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Page Twelve


Frida J, Iisll, l 1 e

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By The Associated Press help of Ron LeFlore's base- tential tying run stranded. the inning, and White scored. eighth when Len Randle
KANSAS CITY - Vern Ruhle running. Sutherland singled for the Ti- George Brett drilled a triple to third homer of the year,
and Bob Reynolds teamed up LeFlore led off the fifth by gers with one out in the third, send Wohlford home. shot.
for an eight-hitter and Jack beating out a chopper to third, went to second on a ground ball Steve Busby, 11-7, was the * *
Pierce belted a home run, lift- stole second, moved to third on and scored on Willie Horton's loser.
ing the red-hot Detroit Tigers Gary Sutherland's groundout single.* s*Yanks yanked
to a 3-2 triumph over the Kan- and raced home on Leon Rob- Frank White reached first
sas City Royals last night for erts' bouncer. base in the Kansas City third on Lynn lifts NEW YORK - Tony
their ninth straight victory. Ruhle, 8-5, gave up two un- an error by third baseman BOSTON - Fred Lynn drove ripped four hits, one of t
Pierce walloped his homer is earned runs before leaving in Aurelio Rodriguez and stole in four runs ad Cecil o,)per'5 home run, and triggered
the forth to tie the game at 2-2 the ninth with one out and a second. Jim Wohlford grounded run-scoring single in the ot- rallies, leading the Min
and the Tigers scored their man on second. Reynolds carne to Rodriguez, who misplayed the tmn-sctrenin th ot Twins to a 6-3 victory ov
winning run in the fifth with the into the game and left the po- ball for his second error of offse-
p mv., +t---__I...... _ L..spinning New York Ya

hit his
a sol1
hen a
7e. the

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Texas three-run norsti-stne
top of the ninth to }ice the
Boston Red Sox an 8-7 victory
o'er the Raneers lst night.
The Rangers had tied it 7-7
with two wits in tha ton of the
ninth when Toby Bor-ch and
Jinj Snncer singl-d and Jeff
trrra qhs hit a fill--onnt Ortch
hb Re--ie Cle-eland, 6-6, over
the left field well for his 1~th
--me ri, of the season.
RNt in the bottom of the in-
"in, Dennv Doyle drilled a
twor-t single to left off Gav-
lrd Perry, 7-14. Dorle took
s^a'nd on a 'assed ball by Ron
Pruitt and s-ored when Cooper
sineled to left. The victory wid-
ned Roston's American Leo gne
est lead to 2% games over
i11 Arhvl-kee.
Ta-ans hod started its rome-
h-c-k from a 7-3 deficit in the

apitlILI , VGY i tn 1an ees
last night.
Oliva's homer leading off the
second preceded a two-runo doa-
ble by Glenn Borgmann, helh-
i-p the Twins to a 3-0 lead. The
blast was Oliva's eighth of the
After Bobby Bonds hit - home
r-n for the Yankees in the
thir-, his 20th, the Twins built
their land to 5-1 with a two-rin
s\-th. Oli-a and Eric Soderhiolm
siaEe before Jerry Terrell
belted a run-scoring doubl. An-
otther Twins' run scored later it
the inning when Borgmnai
booiced into a dotble p. V.
After the game was delayed
43 ninutes by rain in the mail-
die of the seventh inning, tiue
Yankes Cme back with a rune
on Terry Whitfield's sacriFicc
f V.

Major League Standgngs
East East
W L Pet. GB W L Pit. G6t
Boston 47 37 .560 - Pittsburgh 52 32 .619 -
Milwaukee 45 40 .529 2 Philadelphia 47 39 .547 6
New York 44 40 .524 3 New York 43 38 .531 7'
Baltimore 39 42 .481 614 St. Louis 40 43 .482I i
Cleveland 37 46 .446 91. Chicago 40 47 .460 1
Detroit 37 46 .446 9 i Montreal 34 45 .430 15
West West
Oakland 53 31 .631 - Cincinnati 57 29 .663 -
Kansas City 46 39 .541 7 Los Angeles 48 40 .545 10
Texas 41 46 .481 131; San Francisco 40 45 .471 161"
Chicago 38 44 .463 14 San Diego 40 46 .465 17
California 40 47 .460 14!> Atlanta 36 48 .429 20
Minnesota 38 47 .447 151/ Houston 32 57 .360 26'
Yesterday's Games Yesterday's Games
Boston 8, Texas 7 Chicago 3, San Diego 1
Minnesota 6, New York 3 Montreal at Atlanta, postponed
Detroit 3, Kansas City 2 Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 1
Baltimore at California, inc. Today's Gases
Today's Games San Francisco (Barr 6-7) at Clri-
Minnesota (Blyleven 6-4 and Wiley cago (Bonham 8-6)
1-1)at New York (Gura 2-2 and New York (Matlack 10-6 and Tate
Medich 7-10), 2 twinight 3-7) at Cincinnati (Norman 4-3 and
Texas (Hands 5-4) at Boston (Lee Kirby 6-3), 2, twinight
10-6), night San Diego (McIntosh 7-7 and
Detroit (Lolich 10-5) at Kansas Folkers 3-6) at Pittsburgh (Rooker
City (Pattin 6-5), night 6-4 and Candelarta 3-1), 2, twinight
Chicago (Osteen 4-6) at Milwau- Montreal (Fryman 6-6) at Atlanta
kee (Sprague 1-5 or Slaton 7-8), (Easterly 1-3), night
nightLoAnee(Ru -7atS.Lis
Cleveland (Harrison 3-2) at Cali- Los Angeles (Ra8 -)n 7) at s . Ltis
fornia (Lange 3-1), night (Forsah 8-7), nigt
Baltimore (Torrez 9-5) at Oakland Philadelphia (Christenson 3-1) at
(Blue 12-6), night Houston (Konieczny 4-9), night

AP Photo
KANSAS CITY shortstop Fred Patek grimaces with pain as he twisted his ankle in the first inning
of last night's game between the Royals and the Detroit Tigers. He may have grimaced even
more nine innings later as the streaking Tigers made Kansas City their ninth straight victim. Ben-
gal pitcher Vern Rhule won a 3-2 decision.

Ashe and Connors
favored by Arthur

Major League Leaders

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Wimbledon
champion Arthur Ashe said yes-
terday he would enjoy having
Jimmy Connors as a partner in
the Association of Tennis Pro-
fessionals' Nations Cup tourna-
ment to be played in Kingston,
Jamaica, this fall.
"Personal differences should
be cast aside for national
purposes," Ashe said at a
news conference announcing
the international team com-
petition tournament, alluding
to his off-the-court differences
with Connors, including law-
suits involving the pair.
"I would love to play with
Connors on both the Davis Cup
and Nations Cup teams."
Ashe, who is president of the
ATB, already has qualified for
the U.S. team in the Nations
Cup tournament through a com-
puterized point system being
used by the Association to de-
termine which countries and in-

dividuals are eligible for the
$100,000 event. Connors, who
was defeated by Ashe in the
Wimbledon finals, heads the list
of qualifiers, and ATP executive
director Jack Kramer said in-
vitations had been sent to Con-
nors at several addresses, "hop-
ing that one will reach him."
The United States and Aus-
tralia are the only two na-
tions which already have
clinched places in the eight-
team competition. The other
nations will be determined on
the basis of how their top
singles players fare in various
tournaments between now and
the end of August.
The two players from the na-
tions who qualify according to
the point system will choose a
third players from their coun-
try. The competition will include
two singles and one doubles
The tournament will run from
Sept. 29 to Oct 5.

Based on 200 at Bats.
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Madlack Chi 75 302 42 106 .351
Morgan Cin 80 279 58 97 .348
Sangtillen Pgh 73 264 29 88 .333
Cash Phi 86 362 62 119 .329
T. Simmons stL81 286 44 94 .329
D. Parker Pgh 72 266 41 87 .327
Joshua SF 67 250 36 81 .324
W~aston tnt 81 303 38 98 .323
Bowa Phi 60 209 32 83 .320
Brock StL 76 299 51 95 .318
Home Runs
Luzinski, Philadelphia 23; Bench,
Cincinnati, 18; Kingman, New York,
15; Schmidt, Philadelphia 15; D.
Parker, Pittsburgh, 15; G. Foster,
Cincinnati, 15.
Runs Batted In
Luzinski, Philadelphia, 75; Bench,
Cineinnati, 70; Morgan, Cincinnati,
60; Watson, Hlouston, 58; Stat,
New York, 57.
Pitching (8 Decisions)
Billingham, Cincinnati, 10-3, .769;
Seaver, New York, 13-4, .765; Gullett,
Cincinnati, 9-3, .750; R. Jones, San
Diego, 11-5, .688; Messersmith, Los
Angeles, 12-6, .667; Kison, Pitts-
burgh, 8-4, .667; S. Stone, Chicago,
6-3, .667; Kirby, Cincinnati, 6-3, .667;
Richard, Houston, 6-3, .667.

Based on 200 at Bats.
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Carew Min 78 288 52 106 .368
Hargrove Tex 75 264 47 90 .341
Lynn Bsn 75 267 56 89 .333
Munson NY 80 305 44 99 .325
C. Wshingtn Ok 83 328 51 104 .317
Hisle Min 60 220 34 69 .314
McRae KC 83 321 41 99 .308
E. Maddox NY 55 211 36 67 .307
Brause'MiB 6) 226 38 60 .301
Orta Chi 78 297 41 89 .300
Home Runs
Bonds, New York, 19; R. Jackson,
Oakland, 18; Mayberry, Kansas City,
17; Hendrick, Cleveland, 16; HOR-
TON, DETROIT, 16; G. Scott, Mil-
waukee, 16; Burroughs, Texas, 16.
Runs Batted In
Lynn, Boston, 61; HORTON. DE-
TROIT. 61; G. Scott, Milwaukee, 08;
Riae, Boston, 07; L. May, Baltimosce,
Pitching (8 Decisions)
Palmer, Baltimore, 13-5, .722; Kaat,
Chicago, 13-5, .722; Blue, Oakland,
12-6, .667; M. LOLICH, DETROIT,
10-5, .667; Bird, Kansas City, 6-3,
.667; Busby, Kansas City, 11-6, .647;
M. Torrez, Baltimore, 9-5, .643;
Fitzmorris, Kansas City, 9-5, .643:

Paper says
S A C R A M E N T 0,
Calif. - Lloyds of London had
insured the ill-fated thorough-
bred Ruffian for $2.1 million,
the Sacromento Bee reported
In an article by Atlee Horner,
an undisclosed source was
quoted as saying Ruffian's own-
er, Stuart Janney Jr., shortly
before the Belmont Park race,
added $906,000 more to the $1.2
million policy he already car-
ried. -
In that Sunday race against
Foolish Pleasure, Ruffian, who
won all her previous 10 starts,
broke sesamoid bones in her
right leg and was humanely
put to sleep following surgery.
Earlier reports were that Ruf-
fian was recently insured for an
undisclosed sum which most
horse insurance brokers felt waS
not near the million dollar policy
taken out by Foolish Pleasure.

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