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Pag2BThStaMinocrt Tuesday, August 25, 1881 Today in Baseball By Hie Associated Press Tuesday, August 2S On tbis date In baseball in 1967: Minnesota Twins ace Dean Chance Heed a no-hitter and beat the Cpeveland Indians 2-1. On this date in 1952: Virgil "Fire" Trucks of the Daughter engaged? Want to announce it? Classified Ads Bring Results rT'ttri ittttq r he eSSB Plan Hato fishing alone? Call Buddy at THE CHESAPEAKE HOUSE Tilghman 886-2123 ...for less than son you can enjoy a whole days' fishing with all bait & tackle furnished. ...for less than 50. per person you can enjoy the same days' fishing plus breakfast and a He Man box lunch. Meet some nice friends on The "Buddy" Plant - r.,. .' ..'...- . WW mmmrmmrmmwMkf';'mmss:rir) wiitw mKKi 1 it I W iluf ill piSliMSpliiS 1:1:1 t. .... '. ... ' ..... '. .-.- . i ... .. .'... .... ,. ' - ... .' .... ... '."".4iirtivi.'trriTirW).iWiiii;).rt, ntm oii-mm n. r ;,; si ' ft 1 f , Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigareite Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. Detroit Tigers hurled his second no-hitter of the season, blanking the New York Yankees 1-0 at Yankee Stadium. Today's Birthday: Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Rollle Fingers Is 35. 1 tpmaoBBaO Don't Forget The Mako ft Fishing Tournarnentl Call For Details Nautical Mark Sales Rt.M Easton, Md. a01-B22-10B $40. per per o 7 - ' &mm: :,giilS : B mm m Sports Summary Baseball Second Half of Seam AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST W L Pet OB Detroit 10 - 1 .700 - Milwaukee 0 0 .000 2 Baltimore 7 f .030 2 Toronto 7 0 .030 2 Boston 7 .030 1 x-New York 0,7 Ml 4 Cleveland S 10 .339 WEST Chicago I 0 .010 - I-Oakland 7 i 58S 'i Seattle 7 7 .900 1 Kantai City 0 H Calllornia 0 1 .417 2M Texaa 7 .417 It, Miniwnta 4 10 W x-Flrst-balf division winner Sunday's Games Chicago 13, Toronto 1 Detroit S, Texas 4 New York I, Kansas City 0 Milwaukee a, Minnesota i Cleveland 0, Calllornia 3 Baltimore 7, Oakland 4 Boston 7, Seattle 0 Monday's Games Texas at Toronto, 1 p.m. Kansas City at Detroit, ( p.m. Minnesota at New York, 0 p.m. Chicago at Milwaukee, 0:30 p.m. Boston at California. 10:30 p.m. Cleveland at Oakland, 10:30 p.m. Baltimore at Seattle, 10:33 p.m. Tuesday's Games Texas (Jenkins 4-0) at Toronto (Stoeb 0-I), I p.m. Cleveland (Barker 0-4) at Oakland (McCatty 8-5 , 4:30 p.m. Kansas City (Leonard 7-t) at Detroit (Mortis 0-4) , I p.m. Minnesota (Jackson 1-2) at New York (May 4-7), 0 p.m. Chicago (Lamp 4-1) at Milwaukee (Sutton 44), S:30 p.m. Boston (Eckersley 0-0) at California ItZahn 0-0), 10:30 p.m. Baltimore i rainier ai ovaiue iw bott 1-4). 10:30 p.m. Wednesday's Games Minnesota at New York, 0 p.m. Kansas City at Detroit, I p.m. Chicago at Milwaukee, 1:30 p.m. Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Pet. GB SI. Louis 7 4 .030 - New York . I I .015 Montreal 0 0 .900 l' Chicago 0 7 .403 1 Pittsburgh 0 t .420 2's x-PhUadelphia $ 7 .417 I1 west Atlanta o i .041 - Houston 7 0 .131 It X-Los Angeles 7 0 .530 1 San Francisco 7 4 , .530 ' IVi Cincinnati 0 0 .900 t San Diego 3 11 .214 I i-First-half division winner Sunday's Games Pittsburgh 0, San Diego 1 Atlanta 1, Montreal I New York 3. Cincinnati 2, 10 Innings St. Louis II, Lot Angeles 7 Chicago 0, San Francisco 0 Philadelphia 0, Houston 0 Moaday's Games Chicago 0, San Diego I Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7:30 pm. Lot Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 0 Cincinnati 2, New York 0 San Francisco at St. Louis, 0:35 p.m. Only games scheduled ' Tuesday's Games San Diego (Mura 3-10 or Lollar 1-0) at Chicago (Kravec 0-3), 2:39 p.m. Cincinnati (La Cost 24) at Mon- ; 70 - i- 0 7 : treal, (Sanderson 0-4), 7:30 p.m. Atlanta (Ntekro . M at (Esptnosa 2-5). 7:20 p.m. Lea Angeles (Goto 2-1) at Pittsburgh (Ttaot 0-2), 7:20 p.m. 1 Houston (Ryan 7-2) at New York (Harris 2-3), 0:00 p.m. ' Saa Prsncitce (Griffin M) at St Louis (Martin 4-1), 0:30 p.m. - Wednesday's Games ::: Les Angeles at Pittsburgh, 13:25 pm. San Francises at St Louts, 1:20 p ot. " Saa Diego at Chicago, 2:30 p.m. Cincinnati at Montreal, 7:20 p.m. Atlanta aT Philadelphia, 7:20 p.m. Houston at New York, t:00 p.m. BASEBALL'S TOPTEN By The Associated Press Baaed on 190 at Bats. ' NATIONAL LEAGUE ..O AB R H Pet. Madtoek Pgb , 58 104 22 SO .237 Dawson MU S3 341 43 OS .332 Rose Phi 07 272 43 00 J30 Guerrero LA 05 234 22 77 .320 Durham Chi 51 104 22 tt .320 Foster .Cm 00 202 45 01 .200 Brooks NY 01 221 21 02 JOS AHowe Htn 07 230 20 72 JOT Herndon SP 03 240 30 75 .300 Griffey Cin 03 240 20 70 .305 Home Runs Schmidt, Philadelphia, SO; Kingman, New York, 10; Dawson, Montreal, 17; Foster, Cincinnati, 10; Hendrtck, St Louis, 12. Runs Batted la Foster, Cincinnati, 50; Schmidt, Philadelphia, 50; Kingman, New York, .40; Buckner, Chicago, 45; Coneepckja, Cincinnati, 45. Pitching T7 Decisions) Rhodes, Pittsburgh, 7.1, .(75; Camp, Atlanta, 0-1, .057; Seaver, Cincinnati, 0-2, .000; Carlton, Philadelphia, 10-3, .700; Lyle, Philadelphia, 0-2, .750; Valerate, Los Angdea. 10-4, .714; r orach. St. Louis, 7-2, .700; Rysn, Houston, 7-2, .700; Reuse, Los Angeles, 7-2, .700. Footb-all ' Amerleaa Conttrence Eastern Division W, L T PF PA Pet Miami 2 0 0 75 47 1.000 New England 2 0 I 71 50 1.000 N.Y. Jets 2 I 0 00 52 .087 Buffalo 1 2 0 55 94 .333 Baltimore 0 3 0 47 97 .000 Central Division Cincinnati 3 1 0 75 01 .007 Cleveland 2 2 0 00 00 .500 Pittsburgh 1 2 0 00 01 .333 Houston 1 2 0C37" 04 .333 Western WvWorS Saa Diego .2 1 0 740e .007 Oakland 1 2 0 02 73. .233 Denver I 2 0 30 04 .333 Kansas City 1 2 0 20 32 .333 Seattle . 0 3 0 52 01 .000 National Cooler ence Eastara DivWoa Washington ' ,2 0 0 00 30 St. Louis 3 0 0 90 34 Philadelphia 3 I 0 12 40 N.Y. Giants 2 I 0 . 07 ', 01 Pallas 1 2 0 02 70 Central Division Green Bay 2 1 0 83 48 1.000 1.000 .007 .007 .007 .233 .232 .333 .333 .207 .007 .332 .290 Detroit I 2 Tampa Bay . I 2 Minnesota 12 Chicago I 2 0 00 75 0 00 50 0 20 00 0 21 57 Western Division SanFrancisco 2 1 0 70 New Orleans 2 1 0 50 Los Angeles 1 2 0 83 AUanU 1 2 0 00 Friday's Games San Diego S3, Lot Angeles 20 Saturday's Games New England 23, Oakland 21 1 Tampa Bay 27, Houston 17 - 00 01 mm 1 vTDKCT' w Cambridde 3 Miami 21, Detroit 27 Chicago 24, CUctsnati 21 Buffalo 31, Cleveland 30 N.Y. Jets 37, N.Y. Giants 24 . ? , Washington 13, Baltimore 7 St Louie M, Kansas City 2 . Saa Francisco 24, Seattle 7 Dallas 24, PRUbursfi 14, Minnesota 20, Atlanta 10 '. . 17, Grata Bay f uadty Oarae 20. New Orleans 7 Thursday's Gams at Los Angeles, 11 p.m. Friday's Games Baltimore at Seattle, 10:30 p.m. Buffalo at saa Diego, t p.m. Kansas City at Miami, g p.m. Tampa' Bay at Atlanta, 0:30 p.m. : i Saturday's Games Chicago at St Lotus, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Green Bay, S p.m. Denver at Clacmnati, 7 p.m. Detroit at New Orleans, 0 p.m. Houston at Dallas, 0 p.m. New York Giants at Pittsburgh, 0 p ro. Pttladelphia at New York Jets, 0 p.m. Saa Francises at Oakland, 0 p.m. . Sunday's Games - ' Washington at New England, 12:20 p.m. ... I , . Soccer Best4)f-Three Game One Saturday's Games Minnesota 3, Tulsa 1, Minnesota leads series 1- PorUand 2, Saa Diego 1, Portland leads series 1-0 Sunday's Games Chicago 2, Seattle 2, Chicago : series 1-0 Tampa Bay 4, Vancouver 1, leads Jacksonville 2. Atlanta 2, OT, Jackson-vUle leads aeries 1-0 Fort Lauderdale 3, Calgary L Fort Lauderdale leads series 1-0 Monday's Game : -. Lot Angeles at Montreal, 0 p.m. Game Two Tuesday's Game . Jacksonville at Atlanta, 7:30 pm. Wednesday's Games Calgary at Fort .Lauderdale, 0 p.m. Tulsa at Minnesota. 0 p.m. Portland at San Diego, 10:30 p.m. Chicago Ot Seattle, 10:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Vancouver 11 p.m. , Thursday's Game Montreal at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. 4 Game Three f s (If Necessary) ' Friday, August 20 Tampa Bay at Vancouver, 11 p.m. Saturday, August 20 Jacksonville at Atlanta, 7:20 p.m. . . . Sunday August M v Seattle at Chicago, 2:20 p.m. Tulsa at Mtonesota, 2 p.m. :; Montreal at Los Angeles, 0 p.m. Portland at 8an Diego, 10:20 p.m. s , Mtndsy, August 21 Fort Lauderdale at Calgary, 0:30 p.m. ' NOTE: The Cosmos received a bye In the first round for having the best record during the season. ; , r Transactions a ' Monday's Sports Transactions ',. By The Associated Pratt v , BASEBALL ' American League NEW ; YORK YANKEES Placed mm mips . r -MM'--, Tf . - ' ''.i:'f lOO's Onlv k 4jngtar l'lt'1 111. Cambridqe mnnn 9 .' 1 : 1 on'y ; ' Ua I J ; 1 tar PtnieUa, eutfletder. en the 15-day dHabled Uat Recalled Bobby Brown, outfielder, from Columbia of the International PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Recalled Mark Davis, pitcher, from Oklahoma Ctty of the American Association. Waived oa John Vukovtch, Uleider, tor the purpose af ghnnl htm aa unconditional release. FOOTBALL . National Football League CHICAGO BEARS Cut Frank Dttta, guard; Jeff Lea and Tom Donovan, wide receivers; Lonnie , Johnson, running back; Job Najarlan and Bob Shupryt, linebackers; Jon Hoke, quarterback, and Ryan Mullaney, defensive end. DENVER BRONCOS-Acqulred Wade M snnlng, wide - receiver-kick returnr specialist from the Buffalo Bills m exchange for -aa undisclosed future draft choice. Waived Alvta Lewis. DETROIT LIONS-Cut Andy Canoa-vtno, linebacker; Curtey Culp, defensive tackle; Eddie Lewis, snd Sam Johnson, defensive backs; Bob Nbtolek, tight end; Fred Kirkland, wide receiver, ' and John Spongier, piacekicker. Placed Ray Williams, kck returner, on the non-football injury reserve list. '' GREEN ' BAY PACKERS-Cut Tim Stokes, tackle; Larry Werts, linebacker; David Petway. safety; Rede Savlch, piacekicker, Melvln Hoover , and Eugene Byrd, wide receivers. HOUSTON OILERS Placed Art Stringer, linebacker, on the physically unable to perform list. Cut Charles CauflekL defensive back; Mike Lockler, tight and, and Rich Tomasellt, running back. Placed Delbert Fowler,' linebacker, and Larry Jones, running back, oa the injured reserve list. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS-Cut Charlie Ane, center; Jim Rourxe, tackle, and Brian Sullivan, punter. National Football League MIAMI DOLPHINS-Walved Brad Wright, quarterback; Sam Greene and John Noonsn, wide receivers; Mlkt Daum, offensive tackle; John Alford, defensive tackle; Thorn Dornbrook and Vince CoweU, guards; Ray Webb, defensive tackle; and Rodell Thomas, linebacker: Placed Doug Beaudoin, safety, on Injured waivers list NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS-Cut Rich CamarUlo and Ken Naber, punters; Terry Nelson, tight end; Don Jones, corner-back; Kyle Stevens, running back; Chy Davidson, kick returner; Craig Johnson, fullback; Steve McMichael, defensive tackle; Doug McDougald, defensive end, and Jimmy Stewart, defensive back. PITTSBURGH STEELERS Waived Robbie Martin, wide receiver-kick returner, Jim Ferrantl. and Curtis Henderson, wide . receivers; David Riley, running back;' and Rudy Phillips, guard. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Cut Rick Gervais, defensive back; Kevin Cole, running back; Henry Williams, wide receiver; Leo Bledennann, tackle, and Craig Anderson, guard. " TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Cut Rick Berns and Robert Thomas, running backs; Jeff Qulnn, quarterback; Frank Garcia, punter; Ricky Dealer, offensive tackle; Bo Taylor, wide receiver, and Aaron Brown, Mark Macek and Ted Vincent, linebackers. WASHINGTON -, REDSKINS Waived Fred Cook, defensive end; T. Allan Kennedy; and Ken Taylor, defensive back. SOCCER ' Major Indoor Soccer League TORONTO BLIZZARD Named Dave Turner coach for the 1081-82 season. COLLEGE -HOFSTRA Named Gerald Rtaberg .and Joe Haering assistant ' football coaches. LEHIGH Nsmed Jeff , Tipping , head soccer coach. ' WAGNER Named George Kochman men's track coach and Jim Grogan women's track coach. , , . . if : 1 i ; '

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