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28—The Daily Collegian Wednesday, Aug. 27, 1986
Parker paces Reds past Pirates
PITTSBURGH (AP) Dave Parker homered
and drove in four runs, including a tiebreaking
sacrifice fly in the ninth inning last night that gave
the Cincinnati Reds a 5-4 victory over the Pitts
Kal Daniels led off the ninth with a single
against Ray Krawczyk, 0-1. Daniels stole second
and continued to third on catcher Tony Pena's
throwing error. Buddy Bell walked and Parker
then lifted Pat Clements' first pitch to right field.
John Franco, 5-4, picked up the victory despite
allowing two runs in the eighth inning. The tri
umph was the fourth straight for the Reds and
their eighth in the last nine games.
Parker had an RBI double in the first and hit a
two-run homer, his 25th of the season, to break a 1-
1 tie in the fifth against Mike Bielecki.
Pittsburgh scored twice in the eighth for a 4-4
tie. Singles by Barry Bonds, Johnny Ray and
pinch-hitter Mike Diaz loaded the bases, and R.J.
Reynolds had an RBI forceout before Tony Pena
singled home the tying run.
The Reds scored an unearned run in the eighth
when Eric Davis reached on shortstop U.L. Wash
ington's error, went to third on Krawczyk's wild
pickoff throw and scored on Barry Larkin's single.
Ted Power pitched 6 1-3 innings in his second
start for the Reds. He gave up an unearned run in
the first on Bonds' sacrifice fly and was chased in
the seventh after allowing an RBI single by Pena.
Angels 2, Yankees 0
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call Kunio 237.3609. ARTIFAX HAS EVERYTHING to houees, 11/2-3 baths, finished
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Toys, Plastic mugs, T-Shirts, In- up attic, deck, carports, laundry
dian bedspreads, Koolies, Can- shute, jennair stove, kitchen aid,
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FERRETS FOR SALE. Great pets, stickers. 323 East Calder. 238- car or bus , guaranteed electric
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83. Coach Richard Devon 865-
winning streak to a career high of seven, pitching
a four-hitter last night and leading the California
Angels to their third straight victory, 2-0 over the
New York Yankees.
Witt, 16-7, allowed only singles and one walk,
striking out five batters, in pitching his third
shutout and American League-leading 12th com
plete game of the season. He retired the last 14
Witt has allowed just one earned run in his last
43 1-3 innings and has not lost since Roger Clemens
beat him on July 12. Witt threw a six-hitter in that
game, losing 3-2.
The Yankees have lost four in a row.
The Angels scored both their runs off Doug
Drabek, 3-6, in the second inning. Reggie Jackson
led off with a walk, went to second on a grounder
and scored on a double by Jack Howell.
Howell went to third on a grounder and scored on
a single by Dick Schofield.
A first-inning double play erased Willie Ran
dolph's single, and Witt did not allow another
baserunner until Don Mattingly singled with two
out in the fourth.
Dan Pasqua followed with another single, but
Dave Winfield hit into a forceout to end the inning.
Red Sox 8, Rangers 1
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Dennis "Oil Can"
Boyd pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and
Dwight Evans and Don Baylor hit home runs last
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losing streak with an 8-1 victory over the Texas
Boyd, 13-9, walked one and struck out his season
high as he ended Texas' four-game winning
streak. Boyd has won all three of his starts against
the Rangers this season.
Texas rookie Mike Loynd lost his first game
against two wins. He allowed seven runs in 4 1-3
Evans' 19th homer of the season was a two-run
shot in the fifth that gave the Red Sox a 7-1 lead.
Baylor, who had struck out in his three trips
against Loynd, hit his 25th leading off the seventh
against reliever Mitch Williams.
The only run off Boyd came on Toby Harrah's
fifth home run of the season. It tied the game 1-1 in
the first. ,
Royals 6, White Sox 1
CHICAGO (AP) George Brett hit a pair of solo
home runs and Steve Balboni hit a two-run homer
last night, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 6-1
victory over the Chicago White Sox.
The Royals had 15 hits as they won their second
straight game and seventh of 11, while the White
Sox fell to their fifth straight defeat.
Charlie Leibrandt, 11-10, gave up seven hits and
no walks, striking out six batters, in his seventh
complete game of the season while Richard Dot
son, 8-13, took the loss.
Balboni hit his 28th homer in the third inning,
after Jorge Orta had singled, and gave the Royals
a 4-0 lead.
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The Silver Cellar,
Terps wary of Pitt
as opener nears
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP)
For the University of Maryland
football team, this year's season
opener against the University of
Pittsburgh might be even more
difficult to prepare for than nor
The Terrapins go into Monday's
nationally televised game at Pitt
stadium not knowing exactly what
to expect.from the Panthers, who
have a new coach and a new
"I'm worried about this game in
the sense that we don't know how
to prepare," Maryland Coach Bob
by Ross said yesterday at his
weekly news conference. "What
we've tried to do is prepare for
everything. Just going on what
we've recruited against and what
we know about their size, skill and
experience, they're going to be a
good football team."
Pittsburgh is coached by Mike
Gottfried hired to replace Sera
fino "Foge" Fazio last winter af
ter two consecutive subpar
seasons. The Terps' changes were
not so drastic, but Ross said the
team still considers the team
somewhat of an unknown quanti
"There are more ifs to this
year's ballclub than last year in a
lot of areas," Ross said.
Referring to the attention the
school has received as a result of
the drug-induced death of
Maryland basketball player Len
Bias on June 19, Ross said, "I have
a little concern about the emotion
al state of the squad --- and that's
not to do with football." He said
the team has been distracted by
the grand jury' investigation and
the national media spotlight.
On the field, the Terrapins have
another problem: starting quar
terback Dan Henning, a junior,
has never taken a snap from cen
ter in a college game.
"I'm very anxious to see how
our quarterbacks perform," Ross
said. "Dan Henning is a quality
riesell escapes prosecution in Bias investigation
By GORDON BEARD
AP Sports Writer
UPPER MARLBORO, Md. A
grand jury decided yesterday not to
indict University of Maryland Bas
ketball Coach Lefty Driesell and two
other men on obstruction of justice
charges, even though the three sug
gested that Len Bias' dormitory room
be cleaned in the hours after the
basketball player died.
Bias collapsed in his dormitory
room on June 19. He was pronounced
dead two hours later of cocaine intox
Arthur A. Marshall Jr., Prince
George's County prosecutor, said the
advice of the three men to clean the
dormitory room where Bias collapsed
was improper, "but there were no
corrupt motives involved."
"It was stupid advice . . . wrong
advice, and should not have been
given," Marshall said. "But I don't
think it was criminal, and the grand
In addition to Driesell, sports agent
Lee Fentress and Robert Wagner,
Bias' high school basketball coach,
offered similar advice, according to
testimony developed by the grand
jury, Marshall said.
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Fentress, an attorney who rep
resented Driesell and Bias in contract
negotiations with a shoe company,
had advised Driesell to have the room
cleaned, Marshall said. Driesell re
layed the information to assistant
coach Oliver Purnell, but Purnell,
who also testified before the grand
Tribble s role
By PAUL PAGE
Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON Brian Tribble, charged in
connection with the cocaine intoxication death
of basketball star Len Bias, has been linked to a
gun slaying in northeast Washington, accord
ing to papers filed in District of Columbia
The court papers also say that Bias was in
Tribble's apartment shortly before the athlete
died June 19, indicating police may have
cleared up some of the mystery of Bias'
movements in the early morning hours of that
The court documents, signed by Prince
George's (County) Circuit Judge Robert J.
Woods; ask District of Columbia authorities to
subpoena three men who live in the city to
appear before the Prince George's County
grand jury investigating the Bias death.
One of the trio, Adrian James, is a former
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PIZZA COOKS AND delivery driv
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HELP WANTED CHOIR director
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YOU ARE WANTED. Dynamic
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Cooks, experienced. Perfection.
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Maintenance personnel- must be
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Young Mens shop; Friday, Au
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A COMPLETE WORD proc-,
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STUDENT HELPER PROOF
READING, typing, free copy, ma
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graduate of distinction L.A. 1986.
Call Steve 364.9170 local 9.9.
Campus pick-up and delivery.
"Found" notices are pub.
lished for three days at no
charge. This policy does not ap•
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If you find a "PSU" key or a key
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please deliver the item to Police
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jury, refused to carry out the sugges
"Purnell knew something was
wrong, and he shouldn't do it," Mai.-
In addition to questioning the pro
priety of the suggestions made by
Driesell, Fentress and Wagner, Mar-
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in Bias death,
District police officer who, according to the
court papers, told police that Tribble was
responsible for the death of a man who had
stolen a safe belonging to Tribble.
The court documents, labeled "certificates,"
summon James based on previous statements
he made to police, but do not describe where or
how he came to make the statements, or
whether there is any corroborating evidence.
Asked about the court documents, District of
Columbia police spokesman Joseph Gentile
said he would not comment on James'
The safe was taken in the hours following
Bias' death from the apartment of Julie Walk
er, a friend of Tribble, who told police it
belonged to Tribble.
James led police to the safe which was found
The two other men Woods asked Dist Wet
authorities to subpoena Gideon Fobbs and
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shall was sharply critical of the way
Drisesell acted in what he called an
"almost parental" role-setting mod
The prosecutor said it was also
evident that the coach had knowledge
of one or more Maryland players had
drug problems, and suggested that
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the university may want to use "ad
ministrative remedies" to discipline
the veteran coach.
"I'm passing the ball back in their
court, where it belongs," Marshall
said, while noting the grand jury may
write a report on its university find
ings before disbanding at the end of
unrelated murder clarified
Mark Majors are friends of Tribble, accord
ing to the court papers.
The documents cite an unidentified witness
as saying that Fobbs and Majors were in
Tribble's apartment with Bias early on the
morning of the University of Maryland basket
ball star's death.
In connection with the investigation of Bias'
death, Tribble has been indicted on four
counts: possession of cocaine, possession with
intent to distribute cocaine, distribution of
cocaine and possession of PCP.
James told police, according to the court
papers, that Tribble "learned the identity of
two persons who took the safe and, after a
blackmail attempt by one of those two persons,
Mr. Tribble either himself or by an agent, had
one of those two persons murdered for failing to
return the contents of the safe."
The documents did not reveal the name of the
murdered person, but two Washington tele
vision stations have identified the victim as
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The Daily Collegian Wednesday, Aug. 27, 1986-27
Karl Lance Joyner, 30, of northeast Washing
ton, who police say was found dead of multiple
gunshot wounds on a junior high school play
ground in northeast Washington July 7.
Homicide detective Clayton Bagley, who is
investigating .the Joyner slaying, was in a
grand jury proceeding yesterday.
Outside the prosecutors' office he told a
reporter, "I ain't taking no questions."
Joyner has a lengthy D.C. Superior Court
record dating back to 1974. This entails convic
tions on seven separate charges, including
assault, robbery, armed robbery and heroin
His most recent arrest came in September
1984 on charges of second-degree burglary.
Nine of the 28 charges lodged against Joyner
Woods wants James, Majors and Fobbs to
appear before the Bias grand jury Sept. 10. If
they challenge such an appearance, they are to
appear in D.C. Superior Court Sept. 3.
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Other indictments are possible af
ter the criminal investigation into the'
death of Bias resumes on Sept. 10.
Fentress and Wagner, both waiving
immunity from prosecution, testified
yesterday. Driesell waived immunity
and testified last week.
If you've ever lived hi southern
California you will recognize the
Influence on Amide apartments.
High vaulted ceilings. Bright, airy
rooms. Dramatic loft bedrooms.
Skylights. Patios and balconies
with redwood railings ideal for
summer cook-outs. Windows that
Invite Mother Nature indoors.
Combine all this with a view of
the green Pennsylvania country
side and you have the best of two
worlds. It's modern American
ambiance. The residents of Amitle
are young professionals, business
people, graduate students and re
tirees. A good mix. All have at
least two things in common ...
discriminating taste and a love of
the good life.
Stop by'and see for yourself.
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