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 - National, American All-Stars Win — The Little...
National, American All-Stars Win — The Little League Nationals beat the Americans 9-2, and the Babe Ruth League Americans topped the Nationals, 15-4, in a pair ol' Boys Baseball holiday All-Star games yesterday. In Babe Ruth League action Thursday, the Orioles regained sole possession of the American Division lead by defeating the Red Sox, 7-0, in a game between the leaders, and the Badgers won their fourth game in 13 starts by taking a 9-5 decision from the Senators. Little League games Thursday included the Yankees' R-2 win over the Cubs, and the Twins' 10-6 victory over the Giants in two inlerdivision games. Vern Wilcox' double for the Nationals and Steve Bunderson's triple for the losers were the only extra-base hits in the Little League All-Star game. The Nationals took a 3-1 lead with a three-run fourth and that was all they needed. The Americans got their final run in BARE RUTH American W L. Oriole-, 8 2 Senntor* . Red Sox 7 3 Badgers ., National W 1.' Blii»bird-. .... 1 7 Phi!li«< ., Recllf'gs 5 6 Pirates .. LITTLE LEAGUE American W L Twin-, 1 1* Athletic', ,, Indians * 3 Whits Sox Yankees ..,, i 4 Tigers .... National W L , Braves 7 1 Cuhi Dodgers 5 A Colts Cardinals ... 5 ,t Giants",'.',' W I. A k 4 9 W L •t II 2 10 W L. 5 4 3 4 2 6 WL 4 f, 1 7 1 9 Churchill pitched three innings of no-hit no-run ball against the Nationals as the winners managed three four-run innings en route to their Babe Ruth League All-Star victory. John Bob/cin and Don Davis doubled for the Nationals and Chuck Sturdevant got a two- base hit for the Americans. Teammate Tom Scalissi hit the game's only home run. the bottom of the seventh. The ninth was the Nationals' big inning as they got six runs to complete the scoring. Bill Riley collected four hits for the Americans, and MV1KE Red Sox (0) Orioles (7) ab r h ab r h 3 0 7 Murrtevant 2b 4 1 1 Churchill 3b Loses Challenge •500 Illbeck ss . 2 0 0 T. Ryan p 300 TeBeau Ib 700 Michaels It 3 Q 0 Hilt 3b 300 Mulli rl 200 McGrath ct '100 Dowel 1 0 Riley p 2 1 0 Scallisi ss 1 0 0 Murray 300 Pierce ct 1 0 0 Story 3 1 1 Steinke c 000 Krogmnn 1 1 0 Natz cf 300 Greenhfllgh c 2 1 0 Brown rf 3 0 1 Fanning 2b 3 1 7. GlocdMb 2402 247 5 Orioles OVO 006--7 Red Sox 000 000—0 2B—Churchill, Gloede, Sturdevan! BR _- Ryfln 7, RMey 3 so _ RyBn by three-quarters of a length in .6 minutes, 28 seconds for the 1 mile, 55-yard course. The record time of 6:16 for the race was set by Ratzeburger Rowing club of West Germany in 1965. Pennsylvania was trying for the first American victory in "The Grand" since Harvard triumphed 11 years ago. In another East-West en•counter, Badgers (?) ab r h 422 Deyer cf 3 2 1 Black If 402 McBride p 370 Lind* Ib 200 Rudd ss 0 1 0 Smilh 3ta 301 Bertaqnoli rf 3 1 1 Cullen 2b 3 1 1 Holland c 259 8 Senators (5) ab r h 4 1 1 Ynatnn Ib 422 O'Lesry cf 3 0 1 Dulin 5b-p 417. Anacker c 701 Thorn 3b 3 1 ? Hinderlie 2ta-p 3 0 1 Lemke ss 300 Knuth II 2 0 O.Carlson rf 100 Johnson 2b 1 0 0 Benner rf 30510 B»he Ruth Amcrion (IS) ab r h •» •}. 0 Churchill 3b S 1 0 Ryan ct 524 Riley If 3 1 1 O'LCary rl 3 1 0 TeBeau Ib 322 Sturdevant 2b 3 2 1 Scalissi ss 2 1 2 Yeaton p 7 1 0 Anacker c ? 0 1 Dulin 5b 3 0 1 McBride rf 1 1 0 Rudd ss 2 1 1 Pierce If TOO Steinke 1b 1 0 0 Hilt 3b 40 1513 American National H) ab r h .1 n 1 Dilley rf 200 Brace 5h 300 Mclichar cf 5 0 1 Bobbin Ib 300 Kipler ss .710 Amundsen cf 200 Dilley 3b 3 1 0 Mauser c 000 Reed p 7 1 0 Sleinke 2b 110 Owen cf 200 Stone It ? 0 1 Davis 3b 200 Arneson e 100 Drew c 1 0 0 Miller p 3443 421 004 400 -15 Nalional OJO 020 000—4 28 — Sturdevanl, Davis, Bobzein. HR — Scalissi. BB — Yeaton 3, Reed 3. .Miller -2, Brace 1, O'Lnary 1, Churchill 1. SO — Yeaton 2, O'Learv 3, Churchill c "—• Brace 4. S/ Reed 3, Miller 0, Little Leagu* National (D ab r h 4 1 1 Conlsy 2b 300 Alqrem cf 3 1 1 Anderson p 422 Bunderson ss 200 Jegerlchner If 2 1 1 Johnson 3b 202 Melichar Ih 0 1 0 Johanning rf 200 Olson c 1 1 0 Reed ss 1 1 1 Campion 2b .100 Herriot 3b 0 1 0 Schaller Ib ) 0 0 Barry p " American (J) ab r h 3 0 1 Wilcox 3b 200 Oudrton 3b 200 Hanson D, Ib 3 0 1 Burk'mcr p, ss 300 Johnson Ib 3 1 1 Dilley If 000 Nichols rf 200 Folker c 200 McNamara cf 200 Bordner If 2 1 I Grams ss 000 Warmke !b 200 Kennedy c 200 Rebman rf 2698 2824 American 000 • 100 National .000 300- 2B — Wilcox: 38 — Bunderson. 100^-2: 000—9-

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 05 Jul 1969, Sat,
  3. Page 13

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