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Page 40, The Citizen, Ottawa, Friday, Sept. 23, 1983 Baseball National League East Drvtawn W L Pet GBL Philadelphia 83 70 M2 Pittsburgh 80 73 623 3 Montreal 79 74 56 4 St tout 75 78 490 8 Chicago 68 86 444 16 New York 62 91 405 21 Weal Otviaton Los Angeles 87 65 572 Atlanta 82 69 543 4VS Houston 79 72 623 7VJ San D-eflo 76 76 500 11 San Francisco 73 79 480 14 Cincinnati 70 82 461 17 Thuraday Reautta Pittsburgh 8 Chicago 2 Philadelphia 9-7 Montreal 7-1 Cincinnati 6 Atlanta 4 St Louts 3 New York 2 Pitching today New York (Terrell 7-7) at Chicago IRuthven 12-11) 2 20 pm Pittsburgh (Rhcxlen 11-13) at Montre al (Sanderson 6-6) 7 35 p m San Diego (Hawkins 4-6) at Cincinnati (Soto 16-13) 7 35 pm Loa Angeles (Reuss 11-11) at Atlanta (Barker 1-2) 7 40 p m Philadelphia (Carlton 14-151 at St Louis lAnduiar 6-15) 8 35 p m Sen Francisco (Braining 10-12) a1 Houston (Niekro 14-13) 8 35 p m Saturday games Pittsburgh at Montreal Los Angeles at Atlanta Philadelphia a'. St Louis San Diego at San Francisco New York at Chicago San Francsco at Houston N Sunday games Pittsburgh at Montreal Los Angeles at Atlanta Philadelphia at St Louis San Diego at San Francisco New York at Chicago Sen Francisco at Houston N Expos Friday First game Phllry 9 Montreal 7 ab r h bi ab r h ts Morgan 2b 4 13 0 Rames If 5 3 4 1 Matizk lb 4 12 2 Trillo 2b 5 0 2 1 WHrndl p 0 0 0 0 Dawson cf 4 0 1 1 fleed p 0 0 0 0 Over lb 5 0 3 1 VHayes ph 1 0 0 0 GCaner c 4 0 0 0 Holland p 0 0 0 0 Fiancon rf 4 0 0 0 Schmdt 3b 4 2 11 Wallach 3b 4 0 0 0 Lelebvr r( 2 0 2 3 Ftvnn ss 3 110 lejceno rf 2 0 0 0 James p 0 0 0 0 Matthws If 4 0 0 0 Cromrt ph 0 1 0 0 Dernier cf 0 10 0 Rea'don p 0 0 0 0 Glross d 5 0 0 0 Laa p 10 0 0 BPiaz c 4 0 2 0 Bums p 0 0 0 0 Stone pr 0 0 0 0 Root oh 1111 Virgil : 1112 Schndr p 0 0 0 0 DsJesus ss 4 2 2 1 Spew ss 2 1 1 2 Dennv p 3 0 0 0 Rose 1b 2 12 0 Totals 40 9 15 9 Totals 38 7 13 7 Philadelphia OH 300 220- 9 Montreal '00 030 120- 7 Game-Winning FtSf Schmidt (11) E Fiynn LOB Philadelphia 12. Montreal 6 2B Morgan 3. Oawson. Matus;ek. 8Dai. Root Tiiio 3B Letebvre HRDe Jesus (31. Scrvrndt (38). Raines (101. Virgil 161 Speier !12 SB Rames (81), Dernier (351 S Ma-tusiek IP H R ER BB SO Phfojfciphit Denny W.17-6 6 10 4 4 0 2 WHernsndflZ W 2 1 1 t 2 Peed 1)2211 Holland S.23 10 0 0 0 0 Montreal Lea L. 15-10 3S 7 5 5 3 3 Bums 1W 2 0 0 0 1 Schatzeder 114 2 1 12 0 James ifc 3 3 3 1 2 Rear don 11 0 0 0 0 hBP Morgan by James T-3 25 Scoring plays Phils 9 Expos 7 First Expos Raines Singled, went to second on Tnllo's ground out and scored on Dawson's double to 'eft epos 1, Phils 0 Second Phils DeJesus hit his third homer on 2-2 pitch Phils 1, Expos 1 Third Phils Schmidt hit his 38th homer into the left field seats on 0-1 pitch Phils 2, Expos 1 Fourth Phils With two out Morgan walked Matuszek doubled sending Morgan to third and Schmidt was walked to load the bases Letebvre tripled down the right field line to clear the bases Phils 5. Expos 1 Fifth Expos Flynn singled and scored when pinch-hitter Roof doubled Raines reached on infield Single, Roof going to third Trillo grounded out. Roof sconng. Rames reaching third Oliver smglea to score Raines Phils 5. Expos 4. Seventh Phils Diaz singled Stone ran for Diaz DeJesus walked James picked Stone off second Rose singled sending DeJesus to third Morgan was hit by a James pitch to load the bases Matuszek singled scoring DeJesus and Rose Phils 7. Expos 4 Expos Rames hit 3-2 pitch into left field seats for his 10th home run Phils 7. Expos 5 Eighth Phils Matthews walked Dernier, pinch ran and stole second Vith two out Virgil homered to left centre Phils 9, Expos 5 Expos With two out Reed walked pinh-hitter Cromartie walked and Speier hit his second home run Phils 9 Expos 7 " Second same Phllry 7 Montreal 1 " ab r h En ab r h bi Morgan 2b 4 12 0 Rames It 3 110 Garcia 2d 0 0 0 0 Trillo 2b 3 0 0 0 Metsn lb 5 112 Dawson cf 4 0 0 0 Scrimdt 3b 5 12 1 Oliver lb 4 0 11 LafebvT rf 4 0 0 0 Fiancon rf 3 0 0 0 Matthws If 4 12 1 Reardon p 0 0 0 0 Dernier cf 0 0 0 0 Mills ph 0 0 0 0 GGtoss cf 4 13 1 GCarter c 4 0 0 0 BDiaz c 5 12 0 Wailach 3b 3 0 0 0 DeJesus ss 4 12 1 Flynn 2b 2 0 0 0 Huon p 3 0 0 0 Cromrt ph 10 0 0 - ASaiazr 2b 0 0 0 0 ., Rogers p 2 0 10 Root rf 10 10 Totals 38 7 14 6 Totals 30 1 4 1 Philadelphia 000 020 401 7 Montreal 000 001 000- 1 Gama-Winning RBI DeJesus 16) i Wal-lecfi, Dawson. DP Philadelphia 1. Montreal 1 10B Philadelphia 9 Montreal 6 26-GGross. Roof. Matthews SB Raines 2 (83). GGross (3) S Hudson IP H R ER BB SO Phdaoalpnia Hudson W.8-7 9 4 1 14 5 , Montreal Rogers 1.17-11 66 10 6 6 4 6 Reirdon 2Vi 4 110 2 T-2 38 A 47 364 Scoring plays Phits 7 Expos 1 Fifth Phils Gross and Diaz singled DeJesus singled to score Gross Morgan singled to load the bases Ma-, tunek grounded out to Trillo to scdre Diaz Phils 2, Expos 0 Sixth Expos Rames singled and stole second Tmio walked Oliver singled to score Raines Phils 2. Expos 1. Seventh Phils DeJesus singled and was sacrificed to second by Hiidson Morgan walked Matuszek Singled to score DeJesus Schmidt Singled home Morgan and Matuszek scored when Dawson threw the ball into the Philadelphia dugout Matthews singled to score Schmidt Expos 6. Phils 1 Noth Phils Matthews doubled and scored on single by Gross Expos 7 Ph.ls 1 Pittsburgh 8 Wynne cf JRay 2b Parker rf JThotn lb Easier if TPana c Habrw 3b Barta ss Tunaeli p abrhbi 6 110 5 3 4 1 3 10 1 3 0 2 1 5 10 1 5 12 1 5 14 1 4 0 2 1 5 0 0 0 Totals 41 8 15 7 Chicago 2 abrhbt 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 111 4 0 0 0 3 110 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 11 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 oooo 0 0 0 0 10 10 32 2 6 2 Bosley tf Martini lb Sndbrg 2b Bucknr lb Proty p MHall cf Cay 3b Morelnd rf JDavts c Johnson p Grant If Bowa ss DOwen ss Reuscnei p Rohri ph Campbel p Bordi a MDiaz c Totals Cincinnati 6 Atlanta 4 bfhbi abrtttx fledui If 4 0 0 0 Butter tt 4 110 EMilnar cl 3 10 0 Hubbrd 2b 5 111 Cncpcn ii 4 2 3 0 Wsmn rf 2 0 0 0 0 Jrgnsn ph 10 0 0 Draisfl lb 4 112 Murphy cf 4 0 10 HoihUi rf 3 0 13 ChmWs lb 2 10 0 Silrdtlo c 4 0 0 0 RRmri ss 4 12 0 Oeitar 2b 4 0 0 0 Boggs p 0 0 0 0 Parry ph 10 0 0 Moore p 0 0 0 0 Forstar p 0 0 0 0 AHall ph 10 0 0 Totals 33 6 8 6 Totals 34 4 8 3 Cincinnati 000 302 010- 6 Atlanta 120 010 000- 4 Game-Wmnmo RBI Dnessen 16) E , Eiasky, Oester Pocoroba OP Cincinnati 1. Atlanta 1 LOB Cincinnati 4. Atlanta 8 2B Murphy. Householder. Co.icepcion HP Hubbard 110). Dneisen 112) SB Redus (38) SF Waihinsion. IP H R ER BB SO Cincinnati JRussell W.4-36 7 4 2 2 1 Schemer m 1 0 0 1 1 HumeS.9 Hi 0 0 0 t 0 Atlanta Dayiey L.4-7 5 5 5 3 5 Boggs Q 0 0 0 0 Moora 1 Vt 2 1 1 0 0 Forstef t 0 0 I 2 B K -JR usieH T-2 31 A 13,466 Pittsburgh 000 041 210 8 Cheap 010 000 001- 2 Gama-Wmning RBI Easter (71 E Buckner DP Pittsburgh 1, Chicago t LOB Pittsburgh 11, Chicago 5 2B Wynne, jThomp-soft- 2. JRsv 38 JDavts. JRay HR Cey 2 SB-JRay16) SF-Parker IP H H ER B6 SO ' Pitwtwgti Tunwll W.10-5 9 6 2 2 2 4 Ovcsgo HeuKh 1.1-1 5 7 4 4 4 1 Campbell 1 4 3 2 0 1 BmA 1 1 0 0 0 1 Johnson 1 2 110 0 fcoly 1 1 0 0 0 1 Campbell pitched to two batters m the m P8-JOvis. MOm T-2 42 A-3426 1 t Now York 2 St. Louis 3 ab r h in ab r h bi Bckmn 2b 4 0 10 LoSmith If 3 110 Heap cf 4 0 10 McGee cf 0 0 0 0 Strwbry rf 4 12 0 Doyle 2b 3 0 0 1 Foster H 4 12 1 Oberkfl 3b 4 0 2 1 Raii-ch lb 4 0 0 0 OSmiih ss 0 0 0 0 Hurdle 3b 4 0 0 0 Hndrck lb 4 0 10 Fitigertd c 1 0 0 0 VanSlyk cf 3 110 KHrndz ph 1 0 ' 1 Green rf 3 0 10 G'les p 0 0 0 0 Quirk c 3 0 10 Oquend ss 2 0 0 0 Ramsay ss 0 0 0 0 Hodges ph 10 10 Sexton ss 2 110 Gronhr ss 0 0 0 0 Cox p 2 0 0 0 Wilson ph 10 0 0 Darling p 2 0 0 0 Staub ph 10 0 0 Hokman p 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 2 8 2 Totals 27 3 8 2 New York . 000 000 002 2 StlouiS 000 120 0O 3 Gama-Wmmno RBI None E Hurdle DP-New York 1. StLOuis 2 LOB New York 6, StLouiS 6 2B-Strawberry, LoSmith, Fos ter 2. Sexton SB Green 2 (3U. VanS'yke (1?) S-Cox. Doyle IP H R ER 8B SO New York Darling L.0-3 7 7 3 3 4 7 Holman 11 0 0 0 0 St. Louit Cox W.3-5 8 7 2 2 2 0 Suttar S.20 I 1 0 0 0 0 Cox pitched to two batters m 9th WP-Cox T-2 I'j A-1V882 Ladrs G AB R H Pet. Cruz, Hou 151 554 64 180 325 Madlock. Pgh 125 464 67 151 32b Hendnck. StL 138 505 67 159 3'5 LoSmith. StL 121 457 74 143 313 Murphy. All 151 550 128 172 313 Dawson, Mil 15) 601 103 185 308 Kmght. Hou 141 500 43 153 306 Benedict. Atl 127 401 40 121 302 Puhl. Hou 129 44 1 64 133 302 Oliver. Ml) 151 594 68 179 301 Doubles Olwer. Montreal. 38. Buckn er. Chicago, 36. Dawson Montreal. 36, Ray. Pittsburgh, 36. Knight. Houston, 35. Carter. Montreal, 35 Triples Butler. Atlanta. 13. Thon. Houston. 9. Green. St Louis. 9.Dawson, Montreal. 9, Redus, Cincinnati, 9 Home runs Schmidt, Philadelphia. 38. Murphy. Atlanta, 35. Dawson. Montreal. 32. Guerrero. Los Angeles. 30 Runs batted in Murphy, Atlanta. 116. Dawson, Montreal. Ill, Schmidt, Philadelphia, 104 Stoten bases Rames. Montreal. 83. Wiggins. San Diego. 59 Pitching (IB decisions) Denny. Philadelphia. 17-6, 739, 2 44, McWtlliams. Pittsburgh, 15-6. 714, 3 14, Tunnel). Pittsburgh. 10-5. 667 . 3 84. Orosco, New York, 13-7, 650. 1 47 Strikeouts Carlton. Philadelphia, 256. Soto. Cincinnati, 226 Saves LeSmith, Chicago, 28. Holland. Philadelphia, 23. Reardon. Montreal. 20, Sutter. St Louis. 20 Pennant races at a glance East Division Philadelphia 83 70 542 Pittsburgh 80 73 523 3 Montreal 79 74 516 4 Remaining games Philadalphta (9) Home (3) Sept 30, Oct 1. 2 Pittsburgh, Away (6) Sept 23. 24. 25 St Louis. 26. 27. 28 Chicago Pittsburgh (9) Home !3i Sept 27. 28. 29 New York, Away 16) Seot 23. 24. 25 Montreal. 30. Oct 1. 2 Philadelphia Montreal (9) Home (3) Sept 23. 24. 25 Pittsburgh. Away (6) Sept 26. 27. 28 St Louis. 30. Oct 1. 2 New York West Division Los Angeles 87 65 572 Atlanta 82 69 543 4W Remaining games Lot Angetes (10) Home (3) Sept 30. Oct 1. 2 San Francisco, Away 7) Sept 23, 24, 25 Atlanta. 26. 27 Cincinnati. 28, 29 San Diego Atlanta (It) Home (5) Sept 23. 24 25 Los Angeles. 26, 27 San Francisco. Away (6) Sept 28 .(2). 29 Houston. 30. Oct 1. 2 San Diego American League Baltimore Detroit York Toronto Milwaukee Boston Cleveland Chicago Tanas Kansas City Oakland California Minnesota Seattle clinched di Eaat Division W L 94 58 87 66 B4 67 84 69 81 72 74 79 67 85 West Division 92 61 74 79 73 79 69 84 67 86 66 8 7 56 96 vision title Pet 618 569 556 549 529 484 441 601 4tt4 480 451 438 431 368 GBL 7 '4 10V5 13 -h 20'i 27 18 Vi 23 25 26 35' Thuraday results Texas 5 Seattle 2 Cleveland 9 Milwaukee 5 Minnesota 2 Kansas Citv 1 Detroit 5 Baltimore 4 (10 innings) Chicago 3 California 2 Pitching probs Boston (Eckerslev 8121 et Detroit (Bere'nguer 8-4) 7 35 p in Cleveland IBehenna 0-2) at New York (Rawley 14-12) 8 pm Baltimore (McGregor 17-6) at Milwaukee (Gibson 2-31 8 30 p m Mmnesote (Pettibone 1-2) at Kansas City (Wills 0-1) 8 35 pm Seattle (Nelson 0-1) at Texas (Stewart 4-1) 8 35 p m Chicago IDotson 19-7) at California own 1-2) 10 30 pm Toronto Ileal 13-10) at Oakland (Con- roy 6-9) 10 35 pm Saturday games Cleveland at New York 'Stan at Detroit Chicago at California Toronto at Oakland altimore at Milwaukee N Minnesota at Kansas City N Seettie et Texas N Sundey games Boston at Detroit Cleveland at New York Baltimore at Milwaukee Minnesota et Kansas City Seattle et Texas Chicago at California Toronto at Oakland Thursday games Mllw'kfM 6 Cleveland 9 ebrhbi abrhbi Molnor 3b 1 0 0 0 Franco ss 6 2 3 0 Ready 3b 3 111 Hatrah 3b 4 0 0 1 Yount ss 4 0 2 0 Hsrgrv lb 3 0 2 2 Cooper lb 4 1 0 0 GTfratis cf 5 110 Smmns dh 4 2 2 1 Hassey c 4 2 10 culm n 3 10 0 Tibier If 4 112 Mannng cf 2 0 0 I ASanstr If 0 0 0 0 Homer ph 10 10 Psgel dh 4 12 1 Yost c - 4 0 12 Vukvch it 4 0 0 0 Ganmr 2b 4 0 0 0 Percent 26 2 1 1 0 CMoore rf 4 0 10 Fischlm 2b -1 1 1 0 Totals 34 5 8 5 Totals 36 9 12 6 300 000 020 6 100 005 I2x 9 Geme-Wmrung BBI Paget ID E Franco. Yost DP Cleveland 1 LOB-M'lwaukee 4. Cleveland 8 2B TaWer, Hassey HR Ready 111. Simmons 112) SB-Franco 2 1321 IP H II ER BB SO Milwaukee Cleveland Candiott. 1,4-3 5vj 6 6 6 2 2 Telimenn H I 0 0 2 0 Beer 2 3 3 1 1 0 Cavriand SomsenW.11-108 7 5 5 2 2 Easterly 1 1 0 0 0 1 WP Beetle P8-Yost T-2 39 A 5456 Baltimore 4 abrhbi Bureory cf Shelby cl Dwyer rf Iftndrm rf Ripken ss EMurry lb 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 110 4 2 2 3 Detroit 6 brtibi Whitab 2b 5 0 4 3 Trammi ss 4 0 1 0 Nerndon If 4 0 0 0 INPrvn c 5 0 0 0 Wcknfs di 2 0 0 0 KCxbsn ril 20DD Lonstn It MiYong It Singltn dh Nolan c Dempsy 6 Gullrvr 3b TCrujJb Dauer 2b Sakala 2b Totals Baltimore Detroit Two out wf CsbeV lb 6 2 2 0 Lemon cf 4 0 10 GWilionrf 3 111 Latch rf 10 0 0 Biokns 3b 3 12 1 Grot ph 0 I 0 0 MRCstl 3b 0 0 0 0 Krnchk ph 0 0 0 0 Uones ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 39 611 i 200 000 200 0- 4 001 200 001 1-5 winning run scored 6 12 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 11 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 3B 4 8 4 Gama-Winning RBI Whitakot (7) E Owyer LOB Baltimore 13. Detroit 12 2B Ripken HR-EMurray 2 132) IP H R ER BB SO BaftiRxre Flanagan 7 7 3 3 4 3 TStoddard 1 Vi 0 1 1 10 TMartinu 0 2 0 0 1 0 SSlewart L.9-4 111112 Morogiello Vi I 0 0 0 0 Wilcox 7 6 4 4 8 7 Ban W 6-3 3 2 0 0 1 0 TMartmez pitched to three batters in 9th WP Flanagan. SSlewart BK Wilcox Pe-Nolan T-3 24 A-25 540 Mlnnesote 2 Keneae 1 ab r h b ab r h bi Teutel 2b 5 0 0 0 WWilsn cf 5 0 10 Hatcher rf 4 0 0 0 UWstitn ss 5 0 1 0 Ward If 4 110 White 2b 3 0 10 Hrbek lb 3 111 McRae dh 3 0 0 0 Engle c 4 0 2 1 RJhnsn lb 3 0 10 Bush dh 3 0 2 0 BDavis tf 4 0 3 0 Caltmo dh 1 0 0 0 Sfaught c 3 0 10 Brunsky cf 4 0 0 0 Motley rf 3 111 Gaalti 3b 4 0 10 Aikans ph 10 0 0 Faedo ss 4 0 2 0 Simpson rf 0 0 0 0 Pryor 3b 3 0 0 0 Sharidn ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 36 2 9 2 Totals 34 I 9 1 Minnesota COO 200 000 2 Kansas City 000 010 000- I Geme-Wmrung RBI - Hrbek (7) E UWa-shtngtn DP Minnesota 2. Kansas City 1 LOB Minnesota 9, Kansas City 10 38 Hrbek HR-Motley (21 SB BOens 2 (2) IP H R ER BB SO Minnesota Filson W.3-1 7s 9 1 1 3 3 RDavisS.29 II I I i 1 2 Kansas City Rasmussen L.3-6 5 6 2 2 2 1 Gura 4 3 0 0 0 2 T-2 34 A 15 684 Seattle 2 Texae S ab r h bi ab r h bi Bernzrd 2b 4 0 12 Rivers dh 4 12 0 PBradty cf 4 0 10 Dunbar If 3 0 0 0 Rflonck II 4 0 0 0 Sample If 0 10 0 Putnam lb 3 0 10 Wright cf 3 10 0 Cowans dh 4 0 0 0 LAPrsh rl 4 0 2 4 DHndsn rf 4 0 0 0 Stein 3b 3 0 10 Coles 3b 2 110 Wiltrsn 3b I I 0 0 Mefcado c 2 0 0 0 OBnen lb 3 0 10 Owen ss 3 110 BJohnsn c 2 0 0 0 BJones ph 0 0 0 1 Sundbrg c 0 0 0 0 Dent ss 3 0 0 0 Tollesn 2b 2 10 0 Totals 30 2 5 2 Totals 28 5 6 5 Seattle 000 020 000 2 Texas 100 000 I3x- 5 GameWinning RBI LAPsmsh 1171 E Wii-terson DP Texas 1 LOB Seattle 4. Texas 3 2B Bemezard. LAP-arnsh 2 SB Rivers 19). Dunbar 12). Wilkerson (21 SF-BJones IP H R ER BB SO Seattle Beattie 1.9-14 7 6 3 3 1 7 VandeBarg Vi 0 0 0 0 0 Stanton Vi 1 2 2 2 0 Texas Darwin W.8-t2 9 5 2 2 3 4 Beattie pitched lo one hatter in 8th Bk-Stsnton T-2 28 A-8739 Sporting Life if if il -A iH I mlzz r. IP THE RUSSIANS EVER PO SHOOT POIMM ONE OF OUR SATELLITES, T HOPE IT'S THE' OME THAT TRANSMITS ALL THOSE POOTEULL SAMEs Hockey Chicago 3 California 2 ab r h b ab r h bi RLaw cf 4 0 2 0 Pains ct 5 0 10 F-sfc c 5 12 0 Lubrtcli 2b 3 0 1 0 Bans rf 4 0 10 Valentin rl 3 1 1 1 Wait jn 3 111 Barnaul If 4 0 10 Pacork lb 4 0 0 1 Dwng dh 3 1 1 1 Kittle If 3 12 1 RJcltsn lb 4 0 0 0 Dvbmk 3b 0 0 0 0 Boone c 4 0 0 0 VLaw 3b 2 0 0 0 SchofiW ss 3 0 1 0 Haitstn ph 1 0 0 0 Scows ph 1 0 0 0 Podrgz 3b 0 0 0 0 Adams 3b 3 0 0 0 Squires lb 10 0 0 Wiltong 2b 1 0 0 0 Rtitcnr ss 4 0 0 0 JOuz 2b 4 0 10 Totals 35 3 9 3 Totals 34 2 6 2 Chicago 000 200 010- 3 California 100 00 1 000 2 Game-Wirmmg RBI Paciorek (8) E JCruz, VLaw LOB Chicago 8 California 8 2B Schofiekl. Barnes. RLaw HR-Walker (9). Kit-tie 1341, Valentine (121. Downing (17) SB RLaw (73) S Lubraticti IP H R ER BS SO Chicago Koosmsn W. 11-7 7 6 2 2 2 1 Baroias 1 0 0 0 0 0 Agosto S.7 1 0 0 0 0 1 Cttfornu Fofsch L.H-12 9 9 3 3 2 3 H8P-Rlaw by Forsch T-2 31 A 24.668G Laadart G AB R H Pet. Boggs. Bos 146 550 95 198 360 Carew. Cal 122 452 64 156 345 Wh.taker, Det 150 610 88 196 321 Mosebv. Tor 143 512 102 164 320 Simmons, Mil 146 571 73 180 315 McRae. KC 147 561 83 176 314 Upshaw, Tor 151 546 96 171 313 Trammel. Det 132 471 74 147 312 Baylor. NY 134 501 79 156 311 Griffey. NY 110 425 57 132 311 Ripken, Bal 152 624 115 194 311 Doublet Ripken. Baltimore, 45. Boggs, Boston. 44, Parnsh, De troit .41 Tripte Gnffm. Toronto, 9, Gibson. Detroit. 9. Yount, M'lwaukee. 9. Franco. Cleveland, 8. Gantner, Milwaukee. 8. Herndon, Detroit. 8, Winfietd, New York. 8 Home rune Rice. Boston. 37. Armas, Boston. 34. Kittle. Chicago, 34. Murray. Baltimore. 32. Lulinski, Chicago. 30. Winfieid, New York, 30. Runt bitted in Rice, Boston 120. Cooper. Milwaukee. 117 Stolen bates Henderson. Oakland. 103. R Law. Chicago. 73 Pitching 15 decisional Haas. Milwaukee. 13-3, 813, 3 27: Flanagan, Baltimore. 12-3. 800. 3 12. McGregor. Baltimore, 17 6. 739, 3 07, Dotson. Chicago, 19-7. 731, 3 39. Gossage. New York. 12-5. 706. 2 35 Strikeoutt Morns, Detroit. 221, Bannister, Chicago. 184. Stieb. Toronto, 176 Savet Qmsen berry, Kansas City. 41. Stanley. Boston. 31 Ontario League Leyden DtvttKXi W L T F A P Ottawa 1 0 0 7 0 2 Belleville 1 0 0 4 3 2 Peterborough t 0 0 7 5 2 Cornwall OOO 0 00 Toronto OOO 0 00 Oshawe 0 1 0 6 7 0 Kingston 0 1 0 3 4 0 Emma Oiviston London 1 0 0 7 3 2 Brentford 1 0 0 5 2 2 Guelph 0 0 0 0 0 0 S S Mane OOO 0 00 Sudbury 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kitchener 0 1 0 2 5 0 Windsor 0 1 0 3 7 2 North Bay 0 1 0 0 7 0 Thursday results Ottawa 7 North Bay 0 Peterborough 7 Oshawa 5 London 7 Windsor 3 Brentford 5 Kitchener 2 Garnet tonight Ottewe at Sudbury Kingston at Sautt Ste Mane Belleville at Kitchener Brentford at London Oshawa at Guelph Summary Ottawft 7 at North Bay 0 First Period 1 Ottawa, McLaren (Hannan) 141 2 Ottawa. MacKinnon (Cassidy, Roberts) 5 38 (pp) Penaltiw James Ott 2 35. Vam NB 5 18, K Hatcher NB 7 02. Bishop NB. Roberts Ott 7 06, Bennett Ott 10 56, James Ott maior 14 10. Vescio NB 15 46, Attenborough Ott 16 57. MacDonald NB 20 00 Second Period 3. Ottawa. McLaren (Cassidy) 837 Ipp) 4 Ottawa, McLaren (Bennett, Roy) 12 32 6 Ottawa, McKinnon (Patterson) 18 09 PeneltiM Collin NB 3 58. Vam NB 7 43. Btshop NB B 20, Collin NB. G-f-fm Ott majors 10 38. Reekie NB 1437 Third Period 6 Ottawa, Roy (Cassidy) 8 35 (pp) 7 Ottawa. Bennett (Roy. McLaren) 12 43 (pp) Penalties Vani NB 6 28. Vescio NB match 7-15, Collin NB 9 50, M Hatcher NB 1140, Giffm Ott 13 27. Cormen Ott 13 53. Vani NB. Attenborough Ott misconducts 18 39 Shota on goal by Ottawa 12 13 1742 North Bay 12 7 524 Goal Coram. Ottawa. Thompson, North Bay Attendance V947 Quebec League Dlllo Oivlaion W L T F A P Lsvsl 3 0 O 28 9 6 Grsnby 3 0 O 20 11 4 Saint-Jssn 2 1 0 20 13 4 Longuauil 2 1 0 12 4 4 Hull 0 4 0 16 22 0 Vnrrjun 0 3 O 5 17 0 LsBel Oiviuon Drumndville 3 O O 27 '1 6 Shswin.gan 1 2 O 12 12 2 OuaMc 110 6 12 2 Trois-Rivieras 0 2 0 6 14 0 Cfucoutimi 0 3 O 8 34 0 Thurday rasutti Longuauil 4 Hull 3 Tonight's Laval at Chicoutimt Soccer Thursday NASL Toronto 2 Golden Bay 0 (Toronto wins best-of-three semifinal 2-0) Longueuil at Orummondville Quebec at Granby Exhibition summaries Washington 6 at Quebec 3 First Pnrlod 1 Quebec, Wesley (McKegney, Hunter) 2 32 2. Washington. Valentine (Gartner, Christian! 13 37 (pp) 3 Washington, Haworth (Laugh-lin, Carpenter) 19 02 Penalties Marois Que 0 15. MacKinnon Wash 10 12. Wesley Que 1 1 34, Marois Que 1 1 53 Second Period 4 Washington, Christian (Eng-bloml 1 54 5 Washington. Haworth (Carpenter, Blomqvist) 5 02 6 Quebec, Rochefort (Tardif. Richard) 14 18 7 Washington. Carpenter (Jar-vis, Haworth) 19 59 Penalties Langway Wash, Marois Que 4 21, Rochefort Que 16 14 Third Period 8 Quebec. McKegney (GouleO 11:33 9 Washington, Duschene (Valentine. Langway) 14 18 Penalty Hunter Que 121 Shots on goal by Washington 11 8 1231 Quebec 5 5 1020 Goal Riggm. Washington, Bouchard, Malarchuk. Quebec Attendence 13,892 Los Angeles 5 at Calgary 7 First Period 1 Calgary. Macoun (Eaves) 6 31 2. Los Angeles, Laforest (Dionne. Simmer) 19 33 (pp) Penalties Lewis LA, Hunter Cal 6 28, Dionne LA 7 33, Ribble Cal 10 37, Hanson Cal 14 53, Moko-sak LA. Baxter Cal minors, ma-lors 17 51. Eaves Cal 18 45 Second Period 3. Calgary. Eakin (Peplinski, Elo-ranta) 0 47 (pp) 4 Calgary, Jackson (Eaves. Loobl 1 29 5 Calgary, Kromm (McDonald, Jalonen) 4 17 6 Los Angeles, Simmer (L Murphy. Dionne) 17 25 7 Los Angeles. Dionne (Laforest, Hardy) 18.15 Penalties Nicholls LA 0 30, Hardy LA 5 03. Kromm Cal 8 00. Hampson Caf 15 20. Macoun Cal 19 11 Third Period 8. Los Angeles, Hakansson (L Murphy. Wells) 2 34 (pp) 9 Los Angeles. Dionnne (Wells) 4 07 10, Calgary, Eaves (Loob) 12:58 11. Calgary, Jalonen (Eloranta) 16 53 12 Calgary, Bozek (Tatterson, Peplinski) 19 01 Penalties Bozek Cal 2 01. Smith LA 6 05. Macoun Cal 6 05. Peplinski Cal. Smith LA maiors 8 46. Nicholls LA 9 25 i Shots on goal by Los Angeles 10 16 1238 Calgary 11 9 1131 Goal Laskoski, Los Angeles; Lemelin. Calgary Other scores NHL exhibition Hartford 6 Philadelphia 5 Detroit 3 Chicago 2 Team Canada 6 Minnesota 3 Tennis On the tour Volvo Mm At Bordeaux, France Second round Miroiliv Mecir. Czechoslovakia, dtf Erik Iskerski, U S . 3-6. 7-6, 6-3. Pablo Arrays. Peru, def Paical Portii, France. 6-7, 6-3, 6-1; Martin Jaite, Spam, def Bernard Fritz, Francs. 6-4. 7-6. Roberto ArgueUo, Argentina, led Thierry Tuiasne, France, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1. when darkness Hopped play. $75,000 Grand Prix At Geneve. Switzerland Men'e emgtes First round Quillsrmo Vilas, Argentina, def Jots Avendano, Spein, 6-4, 6-3 Second round Matt Wilander, Sweden, def Pavel Sloul, Czechoslovakia, 6-1. 6-1; Roland Stadler, Switzerland, def Ba-lazi Tsfoczy, Hungary, 7-6. 4-6, 6-3; Anden Jarryd. Sweden, def Jorge Windahl, Sweden. 4-6. 7-6. 6-1; Claudio Panatte, Italy, def Zoitan Kuharsky, Switzerland, 6-4, 6-2; Roberto Vizcaino, Spam, det, Jimmy Brown, U S . 6-4. 6-4. Guillermo Vilas. Argentina, def Dominique Badet. Trance, 6-3, 6-0; Heinz Gunthardt, Switzerland, def Joakim Nystroem, Sweden, 6-3, 2-6. 6-3. Hennk Sund-troem, Sweden, def Harold Solomon, U S . 6-4. 6-3 Men's doubles Second round Baatiansen and Mortensen. Sweden, det Casals. Spain, and Panatte. Italy, 61, 4-6. 6-4, Vijoen and Vis-ers, South Africa, def Markus Gun-thardt and Kuharsky, Switzerland, 6-2, 6-7, 7-6 World Junior Lake Buene Vieta, Fla. Boys 14 David Wheaton. US, defeated Herald Stang. West Germany. 6-3. 6-0 Franco Davm, Argentine, defeated Raunn Ross. U S , 6-3. 6-4 Arnaud Boetsch, France, defeated Cruttan Arays. Chile. 6-1, 6-2 Per Henncsson, Sweden, defeated Alejandro Aramburu. Peru, 6-1. 7-6 Eduardo Veiez. Mexico, defeated Duk-Hee Lee. South Korea, 6-1. 6 1 Danny Sapsford, Britain, defeated Padai Berths. Senegal. 6-0. 6 0 Nicholas Bsrons, U S . detestsd Eugemo Rom, Italy. 6-2. 6-0 Guillermo Perez-Roldann. Argentina, defeated Richard Fromberg, Australia, 6-1. 7-6 Girl. 14 Halle Ciofff. U S . defeated Delta (Const, Israel, 6-0. 6-1 Sabine Hack. Wast Germany, defeated Stephanie Faulkner, Australia, 6-2. 6-3 Mitauko Yokots, Japan, defeated Cecile B our dan, France,, 3-6, 7-6, 6-0 Susan Sloans. U S , defeated Kathleen Monczka. U S . 6-1. 6-2 Helen Keleei, Richmond. B.C., defeated Henaha Meyer, South Africa, 6-1. 6-2 Gabriels Sabetlma, Argentina, defeated Mays kidowaki, Japan, 6 2, 6-2 Amy Schwartz. U S., defeated Katerina Maleeva, Bulgena, 7-5. 6 3 Sybille Niok-Chateau, France, dele-ste Gabneia Gonzales, Argentina, 6 2. 2-1. retired with ankle iniury. Boyt 12 Jared Palmer, U S . defeated Oliver Fuchs. Austria, 6-4. 6-1 Alexander Reichel. U S , defeated Todd Woodbridge. Australia. 6-4. 6-1 Ohad Weinberg. Israel, defeated Oamien Bidmost, Argentina. 6-3. 6-3 Richard Kraiicek. Netherlands, defeated Luis Perez, Paraguay. 6-1. 6-1 Arne Thoma, West Germany, defeated Ray Ng. Hong Kong. 6 2. 6 2 Michael Chang. U S , defeated Ivan Ivanisevic. Yugoslavia. 6-4. 6-0 William Quest. U S , defeated Ulff Konze. West Germany. 6-2. 6-2 Martin Stnngan, Argentina, defeated Petnce Boies. Montreal. 6-4, 64 Girt 12 Noelle Porter. U S , defeated Mo-nika Seles. Yugoslavia. 16. 7 6. 7 5 Amanda Coetzer. South Africa, defeated Leslie Mannheim. Peru 6-1 6 0 Reiko Noguchi, Japan, defeated Yonko Yamagishi. Japan. 7-6. 6 3 Amy Frazier, U S . defeated Annaiia Detl Orao. Italy. 6-3. 6 3 Stacey Martin. U S . defeated Ssn-drme Jaquet. Switzerland, 7 6. 6-1 Amy Novotny, U S , defeated Michaels Knebel, West Germany. 6 0, 6-1 Manaan de SwBrdt, South Africa, defeated Bylmda Potter, Australia 6-3, 3-6. 6-3 Debora Garat. Argentina, defeated Julie Donovan. Britain. 6 3. 6-1 Coif DfiK laaHaro Christy O Conner 36 3571 r ICaUCIS Gene LiHler 36 36 71 Jim Ferree 37-3b 72 LaJet Coors Classic Pjui Harney 36 36 72 Al Abilene. Tex. Koa Funseth 38 34 72 Andy Bean 33 3467 Quv Wolstenholme 36-3672 flex Celdwell 35 3368 Gardner Dickinson 38 34 72 Welly Armstrong 36 3470 Mike Sethchick 38 35 73 Keith Fergus 34 3670 Howie Johnson 37 36 73 Lee Trevmo 34 3670 Charlie Sifford 35 38 73 Lon Nielsen 34 3670 Arnold Palmer 36-3874 Mike Donald 36 34 -70 Buck Adams 39-36-74 Pat McGowan 36 36 70 George Bayer 35 39 74 Mick Soli 37 33-70 jack Sleek 36-3874 Bill Rogers 34 3771 Gordon Jones 38 36 74 John Cook 36 3571 Dan Sikes 36 38 74 Chi Chi Bodngue 32 3971 Fred Haas 36 38 74 Tom Purtier 35 3671 Bob Stone 38-3674 Fred Couples 36 3571 0en,s Hutcnmson 36 3B 74 Lmdy Miller 36 3671 Billy Cosper 37-3875 JC Snead 35 3772 Bob Keller 38-3775 3ry Koch 36 3672 Lionel Hebert 36 39 75 Willie Wood 39 3372 Bill Collins 36-3975 Craig Stadler 36 3672 George Archer 37 3673 Bruce Fleisher 36 3 773 Bob HoPe Classic Bob Murphy 36 3773 ' Moof Perk. Englond Hal Sutton 36 3873 Pe,8r Teravainen. U S 33 30 63 Curt Byrum 36 3773 Bob Charles, N Z 34-3468 Ronnie Black 38 3573 Mlke Clayton, Australia 36-3268 Bobby Cole 38 3673 J"y Anderson. Can 36-3268 David Peoples 36 3 773 0vd Jones, Britain 35-3368 Fully Zoeller 36 3773 Tony Jacklm. Britain 31-3768 Ed Sneed 36 3773 David Feherty. Britain 35-3368 Loren Roberts 34 3973 Howard Clark, Britain 35-3368 Darren Kestner 33 4073 Ssm Torrance. Britain 36 33 69 Blame McCallister 39 3473 Sandy Lyle. Britain 34-3569 Brad Bryant 35 38 73 -lohn Morge , Britain 36-3469 Dave Berr 3 7 38 76 Ew8n Murray. Britain 36-3369 Dan Helldorson 4 1 3879 Tony Johnstone. Zimb 36 3369 Jim NeHord 38 4179 Carl Mason. Britain 34-3569 .., , . . Paul Way. Britain 34-3569 World Seniors Ken Brovvn Brtaln 37-32-69 At Charlotte. N.C. A(, busjoh, u 5 36-3470 Miller Berber 34 34 68 Al Belding 37-3370 Jose Canizares. Spam 36-34- 70 Doug Sanders 35-35-70 Barnhard Langer. w Gei 37-3370 Calendar Tank McNamara Today On radio Expos Baseball Pittsburgh at Montreal, CKBY, 7:20 p.m. Jays Baseball Toronto at Oakland, CKOY, 10:35 p.m. Horta racing Standardbredsl 11 -race program, Rideau Carle-ton Raceway, post time 7:30 p.m. Saturday On radio Expos Baseball Pittsburgh at Montreal, CKBY, 1:15 p.m. Jays Baseball Toronto at Oakland, CKOY, 3.15 p.m. Horse racing Standardbredsl 11 -race program, Rideau Carle-ton Raceway, post time 7:30 p.m. uave to sewp niwi tmki -IDTMeHrlllOOS... IMTO TME &UB& I I'LL JUST ' COMPUTER ! y WZ (COPKI&UGZ A F&JJ L?. AT-fcWT ArJP A ffcW MCkE Ki3I 6. . Honey Man's golf 1. Fuizy Zoeller $413,852 2. Hal Sutton $413,423 3. Lanny Wadkins $316,557 4, Gil Motgan $304,768 5, Calvin Peete $301,845 6. Ben Cren-shew $259,399 7. Jack Nicklaus $256,158 8. Tom kite $247,652 9. Tom Watson $237,519 10. Johnny Miller $227,478 Woman' goll 1. JoAnne Carner $280,828 2. Patty Sheehan $212,586 3. Pat Bradley $200,424 4. Kathy Whitworth $186 833 5. Jan Stephenson $186,004 6. Beth Daniel $160,358 7. Alice Miller $150,967 8. Holds Stacv $140,437 9. Amy Alcott $134.$175 10. Ayako Okamoto, Japan, $131,216 Man'a tennis (Aaan. of Taonii Profssaionaia) 1. Ivan Lend). Czechoslovakia. $1,144,878 2. Guillermo Vilas. Argentina. $615,735 3. John McEnroe $585,981 4. Jimmy Connors $328,647 5. Tomas Smid. Czechosla-vekia. $325,572 6. Mats Wilander. Sweden. $319,562 7. Brian Teacher $288,598 8. Yanmck Noah. France. $265,669 9. Jimmy Anas $255,583 10. Kevin Curren. South Africa. $254,252. Woman's tannia 1. Martina Navratilove $1,185,697 2, Chris Evert Lloyd $323,686 3. Andrea Jaeger $236,621 4. Pam Shriver $207,179 5. Wendy Tumbull. Australia. $147,700 6. Jo Dune. Britain. $131,659. 7. Bilhe Jean King $126,133 8. Andrea Temesvan. Hungary. $126,576 9. Sylvia Hanika. Wast Germany $124,375 10. Hana Mandtikova. Czechostovekia. $116,750 Harnaaa racing (Compiled by U.S. Trotting Aaan.) Horeee 1. Ralph Hanover $1,531,218 2. Joie De Vie $985,026 3. Ouenrui $948,296 4. Can's Bird $901,760 b. Trutone Lobell $805,130 6. Cam Fella $739,056 7. Apache Circle $635,098 6. Shannon Fancy $666487 9. Why Not $506,111 10. Lucky Lady $443,466 Driver (through Sept 131 1. John Campbell $5 449 511 2. William O Dormell $4,660,168 3. Catello Man-li $3,154,317 4. Ron Waples $3.099 011 5. Carmine Abbatiello $2,373,481 6. Mickey McN.chol $2,359,341 7. William GHmour $2 293 439 8. Herve Filion $2 .238.674 9. Michel LaChsnce $2,161,471 10. John Patterson $1,938,026 i FROM A HORRIBLE NusTAG ! (?0PRIG(JZ V MOT OJLV W I lEojvi mvr wfc. a raaswit. HAU--C- L.BLH&& VOU- Ilarnoss racing Rideau Carleton Results Thursday First rid, mile, pace, $1,300 1 Aigor Leta (M Filion) 5 50 2 70 2 50 7 Beau Will (R Labreche) 2 60 3 00 8 Harem Time IH Port ela nee) 2 90 Tim 2 07 3 Also Back Alley. Bye Manna, Special Tiger, Astre Byrd, Sevensmith Dawn, Dance On scratched Tractor (1-7-81 $52 40 Box Tnactor H-7-8) 26 20 Exactor $14 90 Second race, mite, trot, $1,300 4 West River Okie (0 Covilte) 5 50 4 10 4 80 2 Blue Spectre IM Saftic) 6 70 5 20 6 Empire Pete (G Lehaiet 7 60 Time 2 11.2 Also Johnny Fire, Seaway Spud. Fleet Paioma, Penny Dale, Dawns Day Exactor $28 80 Qumeiia $19 80 Third rece, mile, pace. $1,300 4 Vanway Lad ID Coville) 6 20 3 50 2 70 1 Algor Bill (M Lanvisre) 3 20 3 10 2 Captain Bert (D Forgie) 8 70 Time: 2 07 4 Also Roof Vent Tyan, Armslead Wayne, Speedy Miss Lee, Maryjane F. D As Cady did not finish Exactor $22 30 Qumella $9 30 Fourth race, me, pec. $1,400 5 Survey Sedaiia O Lancaster) 6 20 3 80 3 90 Entries tonight First race. mile, pec, $1,500 1. Hiiee Duke IP Reynolds) 2 Honey Cup (B Harris) 3 Play For Time IL Beaulec) 4. Skipper Bay (M Turertne) 6 Herewrd The Wake IE Norm) 6 Armbro Bachelor (M Lanviere) 7 Bye Bye Rene (D Forgie) 8 Wind And Rain (D Covilte) 9. Lisa Marie Tee (J Derue) Second race, mee, pace), $1,200 1 Metlleur Ailleurs (M Turenne) 2 Broadcaster Lee (A Bourassa) 3 Buckeye Coitins (0 Coville) 4 Billy Joe F (J Duford) 6 Berbncha IR Guindon) 6 Vuongbiood (D Murphy) 7 Robby PoHy (L Turenne) 6 Call Me Mc (W Lawoiette) Third race, mile, pace, $1,850 1 Snappers Boy (W Murphy) 2 Hitone Express (L Turenne) 3 Berkleys Bobby IT Huntbach) 4 Merrywood Merry (D Coville) 5 Roger Rick (R Pyke) 6 Nosey Twill Do (M Turenne) 7 Timberhne Calgary (C Desjardins) 8 Fascinating Grade (R Desiardtns) Fourth race. mee. pace. $1,200 1. Flaming Royal (R Labreche) 2 Vanway Lucky ID Coville) 3. Pearls Lady (R Currant 4 Frisson Rumble (A Carrier) W 6 6 7. 10-1 e 8-1 7-2 y 3-1 2 12-1 a 5- 2 6- 1 6 6 5-' . 7. 5- 2 g 3-1 1 B-1 2 ' 3 7- 2 8- 1 6 6 3-1 1 6 1 2 10-1 3 8- 1 4 9- 2 6 7 7' 8 12-1 W 1 6- 1 2 2 Valleycreek Topps (A Bourassa! . 4 60 3 30 4 Royal Seeister IG Plourde) 3 50 Time 2 04 4 Also Venture Counsel, Cognac Le-gardeur, Worthy. Kitlean. Super K C, Moorelands Lola Exactor $21 10 Qumeiia $15 10 Fifth race, mile, pace, $2,1 50 8 Amies Scamp (T Robinson) 10 60 5 50 4 00 1 Bye Bye Danny IM Turenne) 10 00 8 00 4 Sire De Montebello (G Workman) 4 30 Time 2 04 1. Also Dish Rag. Caroldons Best. Rideau King, Southampton Time. Lyns Misty Boy. Sandy Wye Tnactor (8-1-4) $2.387 90 Box Tnactor (1-4-8) $1.193 95 Exactor $167 00 Sixth race, mile, trot, $1,850 3. Big Red Ranger (Y Demers) , 7 20 5 10 2 90 4 Range Lightning (K Backer) 4 60 3 00 2 Intisy (D O'Dwyer) 3 30 Time 2 08 3. Also Pride Of Proud, Byes Hawk. Rustic Breeze. C K Royal. Strike Price, Keystone Henry scratched. Exector $34 50 Quineile $1740 I Seventh race, mile, pace, $2,450 3 Jennifers Lence ID O'Dwyer) 2 50320 270 8 Quick N Tough (R Labreche! 17 40 7. 10 4 Bon. Ben (D Plouffe) 6 20 Time 2 024 Also Kawartha Quiktime. Parkhill Eagle. Fancy Lady. Francie P. Smog Supreme Fifth race, mile, pace, $1,300 Exactor $30 90 Qumeiia $31 50 Eighth race, mile, pace, $1,550 1 Dorado Oro (A McCoy! 5 90 4 20 3 40 7 R.touiour (D Plouffe) 3 80 2 90 6 Mathers Truty G Workman) 5 60 Time 2 03 1 Also Crumbles. Armbro Action, Jade Juliette. Normans Bow, Carefree Rich Exactor $37 60 Qumeiia $8 50 I Ninth race, mile, pace. $2,800 10 Whata Breeze IG Groulx Jr ) 15 80 6 70 4 40 2 G J Bob (L Turenne! 4 10 3 80 8 Reno Hanover IJ Wood) 4 90 Time: 2 03 2 Also Keystone Despot, I Cant Tell. Mars Expo, Brats Sunshine, Faisan Legrand. Smokey Lopez scratched. Exactor $71 30 Qumeiia $26 00 i Tenth race. mile, pace, $1,700 8 Happy Tiger IG Workman) 12 10 8 30 3 40 7 Romantic Flash (M Lanviere) 5 10 3 40 6 Southcote Friday (M Turenne) 5 80 Time 2 044 Also Verne Noel. Flom Gallon GB, New Direct. Katie Obrien. G C Burchilt, Concerto Legardeur Tnactor (8-7-6) $286 00 Box Triactor (6-7-8) $143 00 Exactor $37 10 Attendance 1.480 Mutuel $135,204 Sixth race, maa, pace, $1,850 Seventh race, maa. pace, $1,400 Eighth race, maa, peca, $2,700a 8- 1 3 4- 1 4 6- 2 6 9- 2 6 7 9-2 8 8-1 7- 1 , 10-1 2 5- 2 3 7-2 4 12-1 s 3-1 6 5-1 7 5-2 8 7- 2 2 1 ' 3- 1 2 4- 1 3 5- 1 8- 1 6 7-1 7 S-2 8 9- 2 7-2 1 2- 1 2 3- 1 3 4- 1 4 7-1 6 10-1 6 7 71 8 9-1 g (S Jones) Ninth race, mile. pece. $2,700 Tenth race. mile. trot. $4,000 Eleventh race. mile. pece. $1,400 10-1 6- 1 5-2 7- 2 92 2-1 10-1 7- 2 2-1 5- 2 9- 2 10- 1 8- 1 6- 1 5-1 9- 2 72 5-2 2- 1 7- 1 8- 1 10- 1 72 9- 2 4-1 3- 1 4- 1 21 Spawns UPC photo Bobby Hull adjusts father's tie Hockey hall inducts four TORONTO (UPC) Former Montreal goaltender Ken Dryden, who backstopped the Canadiens to six Stanley Cups while playing only seven full NHL seasons, Thursday was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, along with Chicago Black Hawk stars Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita and Boston general manager Harry Sinden. Dryden's storybook career began in 1971 when, after being called up from the minors with only one month remaining in the season, he led the Canadiens to the Stanley Cup with series victories over favored Bos- ton and Chicago. Another championship followed in 1973 and, after a much-publicized sabbatical to study law, Dryden came back to help anchor Montreal to four straight titles from 1977 to '79. The five-time Vezina Trophy winner as the league's top goaltender then became a sports rarity he retired while at the top of his profession. "I felt that if I didn't quit, I would spend most of my time telling myself why I should quit," he said. "I wanted to stop at a time when I still had the chance to do . something else well." It's a decision, Dryden says, he has never regretted. "I miss parts of it. The Islanders and the. , Bruins. The playoffs. Boston Garden and, the Forum. I miss the feeling after winning the Stanley Cup. But I don't miss the other things." Dryden, who looks more like a high school teacher than a veteran of shinny , wars, has spent the last year writing a book about hockey which is entitled 'The Game'; and is slated to be released in October. Though he completed his degree, he doesn't plan to ever practise law. ; Mikta's accomplishments don't exactly pale in comparison. He won the league scoring championships four times, the MVR three times and the Lady Byng as the most gentlemanly player twice, as well as being a . first-team all-star six times. He was especially glad to be inducted with his old teammate Hull, a holder of seven scoring championships and a first-team all-star nine times in 14 NHL seasons. Sinden, who coached the Bruins to the Stanley Cup in 1970 and also guided Team Canada in the 1972 Summit Series, was in-, ducted in the Builder's category. In his 11 . years as general manager at Boston, the Bruins have made it to the Stanley Cup final three times. Playoff format changes made TORONTO (UPI) The National Hockey League Board of Governors approved changes in the Stanley Cup playoff format Thursday in a bid to inject more interest into the 80-game regular season schedule. Home ice advantage in the confereace finals this season will go to the team whose division has the superior record in games against its rivals in the same conference, NHL President John Ziegler announced after a day-long meeting. There are two conferences with two divisions in each conference. ; The formula is based on the total number of points accumulated by teams in a division in games against teams in the other division of the same conference. In the past, home ice advantage has been decided by the flip of a coin prior to the beginning of the season. The same system this time pitting conference against conference will be used to determine the host team for the Stanley Cup final. Ziegler said the NHL hoped the system would allow fans to identify more closely with the division and conference in which their home team plays. The board also changed the sequence of Stanley Cup games to make them more equitable. Under the new system the series will open with two games in the host city, move to the rival city for three games and back to the host city for the final two if needed. Previously, the teams played two games in each city, then alternated back and forth for the final three. "After the 80-game schedule, we felt it was better to trim the home ice advantage that existed under the old system," said Ziegler. He added the reduction in travel "is better for the players and there is a financial advantage." The board announced that the first round of this season's playoffs will begin April 4 with the next round slated to begin on a set date regardless of when the first series ends The NHL waiver draft will be held Oct. 3 this season.

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