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1 ? DETROIT FREE PRESSSUNDAY, AUG. 26, 1984 5D f-r- Front-runners oo easy a time T7TT having t t 4 I Peter V'l bassball LaMarr Hoyt: Ron Kittle: Danny Darwin: Steve Balboni;' A pitching bust A hitting bust Off to Padres? Mr. Strikeout ; were 42-7 after the All-Star break last year) were 9-13 going into the weekend this year. The big bats Greg Luzinski, Carlton Flsk, Ron (.216) Kittle were down 14 homers and 54 RBIs. The speed Julio Cruz, Rudy Law were down 40 stolen bases. . Enough said. However, manager Tony LaRussa this week claimed that "Hoyt is within two or three pounds of his weight when he went 13-0 in the second half last year," then added, "He can't continue to pitch with that weight and hope for longevity." The Cubs started talking earnestly this week with the Pirates about trying to acquire one of their left-handed pitchers, and Dallas Green's assistant, Charlie Fox, reported that they'd "made progress." The speculation has centered on either John Tudor, Larry Mc Williams and John Candelarla for BOSTON Is there only one pennant race left? With all due respect, to the Twins and the five-game lead they carried into the weekend, one wonders if the other contenders in that division aren't resigning before Labor. Day. The Angels were so dead in New York that not only was Reggie Jackson the only player to shake Jim Slaton's hand when he left Wednesday's game with a lead, but pitching coach Marcel Lachemann was the only person to run out to congratulate Don Aase on the save. "When they get behind," says former teammate Don Baylor, "you can tell they aren't going to come back." Veterans such as Doug DeClnces, Fred Lynn, Bobby Grlch, et. al., simply have never come to life, and they seem to take the approach that the pennant an outfielder who would be sent at the end of the season. . . . The Rangers are shopping pitchers Danny Darwin and Dave Stewart, and San Diego is interested in Darwin The White Sox have been trying to put together a mega-package to pry Bruce Sutter loose from the Cardinals, then try to sign him, but indications remain that the Cardinals strongly want to re-sign the great relief pitcher. ... Whltey Herzog says Wrigley Field "is the most unfair park in baseball. I'd rather manage in Fenway Park. In Wrigley, you never know what kind of game you're going to have. It all depends on which way the wind is blowing." Royals first baseman Steve Bal-boni's series in Boston (Aug. 20-22) was 0-for-ll with nine straight strikeouts, and in the at-bat before he started his strikeout binge, he hit into a double race is as important as an All-Star Game. Without a front-line veteran starting pitcher, the Royals have stayed in the race with Dan Quisenberry's but George Brett's torn left hamstring makes their Job virtually impossible. .They seem to be the one team with a chance, as they have a home-and-home series with the Twins over Labor Day. As for the White Sox, it isn't attitude, it's simply lack of production. The Big Three of LaMarr Hoyt, Richard Dotson and Floyd Bannister (who play. That was the opposite of Gorman Thomas' Fenway Park series in 1975. Thomas tied the old record by striking out eight straight times, then ended the skein by hitting into a double play and, for so doing, received a standing ovation. Four pitchers have struck out in more consecutive at-bats than the nine of Balboni and former Cubs center fielder Adolpho Phillips: Sandy Koufax (12), Dean Chance (11), Joe Grzenda (10) and Doug Sisk (10). In the 11 at-bats, Balboni swung and missed at pitches 20 times. : ; The sleeper in the AI Oliver deal is Renie Martin, the right-handed pitcher the Giants are sending to the Phillies. Martin was optioned by the Giants to Phoenix in June, but San Fransisco didn't realize that they had to get reverse waivers to get him back, which they couldn't get. ' 1 mm an GIjDU 8(gI7tilo)L0)c!lD,CoI mmm ma Roster vacancy should be filled by Seattle series NFL pre-season sports on television radio National Conference chatter Help on the way: With inflelder Tom Brookens on the CENTRAL DIVISION W L T PF PA Detroit 2 2 0 72 89 Tamps Bay 2 2 0 72 120 Green Bay l 2 0 58 68 Minnesota 1 3 0 54 97 Chicago 0 3 0 37 61 EASTERN DIVISION W L T PF PA St. Louis 3 1 0 71 37 Dallas 2 1 0 65 50 NY Giants 2 1 0 88 60 Philadelphia 2 2 0 82 66 Washington 2 2 0 77 74 WESTERN DIVISION W L T PF PA New Orleans 3 1 0 105 74 LA Rams 2 2 0 94 80 San Francisco 2 2 0 65 73 Atlanta 1 3 0 92 113 disabled list until Sept. 3, the Tigers remain one under the 25' player limit. The team is expected to fill the roster spot probably with a pitcher by Monday. The Tigers open a three-game series Tuesday in Seattle. Brookens' pulled hamstring didn't stop him from participating in a Dairy Night cow milking contest before Friday night's televisiontoday 11:30 a.m. O Sportsweekend: Auto Racing, Formula One Dutch Grand Prix from Zandvoort, Netherlands. 12:30 p.m. Q Lion's Lockerroom. 1:00 p.m. OQ03M(D()(D(n)6B NFL Pre-season Football: Buffalo vs. Chicago at Indianapolis. 1:00 p.m. (S O GS Baseball: San Diego at Montreal. 1:00 p.m. lESENJ Tennis: Canadian Open Finals. 1:30 p.m. j WQRI Baseball: San Francisco at New York. 1:30 p.m. ETS This Week in Baseball. 2:00 p.m. O NCAA Preview: Pac 10. 2:15 p.m. USE G5H3 Baseball: Atlanta at Chicago. 3:30 p.m. OB (D GB Tigers '84. 4:00 p.m. IfiflSS Baseball: Baltimore at Oakland. 4:00 p.m. OOCED3 (E) Tiger Baseball: Detroit at California. 4:00 p.m. O O GB-M (D fJD EB Golf: World Series of Golf. 5:00 p.m. O CFL Football: Saskatchewan at Winnipeg. 5:00 p.m. (5 (2 O QD Horse Racing: The Arlington Budweiser Million from Arlington Park, III. 5:00 p.m. EBD CFL Football: Montreal at Toronto. 11:45 p.m. O Sports Final Edition. Monday 7:30 p.m. WQR Baseball: Los Angeles at New York. t 8:30 p.m. IPASS Baseball: Chicago White Sox at Kansas City. 8:30 p.m. (D G8 1984 Kickoff Classic pre-game show. 9:00 p.m. (D 03 SD College Football: Miami of Fla. vs. Auburn at East Rutherford, N.J. , ; 1:00 a.m. GB Sportsview Today with Bob Page and Ron Cameron. radiotoday 4:00 p.m. Tiger Baseball: Detroit at California, WJR-760 AM. 8:00 p.m. Sunday Sportswatch, WAAM-1600 AM. . - Monday 8:30 p.m. Baseball: Toronto at Minnesota, CHYR-710 AM. phonetoday Sportsphone (1-978-1313) Updates of major games beginning at 1 p.m. game at California. Brookens out-tugged Angels catcher Jerry American Conference Narron by a few ounces in the two-cow competition. The victory earned Brookens a trophy and five pounds of cheese. All over: Alan Trammell's hitting streak ended at 20 games EASTERN DIVISION W L T PF PA Miami 3 1 0 95 47 New England 2 2 0 100 105 Buffalo 1 2 0 38 37 Indianapolis 1 2 0 29 75 NY Jets 1 3 0 66 91 t CENTRAL DIVISION ' W L T PF PA Pittsburgh 3 0 0 71 41 Cincinnati 3 1 0 94 59 Houston 1 2 0 72 78 Cleveland 1 3 0 57 92 WESTERN DIVISION W L T PF PA Seattle 4 1 0 97 51 Denver 3 1 0 89 49 San Diego 2 2 0 79 96 LA Raiders 1 3 0 68 82 Kansas City 1 3 0 68 97 Lions next tour weeks: Sept. 2 vs. San when he went 0-4 Friday night against Mike Witt. The streak was the longest of Trammell's career and the longest for a Tiger since Ron LeFlore hit safely in 27 straight games in 1978. Two-sport prospect: Cal-State Fullerton pitcher Damon Allen, brother of Los Angeles Raiders running back Marcus Allen, worked out with the Tigers before Saturday's game. Allen, a Tigers seventh-round draft choice in June, is also a talented quarterback and is expected to remain in school for his senior year. Notable quotables: Cincinnati playermanager Pete Today's TANK McNAMARA can be found in Sunday's comic section. college Canada Cup exhibition golf Canada 5, Czechoslovakia 4. Columbia Savings Classic AP Pre-season Top 20 The Top Twenty teams in the pre Francisco, 1 p.m.; Sept. 9 al Atlanta, 1 p.m.; Sept. 16 at Tampa Bay, 4 p.m.; Sept. 23 vs. Minnesota, 1 p.m. Saturdays Results Washington 14, New Orleans 9 Indianapolis at Green Bay, night Pittsburgh at New York Giants, night Houston at Dallas, night Today's Sam Chicago vs. Buffalo, 1 p.m. Friday's Results World Series of Golf AKRON, Ohio - (AP) - Second-round scores Friday in the $700,000 World Series of Golf on the 7,173-yard, par-70 DENVER - (AP) - Saturday's Czechoslovakia....................,2 1 1-4 Canada .........-........-........ 2 8 35 season 1984 Associated Press college second-round scores (Including players football poll, with first-place votes in who did not complete the round Friday parentheses, 1983 records, total points based on 20-19-18...etc, and rankings in the final 1983 poll: Record Pts Pvs Firestone Country Club course: Denis Watson 69-62-131 Bruce Lietzke 66-68-134 Peter Jocbosen 70-67-137 Fred Couples 71-66-139 Rose on relating to his young players: Tm just like all of them. I've got two arms, two legs and 4,000 hits." Rose says he was only in the manager's office once in 16 years as a player with the Reds. In 1972, he, Johnny Bench, Joe Hague and Ted Uehlander were called in by Sparky Anderson and told to get haircuts. ... On this day ... In 1934, Tigers pitcher Schoolboy Rowe i won his 16th straight game, tying the American League record held by Walter Johnson, Smokey Joe Wood and Lefty 1. Auburn (30) 11-1-0 1,057 because of thunderstorms) in the Columbia Savings LPGA Classic over the par-71, 6,-258-vard Green Gables Country Club course (a -denotes amateur): Pat Bradley 72-65-137 Alexandra Reinhardl 64-74-136 Patty Sheehan 67-72-139 Robin Walton 71-69-140 Kathy Whitworth 71-70-141 Vlcki Alvarez 70-71-141 Jo Ann Washam 68-73-141 Cincinnati 35, Detroit 14 ' New England 36, Kansas City 7 Denver 24, Atlanta 13 Tampa Bay 14, Miami 13 SI. Louis 31, Minnesota 0 San Francisco 17, Seattle 7 NY Jels 20, LA Raiders 14 1st 1, Canada, Goulet (Mlddleton, Lowe), 7:55. 2, Canada, A. Stastny (P. Slastny. Coffey), 8:21. 3, Czechoslovakia, Lukac (unassisted), 11:37. 4, Czechoslovak kia, Kllma (Ruzicka), 14:53. Penaltles-Klima, Czech, 4:04; Benak, Czech, 8:15; Suchanek, Czech, 9:47; Kadlec, Czech, 12:37; Brent Sutter, Can, 18:50. 2d 5, Czechoslovakia, Svozil (Hor-ava), 3:35. Penalties-Kadlec, Czech, 1:11; Czech, bench minor (seved by Lukac), 4:42; Anderson, Can, 6:38; Staviana,-Czech, 16:32. 3d-6, Canada, Gretzky (Middleton, Peelers), 2:07. 7, Canada, Yzerman (Messier, Anderson), 2:43. 8, Czecholso-vakla, Svozil (Liba, Lukac), 4:04. 9, Canada, Middleton, (Gretzky, Bourque). Penalties-Messier, Can, 10:20; A. Slastny, Can, 13:23; Klima, Czech, 13:23. Shots-Czechoslovakia 11-7-9- 27. Canada 14-8-18-40. Goalies-Czechoslovakia, Hasek. Canada, Peelers. A-7,916. 2. Nebraska (5) 12-1-0 922 3. Pittsburgh (2) 8-3-1 890 4. Clemson (11) 9-1-1 817 5. UCLA (5) 7-4-1 816 6. Texas 11-1-0 734 7. Ohio St 9-3-0 661 8. Notre Dame (1).... 7-5-0 639 9. Alabama (1) 8-4-0 632 10. Miami, Fla. (1) ...11-1-0 602 11. Penn SI 8-4-1 589 12. Iowa (1) 9-3-0 581 13. Arliona St. (2) ...... 6-4-1 578 14. Michigan (1) 9-3-0 453 15. So. Methodist .......10-2-0 419 16. OKIahoma 8-4-0 374 17. Florida 9-2-1 295 18. Washington . 8-4-0 285 19. Boston College . 9-3-0 184 Grove. Rowe beat the Washington Senators, 4-2, driving in the winning run with a ninth-inning single. pre-season summary Craig Sladler 69-70-139 Lee Trevlno 72-68-140 Scott Simpson 71-69-140 Pal Llndsey 70-70-140 David Edwards 71-69-140 Bob Eastwood 70-70-140 Gary Koch 70-70-140 Rex Caldwell 68-72-140 Ronnie Black 73-68-141 Isao Aokl 72-69-141 Hole Irwin 72-69-141 Ian Woosnam 70-71-141 Tom Walson 70-71-141 Mark McCumber 69-72-141 Jack Renner 74-68-142 Tom Kile 73-69-142 Corey Pavln 74-68-142 John Mahaffey 71-71-142 Jim Colbert 70-72-142 Tom Purtzer 68-74-142 Mark Lye 71-72-143 Greg Norman 70-73-143 Janet Anderson 71-70-141 Sally Little 67-74-141 Amy Alcott 71-70-141 Path Rizzo 71-71-142 Beth Daniel 72-70-142 Betsy King 72-70-142 Gall Hirata 74-66-142 Deborah Pelrlzzl .68-75-143 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 71-72-143 Avako Okamoto 70-73-143 Jane Blalock 71-72-143 Julie Pyne .. 73-71-144 Kathryn Young 73-71-144 Mvra Van Hoose 75-69-144 Deedee Lasker 71-73-144 Chris Johnson 71-73-144 Allison Finney 71-73-144 Lorl Garbacz 72-72-144 Kathy Postlewait 74-70-144 Judy Clark 72-73-145 Kathy Hlle 70-75-145 Friday night Bengals 35, Lions 14 19 DflU PETDY I PITCHER Detroit.. .0 0 14 0-14 . 14 14 7 0-35 Cincinnati ................ Seve Ballesteros 74-70-144 First period fAl auto rJg racing Cincinnati-Alexander 2 run (Breech Nick Faldo 73-71-144 Nick Price 71-73-144 kirk). 5:40 li I Cinclnnatl-Colllnsworth 22 yard pass from Anderson lureecn kick), ii: Second period Jack Nlcklaus 72-73-145 Andy Bean 71-74-145 Gavin Levenson 75-71146 Payne Stewart 74-72-146 Bob Shearer 73-73-146 Ben Crenshaw 73-74-147 Howard Clark 73-75-148 20. Florida SI 7-5-0 119 - Others receiving votes, in order of points: Oklahoma Stale 111, Texas A&M 110, Missouri 103, Illinois 90, Brigham Young 73, Southern California 58, North Carolina 54, LSU 52, Georgia 41, West Virginia 34, Tennessee 33, Wisconsin 27, Washington State 18, Air Force 15, Arkansas 11, Mississippi 2, Syracuse 2, Tulsa Virginia Tech 2, Arizona 1, Houston 1, Kentucky 1, Stanford 1. UPI Pre-season Top 20 NEW YORK - (UPI) - The United Press International Board of Coaches preseason Top 20 1984 college football ratings, with first-place votes and last year's records Hi parentheses (total points based on 15 points for first place, 14 for second, etc.). 1. Auburn (32) (11-1) 604 Cincinnati-Harris 7 vard pass from Anderson (Breech kick), 2:36 C nc nnat Co insworth 11 vard pass Dutch Grand Prix Grid ZANDVOORT, Netherlands - (UPI) - The grid for Sunday's Dutch Grand Prix following Saturday's qualifying: 1, Alain Prosl, France, McLaren, 1:13.567 (129,292 mph). 2, Nelson Piquet, Brazil, Brabham, 1:13.872. 3, Ello -de Angelis, Italy, Lotus, 1:13.683. 4, Derek Warwick, Britain, Renault, 1:14.405. 5, Patrick Tambav, France, Renault, from Anderson (Breech Kick), 3:38 Third period Tony Johnstone 75-74149 Tze-MIng Chen 76-75-151 Peler Fowler 72-79-151 Larry Webb 78-74-152 Bill Brask 78-75-153 Clnclnnatl-Kern 2 vard pass from Schonerl (Breech Kick), 3:52 M Born: Palo Alto, Calif., 11-13-58 (age 25). Height 6-4, weight 200. Married: Christine Cairns. Lives in Grosse Pointe Park. Toughest hitters: "There's a whole bunch of guyS The guys that steal bases those little pesky fast guys." Favorite ballpark: Tiger Stadium. "It's Just home." Activities outside baseball: "I love to golf. I relax, spend time with Chris, watch TV, watch the other guys play when we have a day off." Advice to kids: Don't try throwing breaking balls until the body is fully developed. "The breaking ball Is hard on the arm. Develop a fastball Fourth period Detroit-Martin 11 yard pass from 1:14.566. 6, Nlkl Lauda, Austria, McLaren, 1:14.866. 7. Keke Rosbero, Finland, Wil H dd e Murray kick), 7:2 Scott Hoch 75-WD Jeremy Shootout JEREMY RANCH, Utah - (AP) -Friday's second-round results in the Shootout at the par-72 Jeremy Ranch Club Golf Course: Detroit-Lewis i yard pass trom Hippie (Murray kick), 12:17 Debbie Hall tf-io-ns Carole Charbonnier 69-76-145 Sue Fogleman 73-72-145 Lynn Adams 74-71-145 Lynn Cooke-Parker 73-72-145 Jane Geddes 76-69-145 Brenda Goldsmith 76-69-145 Mary Beth Zimmerman 74-71-145 a-Jodv Rosenthal 72-73-145 Mlndv Moore 74-71-145 Noreen Friel 74-71-145 Leann Cassaday 72-73-145 Dlanne Dalley 73-73-146 Sarah Leveque 70-76-146 Cindy Lincoln 71-75-146 Laurie Rlnker 73-73-146 Sally Quintan 73-73-146 Debbie Massey 72-74-146 Heather Drew 71-75-146 Beverly Klass 73-74-147 Cathy Morse 74-73-147 Cathy Marino 77-70-147 Louri Peterson 78-69-147 Rosie Jones 73-74-147 Barb Thomas 76-71-147 Dot Germain 73-74-147 Ruth Jessen 73-74-147 Pam Gietzen 75-72147 Linda Hunt 74-74-148 Anne-Marie Palll 73-75-148 Mollis Stacy 74-74-148 Valerie Skinner 71-77-148 Laura Cole 75-73-148 liams, 1:15.117. 8. Jacques Laffite, France, Williams, 1:15.231. 9, Michelle Alborelo, Italy, Ferrari, 1:15.264. 10, Teo Fabi, Italy, Brabham, 1:15.338. II. Thlerrv Boutsen. Belgium. Ar Attendance-41,715 DET D. Slkes-B. Kratzert 60-64-124 D. January-M. Sullivan ...........62-63-125 L. Elder-C. Rose 64-62-126 B. Casper-J. Miller 66-61-127 CIN 23 42-196 167 113 37-18-0 7-35 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts rows, 1:15.735. 12, Nigel monsell, Britain, Lotus, 1:15.811. 13, Aryton Senna, Brazil, Toleman, 1:15.960. 14, Andre de Cesaris, Itaiv, Ligier, 1:16.070. 15, Rene Arnoux, France, Ferrari, 1:16.121. 16. Manfred Wlnkelhock, West Ger 22 15- 64 296 132 47-28-5 6-40 4- 2 05- 38 1-1 first ... get the arm strong. i -II Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 10-53 1 2. Nebraska (!) (12-1) 4y 3. Texas (4) (11-1) 417 4. Miami (Fla.) (1) (11-1) 336 5. UCLA (1) (7-4-1) 309 6. Penn State (8-4-1) 282 7. Pittsburgh (1) (8-3-1) 280 8. Clemson (9-1-1) 276 9. Ohio State (9-3) 255 10. Michigan (9-3) 217 11. Oklahoma (8-4) 199 12. Alabama (8-4) 194 13. Arizona State (6-4-1) 170 14. Iowa (9-3) 162 15. Notre Dame (1) (7-5) 149 16. Southern Methodist (10-2) 103 17. Washington (8-4) 100 18. Florida (9-2-1) 86 19. Georgia (10-1-1) 68 20. Boston College (9-3) 56 Not By agreement with the American Foolbal Coaches Association, teams on probation by the NCAA are ineligible for the Top 20 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. The teams currently on probation art Arizona, Illinois and Kansas. R. Funseth-D. Bies 62-65-127 M. Barber-G. Morgan 62-65-127 G. Baver-M. O'Meara 62-65-127 A. Bessellnk-O. Hammond 63-64-127 B. Toskl-W. Wood 65-63-128 B. Goalby-M. Reid 64-64-128 A. Palmer-R. Floyd 68-60-128 H. Johnson-D. Ogrin 65-63-128 B. Rosburg-C. Strange . 64-64-128 J. Kalinka-J. Nelford 65-63-128 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushino-Det. Sims 8-33. Bussev 3- many, ATS, 1:16.450. 17, Eddie Cheever, U.S., Alfa Romeo, 1:16.991. 18, Riccardo Patrese, Italy, Alfa Romeo, 1:17.124. 19, Marc Surer, Switzerland, Arrows, 1:17.368. 20, Francois Hesnault, France, Ligier, 1:17.905. 21, Piercarlo Ghinzanl, Italy, Osella, 1:19.454. 22. Jonathon Palmer, Britain, 18, Hippie 3-8, Machurek 1-6. On, Brooks 26. Co nswortn 1-10, Alexander 4-11, Klnnebrew 6-54, Jenninos 11-42, Schonerl -7, Farley 6-33, Tate 3-6, Esiason 1-7. B. Erlckson-J. Thorpe 65-64-129 RAM. 1:19 598. 23. Jo Gartner. Austria. 130 K. Burton-G. McCord .... 64-66- Passlno-Det. Machurek 7-19-85-2. 131 ..66-65- O. Moody-F. Conner Hippie 21-28-232-3. Cin, Anderson 11-14- Osella, 1:20.017. 24, Stefan Betlof, West Germany, Tyrrell, 1:20.092. 25, Sven Jo- 105-0, Schonerl 6-14-71-0, Esiason 1-9-16- H. Ward-V. Heafner 64-67-131 J. Fleck-G. Archer ....67-64-131 hannson, Sweden, Tyrrell, VM.iM. it, Philippe Alliot, France, RAM, 1:20.270. n ! . .1 n-t O, ....... Clm. (Through Friday's Game) 56. Mlchels 1-23. Horton 8-107. Lewis 4- 26, Kane 1-2, Chadwlck 2-35. Cln, Alexander 1-2, Colllnsowrth 3-49, Brooks 2-10, Batting rnl bowling ibler 2-8. M.L. Harris z-14, Kreioer i-ib, Lynn Stroney - 74-74148 Cynthia Figg 77-71-148 Becky Pearson 74-74-148 Catherine Panton 76-73-149 Jane Lock 76-73-149 Missie McGeorge 74-75-149 Barbra Mizrahie 78-71-149 Connie Chilleml 76-73-149 Amy Benz 77-72-149 Dole Eggeling 77-72-149 Catherine Duggan 80-69-149 Joan Joyce 74-75-149 Dawn Coe .. 74-75-149 Marta Figueras-Dottl 77-72-149 Terrl Luckhurst 75-74-149 Debbie Austin 76-74-150 Mary Dwyer 78-72150 Sandra Spuzlch 74-76-150 Sandra Palmer 74-76-150 Kyle O'Brien ...73-77-150 Penny Pulz 77-73-150 M. Fetchik-J. Adams 63-68-131 J. Barber-B. Bryant 65-66-131 G. Dlckinson-M. Donald 66-65-131 L. Herbert-L. Thompson 65-66-131 G. Schneiter-B. Betley 66-66-132 B. Weaver-G. Powers 66-67-133 A. Balding-D. Halldorson 66-67-133 B. Adams-B. Boyd 65-69-134 G. Llttler-A. North 67-67-134 B. Colllns-D. Forsman 67-67-134 F. Hawklns-L. Ten Broeck ....68-66-134 P. Allen-J. Blair 68-67-135 Farley 1-5, Verser 1-9, Kern 3-59, Jennings 1-3, Pickering 1-15. PI tewliS Missed field goals-CIn, Breech 50. G. Jones-S. Liebler .. 71-64-135 B. McCalllster-L. Hinkle 70-65-135 R. Nieporte-M. McCullough ..68-67-135 B. Dovle-B. Clampett 70-66-136 G. Lannlno-B. Sander 68-68-136 ATP Tournament MASON, Ohio - (AP) - The results of Friday's play hi the Association of Tennis Professionals tournament at the Jack Nlcklaus Sports Center: SINGLES (Quarterfinals) 3 Trammll 1 Whltakor 27 Garbty 23 Gibson 30 Grubb 32 Jonas 34 Lomon 31 Horndon 14 Btrgman 15 Kunti 13 Parrlih 41 Evans 20 Johnson 16 Brookons 8 Castillo Bakar 0 AS R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO HP SB E RBI Avg 110 447 71 141 58 28 5 11 48 50 1 li 8 4 .315 119 458 75 136 41 23 1 10 52 49 0 6 14 11 .297 85 261. 37 77 45 14 1 4 12 29 1 5 10 4 .295 121 422 76 123 74 20 9 20 54 80 5 24 9 16 .291 65 121 15 35 13 4 0 5 24 22 1 1 0 3 .289 56 155 20 44 27 8 1 9 13 34 0 1 0 4 .284 117 430 66 122 66 26 5 17 44 75 4 5 2 5 .284 99 334 40 90 33 16 5 4 22 53 2 5 2 4 .269 98 207 31 55 40 7 4 6 29 24 2 3 5 4 .266 65 105 25 28 18 7 0 2 19 19 1 2 1 3 .267 119 470 65 117 80 13 2 29 29 96 2 2 3 8 .249 105 324 50 77 55 10 1 12 65 51 0 1 1 5 .238 100 . 312 39 74 42 12 1 11 38 59 0 9 11 7 .237 103 205 27 48 23 10 4 3 20 29 I 5 11 0 .234 48 94 9 20 10 3117 22 0 1 4 0 .213 30 82 11 13 8 2 1 0 4 11 0 1 3 1 .159 - 489 75 124 74 19 1 19 59 92 2 7 0 8 .254 - 139 19 41 32 7 1 6 17 23 1 0 0 A .295 - 4482 669 1215 637 202 41 145 482 718 21 88 94 79 .271 Joyce Kozmlerski 74-76-150 Nanette Clrco 75-75-150 Therese Hession 76-74-150 M. Hlpkins-P. McGowan 69-67-136 B. Johnston-D. Douglass 68-68-136 P. Harney-P. Oosterhuis 70-66-136 P. Rea-R. Curl 69-68-137 D. Ford-L. Zlegler 69-68-137 Barb Bunkowsky .. ..78-73-151 ..73-78-151 ..73-78-151 Jimmy tonnwrs, jaiuuni nni uvi , no., def. Stefan Edberg, Sweden, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6. Anders Jarrvd, Sweden, def. Paul McNamee, Australia, 6-2, 7-6. Joakim Nystrom, Sweden, def. Dan Cassldy, Hollywood, Fla., 6-7, 6-3, 6-2. mi wilander. Sweden, def. John A. & S. Sllvestrone 68-69-137 Debbie Melsterlin , Silvia Bertolaccini . Vlcki F ergon Donna Coponl Susie McAllister .... Bonnie Lauer .. D. Maver-M. Malaska 69-69-138 ..77-74-151 ..77-74-151 ..79-72-151 ..78-73-151 R. Emery-L. Nielsen 70-68-138 F. Haas-B. Flelsher 68-70-138 P. Thomson-J. Fought 67-71-138 Sadrl, Charlotte, N.C., 6-7, 7-6, 6-1. Dosig. Hittors Pinch Hittors Cochran-F. Fezler 70-69-139 K. Nagle-B. Devlin 70-70-140 TOTALS Player's Challenge SINGLES (Semifinals) D. Cuplt-B. Nichols 70-70-140 Jimmy the Greek CFL standings rag kfy- No -triform number. AB-at bats. R-runs, H-hits, RBI-runs batted in, 2B-doubles, 3B-triples. HR-home runs, BB-walKs, SO-strlkeoots, HP-hit by pitch, SB-stolen bases, E -errors, GW RBI-game-winning runs batted in, Avg-batting average. f VJI ticket update AlVCia mouiiun, oauoiiiCTiiv, om., def. Caterina Llndovlsl, Sweden, 7-S, 6-2. Chris Evert Llovd, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. def. Helena Sukova, Czechoslovakia, latest line Eastern Division PBA Seniors Championship CANTON, Ohio - (UPI) - The top bowlers with total pintail after six games following Saturday's first-round results in the PBA Seniors Championship: 1, Carmen Salvino, Chicago, 1J26. 2, Chet Ahola, Cleveland, 1,308. 3, Mickey Miskiv, W. Paterson, N.J., 1,301. 4, BUI Tucker, Detroit, 1,290. 5, Jack West, Plains, Pa., 1,253. 6, Ed Wyatt, Tulsa, Okla., 1,245. 7, Ed Markwardt, Little Falls, N.Y., 1,232. 8, Jim Vernacchlo, Orlando, Fla., 1,227. 9, Al Puiol, Bronx, N.Y., 1,226. 10, Carl Richard, Joolin, Mo., 1,224. 11, Bob Chase, Kansas City, Kan., 1,223. 12, Carl Babb. Kokomo, Ind., 1,217. 13, Marty Plralno, Syracuse, N.Y 1,216. 14, Cecil Caddel, Dallas, 1,212. 15, Jack Lang, Madison Heights, 1,204. 16, Dick Weber, St. Louis, 1,201. 17, (lie) Lamar Taylor, Martinez, Ga., and Bob Kwolek, 1,198. Fairhaven Classic FAIRHAVEN, Mast. - (AP) -Fewlh-round standings after 26 games in the Ladles Pre Bowlers Tour Faktiaven Classic Including match play bonus pin (a-denotes amateur): 1. Leila Wagner, Dallas, Texas, 6,375. 2. Lorrie Nichols, Algonquin, 18., 6,218. 3. Lisa Rathgeber, Paimeto, Fla.. 6.203. 4. Tish Johnson, Downey, Cat., 6,078. 5. Pal Costelk), SI. Helena, Cel., 6.020. 6. Cheryl Van Lerberg, Shawnee, Kan., 6,014. 7. Cindy Coburn, Buffalo, N.Y., 5,998.' I. Susan Mover, Alexandria, Mirm., 5,954. . a-Sharon Nasta, Kenilworth, N.J., 5.931. 10. Sheilie Johnson, Toledo, Oh., 5,863. 11.' Tonl Gillard. Beverly, Ohio, 5,819. 12. Barb Leicht, Albany, N Y, 5,804 13. Anne Marie Pike, Cypress, Cel., 5,879. 14. Alavne Blomenberg, Cranston, R I., 5,871. 15. Carol Norman, Ardmore, Okla., 5,766. 16. Jeanne Maiden, Solon, Ohio, 5,755. 17. Cheryl Daniels, Detroit, 5,747, Ut. Ally Often, OmanavNeb., 5,709 I Pitching 6-3, 6-1. (Home teams In CAPITALS) AL BASEBALL Toronto Montreal PF PA 245 156 185 201 186 260 170 231 W 5 3 3 1 Tigers tickets are $7.50 (reserved and obstructed view), $5 (general admission) and S3.50 (bleachers). Tigers vs. Baltimore, Monday (7:30 P.m. family night), Tuesdav (7:30) and Sunday (7:30). General Westchester Invitation WOMEN'S SINGLES (Semifinals) Melissa Brown, scarsdale, N Y. def. Ottawa Detroit 6-5 over CALIFORNIA RntTON R-4 over rievpfiind Hamilton Virginia Ruzlcl, Romania, 6-4, 7-S. admission and bleacher seats are available MINNESOTA 6-5 over Toronto Mil UUAIIVPP A- nvfir Tavjk Western Division Ma. w L 6 IP H R BR BB SO ERA CO Sv ShO 21 Homandoi 7 2 63 112.1 80 27 27 31 95 2.16 0 26 0 29 LOOM 10 0 56 113.2 87 40 34 44 79 2.69 0 12 0 46 Potry 15 7 29 196.2 190 79 71 58 121 3.25 5 0 1 44 Berenguer 7 I 24 130.2 121 59 53 54 94 3.65 2 0 1 47 Morris 16 8 27 187.1 174 89 78 65 117 3.75 8 0 1 19 Rozema 7 4 23 93.1 103 46 40 18 45 3.86 0 0 0 42 Mango 1 0 17 34 37 19 15 11 19 3.97 0 0 0 40 Balr 4 3 38 78.2 71 37 35 26 48 4.00 0 4 0 39 Wilcox 14 7 27 160.2 156 82 74 52 95 4.15 0 0 0 TOTALS 84 45 1167.1 1107 530 469 372 725 3.62 16 42 3 MEN'S SINGLES (Third Round) .,.. i-i.t. vim. U V Ami KANSAS CITY 6-5 over Chicago W VITB eTUW(, lMW rum., i usi. Juan Aoullera, Spain, 7-6 (7-4), 6-7 (3-7), Baltimore 6-5 over uaklanu SEATTLE 6-5 over NEW York B. Columbia Winnipeg PF PA 190 110 225 126 139 174 225 229 138 206 NL BASEBALL two hours before game nme. i men available at the Tiger Stadium box office ( am.-4 p.m. dally), Hudson's, all Tk-etworkt outlets and AAA offices. For more Information call 963-9944. Lions vs. San Fnclsco, Sent. ?, 1 P m. Tickets are $12.50 (reserved) and J5.00 (bleachers). Tickets are available at Lions Ticket Office at the Silverdome, M-F (9 a.m.-5 p.m.). and all AAA offices. Calgary unuTDCtl 1C mm. Cm CIIma Edmomon 6-2. Gene Mayer, Woodmere, N.Y., def. Johan Krlek, Naples, Fla., 6-0, 2-6, 6-3. Chip Hooper, Sarasota, Fla., def. Bill Stanley, Rye, N.Y., 6-1, 6-4. Patrick McEnroe. Douolaston, N.Y., PHILADELPHIA 7-5 over Los Angeles Sa sketch. NEW YORK 8-5 over san i-rancisco piTTnuer.M 71 over Cincinnati Saturday's Result (Totals Include players no longer with the team and pitchers' errors) def. Mike Westphal, West Germany, 8-6. CHICAGO 7-5 over Atlanta k FY w-wfcw. L-losses. G-oames Ditched la IP-innlnos pitched, H-hlts alowed, R-runs allowed, ER- HOUSTON 7-5 over St. Louis earned runs alowed, BB-waks alowed, SO-strlkeoots, ERA-earned run average, CG-complete garnet, S-saves, ShO-shutouts. NFL PRE-SEASON Calgary at British Columbia, night Today's Games Montreal af Toronto, 5 p.m. Saskatchewan al Winnipeg, S P.m. Friday's Result Edmonton 35, Hamilton 14 BUFFALO 1 over Chicago The Scoreboard Page and Baseball Page are compiled by Tim Marcinkoski, with Steve Crowe, Bernie Czarniecki, Mark Josaitis and LauMathews. A COLLEGE FOOTBALL (Monday) Tiger Corner is edited by Bob Ellis. AubiJI 3 over Miami, Fla.

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