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SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS—Friday July 8 1977__________H Page 5-C Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE East WL Pet.GB New York 4735.573 — Boston , 44 34 5641 Baltimore 46 36.561 1 Clevetond 37 40.481 7 ‘ Milwaukee 38 42 .475 8 Detroit36 44 .450 )0 Toronto 30 west 50 .375 16 Chicago 47 32.595 — Minnesota 46 36 .5612' > Kansos City 43 36 .544 4 California 39 39 5007' ? Texas39 41 488 8' 7 Oakland 34 46.425 13' 7 SeOttle 3550 .412 1& Thursday's Games Amarillo 8, El Paso 7, 10 Innings Midland 4, San Antonio Shreveport 5, Jockson 4 Tulsa 10. Arkansas 4 Friday's Games Amarillo at El Paso Midland at San Antonio Jackson at Shreveport Arkansas at Tulsa Soceer NORTH AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE Atlantic Conference North Wednesday's Games Baltimore 2. Detroit 0 Boston 9, Toronto S Minnesota 4, California 3 Cleveland at New York, ppd.. rain Kansas City 8. Milwaukee 7 Texas 4, Oakland 3 Chicago 4, Seattle 2 Thursday's Games Boston 5, Toronto 2 New York 8, Cleveland S Minnesota 8, California 6 Milwaukee at Kansas City, ppd., rain Texas 8, Oakland 3 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Chicago (Knapp 7 4) at Detroit (Fidrych 6 3), <n) Toronto (Lemanczvk 7-6) at Cleveland (Eckers ley 7 7). (n) New York (Guidry 6-4) at Baltimore (May 10 7), (n) Oakland (Langford 6-7) at Kansas City Colborn 10 8), <n) Seattle (Abbott 4-7) at Minnesota (Thormodsgard 6 4), (n) Boston (Cleveland 6-4) at Milwaukee (Augustine 9 9), (n) Californio (Rvan 11-7) at Texas (Ellis 4-7), (n) Saturday's Games Boston at Milwaukee Toronto at Cleveland New York at Baltimore Oakland at Kansos City, (n) Seattle at Minnesota, (n) California at Texas, (n) Chicago at Detroit, (n) NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L GFGABP Pt St. Louis 9 10 2426 24 78 Rochester 8 1026 29 25 73 Toronto71223 33 22 64 Chicago 71223 322062 Connecticut 3 East 14 19 46 17 35 Cosmos 12 8 46 32 41 113 Ft Lauderdale 12 6 30 22 29 101 Tampa Bav 99383332 86 Washington 8 10 Pacific Conference South 19 22 19 67 Los Angeles 12 6 453040112 Dallas12 6 382635 107 Howoii 9 113140 3084 Los Vegas10 825 22 2484 San Jose9 West 10 27 352680 Minnesota " 12631 2030102 Vancouver 10830 282888 Portland 8 1027 2727 75 Seattle 8 9 22 Wednesday’s Matches Chicago 2, Portland 1 Rochester 1, St Louis 0 Cosmos 3. Son Jose 0 Washington 2, Tampa Bav 1 Thursday's Match Ft. Lauderdale 2. Toronto 0 Friday's Match Dallas at Portland 21 2270 Tides & Timen W L Pet. GB Chicago SO 29 .633 — Philadelphia 47 32.5953 SI. Louis 44 38 .537 V 7 Pittsburgh 42 38.5258> 7 Montreal 37 43.46313' 7 New York 31 50.38320 West Los Angeles 55 27 .671 — Cincinnati 44 35 .557 9' 7 Houston 37 46 .446 18 7 Son Francisco * 35 48.42220' ? San Diego 35 50 .41221' 7 Atlanta 30 51.370 24 «2 Sat Low 4:09 0 m High 9 13am Low 5 06 o m High — Sot Low 5 I ? a m High 3 08 am Low 6 1? o m High II 43 am TIDES Port Aransas Port Isabel Sun 5:09 a.m 1 05 a.m S 51 o.m 9 42 a.m Sun 7 00 a m i 23 am 6 58 o.m 12 08 p m Sot Wednesday's Games Chicago 8, Montreal 6 Pittsburgh 11, St Louis 8 New York 4, Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 15, Atlanta 13 Houston 2, Los Angeles 1. 14 innings San Diego 7, San Francisco 5, 12 innings Thursday's Games Chicago 2. St. Louis 0 San Francisco 5, San Diego 1 Philadelphia 6, New York 4 Los Angeles 7, Houston 4 Only games scheduled Friday's Games St. Louis (Rasmussen 6-1) at Chicago (Burris 9 8) Montreal (Twitchell 1-5) at New York (Swan 4 6). (n) Philadelphia (Christenson 7 5) ot Pittsburgh (Kison 6-4), (n) Cincinnati (Caoillo 1-0) at Houston (Bannister 4 6), (n) San Diego (Freisleban I 5) at Los Angeles (Hoo ton 7-3), (n) Atlonta (Niekro 8 9) at San Francisco (Barr 8-6), (n) Saturday's Games St. Louis at Chicago Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Montreal at New York Atlanta at San Francisco Cincinnati ot Houston, (n) San Diego ot Los Angeles, (n) TEXAS LEAGUE Second Half Standings West Rise 6.41 a Set 8 37 o n- SUNRISE SUNSET SUNRISE SUNSET MOONRISE MOONSET Sun Sat 6 41 0 8 37 o. 2 20 a m 3: 58 o m W LPct.GB El Paso 9 5 643 — Midland 7 5 .583 1 San Antonio 5 6 .455 2'i Amortllo 3 9 East .250f 5 Arkansas 6 3 667 — T ulsa 5 S.5001' 7 Jackson 4 5 .444 2 Shreveport 4 6 .4002’ 7 Wednesday's Games Tulsa at Jackson, ppd , rain Arkansas 5. Shreveport 0 El Paso 17,'Amarilllo 9 Only game scheduled Rise 1 . am Set 3:07 pm MOON PHASES New moon July 16 i irst quarter July 23 f uil moon July 30 Last Quarter: Aug 6 S. A.M. CASTING Standings ot Thursday's action in the San An tonio Metropolitan Casting Club event at the Woodlake Pond: Alamo City, 6 points; Hill Country Two, 5'?; Mission City, 4; Helotes. 4; Triple X, 2; Hill Country One. I',- tiolf not«»s NORTHERN HILLS Rav Irving Gene Peterson. 28; Ev Buck - Bill Croom, 29; Peggy Bradtord - Leota Denton. 29; Bob Jorgenson ■ Claude Denton, 30; Dick Taatfe • Payton Lampman, 30. British Open Scores TURNBERRY, Scotland (API — Second round scores in the 106th British Open Golf Championship (low 80 and ties qualify tor Friday's third round) a denotes amateur): Roger Maitbie 71 66—137 United States Hubert Green 72 66—-138 United States Jack Nickiaus 68 70—138 United States Lee Trevino 68 70 — 138 United States Tom Watson 68 70—138 United States Peter Buller 71-68—139 Great Britain Mark Haves 76-63—139 United States Severiano Ballesteros 69 71 — 140 Spain George Burns United States H K. Clark Great Britain Ben Crenshaw United States Chi San Hsu Taiwan John Schroeder United Slates Gavlord Burrows United States Martin Foster Great Britain Hale Irwin United States Bob Shearer Australia Peter Dawson Great Britain Tony Jacklin Great Britain Graham Marsh Australia Bobby Cole South Africa Ray Floyd •United States John Fourie South Africa Angel Gallardo Spam Johnny Miller United States JOhn Morgon Great Britain Tommy Horton Great Britain Guv Hunt Great Britain S. Located! Italy Rik Massenqale United States Jerry Pate United States Vincent Tshabalola South Africa Maurice Bembridgc Great Britain Bob Charles New Zealand Eomonn Dorcv Ireland Min Nam Hseih Taiwan John O'Leary Ireland Gary Plover South Africa Norto Suzuki Japan Tom Weiskopf United States David Vaughan Great Britain Boldovino Dassu Italy J.C. Farmer Great Britain Arnold Palmer United States Ion Stanley Australia Peter Thomson Australia Vinnie Baker South Africa Ken Brown Great Britoin * Rodger Davis Australia Nick Faldo Great Britain Tennis upset PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) — Roger Guedes upset second-seeded Zan Guerry, 6-3, 1-6. 7-5, Thursday in the third round of a $15,000 tennis tournament. Top-seeded Terry Moor, who captured the Southern Tennis Cham-, pionship at Raleigh last week, also advanced with a 7-6. 6-3 victory over Chris Mayotte. In other action, third- seeded Pat DuPre defeated Gary Albertine, 6-4. 4-6. 6-0, and Ferdy Taygen beat Haroon Ismael in a 2Vi-hour match, 7-5, 4-6, 7-5. In Friday’s top match, Moor will face sixth- seeded Mark Myers, who defeated Rejean Genois, 6-3, 6-3. Today's Most Advanced Total Home comfort System The YORK Champion heat pump A Complete. All-Electric, Year-Round Heating Cooling System that "Thinks tor Itself to Save Energy as Never Before High Efficiency When Cooling (up to 8 1 EER) Even Better When Heating Nearly Three Times as Efficient as Ordinary Electric Heat Contact your York Certified Heat Pump Contractor today tor an energy efficiency comparison with other heat pumps and a no-obligation installation estimate JACK LAURENCE CORP. 8307 SPEEDWAY DRIVE 341-1301 Meet opens for amateurs The 34th annual Texas State Amateur Golf tournament will begin its 54-hole run Friday at the Willow Springs Course, The Associated Amateur Golfers Association of San Antonio is hosting the meet. Defending champions Marvin Wilson, Malcolm Kirven, and Jeff Conway are included in the field, which will feature golfers from across the state. The field, however, doesn't have to worry about four-time and last year’s champion Los Maekey or Jerry Hill, the Woodlake pro, because of professional classifications. The event opens will the qualifying rounds at 8:31) a.m. Friday. Anyone interested in participating in the tournament should be at Willow Springs at the start of qualifying. The tourney ends Sunday. Barazzutti stops Kary BAASTAD, Sweden (AP) — Corrado Baraz­ zutti dropped a close first set but then bounced back to beat Austrian Hans Kary and gain the quarter-finals of the $75,000 Swedish Open Tennis Championships Thursday. The 24-vear-old Italian Davis Cupper, seeded second, won 5-7, 6-0, 6-2 and next will meet Nikki Spear of Yugoslavia. The unseeded Spear pulled off another surprise by winning his second round match with a 7-5, 6-1 triumph over Francois Jauftret, the veteran French clay court campaigner ranked 10th. Two Fast Europeans, Wo.itek Fibak of Poland and Balasz Taroezy of Hungary, took the other quarterfinal berths thursdav. Fibak, the top-seed, overcame John Yuill of South Africa, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4 and seventhseed Taroezy beat Byron Bertram, another South African, 64, 6 - 0 . In the remaining quarter-finals set for Friday, defending chump Antonio Zugarelli faces Buster Mott rum of Britain while Mark Edmondson plays fellow Aussie Kim Warwick. Top-seeded Florenta Mihai of Romania niov<»d into the semifinals of the women’s singles with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Swedish junior Elisabeth Fkblom. Second-seed Cynthia Doerner of Fresno, Calif., beat 10th-ranked June Stratton 6-3, 6-1 in her opening match. Only 16 women are entered in singles play. 4 gridders • 1 HPT /r pick 1 LL SPFCIAt TO THÈ EXPRtSS SEGUIN - Texas Lutheran has signed four more schoolboy football players to letters of intent. Offensive guard Jeff Yates from Dickinson, guard Gilbert Gomez i'ròrn Galveston Ball, running back Dale Satriano from Sharpstown, and defensive tackle Earl Humbird of Alvin, have all indicated plans to attend TLC. THE ATHLETES FOOT is spreading to Wonderland 70-70—140 72-68-140 71.69—140 70 70-140 66 74—140 69 72 —141 67-74—141 70 71 —141 72 69 —141 74 68—142 72 70-142 73 69-142 72-71-143 70 73-143 74 69-143 78 65-143 69 74-143 72 71-143 70 74—144 73 71 —144 72-72- 144 73 71 —144 74 70—144 71 73-144 76 69—145 73 72-145 74 71-145 72 73-145 74 71 —145 71-74—145 74 71 -145 74 71 —145 71-74—145 72 74— 146 72 74—146 73-73-1 46 70 76—146 74 72- 146 77 70 —147 74 73- 147 77 70-147 71 76-147 Stewart Ginn 75-72—147 Australia David Ingram 73-74-147 Greal Britain Gary Jacobson74 73—147 United States David Jones 73-74—147 Irelond Doug McClelland 76 71 —147 Great Britain Simon Owen 73-74-147 Nev( Zealand Eddie Polland 72 75—147 Ireland Ronnie Shade 75-72-147 Greal Britain P. Toussaint 76 71 —147 Belgium Roberto de Vicenzo 76 71 —147 Argentina isao Aoki 76 72—148 Japan Neil Coles 74 74 —148 Great Britain Brian Barnes 79 69-148 Great Britain Manuel Calero 77-71 — 148 Spain Vicente Fernandez75 73-148 Argentina David Grahom72 76-148 Australia Mork James 75 73-148 Great Britain Michael King 73 75-148 Great Britain Ian Mosey75/3-148 Great Britain Christy O'Connor Jr.75 73—148 Ireland Brian Waites 78 70—148 Great Britain Darrell Welch 77-71 — 148 Australia Gary Cullen 73/6—149 Great Britain Jett Hawkes 79 70 —149 South Africa Brian Huggest 72-77—149 Great Britain Manuel Pinero 74 75 —149 Spain Derav Simon 78 71 — 149 United States Sam Torrance 77 72—149 Great Britain Hugh Baiocchi 77 73-150 South Africa Antonio Garrido 77 73— 150 Spain Jaime Gonzales 78 72—150 United States Simon Hobdav 75-75—150 Rhodesia D Lovato 75 75- 150 Italy Greg Norman78 72-150 Australia Christy O'Connor Sr 75 75—150 Ireland Desmond Smvth 78 72-150 Great Britain Tennis TENNIS COURSE A Continuing Education intermediate tennis course starts Aug 1 at San Antonio College Classes will be held 6-8:30 o.m. Monday through Friday for two weeks. Classes will be conducted on SAC’s courts bv Charles Wattman. All the student furnishes is a tennis acquet, lockers and showers are available at the gvm. Enrollment is limited on a first come first served basis to 20 students Fee is $20. For further information call 734-/311 ext. 345. WORLD TEAM TENNIS East W L Pct. GB New York 21 5808 — Boston 19 5 .792 1 Indiana 12 14462 9 Cleveland 8 13 .38110' 2 The Soviets West 6 18.250 14 Phoonix15 7 682 — Golden Gate 12 11 5223' 2 Sea Port 10 12 4555 San Diego10 12 4555 Los Angeles 3 19 .136 12 DAN FOUTS . . cites force WINDCREST WOMEN First Flighf — Low Gross, Juanita Wewer, 34 4—30; Low Net. Betty Ming. 35-5—30; Low Putts. • Pat O Brien, 13 Second Flight - LG, Trudy Ogren, 42 12—30, Jan Donaldson, 42 12—30; LN, Kay Curtis. 42 13—29; LP, Verna Kellogg, 15 Third Flight - LG, Jean Hansen. 43-15—28; LN, Vivian Gersema. 45-16—29. Wednesday's Gomes Cleveland 26, Boston 23 Indiana 31. The Soviets 20 New York 23, Los Angeles 19 Phoenix 29. Portland 21 Thursday's Matches Cleveland vs. The Soviets, at Charlotte N C Indiana at Golden State New York at San Diego Los Angeles vs. Sea Port, at Portland Friday's Matches Golden Gate at Sea Port, at Seattle New York at Phoenix Boston at Cleveland, at Pittsburgh San Diego at Los Angeles Horse raring ARLINGTON; $9,500 Count Fleet Purse Drones Reword ($6.20). Really Worthy, Prince Maiestic. Six and 1-2 furlongs In 1:17 4/5. ATLANTIC CITY; Feature - Trenton Joe ($6.20), Uncle Brother, Tailor s Tack. Six furlongs in 1:11 2/5. HOLLYWOOD PARK: San Gabriel Purse David's Tobin ($12.80), Quintas Fannie. Accra 2nd Mile in 1:35 3/5. BELMONT: $25,000 Parlo Handicap — Pearl Neckloce ($6.80), Notably, Eeasonable Win. Seven furlongs in H22 4/5. BOWIE: $7,000 Falslaff Purse — Salty Chat ($21.60), Saruck, Angler I One and 116 miles in 1:46 1/5. ROCKINGHAM: $5,600 Hampstead Purse Mister Wiggle ($7), Aldela. Nemasket. One mile and 70 vards In 1:42 4/5. MONMOUTH: Feature — Thatch Mop ($8 60), Wanton Women, Contagious Girl. Six furlongs in 1:10 3/5. Transactions BASEBALL PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES: Signed pitcher Bob Steele as free agent. PRO FOOTBALL NEW YORK GIANTS: Signed defensive tackle Gary Jeter, No. 1 draft pick from Southern California, to serleu of three one year contracts PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: Signed wide receiver Horold Carmichael to three one year contracts. PITTSBURGH STEELERS: Announced retirement of center Rav Mansfield Fouts talks of quitting MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - San Diego quarterback Dan Fouts testified Thursday in federal court that the new collective bargaining agreement between the National Football League Players Association and the NFL may force him into retirement. Fouts said he would like to leave San Diego so he could have an opportunity to play with a Super Bowl team, and that the Chargers weren't of that caliber. 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