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I DETROIT FREE PRESSMONDAY, JULY 11, 1983 5D 1-976-1313 Sports Phone prillliji; Elm for sports scores, news, and results, 24 hours a day. Parrish's slam in 9th inning stuns A's, 5-3 ' TIGERS, from Page 1D spoils on television radio SUNDAY'S RESULT Michigan Open ACME, Mich. - (AP) - Final-round MICHIGAN 37, Oakland 21. ! ,.,.Whitaker drilled a hit to center, sending Trammell to ; Second, and Boros called lefty Tom Burgmeier from the 6:00 p.m. Sportstalk on CKLW with Piston Bill Laimbeer and SATURDAY'S RESULT PHILA. 44, Chicago 38, OT i yuupen. , "Anderson countered with Herndon, who hit for Kirk ; Gibson, and when Burgmeier came in with a 2-and-0 JULY 17 (Championship) scores and prite warnings ki the 68th Annual Michigan Open GeM Championship at the 4,899-yard, par-72 Grand Traverse Village course ( -denotes amateur): Buddy Whltten 14,000 74-75-70-74-293 Bob Proben $2,500 76-77-72-70- 295 Gary Domaoalskl 2,W0 74-72-76-73- 295 Denis Husse J1.700 79-69-73-75- 296 Al Mengert 81,450 77-74-75-71-297 Gary Robinson 11,350 77-76-73-72-298 F.McAullffe $1,112.50 79-77-74-70-300 Jim Plcard $1,112.50 77-78-74-71-300 John Molenda $1,112.50 76-77-70-77 -300 Bob Sauer $1,112.50 70-77-76-77- 300 Philadelphia vs. Michigan, at Den New York Post sports columnist Dick Young, CKLW 800 AM. 7:30 p.m. Tiger Baseball: California at Detroit, WJR-760 AM. 10:15 p.m. Sportswrap, WJR-760 AM. phoneMonday televisionMonday 7:00 p.m. O World University Games. 8:00 p.m. O QD Baseball: St. Louis at Los Angeles. radioMonday 7:15 a.m. Coach's Corner with Panther coach Jim Stanley, WXYZ-1270 AM. 4:00 p.m. - 1400 Sportsdrive, WQBH-1400 AM. 4:00 p.m. - Sportstalk with Ron Cameron, WCAR-1090 AM. ver s Mile High Stadium, 8 p.m. (Horn team In CAPITALS) - wsioun, nernaon smasnea it tnrougn tne middle lor an kbi i Single. ! WOCKENFUSS WAS sent to the plate for Johnny Grubb, a-Paul Wvall 79-77-74-71-301 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sports Phone (1-976-1313). Free Press, Ron Beurmann $910 n-n-n-n-m Randv Ersklne $910 73-81-71-76-301 . aoa uoros switcnea to right-hander Dave Beard, i A cat-and-mouse game ensued, with Wockenfuss first j ordered to bunt, then told to swing away when the infielders . charged. But Beard couldn't throw strikes, and the bases USFL summary sportsquiz tor 50 Michigan Instant Lottery Tickets. Brlen P. Charter $810 77-76-72-77-302 Cass Jawor $810 76-75-76-75- 302 Charles Knowles $631.66 77-72-62-72 - 303 Alex Redmond $631.66 80-75-75-73 - 303 TANK McNAMARA By Millar-Hinds Sieve Brady . were loaaea. i Pitcher Jack Morris cinch-ran for Wockenfuss. hut he Panthers 37, Invaders 21 F Lynn Janson Bill Rabold Bob Makoskl ' didn't have to run. Boros called Jones, a Detroit native, to Oakland 7 0 7 7-21 Michigan 0 17 14 (-37 WELL, rT LOOK& LIKt ...ANPtlCKDklOMiC, wGYECEN7ERI ! face Parrish, and five pitches later most of the 20,769 $631.66 77-78-73-75-303 $631.66 79-77-72-75 - 303 $631.66 73-76-75-79- 303 $631.66 73-79-72-79- 303 75-76-72-30- 303 $475 77-75-76-76-304 $475 79-77-72-76- 304 $400 78-77-72-78- 305 $360 14-76-74-72-306 $360 77-73-77-79- 306 &20 MILLIOKJ OP 1M MO1cJ KjOklOMY l OaK-Besana 1 run ( Shea kick) Mich-Williams S run (Boiovic kick) Mlch-FG 38 Boiovic Mich-Carter 3 pass from Hebert !Recuuors siooa ana cheered as Parrish hit the ball into : distant shadows. UEAPEP IrOTD THE RXkT5 (Boiovic kick) BW TWr ONC-BUaCTR3X)F 9uKit36ur eaMicm).sv3ertrJ& TAX EVEMUE rvWfORCfA6 CITYOF MOUSlCt0 1& lAYOPF- a-TIm North Chris Freeman Larry Mancour John Traub Jerry Kellch Dave Gilpin a-Mark Chapleskl Fred Muller Mike Doan Gene Glnarelll Rocky Schooley a-Kevin Ryan -Boros, explaining why he removed Codiroli with the Oak-Shaw lv interception return (Shea kick) M ; wwiuui miaci, saia: i ney nil a coupie 01 Dans nara on mm i in the seventh and eighth innings, so I had my eye on him. I'd Mlch-Hebert 1 run (Boiovic kick) Mlch-Lacv II run (Boiovic kick) MIch-Mlller 3 run (kick failed) PtCEKJ5 Of PUBLIC MAL1U A 76- 77-75-78- 306 $285 80-79-74-74- 307 $265 74-77-77-79-307 $220 76-76-76-78-308 $220 77-77-76-78 - 308 77- 78-78-76 - 309 $175 79-75-78-77 - 309 $175 77-78-71-83-309 "X A WORKERS... Oak-Lewis 5 pass from Besana , ramer get iresn arms in there. $ AFTER Bill Mory (Shea kick) A-60,237 ; ' BUT WINNER Howard Bailey (3-2), who pitched v m .Tart iv I i Ron English Dick Horgan Tim Matthews Pete Eddv $146.66 78-80-75-77 - 310 $146.66 85-71-76-78 - 310 $146.66 60-77-75-78-310 ; innings of two-hit ball in relief of starter Juan Berenguer, Jim Ankenbrandt naa another view: "They're sitting out there in the bullpen for eight innings, Oak Mich 20 22 22-64 39-168 258 295 8 50 23-35-2 18-27-1 0-0 1-1 3-50 2-79 4-2 1-1 6-48 8-49 26:37 32:58 First downs Rushes-vards Passing yards Return yards Passes Sacks By Punts Fumbles-losl Penalties-yards ; and probably not watching too close because Codiroli was 13-74-75-9-311 76-76-79-80-311 79- 75-76-81-311 76- 76-77-82 -311 80- 78-77-77 -312 80-77-75-77-312 79-79-79-76-313 77- 78-60-76 - 313 74-81-77-81-313 sticking it right up our nose, and then all of a sudden you re Time ot Possession r -yen;"" w- in the game and gotta come in with stnkes. ; ; "That's tough, and you don't really want to have to throw INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS tennis RUSHING-Oakland. Lewis 2-43. ; strikes to a guy like Parnsh." Toroslan 10-11. Jackson 4-11, Besana 1-1. Holmes 1-1, Whltllnoton 4-minus 10. ; '.' r . Parrish's previous slam was in 1978 against the Twins. Michigan, Lacy 14-17. Williams 17-59, Miller S- 4. Hollowav 1- 2. Hebert. 2-1 . , . Anderson had nothing but praise for Boros ninth-inning Davis Cup PASSING-Oakland, Besana 23-35-: Miles Vincent Jim St. Germain a-BIII McDonald a-John Thibault Tom Talklngton a-BIII Peterson Barry Redmond John Lyons Chuck Duckwall Tom Forluna Chuck Olson Craig Deilers Mike Areddy a-John Nolan a-Mark Erlksen Jake Pilot Mark Hill a-Matt Christy a-Cralg Barber Dave Kendall Richard Velter a-MIke Kerr a-Dave DeWulf Mark Black Lee Woodruff Bill Smlttle a-Tom Demaresl Randv Ernsl a-Mark Schuli David Wall Brlen C. Charter strategy. 251. Mlchloan. Hebert 18-27-1-295. 79-81-77-61-313 76- 77-77-61-313 81-74-76-62-313 79- 80-81-74-314 80- 76-76-78 -314 81- 76-77-80-314 81-78-80-76 - 315 77- 83-77-76-315 62-76-77-80-315 81-76-81-76-316 72-77-90-77-316 77-82-80-78-317 74-80-81-82 - 317 62-77-,'6-61-318 64-75-77-62-318 77-60-79-63-319 ; -: "When he brought Burgmeier in, he knew Herndon RECEIVING-Oakland, Banks 7-96. Toroslan 7-4, Chester 4-41, Lewis 2-38, Jackson 2-30, Penaranda 1-7. Michigan, would go up to hit, but he's only the tying run and you don't Lacy 4-30, Carter 3-78, Hollowav 3-60, . -figure he s going to hit one out, he said. Cobb 3-25, Williams 2-48, Oden 2-19, Miller 1-35. ' - "That set up the trap, and after that he had me in the bind. NEW YORK - (AP) - Results of Davis Cup tennis competition Sunday: France vs, Paraguay Henri Leconte, France, det. Francisco Gonialez, Paraguay, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5 Victor Peccl, Paraguay, del. Thierry Tulasne, France, 6-1, 7-5, 4-6, 4-2 (France wins, 3-2.) Australia vs. Romania Pal Cash, Australia, del. Hie Naslase, Romania, 6-3, 6-3. Mark Edmondson, Australia, del. Florin Segarceanu, Romania, 6-4 6-3. (Australia wins, S-0, and wt play France at home ki September.) ; He did an excellent job. That's two of the three games he's ; managed exactly and got beat. That don't seem fair ... His Jimmy the Greek Lists! The only tlghtan to knock down Joe Louis 1. Jersey Joe Walcott Three times 2. Rocky Marclano Two times 3. Max Schmelng Two times 4. Buddy Baer One time 5. James Braddock One time 6. Tony Galento One time From: Bob Hall, Aston, Pa.; Source: Ring Record Book Sport Ftur Syndicate will pay $5 for your published list. Sand data with Name, Addreat and Phone No. to Detroit Free Preei, Sportt Features, P.O. Box 660, Maple Shade, N.J., 08052. 79- 77-79-84 - 319 60- 79-60-89-320 61- 79-79-81-320 80- 77-81-82-320 77-81-77-65-320 CFL Standings .; pitchers tripped him. Anderson said Sunday's victory could prove pivotal. latest line 77-83-80-61-321 75-83-78-65 - 321 ; .. . "Yeah, that's one of 'em," he said. "The one (Friday) EASTERN DIVISION ; night was another . . . Milwaukee Open MILWAUKEE - (AP) - Final W L T PF PA PIS ; , "If you're in the hunt all the way, you're going to have seven or eight games like that, that will make the difference scores Sunday m the $250,000 Greater Ottawa 1 0 0 26 25 Toronto 1 0 0 45 30 Hamilton 0 1 0 32 35 Montreal 0 1 0 14 21 Milwaukee Open goH tournament over the 7.010-vard. oar-72 Tuckawav country in what your club does. Club course (x-Won In two-hole sudden- western Division Home team in CAPITALS AL BASEBALL DETROIT 6-5 over California BOSTON 8-5 over Seattle BALTIMORE 8-5 over Oakland CHICAGO 7-5 over Cleveland New York 7-5 over MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY 6-5 over Toronto TEXAS 6-5 over Milwaukee NL BASEBALL MONTREAL 6-5 over Atlanta Philadelphia 6-5 over CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES 6-5 over SI. Louis SAN DIEGO 7-5 over Chicago SAN FRANCISCO 6-5 over Pittsburgh Argentina vs. Italy Gulllermo Vilas, Argentina, del. Cor-rado Barazzuttl, Italy, 6-3, 6-1. Roberto Arguello, Argentina, del. Francesco Cancelloll, Italy, 7-5, 6-4. Argentina wins, 5-0. Sweden vs. Romania Mats Wllander, Sweden, def. Russell Simpson, New Zealand, 6-3, 6-3, 6-2. Chris Lewis, New Zealand, del. Hem-rlk Sundslrom, Sweden, 7-9, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. (Sweden wins, 3-2, and win play Argentina at home In September). Edmonton 1 0 0 35 32 Saskatchwn 1 0 0 21 14 Brltsh Clmb 0 0 0 0 0 xTOatafsky, J45.000, 71-70-46-68-275 George Cadle, 27,000, 71-70-70-64-275 Payne Stewart, 13,000, 70-69-70-67 - 276 Skeeter Heath, 13,000, 74-67-69-66-276 Calgary 0 1 0 30 45 THE A'S had some base-runners against Berenguer the ', first four innings, but two double plays kept him out of , trouble. ' Gary Hancock hammered the first pitch of the fifth deep Winnipeg o l o 25 26 Larry Mize, I3,uw, z-u-6e-w-o Richard Zokol. 8.375, 70-72-66-69 - 277 Saturday's Result Edmonton 35 Hamilton 32 Thursday's Came M. Calcavecchla, 6,375, 69-72-66-70 - 277 British Columbia at Toronto, 8 p.m. ; into me ngnt-iieia oaicony, his second homer in 93 at-bats this season. - The A's got their next run on a decision by umpire Russ Friday's Game Winnipeg at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m. can font, a.Ji, ivn-ti-ivui D A. Welbring, 6,250, 72-70-71-65 - 27B Dan Pooley, 6,250. 69-68-68-73 - 278 Tze-Chung Chen 4,250, 73-68-68-69- 278 Jim Colbert, 6,250, 69-71-71-67-278 Jay Haas, 6,250, 72-70-69-67 - 278 Ken Green. 4.375. 68-75-69-67 - 279 World University Games auto racing 1 , uoetz in tne sixth when he called Rickey Henderson s curling fly ball in the right-field corner a fair ball. : ; Glenn Wilson dived at it, but the ball glanced off his glove ; in foul territory. By the time Wilson realized Goetz called it !.! II... J . ... . soccer Bob Twav, 4,375, 73-70-68-68- 279 Mark Lye, 4,375, 72-69-70-68 - 279 Ronnie Black, 4,375, 70-70-67-72-279 Calvin Peele, 3,150, 69-73-73-65- 280 Wallv Armstrong. 3.150. 66-72-68-74 -280 3,150, Buddy Gardner 67-71-73-69-260 70-73-68-69- 280 Pepsi Grand Prix BRAINERD, Minn. - (AP) - Top finishers In Sunday's SOO-kkometer, SSO.OOO Pepsi Grand Prix at Bralnerd International Raceway, In the International Motor Sports Association chamoionshia (times available only first and second iair, nenoerson was on nis way to tmrd. ' r . Wilson and manager Snarkv Anderson ureued with George Archer, 3,150, Mike Morley, 3,150, American League WESTERN DIVISION 70-70-72-68-28O 70-73-70-67 - 280 Howard Twlttv, 3,liu, W L GP GA BP Pts 70-72-71-48 - 281 Jim Denl, 1,976.58, i Goetz, to no avail, and Ricky Peters singled for the second Dallas 9 9 30 30 32 77 finishers): 1. Al Holbert, Warrington, Pa., and Jim Detroit 9 9 27 31 27 72 Okla. City 5 13 16 36 II 43 Canadian PGA BOISCHATEL. Quebec - (UPI) Trueman, Amiln, Ohio, Porsche EASTERN DIVISION March; lime 3:10.640; average speed Jacksonville 14 3 45 21 39 109 Final scares and money winners ki the Pennsylvania 7 11 31 35 34 74 Women's Singles (Semifinals) Lucia Romanov, Romania, def. Xinvi LI, China, 6-0, 6-0 (Finals) Championship: Cecilia Fernandez, U.S., defeated Olga Zavtseva, Soviet Union, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 Third Place: Lucia Romanov, Romania, defeated Xlnyl LI, China, 6-0, 6-0 Men's Doubles (Semifinals) Blnaghl-Blttl, Italy, defeated Wosten-holme-Bengston, 6-2, 6-1. Arons-Sevely, U.S., defealed Bucur-Marcu, Romania, 7-6, 6-7, 6-2. Third Place: Bucur-Marcu, Romania, defeated Woslenholme-Bengslon, Canada, 6-3, 6-4. Championship: Arons-Sevely, U.S., defeated Blnaghl-Blttl, Italy, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, 5-7, 10-6. Women's Doubles (Semifinals) Dewls-Hetherlngton, Canada, def. Dries-Haas, West Germany, 6-4, 6-3. Mixed Doubles (Quarterfinals) Cherneva-Fllev, Soviet Union, def. Ll-Llu, China, 7-6, 3-6, 8-6. (Semifinals) Carolina 9 9 26 23 25 65 Women's 100 meters Final: 1 Irene Podyalovskaya, Soviet Union, 1:59 29; 2. Robin Campbell, U.S., 1:59 61; 3. Diona Ofelia Mellnte, Romania, 1:5993; 4. Svellana Kltova, Soviet Union, 2:01.66; 5. Diana Rltchburg, U.S., 2:0232; 76 Heather Barralel, Australia, 2:03.30.; 7. Margaret Llndenmann, Switzerland, 2:04.09, 8. Krlsly McDermott, Britain, 2:04.37. Women's 4x400-meter relay Final: 1. Soviet Union (Louidmlla Borl sova, larvsa Krylova, Marcia Piniglna and Elena Korban) 3:24.97 (Games record, previous record 3:26.25 set by Soviet Union, 1981); 2. Canada (Molly Killing-beck, Toronto; Marlta Payne, Concord, On!.; Charmalne Crooks, Toronto, and Julian Richardson, Calgary) 3:25.26; 3. United Stales (Kella Bolton, Easier Gabriel. Sharon Dabney and Arllse Emmerson) 3:34.64. Women's Javelin Final: 1. Beale Peters, West Germany, 219 feel 4 Inches; 2. Fausla Qulnla-valla, Italy, 206' 11": 3. Mavra Vila Machado, Cuba, 204' 6"; 4. Szada Klrk-wldre, Soviet Union, 190' 5"; 5. Fenghua Ding, China, 186'; 6. Eml Matsui, Japan, 184' 4", 7. Pally Kearney, U.S., 174' 11". NOTE: Five points are awarded far a win, and one bonus point for ever goal Canadian Professional Golfers' Association championship on the par-72, 4,525-yard Royal Quebec GoH Club course: Lee Trevlno $20,000 47-45-49-70-271 Tommy Nakailma 11,600 48-47-70-49- 274 Dave Barr 7,700 49-47-73-49-278 Dan Halldorson 5,150 48-44-74-70- 260 Saturday's Results BASKETBALL (Men) Final Round Egypt 112 Lebanon 87 Ivory Coasl 69 Australia 58 South Korea 100 Mexico 85 Senegal 61 Angolo 70 China 14 Israel 63 Finland 94 Britain 87 Third Place United Slates 119 Cuba 91 Championship Canada 83 Yugoslavia 48. 'Women) Semifinal Round West Germany 94 Spain 70 Canada 42 France 54 Romania 97 China 68 United Slates 86 Yugoslavia 85 VOLLEYBALL (Men) Semifinal Round Paraguay defeated Kuwait, 15-11, 10-15, 15-11, 9-15, 15-10 Brazil defealed Belgium, 15-5, 15-6, 15-2 United States defeated West Germany, 14-16, 15-0, 15-13, 10-15, 1-8 China defeated France, 15-12, 8-15, 15-10, 152 Mexico defealed Guatemala, 15-4, 15-6, 15-3 Cuba defeated Italy 3-2, 11-15, 15-9, 12-15, 15-6, 15-13 Canada defealed South Korea. 15-5. scored with a maximum of three per same. Two are awarded to a ktsbn team In a shootout; these points are listed ki bonus. No points for loss In regulation 98 42 mph; prize Jio.uoo. 2. David Cowarl, Tampa,. Fla., and Kemper Miller, Plllsford, N.Y., Che-vvroletMarch, 32.30 seconds, plus one lap behind leaders. $5 000 3. John Kalagian. Folly Beach, S C., and John MWs, Howd, Mich., Chevrole-Lola, 13,000. 4. Bob Akin, Osslnlng, N.Y., and Dennis Aase. Orange, Calif., Porsche 935, S2.000. 5. Don Debendorff, Los Angeles, and Tony Adamowlcz,, Culver City, Calif., Del-sun 280ZX, $1,500. 6. Fomfor, El Salvador, BMW Ml, 11,250. 7. Roger Mandevllle, Spartanburg, S C., and Amos Johnson, Raleigh, N.C., Mazda RX7, $1,000. Robbie Phillips 5,150 70-71-73-44-280 Graham Gunn 3,900 71-45-75-70-281 time. Goals m overtime count for bonus points; no bonus points for shootout goals. Sunday's Ciim Carolina 2, Detroit 0. Pennsylvania 3, Dallas 1, OT. Gery Wellne 2,600 69-71-72-73 - 285 Bob Charles 2,600 69-73-73-70- 285 Juan Plnzon 2,600 71-71-72-71-265 Daniel Talbot 2.600 67-72-72-74-285 Saturday's Game Oklahoma 3, Detroit 1. Mark 5hushack 2,000 69-71-73-73 - 286 Arnold Palmer 2.000 73-74-69-70- 286 Jerry Anderson 2,000 72-70-71-73 - 286 Antonio GarrldO 1,800 73-73-71-70- 287 Jim Rulledge 1,650 72-72-70-74- 288 J.L Lamarre 1.650 70-76-74-48-288 6. Jim Downing, Atlanta, and John Maf Men's 4x4O0-meter relay fuccl, Conyers, Ga., Mazda RX7, S900. Final: 1. United Stales (Sunder Nix, El 9. Joe Varde, Tampa, Fla., and Jack ItSl cycling Jill Helherlngton, Canada (Peterborough), and Bill Jenkins, Saskatoon, defeated Daniel Goldle and Jennifer Good-ling, U.S., 6-3, 6-4. CYCLING Revised men's Individual points race, Nnal: 1. Viktor Manakov, Soviet Union; 2. Gheorghe, Romania; 3. Robert lion laoron, Aionzo Barbers and Cliff Baldwin, Woodstock, Ga., Mazda RX7, Serge Thlvlerge 1,350 71-72-75-71-289 luu. Wiley) 3:01.24; 2. Soviet Union (Victor Markln, Sergey Kulsebo, Evgeny Lomtev and Alexandre Troscllo), 3:01.58; 3. Michel Boyer 1,350 72-72-73-72 - 289 John Colwell 1,350 72-74-77-66 - 269 Howard Atkinson 1,350 74-74-70-71-289 10. Wayne Baker, San Diego, Calif., and Bob Raub, Aurora, Colo., Pontlac 15-13, 15-9 Lebanon defealed Britain, 15-9, 6-15, Tour de France Firebird, 750. h ranee, 1:04 8V; 4. Japan, 3:05.28, 5. Canada (John Keay, Doug Hinds, Tim pezzain, prance; 4. Kazuo Takikawa, Japan; 5. Alexandre Krasnov, Soviet 11. Logan Balckburn. Indianapolis, Ind., Seymour Rose 050 73-73-75-69- 290 PAU. France - (AP) - Tour de Belhune, and Michel Sokolowskl , 3:05.95; Dalsun 280ZX. 1700. Yves Tremblev 850 73-72-71-75- 291 France cycling results for Sunday's ninth Union; 6. Antonio Hernedz-Perez, Cuba; 7. Michel Lacoullne, Canada (Montreal); 8. 12. Ull Blerl, Canada, and Matt Gvsler, Phil Glroux 850 72-72-76-71-291 ; uaxiana run. Wayne Krenchicki's second error of the day produced the ' final run in the eighth. His two-base bobble put Peters at ! second, and Peters slid safely under Parrish's tag after Bill ; Almon's hit to center. : how they scored i w Oakland 5th Berenguer pitching. Hancock homered into the upper ' deck in right. Meyer bounced out. Heath and Phillips died out. 1-0 A't. Oakland 6th Wilson missed a diving try at Henderson's fly ball in the ' right-field corner, which fell for a triple. Peters singled to right for a run, then '. was caught stealing. Almon walked. Lopes flied out. Bailey replaced fierenguer. Gross flied out. 2-0 A'i. !v i Oakland 8th Lemon dived to catch Phillips' fly ball. Henderson 1 grounded out. Krenchicki booted Peters' grounder for a two-base error. ! Almon singled through the middle, and Peters was safe at the plate as t f arrish missed the tag after Lemon's throw. Almon took second on the play. J pes was Intentionally walked. Gross popped up. 3-0 A'i. .ii u Detroit 9th Codiroli pitching. Trammell, pinch-hitting, walked. Whit-Jker singled to center, Trammell stopping at second. Burgmeier replaced Codiroli. Herndon, pinch-hitting, singled to center for a run, Whitaker ; stppping at second. Wockenfuss was announced as a pinch hitter. Beard . replaced Burgmeier. Wockenfuss walked, loading the bases. Morris pinch-' ran tor Wockenfuss. Jones replaced Beard. Parrish homered into the left 1 JietcT upper deck, a game-ending grand slam. 'Final icore: Tlgera 5, A'i 3. i i i . Omaha stuns Triplets in 9th, 7-6 : OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Ron Johnson doubled home Steve Hammond with the winning run in the bottom of the ! ninth to lift the Omaha Royals to a 7-6 victory over the lEvansville Triplets Sunday night. ; ' Omaha, trailing 6-5 entering the final inning, started its ; rally with Dave Leeper's single with one out. Hammond also ' singled before Johnson delivered his two-out double down I the left-field line. ! Mark DeJohn and Bill Nahorodny homered for Evansville ; as -the Triplets scored all their runs off starter Danny ; Jackson in the first 2 innings. leg, a 207.kHometer (lM-mile) course between Bordeaux and Pau: Canada. BMW Ml. S650. 13. Pele Halsmer, Los Angeles, and Rick Austria, 10. Edwin Paul Slaughter, U S; Syracuse Seniors Knoop, vi. i, cant., Mazda kx. sow 1. Philippe Chevalller, France, 5 h 46:42 (30 sec. bonus). II. Women's Individual pursuit, final: 1 14. Reed Kinder, Canal Fulton, Ohio, SYRACUSE, N.Y. - (UPI) - Final Datsun 2BOZX, Siw. 2. Gerard Veldscholten, the Netherlands, 2:37 behind (20 sec. bonus). i j-ii, o-u, 1 5-j (Women) Final: 1. Brazil; 2. China; 3. Japan; 4. Canada; 5. West Germany; 6. U.S.; 7. Mexico; I. Italy; 9. France; 10. Switzerland, 11. Guatemala; 12. Lebanon. Third Place: Japan defeated Canada 3-0 (15-6, 15-10, 15-7). Championship: Brazil defeated China 3-1 (15-12, 6-15, 15-7, 15-6). FENCING (Men's Team Sabre) Final: 1. Soviet Union (Serguel Korlai klne, Yvegeny Tsukhlo,, Alexandre Vin-nlk, Serguel Mlndlgrassov and Evguenl Paltchadze); 2. Italy (Marco Marin, Gio scores and money wMnes In the si 50.000 15. Billy Hagen, Lafavelte, La., and Gene Nadeida Kibardlna, Soviet Union; 2. Jean-nle Longo, France; 3. Tamara Pollakova, Soviet Union; 4. Yue Lu, China; 5. Valerie greater Syracuse seniors Pro Clas 3. Sean Kelly, Ireland, 2:49 behind (10 sec. Fellon, Marietta, Ga., S500. sic played ever the 71 -par 6,604-vard bonus . Beiiovuo country Club course. 4. E tlenne de Wilde, Belgium. 2:49 behind. 5. Johan van der Velde, the Netherlands, 69-69-70-67-275 Miller 200 Gene Littler $25,000 Don January 15,000 65-75-65-72-277 same time. (.narirand, Canada (Montreal); 6. Xin-gvan Zhang, China; 7. Nancy Anne Merlo, U.S.; 8. Maureen Culligan, U.S. DIVING (Preliminary round) Men's 10-meter platform: 1. Gregory Loug anls, U.S., 605.13 points; 2. Hongping WEST ALLIS, WIS. - (AP) - The Jim Ferree 12,000 68-66-73-73-280 6. West Germany, 3:05.97; 7. Senegal, 3:10.40, 6. Jamaica, 3:12.59. Men's Marathon Final: 1. Alesslo Faustlni, Italy, 2:17:09 5, 2. Giovanni D'Aleo, Italy, 2:17:19 7; 3. Michael Spoltel, West Germany, 2:18:11.6, 4. Toshlhiro Shlbulanl, Japan, 2:18:494; 5 Vgeny Okorokov, Soviet Union, 2:18:54.3, 6. Yakov Tolsllkov, Soviet Union. 2:22:303. 7. Lloyd Ness, U.S., 2:22:50.3; 8. Christopher Bunyan, Britain, 2:24 21 2; 9. Alessandro Raslello, Italy, 2:25:18.4; 10. Patrick Asaketlle, New Zealand, 2:26:37.5; II. Allosha Karoushkov, Bulagrla, 2:26:55.5; 12. Shlgemasa Ikeda, Japan, 2:27:34.0, 13. Rov Lambert, Canada (Edmonton), 2:27:52.0; 14. Mario Perez, Mexico, 2:31:50.6, 15. Esau Zwane, Swaziland. 2:32.02.5; 16. Francisco Sllva, Mexico, 2:46:28.1. Women's Marathon Final: 1. Sarah Rowell, Britain, 2:47:36 2, 2. Kathv Roberts, CanadalLon-don, Onl ), 2:52:46 I; 3. Margie Kaput, U.S., 2:54:027; 4. Maria Truiillo. Mexico, 2:57:33.3; Lorrle Divldorff, U.S. (did not finish). 6. Benny van Brabant, Belgium, s.l. 7. Frits Plrard, the Netherlands, s.t. I. Stevens Rooks, the Netherlands, s.l. 9. Hennle Kuloer. the Netherlands, s.l. finish of Sunday's MMer 200 America nJ Speed Association stock car race with type of car, laps completed and winner's Rod Funseth 9,000 Billy Casper 9,000 Paul Harney 6,000 DatAr Thnmirtn C A7C average speed: 10. Plerangelo Blncolelto, Italy, s.t. 1. Alan Kulwlckl, Firebird, 200 laps Overall Standings (after nine legs) 70- 68-72-71-281 71- 66-71-73-261 72- 68-70-72-282 69- 73-69-72-283 70- 69-73-71-283 76-67-78-66-289 71- 74-75-69-289 74-69-76-70-289 72- 74-73-70-269 73- 73-72-71-289 Gay Brewer 5.07$ Bob Goalby 3,720 Kel Naela 3,720 Howie Johnson 3,720 B, irk AHam. 1 7fa 1. Sean Kelly, Ireland, 42 h 06:38. 2. Kim Andersen, Denmark, 01 sec. behind. Bob Erickson j,720 3. Philip Anderson, Australia, 39 sec. u. i is mpn. 2. Bob Senneker, Camaro, 200. 3. Joe Rullman, Camaro, 200. 4. Gary Balough Camaro, 200. 5. Mike Miller, Camaro, 200. 6. Bulch Miller, Camaro, 200. 7. Mark Martin, Firebird, 200. 6. Bobby Dotler, Firebird. 200. 9. Jodv Ridley. Firebird. 199. behind. Guy Wolstenholme 2,800 72-71-75-72-290 vanni scalzo, Glanlranco Dalla Barba, Ferdlnando Meglio and Massimo Cava-llere); 3. Hungary (Lazio Csongradl, Dr. Gvorgy Games!, Andres Szeley and Bence Szabo). WATER POLO (Preliminary round) Pool A United Slates 11 Australia I Italy 6 China 5 Canada 6 Netherlands S Peel B Romania 10 Soviet Union 10 Japan 11 Brazil 9 TENNIS Men's Singles (Semifinals) Daniel Goldle, U.S., def. Alexandr Zverev, Soviet Union, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 Richard Guillen, U.S., def. Jochen Settlemaver, West Germany, 6-3, 6-3 4. Joop Zoetemelk, the Netherlands, 1:24 LI, China, 604.20; 3. Hul Tons, China, 604.17, 4. Bruce Kimball, U S, 597.00. TRACK AND FIELD Men's 400-meter hurdles Final: 1. Alexander Kharlov, Soviet Union, 49.41; 2. Amadou Dia Ba, Senegal, 49.94; 3. Mark Patrick. U.S., 50.28, 4. Rafael Azulay, Spain 51.07; 5. Dmitry Shkaroupln, Soviet Union, 51.31; 6. Julius Mercer, U.S., 52.31; 7. Axel Salander, West Germany, 53.53, Omorl Shigenorl, did not finish. Men's 1,500 meters Final: 1. Claudlo Patrlgnanl, Italy, 3:41.02; 2. Andreas Barbanski, West Germany, 3:41.21; 3. Geoffrey Turbull, Britain, 3 41.24; 4. A. Vera, Spain, 3:41.27; 5. Stefano Mel, Italy, 3:41.81; Miller Barber 2.800 73-71-70-76-290 behind. 5. Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke, Belgium, Mike Selchlck 2,475 Jerry Barber 2,475 Ed Rubls 2.250 2:10 behind. 10. Terry Senneker, Firebird, 199. 6. Stephen Roche, Ireland, 2:14 behind. 7. Hennle Kulper, the Netherlands, 2:27 75-71-74-71-291 71-75-73-72-291 73- 70-73-76-292 71- 72-73-77-293 77-74-73-70-294 75-70-77-72-294 77-75-70-72-294 72- 75-74-73-294 74- 72-73-75-294 The Scoreboard and Baseball Pages are compiled by Tim behind. Doug Ford 2,100 Berl Weever 1,710 Al Balding 1.710 Jack Fleck 1,710 Art Sllveslrone 1.710 I. Pascal Simon, France, 2:45 behind. 9. Claude Moreau. France. 2:46 behind. Marcinkoski, with Nancy Barnett, Steve Crowe, Bernie Czar-niecki, Mark Josaitis and George Witkowski. 10. Daniel Wlllems, Belgium, 2:47 behind. Bill Collins 11,710 ' jPre-season pick Ipiits Irish gridders M top, U-M No. 3 Air Condition Now . . . M0000 Rebate In the Baseball Hall of Fame, the Jackie Robinson signature says its the genuine article. I I or FREE Extenda Phone . , -?!Srf Immediate Installation I kV-i on High-Etticiency ; ST. LOUIS -(UPI) -The Sporting News has chosen Notre Dame as its No. 1 team for the 1983 college football season, despite coach Gerry Faust's Itwo-season record of 11-10-1. j:: Rounding out the sports weekly's op 10 picks, in order, are Texas, Michigan, Auburn, Oklahoma, Florida State, Nebraska, Louisiana State, Southern California and Iowa. lu v b ;fv; The Sporting News, in its edition for distribution Monday, said it picked Notre Dame No. 1 as an "emotion-stirring long shot." , ;A revised schedule, excellent recruits, the quarterbacking of Blair Kiel and great depth among receivers, running backs and the defensive line led to the choice of Notre Dame as the best team for this fall, the newspaper said. J " Its remaining top 20 picks, in order, are Alabama, North Carolina, Arizona, Texas A&M, Miami (Fla.), Florida, Ohio jState, Penn State, Ceorgia and Illinois. ; . AIR CONDITIONERS 5-Ytar Guarantee) On Compressor Including Labor by Flam Furnac 17 ML A H In film developing, its this new signature. Ask for processing by Kodak. I FlU R tJ A C E O Vktmm Kodak Company, 198) JJ a- a aujfciaiaitojjaan ia.ajfc,ekj.i mutagen a. aqi

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