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IOC--July 30, 1972 Sunday Gtuette-MaU ». t. ClwrhMton, Ww» Vlrflnli International League Averages Evert Out to Redeem Wimbledon Loss To Goolagong in Bonne Bell Finals Today (Records Include Gimes Plavwl July 25) Chjb ab r h »» hrrM Louisville 3228 427 880 T34 35 « 3W . Toledo 31» 361 814 101 25 5» 3» .» Rotimter 3274 m 830 12» 3» 5» KO A CharUsten 3114 441 7K 1M M M 40* ji Peninsula 3185 270 795 130 IS 74 33* 3. Syracuse 3121 «5 789 134 13 75 3»2 .250 Tidewater SOW 37» 7*5 112 28 37 347 Richmond 289» 341 MS M W » 312 3. Errors, double plays and times shi out: Rochester 83, 71, 7; CHARLESTO », INDIVIDUAL BATTING Playtr and Cluft ab r h Nelson, Lou. 14» 22 52 Thornton, Rich. " Mason, Lou. LaRussa, Rich. Coletta, Lou. Bumbry, Roch. Kopact, Char. Cosgins, Roch. Breeden, Pen. Gallagher, Lou Spatr, Tol. Miranda, Pen. McKlnney, Syr. re, Tide. « 14 22 2 162 19 53 9 228 42 74 « 258 42 82 14 259 46 82 16 3D 47 104 It 253 40 79 14 302 51 n 19 231 22 71 10 135 20 41 9 79 10 24 I 741 19 42 « 350 55 1M 11 3494410310 326 53 96 18 322 37 95 11 371 62 109 22 272 47 W It 282 31 82 2*JbnrMpeL Leshnoek, To. 359*3 10121 10 »4» Jl 268 50 77 IS 0 20 63 .28 115 21 33 5 2 7 27 28 3895811016 9 551 .285 3W 40 88 12 4 0 26 .281 229 39 2 7 4 1 21 .» 307 45 86 16 1 10 46 JBO 319 43 89 16 0 7 42 .27 6 36 27" 5 2 8 ' ' 183 18 48 1392036 _ 354 40 91 10 303 5» 78 II Theodor . Knox, Tol. Bladt, Syr. Brown, Pen. Cooper, Lou. Zisk, Char. Guerrero, Lou. Gonln, Char. Walton, Syr. Repoz, Roch. Cabell, Roch. Baker, Syr. Bushman, Char. Tepedino, Syr. Correll, Lou. ... _ ,. ,, McDonald, Tide, 242 27 67 10 Morales, Tide. 163 17 46 12 Gamble, Tol. 299 26 82 7 Joseph, Char. 202 23 55 7 Evans, Lou. 314 55 85 13 Watts, Roch. 119 10 32 3 Kazmarek, Tide. 108 17 29 4 Molinaro, Tol. 254 24 68 10 Estrada, Roch. 97 13 26 4 Dolinsek, Pen. 131 20 35 8 Sharon, Ch«r. J» 52 ffl 14 Pfeil, Lou. 332 44 88 12 Matchlck, Roch. 321 34 85 15 Robles, Roch, 239 21 63 6 Blessltt, Tol. 266 32 70 S Gosger, TJd«. 336 59 88 13 Leon, Tol. Torchla, Lou. Barnes, Tide. Howe, Char. Harm, Tide. 249 32 64 . Carthel, Pen. 241 23 62 13 Fazio, Roch. 164 14 42 6 Rodriguez, Pen. 290 31 74 13 Didler, Rich. 225 20 57 6 Tavtras, Char. 32* 44 83 13 Grayson, Syr. 123 13 31 S Aaron, Rich. 260 26 65 12 Fuller, Rich. 68 7 17 1 Sarry, Rich. 242 34 60 5 Johnson, Roch. 133 IS 33 3 Walseth, Rich. 41 S10 1 Mangual, Pen. 370 52 89 M Murphy, Rich. 220 26 53 10 Brown, Tide. 87 5 21 4 Collins, Tol. 229 25 55 7 Pena, Tol. 204 28 49 10 Parrilla, Roch. Ml 17 38 4 Pichardo, Tide. 72 10 17 1 Sands, Char. 115 21 27 4 Cotton, Tide. 107 10 25 4 Erhertdse, Tide. 227 25 53 9 Hosley, Tol. 321 46 74 6 Scrivener, Tol. 131 15 30 1 Alcaraz, Rich. 184 27 42 8 Eckenrode, Roch. 22 4 5 0 Hacker, Pen. 208 24 47 2 Frazler, Syr. 291 41 65 8 Damaska, ePn. 9 2 2 1 Pacheco, Syr. 82 R 18 S Kennedy, Roch. 288 27 63 13 Foster, Rich. 238 28 52 4 Hunter, Lou. 292 30 63 12 Pactwa, Syr. 176 34 38 7 Fltzma'ce, Rich. 238 31 51 Hermoso, Pen. Howard, Char. Brooks, Tol. Kelly, Rich. Brand, Pen. Reid, Syr. Zabala, Pert. Fernandez, Syr. . 9 .349 0 818 4; 2 1 32 JJ 2 524 .325 1 4 35 .31 7 3 ; i i S 526 .31 1 18 53 .308 1 3 2 4 JOT 0 1 17 .304 0 0 10 .304 0 828 .298 7 5 60 .297 Frondorf, Syr. Dlltnun, Tide, Pct«, Lou. Mwnuson, Syr. Reed, Pen. Crilll, Tol. Nagy, Lou. Splcer, Tol. Freeman, Rich. Lobb, Rich. Ttkulvt, Char. Sullivan, Pen. Kester, Rich. Beard, Rich. Ronlff, Syr. NUion, Chir. 0 2 By Wil Grimsley CLEVELAND (AP) - It's he pony-tailed robot against the relaxed, unpredictable girl ,,.,,,, from the Outback today when 3.94J Chris Evert and Evonne 3oola- ng square off in their cele- 3.88 3.88 3.97 4.00 4.08 4.13 4.17 4.28 4.33 Perkins, Tide. Wegener, Pen. Houur, Char. Brlrfon, Pen. Moor*, Chtr. lassco, Pen. Strampe, Tol. D'Brleo, Roch. *oser», Pen. Ltmb, Chir. larman, Lou. Moret, Lou. Snyder, Lou. Blousse, Tol. Ckwter, yr. 0 0 4 2 10 1 2 2 It 1 1 2 14 2 0 6 13 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 7 0 4 1 6 2 0 3 9 2 0 2 1 0 5 2 11 1 6 6 13 2 0 3 1 J 2 1 15 1 2 4 3 0 0 2 4.55 4.51 4.62 4.M 4.63 4.68 4.69 4.70 4.74 4.75, 4.75: 4.78 The tennis would waited anx-| teeth. The bounce is more con- brated rematch Bell international tennis competition. Opinion is that Miss Evert, the 17-year-old wonder from Fort Lauuerdale, iously for the first meeting of these two fresh, new sensations of the racquet sport and gol their wish on the center coun at Wimbledon earlier this month when Miss Goolagong, ' Bonne the defending titleholder, rallied from one set down and 0-3 in the second to beat Chris 4-6, 6-3, 64. will redeem her loss in the Wimbledon semifinal to the brilliant Australian aborigine and pull even in their personal rivalry. Their match on the composition green surface of the Harold T. Clark courts climaxes the inaugural Bonne Bell Cup series between the top players in the United States land Australia. 'Let One Get Away' "I let that one get away; Miss Evert said. "But Evonne played beautifully to pull it out. The conditions will be different Both of us will be more relaxed. The pressure is now off. And we will be playing on a different surface." The rubberized surface here is halfway between the slowness of clay, Chris's favorite, and speed 207 18 44 m 28 41 205 31 43 200 19 42 127 19 26 184 19 37 107 4 21 108 13 21 0 0 3 3 3 2 1 1 4.220 2 3 22 .21 1 1 14 .21 1 4 42 .21 0 10 23 .21 2 It 43 .21 1 1 13 .21 2 Ht .11 2 7 18 .21 0 2 22 .21 0 1 11 .20 2 1 1» .20 7 0 1 9 .196 5 0 2 12 .193 2 1 16 .193 2 1 1 6 .191 S 2 0 17 .188 4 0 3 7 At, * 0 « t.177 4 0 0 10 .16 1 0 1 » .1« o o o o .1 0 0 0 4 .129 o o o o .on SU'r^ffi . , Runs: Gossln, Charleston, 63; Cooper Louisville, 62; Gosger, TtdewaterTs? n, 58; Cabell, Rochester Velazquez, Rich. 109 8 21 Cann. Rich. 115 3 22 Kennedy, Tide. 240 19 45 Coulter, Tide 99 11 18 Booker, Chir. 153 127 Maduro, Syr. 109 8 18 Kolb, Char. M 10 14 Sanders, Tol. 7 0 1 Bryant, Lou. 31 2 4 Fore, Tol. 11 0 1 Leaders: , Howe, Charleston, Hrs: Cabell, Rochester, 110; Cooptr Louisville,. 109; Kopacz, Charleston, 104 Theodore, Tidewater, 104; Goggln Total bases-^Breeden, Peninsula, 168 Cooper, Louisville, 168; Goagin, Charles Ion, 165; Guerrero, Louisville, 165; Cab ell, Rochester, 157. Doubles--Cooper, Louisville, 22; Gog gin, Charleston, 21; Kopacz, Charleston 19; Breeden, Peninsula, 19; Howe Charleston, 18; Bladt, Syracuse 18. Triples--Gosgln, Charleston, 10; Cooper, Louisville, 8; Cabell, Rochester 8; Bumbry, Rochester, 7; Theodore, Tidel; va "r r ',,, 7; Garnb 'e, Toledo, 7; Evans, Louisville, 7; Barnes*, Tidewater 7. Homers-Walton, Syracuse, 20; Hcnlsy, Toledo, 19; Breeden, Peninsula; 18; Zisk, Charleston, 16; Rodrlquez, Peninsula, 13; Sharon, Charleston, 12; Howe, Charleston, 'Runs batted In--Walton, Syracuse, 63; Theodore, Tidewater, 60; Zisk, Charles- S n i. i ; Br S eden ' Peninsula, 53; Cabel, Rochester, 51; Evans, Louisville, 51. Stolen bases--Mansual, Peninsula, 28; Bushman, Tidewater, 13; Sharon, Charleston, 12; Bumbry, Rochester, 11; Tepedino, Syracuse, 10. ^^ ,-k plt i . 9 100 or more Innings): Garber, Charleston, 1.74; McKee, Charleston, 2.27, ; 7*7 r ^ Tl ! d( T' at f ·?.·**: LaGrow, Toledo, 2.67; Skok, Louisville, 2.89. Pitcher and Club Pena, Roch. Niekro, Tol. Reynolds, Roch. House, Rich. Gllbreth, Tol. Garber, Char. Bauer, Tide. Neal, Lou. Colpaert, Char. McKee, Char. Whlllock, Tol. O'Riley, Rich. vealc, Char. Parker, Tide. Jefferson, Roch. Jaster, Rich. Konce. Pen. LaGrow, Tol Capra, Tide. Gourieux, Rich. Robertson, Rich. Strom, Tide Poor, Tol. Skok, Lou Taylor, Tide. Moore, Tide. Miller, Roch. DiLauro, Pen. Wilshusen, Roch. Pirtle, Syr. Sheppard, Pen. Hambright, Syr. Klimkowskl, Syr. Montague, Pen. Hood, Roch. Dettore, Char. Lohfink,' Lou. Glass, Tide. Kirkpfk, Roch. Raziano, Tide. Dillon, Rich. Manz, Roch. Hinton, Syr. Pazik, Syr. Garland, Roch. Pitching ss eg sv w 0 0 0 . 2 2 0 2 2 1 6 7 0 0 IS 3 0 0 10 4 12 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 14 10 17 S 0 7 0 0 7 5 10 0 0 4 5 1 1 1 10 10 o 10 9 3 0 3 1 0 7 7 0 0 14 8 15 2 1 7 3 1 0 0 13 2 0 6 20 5 0 6 18 5 0 8 19 10 0 14 0 0 5 2 13 5 1 7 0 0 6 S 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 4 8 3 2 3 7 2 0 3 0 0 3 4 13 2 0 5 I bbM tr* 0.00 064 - 0 2 4 5 5 0 7 1 20 . . . - 0 6 17 4 0 7 0 0 0 2 10 2 4 4 19 9 0 9 18 5 0 7 14 2 0 3 6 0 4 3 7 2 0 2 19 5 0 . 18 4 0 5 0 0 3 0 3 11 .,,, 3 30 81 1.11 7 13 36 1.57 1 31 50 1.62 2 25 76 1.74 0 6 7 1.80 1 19 25 1.85 5 23 M J.J5 3 51 102 2.27 2 20 34 2.36 4 27 38 2.37 2 20 28 2.38 8 48 78 2.44 1 32 35 2.60 1 27 SI 2.62 7 37 42 2.62 5 52 84 2.67 0 11 17 2.74 1 37 38 2.77 6 44 57 2.88 645100 2.96 643120 2.98 542103 28.9 1 6 14 3.00 3 47 45 3.10 4 29 49 3.10 1 12 21 3.10 2 22 74 3.15 4 34 68 3.18 3 30 29 3.20 2 32 37 3.23 5 19 52 3.26 551 108 3.27 73957 3.29 * 38 81 3.33 2 20 23 3.41 3 20 35 3.45 6 36 83 3.52 8 42 92 3.55 7 56 61 3.64 1 25 46 3.65 3 17 37 3.75 6 41 69 3.7B 637102 3.81 Olympic Torch Damages Ground MUNICH, Germany (AP) -The Olympic Torch for the Summer Games here was ignited Friday. Saturday another Olympic Flame burned--damaging the site of the Olympic fencing matches. According to the Munich Fire Department, the blaze apparently was caused by the lighting installation set up in the Munich Fair Grounds hall for the Olympics. The roof of the ball as weH as electrical installations and decorations was damaged by the fire and water damage occurred from fire fighting operations. Olympic Committee President Willi Daume and Secretary General Herbert Kunzel immediately arrived on the! scene and cleanup operations 1 were begun. \ The hall was not part of the central Olympic Stadium complex, where the majority of the events will be held. which Evonne grass, on her baby sistent than grass. Most observers feel the surface will favor Chris, whose game is based on precision anc needleJthreading accuracy. "I agree with Chris that the pressure will be off," said Evonne. "I got a little tired of people always asking nie thought we would come out against each other. Now we've played, we will both be more relaxed.' Relaxation conies easy for the pretty, olive-skinned Australian--perhaps too easy- making her a complete antithesis of her chief rival, a machine-like backcourt killer. The match offers a sharp contrast in styles and personalities. "Sometimes slowly," said I get started Evonne. "And other times I get the lead and fizzle out." Concentration Problem Critics contend that while site possesses all the physical attributes of greatness, Evonne suffers greatly in the depart' how I raent °f concentration "They say I don't have a kill- that 61 ' insticnt," the Australian said. "That's probably true, but I don't know what I can do without. I like tennis, but to me it's not the end of the world." Chris Evert, on the other land, is a serious, grim competitor. Like the fabled Helen Moody, her mask is a constrast mask, her lips tightly clamped. She rarely shows emotion. 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