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Page Twelve



day, August 2, 19


By The Associatf-d Pr-sn
ATLANTA - Jerry Mmphre
broke a tie in the sixth innin
with his second rn-scoring dou
ble of the game. lif ing the St
Louis Cardinsts t'> - 6-S victorr
over the Atlanta Braves las
Mumphrey's first hit, in the
third inning, broke a 2-2 tie tha
had been created by a pair o
two-run homers in the first in
ning by Garry Templeton of the
Cards and Jeff Blnrroughs o
the Braves.
The Cardinals went on to
score three runs in the third,
but the Braves tied the score
again in the fifth, at 5-5, on a
three-run homer by Cito Gas-
Lou Brock's walk with one out
in the sixth set the stage for
Mumphrey's game-winning dou
ble off Max Leon, 4-4. Winner
Tom Underwood, 6-6, had al-
ready left the game for a pinch-
hitter earlier in the inning.
Clay Carroll and Butch Metz-
ger each pitched two innings of
shutout ball for the Cardinals,
with Metzger earning his third
Templeton had a triple and
two singles to go with his home
McCovey blasts
MONTREAL - Willie Mc-
Covey's grand slam homer
Triplets rou
By United Pre
three-run homers last-night to F
baseball victory against the Detr
The Triplets from the Amet
runs in the first ginning to grab

sip byBraves, 6-5;
Gan slapas Xpos, 9-
keyed a five ron third inning Bailor had singled prior to
Y and he added a solo shot in the Fairly's blast.
g seventh to carry the San Fran-
cisco Giants to a 9-2 triumph The homer gave rookie
. over the slumping Montreal Ex- Jim Clancy, who was recent-
y pos last night. called up" from Jersey City
4 It was the 18th career grand of the Eastern League, his
slarn for McCovey, the National first major league victory.
e Leavoe leader in that depart- Clancy, 1-1, lost in his firstw-
t ment. Be now has 19 homers outing last week. Sorenson,
f this sason and four against the 2-5, took the .loss.
- Expos.-
Loser Wayne Twitchell, 2-7, The Brewers tallied both
f got into trouble in the third by their rns in the fourth on Ce- .
walking Derrel Thomas, giv- cil Cooper's double, a run-scor- -
ing up an infield hit to Jac- ing sicgle by Don Money, who
kie Clark and another base moved all the way to third on
on balls to Gary Thomas- Fairly's error in right field, and
son. tim Wynn's sacrifice fly. It
McCrec worrked the cortot to was Fairly's first fielding mis-
2-2 against Twitchell and, after coe of the se-son.
rfouling off a couple of pitches,
r blasted a shot into the right Reds trip Cubs
field bleachers.
Montefusco went the route, CININNATI -GCrrge Foster
giving up 10 hits and striking slogged a pair a two - ron
homers and Dan Driessen drill-
ait 0.ed a tie-breaking triple to
ower the Cincinnati Reds to a
Brewers bounced 7-6 victory over the Chicago
TORONTO - Ron Fairly hit C'bs in a nationally-televised
his 200th career homer - a baseball game last night.
three run shot in the sixth in- Pedro Borbon, 6-4, hurled
ring - to give the Toronto Blre 22
SJays a 3-2 victory over the Mil- innings in relief of Tom
Seaver to earn the victory.
warukee Brewers last night. Paul Reuschel, 4-4, took the
Fairtey lined a two-ottt pitrlr los
off former Wolverine Lary Sor-
enson over the right field fence Foster's home runs both came
for his 14th home run of the after two-out walks to Joe Mar- sj Nom'
season. Steve Staggs and Bob gan in the first and third in-
nings. Foster's big night boosted
his major league-leading totals AP thorn
to 34 homers and 102 RBI L CHICAGO CUB LARRY BITTNER safely slides into secon
Driessen's eighth-inning triple for a stolen base against the Cincinnati Reds in last night'
igh u T3f l l i scored Foster to snap a s-s tie,
and Driessen scored on Johnny game. More noteworthy in that game, however, was the cot
Bench's single. That turned out tinued spectacular hitting of Cincinnati's George Foster, wh
ess International to be the eventual winning run nailed a pair of two-run homers to give his team an earl
olinaro and John Valle both socked after Bill Buckner hit a homer 4-3 lead over the Cubs. The round-trippers gave Foster I
ead Evansville to an 8-6 exhibition in the Chicago ninth. - homers already this season.
.it Tigers.
rican Association erupted for four NEW YORK-CHICAGOVI
an early lead against their major NE Y fR , CViE


league affiliate and then absorbed a five-run sixth frame for a
temporary deficit.
Valle's four-bagger keyed the initial Evansville burst while
Lance Parrish also hit a solo home run in the inning. Molinaro
them added the final four runs, including an RBI single in the_
sixth and the game-winning homer in the eighth.
Tom Veryzer hit a three-run homer for Detroit and Phil Man- From Wire Service Reports Beame said a task force will Chicago is interested in hos
kowski added a solo blast, both in the sixth as the Tigers took a The mayors of the nation's two be named to spearhead the cam- the 1984 Summer Olympic
6-4 advantage. Other RBIs went to Ron LeFlore and Bob Adams. largest cities displayed much in-. paign to bring the Games to his the federal government will
The winning pitcher was Dave Tobick while Steve Grilli took terest yesterday in hosting the city. most of the costs.
the loss. 1984 Summer Olympics in their nilano -d-i --d Ci~ 1 4"111 -'


Entries for the following sports are due this week at the IM
Bldg. (Hoover Street):
Pinball .............. .. Tuesday, August 2
Jogging Meet . . ... . Tuesday, August 2
Racquetball (singles) .. Monday, August 8
Table Tennis (singles) Monday, August 8
Anyone having a permanent locker in CCRB, IM Bldg., or
NCRB must eitherrenew it for next year by August 19, 1977,or
clear it out by the same date. All remaining articles will be re-
moved and disposed of.
If you want to renew your locker, you may do so either in per-
son or by mail during the renewal period, August 1-19.
All lockers not renewed during this period will go on general
sale on a first come, first served basis beginning Saturday, Sep-
tember 10 at 9:00 a.m. at the three recreation buildings.
There will be an early sale of User Passes to help cut down on
those long September lines. The sale dates are August 1-19, Monday
thrp Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Wednesday, 5:00 p.m.-9:00
For those of you wanting to renew your User Pass, bring in
your old pictured I.D. to the Main Office at CCRB.

respective towns.
Mayors Abraham D Beame of
New York and Michael Bilandic
of Chicago both made similar
announcements within a few
hours of each other, with their
plans being contingent on fed-
eral funding to help run the
BEAME SAID that he will
seek federal legislation to pro-
vide $300 million to any Ameri-
can city chosen as the site for
the 1984 Summer Olympics.
Beame said he would wage
"an all out drive" to have New
York City selected for the
Games by the United -States
Olympic Committee,
A federal grant will be neces-
sary, he said, "because no city
in the nation can afford to stage
the Summer Games without help
from the federal government."
Late Basebaii
Toronto 3, Milwaukee 2
St. Louts 6, Atlanta 5
San Francisco 9, Montreal 2
Cincinnati 7, Cbicago 6

THE MAYOR urged all may-
oral candidates to "put politics
aside"- and support the cam-
"The benefits that would ac-
crue to New York City for the
1984 Games would be tremen-
dous for us and I ask all candi-
dates for mayor to stand to-
gether on this issue," he said.
, MEANWHILE, Bilandic said

tanaic to a 1-yty a ti
conference that the city has c
tacted the' International Oly
pics Committee about the Su
mer Games.
"We are definitely interest
with certain basic condition
Bilandic said. "One is that
would not impair the financ
condition of Chicago."
He said that would requ
heavy federal financing.

Major Leag:e Standiings
East - East
W L Pet. GB W L Pct.Gt
Boston 58 43 .574 - Chicago 60 41 .594 -
Baltimore 59 44 .573 - Philadelphia 59 43 .5781
New York 5t 45 503 i Pittsbur h 59 44 .53t
Detroit 40 55 .455 it St. Louis 56 40 .5381
Milwaukee 46 57 .447 13 Montreal 854 .47i1
Cleveland 44 56 440 13 New York 43 58 A 1
Toronto 35 66 .347 23 West
West Los Angeiles 66 31 .635 -
Chicago 62 38 .620 - Cincinnati 51 51 .500
Kansas City 56 43 .566 5i' Houston 48 57 457 18
Minnesota 59 46 .562 5 San Francisco 47 58 .448 t1
Texas 54 45 .545 7% S an Diego 45 62 .421
Caifornia 47 53 .470 15- Atlanta 31 65 i_63 f
Seattle 46 61i.430 19% Late games not included
Oakland 4t 60 A12 21
Late games not included Today's games
Todays games San Francisco at Montreal,7;
Cleveland at Milwaukee (2), 7 p.m. pm
Kansas City at Minnesota, 8:30 San Diego at PhiladelPhia,
p.m. p.m.
Texas at Chicago, 8:36 p.m st. Louis at Atlanta, 7:36 pin-
New Yotk at Californla, 10:39 p.m. Chicago at Cincinnati, a P--m
Boston At Seattle, 10:36 p.m. Los Angeles at New York, P
Only games scheduled Pittsburgh at I1oustO, 8:39 P%

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