The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 7, 1977 · Page 6
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Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, March 7, 1977
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V l'«gt 6 — NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Moodty, June 28, 1»76 Oakland Boycott Avoided; Finley Reinstates Trio THE BOROUGH OF SAUGATUCK recently purchased a grass mower lor upketpol Ihe high school athletic fields from Rosco-Braun Power Equipment InNaugatuck. Shown from left to right with the machine are Sthool Building Committee Secretary Robert Marhovic, Park Dept. worker John Shea, Mayor William Rado and ByFREDMcMANB UP! Sports Writer The Oakland A's, nol used to getting their way with owiier Charles 0. Fiinley, finally got (he upper hand on their colorful boss Sunday and thai could be a had omen for the rest of the American League clubs It seems whenever the A's are involved in internal squabbles they become practically unbeatable on the field. During the three years they won world championships from 1972-74 (he A's were involved, in several clubhouse fracases and numerous verbal skirmishes with their colorful owner. And now their latest crisis just might reunite (he club for one last shot at a sixth straight West Division title. . . even though Oakland currently is mired in third place eight'and one-halt games behind Kansas Cily. Two weeks ago Finlcy sold Ihrec of tus star players, Joe Rudi, Vida Blue and Rollie Kingers, for a total of $3.5 million only lo have the sale nullified by commissioner Bowie Kuhn as Bob Jones homered for scoring double. Al liumbry and California. Ken Singleton homered for Indians 6-2, Orioles 3-6 Baltimore in the first game while George Hendrick had four hits, Cleveland manager Frank including his 10th homer, and llobinson hil his 585th career Buddy Bell drove in three runs homer in (tie nightcap. with Ihree hits (o lead tire Indians to victory in the opener, but Baltimore came back to win the nightcap on a homer by Andres Mora and Bob Grich's run- PHACTiCE HUNTING TALLAHASSEE, Fla, (UP!) Hosco-Braun representative Hick Myers. (N E WSphoto by I) on Cousey) Air Force Academy First To Admit Woman Cadets Prospect Swim Classes Start Soofi win hadn't pitched since June 13, playing a key role in (he (riumph. "It was like a football team coming out of the huddle," said Tanner about the team's reaction lo the reinstatement of Rudi, Fingers and Blue. Fingers, who allowed (wo hits and struck outfive in 31-3 innings of relief to gain his ninth save, and Sal Bando, who hit a pair of homers, were the stars of the A's triumph and Bando admitted the reinstatement was a great morale booster (or the club. In other AL games, New York — Bow hunters and muzzle swepl a doubleheader from loaders can practice their skills Milwaukee, 6-2 and 10-2; Detroit during pre-and post-season defeated Boston, 4-2, in 11 in- hunts approved by (he Florida nings; Cleveland (opped Game and Fresh Water Fish Baltimore 6-3 before losing 6-2, Commission, and Chicago beat Texas, 6-2. A lotal of 21 wildlife Yankees 6-10, Brewers 2-2 management areas will be open Mickey Rivers, extending his for the statewide archery hilling streak (o 20 games, drove season, Sept. 4-26. In addition to in two runs with a single and a several muzzle-loading hunts, sacrifice fly in the opener and managed-bear hunts will be had three hits and scored Ihree conducted in both the Apala- runs in (he nightcap to spark the chicola and Osceola national Yankees' sweep of (he Brewers, forests. Graig Nettles chipped in with a Further information is availa- pair of homers in the second b!e from the commission at the Dickey-Yogi Berra (8), \Yhitey being "detrimental lo baseball." gamc a s the Yankees boosted Bryant Building, Tallahassee, Ford (16) and Casey Stengel their lead over Cleveland to nine Fla. 32304. (37). games in the AL East. Tigers 4.lied So\2 Tom Veryzer and Dan Meyer drove home runs in (he 11th inning to give the Tigers a victory orer the Red Sox. Ilookie Jason Thompson hit his 10th homer for Detroil, which look three of four HOWLING TOUIINAMKNT MIAMI (UPI) - Canada became (he first nation to accept an invitation to participate in the 14lb Annual Bowling Tournament of the Americas, July 11-17, <il the Cloverleal Lanes. A total of 25 nations and territories in the Western Hemisphere have been invited to the tournament, billed as the world's largest gathering of amateur howlers. RETIRED NUMBERS NEW YORK (UPI) - The New York Yankees led (he majors in retired uniform numbers with seven. Out of circulation are Babe Ruth (3), Lou Gehrig (4), Joe DiMaggio 5), Mickey Mantle (7), Bill By JOHN J. SANKO ' Alll ' FORCE ACADEMY, Colo: (UPI) - The Air Force - Academy today became (he first U.S. military academy to cadels are almost identical to been asked to do," she said. those for men in the spit-and- polish Iradilion — with a few exceptions for physical reasons, way women arc not normally Angered over Kuhn's interference and fearing lawsuits resulting from the deals if (be three players continued to play for the A's, Finley ordered his manager, Chuck Tanner, nol lo use them. Kuhn, however, ordered Finley to use the three players and when the A's owner refused, the A's players games from Boston in Ihe PROSPECT —Registration for threatened to boycott Sunday's weekend series. A mistake by A woman cadet will have to swimming classes sponsored by game with the Minnesota Twins Tigers' manager Ilalph Houk in learn to curb her emotions in a the Prospect Recreation Dept. unless the ban was lifted. making up his lineup card forced _ _ .„, r ._ f . will be held Wednesday, June 30 Finley, who had originally the Tigers to use their starling Uniforms include both skirts expected lo. She is going to from 1 lo 3p.m. al the Prospect threatened (o use minor leaguers piicher, Frank MacCormack, as ••••••- •• have to ask herself if she really Town Hall. lo take the place of the striking wanls to put up wilh il when Courses will be available for veterans, changed his mind was (he first time a Detroil pil- society doesn't expect il of beginners, advanced beginners, under threat of new law suits and cher has batted since the AL -illowine wutncn"to applv to' the required more (ban a year of her." and intermediates. A Red Cross gave in lo UK players'demands designated hitter rule was nation's Ihree military' acade- preparation. The Academy as- A former academy superin- life saving course will begin on Sunday only minutes before the inks The 18000-acre Air Force signed 18 officer anit enlisled tcndenl, LI. Gen. Alberl Clark, July 19. All classes will be held at scheduled start of the game-or ' Academy beat rivals West vjoraen lo the athletic, military said the entry of women would the Prospect Country Club Pool, strike. Iraining and faculty staffs. add a dimension of education Swimming lessons will start The announcement in Ihe ' for their male counterparts. July 5 and will be conducted from clubhouse thai Finley had "When women are there, Ihey Monday through Friday from 8 relented brought loud cheers will provide a certain refine- a.m. lo 12 noon. from Ihe A's players and they menl (o the atmosphere," he Open swimming will be went out and whipped (he Min- HOWLAND-HUOHES GREAT JULY . open its doors to women cadels. and pants in Air Force blue. President Ford issued an The arrival of Ihe women to executive order lasl year Ihe formerly all-male domain Point and the Naval Academy by one week in admitting ' Ll. Berry Price, a member of Ihe commandant of cadets The incoming class of 1980 special planning staff for Ihe " ~ ' arriving al Air ' was The first day for the new cadets was a lime for being Force women, said women cadels . Academv 1COO 'slrong today have many opporlunilies -> but said. available from 12 noon to 6 p.m., nesota Twins, 5-3, wilh Fingers, lo include 158 females she plans to warn them about "There will be less profane Monday (hrough Sunday. Family possible problems. language. Manners might pick swim period will be Tuesdays and "The primary problem is up." Thursdays from 6 lo » p.m. processed, sworn in ar4vshorn::-adjustiTig to the tremendous The men were r«jceivv% the .shock ol gomg from the traditional short Gl haircut and traditional role of a women and Ihe women an off the collar suddenly being asked to do s [ v [ e , things very few women have for women starled in 1973. Royals 5, Angels 4 George Brett lied the game for KansasCity withadramatic two- run homer in the ninth inning and John Mayberry won it with a bases-loaded bloop single in Ihe Hth. Mayberry also homered for Kansas Cilv in the seventh while BANK STRICT - DOWNTOWN WATEMURY - CLOStD MONDAY - OWN TUIS. AND THURS NITES TILM5-WONI7J3-4121 LOWER FLOOR Requirements Plane Lands On Pike In Neiv Hampshire NASHUA, N.H. (UPI) - Two rnotorisls driving down the Everett Turnpike over (he weekend \vere slighlly shaken when a single engined plane touched down at 80 miles per hour between Iheir two cars. The pilot, Mark Lamoureaux, 27, of l^ncaster, Mass., encountered engine trouble enroute from Peppcrell, Mass., to the Nashua Airporl and was forced lo bring his Cessna 182 down into moderate traffic. "1 drive up and down this road every day, and 1 thought I'd seen everything. And then you come over the rise and see a plane silling there," said Stale Trooper John Nason. Lamourcaux. neatly landed H^ui? wi -vf-'A Geiberger Takes H.O.P.E. Helps Needy ^r^^r;.®::: 1 •''•;• At Home And Abroad Western Open By LINDA TllltAXK NORTHFIELD, Minn. (UPI) — Farm wife Verona Devney lurned an ecumenical seiving circle inlo Operation H.O.P.E., a clearinghouse lo match haves his crafl Saturday in the with have-nots, southbound lane "without a Mrs. Devney cajls the loose skid," leaving both himself and network ol 4,000 chapters a Ihe plane unharmed, Nason "nonorganization"because"it said. just happened, and I went along "he went right over the top wilh it." H is a clearinghouse of one motorist who immediate- because il doesn't dole out ly panicked and braked. The money, only merchandise peo- driver in the car in front of him pie need and can use: even apparently didn't know the slivers of soap scrounged from plane was there but got out of motels, retail store casloffs, the way as soon as he saw it used tools and seeds, coming," Nason said. "I've yet to find anything I Slate police cleared traffic can't find a use for," said Mrs. from the turnpike while Hie Dcvtiey. plane was flown to Ihe airport "Right here in the United by ils's owner, Haymond States, there arc people who German of Pelhara. cry when they gel something German said (he craft appar- neiv for (he lirsl lime," she Devney said. "These are simple, good people, proof you don't need a fabulous sum to do these things. "Hundreds ol senior citizens By ED SAINS BUR V Ui'l Snorts Writer OAK BROOK, 111. (UPI) - A! and grate you," Geiberger said of the 7,002-yard Butler National Golf Club layout. "My game plan was lo be have found a new purpose Geiberger regards himself as i conserralive, but I deviated from .ing things for conservative golfer-just the slyle it and il didn't work. You can't be 10th career (riumph, a one-stroke victory Sunday in Ihe $200,000 Western Open. "II is so lough it jumps right up ently had a faulty fuel gauge. said. "There is so much need, and so many who can give, il was just a matter of gelling them togelher." H.O.P.E. stands for Help Other People Everywhere. Its Utilities Sue GE For Breach Of Contract southeastern Minnesota. There HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) — problems until mid-1974. she maintains a filing system A group of utilities is suing The combined suil was showing where the need is, who General Electric Co. for S300 brought in Hartford Superior is willing to help, and the million for allegedly breaking Court by the Northeast Nuclear locations of church missions its contract to provide nuclear Energy Co., Ine Connecticut and other organizations lhal fuel reprocessing and recovery Light and Power Co., the will dislribulc Ihe goods, services for spent nuclear fuel Hartford Eleclric Lighl Co., Ihe "\Yrion I gel a request, say, at Iwo Conneciicul power Connecticut Yankee Atomic for shawls for Ihree old ladies Power Co., and the Western living in what amounts to a Massachusetts Electric Co. chicken shack from a mission- The plainiffs said thai be- ary in Appalachia. I go to Ihe misrepresented ils plans for a cause of Ihe alleged misre- file. Thai's where I beg from." nuclear fuel reprocessing plar.l pVesenlalions and breach of she said. GE was building in Morris, III., conlracl. Ihe utilities and Mrs. Devney, who is 60. said Conneciicul Yankee will have she began begging for the lo negotiate new contracts needy 10 years ago. One costing "considerably more Sunday in church, she decided money." to send S5 checks to textile The suits say Ihe plants hurt manufacturers with an appeal by GE were" Millslone I in for remnants lo maVe clolhing HARTFORD, Conn (UPI) - Waterford and the Conneciicul for the poor. Towns wilh higher percentages Yankee in Haddam Neck, both The initial response netted of nonwhile residents had in Connecticut, higher rales of dealh from cancer, a .study! o! 169 Connecticut ' communities HOFFMAN'S TRIP shows WASHINGTON (UPI) - Catholic and Proteslant, in Ihe The study, conducted by the President Ford designated Mil- community. University of Connecticut, also Ion Hoffman of Riverdale, The women began meeting ( Oun d: N;Y., Friday as his special mce 3 ^k to produce a - Cardiovascular diseases lo rtpresenlalive for Ihe ground- roomful of clolhing for orphans sewing and making things ... poor children. Right here in needed to give him IBS Northfield an BG-year-old lady career triumph, with a Pacemaker has keeled over several times at her ancient sewing machine. She keeps coming back from the hospital saying, 'I can't die yet. There's too many cold people.'" "I know .a rich lady who lives lo buy clothes," Mrs. Devney said. "She doesn't feel so guilty now she can give me the castoffs for someone who never had a nice dress." "II generated all this goodwill. 1 Ihink it almost does more for the rich than Ihe poor." Mrs. Devney hasn't gone unnoticed. She proudly displays and politicians praising her work. She can recite a lisl of awards, including the Marines' Mother of the Year. 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Enroute to their tournamenl title match Charcoal Chef defeated Hudy's Restaurant of Naugatuck 8-3, Cyrs Cafe of Waterbury 21-t, Alcorl Pacers of Walerbury 20-3 and Norwood A.C. of Ansonia J-3 lo gain Ihe finals. In Ihe semi-final game Charcoal Chef scored twice in, the bottom of Ihe seventh to win pl anis The suit filed Fridav claims GE between 1965 and 197J. and tailed to disclose the Heart Disease Tops Death List Kasden Fuel meanwhile was bealing Franco American of Bristol 10-3, Cavallo's Market of Naugatuck 11-9, and Schiavi Construction of Oxford to gain the finals againsl Charcoal Chef. Four Sons Notch Victory NAUGATUCK - Four Sons Catering scored their 5lh win in than she or her church sewing pleaded innocent Friday lo a Ihe Prospecl Modified Uague circle could handle. So she charge of second degree mur- going nine innings lo squeak by der. Giles SI. 8-7 on a clutch singl e by Walerfield, 20, was ordered to appear for a pretrial hearing July 30. three carloads of fabric, more that she divided inlo lunch in Kentucky. "You don't do this for Ihe awards,"Mrs. Devney said. "Everything I've done, it jusl happened. The only credit I get is I haven't quit." l.VXOCEXT Pl.EA SANTA MARIA. Calif. (UPII •— Robert Waiertield, son of actress Jane Russell and former Los Angeles Rams' football star Bob Waterfield, called all churchwomen, Al a hearing June Lennie Walker in the bottom of Ihe ninth. The Caterers were paced offensively by Gregg Ventiano and Brian Boucher -*ho''both had - , be the leading cause of death in breaking ceremonies of Ihe j n Vietnam. It also produced sheriff's deputies testified \Va- three hils Doug Dubey, Walker the stale, wilh cancer second; American Bicentennial Park in many friendships. . - Towns with higher stand- Israel on July 4. She [eels Ihe shared rewards ards o! living and more persons The While House said the an(i (he ingenuity o! H.O.P.E. in betters jobs had lower dealh park h 35 o^" accorded official helpers have made the low- rales in most categories and in rcognition by the American tw^et organization work. overall dealh rate; Revolution Bicentennial Ad- "There are a lot ot great - Married persons have less ministration. people in Uie world, like our chance of dying from diabetes The park is located in Ihe |i| t | e soyear-old lady in Ohio lerfield, a farm laborer, told Ihem he "had a few drinks" and went "target shooting" with his pistol, using the sign on Ihe Haybaler Tavern in Ihe Cuyama Valley as Ihe target. Oscar Hernandez, 26, another farm worker, was dancing in and Ray Mencio each had two hils for the busy Caterers. Doug Dubey pitched the win, his 5th wilh only one loss to keep the Caterers in the thick of the race. Down 7-5 in the seventh with one out Giles St. staged a two-run or cirrhosis of the liver lhan torn of Beit Shemesh, Israel, w h, 0 se |j s p ] an i sijppjngs to ihe bar when he was killed by a rally to knot the game forcing the unmarried persons. west of Jerusalem a bold, aggressive player on this course because it is going to Kurt you more times than it will help you. "On Ihis course you really have to think and be palient and wail for Ihe pars and birdies lo come. It's a precision golf course." His four-over-par 288, good for firsl prize money of $40,000, was Ihe highest winning total on Ihe PGA lour since Jack N'icklaus won the 1972 VS. Open al Pebble Beach with a six-over-par 290. Beiberger, starting Ihe final day Sunday five strokes behind Bob Diekson, also made the tour's comeback of the year. The besl previous final-day surge was three strokes, made up by Ben Crenshaw, Hal Irwin and Tom Kite in earlier 1976 events. • Diekson, playing wilh Geiberger, skied to a nine-over- par 80 and finished tied for third with Irwin and Charles Coody, each earring $10,600. Geiberger never broke par en roule to victory, posting wen-par 71 rounds the firsl two days and winding up withapair of 73's. He suddenly found out suddenly he was in a position lo win when Diekson bogeyed Ihe 1211) and 13111 holes and I hen took a double bogey when he drove inlo the water on Ihe 16lh. "I think il really rattled him," Geiberger said. "All of a sudden I found myself in the lead and 1 couldn'l believe il. 1 suddenly realized I had a chance to win." What Geiberger didn'l know then was thai Joe Porler 111 had a stroke edge on him heading into the last Ivfo holes. He didn't find out until after his drive on the 18th that Porler had jusl scored a double-bogey six on the I8tti lo give Geiberger a tw»strokelead. '.'I Ihoughl 1 was lied," Geiberger said. "And I found out I was two strokes ahead. Thai changed the whole ballgame. 1 had a shot for the green, but I said'Wait a minute,'and just laid il up." He chipped over the green though,andsaid to himself, "You big dummy. You've been doing that all day." But has ball was barely on the fringe ol the green and lie had a good lie, so he was able to stop the ball three feet from the pin and drop a "kneeknocker" putt. Porler, who never has won a tournament, finished at 289 to BED PILLOWS STANDARD me Re,. 4.N NOW 2.99 QUEEN siie R«j. i.n NOW 3.99 KING size R.,. 6.W NOW 4.99 Hi»nply l.lled with DuPonl" led label Doci on' wilh ovc<v to!- cjrlul Stripe lict wilh l<xd Etkjc. 15" round tufted CORDUROY CUSHIONS 2.99 6,76 Reg. 4.00 2 pc. Provincial print ROCKER SETS Ktg. 8.99 FANTASY GIFT WRAP— is iin«ia ih M t> -9<m. fwenT pol It mi, lo Ihe pocfcage. Pretty and colorful for many ipccial accaiioni. 1 .09 JUNIOR ELF BOOKS-Hrom Rand McNolly for Ihe tmall fry. 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