The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 31, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, January 31, 1977
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NAUGATL'CKNEWS <r~in.) Monday, June 7,l91S-Page9 White Sox Sweep Tribe; Yankees, A's Split Pair .... , n.__., i -in to/in DC thp Red Sox i largely to the success of (he wilh (he only run Brelt and apiece as (he Red Sox knocked vMe Sox' Virgil Trucks and Jefferson needed in (he nigh.- cout N'ol » J^»« 3 ' By BILL MADDEN UPI Sports Writer That old Paul Richards go While Sox pitchers. V/alker and Mill Pappas winners of caslolfs and unprov- Falcons Clout Liberties THE NAl'GATUCK HIGH SCHOOL Varsity Girls' tennis team, only in existence (he past (wo years, has completed a very successful season uilh a 9-2 record In the Naugatuck Valley League. Front row from left to right, co-captain Usa Leonard and ccKapUin Kim Hacketl. Back row from led, coach Allene Zlssg, Beth Mszuroskl, Lisa Grele, Lu DIMaria, Chris Zsk, Donna Mychaskiw, Sue Thyren, Palti O'Connell and Jodi Hilchcock. (NEWSpholo by Don Cousey) Kite Takes Bicentennial Golf By ED McFAI.I. seven under par after regula- second shol in Ihe rough lefl of PHILADELPHIA (UIH) - II lion and forced Ihe sudden the green, Kite hil the green takes a little momentum lo get death which Kite won when he a kite going and one named parred the fifth exlra hole and Tom is no exception. Diehl bogeyed. Aided by some verbal shovel The end came on Ihe 15lh from a few of his fellow golfers, hole where Ihe playoff slarled 26 year-old Tom Kile won Ihe wilh a bogey by each and first pro golf lournamenl in his returned there when both Kite four-year career Sunday by and Diehl malched par on the defealing Terry Diehl in Ihe 16th, nth and 18th thai were fifth hole of a sudden dealh used for the other exlra holes. playoff at the Bicentennial Golf Diehl, also 26, drove into the Classic. rough, something he had done Kile shot a five-under-par 66 the firsi lime, and Kile hil Ihc and Diehl had a 68 lo lie at 277, fairway. Afler Diehl put his He Iwo pulled from about 12 feel afler Diehl's shol oul of (he rough wenl 25 feel by the pin. Kite said he was thinking when Diehl drove into the rough for Ihe second straight lime on lhat playoff hole: "You give me another chance and I'm not going lo miss this one." The victory was worth $40,000 to Kile, while Diehl got $22,800. Jerry Pale was third with a 278 lolal and Ray Floyd, Larry Nelson and Jerry McGec were iTi&£"d™^IUi a fourth 3, went seven innings for the inning triple and then scored win. ron P "^s'" ing Ur'rf Hi^'hu"! Ihrte-run Said Richards (who serves as homer to spark a 17-hit Twins' Brell his own pilching coach) afler allack m Ihe nighlcap. while £Vuckovich said recenlly: Ihe latest success by his under- D f. F « d ^l°^L *e r "I figure if Mr. Richards rated pupils: "Vuckovich, Brell out m Ihe ninth won he opene^ caught bund Babe Ru.h, Ihen and Jefferson probably Ford, who novh as J SRBUto I ought lo listen lo him." wouldn'l have gollen their had a a pair of two-run singles Sunriy, Vuckovich filched chance until the doublet, eaders ln,tta secon.pmeJ5 » six plus innings in Ihe firsi began mounting up. But when in his tot start s«« »m,ng game of a doubleheader sweep Wilbur Wood go hurl, Ihey gol over from Texas in me ben by Ihe \Vhile Sox over the .heir opportunity and they're Elyeven rade, won he opener, Cleveland Indians to gain his all taking advantage of it." outduelmg Jim Palmer MERIDEN. Conn. (UPI) - f ^ win in (ive dec i s jons. In Elsewhere in the American Brewers 4 ; Ro>als J The Conneclicul Falcons won a h d „ Brett and Uaguei New York defeated Sixto Lezcanos Iwo-oui Hm Women's Professional Softball JeHers(m combined on a Ihree- Oakland 5-2 afler dropping the inning single brought home Don Association doubleheader over hiulheChisox blanked the first game lo the A's 3-2; Money to end [he:"ear-tour „.„ D—,..i,,= n i, i iwtiM 5.1 T.'. C1 .. Minnesota swept two from hour see-saw game. Monej Baltimore, 3-2 and 11-6; Boston opened Ihe. Hlh by walking on put away California 4-1; Mil- four straight pilches from loser waukee edged Kansas Cily 4-3 Marly Ratlin. The Brewers look and Texas mauled Detroit 1W. a 3-2 lead in Uie lift only lo Yankees 2-5, Alhlelics 3-2 blow it when ffansas City lie a Oscar Gamble's three-run (he score in Ihe botlom of me iu u..,» •*... ~. - -j - - - UIU 0(->em uiu iiiumi tu, "• •"- VJat-Ul uauiun, j v» v-v- »- 1 - i hv Tnhn Falcon Park. Star pitcher Joan d '. as Cm - cago ra ana- homer capped a four-run ninth inning on a triple D> jura .- > Vv,_ r,i™,= SKTOC1 le ™ ".. B , jnning ra'iiy in lhe n jgMcap Mayberry and a single by Hal which earned lhe Yankees a McRae. spill in lhe doubleheader after Rangers 16, Tigers 6 they had dropped three straight Bill Fohey's two-run single to the A's Dave Pagan went and Lenny Handle's two-run lhe distance and spaced six hits double highlighted a seven-run for his first victory of the year, filth inning off three Detroi Phil Garner's two-run second pitchers to back the eight-hit inning single helped Ihe A's lo pitching of Nelson Briles lo-Z). the first game victory as Vida The Rangers batted around in Blue went 7 1-3 innings for his Ihe fifth as well as seventh bul sixlh win - the only two home runs of lhe Red Sox 4, Angels 1 game came by Tigers Ben Cecil Cooper and Carl Vast- Oglivie (5) and Jason Tnomp- the Pennsylvania Liberties 5-1 and 7-0 Sunday nighl. H was (he 13th win in 14 decisions (or the Falcons, whose seven runs in the nighlcap were all unearned due to six errors by the visitors al . Joyce, co-owner of the Falcons, tied for fourth al 269. In back of Ihem, al Ja) ^ uru , tllt , Crier Jones and Ken Still, while stru( . k ou[ ]0 and drove in one Bob Gilder was alone al 281. nD in ^ SKOtld game [or her , ( B Kile started Ihe day s play at n(lh win tti|houl a losSi Kalhy lhe V.Tiitemarsh Valley Counlry N , ea | won her lnird game ;„ as Club in fourth place and Ihrw raanv t r j es handcuffing lhe strokes back of five players uberties ^th on ly four hils in who were tied for lhe third (he opener The Liberlies are 2- rounil lead. 2. "A couple of people came up j^ [wo teams meel in a lo me before Ihc round and lold sjng | e game t on ighl. me I could win this," Ki(e said. "Bul three slrokes off and len guys in front of me, The a m b\e victory put the surprising white Sox four games om m (25 . 21) in tfie ^j,^,, league Wesl and lent more cre( i enc e to the facl that ards, in his DURHAM, N.C. (UPI) , .. wasn't Coach Lcroy Walker of (he U.S. thinking lhat much about it." Olympic track learn says "it's Sports Parade * By Mi/ton Rich/nan White Sox Got A gelling the scores from tv and radio as quickly as he liked Sunday so he called up the one of (he newspapers in the area and asked Ihe lady who a nswered how Ihe second Whil e ' Sox game had come'out. "Houslon, five, Chicago, Mexican fans filling out Iheir AJI-Slar ballots. When it came to Ihird base in Ihe American League. Ihey voted for Jorge Kite said he was "dogging il h ar( j lo justify spending a down Ihe third hole" afler two billion dollars" for Ihe Olym- rouline pars and Iloger Malt- pj cs j n the face of growing hie, winner of a sudden death a wor ij economic problems, week ago, was going down an "if we have the Olympics adjacent fairway and yelled beyond 1934 in their present over, "go gel 'em, Tom, you f nrrnj i'|i be surprised," said can win this one easy." Walker, lhe former coach at Kile promptly birdied that j^orlh Carolina Central Univer- third hole by chipping in off the s ji v i have a feeling we're green from 40 yards out and g 0 { n g more and more to world "everything really started rol- championships. In 1977, we're ling." going to try a World Cup in Kite, an early finisher, had a lrac |( an( j field in Rome." lead, bul waited while several others out on the course HAK UI, j apa n (UPI) - .., hasn't loslhis touch. "The big difference in coming ' Yankees is lhat I'm gelling a chance," said as Brett who is now 3-0 wilh a 1.61 earned run average after being acquired by Richards from New York three weeks ago. "Paul has been helping me to slow my motion and gel a more effective changeup. I now have a different grip and it's basically a new pitch." Jorge Orta's fourth inning triple scored Lamar Johnson rzemski knocked in Iwo runs son 13). League Ihev voted for Jorge oers ou HAp apan Orle i of the' While Sox, which Ihrealened to move ahead of Japan ' s Yoshikazu Yokoshima isn'l .to. hard, to understand him. won his first tournament since because he's Mexican also and Hale, and Nelson did climb to (urnjng pro in 1971, shooting a , ._ - — r^.....!.. ~..n^ ;~K eiht under \vith birotes on Ine r.-ar ^ Sunda lo Hy .MILTON HICHMAN VIM .Sports Editor NEW YORK (UPI) - Ballplayers have built-in radar systems. They have a way of sensing ( they'r,eY aboul to be "iraiied and usually ihey know before anybody-else. Ken Brett . could feel in his bones the one," she said. Yankees were aboul lo deal "Look again, dear," Jack him When Ihey ship you to the Brelt said. "1 think you're bullpen, pilch you less than giving me the Cubs' score, not three innings in two monlhs the While Sox'." and tell you don't call Ihem, "Oh, yes," she correcled they'll call you, you don't have herself. "Chicago, five, Cleve- lo read lea leaves to figure oul land, nolhing." vou're going lo lake a Irip Jack Brell didn't wanl lo pretty soon. trouble Ihe woman furlher by If Ken Brell was going lo asking 'her who pitched for lhe leave Ihe place he wanted to White Sox. It was enough for go was Kansas City because him lhat Ihey had won lhe ball Ihen he could be with his kid game, brother George, the American lie thanked the woman and League's leading hiller righl hung up, and if anybody saw- now wilh a .337 average. So he his lips move, he was only called him and asked him lo saying a lillle prayer lo himself work on lhe Royals a little and thai his son had pitched. George lold Ken he'd lake care Jack Brell isn'l lhe kind of of il, which he did. The Royals falher lo buttonhole you, point could use some additional lefl- over lo third or lhe mound, and ^ C t ersor1 ^ec i.icotriiiaii <«iu "^<» —>-• — - — m handed pilching. They assured tell you "lhal's my kid out R Pousl dcfeated tl ,e State was really one of those days ti , George they'd try lo gel Ken. there." Naturally, though, he s campions from Waterbury by when everything wenl right. When the Yanks iraded him crazy about his boys, all four of - - - - — — does a consislently goad job, loo. "I was lempted lo lell Ihem, 'hey, wrong guy.'" laughs Jack Brell, "bul I didn't." Exchange ; Golfers Triumph The Naugaluck Exchange Club - won Ihe Northern District Golf Championship on June 2 al the Pine Valley C.C. in Soulhinglon. The leam of Wayne Buckmiller, Dr. Dean Peterson, Leo I.icberman and , , eight under \vith birotes on Ine r our .uri<ier-par ^ Sunday lo 16th hole. Bul both bogied the ca p lure [he SW.M7 Dunlop golf I7lh and missed a chance to be lournamen t mth a four-day in the playoffs when Pale tola i 0 f 27 4. bogeyed Ihe 18lh and Nelson Yokoshima, who moved inlo a had a double bogey. Ihree-way tie for the lead in the Diehl, playing ahead of Pale f^ T ^ rouri d Salurday with Ihe and Nelson and on Ihe 18lh fay's best score of 67, moved green at seven under, had a anea[ j ^ilii a second hole chance lo win the lournamenl if Birdie. He scored Ihree more he made a 12-foot uphill pul ^ndies without a bogey lo earn thai would have given him a first prize O f 513,333. Veleran birdie. The puck slid pasl to Ihe j a p anese pr o Isao Aoki, who right of the hole. se t a course record of 64. was Diehl had another opportunily secom ] to win on the firsi playoff hole, (he 151h, when Kite was threatened wilh a double bogey. PARIS (UPI) — The French Bul slammed in a tricky six f enri i s Federation said Sunday fool puck from Ihe fringe to ; ( (v y| lo \\ m . u, e | ea< j O f the match Diehl's bogey. (j n jted stales and withdraw "I thought 1 had Tom there," [rom ,(, e rj av i s Cup jf Mexico is said. Bul Kite said: "It nol banned from the compeli- Roy Pousf says: GET SET FOR THOSE SUMMER WEEKENDS AND VACATIONS Put your car in A-l shape Diehl Ihree weeks ago, though, Ken them, and he's honesl. enough nQu . has tjl( . op p 0r i un iiy to Brell wenl lo lhe While Sox, to tell you how good he feels caplurel t,e State Title which will nol lhe Royals, and Ken told a boul the way George and Ken ^ p | ayed 5 alur( i a y 1 June 26 al George Ihe Yankees informed are performing now. ^^ annu al convention which him the Royals didn'l want Last year, George's firsi full ^beheld June25,26and27 al hj m . year in lhe majors, he hil .308 Qrossingcrs in New York State led . the " Naugaluck will be playing lhe Southern Dislricl Champs New THE BEST TIRE VALUE IN THE AREA In Ihe Union Cily Lillle League Salurday Ihe Cubs smashed Ihe il didn't mailer thai il was for (he Royals, four o'clock in Ihe morning American League v - aoucnern uiiuiui \.ndm^3 *"." m me urcuu vuj imin: i-ms**. w-— j — when Ken told George the 195, also in triples wilh 15, and Cai , aan sixt ecn oul of 22 clubs Indiars 18-5 as Ihey lallied 10 runs in Ihe first inning. Leading trie Royals turned him down, had 15 homers and stole 13 were represented wilh 110 golfers Cute ttere Darryl White, P.J. Daisy and Kevin Moraland who George gol righl on the phone bases. He Ihoughl he shouldve (rom (he Northcrn Dislricl al- c]ouUda threerunhomerun.RickRuestpickeduplheMCtc.ryonthe and called KC Manager Whitey made the All-Star leam at lhird tendin g (ne tournament. Dinner mound The Indians were paced by Jim Braziel al (he pla(e and Herzog base, at leasl as a backup man, and , he awarding of prizes Jffry M 0 i rarw topla)-edrmedefatseinthe field. "Whadd'ya mean you don'l bul he didn'l. He can hardly M | ow(;(i ,), e d ay - s cv cnl. In other aclion, (he Tigers Irounced the As \84. Don fellows -—' •-•"- Popped a two run homer and Mike Geruch rapped a grand slam. Carlos Vidal also crashed a solo shot for (he winners. Gtruch was lhe winningpitcherashehiirledlhedistanceforlheTigcrs. In Ihe Peler J. Holey League, Chris Ruccio slammed oul Ihree nils and Jeff MaGuire and John Gelelka combined to pilch a five hider as lhe Cardinals defeated the Athletics 4-3. wanl my brother?" he demand- miss (his year, edloknow. When lhe Royals were in Whilcy Hcrzog isn't exaclly Anaheim Iwo weeks ago, Jacx used to answering questions Brell sal behind a group of like thai al four in the morning, but he said the Yankees had given the Royals a list of players Ihey were willing lo trade and Ken Brett wasn't on it. Larry Gura was, bul nol Ken Brell. "We would've taken him if he was," said Herzog, and George Brett, knowing how straight Whilcy four o'clock Yankees Shutout Bristol By tniled Press International Whie: slow still Eastern League's South Divi- NJFl Mt' Tonwrrou Night The Nnugaluck Junior Foolball League will hold a meeting tomorrow at S p.m. in lhe Salem Room of Ihe Cily National Bank, 198 Meadow Slreel. Naugatuck. The topic of discussion will center on Ihls season and the future of the N.J.F.L. All parents and volunteers wishing to help in any capacity are urged lo please alleno. he Carnas eea . „,,,,„ Floyd McClain hurled a fine five hiller in a losing effort and also contributed a home run offensively. and i other games Sunday, iding defeated Williamsport, games, picking up his latest Berk win in a M nighlcap victory ram. over Cleveland Sunday. He set down lhe Indians on two hils before his arm stiffened and was relieved in the eighth. His earned run average now is down to 1.81. In Hermosa Beach, Calil,, where he lives, Jack Brett, the falher of Ken and George as well as two other sons, John and Bobby, rcols as hard for lhe White Sox now as he does for Ihe Royals. He wasn't _^ LAST TWO Mf.HTJL. w* rKt»n CM I OH« I 6»ILYiWIlKl.Y OHtWATTOO!!! ACADEMY "ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST" TECIIMCOIXm "K' WED. 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