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The Boston Globe 'Wednesday, April IB, IJft SCOREBOARD NIW Yemc ebrhbl asrhbi 4(11 EMflddsx cf 2211 tw 11 juonnson an a o i i Red Sox, 5-3 - BOSTON Lynn' ef Evfm rf Vrtrmilrl 111 4 A A A Bond rf Ceneligre Oh 4 6 0 6 Plnlella If Petfeceili 3b J 1 1 0 Oliver 10 V.VtTer If Mntjmry c ivrlesan m Griffin 28 -Heise 2 - 4 13 0 Munson c 1 I H GNertles 3b 4 111 Alomar ?t I A 11 f oun ss 4 116 WWIIomt Bh 1 t OAS FStomev si 10 0 Hunter p Ly. p 4 0 0 1 4ee 4 2 o o 4 1 2 0 i Jen 2 0 0 0 I o i o llfl I a A i otto Major league baseball ... National League American League EAST I Hal 44 5 10 5 Total 31 3 S 3 eaten 8A4M! s NW Ytfk WMAOOi 3 E Burleson, Griffin, Heise. DP Boston 7 LOB iasten 16, New York 4. 2B Lynn, Pelrecelll. CtrbO, Evans. SB Gr 36- E.HikiHAH. Munson. StUritfin. Bur. ison, : ir.Nemes. iynn. 7 2-3 I 11-3 1 R Eft BR SO 3 3 2 2 S J i 4 0 t 1 CM (W,l 11 Hunier l2)-Lvla . T-2.67. A-7,773. How the runs wen scored ' FIRST INNINS . Yankee Matioox tnola ta ritht canter. Jehnsen reached an Burleson's rrer, Medeex scoring. Bends f Had ta cantar. Plnieile struck out. Lea picked Jelnson oft first. ONE RUN, ONE HIT,,NONerEFT SECOND INNINS Yankees Oliver aroundee" ta Burle-tin. Munson tripled ta laft ctntar. Nettles tlntlad ta rleht, scerlne, Mun-en. Alemsr fllad ta Lvnn Mason taad ta Yostrzemskl. ONE RUN, TWO HITS, ONE LEFT. . THIRD INNINS VankaM Moddex walked. Johnson eirisiett, Moddax going t third Bends grounded ta short, scoring AAOddox, JeHnsan mevina ta second. Plnlella reached an erirrin's arror, jonnson r. onvr arouneea fin, wh Wooes Pinlelie out, Johnson to Grif-, Oliver taina to thirl was railed out for Interference en Grff fin fly Plniella. ONE RUN, ONE HIT, MIC I PPT FOURTH INNING Rod Sex Petrocelll walkad. Corba tinaled. Montgomery singled, scoring Petrecelli. BuntsOn Bopped out. Griffin Viaeaed single to ritht, ioadlna hoses. Lyr lined to Pintails, scoring. Corbo, Merftfjemerv taking third. Griffin stole aesc-nd. Ivans sinoled to right, scoring Momoeniery and Griffin, Evans taking second On tha throw. Yostnamski wtis walked. Conlalioro fonned. FOUR runs, four hits, two left EIGHTH INNING Red Sex r-rbo doubled, end Millar rdn for him. Montgomery bunted uf foul ti Munson. Burleson sinoied, idorins Miller; Griffin fouled to Mun-Mn Lvle repaced. Hunter. Lynn fanned. (WE RUN, TWO HITS, ONE LEFT. Red Sox averages V"rShhrrHavg BOSTON Milwaukee . . . Detroit Cleveland W L Pet GB .4 2 .667 .4 2 .667 .3 2 .600 V .2 2 .500 1 .2 3 .400 Vfi .1 5 .167 3 WEST W Kansas City 5 Oakland 5 California Chicago 3 Texas 2 Minnesota 2 L 2 2 3 5 4 5 Pet .714 .714 1571 .375 .333 .286 GB 1 2V2 2Ji 3 EAST W Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 3 St Louis 4 Philadelphia . ..3 New York 1 Montreal 1 WEST W San Diego 4 Atlanta 4 Cincinnati 4 Los Angeles 4 Houston .3 San Francisco 3 L Pet GB 1 .800 1 .750 ii 2 .667 3 .500 li 4 .200 3 5 .167 3V2 L Pet GB 2 .667 4 .500 1 4 .500 1 4 .500 1 4 .429 VA 4 .429 l'a BOSTON 5 at New York 3 Texas 6 (13 innings) at Chicago 5 California 7 at Minnesota 3 At Kansas City 4 .Oakland 3 Milwaukee 7 t Baltimore 1 Yesterday's Results New York (ppd, rain) .... at Philadelphia Chicago (postponed, rain). .at Pittsburgh At Los Angeles 3 Cincinnati 1 San Diego 2 at Sn Francisco 1 At Atlanta 6 ; Houston 1 Colleges BASEBALL CeAper Co rbo Griffin Rico Evens Burleson Montgomery YAstrzemskl i Lynn Cbnigliere ftetrocelll Beniduez Mllier Andrew Hake McCarver Blgckwell Tatels 1 I 1 " IS 22 25 1h u 73 24 II 1 C 0 ft 2 1 1 s 2 r 3 4 0 3 2 1 2 0 A 0 0 DraiA Maret Clvlnd Sagui Lea Wise Tieht Rata IP l 12 nil 2 53 4 25 .21 PITtHimy 1 ER BB SO SV, 3 V5V3 13 I 15 II 2 5 W a a i l l e ERA; cm o.oo 1.50 1.59 4.70 5.00 6.00 .00 Tata-Is it 55 2 2 32 4 2 4.35 "Rangers, TEXAS . u. : Ah eh bi I Avar it Lavitta If, WDAvis cf Randla 3b Burtufhs rf . Freeasl lb Ssancer lb Herreh ts sfiav 6-5 CHICAGO Jill Nvman If 3 0 2 1 Halrston If 7 8 10 Dant ss 10 2 0 Bradford rf 4 A A 0 Shara rf 3 110 Malton 3b Today's games and probable pitchers San Diego (Jones 0-0) at san uran- BOSTON (Wise 0-0) at New York (Dobson 0-1), 2 p.m. Texas (Bibby 0-1) at Chicago (Wood 0-2), 2:15 p.m. California (Hassler 1-0) at Minnesota (Blyleven 1-0), 2:15 p.m. Milwaukee (Slaton 1-1) at Baltimore (Cuellar 0-0), 7:30 p.m. Oakland (Abbott 0-0) at Kansas City (Briles 0-0), 8:30 p.m. cisco (D'Acauisto 0-1), 4:05 p.m. Houston (Griffin 0-1) at Atlanta (Capra 1--0), 7:35 p.m. Chicago (Bonham 0-0) at Philadelphia (Twitchell 0-1), 7:35 p.m. Montreal (Fryman 0-0) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 0-0), 7:35 p.m. Cincinnati (Norman 0-1) at Los Angeles (Marichal 0-1), 10:30 p.m. New York (Matlack 0-0) at St. Louis-(Denny 1-0), 8:30 p.m. MONOAT'l XESWLTB Oakland S Kansas City 2 e m... 9 at Ban Francisco 2 At Philadelphia vSSSiXSiiS 2 Chlcaa. 4; Fittsburfh 2 At lis Ariiaiw . Cincinnati i Batting Kurd '! t BU o AO Carew. Minnesota 7 yo ount.. Milwaukee Chalk. California Baylor, BaltimarA . . . Kelly, Chicago . . . . McRa. Kansas City . Audi, Oakland P. Garcia. Milwaukee Rivers, California G. Brett. Kansas City 23 19 22 20 15 28 2ft IX 31 21 R H Pet. 11 .500 4 .474 10 4 S .400 3 .400 11 .393 4 11 .39.1 3 7 .380 6 12 .387 3 10 .317 Morgan. Cincuv.-ati DoJEUder. Houston Hebner. Pittsburgh Morales, Chicago Garvey. Los Angelas Wyit-, Los Asgeles Garr. Atlanta , Swisher, Chicago .. VnsAr, New York . . Boone, Philadelphia Based aa It at Bata U AB 27 IB 17 2ft 30 25 2S n 13 i it 2 3 2 4 5 6 B 2 H Pet. 13 .481 8 .421 7 .412 8 .400 12 .400 10 .400 11 .393 7 .: ? :SS Home Runs Powell, Cleveland Colbert, Detroit 2 2 2 ab r h hi i z 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0, 3 0 0 0 6 0 11 1 1 0 Handersn cf 1 3 0 1 1 0 DJohnson dh 5 2 0 D O U u , dh nil? R chard ar Htrfrave dh 3 0 1 CMay lb Nalsen 2b 1 2 1 Muser lb a i i a cno zo BOOB Downina c 0 00 0 Osteen a A A 0 O Gossoge a ei9 Knot a 0 A 0 0 iooo Sundbera ,e Wfiant . Pevteult a Urn barer a sThomss ii f affitt a f-f lal wonaers WfdteSox 3 111 3 0 0 0 4 I L I 0 1 0 0 0 0 o o o o A 6 A A 53 e 14 o Total 41 5 13 51 1O2OA110 0O0 1 4 la AAA 4AA AM A 5 K h.n n Ty n I CM TfiA 19.: fiinnA s oaHSundhar'fl. Dewnlna, To. vo& soancer, ont. ns-onava ii. at son 2, Horran, iitonaia, jLovirro 4 1-3 A Wright Pajjceu t Umbdrger s. i ni 3:51. A-20,202. 1-3 2 I 1-3 3 2 -3 5 2-3 2-3 Briggs, Milwaukee Yount, Milwaukee Oliva. Minnesota . X. Jacfoon. Oakland Grieve. Texas . . Luzinski. Philartelohia Kingman. New York . . . Stargell, Pittsburgh Evans. Atlanta G. Foster, Cincinnati . . . Buckner. Los Angeles . . Wyn-, Los Angeles Matthews. San Francisco Runs Batted In Colbert, Detroit . . . McRae. Kansas City Hisl. Minnesota L. May. Baltimore Montgomery, Bestea Bochte, California . C. May. Chicago (i Decilen Byan, California G. Perry, Cleveland . . . , Blue. Oakland Champion, Milwaukee Fitzmorrls, Kansas City Let, Bastes Tlaat, Bestoa Brobarg. Milwaukee oiaion, jyiuwauKea C. Johnson, Houston , Wynn, Lo Angeles .. Morales, Chicago .... Evang, Atlanta . . Buckner. Los Angeles Pitching Medlch. New York yecKer. Minnesota . Palmer. Baltimore .vo l.ooo 2-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 1-1 .580 1-1 .500 1-1 1.000 Morton, Atlanta TMerker, Houston , . Seaver, New York . . Garber. Philadelphia Forsch. St, Louis . . Barr. San Francisco g Beelileat) X-0 2-4) 1-1 1-1 1-1 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .SOO homos Mrritt Korean (W,l-o) Osteen CSsage 14,0- i ) t Angels, 73 I VCALIPORNIA MINNESOTA go r ii si un l ii hi 5 1 1 0 Carew 5b 3 6 2 0 5 2 3 J Bostock cf 4 0 7 0 SSfift Hilta It 5000 5 112 Darwin rf 4 t 0 0 5)60 Ollva dh 1100 5 12 2 sodrhoim J6 3 i ? as cf Rkim If tJdfper dh IWehtalb Cholt: 3b -Lehaud-rf f iftdrtez c 2? Irun lb pfiamlrz u Rvdn t MStdft 1 5 4 10 Thompsn ss 4 110 Ferrer ss 0 0 0 0 Borcmon c tOOt Geltz a Campbell Bersmeir P 4 0 10 0 6 0 0 4 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .Tetl 37 7 10 S Total . 29 3 8 3 CAftfarnla 016 100 2037! Minnesota 000 003 000 3 Ryon, aarwin, worflmonn. Dr con farrtiA 4 1 OR Californin 10. Minnesota :b uenouo. Rivers, v-arew, tiKarauez,, BofimAnn, Bochte. Bochte. Jydn tW.3-6) M.Scott . Colli (.0-3) Campbell Beromeier JIBP by Goltz HR LohOud (1). SB! IP H 8 I 1 0 I 9 13 1 7-3 0 (Haroer), R ER BB SO J 3 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 by For scores, please call 333-6600 For final major league results, call 338-6609. These professional sports results will not be given ut on the regular Globe phones. The phone recording system is in operation 24 hours r tlay. Sports events on TV, radio BASEBALL Red Sox vs. New York, Ch. 38, WHDH (850), 2 p.m. : BASKETBALL Houston vs. Celtics, Ch. 4, WBZ (103), 7:30 p.m.; Buffalo vs. Washington, WMEX (1510), 8 p.m. 4 1 2 0 Rvon (Cllvd). Bdik-Qoltz. T 3:03. A-)l,90?. ;i Brewers, 7-1 Braves, 61 Jf-rU7 rf IxillUlllVtB B1ITUIABC V.."" .7 eb r h bi ob r h bi woton if C'AIUccio cf 3 0 0 0 Sinoleton rf 2 0 0 0 rjhnsn lh fieoan oh . 10 0 0 Blair tf .. t 1 1 0 KoR-d.r Aflron on aouo oayicr it 4 d i u p, IMilchell or 0 1 6 0 BRoblnsn 3b 3 0 1 0 r ercnorrn c i o o o Schrmn u..,.v. r t ft ft ftv-iiinin Beienger ss 4 12 1- BReynlds P O 0 o o HOUSTON ab r h bi RAndrws 2b 2 0 0 0 Garr ATLANTA If Richard o easier pn WIT, -1.7,, m i Mt a wn'.kt-.- u n A , ,uoi Dni' icneil iid I v v nnooiiiii oa. o u i w CosarouA n Scett lb 4 6 11 DeClnces 2b 4 0 10 Sblffsta oR Mmiav 3b 4 2 12 Etchbrrn c 1 0 6 0 sJhrmn o porter e Lezcono rf rci 2b Yunt ss Cnmpltn A "rnhii Milwaukee Baltimore fr sayier, 4 2 1 2 Etl 4 0 i f He 4 0 10 Be 4 12 1 Pa 4 111 MPerez 2b 4 0 2 0 Evans 3b 3 0 0 0 Lum 1 h 4 0 0 0 Baker rf 4 0 2 0 Office cf 3 0 10 Corrall c 3 0 10 Blanks ss 1 0 0 0 PNiekro p 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 ab r h bi 3 2 10 3 10 0 2 2 13 4 0 2 0 3 0 13 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 6 0 3 12 0 ABA playoffs QUARTERFINALS Utah vs. Denver W L Pet. Denver 4 2 .687 Utah 2 4 .333 Beaalte Pis. 7 1 1 713 Benver 122 enver 120 . Utah 122 . . . . Utah 132 .. Denver 130 . Denver 115. . ...Utah 107 . . Utah 120 . Denver 108 Denver 110 . . . Utah lift Utah 113 30 1 7 1 Total 3 0 0 0" 22 2 2 Houston Atlanta t fcvans, Cosgrov. 29 t 7 A 100 000 000 1 203 010 OOx uk Houston 34 7 I Total Atlonta 3 LOB Houston 6, Atlanta 4! Til 1 h I na . lMOOfJOOD 5-OoRfldAr. SF-0k. ivier, l wov. M anner, up wi - hrj n m ukae V, Bmmer . LOB-AMIwaukee Cosarove nm, c.oorcio. schermon P.NieKro iw.l-l) HR-J.Cruz ker. IP 4 2 (2), Evans (3) R ER BB SO 5 5 2 7 i i I coo 113 2 T-2 00. A A aaiaMmd.Paa 7 ifc T nijla ' 5 440 t CaliUln RBili-inMflf h.i. w ' 5 1 tT B5 soo . "Sf-bV Richard (Evons) wp cnamnon, paimar. i z:. a a,7. ; CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES Rosa If Moroon 2b icn vKoyais, b- f Oiviiun krAN&ASCITY Benrl ' ; r bo r n ni an r n oi i rerez id ki.rlh rf 5 0 10 Patek 110 0 CncDd nn ks CWhnjtn If 4 6 6 6 Otis cf 3 0 0 1 Geronlmo cf 3 0 nnayoerry to 4 0 u o irirrey rr J v 4 110 vukovich 3b 2 0 4 0 0 0 Loots 9h 2 0 0 0 Buckner If 3 111 Wynn cf 3 0 0 0 Garvey lb 3 0 0 0 Crowforn rf RjAckson rf 4 6 2 0 Mc -ae If Rudi lb 4 12 1 Klllbrew dh 4 0 6 0 Crowley ph 1 6 0 0 Sutton p BWlltomi dh 3 1 0 6 GBrett 3b 4 0 1 1 Klrby o 2 0 6 0 TanecA c. 2)06 CRoldS 2b 3610 Driessdn oh 1000 i I Ferauson Cev 3h Auernacn ss 3 o o 0 2 0 11 ah r h hi 3 12 0 4 0 0 0 4 112 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0! 2 I 0 0 3 0 10 Schools BASEBALL YESTERDAY'S KEIULTI Boston City League Boslindale i . Xast Boston 2 Cape Islaada Leagae Falmouth 4 , . . Somerset 3 Ce An League Newburyport 15 . .Pentuckett 4 Lj-nnfield 6 Amesbury 5 Manchester 4 Triton 2 N. Andoveri 2 N. Reading ( Cttkolie Suburban League Hudson Cath. ... Newton Cath. f SU Mary's (B) 3 St. Columbkille'A 2 Cemmenwealth Canfcrenca Lynn Tech 0 . .Somerville Trade 2 Everett Voke Whittier 2 Merrimack Valley Cenfereace Billerica 3 , .Methuen 3 Dracut Chelmsford 0 Nen-Leagae BC High .... Somerville I Nartaaast Caaferaace Lynn Classical 4 . . . . Marhlehead 8 Winthrop 3 Lynn English 2 Gloucester A Salem 4 Gr. Lawrence ........ Mashoba 0 Saugus 4 Beverly 3 Danvers Swsmpscott 1 South Bhara League Annoneauet 17 . . Sa. Shore Vake S Blue Hills 5 Sacred Heart 4 southeast Beg. o San Antonio vs. Indiana W L Pet. Pts. Indiana . 3 2 .600 S59 San Antonio 2 S .400 546 Keeulta Indiana 132 San Antonio 11 (OT) Indiana 98 . , San Antonio 3 I-ctlsna 113 San AntoniA 103 (OT) San Antonio 110 Indiana 100 Sin Antonio 123 Indiana 117 Wad.. Apr. 10 at. Indiana IP NECESSABT Sat.. Apr. II at San Antonio New York v. St. Louis W T. Pet. . Pis. St. LOUis ... 4 1 .800 541 Nw York ... 1 4 .200 512 BeeuHs New Yark 111 St. T-niifs 105 St. Leuil 1H New York 87 St. Louis lta JNew xorK lua st. lows ioo New xorit an St. Louis 104 New York 107 Kentucky vs. Memphis Kuelek ss Garner 2b neir an o HWhnatn pr Crtrkwtz 2 S 4 9 1 1 Plnsen rf 2 o 1 I fwns n Flniera 1 1 i Undated a BMortinz c SO SaioltA ph Cowans ph 6 O Stlnsen c oooo 0 6 0 6 6 6 0 8 Frtzmrris a 2 4 4 4 Sutton (W,2 ' Taial 3? S 7 3 Total Ana tuit whan winnina run scored Oakland 600 300 000 3 A 31, U ii KaeisaaClty . 10O 666 Ml 4 I . K Narns, Bdnao, kuoi. dp oawona I, Kansas tity l.. lcjb akiara , nan- i Liry . . io oan, rt.jacKaon, Brett HR Rudi (1), Cowens (1). SB U Nonn, M.wasninam. uns. 0 0 2 2 2 2 .Tc?01-. "''I Total 21 3 5 3 0 0 0 0 Cincinnati 000 000 100 1 111? LAnrl. , , 200 004 16x3 !!, LT"S?5 "'Kf"? ' 1-00-.03 Anoel?3 6 0 0 01 2B Cey. 3B Looes. HR-Wynn (3), Bench (1). SB Lopes, s Sutton. IP H ,R ER BB SO Kirby (L,p-I) s 5 3 3 1 8 o. IW.9.01 HBPby Kirby (Farausonl. T 2.05 1 11 1 IP 7 0 .1 1-3 T H R ER BB SO ! 2 0 2 1 i i o 1 6 1 3 4 4 1 I 1 Garner: Warns Lwdblad . Ffjitiers (L,9-2) . rikmrn IW.9.5) . .. CI' A 1 1 i'H :t.. .. Royal Turk y'iM feature at Rock SALEM, N.v. Jturk led all the way last knight to win the $3000 'Hudson Pace feature at Jloekingham Park by half-'length. ,5,: Driven by Merle Hodg-v'h3, Royal Tik pid .$16, . $f.60 and $6, P Double Edge Sword wins at Pimlico BALTIMORE Double Edge Sword, the even-money favorite, came from off the pace to win the $10,000 feature t Pimlico Race Course yesterday," paying $4, $2l80 and $2.60. It was the third winner of the program for Chris McCarron, Pimlico's leading rider, and the second for trainer Dickie Dutrow, who moved one ahead of Grover "Buddy" Delp with 28 victories for the current meeting. Avon 7 Bristol-Plymouth 8 TRACK YESTERDAY'S Weymouth No. 74 . Weymouth So 84 . . King Philip 78 ... Rlndse Teck 76', . Sharon 81 Algonquin 15 Brockton 1 12 . . Foxboro 81 ..... Haverhill 90'A Heading iuz . W. Brldgewater 4 RESULT . . Quincy 70 Newton No. 61 . Manfield 64 .Waltham 68 'A ........ iarnon oo Sorthbrldge 50 Brookllno S3 .... Oliver Ames 5? . Chelsea 40V, wincnesier la Silver Lake 77 Whitman-Hanson 41 GOLF TLSTERDAI'I EF.SULTi Brookline 7'. Brockton 1V Bridgewatar-Itaynham 4 Rockland 4 TENNIS YF.STEKRAT'I RESULTS Brookline O N. Reodin 0 No. Quincv 0 Tnswleh O . . Aaverian 1 , . Rockoort 2 . .stoneham 2 . . . Med ford 1 Waltham S Lynnfleld S Newlon No. S pftntucket S Weston 4 HamiUrm-Wenham 3 BC Hl-h 3 . , Arlington 4 GIRLI Newton No. B No. Quincy 0 TjACROSfll! YEHTERDAY'I RK.SITTS Framlngham So. Newton So. 2 Seedhem 17 .... Weymouth No. 0 urlington 7 Ipswich B SAILING YFRYKsmAva vcaiiiTi Boston Latin 38 Commonwealth 69 SOFTBALL YKITRROAT'B RrlLll.Tg Peaoody. 9 EvereltJ Haverhl'l 4 RemArvlllA 1 CsmbnOfc, Latin 12 . . . Quincy 6 W L Pet. Pts. Kentucky .... 4 1 .BOO 622 Memphis 1 4 .200 462 Bosaus Kentucky ft Kentucky 101 Memphis (0 Memphis 107 Kentucky 83 Kentucky 111 Memphis B Yasteraay'a Remits New Englaaa Northeastern IB Tufts 4 harvard ft ... iWx x Vroviaence 8-8 (INn o-i Holy Cross 10 Brown 1 Oiuass 12 Boston Luuete u ijwwej St. 2-2 ....Salem ai. t-i Franunghajn M. 4 daoson 3 ujU 4- UConn i-. Trinity 12 Wiliims 3 Mass. Bay 12 Dean JC 1 iew Haven a Sacred nebii 1 nnode island Col. 8 . Stoneniil. a Curry 9-2 N.E. Colieee i-i Qujnniplac 7 Bridgeport a LoweU lech 4 AuJ 3 Barrington 12 Bryant 1 . Nazarene 8-7 . . Roger wms. v- .auasoit 4 BU 3 Other Games Michigan 5 . , oowlin Green 4 10 innings 1 New Mexico it. lu-ll . , ... W. New Mexico 8-1 Seattle 1-4 Washington 0- Indiana 10-2 ; - Butler '- No. lUlnoia 13-2 Bradley lz- Lewis 12 Aurora a Rice 8-10 Trinity (Ml Kansas at 1-4 Creighton 4-lu Ohio U. 7 ., Marsnail a ColumDus CoL 3-4 Valdoata eL H Tulana 14 Li'V, J Colgate 8 Union i Vv. Ulinois 2-7 i?."? he,. Florida 12 Rollins 5 ii. KentucKy 5-1 ... . 9hu-ilvriS NW Louisiana 7-2 . . La. Tech 4-d 1-CU 12-4 . ... N.E. Louisiana 1- seton Hall U C-,W-J?0? t ltnac 4 "'rrii. 1 Clemson 10 VivSS ?i i ui.n. 7 Albany !sl. 4 SaSVoustbn 17-12 Lam"H lirigham Young 3 vrti lLi N.KT Loulsuna 1-4 .... -.TCU 1- Tvf iruioaota ....... Winona i- Arkansas 5-i Oral Roberts 1-2 YESTERDAY'S LINESCOKEB Northeastern lo. Tufts 4 at Medtord . Northeastern .218 300 02115 18 2 Turts 200 200 Ouu 4 a 3 jJu Bob Williamson. Gerry Malona (7). Ed Beckler (9) i and Steve Kring. Tuits Mitch Shaw. Jetf Berkman (2). Ed Rodricks t.ti and Eric Haley. WP Williamson. LP Shaw. HrTr . MIT at MIT Harvard 003 312 0009 8 1 MiX 000 002 0002 11 7 Harvard Tom Pura. Jerry Schlimbaum (. and Don Williams. Kevin Carr (6). Bob Murray (9). MIT Dave Yauch. Don proper (41, John Cavolowsky (5). Rick Olson (8) and Dan Sundberg. Dave Wargo (8). HR Don Driscoll (4). WP Pura. LP Yauch. UMass 12 BC O at Chestnut Hill UMass 010 108 11012 13 0 Be (too uoo ouu u a UMASS Craig Alle Orezza. Jim Black and Bob Moore, BC Len Burke, Jim Banahan (t), Mike Devlin (7). Carl Sherry (8) and Paul Santilli and Greg Gailius (7)-Uely Cress 10, Browa 1 at Providence Holy Cross . . 000 302 32010 14 1 Brown 000 000 100 1 7 3 Holy Cross Bornstein and Morton. Brown Bouton. Damiani (6), Johnson (7) and Hand. Massasolt 4. B.li. 8 at Brockton Boston Univ. ...100 100 13 9 2 Massasolt . ... 211 000 x 4 7 1 BU Merrills and Hardy. Massasolt Jay Messina M. Callahan. 5 Tom Slattery (7) and Jay Caron. HR-Caron (m) WP-Messina LP-Merrills. Providence 2, V'NH 6 at Durham, N.H. Prov 000 013 028 11 2 UNH 030 000 30 Id 2 PC Bill Griffin, Dave Meyer (01, Mike Cuddy (6) and Bruce Vleira NH Rich Gale. Buff Young (6), Dana Smith (7), Tom White (a) and Dave Bettencourt. FreTidence 6, UNH 1 Prov. 120 002 1 6 6 1 UNH , 000 000 11 3 7 PC Bob Sheridan and Bruce Viol ra. NH Steve Margetts. John Mullen (7) and Dave Bettencourt. Bhede Iilmna 6, Stsaehill S at N. Easton R.T. CollRia 000 040 001 016 7 2 StonehlU 010 210 010 005 12 2 Rhode Island Col. Warren Razza. Joa Doe (5i. Keven Shana-see (7). Hoot Gibson (9) and Mike Higglns. Stoneniil, Paul Morrison. Gary Childs (9) and Jim Free; WP Gibson. Ld childs. Carry t, N.E. Callage 1 at Milten N.E. Collage 010 000 01 4 4 Curry no 000 02 6 1 ,IC College Mike Morancy Jeff H1V Pnrrv-Ranrfv lenberger and Rich Moran AAruervoerger. Ln Morancy. turry f . N.E. College 1 t at nt N.E. College 0OO 000 11 Curry 024 300 09 N.E. College Earl Berlcy and Beaaley. Curry Norm Hootiine ana chria Sheehan. WP -r- Hopping LP Berley. . FraaalRgham St. 4. Babsoa 3 as rrammrnam Babson 01O 010 010 00 3 3 3 Framlngham 10O 020 000 014 13 1 t f1?.11, stve O'Malley and John polan. FraminKham St. Tim Tolber and Mark Hauchlie. Lewell Tech 4. AIC 8 t ,,, Lowell Lowell Tech . 0OO 300 000 14 7 A AIf ,1 100 011 000 03 7 0 Lewell .Tech Bill Moloney pnd Scot Linden. AIC Mark Murphy. Ken Bouroue (7) and Mike Barry. URI 4, UConn 1 At Storrs. Conn. . , (First Came) Rhode Island 000 130 0004 6 0 Connecticut 0)0 100 0001 4 3 Zabilsk! and Reichler; Biercevicz. ryl0I,(Z tn$ Mooney. W Zabil-ski (2-3): L Biercevicz (1-1). Home Runs - None. UR1 210 040 000 07 11 1 UConn . . 000 020 113 07 11 2 Clark.. Bannon (fl). Mundy C0i f?? ?,,chl?. BjWwin, Anderson (2). L-ke (5). Germ (9) pnd Mooney Duroont (10). . Home Runs Conn. Crowley (2). RI Pullano (1 ). New Htb K. Sacred Heart 1 t Bridgeport, Conn. Sacred Heart 001 000 0001 4 7 U New Haven 000 220 1005 9 1 Sacred Heart Dennis Burke and Joe Rletano. U New Haven Dave Schuler and Don Menswar. Lewell St. 2. Salem St. 0 at Lowell Lowell St 000 110 x 2 Salem St 000 100 0 1 Salem St. Frank Soucey end Joe Nobis. Lowell St. Steve Comeau and Jim Torrisi. Lewell St. t .Balem St. 1 at Lawall Balem 8t nno loo Lowell St 000 110 x 2 Salem St. Joa Whitworth and Joe Nobis. Lowell Rick Harvey and Jim Torris. WP Rick Harvey. LP Joe Whitworth. LACROSSE X ... ... Guard Curley Culp has seea enough of the tribulations of the WFL. He has decided to skip the Southern California Sun and stay on with the Houston Oilers, under a four-year contract, no less. Transactions BASEBALL, CINCINNATI iNLi - Traded pitcher Tom Hall to the New York Mets (r.r pitcher Mac Scarce. KANSAS CITY AL Announced that veteran scout Syd Th't hss resigned CINCINNATI (NLt Activated infielder Dan Driesaen from tha disabled list. BASKETBALL NEW YORK (ABA i - Announced that the Nets' Julius Erv-ine his been named ABA olayer of the year by the Sporting News. COLLEGES ARMY - Named Mike Krzyzew-ski hesd basketball coach. CORNELL Named Steven A. Davis, a former AIC assista-t loot-ball coach, as lootball offensive backfleld coach. OBERLJN Announced that Cass Jackson, who was hired as heid football coach by former athletic director Jack Scott, has resigned. He will become head coach at Morris Brown College. OKLAMOMA Named Dav Bliss as head basketball coach. EASTERN NEW MEXICO Fired Dewey La-gston as athletic director and replaced him with B. B. Lees. CAN1SIUSS Announced that T.rv Fogle has dropped out of achool. FOOTBALL BALTIMORE AFC) Sigmeet quarterback Steve Joaetum of Temple. CHICAGO (NFO Picked sip defensive back Walt Bowser and wide receiver Howard Satterehite on waivers. DALLAS (NFO Announced that Dick Mansperer. Cowboy director of player personnel, has been named to the same position with the new Seattle franchise in the NFL. , DENVER (AFCt Signed wide receiver Johnny Kerr ol Oregon. HOUSTON (AFC) Signed middle guard Curler Culp to a four-year contract. SAN FRANCISCO (NFC) Signed offensive tackle Jeff Hart and wide receiver Wayne Baker. NFL Named Sargent Karen aa executive director ol the NFL Management Council and named Terry Bledsoe as his assistant. PAN AMERICAN GAMES US TEAM Named Vernon Woodward aa head coach of the boxing team and Kathryn Pierce Viien as head coach oi the swimming team. . . .. -SKITNR US TEAM Announced that Craig Windspeyer resigned from tne team to protest . tha firing of nordic program director Jim Bal- fnz. - New England ski conditions ' Reports aa of 2 p.m. yeoterdev LEGEND: NO - Not operating. OPR - Operating. NEW New Snow, LTD - Limited, P0R - Powder, PKO PDR - Packed Powder, FRGR - Frozen Granular, LSGR - Loose Granular, GR - Granular, MM - Machine Made. G - Good. F Fair. E - Excellent, P Poor, SC - Spring Conditions, N - Novice. I - intermediate, t - fcxpert, wblim - winoc-lown. First surface condition equals 70 par-, cant or mora of total surface. MAINE SADDLEBACK PKD POR NE lE EE SQUAW - LSGR SC NE lE EE SUGARLOAF PDR PKD PDR NE lE EE SUNDAY RIVER CORN NE lE EE NEW HAMPSHIRE CANNON MTN PKD PDR SC NG lG EG LOON MTN CORN NE lE EF TENNEY MTN LSGR CORN NF lG EG WATERVILLE VALLEY CORN NE lE EG WHALEBACK SC NE lG EG WILDCAT SC NE lG EG VERMONT BROMLEY GR SC NE lE EE GLEN ELLEN - SC NE lE EE JAYPEAK PKD PDR SC NE lE EE KILLINGTON PKO PDR LSGR NE E EE MAO RIVER PKD POR FRGR NE lE EE MIDDLEBURY GR SC NE lE EE MT SNOW PDR GR NE lE EE PICO PEAK SC NE lE EE ROUNDTOP CORN PKD PDR NE lE EE SMUGGLERS NOTCH SC NE lE EE STOWE - PKD POR FRGR NE lE EE STRATTON GR SC NE lE EE SUGARBUSH SC NE lE EE ffes . Memphis 81 . .Memphis 105 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS BOWDDIN 19 MIT Wamea BC JV 4 :inity 8 .Trl NAHL playoffs SEMIFINALS Johnstown vs. Syr w T.ln.l.n. a Syracuse ........ 3 ateaana fyracuse 4 ohnstown S Johnstown 8 Syracuse 4 Syracuse 6 Johnstown 6 Johnstown B Bingham ton vs. w ..4 . 3 .Basalts Ringhamtbn Long Island. acusat L GP GA 3 ' 28 26 4 26 16 Johnstown 3 .. Syracuse 2 . . Syracuse 3 Johnstown 0 .Johnstown 4 . . Syracuse 3 . . .Syracuse 4 Long Is. L or GA 3 24 22 4 22 24 Binfhamten 1 Long Island 1 Blnghamton 4 tjina Island 2 Binghamton 2 . . Long Island 4 Binghamton 3 Binghamton 3. ... l-on island I Binghamton 4 Long Island 3 (OT) Binghamton 7 . Long Island 3 Due to clrcua commitments at both Johnstown and Binghamton. tha final playoff aeries will not begin until Tuesday. April 22. The schedule has hot yet been announced. Singh sidelined . . . it's not serious NEW YORK Cynthia Phipps's Singh, one of the top Kentucky Derby eligi-bles, will not run in Saturday's Wood Memorial at Aqueduct because of strained ligament, trainer. John Russell said yesterday. However, Russell said he does not feel the injury is too serious and he hopes to have the colt back in training iisAtbout 10 days. Tufts JV 8 Amnerst V Radcliffe 7 Tufts 4 TENNIS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS UMass 8 UNH 3 GOLF YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Salem St. 8 R I. College 0 Coast Guard 4 ...... E. Conn. St. 3 Providence S Bentley 2 Bentley 8 WPl 1 Providence 6 UPI 1 Bryant 4 S.E. Mass. 3 TRACK YESTERDAY'S SUMMARIES Coast Ovard 100, Weslejaa S3 at New Landan Hammer Jeff Gray, (W). 131-7Vi; Javelin Norm Hall (W). 163-0: Shot Put Jim Murray, (CGl. 42.43,; Long Jump Bob Smith (CGl. 19.8: Pole Vault Terrv Dwyer. (CG). 12-0 : 440 Relay Wesleyan. 44.5; Mile John Thaik-er.fCG). 4.23.2: 120 High Hurdles Tom McCool, rCG), 16.9; 440 Cale Weyers. (CG), Sl.9; Trinle JVmp Mike Moore. (CG). 42.11 'A: Discus Scott EVchler. (CG). 134-1: 100 Scott Johnson, (CG), 10.6; High Jump Mike Moore. (CGl. 6-6: B80 Don Ryan, (W). 2.18; 440 Intermediate Hurdles Charles Haeuser, (W). 58.9: 'HQ Scott Johnson. (CG). 23.2: Three Mi'e John Thacker. (CG), 14.59.04: Mile Relay (CG), Jack Lsoke, L-rry Sultze. Cal Woyera. Tom Balrd, 3:30.9. Fogle drops out of Canisius BUFFALO Larry Fogle, the nation's leading collegiate basketball scorer in the 1973-74 season, has dropped out of Canisius College, the school said yesterday. Fogle was declared ineligible by Canisius last month for receiving improper financial assistance. . , Golf PGA earnings 1. Johnny Miller $149,470 2. Jack Nicklaus 149,242 3. Tom Weiskopf m.488 4. Bob Murpfiy 79.720 5. Lee Treyino 75,o83 ti. Hale Irwin 72.402 7. Al Geiberger B6.016 8. Tom Kite '. 64.016 9. Gene Littler 63.944 10. John Mahalley 58.357 11. Gary Groh , 57.170 12. Tom Watson '. 52,445 13. J.- C. Snead 51,984 14. Pat Fitzsimons 49,606 15. Bruce Crampton 49.386 16. Forrest Fezler 47.7K8 17. Larry Ziegler - 45.751 18. Arnold Palmer 42.132 19. Jerry McGee 40.022 20. Lou Graham 39.753 21. Eddie Pearce 39.334 22. Jerry Heard 37,320 23. B. R. McLendon ...... 36.316 24. Charles Coody 2?'53i 25. Bobby Nichols 2.5-766 TOURNAMENTS WON Phoenix Open. Johnny Miller: Dean Martin Tucson Open. Johnny Miller: Bing Crosby Pro-Am. Gene Littler; Hawaiian Open. Gary Groh; Bob Hope Desert. Classic. Johnny. Miller; Andy Williams San Diego Open. J. C. Snead; Gien Campbelf Los Anseles Open. Pat Fitzsimons: Jack Gleason Inverrary Classic, Bob Murphy; Florida Citrus Open, Lee Trevino; Doral-East-em Open. Jack Nicklaus: Jacksonville Open. Larry Ziegler: Sea Pines Heritage Classic. Jack Nicklaus; Greater Greensboro Open. Tom Weiskopf: , Masters Tournament, Jack Nicklaus; Magnolia Classic. Bob Wynn. The famous Monro-matic" shock smooths out your ride and helps improve tire wear. I N STALLED! EACH LIFETIME GUARANTEE Monroe guarantees this Shock Absorber tgainst defects, and war-; out in normal use. for as long as you use it on the private passenger car or truck cm which it is originally installed. If failure ahould oceur. return the shock absorber with proof of purchase to any authorized Mtrnroe dealer for exchange under our printed guarantee. Nominal charge for removal and installation, ' Tennis WCT standings Point ' standings based on 75 points for tournament winner. 55 for runner-up. 35 for loss in semifinals. 20 lor loss in quarterfinals. 10 ior loss in second round. RF.II GROUP (after seven events) 1. John Alexander. Australia 2. Dick Stockton. U.S Harold Solomon, U.S Mark Cox. Great Britain . 5. Stan Smith. U.S. 6. Phil Dent, Australia 7. Bob Lut7., U.S. 8. Cliff Richey. U.S. 9. Marty Riessen, U.S. 10. Paul Gerken, U.S BLUE GROUP (after seven events) 1. Rod Laver. Australia 2. Rosco Tanner, U.S 3. Paul Ramirez. Mexico 4. Vitas Gerulaitis. U.S 5. Brian Gottfried. U.S 6. Allan Stone, Australia 7. Jaime Filial. Chile 8. Jeff Borowiak. U.S. 9. Alex Metreveli. U S.S.R .. 10. Charlie Pasarell. U.S. 11. A-drew Pattison. Rhodesia GREEN GROUP (after seven events) 1. Arthur Ashe, U.S 2. Rjorn Borg, Sweden 3. Bob Hewitt, South Africa . 4. Tom Okker, Netherlands . . 5. Kim Warwick, Australia . . 6. Jose Higueras, Spain 7. Dnnv Parum. New Zealand Buster Mottram, Great Britain 2JU t. Rob Giltinan, Australia . . 220 Patrice Domirtguez, France . 220 WCT Green at Johannesburg. So. Africa Singles second round Kim Warwick def. Patrice Do-minguez, 7-6, 1-6. 6-4. - WCT Red at Tokyo Singles first round Ma'k Cox def. Yukio Kalo. 8-0. 8-1; Cliff Drysdale def. Mike Estep. 8-1. 7-5; .Tun Kamiwazuml def. Graham Stilwell. 6-1. 6-3; Haroon Rahim drf. Tom Edlcfsen. 6-2. 6-3; Gerald Battrick def. Kiyoshi Tan-she. 6-4. 6-0; Bob LuU def. Milan Holecck def. Natsuta Uehara. 6-1. 6-1: St-n Smith def. 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