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r f BtftlLDOa 1M The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat,, Jnw 3», FAN FARE Walt Ditzen Card cnal Thursday box scores f National League LOS • Uhser cf , Luzlnskl tf MAndrsn rf .Hutton Ib • Schmidt 3b Boons c fiotoo sr. Lonborp o PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK _ ob r h bt ob r h bl Bovle 2b 4111 WGorrell 3b 5 0 3 1 Rodrnskl rt 4210 Mlllon 2b 4 vc-e- 5222 Stnub rt 4130 4011 Mllner Ib 4000 1100 Kronpool If 5011 5 .1 4 4 Gosadr cl 4510 5110 Hodges c 4022 4000 TMarlinz ss 4000 4122 McAndrw p I 0 I 0 4010 Boswell ph 1000 Hennlaan n 0 0 0 o Beaucho ph 1000 McGraw p 0000 Theodore ph 1000 Sadeckl p 0000 • Tolol 40~ri7f<) Total 3^4 ll~4 ' PmiotftipMa 121010401-n New Vert . 10J 000 010- 4 E—Unser, Boone, Mlllan. T.Martinez, Milner. DP—New York 2. LOB-Phila- delphla 7, New York 11. 28—Schmidt, Stdub 2, Hodaes, W.Garrelt 2, Unser, Hut- Ion, Bowa. HR—Unser (7), Hutton. 2 (4). SB—Doyle, S—Doyle. IP H Ultbora (W,«-ii> » II- McAndrew (L,3-6) 4 d Henniaan 2 1 McGraw 2 4 ''Sadccki 1 2 , T-2M2. A-9,965. ib w Da vis ef Cey 3b „ WCrwfrd rf Garvey Ib Russell ss Joshua I/ Paclorek If Cannlzzro c ~' laser c _hn p Jrewer p .'etpedlnoph Hough p Total 4020 PaVanen 2b 0 098 30] 0 £lnson If .. < 0.0.0. S 523 5001 MS? 1 K ar* r rf' vans 3b .. HAaren If 411 aJahnin 2b 4 1110 Lum 1b 4 5131 casenova e 2800 MPertt ss 2111 Reed p 3 0 1 1 Hoerner o 1011 Gogsin Ph 3010 Freeman p 0 0 6 Q Panther p 1000 Mete ph 1000 42 I 17 I Total 33 3 I 3 ra«i=) leoll »..'-M«ltoi .-. .- f -. ils 1. LOB—Chicago 4, Cal E-M Calfern.. .. .. ». JB—Alvarado. SB-. E—DaJohnson. DP—Los Angeles 2, At' ' '.OB-Los Angeles 11/ Al '.Crawford. _.. J.OO* L0B—'LprAnseTes 11," Alanta ». - ^John. - Stone (W.3-3) O 1, ornls R ER BB SO 4445 5515 1110 4320 1100 2B—W.Davis, W.Crawfon Lopes, Lum. SB—Lopes. ' John (W,»-3) 's Brewer R°eed h (L,4.|0) Hoerner Freeman Panther 3B— FIRST GAME LOS ANGELES ATLANTA ab r h bl ab r h bt 5030 SJackson is 4110 5031 Lum. II 4111 4000 Evans 3b 3111 5000 Baker ct '3001 3110 Garr rf 3000 3010 DaJohnsn 2b 2 0 0 0 Lopes 2b Buckner Ib i-.Mota If WOavIs cf 'C<Sv 3b WCrwfrd rt Russell ss k Yeager c •'"•Joshua ph ' ; Cannizzro c ' . Mssrslh p 1 „ Lacv oh i •, Rau p Garvev ph , Richer! p 3010 Tcpedino 3000 Dales c 0001 PNickro D 0000 Panther p 2000 Hoerner p 1110 Frlsella p 0000 1000 • 0000 tb 3000 3000 •3000 0000 0000 0000 < Tolol 35 2 10 2 Tolol 28 3 3 3 Los Angeles ooo ooo no- 2 Atlanta 101 000 Olx— 3 E—Garr, Russell, Panther. LOB—Los Angeles 12, Atlanta 4. 28—Buckner, Cev. HR—Lum (6), SF—Joshua. Evans (18). S—Russell. Messrsmth Rau Richer! (L,l-l) ' P.Niekro Panther (W,l-9) Hoerner . Frlsella . Save—Frisella («) • H R ER BB SO 6 22124 1 00011 1 1 1 1 . 0 '1 7 82244 11-32 0 0 0 0 1-300000 '1-3 00000 PB—Ootes. T—2:30. Vasquez pitches 1-hitter Comer Construction's Jerry Vasquez gave up a leadoff single to the first L. L. Smith batter of the game, then held them hitless the rest of the game in a 9-0 American Legion baseball win Thursday night. The game was called after five innings. Vasquez fanned 10 and drew support .from a bases-loaded double by Jim Poole and a two-run home run by Jack Taylor. Dave Lyons pitched a two- hitter for S c o 11 s d a 1 e and needed it in a 3-2 defeat of Chris-Town. Losing pitcher Boyd Conner permitted just three hits in the loss, Lyons struck out 13. 1,, Ed Foster whiffed 17 but lost as Bashas nipped Casa 3?<5rande, 4-3. Ruben Montano $p()tched a six-hitter for the ,«$win and belted a home run. f ike Kirkland also homered r the winners. § : Sanderson downed Sunnys- ope No. 75, 7-5. Vince Kelleh- rer Bob Homer and Ed ffSprague had two hits apiece ; '$for the winners andTimSte- ; Shower and Monte Cole had Hwo each for Sunnyslope. Mansion's nipped Rol-Tech, 6, in nine innings. Steve Cus- r socked a three-run home m in the ninth for the win- lining runs. Robert Carrillo f nabbed the win in relief. Oz; gzie Virgil had the big hit for the losers, a two-run double. .. Save— Hough by Hougl (Garr) 2 2 I 1 0° 0° 0° \ 21-38 4 4 0 2 2-300020 51-36 3 2 1 3 2-331 100 (1). HBP —by John ih (H.Aaron). T-2:32. FIRST GAME MONTREAL CHICAGO ob r h bt ab r n b! Hunt 2b 6031 Mondav cf 5120 Mashore If 3000 Kesslnuer ss t 0 0 0 Jorgensn If 5020 Bonhairi p 1000 Woods cf 6010 Burris p 0 0 O'O TWalk.er p 0000 AGarrett ph 1000 Scott p 0000 Hoolon p 0000 PJarvis p 0000 BWillams If 6010 Stinson ph 1000 Bourque II) 4111 Sloncman p 0 1 0 0 Hlckman Ib 3010 HBreeden Ib 7 o 0 0 Santo 3b 7232 Bailev 3b 6243 Hiser rf 8000 Sinaleton rf « 2 1 ,1 Hundlev c 4010 Bbccobllo c 8020 CJomes, pr 0000 Foil ss 3010 Rudolph c 4000 Foirlv Ph 0000 Popovich 2b 8 0 4 0 Frios ss 4000 Guro p 2000 Torre? p 3010 Akor p 1000 Humphry ph 1 0 0 0 LaRoche n 0000 MMarshil p 0000 Cardenal ph 1000 Day cf 3000 Locker p 0000 Beckcrl 2b 4000 Total MS 15 5 Tolal 45 4 13 3 EXPOS 000 000 101 000 100 001- J Cubs 100 001 001 000 100 000— 4 E—Locker. DP—Montreal 2, Chicano.5. LOB—Montreal 12, Chicago.14. 2B—Sanlo, Popovich, Jorgensen. HR—Bourque (6), Bailev 2 C12), Slnflleton (8), Sanlo 2 (10). IP H RER.BB5O Torrez 8 4 M.Marshall t 3 T.Walker 1-32 Scott 1-3 0 PJarvis 21-3 Stoneman (Wi3-4) Gura Aker LaRoche LodVer' ; Bonham Burris Hooton (L.8-5) 1 3 21-3 3 2-3 I 3 3 3 2 WP-Torrez 2, T—4:50. SECOND GAME MONTREAL CHICAGO ab r h bi ab r h bl Hunt 2b 4010 Mondav cf 4223 Dav cl 3121 Bcckert 2b 3000 Woods cf 1000 BWillams If 2000 Falrlv If 4030 Hlscr If 1000 Singleton rf 4000 Bouraue Ib 4000 Jorgensn Ib 4000 Sanlo 3b 4010 Bailev 3b 4121 Cardenal' rf 3110 Foli ss 3000 Hundlev c 3011 Humphry c 3010 Kessinger ss 2 0 0 0 Renko.p 3000 LaRoche p 0000 Pappas p 2000 AGarrett ph 1 1 1 0 Tolal 33 2 9 2 Total 29 4 6 4 Montreal 010 001 000— 2 .Chicago 001 100 20»- 4 DP— Montreal 1, Chicago. 2. LOB— Mon- Chicago. 5. 2B— Cardenal, Hun(13), Monday 2 (18), treal 4, dlev. HR— Boilev Day (3). Rcnko.(L,6-5) Pappas (W.5-5) LaRoche IP g 7 2 Save— LaRoche (3). T- H RER BB SO 64443 92201 00000 -2:12. A-17,617. SAN FRANCISCO ob r h bi Fuciiles 2b 5010 Thomaiii rf Maddox cf Goodson 3b Matthews If Speier ss Kingman Ib DvRader c Ban p HOUSTON - Agee rf 5031 Monger ss 5120 Cedcno cl 5010 Watson If 5031 LMay Ib 4000 DgRader 3b 4010 Helms 2b 4000 Julze c 4110 DaRobrls p JRav p Wynn ph . ah r h b.' 5000 4010 4000 4010 4111 4000 4010 3020 3000 0000 1000 Totdl 41 2 12 2 Total 36 1 4 1 SonFroncuco ooo 000 100 1— 1 Houilon 0000001000-1 LOB— SanFrancisco.10, Houston 6. 3B— Thomasson, Matthews. HR—L.Mov (10! IP H RERBBSO Barr (W.6-7) 10 61112 DaRoberls (L,7-5) 92-312 2219 J.Rav 1-300000 WP—DaRoberts. T—2:16. A—20,046. ST LOUIS PITTSBURGH ab f h hi ob r h bl Brock If 4010 Clines rf 5220 Sizemorc 2b 4000 Sanguilln c 4120 Torre 3b 4000 AOIIver ct 504 3 Simmons c 4000 Stargell It 2112 Mr Ci vr Ib 4000 Davalillo If 1000 JCtuz rf 3000 Hebner 3b 4000 Dwver cf 3020 BRobrlsn Ih 4000 Tv..on iG 3010 Stennett 2b 4130 Wise p 2000 Alley VS 2110 Hirjboskv n 0000 Ellis p 4010 Carho.ph 1010 Pena p 0000 Total St. Lou* Pittsburgh E-Stennett, Pillsburoh 1. 32 0 5 0 Tolol 35 6 14 5 000 000 000— 0 201 01] OOX- « Wise. DP-SI. Louis 2, LOB-St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 10. 2B-A.Oliver 2, Slennell. 3B — A.Oliver. HR—Slaroell (23). SB—Sanouil Icn. S-Sanouillen, Alley. IP H Wise (L,9-.|) Hrabosky Pena Ellis (W.7-7) T—2:14. A—34,471, 5 2-3 12 1 1-3 1 1 1 9 5 R ER BB SO 6624 0012 0000 0005 angers pick up -fehree draftees * ARLINGTON, Tex. (AP) - Jhe Texas Bangers of the .merican League Thursday flffigned their second round ^ | free agent draft choice, 17\||year-old pitcher Richard I pgchubert of Astoria, N.Y. !*# The Rangers also signed I UNO. 5 pick, shortstop Ken 'Pape of the University of {Texas. Schubert is a 6-foot-3, 210- tpounder who had a 27-4 re- iord in three years at Bryant [jgh School. The lefthander itruck out 222 in 119 innings iring his career and com- liled an 0.62 earned run aver;***« Pape, 3), is a 5-11, W5- pounder from San Antonio who batted .308 .at Texas his ienior year. Outfielder Rudy Jaramillo, of the University of Texas, ' and the Rangers' 29th choice, was another signee. JAN DIEGO CINCINNATI ab r h bl an r h bl Anderson ss S 0 1 0 Rose It J 1 J 0 JMorales rf 5 0 1 0 Morgon 7b J 0 1 1 DiVRobrl 3b S 2 2 0 Driesscn 3b Colbert Ib 5233 TPnrez Ib Gaslon rl 5111 Tolan cf Winlielcl If 4111 StaM rf Coirales c 4010 King c RMoroles 2b '! 0 0 0 Concepcn si Kirbv p 4021 Gullet! D Borbon D Gagliano nti MGlothln B Kosco ph 0 0 0 4000 3010 :i n i o 3000 3000' i o o a 0000 1000 0000' 1000 Total 39 6 12 6 Total 31 I 6 I San Die«o 010)00200- < Cincinnati 000 000 001- I E— T.Perez. DP— San Diego 2, Cincinnati 1. LOB— San Diego 8, Cincinnati 3. 2B-DwRoberts, Martian. HR— Gaslon (6), Kirtav (W,J-8) Gulletl (L.7-7) Borbon McGlolhlin WP-Klrby, 15,756, IP H 9 6 32-3 5 21-33 3 4 R ER BB SO 1104 4 3 1 3 0 0 1 0 2201 PB— King. T— 2:28. A— American League Short Chomplon Gardner (L.0-1) Linzv M.Lollch BMillfr (W,l-0> Hiller Sove-Hiiler (IS). 3:03. A—15,155. CHICAGO Jel«r Sh «nj •Wft CALIFOUNIA ' 1-3 5 22-3 1 NEW YORK BALTIMORE ob r h bt ob r h bi Clarke 2B 4010 Reltenmd rf 4 1 0 0 White If 3000 Grlch 2b 3211 MAlou Ib 4120 Blolr ct 4220 Murcer cf 4000 TDavIs dh 3021 Blomberg dh 2 1 1 0 EWIIIams Ib 3 0 0 1 Hart dh 2000 Baylor If 3 0 1.2 GNettles 3b 4021 BRoblnsn 3b 3000 Calllson rt 2011 Etchebrn c 4010 FAlou Ib 2000 Belanfler ss 1 100 Munson c 4121 Jefferson o 0000 Michael ss 4000 GJackson p 0 0 0 0 McDowell p 0000. McDaniel p 0000 Total 35111 Total 28 4 ~7 S Ntw York 000 200 100- 3 Baltimore , MS 001 02x- • E—Calllson. OP—New York 1, Baltimore 1. LOB—Nev/ York 7, Baltimore 5. 3B —Baylor. HR—Munson (11). SB—Munson. SF-^Bavlor. McDowell (L,2-l) 7 6 McDaniel 1 1 Jetterson 4 2-3 7 G.Jackson (W.4.0) 41-3 2 T—2:07. A—26,012. wins /or Cubs CHICAGO (AP) - Jose Cardenal's single with the bases loaded in the last of the 10th inning gave the Chicago Cubs a 4-3 victory over the New York Mets Friday. Don Kessinger opened the Cubs* 10th with a single and took second when pinch - hitter Billy Williams walked. Another walk to Rick Monday tilled the bases and then reliever Tug McGraw got Glertn Beckert to hit into a force play at the plate. But Cardenal followed with his single to left that scored Williams. Gene Hiser's home run, his first in the ntojors, tied the game for the Cubs with two out in the ninth and sent it into extra innings. , Ken Boswell, pinch hitting for Mets' starting pitcher Tom Seaver, homered in the eighth to make it 2-2, but John Milner put the Mets ahead in the top of the ninth with his 10th home run of the season. The Cubs got off to a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Monday walked, stole second and scored on rookie Pat Bourque's two - out single. The Mets tied it in the sixth on a run - scoring single by Rusty Staub, but Chicago got it back in the seventh with a home run by Adrian Garrett. NEW YORK ob r h b? CHICAGO ab r h hi R ER BB SO 4331 22-30 2213 1110 FIRST GAME CLEVELAND BOSTON ob r h bl Lowcnstn 3b 4 0 1 0 RMIIIer rt Gamble rf 3100 RSmlth cf 1000 Flsk c 3110 Ystrmski If 3113 Haroer pr 3000 Cepcda dh ob r h bl 3110 4031 i 0 0 0 4010 0000 4000 4000 Pelrocelli 3b 3| 1 J 1 2000 Cater Ib 4 0 1 0 4 1 1 0-Aparlclo.ss 3000 3010 Guerrero 2b 3000 0000 Gulp p 0 0 0 0 0000 Newhasr p 0000 Total 32 2 7 2 2 3 t 2 4 ft 1 1 Culn RTorres rf Hendrlck cf Ellis dh Spikes If Chmbllss Ib Duncan c Brohamr 2b Cardenas ss Tidrow -p Tlmermn p Total Cleveland • n«lnn HR-Petroc«lli no,.^^ Tidrow (W.5-8) 1 4 2 2 Timermn 2 3 0 « Culp (L,l-3) 7 1-3 4 4 3 Newhauser 12-3 10 o Savo—Timermn (21. HBP—bv (Hsndrick), bv Newhauser (Duncan), i — 2:42. ' SECOND GAME CLEVELAND BOSTON ab r h bl nb r h bl Lowensln 3b 4 I 2 0 Harper It .6121 WWillms ph t 0 0 0 Aporlcio ss 3321 Gamble dh 3010 Guerrero ss 1001 RLollch dh 2000 RSmith ct 2212 Hcndrick cf -4 0 I 2 DEvans rf 2020 Ellis c 5230 Cepeda dh 5121 Spikes If 4220 Ogllvle dh 1000 Chmbliss Ib 3132 Petrocelli 3b 20 1 1 Brohamr 2b 2011 BHunter 3b 1000 Rowland 2b 2000 Cater Ib 4222 RTorres rt 4000 RMiller rf 4321 Duffv ss 4110 Mntgmrv c 5334 Bosnian p 0000 JKennedv 2b 3 1 2 2 Lamb p 0000 Paltin p 0000 Kekich p 0000 Mofcl p 0000 JJohnsn p 0000 Total 38 7 15 5 Total 39 16 19 16 Cleveland 020 110 Oil— 7 Boston 210 404 03X-U , E—Dutfv, Hendrick. DP—Cleveland 1, Boston 2. LOB—Cleveland 6. Boston 9. 2B—Spikes, J.Kennedy, Lowenstcin, Asa- ricio, Cater, R.Miller, Dully. 3B—Monl- gomry. HR—R.Smith (8). SB—Lowenstein. SF—Cater, Hendrick, J.Kennedy, Guerrero. If H R ER BB SO 3 H 5 4 2 0 21-35 A 6 3 1 12-32 2 2 I 1 1 43311 5 '74402, 4 7 .1 3 I 4 Hohn cl 5100 Monday cf 3100 Millar, 2b 4 0 2 .0 Becker! 2b 5020 WGarreff 3b 4010 Cardenol rf 5031 Slaub rf 4021 Bourque Ib 4011 Kronpool If 4000 Sanlo 3b 4000 Gosger If 0000 AGarrell If 3111 Theodore If 0000 Hiser II 1111 Mllner Ib 5121 Hundley c 4010 Hodges c 4010 Kessinger ss 4 o 1 0 TMartinz 35 4010 Reuchel p 3000 Seover 0 2010 Aker D 0000 Boswell ph 1111 Burns D 0000 Copra p 0000 LoRoche p 0000 McGraw p 0000 BWIIIams ph 0 7 0 0 Total 37 3 11 3 Total' 36 4 10 4 One out when winning run scored., New York 000 001 Oil 0- 3 Chicago 100 000 101 1- 4 DP— New York 1, Chicago. 2. LOB— New York 9, Chicago. 7. 2B— Slaub. HR — A.Gorrett (2), Boswell (2), Milner (10), Hiser (1). SB— Monday T.Martinez. S— Theodore. IP 7 2 1-3 72-3 2-3 2-3 Seover Copra (L,0-2) McGrow Reuschel Aker Burris LaRoche (W.3-0) WP—Seaver. T- 1 •3:01. A-22,293. Sports camp ,set Applications are now being taken for the baseball portion of the 12th annual Arizona Sports Camp July 30-Aug. 4 at Yavpai College in Prescptt. Arizona State coach Jim Brock and his sfaff, and Central coach Bob Ruman will conduct the baseball sessions, open for any high school or elementary student. Information can be obtained by calling 965-3677 or Bill McDermott at 959-0729. Bosnian (L.2-1) Lamb Kekich J.Johnson Pattin (W,8-») Morel Save—Moret (1). A-15,139. KANSAS CITY Pateksj • Hopkins ph F.Whltesj Rolas 2b Otis cf CI WP—Pattin 2. T—3;03. OAKLAND Mayberrv Ib Plnlella If Schaal 3b Bevqua dh McRae rf Healv c Busby p Totill 4010 4110 2000 Tenace Ib 3001 Rudl If 3000 Manaual If 3000 Fosse c 2000 Tetrlllo 2b 3111 Bluep 0000 Fingers p 21 1 3 1 Totals 2010 2100 3011 0000 0000 17 1 4 1 Kansii City Oakland E— Patek, F. White. DP— Kansas City 1, Oakland 2. LOB— Kansas City 2, Oakland 4. HR-Healy (2). SB-Otis, Mangual. S— Rudl. SF— Campanerls. Busby (L.44) B 6332 ----- *...'.-_.' 7% 3 2 2 3 l'/a 0 0 0 0 (7). WP-BIUf 2. Blue (W.7-3) Finge/s Save—Flngert 1 MINNESOTA ab r h bt Carew 2b Terrell is Ollva dh Darwin rf Broun 3b Hisle' cf Lis Ib Mltterwld c Holt it RWootlin n TEXAS ob r hbl 5121 DNelson 2b 4010 4 00 1 Horrah ss 2000 4 0 1 0- AJohnsn dh 3 00 0 4000 Cartv It 4010 3120 Spencer Ib 4 0 .1 0 3111 Burrughs rf 301 04010 Harris 3b 2000 3010 Billings c 3010 4110 Modoox ct 3000 0000 Rroberg p -0000 East Tennessee names Frazier JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) — Roy Frazier is the new East Tennessee State University football coach. Frazier's appointment was announced Friday by President D. P. Gulp. He succeeds John Robert Bell, who resigned last week. It was also announced Friday that Madison Brooks, long-time East Tennessee State basketball coach, had resigned to devote full time to his job as athletic director. Chicago White Sox* Pat Kelly dives back to second after rounding it for third on hit by Dick Allen in AiMClattd Preti Thursday night's game. Attempting the putout is California Angels' Sandy Alomar. Chisox won, 2-0. Toros belt Angels Pa s e ' s ratties for 4 ' 3 win ': d? Paop's Raiders r.ame tin enth won for Luke Air For Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY — For- two solo homers, but never was in trouble. Chico Vaughns hit his 12th homer of the mer Oakland A's pitcher Chuck Dobson allowed five hits and Larry Haney hit a grand slam homer as Tucson clobbered Salt Lake, 8-2, in Pacific Coast League baseball Thursday night. Dobson and Don Rose dueled through five innings with each team scoring once. Then Tucson broke loose in the sixth. year and Craig Robinson added his third. Tacoma Eugene Tucson Salt Lake OOrOOA AID—a 14 3 010 000 001-3 5 1 Cardenal, R ER BB SO Dobson and Hsnev; Rose, Washburn -(6) and Sands. W—Dobson (5-7); L— Rose (2-8). HR—Tucson, Haney (2), Ford (5). T-2:30. A—1,432, Tacoma spurts EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Tacoma 's Twins overtook the Eugene Emeralds in the third inning and were never again threatened Thursday night as they won an 8-4 Pacific Coast League baseball victory. Winning pitcher Vic Alberry gave up five hits, including Kerr power Pizza club Kerr Sporting Goods pounded out five doubles, Rick Sny. der slugged a two-run homeland Al Hickman scattered four hits in a 5-1 Nonpro baseball victory over' Village Inn Pizza Thursday night. Friday's games, both started at 1:45 with Crown Vacuum vs. River Tavern Twins, Camelback High; Coolidge vs. Mexican Imports, Coronado Park. Mary Porter 1st in LPGA test Special to The Republic ATLANTA - Mary B. Porter, Arizona State University's top-ranked womans golfer this season, shot a final. round 78 for a 78-74-78-230 54-hole total to lead roster qualifying for the Lady's Professional Golfers Association on the par-73 Indian Hills Country Club Course Thursday. Total 34 4 » 3 Total 28 0 S 0 Minnesota 001 200 000— 4 Texas 000 000 000— 0 E—Brobera. DP—Minnesota 2. Texas 1. LOB—Minnesota '/, Texas 5. 2B—Carew, Brawn 1, Billlnss. SB—Harris, Carew, Hisie. S—Harrah, Terrell. IP H R ER BB 50 RWoodsn (W.7-4) 1 50032 Brobera U,-l-6) 9 94434 WP-Brobers/ R.Woodson. T-2.-I2. A— Top Ten Based on 125 at Bats. Flyer Club**™ Mota LA Unser Phi Witson Htn Maddox SF Goodson SF Torre StL Hutton Phi Cedeno Htn Fairly Mon » ... Matthews SF M 218 Starjell, PlltsbSrsfc, "* lanta, 19; Bonds, ... Evans, Atlanta, 17; Monday. .312 itargell, Plitsburjh, "227 H.A.aron, At. ta, 19; Bond», . SanFi rincijco, Chicago, MILWAUKES DETROIT ob r h bl ab r h bl TJohnson s> J 1 1 0 MStcmle, ct 4100 A'.onev 3b 4130 TTaylor 20 3111 DMov cl 5221 Kaline Ib 3210 OIBrov/n dh 5123 WHorlon if 4023 Scott Ib 4011 FHowci'O ah 3010 EtRoigt; « 4 1 1 0 r.'Ai-nile di- 2 0 1 1 Briggs H 4011 Sims c 4110 Coluccio rf 4:0 1 0 Sharon rf 2110 Garcia 2b 4000 Casl. Ib 3000 Short o 0000 ARodrge; ^n 4 I 2 1 ChmD'On 0 0000 EBinkmn is 4 1 1 2 Goiclner p 0000 /^'Lolich D 0000 uniy p 0000 B'V.iller o 0 C 0 0 Hiller p 0000 Tolal 3?Tl2 i Total 35 8 11 8 MilWQUkll ' 000-320 100— i Petrol! 100 400 0)X- I E-Monev. LOB—Milwaukee 7, Detroit 10. 2B-Kaline, EIRdr&ez, Briggs, Sims, A.Rodriguez, E.Brinkmon, OIBrown. 38 — T.Tavlor. HR—D.Moy (13). OIBrown (5). S-W.Horton. IP H R ER BB SO 4 75524 22-3 1 0 0 2 3 1 13321 1-320000 41-31 5 5 1 ( 32-3 3 1 1 0 C 1 • 1 <: 0 0 ' rgtll, Pills- SI; Fergu Bench, burjh, 52; Watson, Houston, 51; Ferguson, Los Anseles, 49; Bond*, $anFran- Cisco, 49. Pitching (t pecilfni. Brett, Philadelphia, 7-2, .771; Osteen, Los Angeles, 10-3, .769; WIs, St. Louis, 93, .750; Tvrftchell, Philadelphia. 4-2, .750; McAnally, Montrea. 5-2, .714; Parker, New York, «, .714; Bryant, ' ~ Cisco, J2-5, .704; Jhn, • - •.700. 6ry«nrr SinFrian- Lot Ansel**, 7-3, P ayer Clu B omberg NY W.Horlon Det Carew Win Blair AMfRICAN ub G Mayberry, ^ ri .... ... Oakland, 61; Murcer. New Melton, Chlcuo/ 44; Darwin Excitement a mile high. Horse racing this weekend! $it, and Sun, Fir*tpo«H;30p,m, Great thoroughbred «n<) quarter horse racing on Saturday* ind Sundays this summer at cool, delightful Preseott Downi. Rognd-trip bus service each racing day departs 1st St. 4 Yin Buren at 10:30 i,m, ind 309 Bowl (l?th Avf, i Nthany) it 11, 14 fir« include* admission ind program, WP-Chgiiipion. T- 1000 City, Cool PrescoM Downs Prtficgtt, Arizona 003 020 300-B 12 0 100 020 100-4 5 1 Alberrv and Dorgmann; Hernalz, Stephenson (S). Wallace (7), Rlbanl (8) and. Cox. W-Alberry_ (5-6). L-Hernaz Page's Raiders came up with two runs in the top of the seventh to nick Schaefer & Smith, 4-3, in Metro softball play Thursday night. Gil Aragon pitched the win with benefit of just four strikeouts, but only walked /one. Bill Crum led hitting with two RBI singles. Mike mer in Thomas' -leadoff ho- the bottom of the sev- (6-10). HR—Eugene, ghns (12). T-2:36. Robinson (3), Vau- A—1,314. Spokane Hawaii 001 321 020 101 000 000 5-15 21 ) 0—10 18 4 Hennlnger, Bollck 2, Shields 4, Janeski 6 and Fahey; Splllner, Lopez 5, Hardy 6, Coloaert a, Chlups* 13 and Hodge, Hialt 9. W—Janeskl, 5-2. L— Colpaert, 0-1.. HR—Spokane,. Castle_2. Hawaii, 4:16. A- Donaldson •4,238. 7, Marshal 1. T- Sandeites, Blues win Karen Williams drove in winning pitcher Vera Braco- mente in the llth inning Thursday night to lift the Phoenix Sandettes to a 9-8 Copperstate softball victory over the Phoenix Rainbows at Crockett Field. In the night's other contest, Nancy Funari stroked a pair •of hits, one a two - run double, to lead the Phoenix Blues past the Mesa Cactus Wrens, 7-1. Nichols victor SAN JOSE, Calif. —Bruce Nichols of Phoenix reached quarter-final round of the California State Junior tennis Championship Thursday by defeating Jeremy Cohen of Beachwood, Ohio, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1. Nichols will play Colin'Nu- nez at 9 a.m. today in the quarterfinal match. enth won for Luke Air Force Base, 8-7, over North Phoenix Baptist after the Airmen had been tied with four Baptist runs in the top of the inning. Golf in the Pines. The beautiful new/' , Pinetop Lakes Country Club is open to the public on a temporary basis. We invite you to come up for some great^olf in the cool, scenic White Mountains. ' l'/2 miles south of Pinetop, on Highway 1 73. Oran Love, golf pro. Kolovrat loses in Vegas bout c5 • LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Unbeaten Rocky DiFazio, 147 of Chicago, scored a third round knockout over Frankie Kolovrat, 148, Tucson, in a scheduled 10 - round fight. It was the ninth straight win for DiFazio and the fifth loss for Kolovrat against 17 wins. A short left hook got Kolovrat in a neutral corner for the count 40 seconds into the third round. Live better for less! 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