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1 W W W W WWm9 W WmW' Trr'nrvifvvTinrrvinnnr w F V Tw V'W M r" 9 m n w wm m waw'w ww w w m " ri The Srrantonian 56 Sun,, Aug. 27, 1978 I nfl Exhibitions i MomlP's Pre-Sesson Choice to Clin Miomi Title Chargers 17 V'-v'- .tlAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - James Harris 20-yard ;iducJidown pass to Johnny Rodgers and Mike Fullers 11-yard -scoring run on a fake field goal propelled the San Diego Chargers Xtfl a; 17-6 National Football League preseason victory over the NpvrYork Giants Saturday night. 1 The victory by the Chargers, who played without newly signed fynqillg back Lydell Mitchell, gave them a 2-2 exhibition record I heading Into their regular season opener Sept. 3 In Seattle. The tAants, also 2-2, start the season next Saturday night In Tampa W;: -Harris completed 18 of 38 passes for 235 yards and was Intercepted three times. He marched the Chargers 71 yards In 11 -K hlttlng Sy the second period to give i, Relinquished. A m Colts 13 i.'PpNTIAC, Mich. (UPI) - Fullback Don Hardeman scampered V" five yards around left end with 1:54 to play In the exhibition game safurilay night to give the Baltimore Colts a 13-7 victory over the . Detroit Lions. But the Colts received what could be some stunning news from I th&r first exhibition victory - quarterback Bert Jones may not s- be able to play in next Monday nights regular-season opener at Dallas because of a slight shoulder separation. ; ; Jones suffered what was described as a "Incomplete separation of his right shoulder when he was sacked the play 7 before Toni Llnhart kicked a 42-yard field goal to give the Colts a ; 3-0 lead with 3:28 left In the first quarter. ' .The Colts may have been reduced Just one quarterback, Mike KlrRlahd, when another reserve, Bill Troup, left the field holding his right shoulder with nine minutes left to play in the game. . Baltimore also lost offensive tackle David Taylor with what was ' described as a "separated anklet Saints 17 Oilers 3 i HOUSTON (UPI) - New Orleans quarterback Archie Manning threw touchdowns passes of 19 and 15 yards to tight end Henry " Chiles and a stubborn Saints defense kept Houston out of Its end of the field In the first 39 minutes Saturday to take a 17-3 exhibition victory over the Oilers. Chiles two touchdown passes came in the first half and the f Saints and Oilers traded field goals In the find! 30 minutes as New Orleans protected Its lead with a number of excellent defensive 1 plays. ' An Interception by Saints saftey Don Schwartz In his own end zone midway through the fourth quarter stopped Houston's second scoring threat of the game. Late in the third quarter, Houston settled for Toni Fritsch's 19-yard field goal after the Oilers were pushed back from the one yard line. .Manning was the best offensive threat In the game as he completed nine of 16 passes for 121 yards In the three quarters he played. Cowboys 16 Steelers 13 , IRVING, Texas (UPI) - Roger Stuabach threw two touchdown passes in the last three minutes Saturday night to Ignite a lethargic Dallas offense and rally the Cowboys to a 16-13 exhibition victory over the Plttsbugh Steelers. Dallas had maintained good field position most of the evening but had only a field goal to show for It until Staubach completed three straight first-down passes and hit Drew Pearson with a 17-yardscoringtosswlth2:46toplay. That cut the Pittsburgh lead to 13-9 and the Cowboys defense promptly forced Pittsburgh to punt, giving Dallas the ball on the Steeler 48. Dallas kept the winning touchdown drive alive when - Staubach completed a 21-yard pass to Tony Hill on fourth down that carried the ball to the 23. Three plays later, Staubach hit Hill 1 again with a 15 yard touchdown strike. - Staubach completed 25-of-46 passes for 335 yards. Bengals 17 Packers 14 MILWAUKEE (UPI) - Archie Griffin rushed for a pair oi -.touchdowns Saturday night to spark the Cincinnati Bengals to a '17-14 pre-season victory over the Green Bay Packers in a game that saw both clubs lose their starting quarterbacks to Injuries. Cincinnati ran up a 17-0 lead before Green Bay rallied with two touchdown passes by third-string quarterback Dennis Sproul tn the final 10 minutes of the last quarter. Cincinnati finished with a 2-2 pre-season record and Green Bay wound up 1-3. The Injuries to the quarterbacks, however, overshadowed the 1 score. Green Bays David Whitehurst was the first to go, Injuring his left shoulder on the Packers second play of the game. He spent most of the time after that In the locker room, where ice was , applied to the ailing shoulder. Cincinnatis Ken Anderson, who completed ll-of-17 passes for -88 yards and one touchdown, left midway In the third quarter with . a bruised index finger on his right hand. He, too, did not return 'and it was reported the finger would be Xrayed to determine the - extent of the injury. Rams 28 Raiders 3 OAKLAND (UPI) - Quarterback Pat Haden passed for two I touchdowns and his backup, Vince Ferragamo, threw for another - Saturday night to lead the Los Angeles Rams to a 28-3 pre-season triumph over the Oakland Raiders. , Haden, who hit on 12-of-18 passes In the first half, connected with Ron Jessie for seven yards and a TD with 14 seconds to play in the second quarter He then hit Willie Miller on a 4-yard scoring pass early In the - third quarter. Miller scored again in the closing minutes on a 32- yard pass from Ferragamo. - Running back Wendell Tyler scored the first Ram touchdown on a 36-yard dash, eluding Raider safety Jack Tatum. The Raiders scored first on a 23-yard field goal by Errol Mann, - He missed a 21-yarder In the second quarter tor the Raiders only other serious scoring chance. Vote Changes BALTIMORE (AP) - Franchise owners in the Eastern Basketball Association voted Saturday to change the minor league basketball associations name to the Continental Basketball Association. At the start of a two-day Padres Nip Mets, 2-1 ; SAN DIEGO (UPI) - Dave -Winfield hit his 21st homer, a two-run shot In the first inning, -Saturday night to give the San -Diego Padres a 2-1 triumph over the New York Mets. -Mickey Lollch, making his first start of the year after -being Idled with knee surgery in "early May. went the first five innings to gain his second ..triumph of the campaign. - Giants 6 the ne on toe flrstplay San Diego a lead it never Lions 7 EBA to CBA meeting here, the owners also decided that there would be no further expansion of the league this year. The league now has eight teams, split Into two divisions. Comprising the northern division are the teams of Anchorage, Rochester, Maine and Jersey Shore. Teams in the southern division are Baltimore and Allentown, Lancaster and Wilkes-Barre In Pennsylvania. In other action, the owners drafted players from the now defunct Quincy, Mass., team. Maine drafted James Garvin and Ernie Feragne; Rochester, Bob Cooper; Baltimore, Jerry Fort and Mike Spencer; Allentown, Walter Luckett and Joe Pride; Lancaster, Ken Boyd and Earl King; Jersey shore. Frank Oleynid and Allen Dalton; Wilkes Barre, - Bill Wurm; and Anchorage, Robert Brooks and Brian Banks. By HERSCHEL NISSENSON AP Sports Writer The Crimson Tide of Alabama, who finished a controversial second to Notre Court By JENNY KELLNER UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - The strike by the Major League Association, which Torn Knee Ligament Will Keep Griese Out of Dolphins' Lineup . ByLESKJOS MIAMI (UPI) - Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese suffered a torn ligament in his left knee in the Dolphins 24-20 win over Tampa Bay Friday night and will be out for much of the season. We had an arthogram taken on Grieses knee this afternoon and It revealed a tear In the medial collateral ligament, Coach Don Shula said Saturday. He will be In a cast for three weeks and it will depend on how soon he rehabilitates when he can play. . This is a severe blow for our plans for the upcoming season. Everything now depends on our backup Don Strock and on rookie quarterback Guy Benjamin," he added. We are hopeful Griese will rehabilitate quickly and be able to help us In the second half of the season. i Grieses knee was injured in the third quarter at Tampa Bay when Buccaneer linebacker Cecil Johnson slammed him just after he had released a 12yard completion. "It was a clean hit on the part of the tackier, Shula said. He said Griese would be counted on the clubs final 45man Tavern Softball Terrific, is the only word to describe the City Tavern League playoffs on Saturday. Several hundred fans at Wood Street saw two of the finest played games ever, as Hamten Inn, waited until the bottom of the 11th Inning to deliver the knock-out blow to Hannon's, 8-7, and Parker House kayoed Gilbride's, In the bottom of the seventh and final inning with a two-run rally, 9-8. The championship game between Hamten Inn and Parker House will be played this afternoon at 2 Oclock at Wood Street, and another outstanding crowd is expected to be on hand. Hamten Inn is seeking its first title, while Parker House will be looking for its fourth. Two outstanding pitchers, Frank Nicolosi, the winner, and Jerry "Moe Sherman went the entire route in the Hamten-Hannonduel. Hannons took a 2-0 lead, but Hamten Jumped ahead In the fifth, 4-2. A five-run sixth put Hannons In front, 7-4, but Hamten tied it with a three-run sixth. Hannons, the Northern champ and Hamten Inn, who grabbed the Southern crown went into a deepfreeze for 4tt Innings, when in the bottom of the 11th, Bugno led off with his fourth hit, a double, and after a Papi popped up and Szakal grounded out, Paul Mailen delivered the game-winning blow, a sharp single to centerfield ending the longest playoff game in the 19 year history of the league. Bugno led the winner with HOUSTON (UPI) - Bruce four hits, while Szakal and Bochys two-run double sparked Mailen had two each and Joe a five-run first inning and J.R. Papl tripled. Hannons was led Richard tossed a six-hitter by Moe" Sherman with two Saturday to lead the Houston J ? 's trlP,es n e av double. Parker House, who grabbed the Eastern crown and Glbride's, the Western champ played anotjier thriller. Parker House, who had the leagues best record winning 17 of Its 18 games played, - won In the bottom of the last inning when they scored two runs. E.J. Bums led off with a single, moved to second on Bill McDonough's single, and Jack Doc" OMalley tied it up with a double to right. Steve Malysz was intentionally walked, Forsetti filed to short left, runners holding. John Schmidt, newcomer to the team this season sent a long fly ball to right field and McDonough slid safely home with the winning run following a near-perfect throw to the plate by the outfielder. Parker House took a 2-0 lead in the second on Malysz double, a single by Schmidt, a walk to Jack Williams and a sacrifice fly. Gilbrides made it 2-1 In the third on Tom Croftons inside toe park home run to deep left field. Gilbrides tied It at 2 all In toe top of the fourth. Jim Fawcett said the league will take a voluntary contribution today for the Muscular Dystrophy Fund and a check will be turned over to the local chapter. Dame last season, have been picked to win the 1978 national championship by The Associated Press college football board. Oider Puts limps began Friday, was called off Saturday morning by the associations attorney after Judge Joseph L. McGlynn of the U.S District Court In Cubs Use Six-Run 8th To Conquer Reds, 8-6 CINCINNATI (UPI) - Bobby Murcers bases-loaded single eluded Cincinnati center fielder Cesar Geronlmo for an error, permitting four runs to score during a six-run eighth Inning Saturday that gave the Chicago Cubs an 8-6 victory over the Reds. The Cubs winning rally came after a rain delay of one hour and 59 minutes in the bottom of the seventh and sent the Reds down to their Uth loss in the last 16 games. Dave Roberts, the second of three Cub pitchers, picked up his sixth victory against eight losses and Bruce Sutter came on with one out in the bottom of the eighth to gain his 23rd save. The Reds led 4-2 when the Cubs erupted for their six-run Inning. With one out, Greg Gross singled, Rodney Scott walked and Bill Buckner followed with a single to load the bases off Doug Bair, 6-5. Dave Tomlin replaced Bair and the Reds left-hander was greeted by Murcer's shot to center which skidded past Geronlmo and rolled to the fence as four runners scored. One out later, Manny Trillo Richard Hikes SO Output in 7-2 Win CHICAGO (UPI) - Mike Squires and Don Kessinger each doubled home a pair of runs Saturday night to lead the Chicago White Sox to an 8-7 triumph over the Cleveland Indians. . CLEVELAND CHICAGO brhM IlllCait H 5 111 Mollnar rt 5 0 10 Keungr a 0 0 11 Squires lb 510 0 Johns dh 0 110 Sdrblra 3b 4 110 KBetl 5b 5 110 Cob c 4 0 11 Boafey If 0 100 Pryor ft 0 00 0 Spencer cf 0 0 0 0 Stone p 0 0 0 0 LaGrow p Moose p 0 0 0 0 BUIgbby p Touie 117 U I Totals Cteretaad Qilci Astros t0 a 7'2 vlctory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Richard, 14-11, pitched his 12th complete game 8nd struck his major league-leading total to 244 as Houston won its fifth in a row. Bruce Kison, 4-5, was the abrhbl 111 1 1010 4 112 4111 5121 SOI I 10 11 40 11 40 10 2 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 oooo oooo 0 0 0 0 20 0 13 1 001 001 000- T lease 004 200 ftx- I E-K Bell LOB-Cleveland 0. CWcaso I 2B-Squires Keaanfer, Norris, Kuiper. SB-Garr. S-Dade. IP H RERBBSO Clydt (L Ml Hood fretslcbco Monjt Stone (W lb-101 LaGre. Willoughby 1M 11-5 5 2 7 11-3 2-3 Freteltbm pUrbrd to 4 batten hi 7th Sere-Willoughby (13) T-2 21 - A- 19.100 Arkansas, Penn State and Oklahoma also were picked to finish ahead of defending champion Notre Dame, which Is fifth In the pre-season ratings. Philadelphia Issued a temporary restalnlng order against the strikers. We violently disagree with the courts decision (Friday roster and there were no immediate plans to look for another quarterback to back up Strock and Benjamin. Well go with Strock and Benjamin but In the event that Griese doesn't rehabilitate - then weU make a decision on the third quarterback. Strock has been here five years now and the times hes played for us he has been effective, Shula said. Benjamin is still a rookie and Is non-proven, but were pleased with everything we have seen of him so far. -1 Benjamin, an All-America at Stanford last year, was the Dolphins second round draft choice. Griese was the statistical leader among the NFL quarterbacks last year throwing 22 touchdown passes, with a completion percentage of 58.6. In his 11 years with the Dolphins, he has only been severely hampered by Injuries twice. The last time was in 1972 when he broke his leg In the sixth game of the season. Earl Morrall took over that year and helped take the Dolphins to their perfect 17-0 season and the Super Bowl championship. doubled and Tom Hume, replacing Tomlin, was greeted by Ivan DeJesus triple. Tim Blackwell's infield out closed the scoring. The Reds scored a run in the eighth on Dan Driessen's sacrifice fly and added another run in the ninth on Mike Lum's pinch-hit homer. CHICAGO CINCINNATI abrhbl 4 0 11 3 110 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 112 4 110 2101 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 100 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mil 30 0 7 0 Chicago 000200000-0 Cincinnati 000012111-0 E-Griffey, Geronlmo DP-Chicago 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB-Chicago S, Ctncinatti 5. 2B-Kingman, Trillo, Murcer. 3B-DeJesus, Foster. HR -Griffey (9), Lum (8). SB-Rose. S-Balr. SF-Driessen IP H RERBBSO abrhbl 4 110 Rose 3b 3 10 0 Morgan 2b 1 0 0 0 Kenndy 2b 9 2 3 0 Collins ph 5 2 4 2 Griffey rf 4 0 11 Foster If 0 0 0 0 Driessn lb 4 110 Bench c 4 111 Concpcn ss 4 0 11 Geronm cf 2 0 0 0 Bonham p 1 0 0 0 Moskau pr 1 0 0 0 Bair p 0 0 0 0 Tomlin p Hume p Lum ph 38 I 12 5 Totals Burris Robrts (W Sutter Bonham Bair (L Hi Itomlin Hume ' 6 11-3 12-3 5 2 1-3 12-3 HI Bair pitched to 3 batters in 7th Save-Sutter (23). WP-Robertt. Bench T-2.41. A-47,299 PB- starter and loser for the Pirates. The Astros took advantage of three Pirate errors for five unearned runs in the first. With one out, Dave Bergman was credited with a double which left fielder Bill Robinson lost in the glare. Frank Taveras booted Enos Cabells grounder and Jose Cruz struck out. Art Howe then singled in Bergman and Cabell scored when - right fielder Dave Parkers throw skipped past third. Dennis Walling singled to score Howe, took second on the throw home and continued to third on catcher Ed Otts wild throw. Julio Gonzalez was hit by a pitch and moved up on a wild pitch before Bochys. double brought In the final two runs, Houston added two in the brbbi 4 110 4 110 4 2 11 4 0 10 2 12 1 4 111 1100 3 00 0 30 12 2 0 0 0 Tavern is Moreno cf Parker rf Milner lb Ott e BRotmsa If Garner 2b Berra 3b Kison p Hamfttn p CamMr pb Bibty p Sanglln ph Reust p . ToUka Pittsburgh 33TII 0N0MM1-I saooooft-T E-Tvere 2. Parter, Ott. Hoe DP-Ptttsburgh 1, Houston 1 LOB-PtUfturgh 3. HouMon t a -Bergman. Bochy. 1B-Moram SB -Puhl, Cnn. Moreno IP R BERBBSO Kison (L 4-5) 1 1-3 7 7 1 1 2 Hamilton 53-1 1 0 I I 2 Btbby 3 0 0 0 I Reuse 1 4 4 4 1 4 Rtchari (W 14-111 0 1 2 I KBP-by Ktsna (Goazaleil. WP-Kaoa 2 T-2 II A -0.985 thanks to a 38-10 Cotton Bowl trouncing of previously unbeaten Texas, which was ranked No.l at the end of the regular seajon. This time, Alabama received 31 of 63 first-place votes and 1,-215 of a possible 1,260 points from The APs nationwide panel of sports writers and In Toronto, three of the four sportscasters. men who began the walkout Arkansas received 13 votes Friday afternoon reported for for the No.l spot and 1,111 the Blue Jays-Minnesota Twins points while five members of game Saturday. Umpire BUI the board voted for Penn State. Deegan, who was replaced by The Nlttany Lions accumulated 40-year-old illustrator Joe 1,013 points. Sawchuk, was unable to get a Oklahoma received just one flight from California to first-place vote but 997 points to Toronto. However; Bill Kunkel, nose out Notre Dame, which Terry Coqney and A1 Clark jjad nine .first-place votes and managed to get last-minute 937 total points. flights from New Jersey to ...... Toonto Of the remaining first-place I busted my rear end to get tw0 went to Southern here, said Kunkel. Cal and one each to Texas and Umpires Greg Kosc, Jerry Texas A&M, which finished 16th Neudecker, George Maloney toe voting, and Ted Hendry, all of whom Michigan received 908 points were In Boston Friday night but to 884 for Ohio State, 759for did not report to the stadium, Texas, 747 for Southern Cal and were back tn their positions for 563 for Nebraska. -' Saturday s California-Boston The pre-season Second Ten 8ame- consists of Washington, UCLA, In Detroit, Bill Haller was the Louisiana State, Pittsburgh, only member of the four-man Kentucky, Texas A&M, Florida crew who did not report to the statei ciemson, North Carolina stadium Saturday afternoon. It and iowa State, was not known why he did not Last years final Top Ten show ujr however, umpires included Notre Dame, Ken Keiser, Ron Luciano and Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, Mike Reilly all reported for Penn statei Kentucky, duty and worked without Oklahoma, Pitt, Michigan and Ha1,er- Washington. In the only National League jn Second Ten were Ohio early afternoon game, regular state, Nebraska, Southern Cal, umpires John McSherry, Paul friorfda State, Stanford, San Runge, Bob Engel and Jerry ojeg0 state, North Carolina, Dale all reported for work. Arizona State, Ciemson and Friday night, all 13 major BrighamYoung. league games were played with "stanfordi San Djeg0 statei the makeshift crews even after state and Brigham McGlynn issued the back- young failed to make this ATLANTA (UPI) - Garry towork order, which was years pre-season Top Twenty. Templeton and Tony Scott contingent on a further hearing They were replaced by UCLA, drove in three runs apiece before the court on Wednesday, Louisiana State, Texas A&M Saturday night to lead the St. Au8- 30. The American and and iowa state. Louts Cardinals to a 9-4 victory National Leagues sought an over the Atlanta Braves. Injunction against the walkout a q OA St. Louis, winning for the 16th earlier in the day. I OD time In its last 21 games, scored four runs in the second Inning to KlfrgTT33iEEflrEll1 t T2liTita nm knock out loser Preston Hanna, " a sted Presl m pnMeason cge (00l. 7-13. Ted Simmons reached on htoepark an error by first baseman Dale standing points. Points based on khmi-w-ims-m- tlurphy and Keith Hernandez Norm.sTransmissio 8 2 Twatn'3'2'1 n-m 1215 and Wayne Garrett walked to sottiie insurance 7 4 2Arkansas us) ih-o i,ni load the bases. Scott then lofted JJ !SSrV,H IS 'SJ a sacrifice fly and Mike Phillips jJwuSstern sank! w IS SS drove in a run with a single. A TUsWeek'isdwduie miosute JJJ m sacrifice by Martinez preceded Tuesday - 5 p.m Second game of best- I Texas (1) 11-1-0 759 . of-three championship series between O.Souttieni Cal (21 8-4-0 747 Templetons two-run single to Norm's and Battaglias. (Battaglia's leads jO.Nebraska 9-3-0 563 chase Hanna. series, 1-01. ucla"810" 70 m' The Cardinals added two runs Gudattis Blacktopping umw. state m-o o in the sixth on run-scoring outlasted St. Stephens 15 Kentucky 10-1-0 419 singles hv Scott and Temnleton Boosters, 22-21, in North 10 Texas aam ni 1-4-0 410 singles Dy ocou ana lempieion t n Honda state 10-2-0 192 and they pushed across two Scranton-Central uty. Joe ciemson 8-3-1 152 more runs tn, the eighth on 7 Scofield collated four hits ' back-to-back RBI singles by while winner Steve Yannt ana others receiving votes, listed aiphabeti-Scott and Phillips. George Siegle each chipped in Hendricks third homer in two three hits. Steve ZarnOWSKl Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Houston, came and 18th of the vear banged out five hits, Patti f!ansa; Maryland. Mianu ot oiuo, Mich-games ana loin OI me year . Igan State, Mississippi, Mississippi State. closed the scoring in the ninth. PethicK added three and Brian Missouri, North Carolina state, North Murphy homered for St. Purdue- Sa" ureg state, CT' ATWNT Stephens. e Ten"eMet' Tempttn ss 5 0 2 3 Hubbrd 2b Mmphry rf 4 0 0 0 Office cf 5 111 Burrghs If 4 10 0 Homer 3b 2 3 0 0 Matthws rf 110 0 Nolan c 2 12 0 Murphy lb 3 12 3 Chaney ss 4 13 2 Hanna p 3 0 0 0 Easterly p Campbll p Gilbrth ph Boggs p Beall ph Totals SUM Totals St. LouM Back on night), said attorney Richard Phillips. However, out of respect for the Judicial system I advised the umpires to return to work this morning." 5 0 2 0 4 110 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4121 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 3 110 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 oooo 1112 34 4 9 4 040 003 031- IN IN 002- 4 E-Murphy. DP -St Louis 1, Atlanta 1. LOB-SL Louis 5, Atlanta 7. 2B-Nolan, Phillips. 3B-Matthews. HR -Hendrick (II), Beall (1). S-Martinez SF-Scott. IP H RERBBSO Martinet (W 14) 9 1 4 4 4 1 Hanna (L 7-13) 1M 3 4 1 1 1 Easterly 41-3 4 2 3 3 $ Campbell 1 0 0 0 9 0 Boggs 3 4 3 3 3 0 T-2:21. A -18,024 Jays Edge Twins, 4-3 TORONTO (UPI) - Dave McKay led off the 10th Inning with his fifth homer of the year Saturday to give the Toronto Blue Jays to a 4-3 win over the Minnesota Twins behind the combined pitching of Jesse Jefferson and rookie reliever Victor Cruz. The Blue Jays have won' seven of their last eight games. McKay hit a 3-2 pitch from loser Geoff Zahn, 9-13, into the left field seats to give Cruz, Who took over for Jefferson in the ninth, his fifth win against one loss. MINNESOTA TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl Powell rt 5 0 1 0 Boseettl cf 5150 Smalley a toil Bailor ft 4121 Carew lb 4110 Velet rf 4 0 0 0 Font rf 4 10 0 Hortna ft 1111 Cubbag ft 5 0 10 Woods U 4 0 11 Adams A 4 I 2 1 Ault lb 4 12 0 Wtlfong pc 0 110 McKay ft 5 111 Wynegar c 5 0 0 0 Cprone c 4 0 11 Norwood V 10 11 Gomel m 4810 Randall ft 5 0 3 1 Jeftena p Mil Zahn p 0 0 0 0 Crux p 0 0 0 5 Tbtak WIKI ToUM 174114 4M mow 0-1 1I0MM1-I K-Cemne, Gome. LOB-11 Toronto 1L IB - Adams, BonsetU. Horton. IB-Aolt HR -McKay (51. SB-PowelL Carew S-AuK. Smalley. Wyt gar, Velex, W tiling. SF- Horton. IP H RERBBSO Zahn (L Will 8 IS 4 4 I I letters 8 8 I I 4 I Cnn (W S-ll 118 8-11 Zaha patched to one batter the MUl WP-Jeftersm. T-2 54 A-2S.801 Field Road test T. 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