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Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Monday, August 1 7, 1 987 15 The Scoreboard Lewis, Louganis lead U.S. medals onslaught At Pan American Games TiJiW AMERICAN CONFERENCE East mum W L TPrt. PF 0 1 000 22 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 1 0 1 0 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS N Y. Jets .000 13 .000 14 .000 3 .000 17 Bears 10, Dolphins 3 Chicago I 3 I 7-11 Miami I 3 I I 3 Second Quarter Mia-FGReveiz.37.1:20 Cbi-FGButler.36,6:25 Fourth Qurter Chi -Moms 65 pass from Karnaugh (DuvKkickl.4 11 A-63.451. 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Cealral 1 0 0 FIRST-PURSE $9,511 3VO CL.MG S18.M$1$.0M.7FUR 5-Slacks Max (Lukasl 6.20 2 80 210 4-KonaWavlVighottil 380 210 7-NonStopPoniCastaneda) 210 Buffalo Miami New England Cincinnati Cleveland Houston FIRST-t mile Pace Off 17:31, Time 2:11.2. Parset2.4N J-Skipa Sarnel (T Valine) 5.00 2.40 2.20 6-Wheeling Baron IE Nicklel 2 40 2.10 4-MandysPruicesslFWeiiikaiiff) 2.60 1000 31 1000 31 TIME 1:24.3 I 0 0 1 0 1 BIG TRIPLE (341 Paid III5.M EXACTA (5-4) $25.11 BOX 1361 Paid 152.91 EXAtTA 1341 Paid IIH .000 20 .000 17 LOW 29 .500 47 .500 39 .000 16 000 14 SECOND-PI RSE KM FiM 3Y04UP CLMG SS.ftW.'FIR 3-.listakenBidiBnnegar) 13.80 5 80 3 60 2-BlinkerBabviRiverai 4.80 280 7-HurryUoIdaiPaganj 340 San Diego Denver Kansas City LA. Raiders Seattle 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 SECOND-! mile Pace Off 17:51. Time 2:12.3, Purse II.IN 6-MrSuperflylCConnorl 13 80 3 60 5 60 3-lnivDinklMPelersool 2 20 2 40 5-Super Quick I W MullmJ 2J0 Chi Mia First downs 22 9 Rushes-yards 43-264 18-58 Passing 152 146 Return Yards 66 104 Comp-Att-Int 16-29-2 16-29-3 Sacked-Yards Lost 0 1-15 Punts 4-30 6-39 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2 Penalties-Yards 7-50 9-55 Time of Possession 37:25 22:35 NATIONAL CONFERENCE TIME 1:25.3 DAILY DOl BLE (341 Paid 132.41 EXACT A (3-2) $69 H DAILY DOUBLE (S-3) $34.41 East 1 0 1 0 0 1 BIG TRIPLE (6-3-51 Paid $78.69 BOX 13-5-6) Paid 139.31 100D 19 1.000 23 000 0 000 10 .000 16 EXACTA (6-3) Paid Et THIRD-PURSE $17,251 F4M 3V041P PA ALLOWANCE. 6A1 2 FUR 2 - Bourbon And Soda i Lewis I 19 80 8 40 4 40 1-She'sagoldmedalistlAvarzal 5 00 3 60 5-Daddy 's Shadow iWilson) O) 0 10 0 1 0 Central 10 0 1 49ers 42, Raiders 16 49en 14 7121-42 Raiders 3 13 6 l-ll First Quarter SF-Craig2run (Wersching kick), 4:22 SF-Rice 23 pass from Young (Wersching kickl. 9:36 LA-Bahr 36 FG. 14:26 Second Quarter LA-Pattison 35 pass from Hilger (Bahr bcki.5 43 SF-Flaglerlnm (DeLine kick). 8:31 LA-Woods 56 punt return (kick fail). 1318 Fourth Quarter SF-DuBose8runlDeLinekick).l:33 SF-Nicholas 13 pass from Gagliano (DeLine kickl. 11:06 SF-White 27 interception return (DeLine kick), 13.37. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHTNG-San Francisco. Young 61. DuBose 844. Sidney 4-29. Ring 4-18. Rathman 4-16. Flagler 3-9. Craig 3. Cribbs 3-5. Gagliano 1-1-21 Los Angeles. Smith 4-30. Horton 4-17. King 4-16. Strachan 4-13. Allen 4-12. Lee 2-9. PASSrN'G-San Francisco. Young 20- 27-1-247. Gagliano 3-328. Los Angeles, Hilger 5-1371, Luther 5-14-1-77. RECEIVrNG-San Francisco, Hill 4-74. Rice 3-59. Heller 3-23. Tavlor 2-37. DuBose 2- 15. Flagler 2-14. Nicholas 1-13. Wilson 1-13. Craig 1-9. Frank 1-8. Ring 1-6. Sidney 1-3. Rathman 1-1 Los Angeles. Fernandez 3- 49. Pattison 1-35. Lofton 1-21. Williams 1-11. Horton 1-9. Woods. 1-9. Hester 1-7. Smith 1-7. MISSED FIELD GO ALS-None. AtUsAogeles-47.191 Browns 31, Cardinals 16 St. Louis 7 9 I t-16 Cleveland 1 7 14 1 31 First Quarter StL-Green 39 pass from Lonuu (Lee kick). 3:41 10 THIRD ! mile Pace Off I8:M. Time 2:13.3, Purse SUM 5-TownTroubklRMoran) 4.60 4.20 2.20 2-Change Partner (C Hand) 19.00 4.20 3 - Hilton CoUins ( D Collett ) 2J0 N Y. Giants Washington Dallas Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Detroit Green Bay Minnesota Tampa Bay L A. Rams San Francisco Atlanta New Orleans TIME 1:18.3 EXACTA (MH87.W BIGTRIPLE(5-2-3)PaidS372.2l BOXl2-3-5lPaidSlH6.il 0 I 0 1 0 1 0 1 West 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 .000 19 .000 14 000 17 .000 30 1000 51 1.000 62 1 000 19 1.000 23 Jets 13, Eagles 10 Eagles 7 31 6-16 Jets ; 3 3-13 First Quarter NYJ-Clifton 30 fumble return (Leahy kickl.7:03 Phi-Toney 1 run (McFadden kick). 11:07 Second Quarter NYJ-FGRagusal9.l:49 Phi-FG McFadden 32. 11:35 Fourth Quarter NYJ-FG Leahy 23. 14:31 . INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RISHING-Philadelphia. Reid 7-29. Kofler 2-22. Crawford 3-22. Haddii 7-20. Lambiotte 1-14. Toney 4-14. Morse 4-13. Cunningham 1-7. Moore 1-lminus 21. Tautalalasi 2-lminus 21 N Y Jets. Ransdell 342. Yk 11-31. Hector 5-19. Hunter 4-12. Bhgen 4-12 PASSLNG-Philadelphia. Cunningham 5-7-48. Cavanaugh 4-7-44. Roller 1-4- I minus 414. Lambiotte 1-5-1-1. N Y Jets. O'Brien 5-12-tW. Rvan 4-10-43. Ransdell 327. RECEIVING -Philadelphia. Redick 339. Little 2-24. Canity 2-21. Reid 1-5. Crawford 1- 3. Tautalatasi 1-1. Morse 1-lminus 41. N Y Jets. Toon 3-25. Martin 2-27. Grant 2- 16. Hector 119. Thomas 1-11. Harper 1-9. TownseU 1-7. Vick 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALS -Philadelphia, McFadden 33. 47. At East Rutherford. N.J.-37.325 Saints 23, Vikings 17 Vikings 7 II t 1-17 Saints I 3 7 13-23 First Quarter Min-Carter 14 pass from W Wilson iC. Nelson bcki. 14 37 Second Quarter Min-Lewis 6 pass from W Wilson lDawsom.5 19 NO -FG Andersen 33. 10 33 Min-FG Dawson 27, 14.50 Third Quarter NO - HiUiard 3 run I Andersen kick I . 7:10 Fourth Quarter NO-HiUiard 19 run lAndersen kickl. 3:26 NO - Word 1 1 run i kick fai led 1 . 12:1)3 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Minnesota. Gannon 4-35. D. Nelson 5-31. Doaer 4-12. Anderson 3-9. T Brown 4-5. Rice 1-4. Fennev 21 New Orleans. Hilliard 11-62. Word K-39. Williams 4-26. Grav 7-23. Maves 8-13. Jordan 2-6. EXACTA (5-2) PaidSIOl.OO FOURTH-PURSE $9,509 3YO&UP STARTER-ALLOWANCE, 1&I-2M TURF 8- StreetWalflLukasl 41.40 13.20 500 9- ApnlCatlWilsonl 7.40 3 80 10- Break Clean I Miceli) 360 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RLSHING-Chicago. Mosley 5-51. Anderson 9-50, Thomas 4-30, Sanders 6-27. Jessie 4-18. Payton 4-17. Tomsczak 2-16. Flutie 1-18. Harbaugh 2-13. Heimuli 3-11. Suhey 2-9, Gentry 1-4. Miami, Stradford 5-19. Hampton 4-18. Jensen 3-14. Isom 2-3. Davenport 1-5. T. Brown 1. Marino 1. Konecnvl-(minusl). PASSING -Chicago. Tomcszak 9-17-2-68. Flutie 30-19. Harbaugh 4465. Miami. Jensen 9-17-2-80. Manno 6-943. Karsatos 1-3-1-38 RECEIVING -Chicago. Sanders 2-11. Anderson 2-6. Jessie 2-lminus 41. Morris 1-65. Barnes 1-13. Gentry 1-12. Ortego 1-11. Knapczyk 1-8. Kozlowst 1-7, Moorehead 1-7. Pavton 1 Thomas 1-5. Wrightman 1-5 Miami. Hampton 3-16. Pruitt 2-47. T Brown 2-20. Banks 2-15. Konecny 2-14. Williams l it. Shakespeare 1-13. Duper 1-10. Hardv 1-8 Stradford 1-4 MISSED FIELD GOALS-N'one. TIME2:29.2 FOURTH-1 mile Pace Off 08:29, Time 2:13.3. PurseSLzM 4-CommitteeBellelAPeell 9 20 5 00 3 40 2-DJsAttomevlMCardassi) 31 80 9 20 7-JerrysShoeiNShoemakerIII) 3.60 TRI-SUPER 14-2-All i Paid $59 M Thursday's Games TRIFECTA (8-9-Hi $755.61 EXACTA 14-2) Paid $26401 FIFTH-PI RSE SI1.3M F 20 ALLOWANCE. 31-2 FUR 3-DanskaraiFerrerl 13 80 4 40 310 2-HopeFromAboyelllampshireJr I 7 80 3 10 4 - Crafty V Hasty I Fmt Jr. I 2J0 FIFTH ! mile Pace Off 18:49. Time ! Ml. Purse 52,001 1-TvladlMPetersonl 10 40 5.00 4.40 6-FeatureStariPRoddyl 16.20 7.60 9-JonathanHiggins(KDulgarian) 6.40 TIME 1:17.2 EXa.M3-2)$98 69 BIG TRIPLE 1191 Paid $1,741.21 BOX 1 19) Paid $871.69 EXACTA (1-61 Paid S34C.W TRl-Sl PER No Exchanges 2nd half TRI-SUPER CARRYOV ER $10,000 .40 SIXTH-PURSE $7,309 M FM 3YOUP PA-MAIDEN-CI.MG ll.09-$9.lll. 6 FIR 9- This Rough Magic I Slackhouse I 12.80 6 60 4.80 8-Nofie's Dream iShurtzl 5 20 4.1V 7-CharsGallLukasl TOO Ii'iEEEIE) Second Quarter Msm Cle-Brennan 18 pass from Kosar SIXTH-1 mile Pace Off 99:10. Time 2:M.I. Purse $3.0W 7-JAndBsStarlD Walsh I 4.40 2.60 2.80 1 - Pearl Harbor I G Wasiluk ) 2.60 2.40 6-Winning Ore IRFahy) 6.80 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Carl Lewis got the gold but not the world record, Greg Louganis was perfect from the platform and the United States set a Pan American Games medals mark Sunday with 323. In gymnastics, a Puerto Rican judge was accused of trying to fix scores against the Americans and was removed during the competition. The 285th medal, the one that broke the record the United States set in 1983 at Caracas, Venezuela, came when rower Paul Fuchs of Greenwich, Conn., crossed the finish line in the single sculls. The Americans didn't stop there, piling on another 38 medals through 35 events Sunday. With a week to go, the U.S. team had 149 gold medals, 103 silver and 71 bronze. Cuba, meanwhile, regained second place in the medals standings with 143, 58 gold. Canada was one medal behind. Lewis leaped 28 feet or farther five times in winning the long jump, and Louganis was awarded three perfect 10s as he took the platform diving title. For Lewis, the superb series of jumps didn't quite measure up to what he came for - Bob Beamon's world mark of 29 feet, 2'k inches. The wind got in the way. "When the perfect day comes along, I'll be ready," he said. "You have to have a nice, calm wind. That's exactly what we didn't have. It's difficult to jump when it's swirling." Louganis had no such worries. He didn't even need his 10th and final dive to clinch the gold, and set a Pan Am record with 694.98 points. "Overall, this was my best performance this year and it was a great way to go out," said Louganis, who has won three consecutive Pan Am platform and springboard titles. The gymnastics judge, identified as Heriberto Crerspo, was asked to leave during the vault competition by Robert Cowan, the men's technical director. Cowan said Crerspo was trying to pressure other judges to lower their scores for the Americans and raise them for Cubans. "Never in my knowledge has this happened before," Cowan said. Still, Scott Johnson won six medals for the United States -two gold and four silver - and teammate Tim Daggett added one gold in the individual events. Cowan said some medals may have been affected by Crerspo's alleged actions, but that it didn't appear likely any changes would be made. TRACK AN D FIELD Lewis, who hasn't lost in the long jump since 1981, produced the second-best series ever. After a weak 22-7 v, effort on which he misstepped. Lewis went 28-8 'V, 28-0, 28-8 'i, and 28-54 twice. The second, fifth and sixth efforts were wind-aided. Lewis, the most consistent long jumper in history, now owns 41 of the 59 jumps over 28 feet under all conditions, including the third through 21st longest jumps. ; "I felt I jumped very well considering the wind," Lewis said. "I'm disappointed that the wind wasn't bettert." Larry Myricks. the last man to beat Lewis, went 28-1 for the silver. In the middle of his spectacular series, Lewis headed onto the track and ran the anchor leg as the United States won the 400-meter relay. The U.S. swept the relays, also winning the men's and women's 1,600 and women's 400 in taking seven of the 10 gold medals on the final day of track and field. Other U.S. winners were Johnny Gray, who led all the way in the men's 800, and Mary Knise-ly, who took the women's 3,000. Cuba's Ana Quirot, who had won the women's 400, added the 800 gold; Cuba'a Ivonne Leal won the women's javelin; and Chile's Gert Weil got the gold in the men's shot put. DIVING Louganis, a five-time world champion, won by nearly 100 points over Matt Scoggin of Austin, Texas. But Louganis, who doesn't watch the scoreboard, wasn't aware that the gold was his even without his 10th dive. "I felt good going into this competition. My training was right on schedule. I felt strong." The United States also won both women's diving events - Kelly McCormick of Columbus, Ohio, on the springboard, Michele Mitchell of Boca Raton, Fla., on the platform. GYMNASTICS In winning six medals, Johnson broke two Pan Am records. Daggett broke one. Johnson won the gold in rings Phase see PAS' AM. page 1 7 (Jaeger kick 1. 0:05 TIME 1:14.1 EXACTA (941) $53.60 FIRST HALF TW IN TRIFECTA (97) $105.60 Through 29 events Aug 16 StL-Green 34 pass from Umax (kick BKi TRIPLE (7-11 Paid 174 20 lailedl.4:55 StL-FG Lee 21. 14:57 Third Quarter Ck-McNeil 55 punt return iKofer kickl 4:05 BOX (17) Paid $37.10 EXACTA 17-H PaidSU.DO SEVENTH-PURSE $6,008 3Y04UP CLMG$6.50M6.00i).lM 6 MaslabalBlackl 11.00 4 60 3.80 3-Damascus Jet (Ferrer) 4.60 3 40 5 -Gold Monarch I Ruane) 520 Cle-McNeil 7 pass from Pagel IKofer SEVENTH 1 mile Trot Off 09:29, Time 2:tS.2.PurseS1.2M 4- ArmadaleSkve (APapadopoulos) 16.80 5.40 3.20 5- CommissionerBill(WMuIhnl 440 260 1-BlazeCharlandiSFry) 2.80 TIME 1:39.1 EXUTA(6-3l$41S TRIFECTA (6-3-51 $356.69 TWIN TRIFECTA CARRYOVER $68.54916 Kansas City 32. Houston 20 Los Angeles Rams 23. Seattle 14 Friday's Gum Washington 23. Pittsburgh 17 Saturday's fames Cincinnati 31. Tampa Ba 30 Cleveland 31. St Louis 16 Atlanta 19. Buffalo 14 Indianapolis 22. Detroit 19 New Orleans 23. Minnesota 17 New Yott Jets 13. Philadelphia 10 San Diego 29. Dallas 0 Denver 20. Green Bay 14 San Francisco 42. Los Angeles Raiders 16 Sunday 's Games New York Giants 19. New England t7 Chicago 10. Miami 3 Saturday, Aug. 22 Washington vs. Green Bay at Madison. Wis. 2pm. New York Jets at Tampa Bay. 7p m Pittsburgh at Chicago. 7 p ni Seattle at St Louis. 8pm Cincinnati at Detroit. 8 p.m. Cleveland at New York Giants. 8 pm. Houston at New Orleans. S p m Atlanta at KansasCity.8 3ip m Indianapolis at Minnesota. 8pm Dallas at San Francisco. 9 p m Buffalo at Los .Angeles Raiders. 9pm Sunday. Aag 23 Philadelphia at New England. 7 pm. Los Angeles Rams at San Diego. 8 p m Moodav. Aug 24 Miami at Denver Spm Sl'NDWS GAMES Giants 19, Patriots 17 N Y Giants I I ! HI New England J 7 3-1! First Qiarter NE- Morgan 18 pass from Grogan (GaUervkicki.7 03 NYG-FGAUegre55. 10.51 Smad Quarter SYG-Mowatt 14 pass from Simms (kick tailed). 11 54 NYG-FGAUegre.15O0 Third Quarter NYG - Adams 1 run i Allegre kick 1 . 6 26 NE-Hawthome 2 run iGallery kicki 11 16 Feurti Quarter NE-FG Gallery 4.1.2 51 A -50.014. LATE DOL BLE (7-4i Paid $42.29 BIG TRIPLE n-5-i I Paid $187 9 - BOXll-4-5)Paid$93 90 (ountrv G S B Tot United States 144 102 71 317 Cuba 58 44 40 142 Canada 24 48 66 138 Brazil 10 12 18 40 Argentina 10 7 19 36 Mexico 8 10 14 32 Venezuela 3 9 10 22 Colombia 3 7 11 21 Puerto Rico 2 3 9 11 Jamaica 2 3 7 12 Costa Rica 3 4 3 10 Dom Republic 0 2 7 9 Chile 113 5 Bahamas 0 2 3 5 Ecuador 0 14 5 Uruguay 2 2 0 4 Peru 0 2 2 4 Panama 0 3 0 3 Nicaragua 0 0 3 3 Suriname 10 1 2 Trin k Tobago 0 11 2 Antilles 0 0 1 1 Bermuda 0 0 1 1 Guatemala 0 0 1 1 U.S. Virg Is. 0 0 11 EXUTA4-j)Paid$37 4l F.IGIITH-PIRSE $17,096 FM 3VOAUP ALLOWANCE. 7 FIR 6-IdaLewis(FoxJr.) 6 40 4 60 2 60 3 -Mamies Greek (Alliguod I 12 60 4 fiO 1-LadvJinlThomasl 4.20 EIGHTH-1 mile Pace Off 19.49. Time 2:N4.Purse$l.3W 4-SenorBuddvlT Warrington) 6.20 2 80 2.60 2-WaitohilSOchiutol 2.80 2.20 1-CharmingFella iGOakes) 3J0 TIME 1:24.2 EXACTA (6-3) $102.60 kickl. 1309 Fourth Quarter Cle-Everett 13 run ljaegerkick).3:30 Cle-FGJaeger44.6 20 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rl'SHI.NG-St Louis. McAdoo 1-30. Mitchell 6-16. Sargent 4-18. Ferrell 4-12. Sikahema 4-9. Drain 2-10. Wolflev 2-3. Austin 1-8. Lomai 1 Cleveland. Everett 5-29. Manoa 10-22. Mack 5-17. Woolfolk 6-10. Baker 3-5 Bvnerl-minus2. PASSLNG-St Louis. Lomax 7-8123. Austin 8-V4S-3-112. Cleveland. Kosar 6-12-1-72. Pagel 6-1155. Norseth 4-1019. RECEIVING-St. Louis. Green 3-76. Ferrell 2-34. Sikahema 2-31, Drain 2-24, Holmes 1-26, Harris 1-18. J.T. Smith 1-7. Swanson 1-7. McAdoo 1-6. Novacek 1-6. Cleveland. Slaughter 4-53, McNeil 3-19, Brennan 1-18. Newsome 1-17, Woolfolk 1-13, Young 1-11. CI. Weathers 1-8. Baker 1-5, Mack 1-l.Manoa 1-1. Everett 1 MISSED FIELD GOALS -Cleveland. Jaeger 43. AtCle.cland-7l.t5a BIG TRIPLE (4-2 !) Paid $47.80 BOX ll-2-4i Paid $23.90 EXACTA (4-2) Paid $12.80 NINTH-PURSE $21,490 ADDED F4M 3VO&UP PACHVSANDRA ST KE. 6 FIR 4- Jackie O'Lantemn (St. Leon) 9.20 3.20 2.10 3-ShanaleenlVigliotti) 2.40 2.10 5- DemetroulalPAgano) 210 Hebert 1-6 PASSLNG-Minnesota. W Wilson 9-15139. Gannon 8-13-0-S4. Pease 39-1-62. New Orleans. D Wilson M&jHS. Hebert 6-778 RECEIVING -Minnesota. Richardson 4. Carter 3-17. Lewis 2-34. Gustafon 2-27. Doaer 2-21. Jordan 2-20. D Nelson 1-22. H Jones 1-20. Rhvmes 1-9. Anderson 1-5. Rice 1. New Orleans. M. Jones 3-32. Hilliard 3-24. Hill 2-11. Brenner 2-2B. Johnson 110. Edwards !-10. Maves 1-10 MISSED FIELD GOALS -Minnesota. C. Nelson. 34 New Orleans. Andersen. 30. UV.ihSfans-i2.W4 Falcons 19, Bills 14 Bills 711 7-14 Falcons I 6 3 U-ll First Quarter But-Byrum3run (Norwood kick.ll:03 Second Quarter A'J-FGLuckhurst44.13 18 Atl-FGLuckhurst34. 14.37 Third Quarter Atl-FGLuckliurst38.9 47 Fourth Quarter Bui-Harmon Iran i Norwood kickl. 39 Atl-Baiiv 37 pass from Schonert lLuckhurstkicki.5 37 NINTH ! mile Pace Off 10:09, Time 2:93.3. Purse$1.190 5-Ghost Dance iGW'asiluk) 10.60 2 80 2.60 l-SweetW'ind(TWarrington) 2.40 2.20 7-JamesHtDHolmes) 700 TIME 1:10.2 BIG TRIPLE 15-1-7) Paid $247.41 BOXll-5-7) Paid $123.70 EXACTA (5-1 1 Paid $23.29 EXACTA (4-3) $19.00 TRIFECTA (4-3-3) $40.69 LATE DAILY Dill BLE (6-1 1 $45.09 TENTH-PI RSE $7,500 M 3Y04UP MDN-CLMG $23,0(KI-$20.IH)9, 5 FIR TURF 3-Shelter Haven (C.CLopezI 14.80 6 40 4 40 10-Morgan'sPleasure (Worshaml 340 260 2 - October Spring ( Ferrer) U TENTH-1 mile Pace Off 11:39. Time 2:11.1. Purse KM 7- Farradav Hanover (E Nicklel 5.40 4.40 3.80 2- Impressive Lad IK Dulgarianl 4 00 3.20 1-ArbyJocqlWHughesJr) 240 TIME 38.1 EXAtTA (3-111 $33.99 TRIFECTA (3-10-2! $292.91 BASEBALL American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS-Activated Jerry Reuss. pitcher, from the IWay disabled hst. Assigned the contract of Jack Lazorko. pitcher, to Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League National League CHICAGO CUBS-Placed Mike Mason, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list Recalled Greg Maddui. pitcher, from Iowa of the American Association. HOUSTON ASTROS-Purchased the contract of Dale Berra. infielder. from Tucson of the Pacific Coast League. Assigned Buddy Biancalana. infielder. outright to Tucson Activated Jim Deshaies. pitcher, from the 21-day disabled hst. Optioned Dave Meads, pitcher, to Tucson of the Pacific Coast League. NE BIG TRIPLE (7-2-1 1 Paid $69.21 BOX II -2-71 Paid $36.11 EXACTA (7-2) Paid $38m ATTENDANCE-7.949 NYG 21 34-142 170 46 HAM)LE-$1.2IW.7W PH0NEBET4139.438 ELEVENTH ! mile Pace Off 11:31, Time 1:592, Purse $3.D0I 7- Freddv Di Alba (T Warrington! 8.60 4.40 2.20 8- IfOnlvIHadlMPetersonl 3.40 2.60 l-JustainglioiKHewitt) 3.20 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Return Yards Comp-AtMnt Sarked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 15 27-85 160 66 16-314 545 8-40 Ml 319 27:49 17-30-2 5-34 5-56 2-0 5-24 32:11 BIG TRIPLE (71 1 Paid $66.29 BOX (1-7-8) Paid $33.10 EXACTA (7-8) Paid $23.00 WEEK OF AUGUST 17th ONLY KA.MIIU MUilr.TA. Call! iAPi -Final scores and prize money Sundav in the $Bi.ow PGA Senior Gold Rush golf tournament, played on the 6.657-yard. Colts 22, Lions 19 Colts 3 II 2 7-22 Lions 1 13 1 1-19 First Quarter lnd-FGBiasucci50.2:13 Second Quarter Ind-Bentlev 1 run iBiasucci kick). 6:44 lnd-FGBiasucci26.9 44 Det-Truvillion 59 pass from Long IJacobskickl.10 48 Det-ChadwKk. 1 pass form Long I kick failed). 14.56 Third Quarter Ind-Safety. Perryman blocks end-zone punt. :47 Det-Chadwiek 23 pass from Long (kick failed). 9:07. Fourth Quarter Ind -Banks 15 pass from Trudeau IBiasucci kick). 14:58 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING -Indianapolis. Bentley 20-75. Wonsley 6-29. Adams 3-7. Gill 3-7, Hogeboom 1-1, Trudeau 1-1. Detroit. Moore 5-JT. Bernard 9-35. Jones 4-17. R Brown 1-15. S Williams 2-7. Edwards 2-5. Calhoun 1-4. Long 1-2. PASSING -Indianapolis- Hogeboom 4-1329. Trudeau 11-16112. Detroit. Long 16-30-2-205. Ferguson 2-5-1-29. RECEIVING-Indianapolis. Murrav 3-22. Wonslev 3-13. BeUim 2-60. Brooks 2-l. Banks 1-15. Sherwin 115. Beach 1-6. Bentlev H minus 2). GiJ W minus 41. Detroit. Chadwick 6-54. Truvilhon 3-79. Mandlev 3-W. Bernard 2-20. Lee 117. Lewis 1-9. Baifevl-S. Moore 1-7. MISSED FIELD GOALS -Indianapolis. Biasucci 54. Detroit. Jacobs 25, 51 , AtPoatiac.Mich.-45.733 TWELFTH-l mile Pace Off 11:12, Time 2:91.3. Purse $1,100 1 - Avon Renegade (T Warrington) 4.80 4.00 3.00 4 - Go vernors Chance ( N Ferriero Jr ) 2 80 2 40 3-Mr Buley iSFry) 4J0 par-72 Kancho Muneta North course Omlle Moody. $45.0(10 6M7-69-205 7269-207 BIG TRIPLC (1-4-3) Paid $67.46 70- 71-68-209 71- 73-66- 210 BOX (1-3-41 Paid $33.71 EXACTA (1-41 Paid $14.81 TRUSl PER CARRYOVER S10.a4W.IW 68-72-71-211 68-72-71-211 70-71-71-212 MONTREAL (API - Results Sunday in the Player's International tennis tournament: Men Singles Semifinals Stefan Edberg. Sweden, def. Boris Becker. West Germany. 6-2. 6-4. Ivan Lendl. Czechoslovakia, def. Jimmy Connors. Sanibel Harbor. Fla . 7-5. H. Championship Ivan Lendl. Czechoslovakia, def. Stefan Edberg. Sweden. 6-4. 7 1 7-2 1 . Doubles Championship Pat Cash. Australia, and Stefan Edberg. Sweden, vs. Peter Doohan. Australia, and Larry Warder. Australia. 7 17-31. 6-3, 5-4. Play interrupted bv rain and will be concluded at the US. Open. ATTENDANCES RVNDLE $163,666 Butch Baird. 26.IW) Lee Elder. 21.500 Harold Hcnmng. 18.000 Bob Brue. rim Dale Douglass. 12.0(0 Chi Chi Kodnguez. 9,625 Gene Littler. 9.625 Tommv Aaron. 8.162 Arnold Palmer. 8.162 Fred Hawking. 6.633 Billy Casper. 6.633 Roberto DeVicenzo. 6.633 Ken Towns. 5.650 Don Massengaie. 5.650 Charles Sifford. 5.200 Bill Collins. 4.450 73- 69-711-212 72- 71-71-214 74- 69-71 -214 73- 71-71-215 74- 70-71-215 69-74-72 - 215 72- 69-75-216 73- 72-71 -216 73-7668-217 67-79-72 - 218 WE'RE THE ONES WITH THE NATIONWIDE 6 W. 16,000-MI. CAR SERVICE WARRANTY! More than eight of 10 American adults (86) read at least one newspaper each week. Atl-FGLuckhurst 33. 13:07 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING -Buffalo. Harmon 11-62. Bell 11-31. Bvrum 8-30. Kellv 2-21. Riddick H. Porter 2-6 Atlanta. Flowers 8-21. Riggs 6-12. Andrews 6-10. Settle 4-13. Archer 3-2J. Meyers 3-10. Emery 2-12. Schonert 2-3. Austin 1-1. PASSING-Buffalo. Kelly 8-14-0-71. Reich 2-417. Atlanta. Archer 8-1872, Schonert 71-87. RECEIVING -Buffalo. Reed 2-22. Broughton 1-18. Rolle 1-14. Bell 1-11. Riddick 1-9. Metzelars 1-8. Burkett I Harmon 1-3. Porter 1-3. Atlanta. Riggs 321. Bailev 2-54. Settle 2-13. Austin 1-13. Emery 1-13. Johnson 1-10. Matthews 1-9. Allen li Marsh 1-7. McDonald 1-7. Andrews 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None At AUanla-31.l6 Broncos 20, Packers 14 Pickers 1 7 I 7-14 Broncos 7 714-3 First Quarter Den -Watson 35 pass from Elway iKaruskick!.4 3S Second Quarter GB-West 1 pass from Fusina (Del Greco bcki.3:20 Den -Jackson 13 pass from Elway l Kar lis kick i. 9 25 Fourth Quarter Den-FGKarus33.2:25 Den-FGClendenen 42. 12:50 GB-Scott 3 pass from Woodley (Del Greco kick 1. 15:00 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RL'SHTNG-Green Bav. Majkowski 2-31. Fullwood 10-28. Cook 7-26. Thomas 4-13. Fusina 2-12. Woodlev 1-12. Neal 1-6, Clark M Denver. Winder 1-36. Bell 8-33. Sewed 4-24. Elwav 2-19. Willhite 3-15. Dudek 314. Lang 1-14. Kubiak 1-12. Marshall 1-1 PASSING-Green Bav. Fusina 610-1-67. Majkowski 2-7-1-24. Woodlev 9-1195 Denver. Elway 7-12107. Kubiak 5-1388. Van Raaphorst 2-520. RECEIYLNG-Green Bay. Marshall 323. Moffitt 2-44. Stanlev 2-38, Scott 2-22, Willhite 2-11. West 2-7. Fullwood 1-16. Ross 1-11. Neal 1-8. Moore 1-6 Denver. Jackson 3-46. Lang 2-36. Kay 2-31. Marshall 2-20. Watson 1-35. Nattiel 1-17. Johnson 1-16, Winder 1-11. Sewell 1-3. MISSED FIELD GOALS -Green Bay. Osbaldiston.43. At Tempt. Arii.-67,3M Senators sweep WE AUTO All parts and labor are covered coast to coast by our imited warranty for at least 6 months or 6,000 miles, whichever comes first. Some services are warranted even longer. See any Firestone MasterCare location for details and printed warranty. SERVICE PRICES POSTED AT COUNTER WRITTEN ESTIMATES AVAILABLE CAR READY WHEN 4Vw .M fxKNOW INDIVIDIAL STATISTICS RUSHING -New York. Adams 1441. Rouson 6-27. Anderson 6-24. Hosteller 1-6. Moms H. Rutledge 1-0. Carthos I-(minus II. Galbreatb H minus II New England. C James 5-30. Collins 7-29. Dupard 44. Ramsey 2-7. Hawthorne f 7. Terrvman 2-3. TatupuM PASSING -New York. Simms 10-16 103. Hosteller 340-31. Rutledge 4-8-2-70 New England. Grogan 1-18101 Ramsey 1- 13101 RECEIYING-New York. Adams 3-15. Baker 2-0. Ingram 2-40. Mowatt 2 25. R Jones HI Carthon 2-12. Manuel 119. Anderson 1 11. Galbreath 1-10. Rouson 1-8 New England Morgan HO. C.James 3-33. D Williams 2-41. C Jones 2-36. Terryman 2- 24. Starring 2-23. Tatupu 1-5. Dupard 1-3. MISSED FIELD GOALS - None Bengals 31, Buccaneers 30 Bengals 3 14 I 14-31 Becciofm 7 2U-JI First Quarter Cin-FB 21 Breech Seewd Quarter fin -Jennings Iran i Manca kick I Cin-Hillary 12 pass from Esiason IMancakickl TB - Hill 24 pass from Shula I Igwebuike kick l Third Quarter TB-FG Igwebuike 28 Fowth Quarter Cin-Colliiisworth 15 pass from Esiason I Breech tack) Cm -King 10 interception return I Breech kick! TB-Hall 10 pass from Testaverde I Igwebuike kick I TB-Freeman 28 pass from Testaverde Ibck blocked) TB-Bankston 40 pass from Testaverde (Igwebuike kick) INDIVIDIAL STATISTICS RL'SHING-Cincinnati, Brooks 641. Kinnebrew 9-20. Jennings 6-11. Johnson M. Gaynor 3-21. McCluskey 3-9. Holiefield 2-1, Esiason 1-14. Ehrhardt 1-2. Logan H minus II. Brown 1-lminus 141. Tampa Bay. Testaverde 4-17. Land 2-17, Smith 7-12. Wilder 3-9, Williams 3-5, Howard 2-9, Shula 1- 1 PASSING-Cincinnati. Gavnor 14-17-Mil. Esiason 10-15131. Ehrhardt 1-4-1-4. Tampa Bay. Testaverde 16-29-2-233. Shula 2- 546. DeBerg 4-521. RECEIVING -Cincinnati. Coilinsworth 7-79. Riggs 3-52. Jennings 3-20. Brooks 2-19. Brown 2-21. Kinnebrew 2-15. Houfield 2-7. Hillary 1-12. McGee 1-8. Martin 1-14. Meehan 1-6. Tampa Bay. Freeman 5-95. Hall 546. Carrier 4-36. Smith 3-14. Hill 2-33. Bankston 1-40. Gillespie 1-8. Wilder 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS-N'one. At Tampa. Fla.-S2.747 PROMISED FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT teg. Align fronf frxe wheels setting J Q C 17 oil adfuitoble MOST by Bob Tunnessen IMPROVED TRACTION For many years, it has been CARS angles to manufacturer's specs Parfs exlro popularly believed that THRUST SO 4 95 MOST CARS ANGLE Chargers 29, Cowboys 0 Coutovs III-! Chargers 1 13 7 921 Second Quarter SD-James 17 pass from Herrmann iBeiursrhke kickl. :21 SD-FG Abbott 44. 13:11 SD-FGGaffney47. 14:59 Third Quarter SD-Middieton 2 run iBenirschke kick). 12:34 Fourth Quarter SD-FG Abbott 39. 11:58 SD-Scott74run (kick failed). 13:45 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING -Dallas. Lavette9-39. Dorset! 5-32. Blount 7-16. Martin 1-15. Miller 1-10, Newsome 3-4. San Diego. Scott 2-69. Spencer 10-31. Adams 5-27. Redden 9-22, Middleton 5. Neuheisel 1-6, James 1-3, Holland 1-1. Vlasic 1-lminus 31. PASSING-Dallas. D. White 3-816. Pelluer 4-1048, Sweeney 3-9-1-45. Saxson l-llminus 51. San Diego Herrman 9-14122, Newheisel 12-16102, Vlasic 6-1027. RECEIVING-Dallas. Burbage 2-40, Folsom 1-2S. Lavette 1-16. Cosbie 1-10. G White 1-5. Martin 1-4. Banks 1-4. Dorset! 1-2. Newsome 1 Downs 1-lminus 51. San Diego. Johnson 5-63. Spencer 3-19. Chandler 2-31. Redden 2-30. Sievers 2-16. Scott 2-14. Bemstine 2-12. Middleton 2-12, Rome 2-11. Adams 2-9. James 1-17. Holland 1-11. Mullin 1-6. MISSED FIELD GOALS-Dallas. Zendejas. 40. 44. Franco 37. San Diego, GaffneyS. AtSaaDiego-48.121 ALBANY, N .Y. (AP) - Lance Belen's bad-hop single over the shortstop's head scored the winning run Sunday night as the Harrisburg Senators defeated the Albany Yankees 4-3 in the second game to complete a sweep of their Eastern League doubleheader. Harrisburg won the first game 7-4, behind catcher Tony Prince's six RBIs. In the nightcap, Albany took a 2-0 lead in the fourth on a solo homer by Scott Shaw and an RBI single by Jere Longenecker. In the sixth, Jeff King doubled home three runs for Harrisburg, making it 3-2. Jimmy Howard's RBI double tied it 3-3 in the sixth. The winning pitcher in relief was Randy Kramer, 3-5, while Matt Harrison, 8-9, took the loss. In the first game, Prince had an RBI double, a two-run double and a three-run homer to make a winner out of pitcher Rob Russell, 6-2. John Johnson, 5-5, was the loser. Harrisburg improved its record to 67-55, while Albany fell to 59-63. 4 WHEEL $OQ95 dm Omost cars 1 AMERICA 'S HOME FOR CAR SER VICE SHOCK ABSORBERS TUNE-UP We'll install new spark nuas admit idle r- j ' -t- Restore handling response and ndmg comfort with new , Firestone Ride Master' - shock obsorers. Gel 40 rnore piston working area than with most new rur shocks Saturday's Games Albany 5, Vermont 4 GlensFalls6.Pittsfield4 Hamsburg 2. Wilhamsport I New Britain 3. Reading 1 Sunday's Games Hamsburg 7. Albany 1 1st game Hamsburg 4. Albany 3. 2nd game New Britain 1. Glens Falls 0 Readings Pittsfield 2 Vermont 4. Wilhamsport 3 battery and chcginy ivifem and mspecr SeyCi' ofher key engine parti. Electronic ignition cars FLUSH &FILI Reg- Price Req We'll flush radiator c Q c 95 $39.95 6-cyl. $49.95 8-cyl. 16' m 29 underinflated tires improve traction on ice and snow. The fact of the matter is, however, that tires grip better when they penetrate into slippery surfaces. This means that drivers should be more careful in winter about keeping tire pressure up. A further reason to check pressure when temperatures drop is that the air in tires contracts in the cold. Tires can lose a pound or more of pressure for each drop of ten degrees fahrenheit. The driver who does not correct for the cold is already driving on underinflated tires. Most people, unfortunately, fall into this category. Not really does this result in a loss of traction, but it greatly increases tire wear. Make TUNNESSEN AUTO PARTS your auto care center whether you need a small or large part. We recommend regular maintenance of your car by your local service station or garage technician. Here at 629 W. Green St. in Hazleton, 455-7761 and at Church & Susquehanna Streets in White Haven, 443-9513 our friendly and knowl check befs. hoses and 4-cyl. AIR CONDITIONING We ll com- $ A "JF 9 5 pletely check Parts extra the system including pressure and leak tests and add up to I lb. of refrigerant. FREE BATTERY CHECK h"jil j&"-Tgr" OTsiiffi WE HAVE THE BEST PRICES WPp OH MOTORCYCLE (jggb pUgi AHDMARIHE (2itim fSroT BATTERIES! TRANSMISSION We install a new $ transmission filter, llmm 95 wafer pomp and re -fill system including up to 2 gallons of antifreeze coolant. MAINTENANCE ANALYSIS Get our low cost Reg Pnce U pomf check on t 7 Q C the condition of I your car s brakes, suspension, exhausf, belts, hoses, boffery, fluid levels and tires. BRAKE SERVICE INSPECTION A thorough inspection of your brakes is necessary to tell what a brake job will cost. Ask us for a written estimate, no cost or obligation. LIFETIME REPLACEMENT of BRAKE SHOES S PADS Our premium brake overhaul limited warranty entitles you to free replacement, including labor, of brake shoes on pads that wear out as long as you own the car on which they were installed. See us for details and printed warranty. Reg. replace the pan Price gasket, dean and inspect the oil reservoir and add transmission fluid. A4osf rpnr wheef dnve cars. Bills 4-3 losers WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) -Pinch hitter Brian Finley drove in a run in the ninth inning to give the Vermont Reds a 4-3 victory over the Williamsport Bills in the Eastern League Sunday. Marty Brown led off the inning with a double and took third on a sacrifice by Chris Jones. Roger Wilson, 4-8, intentionally walked Rod Zaratsky, then gave up the single to Finley. Vermont starter Glen Spagnola, 10-7, struck out nine batters in eight innings for the win. Mike Roesler earned his eighth save. The Bills took a 3-0 lead in the fourth inning on an error and Miguel Roman's two-run homer. In the sixth, Darren Riley drove in two runs with a single and Mark Germann drove in another for the Reds. Reading wins, 8-2 PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) -First baseman Ricky Jordan went 4-for-5 with a double, a home run and four RBI, lifting the Reading Phillies to an 8-2 Eastern League baseball victory over the Pittsfield Cubs on Sunday. LUBE, OIL & FILTER , . Reg. Price Lubricate your vehicle's chassis, 4 TO dram old oil, I I and odd up to five quarts of new oil and install a new oil filter. edgeable staff look forward to providing them with everything they need to get you back on the road safely. Many of our customers are also our friends so we must be doing something right. Most major credit cards honored. In Hazleton we are open 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH on revolving charge at Firestone atoraa and many Firestone dealers Minimum monthly payment required All finance charges refunded when paid as agreed We also honor Visa. MasterCard. Diners Club. 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