The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on August 21, 1968 · Page 20
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The Holland Evening Sentinel SECOND SECTION HOLLAND. MICHIGAN, 49423 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1968 Your Community Newspaper Holland Tennis Players Win in Valley Tourney GRAXD RAPIDS -- Holland tennis players are advancing in the second day of play here of the Valley Tennis Club Tournament. In the 12 and under class Lynn Jonker def. Kathy Woifel (GR), 7-5, 6-0 and went on to def. Paula Rockwell (GR). 7-5, 6-1 to win the" divisional title. Jeff Etifirbeek del. Hank Bruinsma. 5-0, 4 and def. Paul ·Pursley (GR), 6-0, 6-0, to win the singles title. Jonker-Brenda Martinie were def. by Watson Czarnecki, 8-6, 3-6, 6-3, in 12 doubles D!ay with Etterbeek-Bruinsma del. Pursley-Vandenberg, 9-7, 4 to win the title. In 14 and under singles Jeff Etterbeek was def. by Randy Maxon (CS), 6-2, 6-1; Dan Terpsma def. Sid Bruinsma. 6-4, 6-2 and was def. by Randv Maxon, 6-2, 6-2 in the semifinals. Sally Oosterhout def. Kathy De Boer (GR), 6-0. 7-5; Kathv Stroop def. Betsy Fallon (GR), 64. 6-3: Van Oosterhout def. Stroop, 64. 6-3, to win the divisional title. 14 doubles saw Terpsma- Bruinsma def. Brooks-De Primo (GR), 6-0, 6-1 and were then def. by Fritz Bultatet (GR)-Bill Tokarz (M), 6-3, 64. Van Oos- terhoat - Stroop def. Freemait- Wheeler (GR), 6-0. 6-0 asd def. De Boer-Fallon (GR). 6-2, 6-2 in the finals. In 16 and under singles competition Dan Paauwe iost to Dave Emig (II). 7-5, 6-3 in the semi-finals: Cathy Stephenson def. Jane Waskenvitz, n-s. e-fl; Sue Etterbeek was def. by Betsy Irwin GR), 6-2, 1-6. 6-2." 16 doubles saw D. Paauwe- Mark Gelina (L) def. Maxon- Maxoa, 5-7. 8-6, 6-3. Stephenson- Waskerwitz def. Fallon-O'Xeill (GR), 6-0, 6-1; Enerbeek-Irwin (GR) def. Barb Hesse-Mary Hesse (GR), 64, 6-2. Tina Bruinsma def. Mary Waskerwitz, 6-0. 6-1, in 18 and under singles play; Lynne Stephenson def. Betsy Irwia (GR), 11-9, 64 and def. Tina Bruinsma, 64. 6-0 to win the division crown. 18 doubles competition saw D. Paauwe-Gelina def. by Emig- Gary Gudelsky (M), ~S-6, 6-1; Lvnne Stephenson-Sue Etterbeek def. Hesse-Hesse (GR), 34, "6-2; Cathy Stephenson-Jane Wasker- witz def. Fran Johnson-Patsy Freeman (GR), 6-0, 6-1. Buster Mathis Plans New York Bout Sept. 26 XEW YORK (UPD--Hea- vyweights George Chuvalo of Canada and Mexican Manuel Ramos will tangle in a 10-round bout at Madison Square Garden Sept. 26, it was announced Tuesday. In another 10-round heavy- j weight bout. Buster Mathis, making his first appearance at the Garden since losing to Joe Frazier in a title match, will meet James J. Woody on the same card. Schuitema Wins Archery Match In an Archerv match held by tfce -Holland Archery Club Lee Schuitema scored the win in outside competition by carding a 452, last Wednesday. Other arebers and their scores were Guy Johnson with a 411 followed by Al Van Dyke with a 405; Warren St. John. 353: Warren Kievit, 325; "Joe Vander Leek, 263; Dan Grondin. 262; Tom Grondin, 258; Bob Grondin. 255 and Buck Kars. 250. Jim Tenckiack shot a 232 with Ken Buter making a 222; Paul Koetsier, 196; John Lam, 167; Larry Steenwyk. 142: Ed Kowalke, 136: BO! Van Bruggen, 129; Dave Wilson. 98 action-fashioned for boys of all ages RHODES BAN-LON* KNIT SHIRTS mock turtle or full turtle necks long or short sleeves, new fall colors The casual good looks, easy-fo-v/ear comfort, and easy-fo-wash no- iron convenience make them a mainstay in any active boys' school or casual wardrobe. Knit of Chemsfrand 100% Blue C® nylon with mock turtle or regular full turtle necks. Colors for fail include black, navy, grove green, antique gold, Rhodes blue or Sierra brown and white- Sizes 6 to 20. long sleeve styles 5.00 short sleeve styles 4.50 Roys' Shop, Thlrcf Floor Shop Wednesday 'til 5:30,. Thursday 10 to 5:30 Mail your orders or phone 396-3571 West Shore Sets Tourney DOUGLAS -- The West Shore Yemen's Golf Association starts ts tournament Thursday at S a.m. at the West Shore Golf Links. Tee off times are as Allows: 8:00 a.m. -- I. Keichum, D. Mazurek, Xieusma. Huguenot. B. Standings of the Clubs National League W. L. Pet. GB 8:05 a.m. -- II. Dunscomfa, R. Vagenveld. M. Kurth. H. Kimer!y_ 8:10 a.m. -- M. Chaddock, H. De Groot, F. Sennea, E. Joyner. 8:15 a.m. -- S. Dickenson, H. Scbafienaar, E. S o u t e r, J. Kicks. 8:20 a.m. -- J. Roerink, G. lenneman, B. Plodders. F. Zeedyke. 8:25 a.m. -- L. Dalman. F. Speet, D. Xutile, E. Emaus. 8:30 a.m. -- X. Bums, C. 3affer, R. Turpin, J. Yander- Sluis. 8:35 a.m. -- J. Poll. T. Wainwright, R. Van Dyke, M. Barkel. 8:40 a.m. -- J. Bonnette, S. Tedaldi, R. Albers. B. Kuipers. 8:45 a.m. -- E. Fishrupp, M. Me Reynolds, C. Morse, J. Bade. 8:50 a.m. -- C. Herrinton. M. Pointer, S. Bradford, M. Lemson. 8:55 a.m. -- B. Fleming, R. Ward, J. BausDies, A. Mulder. 9:00 a.m. -- V. Bernecker, M. Armstrong, D. Van Dyke. St. Losiis Cincinnati San Francisco Chicago Atlanta Pittsburgh Philadelphia Houston Xew York Los Angeles 80 46 5 57 65 59 66 61 63 62 60 65 57 66 58 69 53 70 54 70 .635 .529 .524 14 .520 !4 ! -i 504 16-i .480 19'-2 .463 21 i.j .457 22 1 .453 23 435 25 Phil Regan Is Cleared CHICAGO (UPD -- Chicago 2ubs relief pitcher Phil Regan, long accused of throwing the 'vasceline ball," was cleared Tuesday by National League President Warren Giles of charges that he threw the illegal pitch in a game Sunday against the Cincinnati Reds. Regan was the center of a large rhubarb when plate umpire Cris P e l e k o u d a s charged him with throwing the pitch after wiping his cap with a towel in the first game of a doubleheader. Giles made Ms decision after conferring with Regan, Pele- koudas and Cubs manager Leo Durocher. But _ the league president made it clear that he was conanning~ his investigation into the controversial illegal pitch until better "guidelines which I propose to get out" are published. Falcons to Use Marsh In Game Against Jets JOHNSON CITY. Tenn. (UP!) --Veteran f u l l b a c k Amos Marsh, traded to the Atlanta Falcons by the Detroit Lions for a 1969 draft choice Monday, reported to the Falcons' training camp Tuesday afternoon. Marsh, a seven-year veteran, missed the afternoon workout but will begin practice with the team today. Coach Norb Hecker said Marsh will play in Friday night's pre-season game with the Xew York Birmingham, Aia. Jets in Tuesday's Results Chicago 6 Atlanta 5. 10 inos. Pittsburgh 8 Cincinnati 3, night New York 8 San Fran 0, night Houston S Los Angeles 5, night Pliila 8 St. Louis 2, night Today's Probabie Pitchers (All Tin-es EDI') San Francisco (Marieha! 22-3) John Hiller One-Hit White Sox Hand McLain 4th Setback DETROIT (UPD--John Hiller pitching a one-hitter is about as likely as. well. Denny McLain getting bombed. Yet the improbable occurred Tuesday night as the Detroit; Tigers split a twi-night double-: header with the Chicago While at New York (.McAndrew 0-4). I Sox. which combined with 2:05 p.m. 1 Baltimore's loss to California to Pittsburgh iBlass 9-5) at j move the Tigers seven full games in front of the second- Cincinnati Ulalonev 11-7), 8:05 p.m. St. Louis (Carlton 11-8) at Philadelphia (Johnson 0-0), 7: 35 p.m. Los Angeles (Kekich 2-6) at Houston (.Cuellar 6-9), 8:30 p.m. Atlanta (Pappas S-9 and Jan-is 12-9), at Chicago (Jenkins 13-12 and Nye 4-12), 2, 1:30 p.m. Thursday's Games Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, night St. Louis at Philadelphia, night San Fran at Los Ang. night (Only games scheduled) American League \V. L. Pet. GB Detroit 79 45 .637 ... Baltimore 72 52 .531 7 Boston 68' 58 .540 12 Cleveland 67 61 .523 14 Oakland 63 62 .504 16V± New York 58 62 .483 19 Minnesota 58 65 .472 20H California 57 68 .456 22--i Chicago 52 72 .419 27 Washington 47 76 .382 Tuesday's Results Detroit 7 Chicago 0, 1st Chicago 10 Detroit 2. 2nd Cleveland 2 Boston 1, night New York 5 Minn 0. night Washington 7 Oakland 5. 1st Oakland 4 Washington 3. 2nd California 7 Baltimore 2, night Todav*s Probable Pitchers (All Times EOT) Baltimore (McXaliy 16-8) at California (Brunet 12-12), 11 p.m. New York (Peterson 6-8) at Minnesota (Kaat 9-9), 9 p.m. Chicago (Carlos 4-11 or Friday 3-3) at Detroit (Dobson 3-5 or Lolich 11-7) 8 p.m. Boston (Lonborg 3-4) at Cleveland (Williams 10-7), 7:30 p.m. (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games California at Oakland, night New York at Minnesota Chicago at Detroit, night Boston at Cleveland, night (Only games scheduled) McLain Lauded XEW YORK (UPD-- Detroit Tiger righthander Denny McLain.- hoping to become the major league's first 30 game winner since 1934. was the July 7 winner of the S. Rae Hickok place Orioles. Hilier began his ''Believe it or Xot" evening with his strong one-hitter, stopping the White Sox 7-0. McLain had the more unusual happen to him as the 25-game winner dropped a 10-2 verdict to Chicago to absorb his fourth loss and snap streaks of seven victories and six complete games. Ron Hansen led off the fifth with a clean single to- center to ruin Killer's chance at baseball immortality. The Detroit left-hander, who fanned the first six Boston Red Sox he faced in his last start Aug. 11 to set a new major league record, whiffed seven men and walked but two in raising his record to 6-3. Buddy Bradford walked and Ken Berry was safe on Tom Matchick's high throw to load the bases after Hansen's single but Hiller worked out of ais only jam when Sandy Alomar hit a screaming line drive --right at Dick McAuliffe. McAuliffe took it at a trot on his way to second base and stepped on the bag for a double play. Then Hiller disposed of pinch-hitter Walt Williams on a pop to right. "That's the best results I've ever had," Hiller smiled in response to a question if it was the best game he'd ever pitched. Jim Northrup in right and Mickey Stanley in center made several outstanding catches to help the Canadian-born pitcher out. "I didn't feel bad about it." Hiller said of Hansen's hit. '-He hit a fast ball. If it had come in the later innings it'd been different/' The unexpected continued, as it has all season for Detroit, in that Gates Brown showed that as a great pinch-hitter, he's not a bad starter either. Brown, playing in the opener instead of Willie Horton, tagged loser Jack Fisher's first pitch to him for his fourth home run --first in a starting role. Fisher is now 6-8. Gater' 7 is now swinging Professional Athlete of the Year i a ,552 pinch hit bat but his per- award. 'formance as a regular is about HEADQUARTERS FOR MERCURY and MERC CRUISERS ANNOUNCING AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR SLICKCRAFT MERCURY HOLCLAW RiNKER CHEROKEE SAVE and more BOATS-MOTORS TRAILERS NEW and USED Sales - Service - Slips - Supplies - Storage Rentals Open Every Day Kalamazoo Lake -- Douglas -- Telephone 857-2230 ALLOWS ONE HIT--Detroit Tigers pitcher John Hiller allowed only one hit, a single to center, to pace the Tigers to a victory over the Chicago W T hite Sox in the first game of the twi-night doubleheader Tuesday. (UPI telephoto) Hiller P Totals Chicago Detroit Chicago 300 below that. Brown also singled in the fourth to drive tome a run. Mickey Stanley had a two-run' single in the eeventh while, wonder-of-wonders. Hiller got his second single and second RBI of the season in that same inning. "It was a fast ball," Hiller said proudly of his run-producing single. A feat in itself considering he didn't cause anyone to remark that he looked like Babe Ruth while striking out his first two trips. Now we get down to the real improbables, M c L a i n was ruined by his own teammates, who commked four errors, and Chicago's Gerry McXertney "yes. he's still around). Pete Ward doubled with two out in the first inning and would iave been out but for Al Kaine's throw from right hitting lim in the back. McLain retrieved the ball and threw it wildly past home to allow a run. In the second Kaline made a .ong run to catch Berry's short Kp fly but then dropped the jail for a two-base error. Mc- Xertney then doubled for his irst of four hits and four RBIs. McXertney singled with the 3ases loaded in the fourth for ;he only two earned runs McLain allowed. Berry was safe on Ray Oyler's bobble in the sixth, was sacrificed to second and scored on a McXertney single. Infield hits to Oyler by Luis Aparicio and Alomar loaded :he bases with two out and Ward then unloaded them with a grand slam against the facade of the upper deck in right. It was his 13th home run, exit McLain. Gary Peters won only his fourth game in 14 decisions b scattering four Detroit hits and Peters 3 0 1 1 34 7 11 6 000 OOn 000--0 010 200 Six--7 E - Alomar, Matchick. Wert. DP -- Chicago 2, Detroit 1. LOB-Chicago 4. Detroit 4. 2B-- Matchick. HR-Brown (4). I H RERBBSO 4 5 3 Fisher L 6-8 s Lazar " 1 1 0 Ribant 11-32 3 0 1 0 Wilhelm 2 - 3 1 0 Wood 1 2 1 1 Hiller 9 1 0 0 2 PB-Josephson. T--2:09. 2nd same A B R Aparico SS Alomar 2B Ward CB Hansen 3B McGraw IB Davis LF Bern.- CF Bradford RF McXertney C Peters P" Totals Detroit Stanley CF Tracewski 2B Kaiine RF Horton LF Cash IB Wert 3B Price C Oyler SS Comer PH Matchick SS McLain P Lasher P Wilson PH Wyatt P Totals Chicago Detroit 5 3 H 1 3 2 0 0 1 o 0 AB 3 A 41 10 13 R H 2 o 1 0 1 0 1 0 29 1 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 C 0 0 BT 0 ^ 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 9 BI 0 1 0 ·J 6 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 310 205 010--10 (tirf) 200 000-- 2 striking out six. A walk to Stanley in the fourth and doubles by Dick Tracewski and Horton produced both Tiger runs. Pat Dobson takes his 3-5 record tonight against Cisco Carlos, 4-11, in the third game of the four-game series, and even those pitchers are jus 1 probables. 1st game E - Kaline 2, McLain. Oyler. DP-Chicago 1. LOB-Chica^o 8, Detroit 4. 2B-Ward. McXertney, Berry. Tracewsk:. Horton. HR- Ward (1?,). SB-Alomar. S-Brsd- ford, McLain. IP H. R ER BB 9 4 2 2 3 5 W 4-10 McLain 5 2-3 S 9 2 2 2 L 25-4 Lasher 21-32 1 l Q 2 W'-att : 2 0 0 1 T-2:I9. A-SS14. Erv Bouwens Wins ' i |In Pigeon Race Chicago Aapricio .SS McCraw IB Davis LF Josephson C Hansen ?.B Bradford RF Bern.- CF Aomar 2B Fisher P Williams PH Lazar P Ribant P Wilhelm P Kenworthv PH Wood P Totals Detroit McAuhffc 2B Stanley CF Xorthrup RF Brown LF Comer LF Cash IB Freehan C Matchirk SS Oyler SS Wert 3B . AB R 4 0 3 3 2 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 29 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AB R 4 0 4 4 3 1 4 4 *\ .· 1 3 0 ft 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 (t 0 0 0 I II 0 2 1 2 1 2 t 1 0 0 O j rt I CI::b staged a race from Kokomo. Inc . to Ho^and. a cis'arce rm:e=:. wun Er-,n u iBou\%ens taking a first p'ace. 0 j Second place wen: to Vern j DeYoizng with Fritz K-rphuis 0 j capturing thi:d Bi~: Sloot'nssk 0 I and L;e Hop placed fourth end ^ I f fth re.-pecuvely. O j Sauidav the'c'.iib 0 slags another race from Kokorno, Ins., to Ho'Iarso. BI NBA Sets Annual Salary at SI 2,500 XEW YORK i LTD--A minimum annual salary of $12.500 was granted to all active Xational Basketball Association players Tuesday. XBA Commissioner Walter Kennedy and player representative Oscar Robertson of tha Cincinnati Royals, reached the agreement which also calls for all rookies to get a minimum £10,000 annually. SPAPFRf

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