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The Boston Globe Saturday, June 19, 1976 COREBOARD Sports events on TV, radio BASEBALL Cincinnati vs. Philadelphia, and 10, 2:15 p.m.; Red Sox California, Ch; 6 and 38, WMEX (1510), 10:30 p.m. GOLF-rUS 5, 6 and 9, 4:30 p.m." FOOTBALL-Coaches All-America Ch, "5, 6 and 9, 9 p.m. TANK JFNAMAllA by Jeff Millar Bill Hinds Schools BASEBALL STATE TOURNEY Yesterday's Semifinals Division 1 St. John's (Shrewsbury) 6, Fromins-ham North 1 Brockton 7, Taconic (Pitts) 6 (10 Inns) Division 2 Greenfield 2, New Bedford Voke 0 Grafton 14, Newburvport 2 Division 3 St.

Joseph's (Pitts.) 7, Narragansstt (Temp.) 5 Nowelt 8, Coyle-Cassidy 7 Today's Finals 8UT LAURIE WANTEP A PAY OFF PRACTICE" SO WE IT TO HtR. CALM R2WN, RULING-. THAT CALLEP AMP THERE'5 N0TUIN6 TO 1 1 wnoi M2-iii-r WELTHE OLYMPIC 5WM TRIALS ALMOST ANPI THINK iTS MOM) MOM lUUATS HAPPENS 1 f-EtL League EAST 1976 Unlwwal Syntfcao fj 3ted Sox, 3-1 BOSTON CALIFORNIA nhrhhl ob Copper dh 4 0 0 0 Bonds rf 4 1)0 DEvcMs rf 4 0 0 0 MG-jrero 5b 3 0 10 Lynn cf 4 0 10 RoJocksn 3b 4 0 1 1 Ystrmski lb 4 1 1 0 TDavIs dh 2 0 2 0 Rice If 4 111 Remv or RiMllier If 0 0 0 0 Alvarez If Fisk 2 110 BJones If Plfrocelli 3b 4 0 1 1 Briggs cf 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 oooo esnn ss 4 I I tsocnre 10 DGrlffln 2b 2010 cnaix ss 0 0 0 0 ESchbrrn 0 0 0 0 Humphry Melton ph AGarrett Kirkwood Hassler a RJones Mfcrphy Total 32 3 7 3 Total 32 1 6 1 000 010 002 3 000 000 010 1 Blsloi itoh California Burleson. RoJackson. DP Boston 1, California 1.

LOB Boston 5. California 2B Rice, Fisk. RoJackscaJ. SB Lynn, Fisk, M.Guerrero. IP RERBBSO R.Jones 7 1-3 6 1 1 3 RhY (W.l-2) 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 hfrftwrJod 2 1-310011 dossier (L.0-J) 6 2-3 6 3 3 2 2 PB Fisk.

2:25. A 16.58. low the runs were scored: FIFTH INNING RED SOX Fisk doubled to left enter. Petrocelli grounded to second, isk advancing to third. Burleson beat ut a Baltimore chopper to third, scor- na Fisk.

Griffin singled past snort, Burleson reaching third. Cooper flied center. Burleson was out trying to core. Briaas to Humphrey. ONE RUN, THREE HITS, ONE LEFT.

EIGHTH INNING ANGELS Bond sinaled In the ole netween short and third. Gur- toro sacrificed to Yastrzemski unas- sted. Jacksoii doubled to ngnt-cen- fcr, scorina Rnnds, navis was inten- lonally walked. wurpny repiacea one's. Remy oinch ron for Davis.

Bob one cinch-hit for Alvarez and flied i Evans. Briggs popped to Griffin. NE RUN, TWD HITS, TWO LEFT. I NINTH INNING "Rpf5 SOX Evans arounded tn short. Rfhfi grounded to second.

Yastrzemski rounded a single to rignr. Rice ooud-pd to right center, scoring Yastrzem-k. Fisk was intentionally walked, 'etrpcelli sinaled to left, scorina Rice, id Took second on the throw. Burleson -to Bonds. TWO RUNS, THREE IS, TWO RUNS.

led Sox averages Not Including Int night's gam Major League baseball Taylor def. R. Dacey and G. Coaklev, 2 and F. Kilburn and def.

G. Howard and R. Cook, 2 and T. Peabodv and D. Burke def.

A. Neher and Nenljr, 1 uo; J. GibnV and R. Gibny def. T.

Frechette and T. Murphy, 3 and Colpitis and J. Pope def. L. Brooks and C.

Reinbolt, 2 up; J. Harris and H. Pendergrass defi -G. West and J. FetcfJjro, 2 uo.

WGAM Husband Wife at Cummaquid CC, Yarmouthport Third Day Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sobln. Belmont, 77-70; Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Cronin, Foxboro, 78-70; Dr. and Mrs. Richard Bagg, Woods Hole, 79-67; Mr. art Mrs. Chester Perkins, Marshfield, 79-73jMr.

ond Mrs. Dixon Daniels, TactJnftT 79-74; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfson, Ledgemont. 80-48; Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Barnes, Pembroke, 8-1-71; Mr ond Mrs. Francis Brown, Nw Bedford, 1-70; Mr. and Mrs. William Sctieft, Belmont, 82-74; Mr.

and Mrs. Stephen Geroge Rockwell, Welleslev, 82-72; Mr. and Mrs. Howard GroyJOrt, Pine Brook, 83-70; Mr. an Mrs.

Ctlf Kdbne, Meadow Brook, 83-75; Mr. J. M. Levdnn, Woodland, 83-73; Mr. ond Mrs.

Robert O'Connor, Chorles River, 83- 71; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Heller, Mt. Pleasant, 84-70; Mr. ond Mrs.i McLellan Taconic, 84-72; Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Kerber, Welleslev, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guiny, Woodland, 84-72; Mr. and Mrs.

Anthony Nar-done. Woodland, 84-47; Mr. and Mrs. David Parker, Welleslev, "Mr. and Mrs.

Alfred Coleman. Thorny Lea, 84- 72; Mr. and Mrs. John SlaMery, Woodland, 84-77; Mr. and Mrs.

Russell Seavey, Haverhill, 84-72; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lewis Marshfield, 87-73; Mr. and Mrs. Jason Starr, Belmont, 87-77; Mr.

and Mrs. Edward. Porter, Fern-croft, 87-75; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc-Dermott, Woodland, 87.73; Mr.

an Mrs. Clifford Silver, 87-75; Mr. ond Mrs. Peter Powell, Milton-Hoosic. 87-73; Mr.

and Mrs. Edward McAuliffe, Welleslev, 88-80; and Mrs. William Kearney, Woodland, 88-77; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams, Cummaguid 88-74; Mr.

and Mrs. C. W. Fairbanks, Folly Hill, 88-75; Mr. and Mrs.

S. Robert Stone, Belmont, 88-74; Mr. ond Mrs. Kenneth Drew, Cummaguid, 88-72. American League EAST Pet New York 35 22 .614 BOSTON 28 29 .491 Cleveland 28 29 .491 Baltimore 28 31 .475 Detroit 26 32 .448 Milwaukee 24 31 .436 National GB 7 7 8 10 Philadelphia Pittsburgh New York Chicago St.

Louis Montreal Pet GB 17 .712 25 .583 ltf'2 33 .500 12 V2 33 .459 15 35 .435 16V2 35 .364 20 Pet GB 24 .619 27 .578 2 12 28 .541 5 35 .453 10 12 36 .400 13 V2 42 .354 17 ..42 35 .33 .28 27 1.20 WEST Cincinnati 39 Los Angeles 37 San Diego. .33 Houston 29 Atlanta 24 San Francisco. 23 Pet .661 .579 .474 .475 .468 .400 GB 5 11 11 11 16 Yesterday's results WEST Kansas City 39 Texas ...33 Chicago .27 Minnesota 28 Oakland California 26 20 24 30 31 33 39 BOSTON 3 N.Y. 3 (14 inns) Kansas City 5 Detroit 4 Baltimore 9 Milwaukee 3 Toflay's at at BATTING AB HR RBI Avg I eise 18 3 7 0 3 .389 mn 182 25 59 4 21 .324 f. illef" 101 15 30 0 10 .297 sk 185 34 S3 9 28 .286 ooper 109 16 31 4 18 .284 Fslrocelli 136 12 37 3 18 .272 ans 200 27 54 8 26 .270 ce 191 31 51 9 29 .267 It ontgomery 19 1 5 0 1 .263 sstrzemski 193 28 48 12 38 .249 urleson 175 24 42 4 16 .240 Eferwin 80 6 19 1 5 .238 Cfcyle 157 14 32 0 13 .204 ofitfin 60 9 12 0 2 .200 Vtiiioughby 1 0 0 0 0 .000 Pble 1 0 0 0 0 .000 (friers 147 15 35 2 11 .230 Chicago 6 at Atlanta 4 Los Angeles 6 at Montreal 5 At New York 3 San Francisco 2 At Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati 5 At Pittsburgh 7 3 At St Louis 7.

San Diego 4 California 1 at Chicago 2 Cleveland 3 Minnesota 2 at Texas 4 at Oakland 2 games and probable pitchers Aneeles (John 3-4) at Montreal (Stanhouse 4-2), 2:15 p.m. Cincinnati (N61an 6-3) at Philadelphia (Carlton 6-3), 2:15 p.m. Houston (Dierker 6-6) at Pittsburgh (Kison 4-4), 2:15 p.m- San Francisco (Barr 4-5) at New York (Lolich 3-8), 4:05 p.m. Chicago (Coleman 0-1) at Atlanta BOSTON (Wise 5-3) at California (Ryan 5-7), 10:30 p.m. Detroit (McCormack 0-1) at Minnesota (Redfern 1-3), 2:15 p.m.

Milwaukee (Colborn 3-8) at Oakland (Abbott 0-1), 4:30 p.m. Kansas City (Busby 3-1) at Cleveland (Dobson 7-5), 7:30 p.m. New York (Alexander 3-4) at Chicago (Jefferson 1-2), 9 p.m. Baltimore (Palmer 7-7) at Texas (Peterson 1-3), 9:05 p.m. (Niekro 4-4), 6:05 pm.

San Diego (Strom 6-5) at St. (Curtis 4-6), 7 p.m. Louis Innings). Francisco 2 Angeles 0 THURSDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 1 At Philadelphia 3 At New York 1 (14 Detroit at Chicago 4 at Texas 1 0 Batting NOT INCLUDING YESTERDAY'S GAMES Tennis N.E. championship at Westford Hrsrftound 1 Peter Cooner Hef.

Ned Weld. 4-2, 2-6, 7-6; Peter Geturman def. Nick Gregory, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2; Peter Lawler def. Todd Looan, 4-1, 7-5; Ram Ramnath def. Ralnh STewart, 7-5; John Hughes def.

Ken Riekson, 4-3, 4-3; Chuck Desalvo def." Mike Shvion, 4-3, 4-1; Karim Fawaz def. Gary Crln, by default; Carl Hedrick def. Paul Fine, 4-1, 6-4; Chris Burr def. Alan Chan-dronnoit, 4-4, 3-4, 7-5; Sieve Goldman def. Joe Fahey, 4-3, 6-2; Doug Tector def.

Bill Danzall, 6-4, 6-2; Ralph Chas-saing -ef. Gil Beinhocker, by default; Joe Bouauin def. Chris Whitney, 4-1, 6-2; Jeff Hamilton def. Tom'Gillnam, 6- 3, 6-2; Dave Robison def. Mike Borke, 7- 5, 6-4; Bob Garfield def.

Steve- Gallagher, 7-6. 4-4: Phil Kadesch Leo Lapane, 4-2, 4-4; Ray Murphy def. Laury Homel, 4-2, 4-4; Mitch Flnk-elstein def. Harvey Harrison, 7-4, 2-4, 3- 5, retired; John Volkos def. John.

Mote 4-1, 4-4; Bill Ruth def. Bruce Wright, 4-4. 7-4. 4-1: Joe Conway def. Chris Mayofte, bv default; Don Smith def.

Steve Counihan, 5-7, 7-4, 7-5; Rich Bray def. Lou Smolin, 6-0, 4-0; Brian Marsden def. Roy Andrews, 44); J. C. Gosselln def.

Matt Bofttfan, 4-0, 6-0; Robin Fleming def, Chad Floe, 6-3, 6-3; Steve Williams def. Bill Fielding. 6-4, 3-4, 4-2; Jerry Johnson def. Elliot Campbell, 4-1, 7-5; Ben Bishop def. Tad Connerton.

4-0. 4-0; Mike Beoutiman def. Randy Osga, 4-2, 4-1; Doug Crawford def. Sudder Smith, 4-2, 4- 2. Second Round i Cooper def.

Geturman, 4-1, 4-1; Lawler def. Ramnath, 4-2, 4-2; Hughes def. Desalvo, 6-1, 6-1: Fowaz def. Hedrick, 6-2, 4-1; Burr def. Goldman, 4-2, retired; Tector def.

Chassoing, by defoult; Bougutn def. Hamilton, 4-3, 4-4; Garfield def. Robison, 4-2, 4-4; Kadesch def. Murphy, 4-2, 7-5; Voikos def. Mnxeistein, 7-6, 6-1; Ruth def.

Conway, 4-2, 6-1; Brov def. Smith, 6-1, 6- Gosselin def. Marsden, 7-5, 4-3; Willioms def. Flemlna, 4-2, 4-3; Blshoa def. Johnson, 7-5, 4-4; Crawford def.

Beoutiman, 4-3, 4-2. Player tourney' at Nottingham, England Semifinals Jlmmv Connors def. Raul Ramlrer, 6-3, 4-4; Hie Nastase def. Ove Bengtsson. 7- 5, 7-5.

Grass court tourney at Eastbourne, England Semifinals Chris Evert Def. Olao Morozova, 6-2, 4-3; Virginia Wade def. Mortino Navru- Baseball AL All-Star voting CARLTON FISK, 478,948) Thurman Munson. New York? Gene Tenace, Oakland, 138J79; TDarrell Porter, Milwaukee, '-Brian Downing, Chicaoo, Jim Sund-berg, Texas. Milt May, Detroit, Butch Wynegar, Minnesota, 30,753.

FIRST BASE CARL YASTRZEMSKI, BOSTON, Rod Carew. Minnesota, 3.11,779; Chris Chambliss, New Yorkf Mike Hargrove, Texas, "George Scott, Milwaukee. John Moy-berry, Kansas City, Lee May, Baltimore, Boog Powell, Cleve-lan, 36,313. SECOND BASE Willie Randolph, New or jcZ Bobbv Grich, Baltimore. DENNY DOYLE, BOSTON, Jerry Remy, California, Roy Smalley, Minnesota, Phil Garner, Oakland, 137.264; Sutherland, Milwaukee.

Duane Kuiper, Cleveland, 48,418. THIRD BASE George Brett, Kansas City, 341 Don Money, Milwaukee, Buddy Bell, Cleveland. 200.957; Brooks' Robinson, Baltimore, Dave Chalk, California, Sal Bando, Oakland, Jorge Orta, Chicago, Groig Nettles, New York, 104,417. SHORTSTOP. Fred Patek, Kansos City, Toby Harrah, Texas, 251.438: Mark Be- longer, Baltimore, Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 214.321; Bert Cam-panris.

Oakland, RICK'-'BUR-LESON, BOSTON, Bucky Dent, Chicago, Frank Duffy, Cleveland, 92,804. OUTFIELD FRED LYNN, BOSTON, Ron LeFlore, Detroit, Rusty Stoob, Detroit, Bobby Bonds, California, 785,960: Reaaie Jackson, Amos Otis, Kansas City, Mickey Rivrs, New Vork, Joe Rudi, Oakland, Hal McRae, Kansas City, Jeff Burroughs. Texas, Rolph Garr, Chicago, DWIGHT EVANS, OSTONl5U74. Coaches' All-America Division I St. John's (Shrewsbury) ton of Szot Park.

Chicopee, vs. p.m. Division i Grafton vs. Greenfteld at Fltton Field, Worcester, p.m. Division 3 St.

Joseph's (Pitfsfield) vs. Norwell at Rockland Memorial Field, 1:30 p.m. YESTERDAY'S LINESCORES DIVISION 1 BROCKTON 7, TACONIC 6 at Chicopee Taconic 121 000 020 06 14 1 Brockton 201 201 000 17 13 3 Taconir: Jim Murohv, Dick Ryan (4) Dick Stockley (8) and Mike Li-tano; Brockton Art Sullivan, Bob Coolen (3) and Jim Tuite; WP Coo-len; LP Stockley; HR StocKley (T). St. John's 6, Framinghom Nortth at Chicopee St.

John's (Shrews) 000 022 0026 11 1 Framinghom North 000 000 0101 6 5 St. John's Jim McDonald and Jim Grady; Framinghom North Steve Ja-cobson and Bryan Kelly; WP McDonald; LP Jacobson. DIVISION 1 Greenfield 2, New Bedford Voke 0 ot Worcester Greenfield 000 000 0022 7 2 New Bedford Voke 000 000 0000 5 0 Greenfield Welenc and Gibson; N.B. Voke R. Richard and Sylvia.

at Worcester Grafton 400 014 30214 20 2 Newburyport 002 000 000 2 5 7 Grafton Lewis and Shannon, Man-tfano (9); Newburyport O'Brien, Stevens (2). Setwon (7) and Whitney. DIVISION 3 St. Joseph's 7, Nanagansett 5 at Rockland St. Joseph's (Pitts) 100 000 310 27 14 0 Narr'gnstt (Temp) 000 100 400 05 9 0 SJ DiCicro and Drurv.

Narraaan-sett Medieros and Duplissis. Norwell 8, Covle-Cassidy 7 at Rockland Coyle-Cassidy 000 231 0107 10 2 Norwell 160 000 0018 10 4 CC Brian Clemmey, Randy Lom-bardi (9) and Brian Chisholm; Norwell Dean Honkonen, Dave Bonney (5) and Jim McVicar. WP Bonner; LP Clemmey. Olympic trials Archery at Oxford, Ohio (216 of 288 arrows) Men 1, narrell Pace, Reading, Ohio, 1885; 2, Richard McKinnev, Muncie. 1864 3, Richard Bednar, Suffield, Ohio, 1820; 4, Douglas Brothers, Cincinnati, 1798; 5, Ed Elioson, Seatt3, 1781; 6, Scott Page.

Failbrook, Calif. 1741. Women 1, Luann Rvon, Riverside, 1831; 2, Linda Myers, York, 1773; 3, Irene Lorensen, Phoenix, 1744; 4, Carol Sfrausburg, Huntington Beach, 1732; 5. Marlert Silcorks. Cerritos, 1729; 6, Lynette Edwards, Phoenix, 1711.

Shooting at Phoenix The following Olypic shooters were chosen during the tryouts. Rifle: Dovid Ross, Houston, Vic Auer, No. Hollywood, Lanny Bassham, Ft. Worth, Margaret Murdock, Toneka, Kan Mnrtin Ed-monsonn, Son Saba, Tex. and Theimer.

Pistol: Hershel Anderson, Tracy City, Richord Crawford, Beacon, N.Y., Bill McMillan, San Dieqo, and Tom TrUinen, Lexington Park. Maryland. Swimming at Long Beach, Calif. Women's 400-meter freestyle 1. Shirley Babashoff, Mission: Vielo, 4:12.85 (Betters American record of 4:14.76 by Miss Babashoff, 1975).

2, Kathy Heddy, Mllltown, N.J., 3, Brenda Borah, Newton Square. 5, Jennifer Hooker, Loulseville, 6. Nicole Kramer, Mission Vieio, 7, Evi Kosenkrani-us, Bellevue, 8, Ann Marshall, Fort Lauderdale (First two finishers qualify for Olympic team.) Men's 400-meter freestyle 1, Brian Godell, Mission Vielo. 3:53.08 (Betters world record of 3:53.31 by Tim Show, Long Beach, 1975). 2, Tim Shaw, Lonq BEach, 8, Casey Convent, Mission Viejo, 4, John Naber, LAdera Oaks, 5, Bruce Furniss, Long Beach, 6 Mike Bruner Cuperttino, 7, Bobby Hackett, New Rochelle.

N.Y., 8, Doua Norrhway, Tycson, (First three finishers puclify for Olympic team). Bicycling at Northbrook. Ml. me(tr team pursuit Roger 4000 Young, Detroit. Jim Ochowicz, New Ron Skorin.

Van Ntivs. Benin, cant. Calif. and Paul Beem, San Pedro, 10O0 meter Rnh Veha. Mramt Prosoect, 1000 me'jr match snrlnt Leigh Barczewski, West Allis.

4000 meter individual pursuit Leonard Nitz, Sacramento, Calif Weightlifting at Philadelohia Featherweight 1. Darla Hussey; Florissant, 242.5 kilograms; 2. Phillip Sanderson, West Billings, Vernuccl, Bedford, 235. Bantamweiqht John Yamauchi, Hawaii, 217.5; Flyweight Joel Widdell, 192.5. Track Road race at Kingston (5 miles) 1.

Scott Grahom, GBTC, 2. Joe Catalano, BAA; 3. Doug Fish, BAA; 4. Rusty LaMade, NMC; 5. Brian Devin, BAA; 6.

John Saville, Quincy High. BNBL GIRLS Juniors Charlestown 29, Shelburne Jrs. 26 Mission Hill 12, Brighton 2 Seniors All-Stars 26, Brighton 8 BOYS SAVIN HILL 15 and under Jr. Pembroke Club 30, Rice Club 24 19 ond under Savin Hill 2, Highballers 0 (forfeit) Talisman 84, Divers 35 Pembroke 44, Marr Club 27 Softball Slow pitch tourney at Portsmouth, N.H. Yesterday's First Round Results Rlccl's (Ports) 15, Newmarket Getty 4 Midway Buick (Dover) 20, Golden Harvest (Port) 0.

Amateur baseball Intercity League Pts. Augustine 5 2 3 13 Somerville 5 2 1 11 Medford 5 3 1 11 Hosmer 5 5 1 11 Winchester 5 5 1 11 Woltham 4 3 3 11 Belmont 4 5 2 10 Arlex ...4 6 0 8 Wakefield 3 4 1 7 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Somerville 7. Medford 1 LAST NIGHT'S LINESCORES 7, Medford 1 at Somerville Medford 010 000 01 2 1 Somerville 101 203 7 13 2 Medford Santlni. Robins (6) and Moreili; Somervilib Prudian and Mol- lilo; HR DeMarco (S! NO GAMES TONIGHT Park League Pet. GB Marv Ann's .12 3 .800 Conley Club .10 5 .667 2 Moss Envelope 10 5 .467 2 Supreme Three 9 6 .400 3 Curly Wvnn 6 9 .400 6 Orioles 5 9 .357 6Vj nanny Harold' 5 10 .333 7 Fittons 2 12 .143 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Mary Ann's 5 Wvnn Club 3 SuprerrU Three 15 Danny Harold's 1 Mass Envelope 11 Conley club 5 Fittons 3 Orioles 3 YESTERDAY'S LINESCORES MARY ANN'S 5.

WYNN 3 at Cleveland Circle Wvnn Club 001 002 0 3--2 Mary Ann's 000 032 5-5-2 Wynn Santos, Bornsteln (5) and Mitchell; Mary -Ann Peterson and Williams. Supreme Three 15, Danny Harold's 1 at Jamaica Plain Supreme Three 072 341 315 18 1 Danny Harold's 100 000 0 1 4 4 Supreme Three Pere a and Lan- eau; Danny Harold's McCarthy, Golf us open it Duluth, Ga. Second Round John Mahaltey 70-68-138 At Geiberger 70-69-139 Rod Fupseth 70-70-140 Jerry Pate 71-69-140 Ben Crenshaw 72-68-140 Mike Money 71-71-142 Lyn Lott 71-71-142 J. Snead 73-69-142 Butch Baird 71-71-142 Hubert Green 72-70-142 Terry Diehl 71-72-143 Dave Eichelberger 73-70 143 Tom Weiskopt 73-70-143 Jack Nicklaus 74-70-144 Grier Jones 76-69145 Don January 71-74145 Ray Floyd 70-75-145 Cal Peete 76-69-145 Mike Shea 72-73-145 Tom Watson 74-72-146 Andy North 74-77-146 Tom Jenkins 72-74146 Randy Glover 72-74-146 a-Martln West 73-73-146 Johnny Miller 74-72-146 Lee Elder 72-75-147 Bobby Stroble 77-70-147 Fuzzy Zoeller 72-75147 Wayne Levi 74-73-147 Hale Irwin 75-72-147 Bob E. Smith 72-75-147 Tommy Aaron Kermit Zarley 75-73-148 Bobby Wadkihs 76-72-148 Peter Ooslerhuis 73-75148 Bruce Devlin 75-73148 a-Mike Reid 67-81-148 Tom Purtzer 73-75148 Gene Borek 74-74148 Mark Hayes Joe 75-73148 Danny Edwards 73-75148 Rik Massengale Miller Barber 76-72-148 Lou Graham 75-74-149 Tim Collins 73-76-149 a-Bruce Douglass 73-76-149 arry 75-74-149 LouHinkle 75-74-149 Bruce Lietzke 76-73-149 Gary Player 72-77-149 Jim Ferree 75-74-149 Bob 75-74-149 Joey Dills 77-73-150 John Jacobs 75-75-150 Carlton White 75-75-150 Jim Colbert 74-76-150 Arnold Palmer 75-75-150 George Cadle 79-71-150 John Gentile 77-74-151 e-John 79-72-151 Gene Littler o-ra-isi 75-76-151 75-76-151 74-78-152 75-77-152 78-74-152 77-75-152 Charles Coody Eddie Vic Regalado Barry Jaeckel Did Not Qualify David Canipe Harry Toscano Nate Phil Rodgers Wally Armstrong Paul Moran.

v- Jack Seltzer Charles Epps a-Anthony Sills Dennis Tiziani Don Bies 77-75-152 Bruce Crampton 75-77-152 Bob Murphy Pete Bobby David Graham Larry Frank Beard Joe Simons 80-73-153 73-80-153 Marion a-Fred Ridley 80-74-154 Richard Crawford 74-60-154 Tom Kite Richard Rhyan Bob Bob Zender George Thomas Al Chandler 82-73-155 Russell Helwig 76-79-155 Benny Pessons 78-76155 Carl HigginS 77-78-1 55 Ray 77-78155 Bruce Fleisher 76-79-155 Bryan Abbott 80-75-155 David Lundstrom Jim Logue 81-75156 Pat Fitzsimons 78-78156 StenStopa 73-83-156 Bob Allard 79-77-156 a-Gary Halberg 76-80-156 a-Ken Ezell 76-80-156 Jack Rule 75-81-156 Lynn Janson 76-80156 Dan O'Neill 76-80-156 Bob Mack 76-81-157 Fred Wampler 77-80-157 a-Phil Hancock 81-76-157 Chi Chi Rodriguez 74-83157 Roger Watson 80-77-157 a-Ron 73-84-157 JlmWiechers 79-78-157 a-Mark Tinder Martin Bohen, Billy 81-77-158 Guy Cullins 81-77-158 Steve Melnyk 77-81-158 Dave Stockton. 81-78159 Jerry Barber 80-79159 John Buczek 82-77-159 a-David Zabell 80-80-160 Brady Miller 85-75-160 MalGallella 76-84-160 Cesar Sanudo 81-79-160 Deen Refram 80-80-160 Metvin Rifman 84-77-161 81-60-161 81-80-161 81-81-162 81-81-162 82-80-162 86-76-162 79-83-162 Geoff Hensley Richard Rhoads Danny Ives. Greg Trompas Mike Butler Terrence Dill a-Robert Byman Jon Gustin 81-81-162 ike Souchak 82-81-163 Eric Mueller 81-82-163 Brad Schuchat 84-79-163 a-Ken 82-81-163 George Glenn 88-75163 Mike Hadlock 62-82-164 Jim Cochran 83-83166 Clifford 84-82-166 e-Charles Berry 86-80166 Roger Parker 85-82167 a-Mark Boyajian 83-86-169 a denotes amateur LEADERS' CARDS Par 354 34-35 Mahaffey .434 354 343-33 Geiberger out 444 244 345-34 Par in 455 443 434-35-70-140 Mahaffey in 454 442 435-35-68-138 Geiberger in ..444 443 534-35-69-139 LPGA Tourney at Plymouth, Ind. First Round' Judy Rankin 34-3569 Sally Little 35-3469 Katny Martin o-oo- Sylvia Bertolaccini Sandra Palmer Mary 34-35- May Lou Crocker 37-35- Jo Ann 37-35- Marleen FLoyd Jane Jan 37-36- Judy Meister 36-38- Judy 36-38- Renee Powell 37-37- Kathy Welsch- 39-35- Betsy Ferguson 38-36- Bonnie Bryent 37-38- Susan Downer 38-37- Nency Fitzgerald 39-37- Vivian Brownlee 40-37- Marilynn 39-39- Mardetl Wllkins 41-37- Tea Bradv i 38-40- Patty Hayes Karen 39-40- Cookie English 45-42- Annella 45-46- Invitational Fourball at Salem CC Bud Hollinasworth, Bass River and Mike Flynn, def. Tom Garland, Gannon and John Garaalionas, 19 holes; Jock Rooney, Nashawtuc and Steve Farrar def.

Tony Athanos, Te-desco and Al DiLlsio, 1 up; Debbie Maher, Charles P.iver and Alan Tit-comb, def. Bob Greene. Woodland and Bob Grohm, 19 holes; Peter Doyle, Ould ond Bob Tremblay def. Joe Manzo, Indian Ridge and John Didio, 5 and Jack Dryoan, Bear Hill ond Dick Carr def. Gerry Ballis, New Seabury ond Stan Nelson, 3 and Rupe Daniels, Lynnfield and Bob Gradv Hef.

Tom Rourke, Fernrroft and Phil Singleton, 1 up; Greg Berry, Andover and Ron Pascucci def. jaciv Nize, Essex and John Rossi, ond Harry Cash, Thomson and Maurice Lussier def. Paul Ripa, Vesper and Garry Bean, 1 up. Member-Guest at Cohasstjt CC Michael Pendersast. Wollaston and George Fowle, 66; Bill Cute, Segregan-seft and Bill McLauahlin, 70; Ray Blue, Charles River and Brian Hill.

70; mih Warner, Hatherly and Dave White, 71; Tony Messina, South Shore and Jav Froio, 71; Huck Driscoll. Morshfi'd and John Pattyson, 72; Tim Cassidv, St. Louis, M-. nnd R'ck Towle. '2: Ted Golo, South Shore and Ralph Froio.

72. Wright Memorial at Ooklev CC First Flight -D. Gfcsmondo, Haverhill and Mele, 15Vj pts. Member-Guest at Western GC ChampionshiD Flicht R. Boyd ond Bierbaum def A.

Tnvior and D. Godby, 1 uo; C. Young nd E. Howard def. R.

Snarle and Seuiie 2 up; D. Lutkins and T. Pet 38 7i .356 37 85 .350 36 75 .347 135 20 45 .333 144 21 47 J26 186 25 60 .323 31 77 .321 217 36 69 .318 33 55 .316 35 70 .310 McBride, St Louis A Oliver, Pittsburgh Foster; Cincinnati Griffey, Cincinnati Robinson, Morgan. Cincinnati Rose, Cincinnati Herndon, San Cey, Los Angeles Cardenal, Chicago BOSTON I At Minnesota 4 (Ave inninas) New York 5 Baltimore 4 At California 1., Based on 135 at Bats 6 McRae, Kansas City G. Brett, Kansas City LeFlore, Detroit Poquette, Kansas City Bostock, Minnesota LYNN, BOSTON Munson.

New York B. Bell. Cleveland Patek, Kansas City Carew, Minnesota 59 59 53 41 40 49 56 57 55 51 Otis, Kansas City, YASTRZFMSKI. Boston L. May, Baltimore bando, Oakland Burroughs, Texas Chambliss, New York Otis, Kansas Cltv Munson, New York Mayberrv, Kansas City Six Decisions Garland, Baltimore Bird, Kansas City Fidrych, Detroit Fitzmorrls, Kansas W.

Campbell, Minnesota-Kern, Cleveland J. Brown, Cleveland AB 219 243 216 240 174 226 Cubs, 6-4 CHICAGO ATLANTA ab hi nhrhhl Mondoy cf 4 0 10 Off lea cf 5 0 11 PRuschel 0 0 0 0 Lacy 2b 5 0 3 0 Zamoro a 0 0 0 0 Wvnn It Ilia Knowles 1 0 0 0 Maftonez lb 4 1 2 0 Cardenal If 5 13 1 Hendersn rf 4 0 0 0 Mod-lock 3b 4 114 EWillams 4 0 0 Oi JMoroles rf 4 0 1 0 Chaney ss 4 0 12! LaCock lb 4 110 Royster 3b 3 2 2 0 Trillo 2b 3 0 0 0 Morton 2 0 1 lj Swisher 3 12 1 Leon 0 0 0 0 Rosello ssr 3 110 DMay ph 10 0 0 RRuschel 1 0 0 0 Beard nn 6ummrs ph 0 1 0 0 Paciorek ph 10 10 VVUIIIS CT I Total 33 6 10 4 Total 1U It 1 Chicago 000 010 410 6 Atlanta 000 012 100 4 fc Cnanev. Monfaner rvp rnlrnan .1 Atlanta 2. LOB Chicaao 6, Atlanta 7. 2B Royster, Chaney, LaCock, Paciorek.

HR Madlock (5). R.Reuschet, Trillo. i swisner. IP ER BB SO RRUsctiei (W.7-41 10 3 3 1 5 P.Reuschel Zamora Knowles Morton (L.0-6) Leon 1-3 1-3 21-3 6 2-3 1-3 Beard 2 Sove Wrvwles (7). 2:40.

A 9,549. Mets, 3-2 SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK Ob hi nhrhhl Herndon cf 4 0 0 0 Bolsclolr rf 4 0 10 DThomas 2b 3 0 1 1 Mllner If 3 111 Mureer rf 4 0 0 0 WGarrett 3b 4 1 1 0 Matthews If 4 0 0 0 Krneoool lb 3 112 DEvons lb 3 111 Unser cf 3 0 10 Reitz 3b 3 0 0 0 Grote 3 0 0 0 DoRader 2 0 0 0 Millnn th I a MPerez ss 3 0 0 0 Harrelson ss 3 0 0 Dressier 2 10 0 SiuiuAr I i nuiiiusn pn i uavene oooo Total 29 2 2 2 San Francisco Total 28' 3 6 3 000 011 000 2 000 102 OOx 3 OB San i-ronrirn New York DP New York 1. 2. New York 4 2B W.Garrett. 3B D.Thomas.

HR Mllner 18). U.tvans (2) Kronpoot (5). S-6eaver, prer (U-5, "3 "1 LBB)lt 1 OOOO Seover (W.7-5) 9 2 2 2 2 vyi seaver. 1:58. A 30888.

Cardinals, 7-4 SAN OIEGO ST LOUIS ab bi nhrh hi EHrndez SS 4 0 0 0 McBrid llll Fuentes 2b 4 0 0 0 Kessinaer A 1 0 WDavis cf 4 110 Brock If 4 2 2 2I Winfieid rf 3 12 1 Simmonc lh 4 1 1 11 DoRader 3b 3 10 0 Mumphry pr 0 0 0 01 ivie lb 4 13 2 KHrandz lb 0 0 0 0: mimuno: it a i herguson 3 0 0 0 MAndrsn 4 110 4 0 11 3 112 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 Melendez ph 1 0 0 0 HecCruz 3b ones a 2 0 0 0 Tyson 2b Kubiak ph Tomfin Grubb phj ioio Falcone 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Total 34 4 3 Total 33 7 10 San Dieaa O1O20 000 A T. LOUIS Vtfl 4111 VW 1 Ferauson. Wlnflairf npcnn niun' -ji. iuui i. lud son uieao it.

LOU 1. 2B Tvsnn. rmirtn IuIa I viiiiito i tvit mi. HecCruz tk. uivufv ob i vw, rtenerrmuna, orocK.

ID ER BB SO R.Jones rL.12-31 a 7 0 2 Tomtin 0 1 0 0 0 4 4 2 Falcont (W.5-5) 9 i A 14,501. Pirates, 7-3 HOUSTON piTTRm lonu oo ab bi Gross rf 4 0 0 0 Taveras ss 3 10 0 Andrews 2b Cedeno cf Watson lb LRoberts If CJohnson 4 0 0 0 Stennett 2b 4 0 0 0 3 2 2 1 AOIiver cf 4 0 1 2 4 0 10 Sitargell lb 4 111 4 112 DParker rf 4 0 0 0 nil zisk If 3 2 2 0 Cobell 3b 4 0 2 0 WRobnsn 3b 3 1 0 0 RMetZOer SS 3 0 0 0 HatvAr 1h 10 0 0 JRichard 2 0 0 0 Sanguilln 4 14 2 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 remz oooo Candlria DaVanon ph 1 0 0 0 Moose rrui at.ii Total 33 3 7 3 Tninl Vt 7 0 Houston 100 000 101 3 rinsourqn 003 112 00X-7 J.Richard 2, Gross, Taveras. LOB Houston 4. Pittsburah A niiu. timnn LJ rA L.Roberts lA 7ti rJ.

deiaria. IP ER BBSO 5 1-3 7 7 4 3 4 J.Richard (L.7-7) reniz K.Forsch 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 I I a i Candlria Moose wp J.Richard. 2:14. A 19,141. 8 1-3 5 3 2 1 3 2-3 2 0 0 0 0 PB C.Johnson.

I Dodgers, 6-5 LOS ANGELES MONTREAL ah hi ki Bucxner rf 5 11) JManaual cf Slln Sizemore 2b 1 iv Lyme it 5 12 1 Roenicke rf 2 12 1 Dwyer If 3 0 11 Scanlon 3b 0 0 0 0 DMurray 1 0 0 0 tSchermn a 5 13 2 barvey lb Cey 3b iviota If JSimoson rf 0 0 0 0 4 0 11 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 oooo gallon ph Hough Russell ss Baker ERodrgez Yeager Rhoden oooo Morales ph 1 1 1 2 4 0 2 2 Jorgensn lb 0 1 0 5 0 10 Foli ss 4 0 10 4 0 10 Foote 4 0 10 110 0 Mackanin 2b 4 0 2 0 2 0 10 Fryman 0 0 0 0 Marshall Goodson ph jvvniTe pn 11 IS Dunniirli 1 0 0 0 Rivera ph Parrish 3b 1 0 0 01 oooo; 10 0 0 nentruz rf Total 39 6 13 6 Total 36 5 14 5 Los Angeles 200 010 030 6 000 000 302 5 DPrLos Aneeles 1, Mon-Kfol; LOB Los Angeles 12. Montreal 9. Garvey, Mota, J.Mangual 2. 3B Lyttle. HRJ.

Morales (11. -Frv. man, Scanlon, Rhoden. IP ER BB SO Rhoden Marshall Hough Fryman Dunning D.Murray (L.0-4) 6 1 2 5 2-3 3Lnerman 1 1-3 Save Hnunh ret una nk.j.. (Roenicke).

Phillies, 6-5 CINCINNATI abrhbi PHILADELPHIA Rose 30 Cnopcion ss Griffey rf TPerez lb GFoster If 1 1 uuusn 5 10 0 Bowa S9 4 12 2 Schmidt 3b 5 0 0 0 Luzlrlkl If 5 2 8 3 RAIIen lb 5 0 0 0 Hutton lb 3 13 0 4 12 0 3 1)3 3 12 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 Bench Morgan pr a a 0 Toion rf Geronimo cf 4 0 3 0 OBrown rf 2 0 0 0 Flvnn 2b 4 0 10 GMaddox cf 3 0 0 1 DiHinghm it Hinton Lum Dh 1 0 0 0 Boone 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lonborg 3 0 10 1 0 0 0 Johnstone ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 00 Garber 0 0 0 0 Borbon Driesseri, ph Eastwick I oooo Total 38 5 10 5 Cincinnati Philadelohia Tolan. Schmidt. Total 31 6 12 5: 200 000 201 010 230 OOx 6 OP Cincinnnti 1 LUo Cincinnati 11 Philariitlnhin a in' ronimo. HR R.Allan (6). u-hmiHt not i ham.

SF G.Moddox. IP 4 2-3 1 8 ER BBSO 6 6 4 4 Billinqham ILA-f) Hinton Borbon Eostwick Lrtliora IW.9-31 uaioer 1 Sove Garber (4). 2:23. A 50,435. Colleges BASEBALL NCAA WORLD SERIES at Omaha, Neb.

Yesterday's Results Arizona 5, Arizona State 1 (Arizona State eliminated) Tonight's Championship Final Arizona (55-17) vs. Eastern Michigan (44-15). 9 p.m. Pet .350 .344 .342 .340 .336 .335 .332 .326 .326 .323 JJ 'j ii 5 SJ 50 48 Six Decisions Won Lost 1 Pet .889 .833 .833 .800 .778 .750 .750 .750 .750 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE ....43 ....52 ....58 ....57 ....44 ....55 ....63 ....37 ...61 ....61 AB 163 24 57 209 32 72 228 34 78 212 53 72 149 23 50 176 49 59 253 56 84 138 19 45 224 35 73 248 34 80 DTALS 1884 252 497 55 234 .264 PITCHING IP ER BB SO ERA 2.64 2.97 3.30 3.40 3.52 352 3.78 4.78 6.98 7.31 .000 3.70 Wtirr 30 58 9 13 14 1 3 tTSnT- 99 110 33 23 43 8 4 Jenkins 101Vi 93 37 27 67 5 7 Clvlnd 63 54 20 18 19 3 2 House 30 22 12 11 15 1 2 Jones 23 29 9 6 10 1 0 Wise 76V4 77 32 19 31 5 3 Pole 58V4 60 31 27 22 3 4 Murphy 19Vi 28 15 11 7 0 2 Lee 28V4 40 23 14 10 0 3 Others 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals S01Vi 516 206 160 231 27 29 Yankees, 3-2 vnsK Chicago nr. hi Ob bi Rivers cf .7030 Dent 5121 wuunaD If 5 1 1 1 Lemon cf 6 0 2 1 Munson 5 0 2 0 Orta If 6 0 10 Cnamoiis lb 5 0 1 1 LJohnson dh 5 0 1 Oj CMay dh 4 10 0 Garr dh 10 1 0 dh 1 0 0 0 Bradford rf 4 0 1 0l GNetlles 3b 5 0 0 0 eDwning 5 0 0 0 Gomb.e rf 6 0 11 JSper.er lb 6 0 10 eondaioh 2b 5 0 1 0 W6te4n 2b 3 0 10 i a Bannister or 0 0 0 0 jviason ss Hpaly pni 1 0 0 0 Brohamr 2b 1 0 0 Oi 1110 PKelly oh 1 0 0 0: 0 0 0 0 KBell 3b 5 12 0 0 0 0 BJohnson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DHamiltn 0 0 0 0 l-oianiey ss HoitznQan Lyle'o GJockson -KTXr 48 3 11 3 Total 48 2 12 2 oio nno oio ooo oi 3 vlitfSox 100 000 010 000 00 2 t-SWAtein, D.Hamilton.

Uf-! Chicago 1. LOBNew York .13. Cicaqo 9. tB Brohamer. 3B K.Bell.

wiver Kanaoion. vyjoioim. soh, De, R.White, Bradford. SF- UamlTUs, R.wnite. RERBBSO 2 I 1 ir 7 1-3 9 3 2-3 2 3.

1 Lil 0 0 0 4 0 0 12 2 2 3 4 ckson (W.2-1) nhnson 7 1-3 6 2-3 4 artjMn 1 0 Hioiziniun, A 22.897. t-yle. G.Jackson. lllaED 06-19 Royals, 5-3 IcaWiScity. CLEVELAND abrhbi obrhbl Dhlelson 2b 4 110.

OGnzlez lb 3 110 Oik 5 1 1 wanning cj Gif ett ss 4 0 0 0 Lownstm rf 5 0 2 2 4 0 2 0 3 0 11i 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 Oi 4 0 10: 4 1 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0: WrSyperry idii i i MaRoe ah 2 110 Pruitt pr 4 0 10 Hendrick 2 0 0 0 Ashby 2 2 2 0 BBell 3b 3 0 2 3 Duffy ss 4 0 0 0 Blanks pi 0 0 0 0 Kuiper 2b Waits SThomas Kern Kern Cowmis -rf WiWrWrd If Poauette If Rojas 3b jMttinez Leonard 0 KoTntsCity 34 5 '4 Cleveland 002 010 000-3 2, Lowanlstein. DP-Kansas r.i.. i riouoinnri l. LOB Kansas uiy r'uvelanri 2B D.Nelson, Otis, Rolas. 3B Poquette.

O.Gonzalez 5F Roios. ER BB SO IK Leonard (W.7-2) 9 13 Wnils 3 5 nomas (L.0-1) 4 1-3 3 3 14 Kprn i -j Bolk-Waits. Tigers, 4-2 WttOIT AAIMMPAHTA OD I II VI LeWBW-f 5 1 3 0 Brye cf PGorcia 2b 4 0 0 0 Hisle If Meyer If 3 10 0 Carew lb StSOb rf -412 1 Fort jThmsn lb 4 0 0-1 Kusick dh AJohnson dh 4 0 1 Wyneqar ARodrqez 3b 4 0 1 Of Terrell pr Freehon 4 13 1 Smalley ss Veryzer 4 0 10 McKay 3b DRoberts 0 0 0 0 Rondall 2b Roof oh JHuflhes Ou di 4 0 11 ,4 0 3 0 4 110 4 0 11 4 0 10 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .4110 3 0 10 10 0 0 oooo Total? 36 4 11 4. Total 35 2 2 nptrnit 200 100 010 4 Keeoto 001 000 010-2 E-ow 2. DP-Detroit 2, Minnesota 2 LOB Detroit 6, Minnesota 7.

2B-4eF-lore. Wyngar, Hisle, Staub. HR Free hon (21. SB Hisle 2. IP D-Roberts (W.6-5) 9 j.Huohes (L.2-8) 9 2t06.

A 6,215. ER BB SO 2 2 14 4 4 12 Orioles, 9-4 i BTTtTfMORE TFYAS abrhbi ifingletetj dh 4 0 0 0 Clines If 5 110 Biair ct rich 2b ftejacksn rf Hcirper If KMoy lb Wuser lb. ora rf 1 5 110 Rondle 2b 4 110 4 0 0 0 Harqrove lb 4 1 1 1 2 3 11 Harrah ss 4 12 0 0 0 0 0 Pryor ss 0 0 0 0 3 2 3 3 CaHoud ph 10 11 2 110 Buroqhs rf 5 0 2 1 5 2 3 3 Grieve dh 0 2 0 Be'anqer ss 3 0 11 DThmpsn 3b 3 0 0 1 Nordbrok ss 1 0 0 0 Benlquez If npr.inrps 3h 4 0 11 Sunrlbera 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 rjDi.Tnn 4 0 umDargr RMa nurgan 0 0 0 0 Terpke 0 0 0 0 oooo DMiller iTntol 37 9 12 9 Total 38 4 11 4 030 030 300 9 OO0 100 003 4 exa Fnrinre. Sundbera. LOB Balti- moreTexas 11.

2B LaHoud. HR Re- 0, L-mar wwim ui. BlaifltRiJockson. SF Thompson. IP 8 1-3 TO 2-3 1 1 1-3 5 2-3 7 ERBBSO R.Mav (W.5-3).

D. MiMer Umhorqer Harnan--. 4 4 3 6 TerPko 2 1 2:46. A 32)01. Brewers, 3-2 nh hi ab bi Joshua cf 4 0 0 0 Cmoneris ss 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Baylor If 3 0 10 4 1 Bondo 3b 4 110' 4 12 1 Tenace II 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 BWIIIoms dh 4 0 0 Oi 4 13 1 Garner 2b 4 0 0 1 GScoltti An ron if O-i-bo rf GThnmos rf 0 0 0 0 cwsnatn ss Yoif ss 4 0 10 AMnguol rf Sjitherlnd 2b 3 0 0 0 Honey r(Minro 5 0 10 Llntz dr 4 110 3 0 10 3 0 1 0 0 0 Aiiiaustine 0 I) 0 0 Hosley 0 0 0 0 Castro 0 0 0 0 Bowman 0 0 0 0 I Todd 0 0 0 0 33 3 8 3 Total 31 tt 5 2: M'lwmrteee 000 100 1013 Onkolnd 001 100 000 2 )6 C.Moore.

DP Milwaukee 1, Oakland it LOR Milwaukee 4. Oakland 5. AIMannual. Aaron. 3B Yount.

HR pficott (). Corbo (3), Aaron (5). SB Money, Baylor, Mnrz ER BR SO 2 2 3 2 AMnustine Chs'ro (W.1-0) Bmon li 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Hoi Including Yeilerdey's Games CLUB I I III II II VS. IslsI-IISg club 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 i Bill. 14 3 31 41 51 2 2 Boston 21223601532) i.lL25iLLLi.LLL Chicaao 1 2 4 3..

2 2 2 3 0.5 3 Cteve. 4 2 2 5 1 2 1 3 1 3 2 Delroit 20432I20332 Kin. City 623 3241334 4 Mil; ILlLLLlLlLiL Minn. 5 1 3 1 2 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 to, 34LL31. LLLLLL OskUnd 345332113 3 11 Texas 1 3 IT 3 2 13 2 la 13 1 Wea across lor win, down lor losses.

Not Including Yesterday's Semes club Ja oi vs -sisifstns club il iisjpsiUs Atlanta 1 7 2 TT 1 777 Chicago 1113 nn jjjj Cinci. 2 5 1 5 4 4 4 1 4 5 3 2 Houston 3 4 2 I. j. 11 j. .5 3 3 4 2 5 1 3 2 2 5 7 2 1 Montreal 232201213014 New York 51 344411 2233 Prwl.

442554512334 Pitt. 6 3 2 2 1 2 4 2 1 5 3 4 SUouis 122 1 Hi2 1 I 1 5 S. Diego 232144333215 S.Fran. 2 1 2 3 1 3 14 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Home Runs Kinsman, New York Schmidt, Philadelphia Foster, Cincinnati Monday, Chicago Morgan, Cincinnati Cey, Los Angeles Runs Batted In 47 43 43 41 40 Foster, Cincinnati Schmidt, Philadelphia Kingman, New York Perezi Cincinnati Morgan, Cincinnati Pitching Won Lost 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 Pet 1.000 .875 .833 .800 .778 .750 Motlack, New York Keea, pniiaaeipnja Freisleben, San Diego Jones, San Diego Hough, Los Anqeles Lonborg, Philadelphia Kaat, Philadelphia .750 I i Atcala. Cincinnati.

Gullett, Cincinnati. Transactions BASEBALL 1 OAKLAND (AL) Ma I or league commissioner Bowie Kuhn voided the sale of Joe Rudi and Rollie Fingers to Boston and Vida Blue to. New York. 'PITTSBURGH (NL) Signed Its draft pick pitcher James Parke and Its No. 20 draft pick catcher Jeffrey Mlncey.

TORONTO (AL) Named Peter Bo-vasi chief operations officer. Bavasl is currently vice president and general managlir of San Diego (NL). COLLEGES SOUTH DAKOTA Named Beanie Cooper athletic director. He will also remain as head football coach. YALE Named Carmen Cozza athletic director.

He will also remain as head football coach. FOOTBALL BUFFALO (AFC) Signed Its No. 8 draft Dick auard Art Mearfowrrnft trnm Minnesota. Signed free aqents linebacker Mike Taylor and defensive tackle Marty Smith. WASHINGTON (NFC) Signed free agent defensive end Lem Burnhom.

International League Pet. GB Syracuse 35 25 .583 Rhode Island 36 28 .563 1 Rochester 30 27 526 3Vi Memphis 29 29 .500 5 Charleston 28 32 .467 7 Richmond 28 33 .459 7'A Toledo 29 35 .453 8 Tidewater 27 33 .450 8 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Memphis 10 Rhode Island 2 Rochester 1 Richmond 0 Syracuse 5 Charleston 4 Tondo 7 Tidewater 3 TONIGHT'S GAMES Memphis at Rhode Island Rochester at Richmond Syracuse at Charleston Toledo at Tidewater THURSDAY'S RESULTS 1 Charleston 5 Rhode Island 3 Syracuse 6 Memphis 3 Richmond 6 Toledo 4 Rochester 3 (11 Inns.) Tidewater 2 R.I. Sox lose, 10-2 At Pawtucket. R.I. Memphis 010 101 070 10 11 0 Rhode Island 000 010 010 2 5 1 McLaughlin and Allietta; Burton, Barr (6), Kreuger (8), Bravton (8) and Whit.

LP Burton. HRs Javier, Hob-" son. 1 football game Ch. 5, 6 and 9, 9 p.m.. EAST Poa.

School 0 Dorsey WR Tenn. St. 8 Kruczek, OB BC 18 Dickinson QB Miss. Vail. 24 Steinfort PK BC 25 Hunter DB Grambling 26 Jennings RB Maryland 30 Brasweil DB W.

Virginia 33 Bolton RB Fisk 35 Dulek LB Michigan 37Schultz RB Maryland 42 Scales WR Grambling 44 Leonard -DB Va. Union 47 Testerman RB Clemson 48Moeller OB Navy 49 Stock DE Notre Dam 50 Bushak LB Navy 52 Gluchoski W. Virginia 57 McCartney DE Tenn. 61 Demopoulous Miami 63 Johnson OG Georgia 65 Coder DT Penn St. 70 Simon OT Grambling 73 Lee DT Beth-Cook 74 Williems DT Mississippi 75 Harper OT Illinois St.

78 Johnson DT Florida SI. 82 McCreary TE Tenn. St. 85 Evans DE Miss. Coll.

86 St. Clair DE Grambling 69 Burton TE Vanderbilt WEST 11 Myer OB N. Mexico 17 Blount OB Tulsa 18 Bell WR Arizona 19 Downing CB Missouri 24 Green CB Texas Tech 26 Jordan Texas Tech 30 Kunz RB Colorado 40 Haynes CB Arizona St. 48 Fetters FB Iowa 52 Hellig Arizona St. 54 Elrod LB Oklahoma 55 Olsen BVU 58 Huddleston LB Utsh 59 Muckensturm LB Ark.

St. 69 Bolinger OT Long Beach St. 70 Hamilton OG Tulsa 72 Woodcock OT- Hawaii 74 Hughes OT Baylor 75 Scott OT Kansaa 76 Simons DT Minnesota 77 Lloyd DE W. Texas St. 78 Gates OT BVU 79 Moore DT Arizona St.

81 Hill TE Texas Al 87 Berg PK N. Mexico 89 Marshall WR Missouri McMath LB Mormngsid Reed across for win, down tor losses Pro soccer No. American League NORTH DIVISION Pts GF GA Toronto 8 3 63 15 9 Chicaao 7 5 59 20 17 Hartford 5 5 43 13 22 BOSTON 5 4 45 15 12 Rochester 4 6 40 16 15 EAST DIVISION Pts GF GA New Yorl- 8 4 73 27 15 Washington 8 4 68 20 12 Tampa Bov 8 3 65 19 12 Philadelphia 4 7 36 12 20 Miami 2 10 19 7 20 SOUTH DIVISION Pts GF GA Dallas 3 65 17 11 Los Angeles 6 4 50 15 18 San Jose 5 6 47 16 18 San Antonio 5 6 44 14 13 San Diego 4 32 9 II WEST DIVISION Pts GF GA Vancouver 6 5 51 15 12 Minnesota 5 5 50 22 15 Seattle 4 6 36 12 14 Portland 4 5 34 10 12 St. Louis 3 10 33 15 25 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Rochester 3 Miami 1 New York 3 Toronto 0 Minnesota 3 Washinaton 0 Tampa Bay 2 San Dieaa 0 TONIGHT'S GAMES Minnesota at BOSTON Chicago at Hartford Portland at St. Louis San Dieao at Seattle Tampa Bay at Los Anaeles Vancouver at San Antonio NO GAMES THURSDAY Football 'season' opens tonight LUBBOCK, Tex.

The 1976 football season opens tonight with an all-star game filled with non-household names. Five months after the 1975 season ended with the playing of the Pro Bowl in New Orleans, it all starts again with the Coaches All-America game. The future of this 16- 1, ia iiiuuii in doubt and the size of the crowd at Texas Tech's Jones Stadium Saturday nigrit might well decide whether there will be a game next year. Skinner (51. Irvine (6), and Bone.

HR Marvell (DH), 2. Mass Envelope 11, Conley 5 at Fallon Field Mass Envelope 222 003 211 13 3 Conley Club 103 010 0 5 3 Mass Envelope Wennik and Janu-arv; Conlev Brown and Loiek. Fittons 3, Orioles 3 3, Orioles 3 ot Casey Field Fittons 000 001 203 5 4 Orioles lio 000 003 2 Fittons Chloffi, Nanlo (4) ond Cuc-cia. Orioles Nolan, Smith (7) and Tan-ous, ChiavaroM (7). NO GAMES TONIGHT For pro results, call 265-6600 p.m.

Kickoff is set for EDTUCh. 5, 6, 9). as. afcjX4te4afc.iaw.ua iOs asjsj.

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