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The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 30, 1982-.-Page 11
Braves trip Padres, 6-2

ATLANTA (AP)- Dale Murphy
smashed his 27th and 28th home runs of
the season and Jerry Royster belted a
two-run triple as the rampaging Atlan-
ta Braves stretched their National
League West lead to nine games over
San Diego by beating the Padres 6-2.
The victory completed a four-game
sweep of the PadresAtlanta's closest
rival in the division race.
MURPHY HIT his solo homers off
Chris Welsh, 5-5. He opened with a
towering shot to left field in the third
inning and followed with a liner over
the fence in left in the fifth. Murphy also
singled in the first inning and narrowly
missed his third homer on a foul ball
before striking out in the seventh.
Royster drilled his triple into the
right field corner in the fourth inning
following singles by Chris Chambliss
and Bruce Benedict.
The victory went to Rick Camp, 8-4,
who yielded seven hits, walked one and
fanned two before being relieved in the
eighth by Carlos Diaz, who picked up
his first major league save.
San Diego got its runs on homers, Gene
Richards' second of the season in the
third inning and Sixto Lezcano's 11th in
the seventh.
Phillies 3, Cubs 2
midt homered and Gary Matthews'
two-out single in the seventh scored
Ivan DeJesus with the winning run as
the Philadelphia Phillies beat Chicago,
3-2, for their 11th victory in 15 games. It
was the Cubs' sixth consecutive loss.
Right-hander Mike Krukow, 10-6,
allowed seven hits over 7 2/3 innings
and reliever Ron Reed picked up his fif-
th save.
who Tuesday night set the National
League record for consecutive
errorless games in one season by a
second baseman, played in his 88th in a
row without a mistake. He is three
games short of Joe Morgan's major
league record of 91 flawless games, set
during 1977-78.
Matthew's winning hit came off Dick
Tidrow, 4-2, who replaced starter Doug
Bird at the start of the seventh. Tidrow
retired the first two batters before
DeJesus lined a double to right field.

Matthews, who has now hit safely in 20
of his last 22 games, singled up the mid-
dle to break the 2-2 tie.
The Cubs took a 1-0 lead in the first
when Ryne Sandberg beat out an infield
hit and scored on the first of Leon
Durham's three doubles. The Phils tied
it in the fourth when DeJesus singled,
moved to second on an infield out and
scored on Bo Dial's single to left.
Pirates 4, Mets 1
NEW YORK (AP) - Don Robinson
pitched a seven-hitter and Dick D a vis
slammed a two-run homer last night as
the Pittsburgh Pirates beat New York
4-1, handing the Mets their fourth con-
secutive loss.
Robinson, 0-3 last year, gained his
11th victory against five losses. The 25-
year-old right-hander struck out eight
and walked three in his fourth complete
game of the year.
DAVIS'S FOURTH home run of the
season came in the fourth inning off
Pete Falcone, 6-7, and followed a double
by Bill Madlock.
Falcone lasted only 2% innings. It
was the 57th consecutive game in which
a Mets starter has failed to go the route.
Consecutive singles by Davis and
Tony Pena, a sacrifice by Johnny Ray,
an RBI single by Dale Berra and
Robinson's sacrifice fly gave Pitsburgh
2-0 lead in the second inning.
New York avoided a shutout in the
fourth when Joel Youngblood singled
and Wally Backman doubled.
Expos 4, Cardinals 3
MONTREAL (AP) - Tim Wallach's
bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the 10th in-
ning scored Andre Dawson and boosted
the Montreal Expos to a 4-3 victory over
the St. Louis Cardinals last night.
Dawson led off against reliever Doug
Bair, 3-2, by lininga double to left field.
He continued to third when the Carid-
nals were slow returning the ball to the
BAIR intentionally walked Al
Oliver and Gary Carter to load the
bases and retired Warren Cromartie on
an infield pop, but Wallach delivered a
fly to center field that produced the
winning run. Woodie Fryman, 5-2, held
the Cardinals to one hit over the final

two innings for the victory.
The Expos tied it with three runs in
the eighth. Singles by pinch hitter Brad
Mills and Jerry White chased St. Louis
starter Bob Forsch. Bruce Sutter
retired Tim Raines on a fly ball but
Dawson's double scored pinch-runner
Bryan Little.
After Oliver was intentionally walked

to load the bases, Carter walked on four
pitches, forcing in White. Jim Kaat
replaced Sutter and Cromartie hit a
high chopper to the right side, sending
Dawson home.
The Cardinals got a run in the third
off David Palmer when Tom Herr
walked, reached second on a fielder's
choice, stole third and scored on a wild

Rhythmic champ
Valerie Zimring of Los Angeles took the gold medal yesterday in rhythmic
gymnastics for this performance at the National Sports Festival in In-


San Francisco drops basketball

University of San Francisco, which
produced such stars as Bill Russell, K.
C. Jones and Phil Smith said today it
was abolishing men's basketball
because misconduct in the program
had cast doubt on the "integrity and
credibility of the university."
"Anyone who is familiar with this in-
stitution and its proud history will un-
derstand what a painful decision this
is," said school President Rev. John
ON LoSCHIAVO'S recommendation,
the Board of Trustees voted Wednesday
to drop the progam.
"The circumstances centrally in-
volve problems with the basketball
program, which have been plaguing us
and which the university has been un-
successfully trying to solve for many
years," LoSchiavo said.
"The price the university has had to
pay for those problems has been much
greater than the heavy financial price.
there' is no way of measuring the

damage that has been done to the
university's most priceless, assets, its
integrity and its reputation."
THE NCAA nailed USF on recruiting
violations over a period of six years and
placed the basketball program on
probation for one year, with sanctions
prohibiting post-season competition. In
1980, -the university's basketball
program was charged with recruiting
violations, placed on one year probation
and blocked from post-season play.
The school was on "unsanctioned
probation" last year, meaning it could
appear in tourament action.
For. a small school with an enrollment
of about 7,000, San Francisco has been
remarkably successful in college
basketball. The Dons won the national
championship in 1955 and 1956, with
Russell and Jones, reached the final
Four three times and have been in the
NCAA playoffs 14 times.
Today's announcement followed an
inhouse investigation which began
following a June 25 probation report

issued on former San Francisco
basketball star Quintin Dailey.
THAT REPORT, issued as a result of
charges tht Dailey had assaulted a nur-
sing student at the school, showed
Dailey had been paid $1,000 a month by
alumnus Luis Sabala for a "no-show"
summer job.
Sports Illustrated has since reported
that Dailey got as much as $5,000
Zabala, as well as cash from Coach
Pete Barry.
Those revelations are clear violations
of NCAA rules, which require a student-
athlete to work for any money he is
given. Tom Yeager, of the NCAA en-
forcement division, said today from
Kansas City that the NCAA would not
comment on whether the university
was currently under investigation.
However, the termination of the
basketball program was expected to
head off a new NCAA probe of the

National League
Atlanta 6, San Diego2
Pittsburgh 4, New York 1
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2
Montreal4, St.Louis3
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