May 10, 1973 Karen
Weather Hampers Play in Athens Girls Softball ELKS Al., MM I 14. Mothers Dance Party Door Prizes Flowers Buffet served 6:30 to 8:30 $1.50 per person DANCE 9:30 Starlighters Orchestra SAT., MAY 26 DANCE DOLrandTthe COUNTRY TRAVELERS bad weather. (n Monday two ca.ies were pi; ed. in the first, the Bouncing Bats came 3 to 1. For the Bourn Bats. the big hitters were Mary' Regan and Pamela Pis s e.e h . ... elms home run and Jane Welcfa collecting three hits, ihe Boomers were led by usa pauiuin.4 : ippitr : m.iuun. : a tnrle: ad'.i.r.. or, each were Cheryl SpauklinT. San- dra Sr. ;.:ri s:::- - The second game was a hitters contest, with the StuggMTJ outsconng Siu '-: scoring three runs u bottom of the last inning. For the winners. Pat Barton and Karen Nich ols collected four hits each includ- a home run; Bonnie fiett .:. Mere dith Beck and Vickie Hemenw; each belter' two hits. The Happy il.t'-rs .i.i-r.-' i.'a i.i: were Mat Wolf and Karl.i Cole sm:.h;!VJ hits one being a home run by each girl. Diane Crisman collected three .Ninj!.-s ,i!Vil 0r:.ie Yvmans tw tin V. i.-v. M.. " 2. two came? were played in a light rain. In the first any. ' Te:ro: - vv n the lr first game 8 to 5 over the Siu :-:ei and in the second, the Golden Glov lost their first game to the Runners Royal 5 to L The Terrors leadine hitter Betsy Titus with a home run two s;: -K-;. followed by Vickie bie and Sonja Benjamin with three hits each and Nancy Shay a triple. Again for the Sluggers. Pat Bart- 6th ANNUAL SAYRE I I V ALL -SPORTS I I BANQUET I ( SAT., MAY 12 6:30 P.M. E I CAFETERIA nghtihander in two games, launched sewn hits in three innings enroute "The law of averages caught up with me." said Busby, who had combined on a no-hitter against the Tigers in spring training and then pitched a no-hitter himself last April 27 in Detroit. "I was getting behind a little more tonight than I did in Detroit," explained Busby. "But in Detroit I came back with good pitches not tonight. "I was throwing a little too fine. I've got to challenge the hitters They hit the heck out of the ball, Jim Perry again the same pitch-er who was on the mound in the no . ;. Perry whipped Busby this r. relief help from John Hill- In the other American League : ins u ed the California Angels 10-3; the Oakland A s nipped the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 in 10 innings: the Milwaukee Brewers trimmed the Texas Rangers 5-1 and the New York Yankees blanked the Minnesota Twins 2-0. The Tigers settled the no-hit stigma at once by getting a hit in the first inning off Busbv. a single to right by Gates Brown. The Tigers scored two runs off the right-hander m the second on an error and Aure- lio Rodriguez' run-sconng single. Brown's single off Busby's leg, which forced the pitcher to leave the gamt after the inning, sparked another ral- i the third. 1 her 1 hits. home run: Karen Nichols one hit, a home run; while Cin-' Shutt and Bonnie Kellot; smash ed two hits each. The second same found another low scoring affair, with Lori Millard heading the way for her team with three hits, one a home run: collecting three hits for the Runners Royal were Diane .ensch. Julie Sweet, and Susan Magee. The Golden Gloves big stick was Cindy Bean with two doubles and a single- followed by Lisa Anderson's 2id Tyna Kennedy's two hits each: Pam Thomas and Nancv Wood each belted a single.