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Page 12 -The Michigan Daily -Friday, June 7, 1985
Durham leads Cubs to 3-2 tri
CHICAGO (UPI)-Leon Durham doubled under the glove of center Dennis Eckersley, who brought a two- court action is expected today for six
doubled home Jody Davis from fielder Lee Mazzilli to score Davis hit shutout entering the inning. Bill of the seven suspects charged
second base with two out in the bottom with the winning run. Madlock led off with a single and two following a drug investigation that in-
of the 12th inning yesterday, lifting Warren Brusstar, 1-1, pitched one outs later went to third on pinch-hitter volved major league baseball players.
the Chicago Cubs to a 3-2 victory over inning to earn the victory for the Sixto Lezcano's double. Johnny Ray The six are scheduled for formal
the Pittsburgh Pirates. Cubs, who moved within one game of then singled to left, scoring Madlock arraignment at 10 a.m. EDT by
Davis led off the 12th with a single the first-place New York Mets in the and Lezcano. federal Magistrate Ila Jeanne Sen-
DfaeveldHolla dt1-3,asne tnl L East The loss was senich in the federal courthouse.
ofrieeA Holland, 1-3, and Nat ionrsr eague as. he 055atws Mo re drug acfion ePel J ALAN JOHNSON, U.S. attorney
moved to second on Chris Speiers the thirdastraight for the Pirates. J LNJHSN ..atre
sacrifice. One out later, Durham The Pirates tied it 2-2 in the eigth off PITTSBURGH (UP I)-Further for Western Pennsylvania, announced
166 criminal charges had been filed
against the seven men, named in in-
dictments that followed a two-year
investigation and a six-month grand
On Sunday, enjoy the jury probe. Johnson did not mention
baseball or any players in announcing
the charges.
But more than a dozen players,,
most of them current or former Pit-
tsburgh Pirates, were granted im-
8 1 xis munity from prosecution and testified
before the grand jury.

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To be arraigned are these Pit-
tsburgh-area men: Shelby Greer, 29;
Robert McCue, 38; Jeff Mosco, 30;
Dale M. Shiffman, 33; Thomas P.
Balzer, 27, and Kevin M. Connolly, 27.
THE NUMBER OF charges range
from 111 against Shiffman to two
counts each against Connolly and
Balzer.
The seventh suspect, Curtis Strong,
38, a Philadelphia caterer who had
served some meals to the
Philadelphia Phillies this spring, was
arrested in that city.
All but Shiffman, an unemployed
free-lance photographer, were freed
on $50,000 unsecured bond. Shiffman
is lodged in the nearby Washington
County jail.
MCCUE WAS fired May 31 from his
job as a controller with the Easter
Seal Society of Allegheny County.

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Chicago Cubs' Keith Moreland (6) is forced at second as Pittsburgh
Pirates' Johnnie LeMaster watches his relay to first in the first inning
yesterday at Chicago. Former Tiger Richie Hebner was out at first com-
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