The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 4, 1977 · Page 6
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Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, February 4, 1977
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I.OS ANGELES: Philadelphia's Tim McCarver is oul as Dodgers catcher Steve Yeager applies Ihe tag al (he plate during third inning action here Thursday. McCarver tried (o score from third but Dodgers' Ron Cey threw horn on the fielder's choice when Phillies Dave Cash grounded down third baseline. DoctorsGive OrrGo-Ahead TORONTO (DPI) — Bobby examination of the inside of (hc Orr has been given the go- knee, ahead from his doctors to A hospital spokesman said resume his 10-year hockey Orr's physicians decided on tic career under a new multimil- basis of the examination lhat a lion dollar contract wilh the sixth operatiion was not neces- Chicago Black Hawks. sary. He underwent a series of "He was in good spirits and tests al Toronto General quite happy when I saw him," Hospital Thursday (o determine said David Allen, the hospital's whether he would have to public relations director. "He undergo a sixth operation on will be in Ihe hospital until his left knee. Orr was operated Friday because a general on Iwice last year and sidelined anesthetic was used." lor all bul 10 games. It was The 28-year-olddelenseman, feared a sixth operation would who set numerous National end his hockey career. Hockey League records in his "We feel with considerable 10 years with the Boston work wilh Ihe muscles of Ihe Bruins, had reached agreement leg over the next few months, on a mullimillion dollar con- he will he ready to play hockey Iracl with Chicago only Wedin the fall," Dr. John Palmer nesday. said after examining Orr's Although monetary terms and l !nce duration of Ihe contract were Palmer, head of general not disclosed, bargaining was surgery at Toronto General, reportedly [or a five-year, S3 conducted an orthoscopic ex- million agreement. Such terms amination o! the knee. The would make him Ihe highest procedure allows a visual paid player ever. NAUCATUCKNEWS (Conn.) Frldsy. June II, I916-Page9 SB^«••—•—^— Sports Parade • ByMflton Rlchman Radar Inspires Teammates NFW YORK (UPI) — After a Astros after being with them training, toug^ bail game whenI his nine seasons, hilling only .223 "'How come you're hitting Ihroat is parched and his mouth and undergoing surgery for a like that he said lo me. 'I dunno,' I said. 'I've tried a lot of different ways. 1 He said 'Why don't you hit like you did in 1%??'" Thai was the first year Rader came up wilh Ihe Aslros. He Ml .333 for them. Step by step, Sisler changed leader's slancc, ncTstiiF second on the club to shortened his swing and altered feels like a family of field bunion problem wilh his feet, hands have been picking cotton the 31-year-old Radcr was up in it (or nine innings, Doug among the league's top hitters Rader loves to have a beer, until two weeks ago. He was Sometimes he lives a litlle and sailing along nicely somewhere has m. 0 between .350 and .330, and For those who have never although he has dropped to a met Die big, friendly San Diego closer-lo-normal for him .287, ±ld h :l a his S Sg a M SlnrZl^aSln h^e^'aUilude" The results Sghimantodson'slhe and homers. A, third base speak for themselves. • • • • nobody in the league still past few years, you might get -, — Ihe idea he has a disposition to makes some of Ihe plays he match, but that's nol true al does. all. He likes people. He enjoys "He saves us being with them, talking will them, listening to their ideas. Solomon Upsets Vilas In Paris Brewers Outslug Quebec Ry United Press International inning, but Berkshire then and reliever Dan Domoulin nnvi mm-j ,w, •, With an eight-run lead over exploded for six runs in the Walerbury to five hits. Three Solomon's upset viclory ovi Berkshire, it looked like Quebec fourth inning and four more in Rivers' deciding two runs came Guillermo Vilas has raised tl Harold >ver I the Cily had ihe game wrapped up the filth. " on singles by Dan Norman and possibility o! the first all- early But Ihe Brewers didn't Dave Lindsey's three-run Barry M° ss in tne e '8h th American final in 27 years at give up. homer in the fifth was Ihe inning. the French Open tennis cham- Bcrkshire came back Thurs- deciding blow. Homering for Bristol rallied in the seventh ponships. day night lo defeat Quebec Quebec Cily ivere Andy Dyes, a inning wilh three runs to beat No U.S. player has triumphed Ciiy 13-13 in a game lhat three run shot, and Greg Williamsport. Luddy Benedetli al Ihe Roland Garros clay . . featured 39 hits. Biagini, wilh no one on. singled in one run and scored courts since Tony Trabert in he would be Ihe guy In other Eastern League Ed Oliveros 1 two-run triple in on a suicide squeeze by Sam 1955 and the last lime two games, Reading defeated West Ihe seventh inning provided the Bowen. Ted Cox doubled in the American players monopolized Haven -l-l, Bristol beat Wil- first two and deciding rims for ffird run lhat inning. the final was in 1959 when Fred liamsporl, 4-1 and Three Hivers Heading against West Haven. • — Parker beat Donald Budge. - r .- - -,--• ;- -t-- •»-:-> NEW iOHK (Url) — Ine g u ^ Solomon's 6-1, (Hi, 7-6, 6-1 New York Jets signed Universi- win agains i the secon( j sc ed e d ty of Florida running back i e f|4, aM j er from Argentina James Richards, their seventh- j^^day gave him a semifinal round drafl choice, lo a one- ),,,,„ a g a jnsi Haul Ramirez ol year contract Thursday. Mexico—a clash which may Richards, gained 831 yards on resurrect a n old controversy in IM carries and scored four ,\ mer j can tennis. touchdowns al college. In p or w he n (he United States addition, he caughl eight passes lost ils Davjs c up round lo for 71 yards and returned 28 Mex i co | as t year in Mexico QJ^ goionion was nol chosen for'the singles even though he was on the U.S. team. Brian McNamara says it doesn'l mailer what Rader hils, there's no way to calculate his worth it least two i because of what he brings to a mi. nt: HTiv;a UCTJJJH;. uc CLI^MJJ •— — — being with them, talking with runs a ball game on defense, team, •icrn, listening to their ideas, says Bavasi. "On offense, he Doug ilader has Ihis faculty was hitting over .340 until a for keeping everyone else on week or so ago, so what more ' can you say? We knew about his feel when we made the deal wilh Houslon hut we also knew about his heart. I mean the type ballplayer he is, how he inspires others. He's the first one to the park every day and ••„„ •••..., — — • the last to leave, and always talked. About anything. That brines one or two of the never happened, though. - • • • Not until this year, anyway, when he and McNamara sat down and had a few beers together. "He's the only manager I've ever done (hat with," says Rader. "He's the kind of (he club so loose on one hand, yet so fired on another, thai General Manager Peter Bavasi calls him vice president in charge of inspiration.' "ll's fun to play baseball and it's fun lo win, hut the most important Ihing about Ihis game is Ihe camaraderie you have among the players and olher baseball people involved," says the Padres' third baseman. "I'm talking about "Do you know how much it does for a manager just to have someone like him on the ball club?" Now you'd assume lhat being the sociable, gregarious type he is, Doug Rader somewhere along the way got together with one of his managers, sat down with him, and that they just 2 edge. The man who made the selection was Tony Trabert. ^T.^rnirefTn' th* the" friendships and rela.ion- se^r^chTloV^yed "»<* >™ «"'. ^- ^ ^ Saturday, "I've beaten him Ihe last two times out so let's put it Ihis way if I had to pick younger players with him. "Both he and Willie Davis have changed Ihe personality of the club in this respect. In the past, the San Diego Padres were a club that was afraid to win and afraid to lose. We just Rader does besides winning friends. He someone'lo play in .he semis, a ' 5 » »ins ball games for .he 1 would like best." Solomon said. In Saturday's olher semifinal, defeated Waterbury, 4-2. Bill Dancy singled in Ihe Ihird Quebec City held a 10-2 lead run. Garry Ucgnaud drove going into the bottom of the the fourth run. Ihird inning. Dick Davis hit a West Haven's only response two-run homer for Berkshire was a one-run homer by Mike that inning. Quebec came up Fischlin in the eighth, with one more run in Ihe fourth Three Rivers' Dave Moore Padres, the year's biggest surprise in the National League so far. Rader is one of the Eddfe'Sibta of Miami, Fla.. reasons , hcv ' ve been such a big will fsce Adriano Panatta, who ™P"??\ ,... December bv the is bidding lo win Ihe Italian and Tra(M lasl December b 5 tne French lilies lack lo lack. things hung on a cliff Ihere for a long lime. Bul Rader and Davis, bolh of whom have been through the mill, brought a new confidence and settling influence lo Ihe club." Rader says Dick Sisler, one of the Padres' coaches, helped him I the first day of spring manager you could feel perfectly comfortable wilh if you did go out and have a beer with him. A lot of today's managers seem to be afraid to mingle with their players. .Maybe they think that would he lowering their standards. John .McNamara isn't thai way. Nobody else in this organization is, either." kickoffs for 568 yards, a average. TORONTO IUPI) - Phila- Gotlfrie(1 look his p i ac e and delphia Flyers hockey players was bea , m by Ramirez which Don Saleski, Mel Bridgraan and M . iye Mexico a wiming 3 . Joe Watson were ordered loday . . . In Ihe Union Cily Lillle League last night, the A's defeated the Cardinals 7-4. Stan Ruszyk and Doug Washington were the hitting stars for Ihe A's, while Mike Corrigiano and Ted Sanford paced the Cardinals PelejCourdo was the wincing pitcher, while Kay.Marlino.. .[P. JVC?" »L " "was tagged with the' loss. Urry and Gary Litevich starred defen- hearing Sept. sively for the A's and Ray Willis played an outstanding defensive game for the Cardinals. Ken Jensen and Joey Pascale combined for a Ihree-hilter in the Peter J. Foley League as the Giants defeated Ihe Dodgers 7-2. The pair struck oul 10 bailers enroule lo Ihe victory. Mike Woodficld paced the Giants offensive attack with two singles and a double. Scoll Skidmore blasted a long home run for (he winners and Joey Pasc ale chi pped in w ith two hi Is a nd scored Iwi ce. Tom Hunt banged out a double for the Dodgers. Chris Nester starled for the Dodgers and was relieved by Tom Murphy in Ihe fourlh. Nester was charged wilh Ihe loss. FEDERAL HOUSING HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) Hartford has announced receipt of a 5374,580 contract tor rental assistant payments for 130 housing units from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. City Manager Richard Shetlle „ ,.._,_- said in addilion to the rental =n^s^-^«^22S. i a. < '.£ e £r» sisting of Paul and Greg Mcncio. Rich Rydiik. Bill Field of Milford. Lou Gravel, Arnie Naugatuck Ruggers Play In Fairfield The Naugatuck Rugby Club ^f^^^St sponsored h>' Fortin's Restaurant several players have been lost lo nnd Paul's Sport Shop will open its second season tomorrow al \ p.m. in Fairfield against Ihe Connecticut Yankees in what is to «;«IH 5=ifsirs ™mmg off an ouls.anding 8-2 Gruskiewicz, expeclcd to he the Ftf^r-rwE ™^rTu Pa i&iSw'sr..": sr-^u't.Vu ^0,- uorougn cu . am j^. acquire some outside talent in match plase • , ' orfcrto insure solidity and depth The local club looks toward lo since injuries have lefl the club wilh only three holdovers from ast season - Ned Filzpalrick, John McDonald and Chuck preliminary on assault charges stemming from a HAIL CASK brawl during this year's Slan- HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) ley L'up playoffs. Bail bondsman Sylvio Grasso The charges were brought by has failed lo nullify charges he Ontario Altorney General Roy posted bonds without a license. Mc.Murtry following a fight- Harlford Superior Court Judge filled third game of the Stanley Henry Naruk ruled Thursday Cup quarter-finals between the lhat Grasso was not a suitable Flyers and Toronto at Maple subject for an accelerated Leaf Gardens. rehabilitation program. He faces Iwo counts involving 53 bonds, totalling S46.530 and worlh $4,600 in profits, allegedly issued when he did nol have a stale license. DOUBLE STEEL- BELTED RADIAL s Tough Guy STEEL $, Whitewall STEB- INCINERATOR CLOSED WATERBURY, Conn. (UPI) — The state has ordered the cily's huge refuse incinerator has""approved Hartford's 'ap- *$*.*"H andaJds". A city plication or an additional S V a$ ^ as ^ million to provide rental d rsAi.-jrs* BR7a-m','h:tev.i'i tube-less otussz i; Federal E«C'S? Ta« and your ola tire >*vfo J 46 7 T50 76$ 56' 6 ' S 59 ER78-H FR78-I-1 GR78-K GR78-15 HR78 14 HR7B-15 178-15 While.vall lubeless pnceeacrt.Dl do'?.i F^cise Tsxof S2 J9;o S3 ^7 i1ec-::noiTia, on sizo. and your oki .i federal action "as first sleps in ' . is built. The old facility would the r^italizalion of Hartford, "^£ %™£& housing facilities through public '> "ei.-"™-'. .." ..• . COMPARE. and private financing official said, but millions lo fix. , would cost | UNInOYAl ADVERTISED SALE PRICES MEZZIQ EVERY: DAY PRICES 'harlie Murphy's est. 1974 Prospect St. Naugatuck Every Tues. Clams JZZa Wed.-Sun. SAT.-SUN. LARGE PIZZA 2.75 79O.1766 Falcons Host Buffalo In Big Weekend Series Aileralhree-daybrealheMhe basemen Me Roze hi, two Usakiewicz-lheregaining backs .^''^JHS hom«uns'during the Buffalo are new lo the club and they Connecticut l-alcons cominut ^_ ivj^fu.Mrtitiinmlmitlo include F.rnic Marsh, Phil Bonce and John Moffit of Fairfield Uni versily. LOOSE RUCKS : The local club expects lo have a home match wilh Ihe Connecticut Yankees on their current homes! and lonighl, when Eastern Division foe Buffalo comes into Mcriden lor a weekend series. The current homcsland n nds the Falcons wilh a 6-1 home record, and 13-2 Su'nd^ Ju^e'NlhVscveral other overall in *<J"^', tome malches are scheduled bu. «omens P™'^ 1 ^ r^w-sr. issssr™ have much experience which provides Ihe club with optimism regarding Ihe upcoming season. New members are always welcome. Those interested should meet al Naugatuck High School nexl Tuesday at 6 p.m. DANBURY FAIR RACEARENA D*NSUIT Mil&tOUNOSOK KKJTt 6. M ' l< i ^ EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT g »ltSO«M6.00P.M a AUTO RACES Division The Buffalo Breskis are in town Saturday night Doubleheader. Bolh nights have 7 pm. starting times. Sunday is an aflernoon twin-bill with Buffalo, with the first game starling at Afler Ihe five game weekend slinl with Buffalo, the Falcons and Breskis will have met nine times Ihis season. Connecticut opened up the 19r6 W.P.S. season in Buffalo, and in back lo back doubleheaders, took tour straight from the Breskis. Connecticut's star pitcher Joan Joyce opened Ihe season by hurling a tour-hit shutout in Buffalo, and in going Ihe route struck-out eleven batters. Donna Terry pitched in Iwo games against Buffalo, once as a slarter and once in relief. She came away wilh Iwo victories, one of which she won on her own seventh-inning homerun. Second series, bolh of which turned out lo be game-winning hits. Willie will I be anxious to face Ihe Breskis mound corps this weekend. Afler Buffalo, Ihe Falcons' 20- game home sland continues Tuesday, when Ihe Michigan Travelers return lo Meriden's Falcon Field for evening eioubleheaders on June 15th and I 16th. Then Western Division] closes out s 27.76 '34.76 '38.76 '40.76 '43.76 BLACKBALLS 3.00 LESS A-78-13 C-78-14 , E-7R-14 F-78-14 G-78-14 :G-7«-lS A-78-13 '27.00 H-78-14 S 36.00 C-78-14 '29.00 G-78-15 '35.00 E-78-14 '30.00 H-78-15'37.00 F-78-14 '32.00 J 78 15 '39.00 G7814 '34.00 L 78 15'40.00 BLACKWALLS 2.00 LESS 'Plus Fedetal Tax of 'US to '3.14 pet lire depending on size.' Friday evening June 16lh. II will I be the first mecling wilh the I Phoenix Bird, and the first lime 1 tje Falcons face a Western I Division learn Ihis season. All! evening games al Falcon Field | begin at 7 p.m. MAN'S PARADISE IS4»rcHSt.,NCTllr1Wl> K3-97W /nfrodncfory Special WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN- YOUR FAMILY'S SAFETY? Us Check Your Muffler Today -Guaranteed For Your Car's Lifetime] FREE INSTALLATION out Give And Take Massage RlCt ALL MASS hOE! HOURS fA.M. — 1A.PA. E VI ft Y OAT ____ UNIROYAL The Mileage People MEZZIO'S A NAME YOU CAN TRUST TIRE & AUTO CENTER 792 NEW HAVEN RD.-729-5988

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