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Page 10 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Saturday, July 19, 197S Amateur Nancy Lopez Leads Women 's Open NORTHFIELD, N.J. (UPI) - Amateur Nancy Lopez, .shrugging off the problems with the wind that bothered more experienced players, birdied the 18th hole Friday to tie Sandra Post for the second round lead in the U.S. Women's Open golf championship. Miss Lopez, an 18-year-old New Mexican who twice has won the Women's Junior championship, sank a six-foot putt for the birdie four on the finishing hole that gave her a two-over-par 74 for the day and a 36-hole total of 147. Miss Post, the LPGA champion as a Elder Leads At Pleasant Valley SUTTON, Mass. (UPI) - Lee Elder, aided by a 101-yard chip shot eagle, took a one-stroke lead Friday over Lee Trevino midway through the $200,000 Pleasant Valley Classic golf tournament. Elder, runner-up at Pleasant Valley Country Club in 1972 and 1973, shot a four-under-par 67 for a two-day total of 135. Trevino scored the day's low round of 66. First-round leader Rod Curl struggled to an even par 71 and a four- way tie at 137 with Ben Crenshaw, George Johnson, and Brian Allin. Elder, who has earned a record $49,663 in five tournaments at Pleasant Valley, scrambled for pars on his first two holes (the 10th and llth) and began thinking he was in for a bad round. "I started off like I might shoot 80," said the 42-year-old veteran. "Then", I got birdies on the 15th and 16th holes, but missed an eight-footer for a bird on the 17th. "But everything evened out, I guess, oh the 18th," he added. On the 18th. Elder hit a good drive and solid five-wood shot before hitting a sand-wedge that bounced on* the green five feet from the pin and rolled into the hole. Trevino, who had an opening round •70, switched from a full swing to a punching motion Friday to score the day's best round. A total of 74 golfers from the original field of 153 survived the cut which was made at a 144 total. Bears Cut Two CHICAGO (UPI) - The Chicago Bears cut the first two players from •their training roster Friday. The National Football League club also announced the sale of tickets to home football games this fall. Officials at the Lake Forest, 111., training camp said the club had put rookie running back Walter Hartfield of Southwest Texas State and Tom Boatright, a free agent from Northeast Oklahoma State, on waivers. rookie in 1968 but a winner of "only one tournament since then, had finished hours earlier with a 73 before the winds really became a problem Judy Rankin, the first round leader and Diane Patterson, a former trapeze artist, were tied for third place at 149 Miss Rankin staggered to a 77 Friday and Miss Patterson shot 74 c « OA r"?f, Ci ! rner ' Laura Bau 8 h an <l Sally Little all were one stroke farther back at 150. Miss Lopez, who plans to enroll at Tulsa University in the fall, was the last of the leaders on the Atlantic City Country Club course and therefore the one most susceptible to the vagaries of the wind, which grew in intensity during the day. But she shrugged it off with the poise of a veteran. "You can't do anything about it" she said. "And besides that, there are some holes where it helps you anv- way." J Seven players were bunched between 72 and 74 after the first round of this $55,000 championship and Miss Post was the only one of them who got to play in the morning on Friday when the conditions were more favorable. As it was, she made two double bogeys on the back nine. Of the others, only Miss Lopez survived. Miss Rankiri and Mrs. Carrier each had a 77, Judy Kimball had an 83-156 defending champion Sandra Haynie also had 77 and was at 151 and Sandra Burns ballooned all the way to 85-159. Experimental 'Foursomes Only' Policy Adopted By Park Hills AH PYn0T*1TYiaflt dl t( 1?ntiMnA.« nn !__»• tt\mi . * ...... An experimental "Foursomes only policy for Saturdays, Sundays and holidays will be enacted at Park Hills golf course between the hours' of 6 a.m. and 2 p.m: beginning July 26, Park Hills pro manager Joe Gentz announced Friday. The policy, approved by the Park Hills golf committee at a Thursday meeting, will be implemented in an effort to get more golfers on the course at once and to speed up play in general, Gentz said. 'We've nau situations this year where a twosome will go off, followed by another twosome a few minutes later, and it slows things down," Gentz said. "A foursome can play just as fast as a twosome anyway, and if we let foursomes only go off during our busiest periods we will be able to get more players on the course and cut down the waiting time for everybody." The new policy will be enforced at the discretion of the golf course starter, Gentz said, "and then only if Bears Begin Single Game Ticket Sales CHICAGO-The Chicago Bears announced this week that individual game ticket sales for their two pre-season and seven regular season home games would begin today. Limited quantities (approximately 6,000 per game) of both $6 and $8 seats may be purchased over the counter at the Bears' loop offices or by mail. All mail orders (directed to the Chicago Bears ticket office, 173 W. Madison St., Chicago, 111. 60602) must include full payment plus 50 cents for postage and handling. A limit of four tickets per game has been set for each order. For groups larger than four, separate applications should be mailed together in one envelope. There are no reduced rates for groups or children. • To avoid reordering delays, customers are advised to indicate an acceptable alternative game or games in the event their desired game is sold out, In most cases tickets will be mailed the same day as orders are received. The complete home schedule: Aug. 30-Denver . Sept. 13-Houston 21-Baltimore 28-Philadelphia Oct. 27-Minnesota Nov. 2-Miami 9-Green Bay Dec. 7-Detroit 14-St. Louis we're real busy. If we're not real busy we'll let twosomes and threesomes go off." / If two golfers wish to play during "foursomes only" hours, they will be asked to wait until another twosome comes along and pair up, Gentz said. "Some people are reluctant to do that for different reasons, I realize, but we feel we've avoided any problems for them by enforcing the policy during specified hours only," Gentz said. "If a guy wants to come out and shoot a leisurely round with his wife or his son he'll still be able to after 2 p.m." Though the number of rounds played at Park Hills has increased this year, Gentz says the problems of slow play and crowded conditions have existed for much of the season and the "foursomes only" policy has been adopted in an effort to alleviate those problems. "It's done all over the country " he said. "The period between 6 to 2 on Saturdays, Sundays arid holidays is always going to be your busiest time, so it makes sense to be "able to put as many golfers as possible on the course during those hours. We feel we'll be able to do that with this new policy, although I should stress that it is being done on an experimental basis only We'll be interested in seeing how our golfers react to it." Suns Fall To Knicks In Battle Of Uhbeatens In HCC League Experience and muscle overcame youth and conditioning in the battle of unbeatens in the Highland College summer basketball league Thursday night. The Knicks, a collection of YMCA City League veterans, outlasted the Suns, a team of present and past Freeport High School stars, 85-82. Ralph Sager and Bill Ross had 20 points apiece, Ken Hillmer scored 14 and Jim Gorski added 12 for tlie Knicks,, who have won eight in a row in the Highland league and will battle the second place Celtics Sunday night at 9. Mike Kemp had 22 points, Tom Norman added 20 and Phil Gassman had 18 for the Suns, who lost for the first time after seven straight victories. In other Highland League games Thursday night, the Lakers upended the Cavaliers 84-70 behind 38 points by Pete Valaika; the Pistons clubbed the Bulls 102-64 as Matt Stewart and Joe Bellich collected 22 points each; and the Bullets drubbed the Sonics 127-44 as Tim Thompson scored 35 points and Gary Evers connected for 28. The Bulls tangle with the Pistons at Tennis Club Results Tuesday night women 1. Marcy Mellorti'-?. Elaine Bauscher; 3. Julie Greene; 4. Mary Saar; 5. Marilyn Clair. ' Wednesday morning women 1. Lynn Oellerich; 2. Cami Descourouez; 3. Pat Gale and Sandy Rapp (tie). Thursday Night Mixed Doubles Group A: Ted and Lenore Luecke, Dick and Diane Schwendinger and Larry and Sharon Patterson all tied with records of 24- Women's Golf At Freeport Country Club-iTholes . low net pin: Mrs. Ed Ryan', first flight- tow net-Mrs. Carlo Christensen; low putts- Mrs. William Fish; second flight: low net- Mr L E 7^ ett Zinser < low PUttl-Mrs. Harry Rubendall; third flight: low net-Mrs Ed Ryan; low putts-Mrs. John Patrou. At Freeport Country Club-nine holes First flight: low net-Mrs. John Seeker- low putts-Mrs. Robert Stuart; second flight: low net-Mrs. John Mertins; low pu ts-Mrs. Vale Nqrtridge; third flight: low net-Mrs. John Doak; low putls-Mrs. James Clancy. ' At Park HUIs-18 boles First flight: low net-Mrs. W»d<j GJWIand; ww putts-Mrs. Kenneth Kevern; second S gM ^?, wlwt J Da S 1marHa " s en; low putts- Mrs. William K. Stein; third flight: low net- Mrs. James Quayle; low putts-Mrs. Clarence Anderson antf Mrs jffi Stwte. 7 and the Rockets meet the Warriors at 8 in Sunday's other games. KNICKS (85) r Wieck 3-1-7; Hillmer 7-014; Sager 10-0-20; Ross 10-0-20; Gorski 6-012; Hawley 4-0-8; Deininger 2-0-4. Totals 421-85. , SUNS (82) - Norman 10-0-20; Hoefer 7-014; Ruthe 3-0-6; Gassman 9-0-18; Wieck 1-02; Kemp 11-0-22. Totals 41-0-82. LAKERS (84) - Valaika 17-4-38; Westaby t?A T £ or1 ?. 1 - 0 - ?: Tir "P e 10 -°- 2 °: Komfeind 4-2-10; McKmney 3-0-6. Totals 39-6-84 CAVALIERS (70) - Goeke 7-0-14; Andrews 3-0-6; Benning- 6-0-12; Buss 6-2-14- Weiand 5-0-10; Fehr 1-0-2; Meinert 6-0-12 : Mills 0-0-0. Totals 35-0-70. BULLETS (127) - Schneiderman 12-0-24- Evers 14-0-28; Thompson 17-1-35; Bradley 763 i : i2? ahmS 1<W>-20: Stewart 3-0 ' 6 - Totals S °NICS (44J - Brill 3-<M>; Floe 5-0-10; Sci- nOWe 3 "°^ : Kuhlmeier 6 -«- « n«. ~ r --: oe u 8-0-16; Edwards 6-0-12; Bellich 11-0-22- Lahdolt 6-0-12; Zimmerman 0-8-0; Joyce 1-tf- 2; Baker 8-0-16. Totals 51-0-102. BULLS (64) - R. Pease 0-0-0; S. Pease 70-14; M. Turner 7-0-14; N. Turner 1-0-2; Al- Ben 6-0-12; Reckmeyer 7-0-14; Van ScotterS- 0-6. Totals 32-0-64. New Scuba Course Offered At YMCA A new series of scuba diving lessons is being offered by the Freeport YMCA beginning Aug. 11. Six lessons will be held at the YMCA and three at the Dixon quarry under the direction of Jim^Boyer, a certified scuba instructor from the Twin Fin Diving School of Dixon. The registration fee, slightly higher for non-YMCA. members, covers the cost of all equipment needed for the course. It will be open to the first 10 persons who register. Additional information may be obtained from the YMCA. FREEPORT SPEEDWAY Stock Car Races Every Sunday —'65 Or Newer— LATE MODEL STOCK CARS Gen. Adm $3.00 Age 8-15 ..$1.00 7 And Under FREE Track Opens 5:00 Hot Laps 7:00 First Race 7:30 South Walnut St. Road FREEPORT, ILLINOIS Baseball Box Scores Chkago San Diego abrhbi abrhbi Kessinger ss 5 0 0 1 Grubb cf 321 0 Cardenal If 4000 Fuentes 2b 4220 Wilcox p 0000 Locklear If 4012 Frailing p 0000 Frisella p 0000 1 Zamora p 0000 Winfield rf 4 0 2 2 Madlock 3b 4010 McCovey lb 4 0 0 0 Morales rf 4010 Hernandz ss 0000 Monday cf 3 0 1 0 Ivie 3b 4010 Thornton lb 3100 Torres ss 4010 Trillo 2b 4100 Kendall c 3000 Swisher c 3021 Jones p 200 0 Harris ph 1010 Greif p 0000 Burris p 2020 Tolan If 1000 Mittrwld ph 0 0 0 0 Summers If 1 0 0 0 Totals 34 2 8 2 Totals 33 4 8 4 Chicago . 000 000 200- 2> San Diego 101000 20x- 4 E-Burris, McCovey, Jones, Ivie. DP-San Diego 1. LOB-Chlcago 8, San Diego 6. . 2B-Swisher, Fuentes, Locklear. . ip h r er bb so Bums 6 52111 Wilcox L 0-1 2-3 2 2 2 0' 0 Frailing o 10000 Zamora 11-3 0 0 0 0 1 Jones 61-3 6 2 0 2 1 Greif W 2-2 2-300010 Frisella 2 20001 . Frailing pitched to 1 batter in 7th. Save-Frisella (5). T-2:12. A-14,151. Detroit Chicago abrhbi abrboi Stanley cf 3000 Kelly rf 4000 Sutherlnd 2b 4 0 0 0 Orta 2b 4030 Roberts rf 4010 May lb 4000 Horton dh 4000 DJohnson dh 4110 Freehan c 3010 Hendersn cf 3100 Rodriguz 3b 3010 Melton 3b 2100 Veryzer ss .3000 Hairston If 2111 Pierce lb 3 0 0 0 Dent ss , 4012 Oglivie If 3010 Downing c 1001 Ruhle p 0000 Kaat p 0000 Reynolds p 0 0 0 0 Walker p 0 0 0 0 Killer p 0000 Totals 38040 Totals 28464 Detroit 000000000-0 Chicago 00040000X-4 E-Dent. LOB-Detroit 4, Chicago 7. 2B-Orta. SB-Melton. SF-i>owning. ip h r er bb so Ruhle L 8-6 3 54430 Reynolds 2 00002 Walker 2 10013 Hiller 1 00021 KaatW14-6 9 40 0 1 7 Ruhle pitched to 5 batters in 4th; T-l:53. A-11,701. ' Minnesota Baltimore abrhbi abrhbi Terrell 2b 5000 Singleton rf 3000 Braun If 5110 Grich 2b Ford cf 5000 Bumbry If Briggs lb 2210 May lb Hisfe dh 1110 Muser lb 2100 4100 4334 0000 2110 2000 4131 3'1 0.0 4114 4010 0000 0000 Carew dh 2000 Northrup cf Soderhlm 3b 4 1 2 3 Blair cf Bostock rf 3121 Baylor dh Borgmann c 2011 Robinson 3b diva ph 1001 Hendricks c Roof c 0000 Belanger ss Lundstedt c 1000 Cuellar p Gomez ss 1000 Miller p Thompsn ss 2 0 0 0 Goltz p 0000 Johnson p 0 0 0 0 Burgmeier pO 0 0 0 Totals 34 6 86 Totals 32 9 9 9 Minnesota 010014000-6 Baltimore 0008000U-9 E-Singleton, Muser. LOB-Minnesota 8, Baltimore 8. California Milwaukee abrhbi abrhbi Remy 2b 4010 Money 3b 3000 Rivers cf 4000 Yount ss 4001 Collins If 4030 Scott lb 4010 Lahoud dh 2000 Aaron dh 4000 Stanton rf 4000 Darwin If 2000 Chalk 3b 3000 Sharp If 0000 Doherty lb 4010 Moore c 3010 Rodriguez c 3 0 0 6 Lezcano rf 3010 Llenas ph 1000 Sheldon 2b 3110 Miley ss 30 1 0 Thomas cf 312 0 Ryan p 0 0 0 0 Slaton p 0000 Totals 32 0 6 0 Totals 29 2 6 1 California 000000000-0 Milwaukee (MM)02000x-2 DP-California- 1. LOB-Californla 8, Milwaukee 5. 2B-Collins, Thomas. SB-Thomas. SB- Remy, Darwin. ip h r er bb so Ryan L10-10 8 6 2 '2 2 6 Slaton W 9-8 9 6 0 • 0 3 4 WP-Ryan2. • • T-2:04. A-15,937. Cincinnati Montreal ab r h bi ab r h bi Rose '3b 4220 Mangual cf 4000 Griffey rf 4.2 0 0 Jorgensn lb 4000 Morgan 2b 3210 Biittner If 4010 Bench lb 4011 Carter rf 4121 Perez lb 5215 Foote c 4 1 1 0 Plummer c 0000 Parrish 3b 4121 Foster If 4121 Mackanin 2b 4 0 2 0 Geronimo cf 4 0 1 2 Frias ss 2010 Concepcin ss 4 0 1 0 Scanlon ph 1000 Nolan p 2100 Lintz ss 1000 Eastwick p 1000 Blair p 1011 Taylor p 0000 Lyttle ph 1000 DeMola p 0000 Bailey ph 1000 Scherman p 0 0 0 0 Colbert ph 1000 Totals 35 1099 Totals 36 3 10 3 Cincinnati 004 400 002-10 Monacal 010002000-3 E-Fnas. DP-Cincinnati 1. LOB-Cincinnati 7, Montreal 6. . 2B-ROSC, Foster. 3B-Biitner, Parrish HR-Perez (14), Carter (11). SB-Concepcion. SF-Foster. NolanW9-5 5 '" 5 ',' 1 f "J Eastwick 4 10002 Blair L 6-10 3 56653 Taylor 1 '22000 DeMola 2 00002 Scherman 3 22225' Blair pitched to 2 batters in 4th; Nolan pitched to 3 batters in 6th Save-Eastwick (7). HBP-by Blair (Geronimo). T-2:15. A-17,158. New York Texas abrhbi abrhbi Bonds cf 3.000 Tovardh 4010 Coggins dh 3.0 1 0 Moates cf 4000 White If 4010 Burroghs rf 4010 Munson c 4010 Hargrove If 20 0 0 Chamblss lb 3010 Handle 3b 2100 Nettles 3b 2000 Spencer lb 3010 Pmiella rf 3000 Harrah ss 3010 Mason ss 2000 Cubbage 2b 301 i Herrmnn ph 1 0 0 o Sundberg c 2000 Brinkman ss 0 0 0 0 Perry p 0000 Alomar 2b 2 0 0 0 Dempsey ph 1 0 0 0 Hunter p 0000 Totals 28040 Totals 27151 New York 000000000-0 Texas 000 000 lOx-1 E-Munson, Harrah. DP-New York 12 Texas 2. LOB-New York 4, Texas 5 2B-Munson, White. S-Chambliss. Hunter L12-9. 8 IP £ f 'I "3 1 Perry W 8-14 o 40024 Houston Howard If Gross rf Cedeno cf Watson lb May c Boswell 2b Johnson ph Milburn 2b Metzger ss Richard p Granger p Helms ph Philadelphia abrbbi abrhbi 4110 Cash2b 4021 4130 Bowa ss 3011 5000 Johnstonc rf 4 0 0 0 4233 Anderson rf 0000 4020 Luzinski If. 3011 Brown If . 1000 Allen lb 0000 Hutton lb Rader ifl 0 Schmidt 3b 3010 Maddox Cf 3000 Gates c 0000 Lonberg p 1000 Hoerner p Taylor ph Hilgendorf'pi Oil Garber p • 0.000 Totals 36 4 12 4 Totals 31 7 ft 7 Houston 012010000-4 Philadelphia 030 000 Six-7 E-Richard.' DP-Philadelphia 2. LOB- Houston 8, Philadelphia 3. 2B-Rader, Cash, May. 3B-Maddox. HR- Watson (14), Schmidt (18). ip h 6 2 42-3 1-3 32-3 1-3 4 '0 0-0 0000 3100 0000 3 321 4 2 2 2 3111 1 000 0000 1000 Richard L 6-5 Granger . Lonberg Hoerner Hilgendorf W 24) Garber 7 2 10 0 2 JL bb 3 0 1 0 2 0 so 9 0 1 0 2 0 Zulke Has 7-lnning No-Hitter; Pony Stars Win 1-0 In Eight unr'UTTi i IT D-« j n..n__ ...__ , -^f ROCHELLE-Brad Ziilke fired seven innings of no-hit baseball and his Freeport Pony League all-star teammates pushed a run across in the bottom of the eighth inning to down host Rochelle 1-0 in the second round of the Pony League area tournament here Friday night. Zulke struck out 15 and walked two in the seven innings he worked. Randy Shipp, who relieved him, picked up the victory despite yielding a single to Jack Albers, when Freeport scored a run on singles by Steve Quittschreiber and Mark Andregg, Zulke's fielder's choice and Tom Linebarger's RBI single. For the game the winners managed' 10 hits, with Quittschreiber getting three and Mfke Linebarger two. In Friday night's losers bracket game, Dixon downed Kishwaukee 11-8 and knocked Kishwaukee out of the double elimination tournament. Dixon will play Rochelle today, with the winner meeting Freeport at 1 p.m. Sunday. If Freeport loses, it will play again Sunday at 4. ^ CALL B & B ELECTRIC tnduitriot-Comnwrcial Wiring and Repairing Corner Locuft and Chettnur >.O. Box 7S3-Fr*«port, I 133^112. Rochelle Macklin ss McCulloch p Bunger 2b Alderks c Springman cf Hall If McCluskey rf Lasardo pr Tracy lb Albers 3b ab r h ab 400 M. Linebarger ss 4 400 Kenney rf 4 400 Shipp p o 300 Quit'ber If 4 300 Andregg 3b 3 30 0 Zulkep 4 200 T.Linebarger lb 4 000 Anderson c 3 200 Bierk 2b 0 3 0 1 Knutti rf 1 Sieple cf 3 r 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 h 2 1 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 30 1 10 ,00-0 01-1 Totals 28.0 1 Totals Score by innings': Rochelle 000 Freeport 000 Two-base hits: B. Kenney, L. Sieple PITCHING • ,j ip bb so Zulke .7 o 11 Shipp McCulloch 0 Grass Carpet Steps, Patios In 6, Atlanta New York abrhbi abrhbi Garr If 3001 Unser cf 3000 Perez 2b 5220 Alou ph 1000 Evans 3b 3011 Sanders p 0000 Williams lb 4010 Stearns ph 1 000 Gaston rf 3000 Webb p 0000 CorVell c 3001 Millan 2b 5110 Gilbreatb st> 3120 Kranepol lb 3020 Blanks ss 1000 Jones ph 1000 Office cf 4000 Garrett 3b 1000. Morton p 2100 Staub rf 5121 House p 1000 Kingman If 5120 Sosa p 0000 Torre lb 5030 Leon p 0 0 00 Phillips ss 3010 Heidemnn ss2 01 1. Grote c 401 1. Matlack p 0000 Milner ph 1010 Clines cf 10 10 Totals 32 4 6 3 Totals 41 3 15 3 Atlanta 000 030 010- 4 New York , 000 001002- 3 E-Unser, Torre, Phillips, Perez, Heidemann. LOB-Atlanta 9, New York 14. : 2B-Evans, Millan. SB-Gilbreath. S- Matlack, WilUams, Sosa. SF-Garr, Cor- • rell. Pittsburgh Los Angeles abrhbi abrhbi Stennett 2b 5 0 1 0 Lopes 2b 4 1 1 0 Sanguillen .c 4110 Buckner If 4121 Oliver cf 4 1 3 2 Wynn cf 3100 Stargell lb 4010 Garvey lb 41 10 Zisk If 3121 Hale rf 3 0 0 Q Parker rf 4010 Mota ph 1012 Hebner 3b 4000 Paciorek rf 000 '0 Mendoza ss 2 0 1 0 Cey 3b .3011 Robinson ph 1000 Russell ss 4000 Demery p 0000 Yeager c 3020 .Hernandez p 0 0 0 0 Rau p 2000 Krkptrck ph 1000 Marshall p 1000 Ellis p 2000 Howe ph . 1 0 0 0 ... • . Taveras 'ss' 0 0 0 0 Robertsn ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 36 3 10 3 Totals 32 484 Pittsburgh 000000030-3 Los Angeles Oil 000 02x- 4 E-Lopes, Hebner. LOB-Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 8. . 2BrMendoza, Garvey, Cey, Sanguillen, Mota. HR-Oliver (10), Zisk (9). SB-Lopes, Buckner. S-Rau. ip h r er bb so EUis 6 62203 Demery L 4-3 11-3 1 22 1 0 Hernandez 2-310020 Rau 71-3 10 3 3 1 5 Marshall W 5-6 12-3 00 0 0 ""' 0'' T-2:29. A-52,506. Kansas City Boston . abrhbi abrhbi White ss 4000 Carbo rf 3222 Brett 3b 4000 Evans rf 2110 McRae If 4230 Doyle 2b 2022 Killebrew dh 4 1 2 3 Griffin 2b 2 0^0 0 Mayberry lb 3 0 1 0 Ystrzmsk lb 4 1 12 Otis cf 4000 Mntgmry lb I'O 0 1. Rojas 2b 3000 Lynn cf 3000 Wohlford rf . 3 0 0 0 Miller cf 1000 Healy c 3 0 0 0 Rice If 4221 Busby p ' 0 0 0 0 Cooper dh t 2 0 0 Of. Mingori p 0000 Beniquez dh 2020- Fisk c 3 1 1 11 Petrocelli 3b3 0 0 : 0> Burleson ss 4 2 2 0 1 * . Lee p . 00 00-? Totals 32 3 6 3 Totals 36 9 13 9£ Kansas City 000100002-3% Boston 23111001X-9 ' E-Brett, Otis, White. DP-Kansas City 1:-' Boston 1. LOB-Kansas City 3, Boston 8. '° l 2B-Carbo, Doyle 2, Killebrew, Burleson;" Beniquez, McRae. 3B-McRae. HR-Yast- ' rzemski (11), Rice (15), Killebrew (il>;.-« SB-Lynn. S-Doyle. SF-Fisk « That Freeport Ceramic Tile Co. Has.. For Porches, 12,15 Ft Widths. ,447 W. South, on the Belliine Phone: 233-2617 /i. HELSLEY SUPPLY CO. 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