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'9" ""i 1 San Joaquin The county fairs T2WS ARENA Stockton handicap By Ed Romero , Tuesday, Aug. 7 Post Time 1 P.M. Clear a nd Fast (Selections aouear in order of rMndicapoer' preference ) BEST BET BANK ME, 12M BEST CHANCE BKT PHANTOM CIRCUIT. 10th LONGMIOTS 1-ACRODOTT 5 MILMAR BAHE S-STFH IT Ul I-BATTLt SUE S-tASTtR SUNDOWN lu-PMANTM C IRCUIT 3-flLITMt IMAGE 7-SOlOMANS WOtl.D l-tlf BRA Itf 4- MS HOCK.OHV PIT A OH f RANK R 12-SUNNIF. ST DAY l'580-'ST RACIHtl Ikacta) ApDaioosa; 4 furiongf: 1. 4 end I vear slot; maidens; purse 1)400 Imtea PP Horse lackey Wt Comments F541 Flt.9 F469 F--41 F',41 F517 F469 I F469 12 14 U 11 HEIR APPARENT Vlgren WILD CHAMACA Ranhin CLS BUCK CftFCK C Will Y-0 SWIFT REWARD Lws ACRODOTT R'ipy ROYAL COVER RO'hoa SPLIT-N-GO Mi-'iaez a-AMERICA-BEAtHF L 0 LITTLE YOl V AHiiidyrf BAFFLED PRINCESS Vij I-KYO Mil LIONS Pond z-a-KING ALFBT Uwif.s I-MANlTOu SIS A.lrdyce t-MiSS HIGH TONE Poll" 121 Just dtioul tl 1 1 e i i? Gooii m-ck swonfl 1 1 ' Cti. move : tor 1 I 7 R.Mliv 10 H'lp'VH 1?1 B'M rfwee dm 117 tmurovt-nu-'it 15. due U2 Mhv nn'il outint lib TdU DO.."! JCt.O' 'C S C PATCH 0 112 Broke in a ta"Kie l: 7 Li'tWl Partly i;n 1'irr 1)7 5 CPA T C H E 0 i.2 SCRATCHED life SC R A T C H E D L'CQi'L.SECOND RACt-Quarter horse: 8)0 yams 3 year r T yJ claiming, J35uO, purse S2000. 7- i j- I 'i ? 5- 1 6- 1 8- 1 12-1 1M 20-1 12-1 Olds; hide i PP Horse F521 FS7I F5l8 F571 F57I F494 F57I F487 Jockey Wt 6 SWIFT SHADOW AH-rtyc ii'lH.. 1 BUST EM UP Riiay . - Lr Comments i.J t'.in- -tid OnMs ROCKY SuERTE Lu( me 1 i9 Rf, em tan at-rmt CHANTlTO Youi'Kien 5 BATTLER SUE Mjmu 7 TRUE SIX Lawit'st 4 BRASS DOE Ra"!.i 8 GO 6W0L GO D e :.'ri i.J 5,jlt-. IIK;Pf, l-t'ri'lCL' 1.7 tat1',' rn,iiic? omv ti-1 119 T i Oirt-nr-'fi Hv ,rf'ne :0"1 114 Traivn at 40-i jtf-l 1 i Jt F),,!-!! .-tr iM, ' 'i'i ' ,5-1 F591- THIRD PACt-SH iHrtenKV maiden tiis.es 2 year olds; Claiming, $10,000: purse $2600: Comments Jockey Wt NieDia x. Oi e' ' - ' f?.--t : i r. S-i- ' i . w InrJea PP Horse F4'5 1 MlSSTHEONF F4U? 8 CRACK NOANCC Felton IT 3 MRS KAY W S"iK. I'7 F487 2 MAGAlENA Anti-r ) i2 ; BliThf image Hav. i'.i.. .;; F378 6 FLFFT GODDFSS D'Ef", ! ' 10 STtF L FOF'Ml II- Hah:' i!7 F45 9 MY SHINING LADY M ,m. i . H -PUBAH'S BANDIT Slut, i." 17 F2r)8 5 PHAHlAH ZACA WHiil;'P F307 4 WHIWl ING Aliard.tf 1? z-iMAQUiCKlE (.Onto 14 l BONNY MUD JOmj F307 11 -LITTLE BO PFACE C.r- Onds i'i W l 0"tsnoi DO W But- it b. tc.t 5 t-R A r C H I i ' 7 !' ' j..i-0 .f.-i 117 19tja- ,i i.'l-i 11 SCRATCH 11 S C R A TC H !i? SCR A T C H b 1 c o i 0 10 F592- FOURTH PACE-(1I nan ot Omy OouOie) Sm turloncs maiden fillies. 3 and 4 year oids. cd'"m.. Smdl'u. uure J2fcOO Indei PP Fir 4 "i F4H4 10 1 J fc 8 2 1 4 5 Fi28 F41 F4C4 f A44 F4I2 F411 FM FA.' 12 13 Fe.'l 11 F507 14 Horse ot'ie'w". "GLAMOrTuUE Snii.nn lT'i PORT WINE k CIRL NOIilO IGNOM'NiA LOI'dlo GOLDrN MurFET Y,vk !:' M'Sr. HICKORY PIT M.i ir-MiSS Ti(,t j.nu A""lyr ' ': CATCHA CANOE Hvsck ; IS SuSHtLL J LA Mil JO MAR P,,i.,j KATTCHAN Scr i-rt I TpiMUNOO C 3 i ". VANITY CODE CO'o' . n !.'! z TEGY RO"-oa H OBLIGING PEARL Drrs li'j r tif.'ii iK.ri j. ,. -, . SC BAT CH SCO A T C w SCR A T LH SC PATCH t-B e a t o L'COl -T'FTH RCEH2"d rial' ot Oaity Ooubet Sm lurionirs rj'J tildes and mares; 3 year olds ano uu. Lia'nnn. $j!lhi purse $2(00. Horse racing roundup Sacto betting decline SACRAMENTO Gulden Bear Raceway ended its m-niyht iiKftiiiH with Jim Todd H winning tils first driving rh.tmi!iiiisl,ii The avyt-ar-old sun f trainer .lim Twld ended the meet with 51 victorifs tu narrov.ly edge Steve Desomer, of Elk Grove. Rfsomor, who had won five straight driving hanipionships here between 1972 and 1976, had 49 victories. The younger Todd, who hails from Santa Ana, had only taken up driving seriously earlier this year. He had been an occasional catch driver and some times substituted for his father prior to 1U79. The harness meet showed a dinline in both attendance and waiienne over the previous year on an average basis this year's meet was tj9 nichts compared to last year's 44 tuchLv AUi'inlaiiie was 244.102 and averaued per day compared to last year's 4.2!13. Waeerina totaled $lH.15fi,791 and averaged i'f4 i.Vi compared to last year's $;J28W. At Del Mar: Before a track-record crowd of 24,707 ycrtorday, Always Gallant drove in the stretch to catch fading bad N Biy and win the $54,550 San Dieeo Handicap. Hidden by Darrel Mcllargue and toting 118 pounds, Always Gallant covered 1 116 miles on the turf in 1.41 and as a siicht favorite paid Sri on the winning end. fd N Big fell back by 'i' t lengths. Blondie's Dancer was third. At Monticello. N Y.: "When they crossed the wire, I didn't think we had won." said Sam Sehulsinger. coowner of Happy Motunng. "I was at an angle." But driver Bill PopfuiKer. who had a better seat, knew that Happy Motoring had won yesterday's $250,U00 Monticello Handicap for 3-year-old pacers, edging pacesetter Tijuana Taxi by a nose. It was a s(ie ue ular win for Happy Motoring, his seventh in 13 starts tfus year, and it was accomplished in the excellent time of L57 .') 5 for the mile to return $7.20, $5 and lnde PP Horse JOCkey Wt Comments Ooos F3S? 7 PILFERED PURSE Hani,a , b .,; F3n2 1U ROBiN KATV J Ocnoa : .4 -. - F4M) 4 BAWSSTfTL 5- . . !'.! Hi.; h AWAY DANCER H v ' f . V UVi Hli.MOPhHt: Few-, . i -. F4,0 l ElFGAnt m DC.E A'-tUf.; c F3H2 'i PR'Nv.t r!i'j MAY DAY p, ;frj B'Di.. r F4,t) 8 STAP 60PN fS(l ! , J T. i-i ,; ,J Fi.'O 5 HOOK shoe E.S.mcnp 114 5W. F520 3 DADDY S DE IMA W nick IH U5d' Drag racer killed L'COJ SITH RACt-Sn furioniiS mmden Miies. 3 and 4 year I J ?4 oids, claiming, 185Q0. purse JibJU Indei F412 F412 FV8 F4'! F4'l F?r,8 FV.8 F 4b2 F2'5 F424 F2'r? F8 PP Horse JockeyJrVt Comments Odds X-CAl QUAKE Allardyce Hi SCRATCHED CHIPPY MVET Stam'iKi US Can 'V.irov-M-I 4-1 DUHHf D A DAME Hrsc . 10 IvikK-a rtitir v I'-'" 4-1 SuN LM CO ant" i li B.--S.t;.y nifeO V? ANN FLARE E S"rn U') S C R A T C H E U f AS T f P SUNDOWN " US T'Ou-5!1')V V-V W-l QUtFNOFACES DiKKrs 1 IS 1 ,i'"1 : .1 tuan I i1 " 'J-i bLEAMNG MiSTS Amoy iiS 6 jivm .'" Ort-HK i2-i Out Y13TA Hanna i 10 B,:K "ust n.'.r bAHt S SUNG Md'Cici i ;u 2i r r '! ' are 2"-i Ai-flTi? Ga'ca itcjboi-a 'k? '-' ''jn '-.-i tPONDWYN No Boy 120 S C R A T C H E-0 MAji stiC pFTRina P'.y ii; T-.i . 0 ,) j('-i ePCTTY MEG Co anp" 10 S C R A T-C H-E D 14 KANSAS (TTY. Mo. A drag racer moving at about 200 mUtrs jiei huur craslied into a guard rail late Saturday at Kansas City International Raceway and was killed. John (Mjorn, .'O, Tulsa. Ok!a., was taken to St, Joseph Hospital in Kansas City by a helicopter that was at the raceway at the time of the wreck, but he died about a half hour later. Track officials said Osborn was driving his 1978 Plymouth Arrow funny car when a blower exploded about l.(XI0 feet down the dragwav. Oil was thrown on the windshield, and officials said ' ln n apparently could not see where he was going. He died of massive internal injuries. It was the ecoiid fatality at the raceway in its 12-year history. L'CQCSIMEHTH PACI-Ouarter horse 440 yaros 3 year oids and StOCktOil TeSllltS Monday, Aug. 6 I ' up; starter allowance, purse J2000 Indei PP Horse Jockey F4 ;7 4 BET YOUR WALLET Airy (F4'(li 9 PRINCESS POM Onene s (FS42) 3 TiMfc AN3 ACA N -' ( 121) 8 KfllH DUt S'a' . r- F4'j b StOlOMAN'S WOP, O A. ..I F5-4 7 POCKtTS Of GulD M.i.i F4k-. ! TRuCKLE TO M U F3l' ? PL-NeLlk EAWATO V m F5v4 S WhOlOgy L, - Wt Comn J Cd-i i'-i- Oitn 8 90 5 40 FIPST - 1,-ve Sky : N L'"'t (Ct S: ,v i Ono IP"( COljCiIHI t.Ac i.i 1 I) paid S208 4B. 51LONB T.'ne 18 ) ri - Ct, i.-y-; 7 Q 3 SO V k: i b.tiO r,4 I i 25 3C :.80 2 4U THIRD - Timp 113 4 Jewel s Rvet (Yihj Ttird Trig (HmltnJ BaidJtin (Rankin) 7.00 3 40 6 20 3 60 4 40 620 I-Cl),AEIGHTH RACEIE lactd I .' 7 41 year olds, Cai Sin liinnn claiming 1 s. maidens purse W.f 3 and 4 Indei I F4M F447 F481 F3 ! F41! F4..0 F!l F3 1 F44 F48) F 400 F37f. JOCkey 2 OUGHT TO WIN StMnfS SAI LT ALLlLu t 1. i 1 o, MR j B i J 0'.-i: a: S t -INVESTMENT FJi.DFR K 1 ; 1 N.-, HOME GROWN LAO Mt'O I lo Net DP FPA'JK P Ct , , :; t : (,i'H Of N BiV6T T w.; .) T" -,i a: OFFTOBATTuE P'ic i;cl-i'i.i, UiANT.UM W .t.' '-' - ' . -B T S HOPE Ai'Otr-,u- S L P -A MiHAMONit SldiiM'Oj 1 Ni, rt-.e-MP TAYLOR Ff.16.1 i.t 1 ..I! f KCMC'NT OP'VE Li...' . ,:i Hf GALA AFFAiP Hvv j. : : D .fkc Comme-.ts S CH 4 t'tH C J Orlds C Or- Ploy Bettor Golf with JACK NICKLAUS I' ll ti V -h fc I iCO"7HINTH RACF-(Cacta) Su furionfs 3 yeai en r Zy7 ltl2.S00 1t.00U). puise (8000: ciaiimi'r . Indei PP Horse Jockey Wt (F440I 3 MISCHIEF MAKER AuMnilO C'a.n.t MAO TRAVtLFR StailngS 1 ' ;..o DANCiNG CtANvA ti 114Fo'i STEEL IT ALL U'tvis 1!4 Fa- i IDlt HOlME Anderson J0rt BuK M Comments F4'(l 4 Far, 5 1807) 2 F495 1 iw.rn' exscoTiON Ot- ..eic.H iiHOT it &V1UV IN--Lui6r4C S O &V HOW -(fL- I '.ClvRE IT rvgNTRU'y. t-. . "- ' Oti H hopmvi f- "Mini FXtf HEHPSfiL. I WflC-f-j'. e: ot aODES5 RCCOF-'Q'NQ TO mn 't-ireNDEn art J Jr , 4 VI a.1 1 L'COU-TENTH RACE-(Enacta) Sm lurioiius; 3 yea' uio- claiming, $10.0110 8000; purse Jbiiou jockey wr Inder. PP Horae ;37t, 5 NASCINTO Colanen 1. F 40f. t RISING REY Lawless 1 F478 1 SPANulF S ANo BF.DS 5 li'tHd F4 '8 3 ( hck S Tt APuPOP BO liiMu F48't 4 Pt-ANTOM C'RCL-'T Wnk lib 8n F42'l 2 HAPLfcY an i. aye. US'.'. F429 1 BLUE FYFD BRONF ES 113 Am 3 Stai (,(. .... ., y- t'NA PLfiNNiNQ TO HIT THE &F1U MOtH STRRIGHT. Vjf(5(3L.e THfe CL-L-'B STRAIGHT BACK RFJO FORTH . RLONG WV TBRGET UINES (A). r ft GOING FOR ft FADE, I WAGGLE ON fl &D6HTUV OJT-TO-IN UINfe(&). I - s F'Ott-lLfwfN PACE-Si furlotms. lili es; J and 4 year " allowance; purse $9000: Indei PP Horse Jockey Wt F479 F479 F22U F4(-i 23!, F393 F4b7 DRAFTt'BREf 2E Clanen MAUI LEI FLYING JEN LUSTY TPY DFBPA LEA blu OOIN S CADY MA Muno2 Kllhlll n.ii K E SdiiCt.e 1-"J Pi. yy 1.4 He- Bu.iiLeK ii.. i Jj Slaii'iiKi ii La. , Sunt Hor Oliis r 5 2 PND (F CM FITTetYtPTlNG I WJRSGL.E ON R - SUI&HTUT IN -TO -OUT PflTH(C). Pil r-r-v -t-.i a" - a. r-irnATWELFTH RACE-(Enacta) 1-116 mnes; 3 year oids and I itr u up. claiming, $b5OO-E0O0; purse SnrjOO Indei PP Horse Jockey Wt Comment F4) 7 BANK ME tu.ito 1 1 :i A Roinr s B.-V (F512) 4 SWIM'S WALLET Klmnnx.H Easy Air ( ,i .' F3.0 6 CFrEUlBILlTY Anarnyce US Form 'Jt-. -.o-F4 5 HUNGRY SMHmps i '5 F air t-y a-: 1i F526 3 SUNNIEST DA f RCc:rja ' J. .... :. F324 1 JOF:Y BABA Au'.t-n xl 14 R-ceni n n: .1 F4't8 2 PA20P SHARP E Sncnu Hi TraiitjU a. .'',:- xb irs aoprentice aiAC claunt?d - Also eligible. Del Mar resultssunaay Aug. S i-i 7-2 7-2 FIRST- T,rr.f 09 Narrrjt, Aav iV. Hrg. vyQ 7.00 Royai Hooter snirriaeri 1060 Wnea' ' VtCarrcn. Si ratrrwd WirlrJ P!edsure SFCOFtO- Time l;0 2 HiHnfrac !V'"!la' ' II 20 60 Dancvn Tim (Pifirct) 10 40 Terr.icriai ( Tore1 0ty OoutHe (I II pud w; nC THIRD- Tnie I 41 Reiacncn iPincaY, 5 40 ti OC Bom Figeoi IMcCarron) 17.40 Rova T V (Tore-; ISEiatta 1 7-3 ) oami;; 0G Srra'cnto-Cacm.e. Trie Mel FOURTH Time 1:10! PagsnNasliui llWtCtrni 17.20 6 60 rVtmevOr Eats (Han) HO TirnsC1Hr-o ICtH-uas) FIFTH- T.-if 1 it 2 Smasher iSOftnaker) 400 ?60 MagrMer ILas'arieaai j Ml Tre-BitslPr.el i Electa (Ml eaie $30 00. Scraicnea-Krsor SIXTH l:i-e . OwlnorJ isnotmanr' ' i .0 . . (: Tnou'airee (Utriai'OL.v.,.fri It kj NaieoSk)- 'Vcd'-oni bcrdicyin urik i.U'l., r-..Uiii is ways Dr.li.,nrn StytNTti- lin i:IS.Z GoodLcrr: iSrijeTake' ; l-.jC 3 00 VorJuiiC 'PiiCdVi ; &0 Gra.t-inayuf tVcCa nj1 S5 Eracta r?4i imio s.m.mi. S, '-' ea-Sr iat.j-" EIGHTH- T r, ! 4 1 San Dieqc Handicap A'waviGa av .:-...r' 6.00 370 &ao an iiea,nimsd,ei 3 00 blOiniP Da,;r,..- iP:,.,..iyj FPNTH- Tin e 1 1; 4 Hiiiaigi. fCttfyy.'. 6 4" 3 ) Rare. Ctiff-e . ir Hig- 4 40 ryi(rr, Puree Eacta 1 2; Oditt ve00 Scra'crerJ-rop Hki.i t V Derree Ceridi R.tr Pr-,,d A'le'-rJd'if-t tJ .'0 Hd. Cir Si Wbl, gSports Calendar (teleision and radio information is proyided by stations.) TELEVISION TODAY Baseball Giunts ys. Ductgets. t7,l I) 5:00 p.m. RADIO TODAY Baseball -Giants vs Dodgers, KNBr (680) 4:40 p.m. Baeboll-Anges vs.. A's, KXRX ( 1 500) 7: 15 p.m. Horse Rottnj Stockton results, (26) 7;30 & 10:30 p.m. TELEVISION TOMORROW Hotsc Rating Stockton results, (26) 7:30 & 10:30 p.m. RADIO TOMORROW Baseball-Pa vs. Giants, KN6R (680) 7: 10 p.m. Baseball-Artels vs. A s, KXFiX ( 1 500) 7; 15 p.m. In the Say Area TODAY Park, 1 .05 p.m.; Catitomta An- BnseboH Calttomia Angels 9 vs. Oakland A's, Oakland vs Ookwid A s, Oaklood Colt- Cofeeum, 7.30 p.m. seorn 7:30 p.m. Hone Racing Thorough- Horte Rocmg Thorough- breds. Son Joaqum County Far, breos, Son Joaoum County Far, . Stockton, test post 1 p.m. Stockton, trit post I p.m. THURSDAY TOMORROW ioieball Son Diego Baseball San Diego PooVes vs. Giants, Candlestick Poes ys Grants,, Carxfestick Pk, 1.05 p.m. Patk, 7 35 p m ; Cat'orma An- Horse Racing Thorough- geis vs. A s, Oakland Coliseum, br. San Joaquin County For, 7: 30 p m Stockton, frst post I p.m. Horse Rocma Thorough- fRIDAY breds. Son Joaoum County Far, BosebcrH Los Angeles Stockton, trst post I p.m. IJdgerr, v Giants, Candlestick Park, 7 35 p m WEDNESDAY Hone Racing Thorough- Boteball San Diego breds, San Jooautn County Fair, Pocres vs. Giants, CandtesttcK Stockton, trst post I pro. Digest Mon., Aug. 6, 1979 tonWr S.F. EXAMINER Pag 53 Tomjanovich suit jury selection on HOUSTON (UPI) Potential Jurors were urged today to say whether they had prior opinions on whether Rudy Tomjanovich and the Houston Rokcets deserve more than il million in damaees from the Los Angeles Lakers for Kermit Washington's 1H77 punch to Tomjanovtch's face. "Can you put everything you've read and heard aside? Can you take a seat to the Jury box and base your derision on what you read, hear and see in the courtroom?" U.S. District Judge John V. Singleton asked as Jury selection began in the case. "Don't feel self-conscioas about standing up and saying, 'No, judge, I cant be fair.' " Six jurors will hear the trial of Tomjanovich's $1.8 million damage suit consolidate with a Rockets suit for $1.6 million in damages. Both claim damages from the Lakers because Washington punched Tomjanvich during a game in Los Angeles Dec. 9, 1977. Washington has said he thought Tomjanovich was running at him to hit him. Tomjanovich, a Rockets' forward and team captain, claimed he rushed downcourt to try to break up a fight and had no intention of hitting Washington. Tomjanovich, who was introduced to potential jurors, sustained a concussion, broken jaw and nose and missed the rest of the 1977-78 season. He required extensive surgery to rebuild his collapsed face and to repair a torn tear duct. Since the Incident, which Singleton described as an "occurrence," Washington has been traded twice. He now plays for the San Diego Clippers. "This lawsuit is a rather celebrated lawsuit," Singleton told the 41 potential Jurors. "1 would imagine that most of you probably have read or heard something about this lawsuit." One potential juror disqualified himself because of his business relationship with Kenneth Schnitzer, a part owner of the Rockets. Another jury pool member said he was a friend of Rockets' forward Dwight Jones but said that relationship would not affect his evaluation of the evidence. He was left in the jury pool pending strikes by lawyers. Laker's lawyers earlier tried to have the trial moved to Los Angeles, arguing that was the location of the fight, but Singleton rejected the, request. Seibold horseshoe champ STATESV1LLE, N.C. Mark Seibold of Huntington, hid., won the world horseshoe pitching title yesterday with '2A victories and four losses during the six-day round robin competition. He averaged 82.6 ringers. Japanese group wants Mariners SEATTLE Two of the six owners of the Seattle Mariners admit they have talked to a representative of a Japanese group which is interested in acquiring the third-year American League baseball club. "It could happen," replied Lester Smith, one of the six Mariner partners, when asked if the team could be sold. Smith and Stan Colub said they had talked with Taul Watanabe, an American spokesman for the Japanese group, which reportedly has made a $9 million offer for the Mariners, However, Smith said he knew nothing about the offer, Sambo may be Olympic sport MOSCOW Sambo, a form of wrestling combining judo, freestyle and other grappling techniques, will be proposed as an Olympic sport by the Soviet Union, Japan and Spain , the Russian national coach said yesterday. Vladimir Volkov, who trains the Soviet sambo team, said the three nations will ask the International Olympic Committee at the next general session to add the sport to the 1980 Moscow Summer Games. The name sambo stands for self-defense without weapon. It was developed more than 40 years ago in the Soviet Union Muncey wins hydro title SEATTLE Veteran hydro racer Bill Muncey wrapped up the 1979 unlimited hydroplane championship yesterday by whining his third consecutive Seattle Seafair Trophy race in the Atlas Van Lines. Steve Reynolds, driving the Nevada-owned Circus Circus, broke first across the starting in the final heat and led wire to wire. But officials ruled he jumped the starting gun by a fraction of a second, forcing hun to run an extra lap. Bay boy wins decathlon BOZEMAN, Mont. Tom McGraw of Los Gatos, Calif , scored 3194 points yesterday to set a National Junior Olympics record for boys 16 and 17 years of age in the AAU Junior Olympics Decathlon Championships. He scored 848 points in the hurdles with a time of 15 seconds and cleared 14 feet for 876 points in the pole vault. Todd files grievance SEATTLE Jim Todd, veteran righthander now with the A's, has filed a grievance with the Major League Baseball Players' Association against the Seattle Mariners, the club he pitched for last season. Todd, 31, claimed the Mariners let him go Feb. 8 because he had requested salary arbitration over his contract. Scoreboard Nla AMERICAN LEAGUE A's, 9-8 Oakland Seattle abrliM abrhoi Henderson If 4 0 00 Cru!2t) 4 12 0 Vumriyct 4 000 RJonescf 5 2 3 3 G'OMlO 3 1 1 0 Bnt'ie )t 5 I JO Newmanc 3 I 0 0 Horlwi dn SI 00 Rr.rp,lD 5 3 4 S Never 5112 Pige nn SIIO Pacoren rl 5 1 2 3 A.rrasrt 5 2 2 4 StinsonC 3 0 10 Cna-uft 4 0 1 0 Rooeris if 4 ' 1 0 Pcooioss 4 0 3 0 Menatuau 2 000 M'txxirneiS 10 0 0 BVp-nss 10 00 Totals 37 1 1? Totals 40 i 13 S Oakland 010401 003- Seattle 410000003- E-P:ccirjio. Montague. DP Seame I. LOB-Oaniaid 7, Seatrie 7. 26-oo?rts, G-oss. Cnam. HR-Petiore 13'. Rever.Tg 2 01), Armas 2 (101. Jones (Hi. Wever 117). SB-Crui. S-Henotrym, Siinson. IP H RERBBSO Oakland HrwAH) 6 9 5 2 15 Hamilton (SJ) 3 4 3 3 0 3 Seattle D-esster 32-3 7 5 5 ! 2 fVWiague(LH) 2 2 112 1 Union 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 R Slem 2 2 3 3 2 4 T-2 41 A-60K Reuscnei ?i-3 5 4 4 0 1 Anoe-sen 22-3 6 3 3 0 0 Pamon dhcm ic 2 toners in 5tn. T-2 22 A-45.W4 Angels, 11 7 First Game CALIFORNIA MINNESOTA abrltbi abrtiN Miller c' 5 I 32 Peweiirf 5 120 Laniford3t) 5 110 W'ltong 2b 4 2 2 1 Foran 5124 Lendreaicf 4 13 1 Beviordh 4 1 2 1 Goodwin ID 2 2 10 Downingc 4 0 0 0 Jacusonott 3011 RuohI 5 2 3 1 Smaiievss 5 13 4 ' GricnJb 412?Adamsif 1000 A.ers lb 3 1 00 Edwarrjill 4 0 0 0 Carloads si 4 3 2 0 Cjtmagerjtt 1000 Norwood dtl 2 0 0 0 Wvltegar c 4 0 10 Casnnolb 30 10 Morales oh 10 0 0 Randaii JO 0 0 00 Totals 3 11 IS 10 Totals J 7 M 7 CaMomie OOOW 110-11 Mmeuta 3tfOoioo-7 E Lantfeaun, Smaller. DP Minnesota 1. LOB Catnrnia 4, Minnesota S. 2B Goodwin, Cesiino, Rudi, Jacnson. 3B Camoantris. HR-Smauev (70!. YViifonn (6), Ford 115). SB-Norwood. S-W'ltong SF-Bavior. IP H RERBBSO California Aase 21-3 7 5 5 0 1 L4Rocne(W4) 4 6 2 2 0 2 OearlS 11) 22-3 I 0 0 2 2 A s averages BATTING AB M HP RBI AvR Revering 2 85 n 4; .?87 Matn 133 V 2 I? .278 E.sian 110 51 7 2b 768 Murony 229 61 5 18 .21)6 Henderson 159 4? 0 8 2b4 Armas 209 53 ' 10 30 .251 P.ige 371 93 9 35 .251 F"cciOlO 186 46 1 14 .247 Edwards 301 74 1 20 .246 Nttyvman 356 8? 19 56 .230 Cnaik 133 30 0 11 .226 Gross 136 70 10 39 .222 Guerrero 133 28 0 11 .211 Kiutts 73 14 1 4 .19 Murray 108 37 2 17 .183 Biyant 103 18 0 12 .175 R.imirez 61 9 0 2 .148 Walhs 56 6 0 1 .107 Others 181 36 1 10 .199 Totals 3679 871 80 372 .237 PITCHING IP tR W-L ERA McCatty 104 44 7-0 373 Hamilton 71 31 2-4 3 9? HeaverlO 69' 1 33 3-9 4 28 Landlord 138'. 69 6-12 4 50 Kingman 50'. 27 2-4 4 86 Morgan 48'. 26 2-6 4 87 Norris 85 51 3-4 5 40 Ldcey 46. 28 1-5 540 KeouBh 130'. 85 0-13 5.88 Mmetto 72 49. 1-3 6.12 Todd 63 46 2-5 6 57 Otfiers 96'. 49 3-8 4 56 Totals 970'. 534 32-784.494 Zann 4 I 5 S 1 2 Eric!on(Lrj-7) 3 5 5 4 1 2 Se-jm 2 2 110 0 2artn oitcned to 3 batters in 5Ht. T-2 . Twins, 7-1 Second Oame CALIFORNIA MINNESOTA abrhM abrhM MWrcf 3 0 0 0 Powell rt 3211 Lanstord30 4 0 1 0 Wiitongfc 2 10 0 Forart 4 000 Landreaxcf 3121 Savor dn 3 0 00 Goodwin dn 4123 A'tcens IB 4 110 Smanev ss 10 0 0 R'jd if 3 0 1 0 Casnnoss 3 0 0 0 Dorotioec 3 000 Aoamslt 2 100 Downing oh 1 0 0 0 Edwards If 10 0 0 ' thon2rj 403 1 CuboageJt)' 3 10 0 Anderson ss 3 0 0 0 VVynegar c 2 0 0 0 Carewofl 0 0 0 0 JacKson lb 30 II Totals 32 I 6 I Totals 27 7 1 4 California 010 000 000 1 Minnesota 010 210 OUT-7 E Anderson. DP-Minnesoia 1. LOB Caiiornta 12, Minnesota 17. 2B Lanstord. W-Grjodw-o. S8Ln0reeux. s-wmong 2, vtvnegar SF Jackson. IP H RERBBSO California EdaviLM) 4M 4 4 4 9 2 Barlow 32-j 2 3 2 3 0 Minnesota ReflfernlYVO-l) 61-3 6 I 1 4 10 Marshall (S 22) 22-3 0 0 0 3 2 HBP-by Redfern (Ford... WP-flonow. T-2 49. A-4U82. White Sox, 5-4 Saves Heaverlo 8, Lacey 4, TorJd 2, Hamilton 3 Game winning RBI PaRe 5, Gross 4, Heath 4. Murpriy 4. Armas 4, Guerrero 2, Essim 2, Pic-ciolo 2, Nevyman, Ramirez, Revering, Henderson. Indians, 6-2 First Game TEXAS CLEVELAND abrribl abrhM Riversct 5 1 10 Hargrove It 3 0 2 0 Bei'3t 4 011 Manning cf 4111 Oliver IF 4 03 1 Boncts rf 3111 Zskrf 3 0 I 0 Thornton lb 4 000 Pumamdri 3 0 1 0 Jonnson rjtt 4 113 Samweoh 1 00 0 Harrn3b 30 10 JorgensenlD 2 00 0 Hesseyc 3 110 Ellis lb 1 0 0 0 Kuicr2b 3110 Sundbergc 4 010 Veryierss 4 111 Roberts?!) 4 0 00 Norman ss 2 110 Sotxtiimtt 10 0 0 TotaH 34 29 2 Totals 31 9 6 Teyas acrtvijoD-i Cleveland 300MI9X-4 DP-Tenes 1, Cleveland 1. L06-Teas 8, Ceveiand 6. 26 Messev. MR Johnson i9j. SB Oner. S Hargrove. IP Ft ER BB SO Tnas IViMictilLM) 8 9 6(41 Cleveland BrenwM) 7 0 2 2 2 7 Monge 2 10 0 11 T-2 47. Rangers, 13 Second Game TEXAS CLEVELAND abrltbi abrltbi Riverscf 6 0 0 0 Hargrovett 3 10 0 BellSS 4 3 3 0 Manning cf 4 110 Normanss lOOOBondsrf 2 00 0 Oliver It 3 i 2 1 Norrhrl 100 0 ZiSk rf 4 3 3 4 Thornton lb 3 12 2 Jorgensenrt 1 0 1 0 Jonnson dti 3 0 0 1 Putnemtb 5 2 2 3 Harran 3 000 Ellison 5 2 3 1 Alexander c 40 00 SorJertttmM 5 0 1 2 Kwoer 2b 3D 10 Rooertsc 5lllVervwss 2 000 Bians2b 3 I I 2 Alston on 1000 Rosenoss 0 0 00 Totals 42 M 17 M Tatars W343 Teias OK 530117-14 Cleveland SO0OI OX-1 E-rierreh. DP-Cieveiand 1. LOB Teias 5, Cleveland 4. 2B-Pulnam, Bell, Zisfc, Blanks, Ellis. SB-Roberts. MR Zisk (11), Thornton (191 SB-Manning. SF Thornton, Jonnson. Blanks 2. IP H RERBBSO Darwn'WM) 41132 PatontL7-6) 4 6 7 2 1 CHICAGO TORONTO abrhoi abrltbi SOuireslb 5 0 0 0 Griffin ss 50 11 Bannister if 5 2 2 0 Bailor rf 3 110 OrtaTb 3 1 1 2 HoweMb 40 10 Befi2b 1 000 Cartydn 3 111 L Johnson dh 3 111 Cannon dn 0 10 0 Lemonct 3 122 VeJetlf 40 11 Wasnlngtnrf 7 0 0 0 Bosetti cf 3 0 2 1 Torreirf 2 0 0 0 Kusick lb 2 0 0 0 Pryorss 4 0 10 MavOerry lb 2010 Mavc 3 0 2 0 TJohnsonpr 0 0 00 Chaooesor OOOOCeronec- 4 100 Nanorodnvc OOOOAingeTh 30 10 Morrison 4 0 0 0 Solai'a Oil 1000 Totals 35 5 9 S Totals 34 4 9 4 ChKMO 4001)00010 -5 Toronto 0011020-4 E-Griffln DP-Cmrago I. LOB Chicago 6, Toronto 6 2B Bannisier, Bosetti 38 Bailor. HR-Orlo (), Lemon (12). SB-Morrison. IP H R ER BB SO CMceo Krevec (W 10-10) 6 5 2 2 3 2 Sceroerry 2 3 2 2 0 0 Hoffman 0 1 0 0 0 0 Farmer IS 6) 1 0 0 0 0 0 LemenciyMLM) 1-3 2 3 3 1 0 Moore 7 5 2 2 1 7 Buskev 12-3 2 0 0 0 I Hoffman retched 10 1 belters in 9in. HBP by Moore (Lemon). Balk-Moore T-2.J5. A 31,203. Yankees, 3-2 BALTIMORE NEW YORK abrhbi abrhM Bumrxvcf 4 000 Ranrjrjlr2b 40 10 Dauer 2b 4 0 10 whtledh 4 0 0 0 Swigwionrt 2 1 1 1 Pmiena If 4 0 0 0 Murray lb 4 111 Jacksonrf 4 110 DeCinces Jb 3010 Chembiss fb 4131 Mavitn 4 0 0 0 Netnes3b 2 112 Roenmielf 3010Brownct 30 10 AyaiaH 1 0 0 0 Gulden c 3 0 00 Demosevc 4 0 10 Kent ss 20 10 Garcia ss 2 010 Totals 31 2 7 2 Totals 30 3 1 3 Baltimore OniBOOOO-2 NewYortt ow jog am -3 E-F'oneaan. Do-New York 1. LOB Baitimo'e 6. New York 5. ?BCnamtiiss 2. Det.nces. H Singleton (27), Murray 1151, Netes (14). S-Garcia. IP H R ER U SO E Brohamer, Lercano. DP Boston 1, Milwaukee 2. LOB Boston 4, Milwaukee 5. 2B-Gentner, Rice. 38 Yount. HR Lvnn (27). SB-Ogiivie, Poouelle. S Money. SF-Coooer, Hooson. IP H RERBBSO Eckerslev (W 14-51 9 7 2 1 0 6 Sorensen (L 1212) 4 2-3 7 5 5 2 1 Miicnetl 41-3 3 2 1 0 0 T-236 Red Sox, 19-5 Second Game BOSTON MILWAUKEE abrhbi abrhbi Bunewnss 6 3 3 2 Moiitor 2b 5120 F.sk dh 6 2 4 4 Money lb 4 0 11 Lvnncf 5 2 2 3 Coooer dh 40 10 Prjouettecf 2 0)0 Davis if 4 0 0 1 Rice if 5 2 3 0 Ogiivierf 4 110 DwverH 10 10Banoo30 4 12 0 Aa'son lb 512 3 Younl ss 4 0 0 0 Hooson3o 4 12 3 Wohiiordcf 4 12 2 Brohamer 3b 2 0 0 0 Moore : 4 12 1 Etansrf 6 2 3 0 Mon'umrvc 4 110 Ai'ei'son c 2 2 10 Paoi 2b f 3 4 Totals 54 19 22 17 Totals 37 5 11 5 Boston 314 032 213- 19 Milwaukee (W1O21011- 5 fc-vVotiiford ? Yount ? Bands, Buneson. DP-Boston l, Milwaukee I LOB-Boslon II, Milwaukee 5. 26 Zisn 2 Paoi 2, Wonitord. Coooer 3B Anison. hk HoDion (18) Lvnn 128). SF- iVaison, Fish. IP H RERBBSO Boston D'a.o 3 1 0 0 0 0 Remmerswaal IW 1-0) 3 5 3 3 0 1 Burgrneier 2 4 1 1 0 2. Camobeil 1110 0 0 Milwaukee Augusnne (L 34) 2 7 6 6 1 0 Cleveland 7-3 4. 2 2 0 0 Mitchell 21-3 4 3 3 1 2 Haas 1 4 2 2 0 1 McCiure " 2 4 3 1 1 2 Castro 14 3 10 0 Augustine Diiched to 2 ba'ters m 3rd, WP-CamoDell. T-3:13. A 49,054. Royals, 3-2 KANSAS CITY DETROIT abrhM abrhM Wilson If 3 110 Moralescf 40 11 McRaedh 4 0 0 1 Whua.er 2D 3 120 Ouirkib 30 10Kemodh 40 10 Scott oh 1 0 0 0 Tnompsn lb 3 0 0 0 Terrell Jb 1000 Jones on 1000 Porterc 3 111 Summersrf 3 0 (1 0 LaCocklb 4 0 1 0 Wockntssoh 100 I Conmsrf 3ll0Greeneil 2 0 0 0 OliSd 2 010 PsrrishC 4 0 011 lrVnlle2b 4 0 0 0 Brooens3b 30 10 Pa'ek ss 3 0 11 Trammefi ss 3 i 1 0 Totals 31 3 7 3 Totals 31 2 6 2 Kansas CltV ltonoi OOn 3 Detroit 00! 00.001- 2 FJ-Brookern. DP-Kanses City 1, Detroit 1. LOB-ansas City 9, Detroit 5. 28-wnsnn, Patw. MR-Portr 03). SB- Olis, Wilson. S-Wilson. SF-f'a'eii. IP H RERBBSO Kansas CHv Leona'diW7-8, 8 5 2 2 2 8 Hraoosky 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 3u'senrjeiTy(S2) 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 Detroit Petrv(LH) 6 5 3 3 3 4 Hiller 1 V3 2 0 0 1 2 Looei i 7-3 0 0 0 2 1 Leonard Ditched to 1 bailer in 9th WP-Pelry, Leonard, Hiller. T 3.09. A -28,703. George Burns, 1? 300 Artie McNickle, 12,300 Ed Sneed, S2300 Mark McComber, 12,300 Larry Nelson, J2.300 Miller Barber, l! J00 Gil Morgan, I! 300 Lee Elder, I,6U) Lee Trevino, ji,M0 B'll Rogers.tl.600 Dave Slocklon, H.600 -ynn Jonson, S1,6I Tom Kite, St,600 Jim Masserio. llfrOO Cai Pee'e. (1,050 Sam Snead, 11,050 Jimmy Wright, $1050 Kermit Zarley, 51,050 Tommy Aaron, $704 Chi Chi Rodnguei, S704 Jim Colbert, S'04 Jim Simons, $704 Don Podgelt, S04 Bob Mann, S600 Rod Curt, Viuu John Maha'tev, S600 DeWiH Weaver. l7 Leonard Thomoson, J567 Dave Barber stl yVai'y Armstrong, J567 jim Denl, 5)67 Fuv Zoener, SW7 Keilh Fergus, V4 Barry Jaeckel, W7 RiKky Thompson, S535 kav Fioyd, S5J5 Mark Haves, 5ii5 Aus'm Straub. iiilS Ion Nmkie, i515 Jack Nickiaus, J515 Scott tss, S5-5 Ai Ge'Serger, S515 L jrmy Woklns, $100 Bobby WanVns, $500 Dean Retram, $500 Ronaid Smoak, IW Dennis Coscma, $300 71- 77-73-?S5 69- 70- 72-74-285 77-67-70-71 28S 7S-6B-7072 2S5 70- 75-70-70-2115 73-72-69-71 2Si 72- 73-70-70-285 70-71-73-73-287 70-73-72-72787 70 72-73-72-787 70- 7H70-?7 73- 09-74-71 27 7?-72-69-t4-27 69- 73-71-74-787 75- 71-70-72-258 73-7I-71-73-7S8 72- 69-72-75-788 73- 69-71-75-788 73-7M9-4-289 71- 71-72-74-28' 73-73-72-71 76- 6B-73-72 2F-9 71-75-73-70-2W 71- 73-71-75-90 72- 72-73-73 72- 74-71-73-290 73- 73-71-74 21 72fj7-74-M 74- 6-71-77-?l 74-71-73-7'! 71 7072 76-737-1 70- '5 'Hl-T"! '.3-?()-73-7-?v2 7)-,l3-:'5-7T-29! 7?-72-73-7(r-'93 74- '0-71-75-Wt 71- 73-77-72-293 73-07?-'9-?4 73-72-7 l-TS 24 73-72-78-r 1-74 73-77-7S-74 ?V4 76- lt-.V75-'t 71-75-73-7-5 77- 6S-75-76 -."Vft 75- r.-79-7S JS 77-74-7S-79-3M 7e-0-4-a8 Top Ten Bated on 275 it Bets. AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. Downing Cai 10.1 359 6,3 121 .337 KemoDet 100 370 67 123 .332 BochleSea 102 376 58 12b .332 LvnnBsn 102 380 79 125 .379 GBretlKC 106 445 81 145 .3J LeicanoMil 96 330 53 107 .324 SmailevMin 108 4 U 71 133 324 RiceBsn 107 427 81 137 .321 AOIiverTex 90 327 46 104 .318 Moiitor Mil 102 420 60 130 .310 Heme Rons Lynn, Boston, 28, Singleton, Baltimore, 27; Rice. Boston, 27, Tnornas, Milwaukee, 27; Baylor, CaH'ornia. 75, Runs Batted In Bavlor, Cai-fornia '7; Lvnn. Boston, 8!; Rite, boston. 86- Singleton, Baltimore, 83; Kemo Dfiro't 80 Prtchitvg 1 10 Decisions) RDavIS, New York, 9-1. .900 Kern, Texas, 10-2, .833. Clear, California, iO-j, .769, Zenn, Minnesota, 9-3 , 750, Ecke's-ley, Boston, 14-5, .737, Barrio; Chicago 8-3. .727; John, New York, IH. .714. 3 T.ed With .700. GOLF Flanagan (L 14-7) 1 8 3 3 2 1 New York JermlWIfrYjl 472235 WP-Fleneoan 2. T-2 20. A-54,478. Red Sox, 7 2 First Gam BOSTON MILWAUKEE abrhM abrhM Burlesonss 51IIGenMer2b 42 10 Fiskc 500 0 Money 3 0 0 0 Lvnncf 4113Coooerlb 30 12 Rite if 3 1 20 Leicanorl 4000 Ystnmsli lb 4 10 0 Og'ivie II 4 0 2 0 POQuetterf 4 0 3 0 Thomesdf) 4 010 Evans rl 0 0 0 0 Younl ss 4 0 10 HoDsonSb 3 1 1 1 Wonttordct 30 10 Dwverdh 3 1 0 0 Merlinei c 2 0 0 0 Brohamer2b 4 12 1 Mnrmec 10 0 0 Totals 35 7 10 4 Tews 32 2 7 1 Batten 000 060 OB- 7 Mnwaokee 101 000 000- PGA Championship BIRMINGHAM. Mich (AP) - Fmai scores and monev-yvinntngs Sunday in tnt 6'St PGA National ChammorshiO oi the 7,0i4-vard, oar-70 Oakland Hins Country Ciub course (x-won tuooen oealh oiav-ofti: -David Graham $60 000 69-n6V-2?? Ben Crenshaw, $40 000 6H7-OM-272 Rex Catdweti, $35 000 67-70-67-7 1-274 Ron Streets, $20 000 68-71-69-68-276 Gibbv Gilbert. $14,500 69-72 68 69 279 Jerry Pate, $M,W0 6W9e9-7l-278 Jay Haas, $9,200 6-69-739-279 Don January, 9.?00 69707H9-279 Howard Twitty, S 200 7t73H7-779 Lou Graham, $6 750 69-?6tH9-280 Gary Koch, $6,750 71-71-71-67280 Andy Bean, $5,250 7fr694c-48-?8i Jerry McGee. $5,250 73-69-7 1-68-28 1 Jack Renner, $5 250 71-74-06-70-281 Tom Wa'son, $5,250 6fr?2-t-t4-7?l Bob Gilder, $3,780 73-71-68-70 7S7 Hubert Green, $3,780 69-7072-1-282 Bruce Lietike, $3,780 69-49-7 W3-282 Gene Littler, $3,760 71-71-67-73282 Graham Marsh, $3,7M 69-7071-72-282 Bob Bvmen, $3,250 J3-7M-?63 John Schoeder. $3,250 72-72-7069-283 Aian Taote. S2.900 73-65-rtr'0-2S4 Rod Funseth $i 900 7069-7fH9-284 Frank Conner. $2 00 7073-ev-72-284 Gary Pioyer, $2,900 73-7O70-71-284 Peter Jacobsen, ii 900 7u-;4o?-73-284 LPGA European Open SUNNINGDALE, England (AP) - Fins! scores wiih prize money in the $'00,-000 European Open women's gelt cttam-o.opshio on the 6,174-yard, pv-74 Sun- pmgaaie course Sunday la-dencies amateur i : Nancy Looet $16,500 6H-69-70-7S 7tr Joyce Karmirsk, no.780 69-71-4-'? 26 Pat Braoiev, $7,700 73-7-704-2W Sheiiev Hamlin, $5 500 74-73-73-71-291 Dorma Young, $4,125 77-68-76-71-292 Saiiv Little, $4,125 7?-?l-76-3-?l2 Dot Cermein, $3,520 VW-n-W Mary Dwyer, $2,860 72-6-?6-'0-?9l Judv Rankin, $2 8n0 76-73-71-74 2Y4 bail Tnusnin iltm 7?-'8-'3-71-294 Ma' deh W'ikins, $ 860 70,' 1-7677-294 Ance Ritjman, $2,200 bl n-!i-yi Mickev Walker, J2 2W 72-70 77-74 295 Bfi- Dame; $).87i 73-73-73-78-297 Lieo"e Massev $1,875 72-74-7!t-73-297 Jenlvn Brit, $1,815 71-79-t-,'3-798 Kahy Anern, $;,5I4 74-?77-74 j. Bonnie Bryant, $!,584 79-71-73-76-299 Vivian Brownlee, $.1,584 74-77-77-76-299 Silvia Berlolafcin. 7-3-7J-78-300 Vlurie Breer, $i,290 72-76 74-78300 Manene Hagge, .290 75-6- '2-."-3M Jonna White. $1.17? 77-72-9-73 301 -ynn Aoams, $1,122 76-75-6-74-3i'l Betsy K.ig $1 i?7 76-5-3-77-301 June Pamer, $9v0 75-9-?-'6-302 Jusan O'Connor, $990 74-8-74-76-302 Peugv Cowev, $90 7V4-y78-302 Irene Koebier. $81 73-79-77-74363 Sandra Post, $891 77.775-76-303 Beeriy kiass, Sil 77-79-72 0 303 BarDara Sarmw. $770 77-76-75-76-304 Kamy Whitwortn, $?J7 7O77-4-76-305 Si.s.e MtAlltsiet. $657 82-70-79-75 :116 Chr.stine Trew. $r57 77-75-8-76-3(1 Amelia Rorer, s6 '2-86-81-7330 Jan Ferraris, $360 76-77-79-75-307 Mariene Floyd, $566 74-78-77-78-30' Berba'B Heib'g, $506 76-72-77-82307 Kathy Martin, $566 77-75-78-7-307 e-Mary McKenno 83-70-8-76307 Alison Sheard, $566 71-81-79-76 307 Lori Gerbacj, $484 79-1-77-81-308 a-Wilma Aitken 7S-78-79-77 309 Julie Slanger, $451 605-75-79-309 Sandra Palmer, $451 72-77-76-84-309 Jenny Lee Smith $419 78-75-81-76310 Susan Grams. $419 79-79-5-77-3)0 M J. Smith, $419 77-77-78-78 31D Kathy Young, $341 7582-82-72-311 -Christine Artasona 76-74-76-85 311 Cathy Tnomoson, $341 6077-73-81-31) Janet Coles, $341 74-74-8-78 311 Katny Postlewaite, $341 78-805-78-311 Shirley Engeinorn, $341 78-5-79-79-3H Louise Bruce, 8078-8074-3P Alexandra Rnhrdt, $291 77-76-8377313 Laura Bough, $291 77-7rV-79-8l 313 Belly Burteindt, $269 87-74-82-76-314 Kdrslin Ehrinund, $269 80-73-82-79-314 avCeriiia Morgue D'Aisu 7-79-7s-8!-3i4 A ti-e Miiier, $,42 77-85-763-3)6 Mary Mills $242 76-81-81-78-316 Cindy Cnomberlin, $231 77-79-77-84-317 TENNIS Orange Lawn Grand Prix Singlet John McEnroe, Douglaslon, N Y del John Liovd, Great Bruam, o-7 (7-1), 6-4 6-0. Doubles John McEnroe, Douuiasfon, NY and Peier Fiem.ng, Chaihsm Borough, N J del. Friii Buennmg, Short Hills, N.J , and Bt-uce Nichols, Los Angeles, Cant., 6-1, (r San Diego Women's Singles Champwtship Tracy Austin, USA, bet. Martina Nav-ratilova. USA, H, 6-2 iTeuMes ChampiemMfj Martina Navraniova-Rosi Casals, USA, del. Ann Kiyomure-bettvann Stuart, USA, 3-6, 6-4, e-2. TRANSACTIONS FOOTBALL National Football League ST. LOUIS CARDINALS Released Jeff Gates, quarterback, from Tuiane, Mark Manges, Quarterback, from Maryland, and George Amunoson, tight end, from Iowa Sta'e Announced mat Tom Mullen, guard, from Southwell Missouri state, 1 tett camp. 1

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