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Page Twelve


Wednesday, July 6, 197


Birds nip Tigers on error
tial double-play grounder by yesterday to lead Montre
9teAndre- Mora, and the relay the Chicago Cubs 9-8 1
ROZem OjUfrom Fuentes bounced high off Expos' seventh straightv
the helmet of the sliding De- Dawsbn hit a solo hor

al pas
hbr th
ne rtn

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Ken Single-
ton scored the winning run on a
seventh-inning throwing error by
Detroit second baseman Tito
Fuentes, giving the Baltimore
Orioles a 2-1 victory over the
Tigers in the opener of yester-
day's twi-night doubleheader.
Singleton, w) drove in Balti-
more's first run with a fourth-
inning sacrifice fly, singled to
open the seventh off rookie Dave
Rozema, 7-4, and moved to sec-
ond on a one-ont single by Doug
Third baseman Phil Man-
hlawski then bobbled a poten-
ab r h bi
Lele f 4 0 00
Fuets 2b 4 00 0
Staub dh 4 0 0 0
Kemp If 4 0 0 0
Tmspslb 4 0 100
Otlivie rt 3 0 1 0
MMay c 3 1 1 0
Manski 3b 3020
Veryzrs 2 0 1 1
Corern ph 1 0 1 0
Scrivrn ss 0 0 0 0
Total 32 1 7 1
abr h bi
15,,,ehn, a o n 0
Dauer n2b 4 1 2 0
Muses lb 4 0 2 0
Singltn rf 3 1 1 1
Mrsy dh 3 0 1 0
laencs Oh 3 0 1 0
Rohusn 3h 0 0 0 0
MoaaIf 3 0 0 0
ShopayIf 0 0 00
Omsy c 3 01 0
BOeingr ss 3 0 0 0
Total 30 2 10 1
Detroit 000010000--1
Baltimore 0 0 0 1 0 0 10x-2
E-Dauer, Fuentes, Leflore. DP-
Detroit 1, Baltimore 2. LOB - De-
troit 5,Baltimore 5. 2B - Oglvie.
SF - Singlt~con.
Rozema (L,7-4) 0102 2 0 5
almcc1(W,1-8) 9 7 1:11152

Cinces. Singleton scored the
tie-breaking run and DeCinces
had to leave the game after
complaining of dizziness.
The Tigers scored in the fifth
off winner Jim Palmer, 10-8, on
consecutive tvo-out singles by
Milt May, Mankowski and Tom
Palmer retired Rusty Staub in
the eighth with two runners in
scoring position.
Cubbies slipping
CHICAGO - Andre Dawson
hit two home runs and a single
and drove in four rung, and To-
ny Perez batted in three runs

in the third inning, singled In
a run in the sixth and hit his
10th homer with a man aboard
in the eighth. Perez drilled a
two-run single in the second
after the Expos had scored
two unearned runs in the first
Stan Bahnsen, -2, sr th
winner but left the ganme Ite
working six innings in the 9(
degree heat. Tom Walker relies
ed but Will McEnaney sad ;
get Walker out of tronie in l
seventh and earned his thit
san e.
The loss was the seventi
the last eight starts for ttie skik
ding Cubs.

MONTREAL EXPO DAVE CASk tlps tne ball to teammate
Andre Dawson after fielding Chicago Cub Manny Trillo's fly
ball in yesterday's game at Chicago. The Expos defeated the
once-surprising Cubs, 9-8.

Zisk, Cromartie grab
player of week honors
From Wire Service Retlrts
NEW YORK - Richie Zisk, the Chicago White Sox outield
who had three game-winning hits for the week enning li 3. h
been named American League player of the week, At tPresidei
Lee MacPhail announced Monday.
During that week, Zisk hit .357, drove in 12 runs and had thrs
Runnerup to Zisk was Kansas City's Andy Hassler, who was
2-0 on the mound for the week, including a one-hitter against
Cleveland. He allowed only seven hits in 15 1-3 innings during
the week and had an 0.95 earned run average.
Meanwhile, in the National League, Montreal's Warren Cr
martie was named player of the week for the week ending July
for hitting .432 during that period, including a five-for-five gam
Runnerup for the award was Cincinnati's Joe Morgan, who hit .
during the week.
The National League also announced its picks for player at
pitcher of the month.
George Foster of Cincinnati, winner of player of the month
award twice last year, earned that title again after hitting .333
in June with 38 RBI and nine home runs.
Chicago's Rick Reuschel, a 28-year-old righthander, receive
the best pitcher award by virtue of a 5-0 record in eight pitchb
appearances, including a save in his one relief appearance.
:; ?: - ' :'"a i "s:!:nf: : .:e ,' ,ti;. 5 s ..:.....
Major League Stanu1"S
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Orr headed upfront?

By The Associated Press
TORONTO - The Toronto
Star says Bob Pulford will be
the new general manager-coach
of the Chicago Black Hawks,
Bobby Orr will step into the ad-
ministrative end of the opera-
tions and Tommy Ivan, Hawks'
GM since 1954 will become a
vice-president of the National
Ifockey League club.

in yesterday's edition of The
Star, says the new setup will be
announced at a news conference
tn Chicago today.
PULFORD, former star with
the Toronto Maple Leafs who
quit recently in Los Angeles af-
ter f i v e successful seasons
coaching the Kings, has been re-
ported headed for Chicago.

Sports Editor Jim Proudfoot, Orr's future as the game's out-
With the start of a new term comes the beginning of a new
schedule of Recreational Sports Activities.
Entries are due at the IM Building for play in the following:
Basketball ....... ........................Friday, July 8
Volleyball ..............................Friday, July 8
Handball (singles) .................... Monday, July 11
Paddleball (singles) .. ................ Monday, July 11
Squash .,.......... . ...... . ........... Monday, July 11
. ., for more information call 763-3562
Registration for Adolescent Recreation is currently going on at
N.C.R.B., 763-4560. Activities include: basketball and softball.
"Camp Adventure" kids day camp, session I, is taking place
this week at N.C.R.B., 9 a.m.-12 noon; call 763-4560 for information
about session IL.

standing player has been jeib-
pardized by recurring knee in-
juries. The latest on his left
knee-the sixth-is said to hold
little hope for his return to the
game this season, if ever.
Ivan's future as GM of the
Hawks has been tenuous in re-
cent years as the club continued
to spiral out of contention. Long-
time friend and Chicago Moach
Billy Reay was sacked last sea-
son in what was seen as the
start of a camplete house-clean-
ing by owner Bill Wirtz.
PROUDFOOT says the only
remaining question concerns th
fate of Bill White, veteran de-
fensive standout who stepped in
to Reay's job midway in the sea-
son. White apparently will be of-
fered the coaching job at Dallas
of the Central League, left va-
cant when Roger Neilson took
the Leaf coaching job.
Chicago had its worst season
in two decades during 1976-77.
Attendance fell off alarmingly
over the last two years. It fin-
ished 12th over all in the com-
bined NHL standings.
Late baseball games
New York 5, Cleveland 4
Minnesota 3, Milwaukee 2
Kansas City 6, Texas 4
Philadelphias 2, New York 1,
St. Loias 1, Pittsburgh 3
icisti 9, Atlanta 3

W L Pet. GB
New York 45 35 .563 -
Boston 42 34 553 1
Baltimore 44 36 .550 1
Cleveland 37 38 .493 5/
Milwaukee 38 40 .487 6
Detroit 31 42462 8
Toronto 30 48 .315 14
Chicago 45 32 .584 -
Mianesota 43 31 .544 3
Kansas City 41 36 .532 4
Calornia 31 37 .507
Texas 37 40 .481 8
Oakland 34 43 .442 11
Seattle 35 48 .422 13
Late games not included
Yesterday's Remults
Baltimore 2, Detroit 1
Today's games
Detroit at Baltimore, 7:30 p.m.
.Toronto at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Cleveland at New York,.8 p.m.
California at Minnesota,
1:30 p.m.
milwaukee at Kansas City,
1:30 p.m.
Oakland at Texas, 8:30 p.m.
Chicago at Seattle, 10:30 p.m.

w L rut.
Chicago 48 295.623
Philadelphia 44 32 .520
St. Louis 43 30 54
Pittsburgh 41 37 "26
Montreal 37 41 468
New York 31 47 .39
West 67
Los Angelet 54 26 .15
Cininnati 42
Houston 36 44 .450
San Francisco 3 47 .420
San Diego 3349 .402
Atlanta 30 49 .372x
Lateagames not included
Yesterday's Result'
Montreal 9, Chicago 8
Today's Games
Montreal at Cicagso, 2:30 POId
New York at Pliladellia,
7:30 p.m.
St. Louis at Pittsburgb,
7:30 P 7m.p-
Cincnnati at Atlanta :30
-Houston at Los Angeles,
SanDiego at San Frauelse
10:30 p-m.

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