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ID Julv 13,1975 Sunday Gatet te-Mmii f · ' _ _ _^*A*r ·.atvut APM V*ojol£-~------ i Major League , /'· v v .,,, . " ' "K Bos'cn By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cwnplttt torwfr 9»m»s * Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R HHRRBIPct 2883 443 783 80 422 .272 2999 416 794 75 386 .2e5 2890382 York 756 66 361 .262 2340 318 741 45 320 .2ol \anYas City 2?2S 3S7 759 67 3t6 25? Texas 309o 396 794 82 379 .25* CaKianc 2840 390 726 75 360 .256 Cai.torn.a 2975 350 753 27 317 .253 Detroit 2534 337 713 74 321 .252 rvuwauXee 2811376 704 72348.251 Cleveland 2835346 702 81322.248 Bandore 2810 332 o9l 66 309 .246 INDIVIDUAL BATTING ISO or mart at tuts AB R H HR RBI Pet Carew Min Lynn Bos Hargrove Te* Munson NY C Washingtn vcRae KC Hisle Min E Maddon NY vastr:emski Orta Chi Lnaik Cal Singleton Bal CnambliSi NY Dent Cni G Brett KC R While NY C May Chi Sraun Min Ek'msry Ba! Yount Mil Aohltord KC Manton Cal LeFlore Det Netties NY Oliva Min Rice Bos Powell Cie Remy Cal Manning Cle Ruai Oak P Kelly Chi G.Scott Mil Karrah Tex Henorick Cle Morton Det Briggs Min Burleson Bos C.Rojas KC Tenace Oak Carbo Bos Freehan Det D.Ford Min L. Roberts Det Ranoie Tex Brye Min Spencer Tex Carty Cle Bochte Cal Meyer Det North Oak Baylor Bal Sutherland C Rivers Cal Carnpaneris Thompson rv 1 T.Davis Bal Tovar Tex Money Mil Lezcano Mil Soderholm Mi Henderson Harper Cal Griffin Bos R.Jackson DeJohnson Grich Bal Mayberry KC B.Williams Healy KC L.May Bal Otis KC Downing Chi Darwin Mil Bonds NY Bel anger Bal Garner Oak M.Netties C Aaron Mil Petrocelli B Sharp Mil Lowenstein EIRdrguez Cal Melton Chi A.Rodriguez Veryzer Det B.Bell Cle Lahoud Cal Duffy Cle Burroughs Evans Bos Patek KC Gamble Cle P.Garcia M Howell Tex Pinson KC Sundberg T Smalley Te Blair Bal J.Ellis Cle Porter Mil Killebrew I Bando Oak Borgmann B.Robinson . Duncan Be . Alomar NY Spikes Cle . Mason NY Oak Bos t '61 Oak in \m :hi )ak :hi C Oak li )l al 'OS Cle Cal Det t Tex e Ail rex 2X KC Min Bal al Y 296 54 1 10 10 45 .372 276 59 94 16 67 .341 271 48 92 3 29 .339 315 46 102 6 54 .324 328 51 104 8 46 .317 328 42 103 4 53 .314 220 34 69 11 44 .314 218 36 67 1 23 .307 299 55 90 10 36 .301 297 41 89 4 47 .300 291 34 87 0 35 .299 298 47 89 8 24 .299 287 35 85 6 42 .296 308 30 91 1 27 .295 342 47 101 6 41 .295 265 50 78 7 31 .294 290 31 85 6 42 .293 239 29 70 7 27 .293 226 29 66 1 19 .292 286 37 83 4 29 .290 211 32 61 0 18 .289 208 39 60 9 43 .288 338 50 97 7 26 .287 307 43 88 14 55 .287 220 29 63 9 35 .286 304 48 87 13 59 .286 228 30 65 15 44 .285 318 48 90 1 23 .283 184 28 52 1 17 .283 323 46 91 11 49 .282 245 39 69 4 19 .282 320 43 90 16 58 .281 271 41 76 10 45 .280 329 51 92 16 52 .280 323 32 90 16 62 .279 163 28 45 8 26 .276 327 42 90 3 36 .275 240 21 66 1 21 .275 251 38 69 14 48 .275 213 44 58 14 41 .272 217 24 59 8 28 .272 199 38 54 11 34 .271 251 35 68 7 26 .271 347 40 94 3 42 .271 196 32 53 6 29 .270 222 26 60 8 31 .270 153 18 41 5 22 .268 229 24 61 1 29 .266 282 38 75 5 31 .266 290 42 77 0 18 .266 260 30 69 14 39 .265 291 37 77 3 26 .265 341 42 90 1 32 .264 304 43 80 3 27 .263 195 15 51 2 17 .262 223 18 58 1 27 .260 349 40 90 3 25 .258 210 29 54 5 20 .257 292 43 75 6 29 .257 281 40 72 4. 31 .256 295 39 75 4 30 .254 233 28 59 3 29 .253 208 19 52 1 19 .250 309 47 77 18 51 .249 273 32 68 12 42 .249 270 41 67 7 22 .248 291 47 72 17 49 .247 279 32 69 11 38 .247 167 17 41 2 16 .246 315 37 77 12 58 .244 225 40 55 5 22 .244 236 32 57 5 24 .242 235 37 56 10 28 .238 269 45 64 20 47 .238 224 16 53 1 11 .237 250 22 59 4 28 .236 239 40 56 0 18 .234 269 29 63 9 36 .234 205 20 48 4 32 .234 205 18 48 0 20 .234 150 21 35 6 19 .233 159 13 37 3 17 .233 271 31 63 7 35 .232 251 23 58 8 30 .231 204 20 47 2 23 .230 289 33 66 8 30 .228 162 17 37 6 31 .228 263 26 60 1 26 .228 330 49 75 18 50 .227 216 35 49 8 30 .227 243 34 55 3 26 .226 169 23 38 4 14 .225 228 29 51 3 30 .224 170 20 38 3 22 .224 184 25 41 3 12 .223 265 31 59 6 28 .223 173 18 38 3 25 .220 228 24 50 2 13 .219 214 13 46 5 23 .215 215 33 46 7 30 .214 204 15 43 10 33 .211 291 27 61 6 36 .210 234 25 49 1 20 .209 273 30 55 3 26 .201 179 19 36 7 29 .201 214 13 43 0 11 .201 205 22 40 4 13 .195 170 13 27 2 13 .159 Gossage Chi Palmer Bal Figueroa Cal Eckersley Cle Buskey Cle Busby KC Kaat Chi Hunter NY Burgrneier Min Lyle NY Hargan Tex Fingers Oak Blue Oak Tanana Cal Holtzman Oak DAIexander Bal Ryan Cal Pattin KC Raich Cle Ruhle Det. R.May NY M.Torrez Bal Umbarger Tex M.Lolich Det Bird KC Blyleven Min P.DobSon NY Goltz Min Bosman Oak \ Hands Tex ,Grimsley Bal Fiizmorris KC ^Medich NY B.Lee Bos Osteen Chi Leonard KC riant Bos Cuel'ar Bal 3are Det Jenkins Tex Splittorff KC Perry Tex T.Walker Det LaGrow Det Singer Cal J.Hughes Min Briles KC Colborn Mil Wise Bos Wood Chi Sprague Mil Corbin Min Brobera Mil Bibby 'Cle Hood Cle Siaton Mi : Champion Mil j. Perry Oak Hassler Cal Cleveland Bos Bahnsen Oak Coieman Det Peierson Cie PITCHING 7 or more decisions IP HBB SOW L E R A 79 58 44 73 4 6 1.92 168 130 40 102 13 5 2.08 110 86 39 66 7 5 2.29 83 60 37 71 5 2 2.47 57 53 21 23 4 3 2.50 170144 5210611 7 2.64 157157 40 81 13 5 2.69 175128 48 7912 8 2.82 47 42 15 25 4 5 2.87 40 38 20 32 2 5 2.93 109102 34 55 6 4 Young Tigers All Agree: 4 Houk Best I Ever Played For' International Averages NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING A* R M HR R»l Pel Cincinnati 3051 455 832 79 426 .273 Pittsburgh 2965 385 Philadelphia 2965 379 St. Louis 2820 331 Chicago 3011385 New York 2807 321 Houston 3019 361 SanFrancisco 2394 333 Atlanta 2868311 Los Angeles 2953 356 Montreal 2673 274 San Diego 2953 290 796 77 364 .269 794 70 353 .268 746 43 317 .265 789 51 347 .262 705 49 295 .251 754 42 327 .250 41 305 .250 58 283 .243 65 330 .243 44 248 .243 36 269 .242 723 698 718 649 714 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 150 «· inert it ball AB R H HR RBI Pet Johnstone Phi Biittner Mil MadlocK Chi Morgan Cin Sanguillen Pqh T.Simmons S1L Kranepool NY D.Parker Pgh Cash Phi Watson Htn Joshua SF Brock StL Oarvey LA Bowa Phi Griffey Cin Rose Cin Sfargell Pgh Luzinski Phi Thornton Chi Murcer SF Grubb SD R.Smith StL Cardenai Chi Unser NY Bench Cin JeMorales Chi A.Oliver Pgh G.Foster Cin Gross Htn Carter Mil DaKader SF Geronimo Cin M.Perez All Cabell Htn Grote NY Montanez SF Millan NY Reitz StL Matthews SF Hebner Pgh Wynn LA Winfield SD Speier SF Parrish Mtl Concepcion Cin Blanks All P.Mangual Mtl Staub NY Garr All Fuentes SD Boone Phi Monday Chi McBride StL Zisk Pgh Mackanm Mtl Torre NY Stennett Pgh D.Thomas SF Melendez StL Ivie SD 165 27 58 5 27 .352 154 311 283 11 54 43 109 58 98 272 31 91 289 44 96 169 23 56 43 92 62 120 38 99 37 82 51 97 48 119 32 83 53 75 57 116 41 86 49 100 29 53 52 89 41 88 35 65 47 96 38 86 53 101 34 97 50 100 36 71 38 82 23 75 278 367 306 254 304 373 262 238 371 282 328 175 294 291 216 323 290 343 330 342 245 283 261 150 279 302 207 200 322 340 312 162 274 275 276 310 233 316 280 303 277 361 324 230 283 170 265 163 216 344 279 184 18 43 37 79 33 85 58 44 76 56 75 41 75 35 84 22 63 41 85 33 75 47 81 45 74 40 96 29 86 23 61 50 75 23 45 33 70 22 234 21 13 .351 44 .350 60 .346 32 .335 58 .332 24 .331 50 .331 32 .327 58 .324 20 .323 25 .319 56 .319 18 .317 32 .315 41 .313 53 .305 76 .305 21 .303 51 .303 20 .302 44 .301 33 .297 23 .297 73 .294 55 .294 47 .292 39 .290 23 .290 37 .287 17 .287 27 .283 24 .281 30 .280 22 .280 47 .280 25 .279 37 .279 24 .278 36 .277 44 .273 45 .272 41 .271 21 .270 36 .269 30 .268 32 .267 59 .267 22 .266 27 .265 15 .265 33 .265 16 .265 34 .264 13 .264 18 .264 39 .262 25 .262 19 .261 31 .261 M.Anderson Phi Cey LA Cedeno Htn Kessinger Chi Jorgensen Mtl Trillo Chi T.Perez Cin Ontiveros SF Sizemore StL Tolan SD Phillips NY M.May Htn DoRader Htn R.Metzger Htn W.Crawford LA Lopes LA Correll All R.Allen Phi Lum Atl Yeager LA LaCock Chi Evans Atl Kingman NY McCovey SD Baker Atl J.Cruz Htn Foli Mtl Maddox Phi E.Hernandz SD E.Williams Atl Milner NY Schmidt Phi Thomasson SF Auerbach LA Ferguson LA Buckner LA Taveras Pgh R.Andrews Htn Foote Mtl Kendall SD 194 326 313 337 240 307 276 174 315 313 213 18 229 21 267 26 329 44 199 21 327 63 198 25 186 242 200 175 317 225 18 50 36 84 54 80 46 86 28 61 34 78 42 70 11 44 36 79 31 78 53 56 65 80 197 20 285 39 192 20 304 31 161 269 181 150 303 179 22 158 16 202 15 155 231 178 206 202 18 33 39 66 38 33 42 15 32 22 47 19 36 13 39 7 38 4 12 6 0 7 6 13 1 2 3 1 2 6 2 3 4 9 4 3 4 4 9 15 11 13 3 0 2 0 6 6 15 2 0 5 4 0 0 3 0 21 .258 54 .258 32 .256 28 .255 35 .254 40 .254 54 .254 13 .253 30 .251 28 .249 13 .249 27 .245 27 .243 49 .243 19 .241 23 .239 27 .237 21 .237 16 .236 20 .235 ' 18 .234 36 .233 40 .231 30 .228 34 .228 23 .224 17 .224 16 .224 12 .223 28 .221 21 .220 45 .218 17 .212 11 .209 23 .208 17 .206 12 .203 12 .202 13 .189 19 .188 , DETROIT (AP) -- The accolades come without hesitation. "He's the best I ever played for,"said one. "He's great," said another. And still others said, "He's everything an ideal manager should be." "He's great." "He lets me know where I'm standing." Those are the comments of Tom Very- zer, Dan Meyer, Leon Roberts, Ron LeFlore and Vern Ruble, the young lions of the Detroit Tigers, on Manager Ralph Houk. None were within earshot of the others when they spoke. All seem to be alike in their respect for the only major league manager they have known in their neophyte baseball careers. Those experienced in the game have often said what a fine manager Houk is, especially concerning player respect. The fiesty manager, who faces charges in Baltimore on an allegation he struck a sports writer, has respect from those in the game ' Ideal Manager Said Chicago Manager Chuck Tanner, whose White Sox had just lost a three- game series to the suddenly hot Tigers, "He's one of the best managers in the big leagues. He's the ideal manager for this team. He knows how to work with these young kids." Despite Detroit's last-place spot in the standings in recent weeks, Houk said he has never regretted ending his short retirement from the New York Yankees. He took the Tiger job last season at the behest of Tiger General Manager Jim Campbell, a good friend, singing a three- year contract. Detroit had been giving only one-year contracts to most managers. Houk said he enjoys working with young players. "It's a lot of fun to .see them develop. You get a big kick out of it. There's more teaching by the manager and coaches than if you had an older team." Veryzer, the slick-fielding shortstop who seldom says much, said Houk "is very fair with everybody. He gives you confidence. He seems to show confidence." Sticks With Us Leftfielder Meyer, a smoothswinging hitter with .300 potential, said: "I really appreciate playing for a man like that, especially being a rookie. He's the ideal manager. He's patient. We make mistakes and he never degrades us. He sticks with us." Houk recently made headlines after allegedly slapping a sports writer who angered Houk in a story. The next time the Tigers are in Baltimore, Houk is to appear before a judge on the charges. ."I've never seen him blow his top," Meyer said. "At least, he's never jumped on a player for a mistake--and he sure CHESS '.lnciuS«9 a*l sa«*i tnrousb July 6 e*cec* Rictvroad JuoeZI Rochester at Syracuse Juijr 3 »na Tidewater at Richmond July 5). 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INDIVIDUAL FITCHIING Rochester 2.7749-34 Tidewater 2.8846-35 Memphis 3-0237-46 ChartolM 3.1142-40 PawtucKet 3.3831-51 Syracuse 3.4050-33 Toledo 3.46 36-48 Richmond 3.5437-41 INDIVIDUAL BATTING Ralph Houk Players Respect Him could have because we've made plenty of them." In staccato fashion, rightfielder Roberts listed his reasons for calling Houk the ideal manager. "He's tough when he has to be. He's easy when he has to be. He kids around when he has to. He creates a very relaxed atmosphere. He always seems to have confidence in you. If he has confidence in me I'll have more that I already have and it helps." Eases Transition Houk's presence "has made my transition from the minors to the big leagues 100 per cent better than it could have been," Roberts said. "If I'd have played for a manager who was more demanding--and by demanding I mean too regimented--I'd miss sips and make mental mistakes and then all of a sudden I'd be in a pressure situation." Centerfielder LeFlore, the speedy leadoff batter who isn't a rookie but has the least experience of all the Tigers, echoed other players. "When you make a mistake, mental errors, he understands. He just tells you to hang in there," said LeFlore, who was paroled from Southern Michigan Prison in 1973 to play in the Detroit minor league system. He reached Detroit last August. Houk, 55, a former thirdstring catcher with the Yankees, began his managerial career with Denver of the American Association in 1955. He became Yankee manager in 1961 and in 11 seasons with them won 944 games and lost 806. Him*..... --arf *b r hlb 3b hrrW Yancy. Syr 375 32 6 12 3 1 0 5 Bernhardt, Syr 362105 8 38 7 0 Parker, Syr 343 35 5 RinMpk.au Jit 143 2* Vail, Tid 315257 29 Hodges, Tid 310 168 20 Duncan, Roc 308 195 26 Nolan, Ric 308 211 28 Moore, Ric 307254 31 Hew«,Chi ....3M 34 2 Valentine, Me 303267 45 Rtymlds, Ch«... J03 314 35 Pemberton, Tid 298272 33 Conigliaro, Paw 296 27 3 Armit, Ch* tH 211 31 Stillman Roc 295268 34 Breeden. Mem 292 48 5 Kenney, Syr 290 162 29 Merchant, Paw 289228 18 Fiore, Roc 277 65 10 Reinbach, Roc 277 249 30 Biiior, Roc 277 332 42 Boisclair. Tid 276 275 34 Asselstne, Ric 276261 44 Theodore, Tid 274 157 19 Andrew, Paw 274 72 6 Sanders, Ric 271 214 34 Zeber, Syr 269 208 17 Bladt, Syr 269 245 41 Ott,Ch» 2MM4 33 Stearns, Syr 268 157 19 Cox, Mem 266290 20 SennTid 265 49 7 Ayala, Tid 264 87 14 Hughes. Paw 264258 17 Coletta, Paw 263209 19 Baker, Paw 263285 31 Clark, Tol 262 187 17 Staiger, Tid 262248 27 Matchick, Roc 261138 21 36 Gallaghr, Ric 261188 23 49 Oiggle, Tid 259 170 33 44 Riht, Cha «» 27 1 7 Mortno, Cha 151240 » « Murrell, Ric 258 155 20 40 M»Ch«, Ch» 257274 31 71 Foster, Tid 256 156 19 40 Nahorodny, Tol 251 243 31 Shupe, Syr 250 164 18 41 Santana, Tol 247288 30. 71 Andrews, Tol 247259 22 Vazquez, Paw 247 146 15 Reg Thomas, Tol....245 184 33 Hutfo, Roc 244 213 30 Dejohn, Tid 243222 15 54 9 Tepidino, Ric 243140 14 3 4 1 0 K Garcia, Roc 242252 21 61 7 Harlow, Ric 241 261 40 63 6 Skaggs, Roc 240 25 I 6 1 Fritz, Tol 238 160 21 38 5 Pichardo. Syr 237241 43 57 8 Bannister, Tol 236165 25 39' 5 Kleven, Tid 235 98 15 23 2 White, Mem 235149 16 35 7 Flowers, Paw 234278 29 6 5 1 0 Hickey, Roc 233 102 10 24 Breazeale, Ric 233163 21 38 h2b 12 3 38 7 12 3 M 11 81 II 52 6 60 5 65 10 78 10 11 0 81 12 K li 81 13 8 1 74 14 79 18 14 1 47 4 66 10 18 2 69 10 92 10 76 11 72 15 43 I 20 I 58 9 56 8 66 10 a 11 42 8 77 16 13 1 23 9 61 6 55 8 75 16 49 7 65 12 0 3 5 0 2 0 5 1 2 3 2 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 2 5 3 1 0 0 3 1 6 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 4 0 1 Q 2 1 0 2 61 12 3 4 2 8 2 64 16 2 36 4 0 45 5 3 52 9 1 16 0 13 4 34 6 48 2 18 3 23 5 39 6 39 0 1 5 29 2 21 1 28 1 5 1 44 5 37 2 8 0 11 4 17 1 14 6 34 3 21 2 20 1 13 2 14 I 5 10 50 1 25 7 48 » 37 1 16 5 41 1 4 2 14 4 16 2 22 13 47 2 12 6 39 1 15 1 15 1 7 0 0 5 33 4 11 6 31 2 15 13 35 2 14 6 31 2 20 3 14 4 20 8 25 0 11 1 12 2 20 1 20 0 3 8 21 0 12 ib. i o i 14 3 1 1 0 3 0 9 4 3 0 5 2 0 0 2 0 2 Dilont.Chl 232315 43 73 Hunter, Paw 21 183 13 42 Godby, Paw 288 224 21 51 Monzon, Mem 228267 36 6 1 1 0 Reece, Mem 227220 21 50 7 Schneck, Tol 225209 24 4 7 1 0 Geach, Ric 223 197 IB 44 9 Johnson, Mem 223 179 17 40 Cox, Tol 222 9 2 2 Beall, Ric 221 86 14 19 McGrew, Roc 219 151 14 33 Fuller, Roc 219 270 39 59 Navarrete, Mem... .217 184 19 40 Murphy, Ric 215 79 9 17 Cromartie, Mem 210233 24 49 Creech, Mem 200 25 4 Koritko, Paw 200 40 8 Castle, Syr 199 231 21 3 1 4 2 5 1 2 9 0 0 46 11 5 Nam* «ra *-l Bartlett. Tid 0.00 0-0 Gardner, Syr 0.00 0-0 Montague, Mem 0.943-2 Riley, Mem '.35 i-l Hernandez. Tol 1.50 1-1 Torrealba. Ric 1.64 5-4 Albin, Mem 1.77 3-1 Martinez, Syr 2.05 8-2 Sawyer, Syr 2.12 9-5 Contreras. Tid 2.15 1-3 Jon*j,Cha 2.1711-5 Holdsworth, Roc....2.23 1-5 sekei. Roc 2.20 1-4 Jimtnri, Cha 2J* 4-2 Pirtle, Syr 2.45 4-1 Flanagan, Roc 2.48 5-3 Molush, Tol 2.53 2-2 Manz, Roc 257 3-1 Laxton, Tid 2.57 4-1 Wegener, Tid 2.61 4-1 Atkinson, Mem 2.67 1-1 Willis, Roc 2.71 8-5 Swan, Tid 28010-5 Diorio, Mem 2.84 1-1 Newhauser, Paw....2.85 1-4 Kiser, Tol 2.92 0-2 Sadowiki, Cha 2.M 64 Barr, Paw 2.95 4-3 Bernard, Tid 2.98'7-6 Kreuger, Paw 3.02 6-9 Hanna, Ric 3.18 8-5 Bair, Cha 3.24 5-1 Lang, Mem 3.25 3-8 Kirkpatrick, Mem..3.30 6-5 Guidry, Syr 3.35 6-5 Devine, Ric 338 5-3 Freeman, Roc 3.43 2-6 Wright, Paw 3.49 0-3 Gebhard, Mem 3.51 3-3 Kouns, Paw 3.60 3-1 Hernaiz, Tol 3.61 3-4 Thomas, Tol 3.71 4-8 Steia Roc 3.86 4-1 Kammeyer, Syr 3.90 6-7 Ruthven, Tol 3.907-10 Keener, Mem 3.92 3-2 Paul, Tol 4.01 2-3 Ricks, Syr 4.07 6-2 Aase, Paw 4.174-10 Lacorte, Ric 4.27 5-4 Sterling, Tid 4.28 5-7 Morlin, Cha 4.3? 24 Figueroa, Ric. 4.42 5-6 Spencer, Paw 4.50 1-0 Hill, Tol 4.85 5-6 Johnson, Roc 5.40 2-1 Kelley, Ric 5.63 0-5 Caikty, Cha 5.73 0-1 Andtrson, Cha t.07 M Cheadle, Syr 6.07 1-4 Demons, Paw 6.09 0-3 Johnson, Syr 6.35 2-1 Stephnson, Ric 9.00 0-0 Ltshnock, Cha 11.57 0-0 » 1 0 5 4 48 31 6 2 18 14 7659 4037 0 11091 0 12386 0 37 29 0 12413 0 48 31 3529 n H 58 49 98 83 21 15 28 26 «rkb 0 0 1 0 0 2 6 5 13 ! 1 5 4 3 1 20 W 31 12 8 7 39 25 35 32 29 29 10 9 26 35 39 50 14 12 U 15 9 12 M If M 22 16 21 32 27 32 8 6 9 8 8 6 0 49 35 14 14 23 15 14 29 20 16 23 47 32 33 89 35 25 10 4 5 14 13 23 9 8 8 34 » 41 21 20 28 33 29 49 45 40 35 38 30 46 V 35 3t 99 83 41 36 49 95111 42 35 9 51 39 23 19 31 80 85 35 30 24 65 60 42 25 53 0 28 24 13 11 12 3 41 38 17 16 12 18 18 23 35 25 23 57 46 47 25 19 30 48 42 23 65 49 59 22 17 7 26 23 I 49 41 44 56 51 46 35 34 38 57 48 35 31 17 II 41 38 38 3 3 2 42 42 33 27 21 18 27 25 21 a 11 it 48 40 3 5448 1 10698 0 112145 0 12 12 4 41 33 0 2428 0 UM 2 61 56 0 87 61 1 119120 0 8 5 6 7 0 »7 0 1 9 0 0 4 5 4 5 62 68 0 111102 0 44 40 0 97111 0 113112 0 39 42 0 51 61 0 9094 0 110103 0 71 65 0 101102 0 55 47 77 87 6 5 78 86 3 5 4 2 40 48 33 35 2934 43 52 34 40 3 4 4 0 3 2 4 I 0 2 25 4 16 63 13 5 64 30 7 43 26 33 43 30 20 13 46 25 38 52 77 9 47 17 S3 33 35 82 67 M 53 49 25 45 52 17 27 21 37 15 27 31 84 18 35 59 81 59 35 31 35 4 40 34 23 11 23 20 II IS 30 29 30 36 27 23 18 24 24 24 11 25 3 3 2 1 t i 0 3 Sinnrino, Chi 191 « 5 1» Aviles, Paw 195 133 10 26 Belloir, Ric 193 57 9 11 Down, Mem 190189 15 36 Auguitint, Cha 1M 101 5 11 Coleman, Paw 177 164 21 29 Kotgcl, Cha 177 62 5 11 Erickson, Paw 172 58 8 10 Deidel, Syr 171 222 15 38 Dancy, Tol 169 83 10 14 Kinard, Mem 150 140 8 21 Rogodzinski, Tol Ill 9 0 1 4 21 2 14 0 0 1 8 2 15 15 41 1 11 3 18 3 20 0 0 2 2 1-30 1 II 0 7 0 4 1 12 0 2 7 0 4 0 4 0 4 1 1 3 1 2 0 3 2 15 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE PITCHING LEADERS ERA 1.64 Torrealba, Richmond; Wins 11 Jones, Charleston; Losses 10 Aase, Pawtucket; Saves 13 Torrealba, Richmond; CompleteGames 10Jones, Charleston; Shutouts 3 Sawyer Syracuse and Sadowski, Charleston; Innings piched 124 1/3 Jones, Charleston; Walks 59 Ruthven, Syracuse; Strikeouts 84 Ruthven, Syracuse. Table Tennis Event Tuesday The Kanawha Valley Table Tennis Club's weekly summer activity will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday instead of its regular Monday night time. Future activities will be held on Monday, however, club president Norman Kilpatrick announced. All play is held at the North Charleston Community Center. Last week's play saw Bruce Sprgman of Charleston win the night's trophy from Jim Shea, of South Charleston. Sorgman's offensive play hit through the defense work of Shea, and made up a nine-point handicap, for a 16-21,21-18,21-19 win. Shea had defeated David Albright and Norman Kilpatrick to reach the finals while Sorgman stopped last week's winner, Joe Farley, in early round play. OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUNDAY 1-7 SUN.,MON.,TUES., LA 3.04 70 50 17 59 5 4 3.06 165140 54 12012 7 3.10 119112 41 137 7 5 3.10 153127 69 74 10 7 3.11 69 69 23 21 3 .5 3.25 143105 97 138 10 8 3.26 102 98 24 47 7 5 3.26 62 60 16 21 5 3 3.30 111 112 37 42 8 5 3.32 109 91 62 82 7 6 3.36 144 137 74 6510 5 3.38 63 62 j-i "20 4 4 3.39 128 141 40 73 10 6 3.43 49 47 20 34 6 3 3.44 127 110 44 110 7 4 3.46 139135 59 77 9 8 3.50 133128 29 62 7 6 3.52 53 54 11 16 6 1 3.54 85 87 22 49 5 5 3.80 125132 25 57 5 10 3.88 125129 33 41 ' 9 - 5 3.S8 147139 39 79 7 1 1 3.9) 156 158 46 42 10 6 3.92 120 130 53 40 5 6 3.96 99 102 49 67 5 4 3.97 150151 Jl 84 11 8 4.02 U3 128 52 52 7 6 .4.03 70 76 25 35 4 5 4.11 150 152 31 87 10 9 4.12 64 71 32 41 2 6 4.20 170 185 50115 7 1 4 4.33 76 73 23 39 3 6 4.34 94 102 35 43 5 8 4.40 128 111 51 67 6 9 4.43 111 102 63 57 7 7 4.43 72 76 14 45 4 4 4.46 91 93 29 34 4 7 4.52 139 143 40 78 10 6 4.52 149 187 44 64 6 13 4.58 63 75 35 19 1 6 4.69 78 87 30 45 5 6 4.73 115124 51 48 9 8 4.76 101 105 « 53 3 9 4.80 65 54 30 25 2 5 4.98 113138 53 70 7 8 5.00 99 106 48 34 6 5 5.09 73 77 34 31 4 7 5.15 9E 110 34 63 3 9 5.29 86 97 31 39 6 6 5.34 88 97 50 46 5 8 5.58 109 12E 52 71 5 1 2 5.91 57 64 21 23 4 7 5.93 Seaver NY RJones SD Gullett Cin Messersmith' Reuss Pgh Sutton LA Brett Pgh Lavelle SF McGraw Phi P.Niekro Atl Barr SF R.Forsch StL Rogers Mtl Nolan Cin C.Carroll Cin Marshall LA Blair Mtl S.Stone Chi Underwood Phi Montefusco SF · Hernandez Pgh Fryman Mtl Lonborg Phi Rooker Pgh Denny StL Ellis Pgh Darcy Cin Mclntosh SD K.Forsch Htn Kison Pgh Rau LA Matlack NY Reuschel Chi Carlton Phi Burris Chi Morton Atl ' Tate NY Koosman NY McGlothen StL Reed StL Folkers SD Falcone SF DaRoberts Htn Billingham , Cin Freisleben SD Curtis SIL Dierker Htn Kirby Cin Spillner SD Garber Phi Capra Atl Richard Htn Bonham Chi Konieczy Htn Zahn Chi Halicki SF Norman Cin Twitchell Phi Caldv/eil SF Rcnko Mtl Gibson StL McNally Mtl HOOtOn LA Griffin Htn Frailing Chi Knowles Chi PITCHING 7 or more decisions IP HBB SOW L E R A 156115 42 12913 4- 1.78 145118 23 50 11 5 1.99 112 88 31 72 9 3 2.09 184 142 51 124 12 6 2.10 129115 47 7510 6 2.23 170 132 34 120 13 8 2.33 61 52 22 26 5 2 2.51 53 51 22 33 4 3 2.55 56 33 22 24 5 4 2.56 147140 32 84 8 7 2.57 117100 32 42 6 7 2.62 133 118 42 68 8 7 2.69 116 97 41 55 5 7 2.79 127108 16 48 8 5 2.82 53 53 20 26 5 4 2.89 58 48 24 36 3 5 2.91 101 79 69 47 6 9 3.01 Christiansen Takes Third Straight U.S. Junior Title 102 94 31 61 122110 42 64 9 6 112103 42 88 6 4 37 41 18 23 5 2 99 89 38 66 137123 35 66 108 102 49 55 59 67 17 27 91 98 26 51 6 53 61 29 25 4 107114 29 40 3 3.08 3.09 3.12 3.13 6 6 3.17 7 6 3.27 7 4 3.31 3.34 3.35 3.35 4 3 5 5 7 8' 3.36 76 80 21 42 2 6 3.43 111 92 49 57 8 4 3.49 149 128 33 83 8 7 3.50 132 138 41 91 10 7 3.54 130 127 38 98 510 3.60 128 110 54 82 7 7 3.66 131 136 43 69 8 6 3.70 142 151 42 34 9 9 3.72 81 72 47 50 3 8 3.75 126 125 55 85 8 6 3.79 128 124 49 88 10 6 3.80 131 161 26 74 9 8 3.83 75 86 19 49 3 7 3.84 98 84 52 63 7 6 3.86 123105 49 63 510 3.86 118113 44 43 10 3 3.89 108119 53 46 3 9 3.89 89 93 34 38 5 7 3.91 127122 57 80 8 9 4.03 64 63 25 30 7 3 4.04 95107 30 57 3 7 4.06 60 60 16 37 7 5 4.18 78 77 28 35 4 7 4.25 97 82 79 91 6 3 4.27 126130 62 93 8 6 4.27 119 128 59 66 4 10 4.29 58 57 25 20 2 5 4.32 71 66 27 64 3 6 4.40 92 84 50 63 5 3 4.47 99 99 58 66 5 9 4.79 112132 23 38 5 8 4.79 77 82 39 48 4 6 4.91 94 108 53 47 2 8 5.13 77 38 36 36 3 6 5.24 38 96 29 54 6 9 5.32 79 89 46 56 3 8 5.33 37 46 17 21 2 5 6.08 47 63 23 28 3 4 7.28 By Edward M. Foy Nineteen-year-old Larry Christiansen (6-1) won the 10th U.S. Junior Chess Championship, recently held in Norristown, Pa., for the third consecutive year. He drew second-place Mark Diesen (5-2) and third-place Jonathan Tisdall (also 5-2) and won his other five games. The winner earned an all-expenses-paid trip to the World Junior Championship in Ponce, Puerto Rico, August 3-24. Another news release regarding the national chess scene, also from -the USCF,. indicates that we were in error about Samuel Reshevsky's and Pal Benko's final standing in the recent U.S. Championship and FIDE Zonal Tournament. Actually, Reshevsky finished with 7-6, tieing Robert Tyrne for fourth place, while Benko finished last with 5-8. We do not always receive the USCF rating list, but we understand that the latest one (games through May) lists Joe Barker at 2039, in the expert class. Congratula- nament will be USCF-rated. Tim Davis will direct. Looking father along the tournament trail: The Southern Chess Administration will hold another tourney in Charleston Heart-0-Town October 4-5. A five-round Swiss in two sections (1600 and above, and 1599 and below and unrated) with a prize fund of $1,000, based on 100 entries. Entry fees: $18 and $12, upper and lower sections, respectively, if paid by September 29; $23 and $17 if paid at the door. Send advance entry fees to Southern Chess Administration, Box 11614, Winston-Salem, N.C., 27106. The Herrt-0-Town Motel, Washington Broad Sts., Charleston, is offering special rates to chess players sharing a double room for this event. Round three results from the Elk River Chess Club Championship tournament: Tim Davis and Jim Fields drew, as did Curtis Drucker and Tom Robertson; Ed Andrews won from Allen Dye and the Charles Szasz-Bill Davis match was post- KANAWHA Cin PHONE 925-9320 KM100 WHITEWALLS 4-PLY POLYESTER CORD SIZES C78xU E7»xM | F78iU Ls!S« * r£s s H7«xU [H7B1S KEG. 30.21 32.21 33.21 35.21 35.21 36.21 36.21 SUE 25,00 27,00 28,00 30.00 32.00 F.E.T. 2.10 2.33 2.47 2.6? !.69 2.84 2.92 KM200 WHITEWALLS 2 FIBERGLASS BELTS +2 POLYESTER CORDS Our fi«g. 29.2? - C78xI3 flat F.E.T. 2.02 E. All Tires Plus F.E.T. Each tions Joe; next step is master -- just 161 poned. Young Davis was attending the points more. " T " " ' ---·"-- *---·--*-»-· TM~-»- The Kanawha Valley Open will be held W.Va. Science Fair. Incidentally, Davis scored 5-1 in the recent State High School at George Washington High School, Sat.- Tourney; his only loss was to state high Sun., Aug. 16-17. A five-round Swiss. 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