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Page 12 Saturday, August 7, 1982 The Michigar. Doly


'M' diver makes finals
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador (AP)- Michigan diver 570.75. Kimball was one of 12 divers to qualify for the Other men qualifying for the finals on Saturday
Bruce Kimball, who is entered in international com- finals. Thirty-five men competed in the were Homas Knuths of East Germany with 578.55
petition for the first time since recovering from preliminaries. The finals will be held today. points, Vjacheslav Troshin of the Soviet Union with
serious injuries received in a car wreck 10 months The top point-getter in the men's platform event 573.81 points and China's Li Kongsheng with 572.0
ago, finished sixth in preliminaries of the men's plat- was American diver Greg Louganis, winner of the points and Hi Hongping with 550.47.
form event at the World Diving Championships. gold medal in springboard competition. Also Falk Hoffmann of East Germany with 548.34
Kimball qualified for the world championships by
finishing second in the platform diving competition at Today's platform competition will be the third and Dieter Doerr of West Germany with 545.94
the National Sports Festival in Indianapolis, Inc., two final event in the diving championships. Wendy Christopher Snode of Britain with 528.93, Migue
weeks ago. Wyland of Mission Viejo, Calif., won a gold in Zavala of Mexico with 527.61 and Dieter Plewka o
KIMBALL'S score at the world championships was women's platform diving on Thursday. West Germany with 523.44.
Tigers power past ays, 6-0
DETROIT (AP) -Lance Parrish hit ning yesterday powered the Chicago Chicago right fielder Jay Johnstone. Gross.
a pair of two-run homers and Chet Cubs to a 4-2 victory over the Gross singled to open the game, went Schmidt followed with his homer of:
Lemon added a solo shot to back the Philadelphia Phillies. to second on an infield out and stole winner Alan Ripley, 4-4, who hurled
four-hit pitching of Jack Morris and Ryne Sandberg, who had three hits, third. Gary Matthews hit a liner to seven innings. Lee Smith pitched the
lead the Detroit Tigers to a 6-0 victory singled to open the sixth, stole second right and Johnstone made it look as if final two innings to gain his fourth save
over the Toronto Blue Jays last night. and went to third on a ground out before he had a chance to make the catch Sandberg singled in the bottom of thi
Morris, 13-11, struck out three and did Buckner unloaded his sixth homer off before the ball dropped in for a single. first, stole second, went to third on
not walk a batter and the Blue Jays did loser Dick Ruthven, 8-10. Gross, who had gone back to tag up, Larry Bowa's bunt and scored as
not advance a runner past first base. THE PHILLIES jumped to a two-run then trotted home when Johnstone ap- Buckner grounded out. The Cubs tied i
HOWEVER, Morris did have a scare lead in the first inning on Mike Sch- peared to be throwing to second. He .in the third when Junior Kennedy
in the fifth inning when Toronto's Lloyd midt's 21st homer and would have had suddenly let go with a perfect peg to reached on an error by Ivan DeJesuc
Moseby reached first on a two-out error another except for an alert play by catcher Jody Davis to nail a surprised and scored on Sandberg's double.
by Detroit third baseman Tom
Brookens and Jesse Barfield rifled a
drive down the left field line which third
base umpire Greg Kosc called a home
run. Home plate umpire Nick
Bremigan overruled Kosc and called it
a foul ball and Morris went on to strike
out Barfield.
Lou Whitaker hit a one-out triple in
the Detroit third and scored on
Brookens' single. Brookens was thrown
out trying to steal second, but Larry
Herndon singled and Parrish hit his
19th homer of the season into the upper
deck in left field on the first pitch from
Toronto starter Dave Stieb, 11-11.
Lemon hit his ninth homer leading off
the seventh and Parrish belted another
two-run homer in the eighth following a
single by Herndon.
The triumph was the Tigers' fourth in
a row, while the Blue Jays have drop-
ped thier last five.
Cubs 4, Phillies 2
CHICAGO (AP) - Bill Buckner's tie-
breaking two-run homer in the sixth in-





Detroit 6, Toronto 0
Kansas City 3, Baltimore i
National League
Chicago4, Philadelphia a
Pittsburgh 7, New York 3
The NC St.
ca er and
the case
of the
stolen pizzas

AP Photo
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES manager Pat Corrales pushes Gary Matthews away from home plate umpire Jerry Dale
after a called third strike on Matthews during the eighth inning at Chicago yesterday. The Cubs won the game, 4-2.


RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina State Unviersity
basketball player Lorenzo Charles has been charged with
stealing two pizzas from a pizza delivery man, officials said
Charles, 18, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was charged with larceny
from a person, a felony, said Capt. J. J. Mcginnis of the N.C.
State public safety department.
THE INCIDENT occurred May 30, but Charles was not
charged until July 24, after the pizza delivery man identified
the Wolfpack player as the suspect. His trial is scheduled for
Monday in Wake District Court.
McGinnis said Charles is accused of stealing the pizzas as
they were being delivered to an N.C. State dormitory.
.He said the pizzas were forcibly jerked out of the delivery
man's hands, although no weapon was involved in the theft
and the delivery man was not injured.
The two pizzas and an asbestos bag were valued at $50,

McGinnis said.
Charles, who could be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison
if convicted, played in 24 of the Wolfpack's 32 games last
Gridders charged with burglary_
CARBONDALE, Ill. (AP) - Three members of the
Southern Illinois University-Carbondale football team have
been charged with burglary and theft, police said Friday.
Police identified the three as John Wilson, 19, of Chicago;
Eddie Norman, 20, of Memphis, Tenn., and Andre Cosey, 19,
of Youngstown, Ohio. All three were charged in connection
with the July 29 theft of stereo equipment valued at $3,000
from a campus dormitory, police said.
Wilson was arrested Wednesday and held in Jackson Coun-
ty jail and freed after posting $6,000 bond. Police still are
searching for Norman and Cosey.


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