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L Trantor a j Vonmoy. C butt in Lum Home run dumps expos Atlanta a Mike Lum drilled a ourth i rung grand slam Home run and the Atlanta braves held on for a 53 Victory Over the Montreal expos saturday night. Lum s blast his first major league grand slam and fifth Homer of the baseball season came off Montreal starter Steve Rogers 7-5. Dusty Baker had walked then Hank Aaron and Dave Johnson had singled before Mont bal to r n pm Atlanta mum jul font w Day Ltd Wood cd Smigie tonal fairly in boil poll Stinton co ii h Jug trip Solo silo 1000 100 0 1111 Clio 10 10 loll 10 0 1 10 0 0 Garryl eve onto Babar cd apr Ontl a a to i a r n i 4 0 2 0 4 0 10 i i 0 0 4 110 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 stay corp 0 0 0 0 in attn 10 0 0 4 110 Lulb 4 114 cite novae 10 0 0 opiate Imo c Rop Montt 10 0 0 Mori on p i too Houtas ii total la 11 i total to s i s Montreal Obi Obi Oil i Atlanta Abo to i dec room ton opt Montreat lob a Montreal i. Atlanta 4 in Singleton or Lumis so fairly so bomb ton. . In h r Erbb so s s 4 4 i i i i i i i i Sii s s i 4 4 in i b b b l balk a Taylor. To c Taylor Morton i i Moum Sarah Mouta 4 i h a la ibs Palmer ups Lead in desert Golf Las vegas. Nev. A Sandra Palmer scrambled to a two under Par 71 saturday boosting her Lead to three strokes after three rounds of the $100,000 ladies professional associations desert Golf classic. Mrs. Palmer who led sue Fleming. Carole to Skala and Joanne earner by two shots after 36 holes missed Green after Green but avoided bogeys for the second straight Day. Both of her third round birdies came on Par three holes As she went to eight under Par 211. Mrs. Camer shot a 72 and goes into sunday s final round in the second spot with a 214 total one shot better than youngsters Shelley Hamlin and Sally Little. Five shots off the Pace were Sandra Haynie mrs. Skala and mrs. Being All at 216. A group 217 included Jane Blalock Higgins and Donna Caponi Young. Lum s blast the Homer sailed 420 feet into the Righi Field stands and gave Atlanta a 4-1 Edge. Montreal scored in the third inning on Tim foil s single and a run scoring double by Ken Singleton off Carl Morton 7-5. Morton was chased in the sixth on a pair of one out hits and consecutive walks to Bob Bailey and Bob Stinson forcing in a run reliever Tom House surrendered a sacrifice Fly to Jim Cox. Ralph Garr of Atlanta the National league s leading Batter extended his hitting string to 13 games with two hits. The braves added an insurance run in the seventh when Johnny Oates singled and scored on House s single. Horse owner draws pickets at Belmont new Yohe api a group of tenants of an East Side luxury apartment House picketed at Belmont Park saturday while their landlords horse Rube the great ran in the Belmont stakes. The tenants association in the building where rents run from $500 to $2,500 a month have brought suit in state supreme court attempting to Block Sigmond Sommer s efforts to make the manually operated elevator automatic. The court papers were served on Sommers in his Belmont Box last week. Carleton Varney a tenant and decorating columnist painted signs saying Sommer a bleeds tenants to Breed High Point Enterprise. Sunday june i 1174 in Homer takes 2-up win in British am on the Beach Joe Burton comes out of Sand trap swinging in first round Enterprise classic action saturday. Burton was among the Early risers tackling Blair Park s layout. Shete by Sonny a Toga Ltd i Foyt on pole Baltimore nails la ii a Mej tand w by Ltd by. O Pil a mgt Tchon ii 44 Al Jarrell. J . Jie a. O j00 ii six a by Cipr g by a Milliard 8 Moore tend la 44-vv Wail a to to Quot. J Carrick b rut i i bsh a Pix Tov a swing. E my of gut # i Tiff Garrett g Mitcha. O Fetter. D i m hit a j 00. A Kennedy. R Seara Reub a Reece i he the a 0 a yer. J. A Bra cav3 Heyworth i i a Cava a a it Ftp. C my Bow a Jehim i 4b�?j Fetter m m Zachary. W my Ark o a til to i 41-8 Atar to w met or a Walker it b Moe be i s4-w a. M Truc taif. O Baity o m leak for Mays rangers by 6-4 Milwaukee a Veteran a j. Foyt. The next to last Driver to take to the track saturday solved a Gearbox problem and won the pole position for sunday s Rex Mays 150-Mi in Speedway car race. Foyt. Winner of More u s. Auto club races than any Active Driver averaged 128 906 Miles per hour in his second qualifying Lap around state fair Park s one mile Oval. His time of 27.91 seconds in his Coyote Foyt was just off the track record of 27 31 held by Wally Dallenbach Foyt encountered a Gearbox problem of the kind that sidelined him in the May 26 Indianapolis 500. But adjusted the ratio and bumped Johnny Rutherford from the pole Foyt could have won the pole with his first Lap time of 28 to seconds but bettered it on his second run. Rutherford earned the second spot in his Mclaren offenhauser averaging 127.164 Miles per hour in a time of 28 31 seconds on his Best Lap Bobby Unser. Who will try for an unprecedented third successive Mays championship will Start his Eagle offy in the second Row alter qualifying third in 126 933 Miles per hour and 28 36 seconds. Unser was second to Rutherford in the Indianapolis 500 Dallenbach will share the second Row after turning his Eagle of Fly in 126.360 Miles per hour and 28 46 seconds Gary Bettenhausen. One of the first to qualify will Start his Mclaren offy in Row three after being timed in 124 654 and 28 88 sixth fastest in qualifying was Gordon Johncock in an Eagle offy in 29 02 and 124 052 Lloyd Ruby and Steve Kisiloff both in Eagle of Fps tied for seventh at 29 03 and 124 010. Several late withdrawals left Only 24 Drivers to qualify for 24 spots so the Only suspense involved the starting order. Fosse placed on injury list Milwaukee a Oakland Catcher Ray Fosse who injured his shoulder trying to separate teammates Reggie Jackson and Bill North during a clubhouse fight in Detroit last wednesday was placed on the 15-Day disabled list saturday _ Baltimore a Bobby Inch drove in three runs and Tommy Davis knocked in two saturday night to Lead the Baltimore anoles to a 6-4 Victory Over Ferguson Jenkins and the Texas rangers. Davis third Innig single capped a three run burst that dropped Jenkins record to 7-6. It followed a two out single by Al Bumbry and run scoring doubles by Rich Coggins and Bobby Inch. 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Italy a Belgium a Eddy Merckx won the cycling tour of Italy saturday becoming the first non italian to win the event Ive times the Only other five time winners of the event were Alt redo Banda and Fausto Coppi rated Italy a Best cyclists in history. Merckx finished in the pack in saturday s final run won by Marino Basso of Italy. The Overall standings were not affected by the run. Texas had taken the Lead against Mike Cuellar. 7-3. On Cesar Tovar s two run double in the second inning Mark Belanger s bunt single. Bumbry s infield hit a hit batsman and sacrifice flies by Grutch and Davis put Baltimore on top 5-2 in the fifth Inch hit his seventh Home run of the baseball season in the eighth inning Texas got a run in the seventh on Jim Fregosi s third Homer of the year and capped the scoring in the ninth on singles by Geneve. Len Randle and Fregosi. Murfield Scotland apr Trevor Homer of England held off the late charge of american Jim Gabrielsen and won the coveted British Amateur Golf championship 2 up in the 36-Hole final saturday Victory came with a double bogey six for Homer at the last Hole. Where Gabrielsen took a horrendous seven. Homer a moot-3 company director who also won this tourney in 1972. Grabbed the Lead at the first Hole Over Murfield s strangely windless 6 862-Yard, Par-71 links Gabrielsen. A 33-year-old insurance broker from Atlanta. Made a big Effort after the final turn for Home but despite pulling even at the 33rd Hole the american Walker cup golfer could not maintain his charge. Gabrielsen had overcome the howling winds which had battered Mirfield most of the first five Days of the tourney with a Superb combination of solid drives and pin Point putts but on the Calm final Day. His putting let him Down a it was hard to finish like said a smiling Gabriel sen who took a horrible triple bogey at the last Hole after pulling his six Iron into a big Bunker a it a great Hole Quot he said a maybe it will give me nightmares for a few years. Trevor played a very steady game. A a it was a great match right through to the last said the in ton who also was in a Sand trap there Ami took four to get on the Green what a shame ended that for Homer. 30. It was his second Victory Over Gabrielsen in the third round of the British Amateur at Carnoustie Scotland in 1971. The englishman scored a 2 and i Triumph Homer did not play exceptionally Well this Lime but kept Calm even when Gabrielsen made his big charge Farah s us Fri special tonight on lbs in color 9 30 . 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But most of the drama came Over the last nine holes Gabrielsen Over hit his putt logo three Down with a bogey at the 28th then the american began a big charge he Crik the 29th with a putt from is feet for a Par four and the 38-Yard 30th. Where he had a Birdie three with Homer in Bunker trouble at the Short 31st. Cabriel sen s tee shot put him 12 feet from the pin Homer was 30 feet past the cup in a Tricky position but this time the american needed two putts and the Hole was halved after they halved the 32nd with Par fours. Gabrielsen got even for the first time in the match at the 33rd, where he hit the Back of the Green and got Down in Par four. Homer bogeyed ii. That was gab Nelsen a last gasp at the Short 34th. Homer went one up again with a Par three Gabrielsen was too Strong through the Green came Back to within 15 feet from the pin and failed with the putt both golfers had problems at the Long 35th. Homer needing the Hole to wrap up the match hit a Good drive Down the Middle but had a poor second shot outside a line of bunkers his recovery shot put him eight feet from the pin. But he missed Gabrielsen badly hunkered chipped up to four Yards Short of the Green scrambled Down in Par Ive for a half and staved alive. 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