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The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 22, 1984 - Page 15

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Orioles edge Kansas City, 4-3
SAS CITY (AP) - Cal Ripken to a 4-3 victory over the San Francisco
d three hits, and Rich Dauer Giants yesterday.
a 3-3 tie with a sixth-inning With one out in the 11th, Jody Davis
as the Baltimore Orioles snap- singled and was forced out when Larry
hree-game losing streak with a 4- Bowa bunted. Bowa then stole second
ry over the Kansas City Royals. and scored as Bosley lined a double
en drove in one run and scored down the left field line off loser Greg
r for the Orioles. Minton, 1-7. Rick Bordi, 4-1, was the
OLES center fielder John Shelby, winner.
into the game with a .188 bat- The victory kept intact the Cubs' per-
'erage, hit a first-inning homer, feet 7-0 record in extra-inning games.
then threw out Willie Wilson at The Giants are now 4-8 in overtime.
te when he tried to score from Dusty Baker's two-run single off Lee
on a single by Dane Iorg in the Smith with two out in the eighth inning
of the inning. tied the score 3-3.
en followed Shelby's homer with White Sox 4, Indians 3
ble off the left-field wall and
when Gary Roenicke singled. CLEVELAND (AP) - Pinch-hitter
more went ahead 3-1 in the fifth Jamie Quirk, called up from the minors
Rick Dempsey walked leading only two days earlier, snapped an -
ok second on Floyd Rayford's eighth-inning tie with a sacrifice fly, lif-
and scored on Ripken's single. ting the Chicago White Sox to a 4-3 vic-
tory over the Cleveland Indians.
s 5, YWith the score tied 3-3, Vance Law
YORK (AP) - Kent Hrbek started the winning rally with a one-out
n three runs with a two run home walk from Tom Waddell, 2-3. Pinch hit- -
d a double and Mike Smithson ter Jerry Hairston then doubled to send
ed seven hits over 5 1-3 innings Law to third and knock out Waddell in
Minnesota Twins downed the favor of Ernie Camacho.
ork Yankees 5-2 yesterday. Quirk, recalled from the White Sox's
hson allowed two runs, striking Triple A affiliate in Denver on Thur-
o and walking two, to raise his sday, then hit a sacrifice fly near the
to 10-8, matching his victory warning track in left, allowing the
r last season when he was 10-14 White Sox to move over the .500 mark at
being traded by the Texas 48-47.
rysander took over in the sixth Draes 5, Phillies 3 Associat
after Steve Kemp's two-run ATLANTA (AP) - Rick Camp Manny Trillo of the Giants crosses first base safely as the throw to fit
run and Mike Pagliarulo's ' surrendered only two hits over seven by Cub first baseman Leon Durhan in the first inning at Wrigle
,to earn his first save with 3 2-3 innings, and Claudell Washington yesterday.
of hitless relief. singled home the lead run in the fifth first inning, but he allowed only one SCORES
4, Giants 3 inning to pace the Atlanta Braves to a 5- other hit and had a career-high seven Bston 10, Coliforoa 45aseball
3 victory yesterday over the strikeouts to go along with seven walks. Milwaukee 7, oakland 4
CAGO (AP) - Thad Bosley hit a Philadelphia Phillies. Donnie Moore earned his 10th save by Los Angeles 3, St. Louis i
aking double with two out in the Camp, 5-2, fell behind early when checking Philadelphia on two hits over New York (NL) 2, Cincinnati 1
ning, powering the Chicago Cubs Juan Samuel hita two-run double in the the final two innings. San Diego 6, Pittsburgh 4

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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) - Tom Watson used "one
of the best rounds of golf I've ever played" to move into a tie
for the third-round lead and take another step toward golfing
history yesterday at the 113th British Open.
The defending champion, a five-time winner of this ancient
event but never at St. Andrews, crisply stroked his way to a 6-
under-par 66 on the historic Old Course.
WATSON, WHO started the day five shots off the pace,
completed 54 holes over the centuries-old links in 205, 11 shots
under par, to tie with Ian Baker-Finch, the 23-year-old
Australian who led after two rounds.
Baker-Finch, winner of two titles in his brief career, nur-
sed home a 71 in the brisk breezes and saved a share of the
top spot with an escape from the Valley of Sin, the deep
depression in front of the 18th green. The two will be paired
together in the last group off the tee in Sunday's final round
- Watson, trying to equal a record of six British Open vic-
tories and a previously obscure player making his first ap-
pearance in one of the game's Big Four championships. .
"I've never been in this position before," said Baker-

Finch. "I'm not surprised to be leading.
"BUT, HE ADDED, "I'll be surprised if I win."
Watson, however, was taking nothing for granted going into
a match-up that appeared to be heavily weighted in his favor.
"He'll be trying to do what he wants to do best -
win the golf tournament," Watson said. "So will I."
ONLY TWO shots back and still very much in the race were
Bernhard Langer of West Germany and Seve Ballesteros of
Spain, who were tied for third at 207.
Langer had a third-round 68, which included a spectacular
save of par on the 17th, the Road Hole, where he had to play a
third shot from an extremely awkward position while stan-
ding ina deep hunker.
Ballesteros, twice a Masters champion and a previous
winner of this title, had a 70.
IT WAS another five strokes back - and seven back of the
co-leaders - to the trio tied for fifth at 212. Hugh Baiocchi of
South Africa, Lanny Wadkins and veteran Lee Trevino.
Baiocchi had a 70 in the brisk, cool breezes. Wadkins had a

U.S. Olympians must live on-Vil ge
LOS ANGELES (API - United States Olympic will be levied on merits." heart attack while jogging Friday evening near land
Committee officials repeated yesterday that the en- The U.S. team is housed at the University of he owns in Vermont, his son said yesterday.
tire American team must stay at the Olympic Southern California with athletes from 77 other John Fixx, 23, said his father was found dead at
Village, or face possible sanctions. nations. There will be 62 teams housed at the Olympic about 5 p.m. EDT.
A number of Americans including track and field Village at UCLA. FIXX SAID his father had been runnnig about 80
stars Carl Lewis, Mary Decker and Dwight Stones Miller praised the USC facility and said there had miles a week for the past 15 years to keep fit because
have said they want to stay at hotels or homes instead been requests by some athletes to come in earlier heart disease runs in the family.
of the village during the Summer Olympics. than originally scheduled. He added that USOC had "I'm sure he died very happily in his running
HOWEVER, Olympic officials say that won't be not received any requests to be excused from the shoes," Fixx said.
permitted. Village housing. He said the funeral will be held at a later date near
"Our athletes do and will live in the Village," his father's home in Riverside, Conn.
William Simon, president of the USOC, said. "That is Complete Runner dies Fixx had driven to Vermont Friday morning after
the policy of the USOC." spending a month-long vacation in Cape Cod with
If the housing policy is violated, Col. F. Donald HARDWICK, Vt. (UPI) - James Fixx, 52, author family members and his childhood sweetheart, Lillis
Miller, executive director of USOC, said 'sanctions of several books on running, died of an apparent Palmer, his son said.

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