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NAUGATUCKNEWS(CtmiO MowUy, June28, IIJ«-l'«g«7 Post 17 Romps To 19-6 Victory In Legion Baseball Opener ByDONPASCALE Sports Editor • NAU GATUCK - Post 17 opened up defense D(the1rZaK4Utley«sterdaywit)iasmashing 1M victory over Waterbury Post 135 at Breen Field. The Naugatuck Legion pounded out 13 hi ts with Jim Murphy, Walt Koproski and Bob Burns leading the way. Murphy lashed (wo doubles and contributed a sacrifice fly lo drive in six runs, Bob Burns rapped three singles driving in four runs and Koproski had two singles, and a long triple and knocked in one run. Tom Bums, John Porriecello and Gary Raczkowski shared the pitching duties with Burns being the most effective. Tlie Post 17 righl harder pitched three innings, allowing no runs and two hits and was credited with the win, Porriecello hurled the fourth and fifth innings giving up two runs and three hits ana Raczkowski allowed [our runs and four hi Is in the final two innings. Post 17 jumped oul to a 6-0 lead in the last of the first inning. Tom Burns singled and after Frank Monloni struck outswinging, Koproski was safe on an error. Mike Molina drew a walk to load the bases and Naugatuck catcher JimMurphy cleaned them with a long double. Gary Palmer went down swinging and Sieve Papp walked. Tom Burns smashed a single up the middle, but the inning ended as Papp was tossed out trying for third. The Naugy Legion put it out of reach early as Ihcy tallied five more runs in their half of the second inning. Montooi walked and Koproski went safe as the Walerbury cen- lerfielder dropped a routine Ely ball. Mike Molina beat out an infield tit and the bases were loaded again for Bob Burns who rapped another single to drive in two more runs. Pokora continued the onslaught as he drew a base on balls and Murphy delivered another double scoring two more runs. Pokora came in lo score as Palmer grounded oul short lo first. Post 17 added another run in the third lo take a 12-0 lead, Post 135 notched two in the top of the I ifth bu t Nauga tuck erupted for four more in the boltom of the fifth to go ahead 162. In the fifth, Koproski singled, Molina singled and Burns walked to load the bases one more time, Porriecello was safe on an error by the shortstop who threw the ball into center field trying for a force at second and three runners crossed the plate. Porriecello tallied the fourth run as Murphy lotted a long sacrifice fly to center. Waterburycamebacktoscorethreerunsin the sixth and two more in the seventh but Post 17 had built up an insurmountable lead and coasted to the victory. LEGION NOTES - The loss by Post 135 was their fourth of the season against one victory, while Naugatuck is now 1-0. The win was the first for Bert Hughes as an American Legion coach. Hughes took over this season for Joe Bojkowho is helping manage the team along with Ray Legenza... Kelly Dullard who was an assistant coach last season and Gary Woodlield are helping run the team with Hughes... Naugatuck drew 11 bases on balls to go along with their 13 hits and the Waterbury team helped the locals by committing six errors... Frank Johnson was the master of ceremonies for a brief ceremony by the Legion before the game. Representing Mayor Rado was Burgess Robert Burns who has two sons playing on the local team. Also on hand was Commander William Schmdke and the Post 17 color guard. . . Breen Field was in horrendous condition. It's reported that in order to prepare the field Park Department personnel hare to be paid overtime. It seems that some arrangement can and should be made to get the field In shape. Because of deep ruts, several balls took bad bounces and three or four runs lost their stride while running the bases. It doesn't seem right that someone should have to be injured seriously before something is done about the field on weekends.. .While on the subject, one has to wonder why no water can be piped to the facility, not only for Legion games but for the many Babe Ruth games that are played on the field.... Post 135 000 m 1 • 6 9 6 Post 17 651 043 X - 19 13 3 Fryman Gains 100th Victory ByKENRAPPOPORT Sports Writer In this Bicentennnal year, it's only fitting that baseball share in the celebration. the fifth inning, helping Los Angeles overcome two Bobby Murcer home runs and defeat San Francisco. Murcer drove in four runs for the Giants. Five of Woodie Fryman and Manny his nine home runs this season Mola haven't reached the "200" have come against Los Angeles, level yet - but at least they're The Dodgers broke a 6-6 tie in halfway there. the fifth when Ed Goodson, Bill As a result of Sunday's per- Russell and Rodriguezsingled (or formances, both players hit the one run. Mota followed with a 100 mark in aspects of the game pinch-hit single, giving the - Fryman with his pitching and Dodgers an M lead. The Dodgers Mota with his hitting. added three runs in the eighth, An especially elated Fryman two or Lee Lacy's bases-loaded ..... , gained his 100th major league single. Don Sulton, 7-7, earned ki»i-- y_'; . victory, leading the Montreal the victory while Mike Caldwell, Expos to a 4-3 decision over the 0-5, took the loss. Pittsburgh Pirates. A pleased PhilliesG,Cardinals2 Mota collected his 100th career Catcher Bob Boone cracked his pinch-hit, helping the Los first major league grand slam Angeles Dodgers beat the San homer and pitcher Jim Lonborg Francisco Giants 12-8. became the major league's "getting 100 wins in the big second 10-game winner of the leagues may nol mean much to season as Philadelphia defeated some guys, because there are St. Louis, pitchers who have 150 or 200 In the fourth, with the Phillies wins." said Fryman. "But, batting around in an inning for believe me, it means something the 13th time this season, Boone to rne. It's important because smacked an 0-1 pitch over the I've never been set with a club left-field scene to cap a six-run becauseottbe arm problems I've explosion. Lonborg, who was had in the past. lifted with two out ami the bass "My arm feels great this year, loaded in the sixth, raised his I've already had 15 starts and if I record lo 10-4. Randy Jones of can slay healthy that means I'll San Diego leads the majors with gel maybe 33 or 34 starts. Thai's 13 triumphs, nol bad for a 36-year-old man." Mets 13, Cubs 3; Phillips Mota ranks fifth on the all-time homered for the third successive pinch^it list, but the'significant game and Ed Kranepool hit a tooth hit was a long time coming, two-run homer in a club record-. The last time he hil safely was on lying, eight-run second inning as May 23. New Votk humbled Chicago. "Ihopoldon'lhaveUMvaitthal Phillips and Dave Kingman long lo get 101," said Mota. each delivered two-run singles in In the other National League the big second as the Mels games, the Philadelphia Phillies equalledIheir biggest inning, last beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-2: accomplished in 1*70 against San the New York Mels routed the Francisco. It also was the biggest Chicago Cubs 13-3: the Cincinnati inning in the National league this season. fteds4.Astros2 Pole Rose drove in Iwo runs and Cesar Geronimo scored twice and had three hits, leading Hcds trimmed the Houston Astros 4-2, and the San Diego Padres stopped the Atlanta Braves 3-2. Tim Foil drove in three runs with a double and a single. Cincinnati past Houston. Fred helping Fryman register his Norman, 6-1, checked Houston on ICOlh victory. Foil's two-run four hits over the firsl seven double againsl Doc Medich, 5-6, innings in beating the Astros for was the key hit in a three-run the 10th lime in 13 career third inning for the Expos. Jim decisions. Rawly Eastwick Lyttle had the olher Montreal hurled the final two innings for RBI in the inning with a single to the Reds and picked up his ninth left. save of Ihe season. The Expos scored what proved Padres3, Brav«2 to be the winning run in the fifth Tilo Fuenies' Iwo-oul infield when Foil singled home Larry single in the ninth inning scored Parrish, who had lef off with a Ted Kubiak from third, giving walk. The Pirales got their first San Diego its victory over run against Fryman in the top of Atlanta. Moments earlier, the fifth on Al Oliver's homer. Braves' centerfielder Jim ynn Pittsburgh added two runs in the had prevented the Padres from seventh on RBI doubles by Oliver winning when his perfect throw and Bill Robinson. nailed San Diego's Dave Winfield LosAngeleslZ, Giants! at home. Winfieldhad attempted Run-scoring singles by Ellie >° score from second on a single Rodriguez and Mota broke a lie in by Johnny Grubb. Mowrey Wins Billy Burke Tournament POST 135 CATCHER Tom O'Det took his lumps at home plate yntenhy ui American Ltgion action at Brwti Field. In the lop photo, O'Dta tags out Jim Murphy at home plale in the second inning and before he had time to recover from his bruises put the tag on Frank Montoni in another bang bang play at home plate in the third. INEWSpholos by Don Pascale) Sport-O-Grams JUDY RANK1N SHOT HF,R SECOND slraiihl Itiree-under par 69 Sunda y lo take the lead at the end of thr ee rounds of the 1100,000 Babe Zaharias Invitational Golf Classic. Ranklin, who started the clay three shots behind second round leader JoAtme Carner, reversed the situation and will lake a ihree-slroke margin over Carner and Jane Blalock into today's final round of Ihe rain-delayed 72-hole event Vt'OLCOTT'S RON ES'AXS is scheduled to return lo Connecticut today falling short in his bid lo land a spot on the U.S. Olympic Decathlon team, an effort that ended in the fourth event, the high jump, usually his besl event Ilse Wargo of N'augaluck, representing the Libra Athletic Club, won one event and finished second in two others, in the women's open events in the Manchester Community College Bicentennial Relays held at the Manchester High School yesterday. She took firsl in Ihe high jump, second in the long jumpand second in Ihe 100yarddash ARIZONA STATE PITCHER Floyd Bannisler was named winner WISTFUL ENCORE NEW YORK (UPIl - History repeated at Belmont Park in the 1949 running of the Coaching Club American Oaks when Calumet Farm's Wistful won the one-and-lhree-eighlh- mile race for 3-year-old fillies. In the 1917 inaugural, a filly by the same name was the winner. PARADISE — Dave finished second at six inches, of 'the Gomex Plate asthe Dion's amateur baseball *y«rof«j« baseball draft, posted ai an earned run average of 1.35 WINNERS OF THE •<*»"! innml Billy Burke Golf Tournament were presented their awards WlowfaK 1K« completion of d>yspl»y Saturday. In the top ph°<o. "a« Mowrey (right) who won tew met honors H presented i trophy from Joe Burke, brother o) the late Billy Bnrke. In Hie middle photo Kim Andersonwho had low grossfortheladtesalsorecelvesa trophy from Burke. In thelowtr am photo Althe« Uwls, a membtr o( the Naugatuck Bicentennial Committee presents the low net award to Don Rowrs (rleht). Rogers also »on the closest (o the pin contest on the ninth hole. ^ (NEWSpholosbyDonPascalel SPELLED OUT TflRflVm (UPIl - The TOHOMu lull) mi, National Hockey League Toron- T to Tape Leafs are the only Turcote, leading apprentice honors in Ihe second annual Billy inches from Ihe cup and Bob Burke Golf Tournament Salur- Dunn was fourth at seven and a day at the Hop Brook Gel! half inches. Course. Mowrcy finished three strokes ahead of Tom Ambrose Joe Burke, brother ol the late and Jim Spencer who lied wilh Billy Burke, made Ihe awards -. v . presentations and former radio - , 11 , A T\r r^r« nn ^iii.. T«I.. Man™ the most penalty rmnuies m one Kim Anderson captured low and TV personality Ton) Marvin £ ' gross honors for females as she was the master of ceremonies. P'»i°» >«£ '^ 1CT ' notched a 90 with Helen Conrick Playing as guests in the lour- lor ™ s career ' "' lallied a 93 and Grace Taylor namenl were Joe Burke, State rYtttine a 11. Represcntalive Neal Hanlon, wilh m Arch SI. Kf»Brlloln M3-97M Zntroductory Special our Give And Take Massage 6RIN&INTH15COUPOK hPRICEALLMASIAGEt HOURS IAM.->A.Nl. EVERY DAY PENALIZED .MOST PHILADELPHIA (DPI) - "<« a '» c I-AM1M VFW NEW ittim RMC.F OPI) - Roger major pro team to have Ihc jockey in the nation in .975 with entire team name spelled oul **> mmere . 1S one of in history was Jess Willard, who stood 6 feel, 6 and a inches. on their uniforms. NdugatiKk" News Home Delivery Coll 729-2228 brothers presently nomg. The others are Rudy, Noel and the more famous Ron, who won the 1973 Triple Crown wilh Secretarial. —o&o—RADIATORS CLEANED Jc REPAIRED 124 RUBBER AVE. NAUGATUCK 723-2806 posting an Represcntalve ea anon, ™ L ':^™ i -"\ Ppl , Th , Don Roeers captured low ret High School athletic director Bill NEW \ORK (DPI) - The ho^wnlh^iwln second Rado Jr., MtS assistant football la»l«l heavyw»gM champs place was Rocky Ubriola who coach Bob Harrison. Park scored an 88-2W4 and in the third Department Director Frank Spec spot was tkmie Duffy with an 88- Shea. Walerbury Republican 23.55 Sports Editor Hank O'Donnell, In ihc closest lo the pin contest Naugatuck News Sports Editor il was Don Rogers again as he Don Pascale. Tony Marvin and knocked his ball lo within 19" ol members of the Hop Brook Board Ihe cup on Ihe ninth hole. Henry o! Trustees, Roberl -ilarkovic, Wilkowski was second aU9 and a Gus Klimasiewski and Frank hall inches and Stephanie Klonoski. Marge Carlson Adamski who last year notched a represented Mayor Rado and hil hole-inone on the ninth, put her Ihe first ball off the lee. ball H inches from the hole. Following Ihe presentations Glen Wilyak was the winner of chairman Jack Lewis reported Ihe putting contest which was the tournament will be taken over held on the practice green, by the Naugaluck Jaycees and Wityak put his ball tour inches become an annual event of Ihe from the cup, Julie Kohylenski Naugatuck Calendar. Mastroserio frSons Interior & Extern Quick Dependable Service Fot ffee Estimates Call 12S4105 Gutters Need Repair? Call us for repair or new installation i ALUMINUM AND VINYL ALCOA, SONG 1 Free estimate upon request Colt Joe Now ••-I KAMI: vorc'i.v ;mr NAUGATUCK ALUMINUM & GLASS 253 Prospect St., U.C. 729-4536 Q^THVEAR 758-9501

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