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JT7 - ••• *•*•#* » «, * *--* .j »"- 7- % * - .- *' f v f , r - . »' » * Hiwtrtt, Frttoy, fme H, IfTS CtttCAd0 - fuel 5 Monday belted twd' home rtJKa Thursday, the second one 'ftHwo-nm tiebreaker ft the seventh inning, to power the'Chicago Cubs to a 4-2 victory.over the Montreal Expos. ' | Earlier, Bob Bailey's tie- breaking single in the 18th inning gave the Expos a 5-4 win in the completion of a game suspended by darkness Wednesday after 12 innings. Adrian Garrett, batting for winner Milt Pappas (5-5), singled with one out bfefore Monday trashed his 18th homer of the year, a drive into the right field seats off Steve Renko (6-5). Bailey's 13th home 'run of the season put the Expos ahead in the second inning but the Cubs tied it in the third on Monday's first homer, then Went ahead in the sixth on doubles by Jose Cardenal and Randy Hundley. Boots Day's homer knotted it, 2-2, in the sixth. Burt Hooton (8-5), Chicago's seventh pitcher in the suspended game, walked a pair before Bailey delivered his winning hit, ending the four hour 50-minute marathon. Gub starter Larry Gura had been sailing along with a three-hit 2-0 shutout until Bailey led off the seventh with his first homer. Jack Aker, who relieved Gura, was greeted by Ken Singleton's score-tying eighth home run. , Ron Hunt's bases-loaded • • * OAMtS CHICAGO ob r h bl Monday cf 5120 Hunt Jb Mashore If Joroonsn If Woods' cf TWnlkcr p Scolf o PJorvIs p Sflnson ph Stoneman p _ . _ _ HBreedon Ib 7 0 0 0 ab r h bl 8031 3000 50 20 6010 0000 0000 0 00 0 1000 100 Ballev 3h Singleton ff Boccablld c Foil ss Fairly Dh Frlas ss Torre/ p _ , , _ Humphry ph 1 0 0 0 MMarshil p 0 0 0 0 Day cf 3000 6243 6211 1020 3010 0000 4000 3010 Kcsslnoer ss 6 0 0 0 Bonham p 1000 •Burrls p 0 0 O'O AOarrell ph 1000 Hoolon p 0000 BWIIIams If 6 0 1 0 Bournue Ib 4111 Hickman Ib 3010 Sanlo 3b 7232 Hlscr rf Hundley c CJames pr Rudolph c Popovlch 2b Gura p Aker p LaRoche p Cardenal ph Locker D Beckert 2b single in the top of the hinth put ihe Expos oh top, 3-2, before Santo .sent things into extra innings with his bonier in the bottom of the inning. The Expos bfdkeVon top after the game was resumed in th 13th/when Bailey hit his 12th hornet — but Santo tied it again with another homer, his 10th of the season. SECOND GAME MONTREAL CHICAGO ,, obrhbl ohrhbl Hunl 2b 4010 Monday cf 4223 Day ct 3131 Beckerl 2b 3 0 0 & Woods cf 1000 BWIIIanu If 1 0 0 0 Fairly If 4030 Hlscr If 0 0 O'O Singleton rf 4000 Bouraue 1b Jorge nsn Ib 4000 Sonlo 3b -. Foil ss Humphry e Renko.p 3 p-O-lS Cardenol rf Hundley c 1000 4000 4010 3110 3011 8000 4010 0000 4000 8 0 t 0 2000 1000 00 0 0 1000 0000 4000 Total *4 5 IS 5 Total 65 4 13 3 Expos 000 MO 201 000 100 001— 5 Cub* 100 001 001 000 100 000- 4 E— Locker. DP— Montreal 2, Chicago. 5. LOB— Montreal 12, Chicago. 14. 28— Sanlo, Popovlch, Joraensen. HR— Bouraue (6)/ Bailey 2 (12), Singleton (8), Sanlo ? (10). IP H R ER BB SO 8 - - - - . 3 1-3 1-3 21-3 Torre? M.Marshall T.Walker Scott P.JarvIs Stoneman (W,M) Gura Aker LaRoche Looker Bonham Burrls Hooton (L,8 5) 2-3 WP—Torrcz 2. T—4:50. 4 3 2 0 1 3 4 3 1 3 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 n i 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 T 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 3010 Kesslnger sj 2 0 0 0 3000 LoRocho 0 0000 Poppas p 2000 AGorrell ph 1110 Total. sTill Total litTi Montreal 010 OOI 000- t Cnfcaaq .. 001 100 JOx- 4 ap-Monlrcal 1, Chlcflso.?. LOB—Montreal 4, Chicago, 5. 28—Cardennl, Hun; dley. HR-Balley (13), Monday '2 (18), Day (3), IP H R ER BB SO Renko. (L,«-5) I « 4 4 4 3 Pappas (W.5-5) 7 92201- LaRochg 2 0> 0 0 0 0' Savo-LaRoche (3), T—2:12. A-17,417. Phils bury Mets . NEW YORK (AP) - Tommy Button drove in four runs with a pair of homers and Del Unser added a two- run shot to highlight a 13-hit attack Thursday that carried the Philadelphia Phillies to an 11-4 victory over the New Yorjk Mets. Unser's seventh homer of the year gave the Phils a 2*0 lead in the first inning off Jim M c A n d e w (3-6) and started Jim Lonborg off to his sixth victory in 12 decisions. Ed Kranepool's run-scoring single cut the lead in half in the bottom of the first but the Phils made it 4-1 in the second on Mike Schmidt's double, Larry Bowa's RBI single, Lonborg's single and Denny Doyle's squeeze bunt, Kutton hit a solo homer in the third inning, Ron Hodges smacked a two-run. double in the bottom of the third for the Mets, then the Phils put the game out of reach with an unearned run in the fifth and four runs, three of them on Hutton's fourth homer of the year, in the seventh inning off reliever Tug McGraw. Wayne Garrett doubled home the Mets' final run in the eighth but Bowa matched that with an RBI double in the ninth. Sports chiefs against controls PHILADELPHIA ob r h bl Dovle 2b 4111 Rgdznskl rf • - - Unser cf Luzlnskl If MAndrsn rf Huffon Ib Schmidt 3b Boone c Bowa ss Lonborg p 4210 5222 4011 1100 5 .1 4 4 5110 4000 4122 4010 NEW YORK ab r h bt WGarrelt 3b 5 0 3 1 .^Triple Crown winner Secretariat is led down ramp at * Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. The standout t runner was flown in Thursday for the Arlington Invi- Associated Press tational. In Saturday's $125,000 race, Secretariat will match strides over the 1 1/8 miles course with three challengers to his invincibility. DENVER — The National. Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics voted unanimously Thursday to oppose federal controls .over am- ateur sports proposed in a bill being considered by a U.S. Senate Committee. "The omnibus bill would es- Red SOX Win, 16-7, lose, 4-2 Steward counteracts : Associated Press BOSTON — Boston's Reggie Smith belted a first-inning two-run homer and the Red Sox added a four-run fourth t and a six-run sixth to rout the Cleveland Indians, 16-7, and earn a split in Thursday's :doubleheader. '. John Ellis' windblown three- run homer into the left field screen in the fourth inning, powered the Indians to a 4-2 victory in the opener. -•• In the second game, Smith's eighth homer of the season, following a walk to Luis Aparicio, was offset by !lwo Cleveland runs in the second. Chris Chambliss stroked an RBI single and later scored'on a wild pitch. After trading single runs, the Red Soc took a 7-3 lead in the fourth as Tommy Harper and Aparicio contributed run- scoring singles. Boston put the game out of reach in the sixth. Bob Culp, (1-3) battling back from shoulder surgery, retired the first nine Cleveland batters before walking John Lowenstein to start the fourth inning of the first game. After a forceout, he hit SECOND GAME CLEVELAND BOSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Lowcnstn 3b 4 1 2 0 Harper If 6121 WWillms nh 1000 Aparicio ss 3321 Gamble dh 3010 Guerrero ss 1001 RLollch dh 2000 RSmllh cf 2212 Hendrick cf -4 0 1 2 DEvans rf 2020 Ellis c 5230 Cepcda dh 5121 Snlkes If 4220 Ogllvlc dh 1000 Chmbliss Ib 3132 Pctrocelli 3b 2 0 1 1 Brohamr 2b 2011 BHunter 3b 1000 Ragland 2b 2000 Cater Ib 4222 RTorres rf 4000 RMIIIer rf 4321 Dufty ss 4110 MntBmrv c 5334 .Bosnian p 0000 J Kennedy 2b 3 1 2 2 Lamb p 0000 Patlln p 0000 Kekich o 0000 Morel p 0000 JJohnsn p 0 0 0 o . • Total • 38 7 15 5 Total 39 16 19 16 Cleveland 020 110 021— 7 Boston 210 406 03x—1« E—Duffy, Hendrick. DP—Cleveland 1, Boston 2. LOB—Cleveland 6, Boston 9. 2B—Spikes, J.Kennedy, Lowenslein, Apa- rlcio, Cater, R.Miller, Duffy. 3B—Monl- gomrv. HR—R.Smith (8). SB—Low- ensteln. SF—Cater, Hendrick, J.Kennedy, Guerrero. IP. H R ER BB SO Bosnian (L,2-8) 3 85420 Lamb 2 1-3 Kekich 1 2-3 J.Johnson 1 Pattin (W,8-9) S Morel 4 • . Save—Moret (1). WP—Pattin 2. T—3:03. A—15,139. George Hendrick with a pitch before Ellis hit his sixth homer of the season. The Indians added an unearned run in the seventh. Rico Petrocelli hit his 10th homer in the second inning off winner Dick Tidrow (5-8) to give the. Red Sox the lead and they made it 2-0 in the third on Rick Miller's double and Smith's single. Associated Press FIRST. CLEVELAND ab r h bl Lowensln 3b 4 o 1 0 Gamble rf 3100 RTorres rf 1 000 Hendrick cf 3110 Ellis dh 3113 Spikes If 3000 Chmbliss Ib 4000 Duncan c 2000 Brohamr 2b 4110 Cardenas ss 3010 Tidrow p 0000 Tlmermn p 0 0 0,0 GAME BOSTON ob r h bl 3110 4031 4000 4010 0000 4000 RMillcr r\ RSmilh cf Fisk c Ystrmski If Harper pr Cepeda dh Pctrocelli 3b 3 1 1 1 Cater Ib • 4010 Aparicio. ss 3000 Guerrero 2b 3000 Culp 0 0000 Newhasr p 0000 Total 30 4 5 3 Total 32 2 7 2 Cleveland 000 300 100— 4 Boston 011000000-2 E—Guerrero. DP—Cleveland 1. LOB — Cleveland 6, Boston 6. 2B—R.MIIIer, Hendrick. HR-Petrocelli noif.EIJIsJu.^ 5 2 4 7 7 6 2 3 4 3 6 3 2 1 3 1 4 0 3 1 1 1 2 4 Tidrow (W.5-8) Tlmermn Culp (L,l-3) Newhauser Save—Tlmermn 7 422 2 300 71-34 4 3 12-3100 fZ)- HBP-by 2 3 1 2 4 8 1 1 Culp aave-iimeimii - (Hendrick)/ 1 by Newhauser (Duncan). T 2:42. ABA okays foul test SAN DIEGO (AP) — The American Basketball Association tentatively adopted a rule Wednesday allowing a player to remain in the game no matter how many fouls he commits. Commissioner Robert Carlson said the "revolutionary rule" will be tried in preseason games and adopted for the regular season if it doesn't.disrupt the game. Under longstanding basketball rules, players are benched for the rest of the game once they commit a certain number of personal fouls — six in the professional leagues, five in college. INDIANAPOLIS - Harlan Fengler, longtime chief steward of the Indianapolis 500 mile auto race, reacted Thursday to continuing criticism of his starting of last month's race by saying the field might be better aligned if he had the power to levy stiffer fines. Fengler, 71, in a telephone interview with the Indianapolis News from his New London, Ohio, home said, "All the drivers have to do is go up where they belong and behave themselves." He added, "Obviously, people are going to criticize the chief steward no matter who he is." Fengler was interviewed one month after the aborted start of the 57th Indy race in which driver David (Salt) Walther was severely burned in a multiple - car accident only about 100 yards from the start - finish line. Fengler is only allowed to fine drivers who move out of position before they reach the starting line $100. A. J. Foyt, Peter Revson and Steve Krisiloff were handed such fines for being out of line on the aborted start. Fengler asked Dick King, director of competition for the sanctioning U.S. Auto Club, to assess further penalties but USAC has not acted. Fengler added, "The start on the last day (May 30) was pretty good. There was all this talk, but nothing went wrong. This jumping the flag has been going on for years. This is a contest, but I'll never understand why they want to win it in the first turn. "The thing on Salt Walther came after the green flag dropped. I .haven't seen anything, in films or pictures, that convinced me anybody touched him. He just veered to his right." Wednesday's big league scores Tanzanian sets track mark American League MINNESOTA ab r h bF Terrell ss 3010 Carew 2b 1000 Darwin rf 4000 Mllterwld dh 3 0 0 0 Ollvu dh 1000 Lis Ib 4000 Broun 3b 3000 Hlsle cf 3110 Roof c 3100 Adams If 2112 Hall II 2010 Kaal p 0000 Collz p 0000 TEXAS DNelson 2b Harrah ss AJohnsn dh Carlv If Burrughs rf Harris 3b Spencer Ib Suarez c Maddox cf Clyde p Goglwskl p ab 4 4 4 4 2 3 3 4 0 0 r hbf 0 2 2 1 2 1 030 000 1 1 0 1 2 1 000 000 1 1 0 000 000 MILWAUKEE ab r h bt TJohnson ss 4010 Money 3b DMay cf Brlaos If Scott Ib Porter c Lahoud dh GThomas dh Colucclo.rf Garcia 2b Sloton p Llnzy p 2100 C! 2 1 1 4011 4011 3000 2000 1000 4000 3000 0000 0000 — DETROIT ab r h bt GBrown dh 4000 MStanley.cf Cash Ib . TTaylor pr Reese Ib WHorton If Sharon rf Sims c MAullffe 2b Norlhrup rf ARodrgez. 3b EBrnkmn ss Coleman p Hlller c 3110 4121 0100 0000 3100 0000 4000 41 2 4 4110 2000 3011 0000 0000 ST LOUIS . . ab r h bt Brock If 5131 Carbo.lf Slzemore 2b Torre Ib Simmons c Reltz 3b Stein rf Dwver cf JCruz cf Tyson ss Cleveland p 0100 5220 5443 4235 6 1 42 4110 1000 5231 5111. 5010 PITTSBURGH ' . ab r h bl Cllnes rf- 4110 Stennelt 2b AOIIver cf •Slorgcll If Zlsk If Hcbner 3b . SanQullln c . BRobrtsn Ib Alley ss Rooker p LWalker p Gorizalez ph BJohnson p Cash ph Blass p 4000 4010 2001 0000 4111 41 10 3111 4000 0000 0000 1000 0000 1011 1010 PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl Tovar 3b 4000 Harmon Mutton 11 WRofonsn 'LuzinskI Schmidt MAndrsn ' Unser cf • Boone c Bowa ss Lersch p Rgdznskl BWIIson Total 2b 4010 3 1000 cf 5000 If 4221 Ib 4210 ft 3223 1000 4020 4010 3011 ph 0000 p 0000 37 6 10 5 NEW YORK ab r h bl WGarrett 3b 4 1 1 0 Mlllan 2b Staub rt Milner Ib Kranpool If Hahn cl Gosoer cf Hodges c TMartinz S! Stone p Boswell ph Capra p Total 4020 4111 4100 4110. 0000 4-1 1 1 4122 > 4 1 4 1 2012 1000 1000 „_ 36 7 13 7 Total 29 3 4 2 Total 31 4 n 4 Minnesota 020 000 100— 3 Texas 021 100 OOx— 4 E—Suarez, D.Nelson, LOB—Minnesota 8, Texas 8. 2B—Harrah. HR—Adams (I). 5B-D.Nelson, Hlsle, Terrell. SF-Harrls. IP H R ER BB SO Kaat (L,8-6) 32-38 4 4 3 2 Goltz 41-33 0 0 1 3 Clyde (W.1-0) 5 12278 Gqgolewskl 4.31022 Total 29 3 4 3 Total 31 6 7 6 Milwaukee 101 001 000- 3 Detroit 000011 04x—6 LOB—Milwaukee 5, Detroit 4. 2B—Cash. 3B-BrlgflS.HR-D.May (12), Cash (10), McAuliffe (5). S—Money. IP H R ER BBSO 71-3 5 3326 2-3233 1 0 81-34 3 3 5 9 2-30 0 0 0 2 Slaton Linzy (L,2-5) Coleman (W,ll-7) Hlller Save-Hlller 2:24. (13). WP-Coleman; T— Save—Gogolewskl 8:50. A—35,698. (6). WP-Kaat. T— NEW YORK BALTIMORE I Clarke 2b White If MAlou rf Murcer cf Hart dh GNettles 3b Munson c FAlou Ib Michael's! FPetersn p Beene p abrhbl ab r h bl 4030 Reffenmd rf 3 0 0 0 3020 Grich 2b 4000 4010 Blair cf 4222 4020 TDavIs dh 4122 4000 EWIIIams Ib 4 0 1 0 4000 Baylor If 2000 4000 BRoblnsn 3b 3 0 1 0 4010 Elchebrn c 3000 4010 Belonner ss 3110 0000 McNally p 0000 0000 Heise ss Scott Ib OIBrown dh EIRdrgez c Brlgos If Colucclo cf DMav pli GThomas rf Porter ph Garcia 2b EdRdgez p Lo ckwood p Gardner p Totol 35 0 10 0 Total 30 4 7 4 New York 000 000 000— 0 Baltimore 1020000ix—4 E—Michael. DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— New York 9, Baltimore 4. 2B—Blair, E.Williams. HR-Blair (4), T.Davis (4). S—White, Reltenmund. IP H R ER BB SO F.Peterson (L.6-8) 22-3633 I 0 Beene 51-3 I 1 1 0 4 WcNollv (W.6-9) 9 10 0 0 0 2 T-2;05. A-21,822, KANSAS CITY.., ab r h bl Patek ss 4010 FWhite 2b 3000 itis cf 3110 \ayberry ib 4 l l 2 lopklns dh 4010 •niella If ,4010 ..rkpatrk rf 4 Q Q ichaal 3b (or c OAKLAND ab r h bl Campnrls ss 3 1 1 0 SplVbrff p 4010 000 1 0000 North cf Bandp 3b RJackson rf DeJohnsn dh Tenace Ib Fosse c DGreen 2b Mangual If Hunter p 1 l 0 0 4020 3000 2111 4120 4000 4010 0 0 00 '1 3 ft 9 Cne" out when winning riirf scored^ Kansas city 002 ooo ooo- i Oakland OOP 020 ooi- 3 Patek.DP—Kansas City 2. '"•• ' Oakland 10. 2B- " Tenace (13). SECOND CAME MILWAUKEE DETROIT ab r h bl ab r h bl 2200 GBrown dh 4120 4010 FHoward dh 1000 4000 MStanley cf 4011 3121 Cash Ib 3121 4021 IBrown ph 1000 4000 Reese Ib 0000 3112 WHorton If 4111 1010 Freehan c 0000 2000 Sims c 3021 1000 MAullffe 2b 2010 4000 Norlhrup rf 3000 0000 Kaline rf 1000 0000 ARodraez 3b 4 1 2 1 0000 EBrnkmn ss 2 1 0 0 Fryman p 0000 farmer p 0000 Hlller p 0000 Total 32 4 7 4 - Total 32 5 II 5 Milwaukee 100 210 000— 4 Detroit 000 050 OOx— i E—Money. DP—Milwaukee I, Detroit 1. LOB—Milwaukee 7, Detroit 10. 28—Cash, Sims, D.May. 38—W.Horton. HR—Co- lucclo (6), A.Rodriguez (7). SB — G.Thomas, Money, S—Heise, E.Brinkman. IP H R ER BB SO 4 53333 21-35 2 2 1 1 12-31 0 0 1 0 32-35 3 3 2 3 41-32 1 1 1 1 1 Total 4515 2213 Total 32 4 7 4 St. Louis 306 100 104-15 Pittsburgh 100010200-4 E—Hebner, Clines. DP—Sf. Louis' 1, ' Pittsburgh 2.. LOB-SI. • Louis 0, Pittsburgh 4. 2B—Torre, Simmons 2, A.Oliver, Stein, Cleveland, J.Cruz, Blass. SB- Torre. HR—Torre (7), Simmons (5), Hebner (12), B.Robertson (9). SF—Stargell, Simmons. IP H ' 9 7 21-3 8 2-3 3 2 5 4 6 Cleveland (W.8-5) Rooker (L,l-2) L.Walker B.Johnson Blass R ER BB SO 4425 7703 2200 Philadelphia 023 010 000— 6 New York 700 000 OOX— 7 E—W.Garrett 2. OP—Philadelphia 1. LOB—Philadelphia 8, New York 5. 2B— T.Marllnez, Hodges. HR—Luzlnskl (10), M.Anderson (5). H R ER BB SO Lersch (L,2-3) 7 12 7 7 0 2 B.WHson J 10000 Stone (W,4-2) 5 10 6 5 2 S Capra 4 • 0 0 0 2 4 Save-Capra (1). T-2;27. WP—L.Walker. T—2:19, A-33,041, MONTREAL ab r h bt Day cf 4010 Jorgensn Ib 3000 Fairly If 3020 Singleton rf Bailey 3b Foil ss . Hum.ohry c Frias 2b Hunl ph Moore p TWalker o Stlnson ph PJarvis p Woods ph Strhmayr p 4000 4010 4000 4000 3110 0000 1 00 0 0000 1011 0000 1000 0000 CHICAGO . ab r h bl Monday cf 3110' Beckert 2b 3110 BWIIIams If 5110 Cardenal rf 3100 Sanlo 3b 4234 Hlckman Ib 4010 Rudolph c 4022 Kesslnger ss 2 0 0 0 Jenkins p 2000 Riser ph 1000 Bonham p 1000 EdRdgez Lockwooo: (L.3-4) Gardner Fryman Farmer (W,l-2) Hlller . . . Save—Hlller (14). HBP— b'/ EdRdsez (Freelian), by Farmer (Money), T—2:44. A—30,661. HBreeden ph 1 0 0 0 Total 33 1 6 1 Montreal Chicago E—Foil, Fairly. DP- Montreal 8, Chicago. Santo, Frlas. Total 31 2 6 2 Total mln Moore (L,4-8) T.Walker P.JarvIs Strohmaver Jenkins (W,8-5) Bonham Save—Bonham (4). (Beckert), by Bonham Total 32 6 9 6 000 010 000- 1 0)4 100 OOx— 6 •Montreal 2. LOB— 9. 2B-Rudolph 2, H R ER BB SO 1-34 4 3 22 2-332223 0001 2 20010 SECOND GAME PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl Doyle 2b 5120 Hahn If 4000 RBdznskl rf 3100 Mlllan 2b 4000 Unser cf 4210 Mays cf 4020 Lyzinski If 4 0 2.2 Staub rf 4000 Hulton Ib 3100 Theodore Ib 4030 Schmidt 3b 4225 Dyer c 4110 Boone c 4000 WGarrett 3b 3 0 1 0 Bowo ss 4000 TMartinz ss 2001 Wallace p 3 p 0 0 Parker p 1000 Beauchp ph 1000 Hennigan p 0000 Fregosi ph 1000 Sadeckl p 0000 Total 34 7 7 7 Total 32 1 7 1 Philadelphia 000 115 000— 7 New York 000010000— 1 E-Millan. DP—New York 1. LOB— Philadelphia 3, New York 5. 2B—Mays, -W.Garrett, Theodore. HR-Schmidt 2 (8). SB-Unser. SF—T.Martinez. HELSINKI (AP) ;- Filbert Bayi of Tanzania Vied from start to finish and^set a new African record in tHje process as he captiired the%500 meter run with a tinie! J pf 3 minutes, 34.6 seconds Thursday in the eighth bi-annual World Track Games. The 20-year-old Bayi's clocking bettered by three- tenths of a second the old African mark of 3:34.9 set by Kip Keino of Kenya and was the third fastest time ever for the distance. Olympic 800- meter champion Dave.Wottle of the United States was second with a personal best of 3:36,2 while Ben Jipcho of Kenya also logged a best-ever 3:36.6 for third, Steve Prefoh- taine of the U.S. finished llth in 3:38.1. Olympic champion Rod Milburn of the United States took Wallace (W.l-0) Parker (L,5-2) Hennigan Sadeckl IP 9 3 1 R ER BB SO 1 1 2 2 5 5 0 0 WP—Hennigan. T—2:06. A-31,095. POOL TABLES and BOWLING SUPPLIES BOWLER'S THUMB 4322 N, 1th Ave, Phont 279-TMI 1102 0 0 24 HBP-by T.Walker (Hunl). T-2:22. llttorff IP H 1-3 8 R ER BBSO 3254 2240 National League 401 i 'CHICAGO CALIFORNIA abrhbl abrhbl 4000 Alomar 2b 3100 ' ' ' ' Plnson If 3020 FRobnsn dh 2001 u Epstein ib 31" Q Schnbjm rf itanfon rf 'erry cf Meollss -„-„'„-« T °rb° r9 c 0000 Singer 30 1 4 l Total '2 . . 0 allagher 3b 3 0 0 0 301 0000 30 J 0 0 . 2100 0000 26 3 7 3 CINCINNATI ab r h bl Rose If 4130 Morgan 2b 3010 Driessen 3b 4111 TPerez Ib 4000 Concepcn ss 4021 Kosco rf 4010 Tolan cf 3000 Plummr c 3000 Norman tJ 2000 Borbon p 0000 Gaglluno.ph 1000 MGIofhln p 0000 HOUSTON Agee rf Metzger ss Cedcno cf Wafson ff LMav Ib DgRader 3b Helms 2b Jutze c Reuss p ab 5 4 3 3 3 4 3 r h bl 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 2 • ATLANTA. ab r h bt Oates C 5012 MPerez ss 4010 Tepedino ph 1 0 0 0 Eyans 3b 3110 Baker cf 4000 DaJohnsn 2b 3 0 0 0 Garr rf Dletz Ib Lum If Deylne p Frlsella p Goggln ph House p HAaron ph 4111 4110 4221 2010 0000 1000 0000 1000 SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl Thomosn rf 3000 Fuentes 2b Maddox cf Goodson 3b Matthews If . . . . Kingman Ib 4000 Speler ss 4031 DvRader c Bryant p Sosa p 3000 4121 41 2 1 4110 4233 3100 0000 00 000 010— 1 003 000 OOX- 3 ;—Herrmann, DP-Chlcago 4, Plnson nermioilli, uyvii ,«. wi VHit.awu <), rnla. !. LOB—Chicago 2, California t—Epstein (3). SB-Orla. S—Alomar, n. SF-F.Robinson. ., „_„„„,„ \ ..Johnson (L,l-l) r .orster _ .. IP H R ER BBSO 51-35 3 3 5 4 22-32 0 0 0 0 9 4 1 1 07 Totol 32 2 8 2 Tolol 31 109 10 Cincinnati ooo OOJ 000- J Houston 000 01S Mx-10 E-Dnes5en, Rose, Concepclon. DP- Houslon 3. LOB -Cincinnati 4, Houston 5. 2B-Kosco, DgRader, Jutze, Agee. SF — Reuss, Wafson, L./V.av ., IP H R ER BB SO Norman (L,4-«) 52-34 6 6 5 7 Botbon 11-32 1 5 0 0 McGlothlln 3 ' 2 0 0 Reubs (WJO-i) 9 82215 WP-BorbOB. T-J:15. A-22.683. *. Total 34 1 $ 4 Total . 33 6 11 6 Atlanta ooo 031 ooi- i SgnFrancisco 002 003 Olx— $ E — Goodson. LOB— Atlanta 6, SanFron- clsco 7. 2B— Lum, DvRader. 3B— Maddox. HR-DvRoder 2 (5), Garr (5), Lum (5). SB— Evans. S— Thomasson. Devine (L,0-l) Frisella House Brvant (W,12-5) Sosa Save—Sosg ($), A—4,744. * IP 1 2 1 R ER BB SO 5522 0011 T-2:2?. BUY TIRES WAREHOUSE DIRECMrom TIRE STABLES WAREHOUSE 3412 E, Washington t 273*1656 Open Mon. thru Sat, 8-5 P.M. the 110-meter hurdles in 13.3, just one-tenth second off the world record he shares with four others. Ralph Mann of the U.S. was sixth in 14.1. American Fred Newhouse won the 400 meters in 45.4, while Tim Heikkila of the U.S. cleared. 6-feet, 8%-inches to finish third in the high jump behind Lasse Viskari of Finland's winning 6-10 3 /4. tablish a massive federal amateur sports bureaucracy and would frustrate the efforts of high schools, junior colleges and all other institutions of higher education to control their own athletic programs," a statement approved by the group said. The adoption of the statement came at the conclusion of the group's eighth annual convention here. About 600 of the group's 1,000 members attended the meeting. "The bill is clearly and inexplicably injurious to interscholastic and intercollegiate athletic programs," the statement said. "What is needed is a small, limited-term agency, authorized to restructure the organizations representing the United States on international amateur sports governing bodies and to accomplish a reform of the U.S. Olympic Committee," it said. . John Winkin, athletic director at Colby, Kan., College, was elected president of the association, succeeding Cecil Coleman, athletic director at Illinois. •••••'•••• Other officers are Garry Fouke of Houston, first vice, president; Bill Rohr of Ohio University, second vice president, and Stan Marshall of South Dakota State, third vice president. Mlllan 2b 4100 Stnub rf 4130 Mllncr Ib 4000 Kranpool If 5011 Gosfler cf 4210 Hodges c 4022 TMartinz ss 4000 McAndrw p 1 0 1 0 Boswell ph 1000 Hennkian n 0000 Beouchp oh 1000 McGraw p 0000 Theodore ph 1000 Sadccki p 0000 Tolal 40111310 Total seTTll Philadelphia 221010401—11 New York 102 000 010- 4 E—Unser, Boone, Millan, T.Martinez, Mllncr. DP-.New York 2. LOB—Philadelphia 7, New York 11. 2B—Schmidt, Staub 2, Hodaes, W.Garrett 2, Unser, Hutton,. Bowa. HR—Unser (7), Hullon 2 (4). SB—Doyle. S—Doyle. IP Lonborg (W.6-6) 9 McAndrew (L,3-6) 4 Hcnniuan 2 McGraw 2 Sadeckl 1 T-2:42. A-9,965. H R ER BB SO 11 4 4 4 5 65515 '1)110 44320 21100 Kraft winner in cycle scrap Rick Kraft was back to his old winning ways Wednesday night at Manzanita Speedway in another close motorcycle duel with Art Fredenburgh and, surprisingly, old pro Jon Sellers. The trio paraded across the open expert finish line in a near blanket finish. 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