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NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM Bench, Aaron, Mays Vote Pacers NEW YORK (AP) — Johnny Bench. Cittcuiiiatf s super catcher, and venerable sluggers Ha-iiik Aaron of Atlanta and Willie Mays of San Francisco are the early pace-setters in voting for the National League All-Star toam. Bench, the NL's most valuable player last season, received 69,506 of the 110,000 voles cast by fans to lead all players in ths first week's balloting, according to figures released today by Commissioner Bowie Kivhn. Aaron. 37, and the 40-year-old Mays also received more than 60.000 votes each to Pittsburgh's Willie Stargell, who leads tlie league in home runs and runs batted in, is the third outfielder. The other early leaders are first baseman Willie McCovey of San Francisco, second base- main Glenn Beckert of the Chicago Clubs, shortstop Bud Harrel&on of the New York Mets and third baseman Joe Torre of St. Louis. Ralph Garr, the Atlanta speedster whose name does not appear on the All-Star ballot, received 14,251 write-in votes to rank No. 8 among outfielders. Aaron picked up 65,206 votes, Mays got 60,040 and Stargell 25,193. Lou Brock of St. Louis, Pe'te Rose of Cincinnati, Rob- erto Clemente of Pittsburgh and Billy Williams of Chicago also are ahead of Garr. The closest race is at short- slop, where Harrelson has a 1,688-vote edge over tihe Cubs' Don Kissinger. Other runners-up are Atlanta's Orlando Cepedla at first base, St. Louis' Julian Javier at second, Chicago's Ron Santo at third and New York's Jerry Grabs behind the plate. Ciete Boyer, released by Atlanta recently, stands fourth in the third base balloting. Earlier this week, first returns in the American League voting for the July 13 All-Star Game ait Detroit showed out- fielder Oarl Yastrzemski of Boston leading %e way. Other AL leaders were first baseman Boog PoweH of Baltimore , .second baseman Rod Csnew of Minnesota, shortstop Luis Apaaicio of Boston, third baseman Brooks Robinson of Baltimore, outfielders Tony 01- iva of Minnesota and Frank Robinson of Baltimore and oaitoher Bill Freehan of Detroit. The fan voting for the All- Star starters, exclusive of pitcher®, in each league wil 'continue through June 30. Pitchers and the remainder of tine squads wiM be selected by rival managers Eairl Weaver of Baltimore and Sparky Andlar- son of Cincinnaitii. 'Cash Register' Continues To Ring for Detroit City By KEN RAPPO"ORT Associated Pess Sports Writer The Cash register continues to ring for Detroit City while moving toward the top of the all-time Tiger hit parade. That's Norm Cash, spinning sweet music with his jwing. Cash clouted another game- winning home run, powering Detroit past Milwaukee 3-2 Thursday night, and pulled into a second-place tie with Hank Green'berg on the team's career list with 310 blasts. "It's great to tie Greenberg because he was a heck of a ballplayer," said Cash, who also delivered a three-run shot in Wednesday night's 3-0 victory over the Brewers. Based on his hottest start in years, Cash inevitably will soon move into second place all by himself behind teammate Al Kaline, who has 355. Cash has been carrying the Tigers this season, including a number of game-winning hits in his team-leading 31 runs batted in and 13 homers. The Cleveland Indians swamped the ChicagD White Sox 9-0;. the Baltimore Orioles walloped the Minnesota Twins 12-0 and the New York Yankees clipped the California Angels 32 in the night's other American League games. Rain washed the contest between Washington and Kansas City. National League scores: San Diego Paidnes 4, New York Mets 2; Philadelphia Phillies 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 2; Montreal Expos 3, San Francisco Gianits 1; Aitlanta Braves 2, Houston Astros 1 and Pittsburgh Pirates 3, St. Louis Cardinals 1. Just before Cash's two-run shot in the sixth inning that erased a 2-1 Milwaukee lead, Brewer Manager Dave Bristol went out to talk to pitcher Skip Lockwood. "I told Skip that this might be the foaHgame ... I was just trying to settle him down," said Bristol," and it turned out that it was the ballgame after all." The Tigers had scored their fist run in the second inning on a single by Mickey Stanley and triple by Bill Freehan before the Brewers came back to sock winner Joe Coleman with Bill Voss' two-run homer in the fourth. Ray Fosse's three-run homer and Ted Uhlaender's two-run double backed Ray Lamb's five-bit pitching as Cleveland took Chicago to complete a sweep of their three-game series. Uhlaend<er's double capped a three-run first inning far the Indians and Fosse slugged his fourth homeo* of the season for three more runs in the second. Lamb pitched out of his only jam in the seventh, when he had men on second and third. Frank Robinson, saddled with an early-season slump, contin- ued his recent hot streak by driving in five runs on a homer and two singles for Baltimore .Robinson ' singled home the first of two Oriole runs ir the first inning, swatted a two-run homer to cap a four-run rally in the second and singled home two more tallies in the third. In the past seven games, Robby has been batting .500 with 14 hits, including four homers and 11 runs, batted in. The streak inflated his average to .314. Streaking Stan Bahnsen kept his hand hot with a five-hitter to lead the New York success. It was the fourth straight complete-game victory for the Yankee right-hander, who was stuck in a 1-6 won-lost rut earlier. Bahnsen, who started his winning string with a fivs-hitter against the Angels oh May 29, brought his record to 5-6 with Thursday night's perfor nance. Borrowed Putter PutsTomonTop CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Tom Weiskopf borrowed a putter from a Mend in Columbus, Ohio a couple of weeks ago— •and the man may have a (hard time gettog it back. Revise List Of Make-ups Additional changes in the list of make-up games for the soft•ball and baseball programs sponsored by the City Recreation Dept. have been made. A few changes weire made in the list published in Thursday's Telegram sports section. The new, revised list of make-ups: Saturday, June \1 At Clint Lightner /ield — 6 p.m. Twins vs. Jlolcomb. 7;30 p.m. Lions vs. Shrineirs. Sunday, June 13 At Clint Lightner Field — G p.m. Oilers vs. Holcomb. 7:30 p.m. Knights of Columbus vs. Rotaay. At Cleaver Field — 6 p.m. Holcomb vs. Jupiter. 7 p.m. Whites vs. Reds. 8 p.m. Golds vs. Blacks. 9 p.m Browns vs Whites. 10 p.m. Maroons vs. Oranges. Tuesday, June 15 At Fansler Field — 10 p.mi. Red's Gulf Service Station vs. Fansler Tires. Thursday, June 17 Ait Fansler Field — Garden By-Products v.s. Deerfield. Standout MU Catcher Signs Dodge Contract JOPLM, Mo. (AP) — Steve Patchiin, 21, standout caitdnisr lor the University of Missouri •'line past four yeans, Thursday ndigtot signed a contoac/t wdifih tb/e Los Amgetes Dodgens baseball club. • The comitecit was signed at Paitdhtim's home in Joplin. Paitchiih' is reported to have signed for a substantial bonus He wail report to the Dodgers' « Class A club in' Medford, Ore. "It would be like stealing Van Gogh's paint brush," Tall Tom said Thursday after he had carved out a sox-under-par 66 for a two stroke lead in the $150,000 Kemper Opan, Golf Tournament. , It .was the first time the 6- foot-3 Weiskopf had le)d at any stage of any lounrament this season. "I took four months off last year to go hunltmjj,'" he said. "I didn't play after Labor Day, I think my game suffered from the layoff and I feel I'm ju&t coming back." . The 28-year-old Weisfcopf, a non-winner since 1968, had a two-stroke margin over a quartet tied ait 68, four-under-par on the longest course the touring pros will play this season, the 7,278-yard Quail Hollow Country Club layout. They are Jim Colbert, a onetime Kansas State football player, veterans Millar Barber and Chadie Sifford, and Tom Sisolak, a Monday qualifier who has won only $70 this season on the tour. The group at 69 included Lee Trevino, New Zealand lefty Bob Charles and rookie sensation Hubert Green. Others at that figure are Mason Rudolph, Ron Rief, Bobby Mitchell, Larry Hinson, Rod Funseth and Bob Lunn. Arnold Palmer, back in action after a three-week layoff, was in position- at 70, He didn't make a bogey, had two birdies and missed only one fairway and one green. Gary Player, the little. South African who ranked as a pre- toumey favorite for the $30,000 ftosit pirze,. only could maitdh par. 72 on the long, damp layout. Masters champion Charles Coody, and England's Tony Jacklin, who defends his United States Open title next .week, were well back with a pair of, .... .. "I had the best stroke aver•aye on *he tour (70.643) and/! won almost $100,000 ($95,287)" said Weiskopf. "I'd never before had the opportunity to take off in a fall, and I had a bunch of hunting trips planned, so I just took off." The hard-hitting 28-year-old, in his eighth year on the pro tour, said he thought a long hitter had an advantage on the big coumse, but added "if'he's playing well, a long hitter has an advantage on almost «ny kind of course. He used only 29 strokes on the greens, didn't have a bogey, missed one fairway and one green. Nine Teams In Tourney Nine teams — including four clulbs from out of town — compete here over the weekend in a 'tournament far men's slow- pitooh sodtoballers. It's double-eliimiuaition, and M include dubs from Dodge Oity, Oimarron, Ulysses, ''amid Liberal They Dodge City enitry is B-J Mixers, last year's Kansas staite king. Kinnev Glass does not play uilffll Saturday. Ali games will be at Fainsiler Field w Ftanuip Park. Four games are -slated nightly. to- niigM and Saturdiay. Oampeti- tion is also scheduled Sunday aifitermoon land 'night. Saturday's games wll be ait 7, 8, 9, -amd 10 p.m. Tonight's opendng-round slate: 7 p.m. —• Carmelita's Cafe vs. Weedem Aviation. 8 p.m. —iKhnesman Packing vs. Ulysses. 9 p.m. — Pizza Garden vs. Gimaairon. 10 p.m. — B-J Mixers of Dodge City vs. LaPlant Carpeting, of Liberal. OhiCubs Sign Their No. 1 Draft Selection CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs sigmed Thursday their No. 1 pick in >tihe major league /baseball diraiflt, Burt Hooton, a ibwo4imie Ai. Ameni- cam piltcihisr from tihe IMversiilty of Texas. . . Hootton, who notdhed -35 wins and only teee losses in -Ms collegiate career, wMl skip his final year in (school and join the Cubs in uniform Suniday. 20 Ball Games On Slate Tonight Twenty saUKbadll and baseball games are sdheduled tonight in programs sponsored by the City Recreation Dept. Saturday, no reguHarly-'sched- uled comltesfe are on tap. But some felds will be busy with nuake-up giamea. The mien's slow^pitoh s-oiDbbal. touirney will afeo be undier way ait Fanslar Field. The slate.for toniigiht: . At Clint Lightner Field — 7 p.m. DaemiMd vs. Lions. 9 p.m. Subleltte vs. Shriners. At Fansler Field — Start of invibateonal tourney for men League A soltbaMers. At Cleaver Field — 6 p.m. Tarus vs; Scorpio. 7 p.m. Golds vs. Red®. 8 p.m. Greens vs. Wtoiite®. 9 p.m. Hokoimb vs Browns. At Garden League Field — 6 pijm. Roses vs. Holcomb. 7:15 p.m. Oarniatiions vs. Mornimg Glories. At Zoo League Field — 6 p.m. Tigans vs. Bears. 7:15 p.m. Lonighorns' vs. Panitiheirs. At Prep League Field — 6 p.m. Vikinigs vs: Dodgers. 7:15 p.m. Spuns vs. Raiders. At Gardendale — 6 p.m. Navajos vs. Shlawnees. 7; 15 p.m. Apadhes vs. Comanches. At Jennie Wilson School — 6 p.m. Iradliiainis vs. Pilots. 7:15 p.m. Yanks vs. Cowboys. In Rowing Event The son of a Garden Oity woman will be in the national championship regatta at Syracuse, NT.Y., June 17-19. He's the stroke, Pat Kennedy (extreme left, standing), son of Mrs. Donna Kennedy, 910 Howerton. The team will take part in the "four coxswain" competition in New York. Other members of the group are (from left, standing), Bon Moehlman, Manhattan; Warren Rose, Kiowa; Larry Snyder, Coats; coxswain Earl Allen, Preston, (kneeling, left) and Bill Dieterieh, Princeton, (kneeling, right). Friday, June 11, 1971 Garden City Telegram Page Z FANFARE By WalfDifcei T FU.ST THE FISH-SHAKE THENV \N A BAS MVlTH FUOUR X ANP ESSS-FRV THEM CWSPV/aouPEN 3ROWN IN COOKINS. OIL-MOW THAT'S A V/OUlP YOU RUN THROUGH THAT AGAIN? The Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Leagua East Division W. L. Pel G.B. New York 32 21 .604 Vi Pittsburgh 35 23 .603 — St. Louis 35 24 .593 Vz Chicago 28 29 .491 6V 2 Montreal 24 27 .471 IVz Phila. 22 33 .400 West Division San Fran. 38 22 .633 — Los Angeles 30 28 .517 7 Houston 28 30 .423' 9 Atlanta 28 32 .467 11 Cincinnati 23 34 .404 San Diego 19 3!) .328 18 Thursday's Results San Diego 4, New York 2 Atlanta 2, Houston 1 Montreal 3, San Francisco 1 Philadelphia 4, Los Angeles 2 Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 1 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cincinnati (Gullett 6'-2) at Chicago (Hands 5-8) San Diego (Roberts 4-5) at Philadelphia (Lersch 4-4), night San, Francisco (Stone 4-4) at New York (Williams 1-1), night Los Angeles (Downing 5-3) at Montreal (BrMiton 0-0), night Atlanta (Nash 4-4) at Houston (Blasinigame 4-6), night Pitlbsfburgh (Ellis 8-3) at St. Louis (Cleveland 5-4), night Saturday's Games Cincinnati at Chicago San Diego ait Philadelphia, night San Fffiancisco at New York Los Angeles ait Montreal, night Atlanta'at Houston, night Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night Sunday's Games Cincinnati at Chicago San Diego at Philadelphia San Francisco at New York Los Angeles at Montreal Atlanta at Houston Pittsburgh cut St. Ixnris American League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore 34 19 .642 — Boston 32 23 .582 3 Detroit 31 25 .554 4Ya Cleveland 26 28 .481 New York 25 31 .446 Wash. ' 19 35 .352 1C Mi West Division OaklankJ 38 19 .667 — Kansas City 28 23 .549 7 Minnesota 27 30 .474 11 California 27 31 .466 Chicago 20 31 .392 15 Milwaukee 20. 32 .385 15>/ 2 Thursday's Results Cleveland 9, Chicago 0 Baltimore 12, Minnesota 0 Detroit 3, Milwaukee 2 New York 3, California 2 Washington at Kansas City, rain .Only games scheduled Friday's Games Milwaukee (Pattin 6-5) at Cleveland (Dunning 5-4), night Chicago (Horlen 0-2) at Baltimore (McNally 8-4) night Boston (Tiiant 0-0) at Kansas City (Wright 2-2), night Minnesota (Blyleven 6-7) at Detroit (Chance 1-6) night New York (Bahnsen 4-6) at Oakland (Hunter 9-3), night Washington (McLain 4-10) at California (Murphy 3-7), night Saturday's Games Milwaukee at Cleveland! Chicago at Baltimore, night Boston at Kansas City, night Minnesota at Detroit New York at Oakland " Washington at California, night Sunday's Games Milwaukee at Cleveland Chicago at Baltimore Boston at Kansas City , Minnesota at Detroit New York at Oakland Washington at California TOPEKA (AP) — Chris Simian, the defending champion, won his first round match in 'he Kansas State Amateur Golf Tournament Thursday. The Pitbs'burg player took a Uup victory over |James Quiim of Kansas City. Meflalist Steve Jenne of Kansas City, a 1970 Wichita State University graduate, beat Bill Flenley, also of Kansas City, in two extra holes. '.,.. Dee Kefcchum of Lawrence, upset the 1968 champion, Mike Krone, also of Lawrence, 1-up. Bob Daire of Wellington, the L969 champion, defeated Robert Bouck'of Kansas City, 4-3. Dare shot par -on the 6,557- fasrd, par 71 Topeka country 21ub course. Virgil Parker, 1953 champion from Wichita, beat Craig Par- zybok of Wichita, 6-4.' Parker was one over par.' Diave Denrais of Independ- dence, champion in 1950 and '51, defeated Dude Wisbeey, Salima, 4-3. . Summaries' of the first round of match play; Christ Strahan, Pitfeburg, defeated James Quinn, Kansas Cilty, 1 up. Steve Foidston, Wichita, defeated Clark Stevens, Wichita, 3 and 2. Virgil Parker, Wichita, de- halted Craig Pai-zybok, Wichita, 6 and 4.:' Gary Kershner,' Topefca, defeated Tim Mehl, Kansas City, 1 up. Rocky:- 4;WaJfit, Wichita, defeated Gordon Lewis, Osawatomie, 3 arid'2. Dee Keichum, Lawrence, der feated Mike Krone, Lawrence, 1 up Frank Rose, Topeka, defeated Mike Phillips, Kansas City, 1 up on 20. Stan Brewer, Parsons, defeated James Thompson, Kansas City, 5 and 4. Steve Jenne, Kansas City, de- Want Ads Get Results Boyer Free, $1,000 Short NEW YORK (AP) — dete Boyer, fined $1,000 for betting on football games, and his stormy departure from the Atlanta Braves sitil a. miatter of dispute, is free today to pursue his baseball oareer. The veteran thirt! baseman was fined Thursday by baseball Commissioner Bowie JCuhn for • betting on college and pro football games in 1968 and 1969. The action clears the way for Boyer to seek a deal with another club. All negotiations between Boyer and any team were suspended by Kmhn pending his investigation into the gambling issue._ "It is tome t&at a couple of. years ago I made a few bets on football games with a man I thought was a friend. :I have never bet on baseball and I have never made any kind of a bet with anyone I knew to-be a bookmaker," Boyer said in a statement issued by the office of Marvin Miller, executive director of the , Players' Association. However, the 34-year-old) infielder later said, I'm innocent, but I don't see any sense fighting it—the commissioner has shown a very understanding attitude." With Kulin's investigation and the fine,' believed to be the first in which a player lias been fined for betting on another sport, Boyer said he would like to play on fc West Coast. It was learntd Oakland has contacted Boyer since his departure from Atlanta. Oakland owner Charles 0. Pinley was not available for comment Thursday but Manager Dick Williams said: "We've been running hot and cold on Boyer. If we can make something else work, we'll be better off." Meanwhile, Miller is seeking to get Boyer his severance pay from Atlanta.' Boyer got into trouble with Atlanta when he said, in print, (hat "there shouldn't be a place for a guy like (General Manager Paul) Richards in baseball, and the manager (Lum Harris) wouldn't be here unless he was one of Paul's pals. Eddie Matthews (Braves coach) should be the manager—that's how much I think of him." Richards then questioned Boyer's ability and said he could have his release if he waived his severance pay, •about $15,000. Buyer, hitting .245 with six homers and 19 runs batted in in 30 games until he left May 23, agreed to do so and become a free agent May 28. ' . „/ Willie's Trading Post MAIN STRHT UOTI, KANSAS WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS v • Monday. June 14 Furniture .Appliances Clotfiing Dishes Antiques Miscellaneous Come In And Get Acquainted STORE HOURS WEEKDAYS 9 a.m. to 6 p.m SATURDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS State Golf Champ Wins First Match feateid Bil Henley, Kansas City, 1 up on 20. ' Bob Dare, Wellingtco., defeated Robert Bouck, Kansas City, 4 and 3. Jack Clevenger, Topeka, defeated Bob Dev ne; Kensas feated Bob Devirae, Kansas Dave Newquist, Kansas City, defeated James Stonej Ewi- proia, 1 up. Neal Holland, defeated Denny Payne, Topeka, 3 and 2 Dan Lindiberg, Salm>a, defeated Paul Anderson, Manhattan, 1 up Bink Wiittonan, Wiohiba, defeated Gary Navarro, Wichita, 1 up Dave Dennis, Independence, defeated Dude Wisbey, Salina, 4 and 3. Monte, Bushton Athletes Sign Two more outstanding athletes have signed letters of intent to compete in track and field for Garden Cilty Junior Collage in 1971-72 The sdgninigs were 'announced tints week by Brorac'busters track coach Dorm Saylors. They aire Myron Biehler, Busb- ton, amid Jim Love, Montezuma. Biiehter is a sprinter, and he wM also play footbal this fall for GCJC. He's an offensive back. He pilaced fouirtih in *he state Oasis A 100-yar 1 dasto .aind has a beist-«ver clocking of 10.1 seconds. He has also done the 220-yard dash in 23.0 seconds. Love was an all-around athlete for Montezumia High. He was Santa Fe Tnail League 440- yard chamip tliis spring in 54.0 seconds. He was second in the 880-yaird run in the league meet, but has been 'timed in 2:02. The Montezuma youth will compete onily in <track and field here. Wrestling Meet To Start Tonight Tonight's .opening session of the Garden City Junior Freestyle Wrestling Tournament runs from 5 to 10 p.m. All action in the two-day event will be at the senior high gymnasium.. Competition is in the standard 10 Olympic weight divisions. The event is a promotion of the Garden City Takedown Club, with Lee Albert as tourney director. It's approved by the Kansas State High School Activities Asisn., and sanctioned! by the United States Wrestling Federation. The meet winds up tomorrow. Saturday weigh-ins will be from 9 to 10 a.m., with the tourney's second session running from noon to 3 p.m. Third session will be from 3 to 8 p.m. • Final round of consolation and championship matches is slated from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. On hand for the tourney is Mya-on Roderick, former Oklahoma State University wresitl- ing coach. He is president of the USWF. GARDEN CITY AREA PRIVATE CLUBS , Entertainment Schedule Saturday, June 12 For Members & Guests Only AMERICAN LEGION HALL OF FAME Dim and Dane* EAGLES LODGE SAM and SHIELA "lirthday Party" MOOSE LODGE RAY HUDSON Rtttaurant Hours S P.M. To 2 A.M. GRAIN BIN SALOON Saturday—WILLY and th* POORBOYS Evary W«d. * Prt. THI CONTININTALS KATZ' CLUB PARADOX "RCNAGADES" Country Western & Reek CLUB CONTINENTAL CLOSID Temporarily for Remodeling

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