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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 17, 1984 -Page 15

CHICAGO (UPI) - Bobby Brown hit a two-run
homer to back the combined four-hit oitching of Mark
Thurmond and Rich Gossage yesterday and lead the
San Diego Padres to a 4-0 triumph over the Chicago
Thurmond, 6-5, allowed all four hits, walked two
and struck out three before Gossage came on with
one on and none out in the ninth. Gossage registered
the final three outs, two on strikeouts, to help the
Western Division leading Padres improve to 52-36. It
is the best record in the club's history.
THE LOSS was only the third for the Cubs in their
last 11 games.
Chicago starter Dick Ruthven, 2-6, made his first
appearance since May 17. Ruthven went on the
disabled list May 23 when he underwent surgery for
an ailing right shoulder.
The Padres jumped on Ruthven for two runs in the
second when Terry Kennedy hit a one-out single and
scored ahead of Brown's second homer of the season.
SAN DIEGO picked up another run in the third
inning after Alan Wiggins walked with one out.
Wiggins stole second but help up at third on Tony
Gwynn's sharp single to right.
Gwynn, apparently thinking 'Wiggins would try to
score, got caught in a rundown between first and
second, but the alert Wiggins raced home to make it
The Padres added their final run in the ninth. Luis
Salazar, who had replaced Brown for defensive
purposes in the eighth inning, hit a one-out single off
George Frazier and stole second. Salazar took third
on an infield out and Garry Templeton was
intentionally walked, Thurmond then singled up the
middle to score Salazar.
Phillies 7, Reds 2
CINCINNATI (AP)..- Mike Schmidt and Garry
Maddox, each with three hits including two-run
homers, led the Philadelphia Phillies to a 7-2 rout
over the Cincinnati Reds Monday night.
Kevin Gross, 5-4, went the distance for the Phillies
for the first time this season, allowing seven hits,
walking two and striking out three.
CINCINNATI opened the scoring in the first inning
when Eric Davis and Dan Driessen drew walks.
After two outs, Davis scored on a single by Dave
Concepcion, who had three hits.
The. Phillies tied the game in the fourth when
Schmidt singled, went to third on Tim Corcoran's
single and scored when Ozzie Virgil grounded into a
double play.
Philadelphia blew the game open in the fifth inning;
exploding for four runs, two on Maddox's fifth homer
of the season. Von Hayes followed with a single and
scored on a triple by Juan Samuel.

pound Cubs, 4-0

Smith cut
Former Michigan tailback Kerry Smith
was cut yesterday by the Dallas
Cowboys. Smith, who was signed by
Dallas as a free agent after the draft,
was the Wolverines' third leading
rusher last season.
Expos 3, Braves 1
MONTREAL (AP) - Dan Schatzeder gave up four
hits in eigh-plus innings while Andre Dawson and
Mike Stenhouse delivered run-scoring doubles last
night to help the Montreal Expos defeat the Atlanta
Braves 3-1.
Schatzeder, 4-2, normally a middle reliever, has
made three starts this season and has won all of
them. The left-hander, who struck out seven, gave
up three hits through eight innings and left after
yielding Claudell Washington's leadoff double in the
Bob James got the final three outs for his fifth save.
The Expos scored off Rick Camp, 4-2, in the third
inning after Derrel Thomas led off with a walk. Doug
Flynn's infield single moved him to second and both
runners advanced on Schatzeder's sacrifice. Tim
Raines' groundout drove in the first run.
Pirates 4, Dodgers 1
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Bob Walk, activated earlier

in the day, gave up just five hits before injuring
himself in the ninth inning last night as he earned his
first major-league victory in two seasons while the
Pittsburgh Pirates extended their winning streak to
seven games with a 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles
Dodgers. -
Dale Berra and Jim Morrison cracked solo home
runs for the Pirates.
Walk, 1-0, struck out eight and walked two in
earning his first major-league victory since Aug. 21,
1982, when he pitched for the Atlanta Braves.
Orioles 3, Twins 1
BALTIMORE (AP) - John Shelby an John Lowen-
stein broke out of the long slumps with solo homers
and Eddie Murray also belted a homer in support of
Storm Davis' five-hitter as the Baltimore Orioles
edged the Minnesota Twins 3-1 last night.
The Orioles have hit 14 homers while winning five of
their last six games, and 20 of their 24 runs in the last
seven contests have scored on round-trippers.

Nix, Isbikawa Big Ten's top athletes
From staff reports
' ,SCHAUMBURG, Ill. - Indiana sprin- NCAA Softball World Series. She spar-
ter Sunder Nix and Northwestern sof- ted a sizzling 0.13 ERA and 17-1 record
tball pitcher Lisa Ishikawa were named in Big Ten play.
the 1984 Big Ten men's and women's
athletes of the year on Sunday by a select
panel of Midwest media represen-
Former Wolverine offensive lineman
Stefan Humphries and tennis ace Mary
Mactaggart were also named Bike Alarms only $19.96
Mighigan's top male and female Stop Theft, End Sabotage
athletes. COME SEE OUR DEMO.
NIX TIED Humpries and former
Wisconsin wide receiver Al Toon with Tire Sale- IRC gumwa l
three first-place votes. But Nix was 27 x 1 High Pressure
named on four second-place ballots, $6.98
giving him 17 points. Humpries finished of the
with 12 points in the balloting, as did
Toon. SB ikeS
Nix, a senior All-American from
Chicago, seta Big Ten record in the 400- on Forest next to Village Corner
Associated Press meter dash with a :46.40 clocking. That
Miss Budweiser, driven by Jim Krompfeld, cruised to victory yesterday time is also the world best for 1984. 6626986
afternoon on the Detroit River in the Stroh's Thunderfest hydroplane race. Ishikawa, a freshman, helped North- "Nobody knows bicycles better.'
The boat averaged over 120 m.p.h. in the final heat. western to a third-place finish at the

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