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Reno, Nevada
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Tuesday, September 2, 1969
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Shoemaker surprised by 'Cleveland' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland Lane was Hip bu of the ball to the surprise of ner cnaperone, veteran Bill Shoemaker. Seymour Rose's 2-year-old filly trailed Andrew and Dan Gehl's Belle Noire by four lengths at the top of the stretch of the 6-furlongs, $175,000 Arlington-Washington Lassie Stakes at Arlington Park. Then, she zoomed through the stretch to win by a nose. Shoemaker didn't think Cleveland Lane would make it. "I thought so even in the last 30 yards," he said. "Belle Noire must have just collapsed at the end because I wasn't picking her up that fast." Belle Noire saved the place over 13-1 shot Dixie Wind, with Clever Lane's stablemate, Bright Affair, fourth in the field of nine. Mrs. W.R. Kelly's previously unbeaten Gallamar stumbled and fell leaving the stall. Her jockey, Fernando Valdizan was trambled and taken to a hospital. The filly apparently was not injured. ANOTHER RACE In another six-figure race, El-mendorf's 4-year-old Verbatim won the $109,400 inaugural running of the Govenor Nicolls Handicap at Belmont Park. Elsewhere, Clement' L Hirsch's Argentine-bred Figone-ro set a world record of 1:4614 for 1 miles in winning the $53,650 Del Mar Handicap for 3-year-olds. And, Easy Jet won the $600,000 All-American Futurity for quarter-horses at Ruidoso Downs in 20.48 to earn first money of $159,000. How they stand AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST W n 78 71 69 66 54 WEST W 80 74 56 53 52 50 L 43 55 66 66 67 80 L 52 57 74 79 79 Pet. .682 .586 .538 .511 .496 .403 Pet. .606 .565 .431 .402 .397 GB iF 19'j 23 25 37'A GB 5Vj 23 27 27Va 30 Baltimore Detroit Boston Washington New York , Cleveland Minnesota Oakland California Kansas City Chicago Seattle 82 .379 Monday's Result! Minnesota 7 Cleveland 5 Boston 6 Oakland 2 Baltimore Chicago O (at Milwaukee) Washington 4 California 0 (1st) California 8 Washington 7 (2nd) New York 6 Seattle ) (1st) -. Seattle 5 New York 1 (2nd, 13 Innings) Detroit 5 Kansas City 4 (10 innings, twi light) Kansas City 3 Detroit 2 (2nd, night) Today's Pitchers Detroit (Lolich 17-7) at Kansas City (Nelson 6-13), night. Cleveland (Tiant 8-17) at Minnescta (Hall 7-4), nignt. Baltimore (McNally 17-5) at Chicago (Peters 8-13), night. California (Messersmlth 13-8 and Mc-Glothlin 7-12) at Washington (Hannan 4-5 and Carlos 4-3), 2, twi-night. Seattle (Barber 2-4) at New York (Downing 5-4), night. Oakland (Talbot 5-8) at Boston (Lon-borg 7-8), night. Wednesday's Games Detroit at Kansas City, twi-light Cleveland at Minnesota Oakland at Boston (Only games scheduled) LEAGUE LEADERS Major League Leaders Leading Batters (Based on 350 at Bats) National League g ab r h pet. 112 420 71 148 .352 125 439 84 154 .351 124 494 104 170 .344 113 434 75 147 .339 117 421 77 140 .333 131 571 90 188 .329 101 355 49 116 .327 121 390 82 127 .326 122 519 94166 .320 99 376 54 120 . 319 ab r h pet. 98 364 70 128 .352 129 471 99 151 .321 117 450 77 144 .320 123 508 79 160 .315 129 454 72 1 43 .315 134 497 99 155 .312 124 422 79 129 .305 127 531 97 162 .305 128 527 67 159 .302 Clemente, Pi Jones, NY Rose, Cin Johnson, Cin S argell, Pitt Alou, Pitt Sanguillen, Pitt McCovey, SF Tolan, Cin Daivs, LA American League Carew, Minn F. Robinson, Bait Smith, Bos Oliva, Minn Powell, Bait Howard, Wash Petrocelll, Bos Balir, Bal Clarke, NY Andrews, Bos 92 354 59 106 .299 Home Runs National League: McCovey, SF 41; H. Aaron, Atl 37; May, Cin 35; Perez, Cin 33, Allen, Phil and Bonds, SF 29. American League: Jackson, Oak 45; Howard, wash 42; Killebrew, Minn 38; Powell, Bait and Pe rocelli and Yastrzemski, Bos 34. Runs Batted In National League: McCovey, SF 112; Santo, Chi 110; Perez, Cin 103; May, Cin 96; Banks, Chi 92. American League: Killebrew, Minn 116; Powell, Bait 114; Jackson, Oak 105; Howard, Wash 98; Yastrzemski, Bos 94. Pitching (Based on Mos Vicorlts) National League: Seaver, NY 19-7; Jenkins, Chi and Osteen, LA 18-11; Niekro, A I 18-12; Singer, LA 17-8. American League: McLain, Det 21-6; Cuellar, Bait 19-10; Stottlemyre, NY 18-11; McNally, Bait and Perry, Minn 17-5; Lolich, Det 17-7; Culp, Bos 17-8. CALIFORNIA LEAGUE W L Visalla 41 27 Stockton 38 30 San Jose 36 32 Bakersfield 36 32 Reno 34 34 Fresno 33 35 Modesto 30 38 Lodi 24 4 Monday Results Visalia 17, Lodi 2 Stockton 5, Fresno 0 Reno 3, Bakersfield 2 San Jose 8, Modesto 6 Tuesday Games Lodi at Visalia Fresno at Stockton San Jose at Modesto Bakersfield at Reno Pc. .603 .559 .529 .529 .500 .485 .441 .353 GB 3 5 5 7 8 11 17 Advertisement Now Possible To Shrink Painful Hemorrhoids And Promptly Stop The Itching, Relieve Pain In Most Cases. New York, N.Y. (Special): Science has found a medication with the ability, in most cases to promptly stop itching, relieve pain and actually shrink hemorrhoids. Tests by doctors proved that !n case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual redaction Win Tuesday, September 2, 1969 Husky Bob Lunn felt Hartford win coming on' WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (AP) - "Oh, boy," said big Bob Lunn about the strongest lan guage the hulking, placid guy uses "I could feel it coming on tor a couple of months. "And it's nice, real nice." The mild-mannered, 210-pound husky was talking about his fourth-hole playoff victory over weather-wilted Dave Hill Monday for the $20,000 top prize in the Greater Hartford Open Tournament. They had tied at the end of the regulation 72 holes at 268, 16 under par on the 6.568-vard. par-71 Wethersfield Country Club course, and had matched pars on the first three playoff holes before Lunn rolled in a 22-foot putt for the winner. "This game can't be rushed. You've got to capitalize on your good shots and not let the bad ones get you down," Lunn said. And that's exactly the formula he used in whipping the thin, tiring Hill. Hill, three strokes behind with three holes to play, closed bird- le-oirdie-birdie for a 66 that tied him with Lunn, who had 'a final 67. Dave Stockton took third with NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L 82 52 76 55 71 60 72 62 52 79 41 94 West Division . 82 52 72 56 73 58 Pet. .612 .580 .542 .537 ' .397 .304 .612 .558 .557 .537 .519 .301 GB 4Vj 9's 10 2m 41 Vl Chicago New York Pittsburgh St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal San Fran. Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta Houston Vi 3 34'j 73 63 69 64 40 93 San Diego Monday's Results Los Angeles 10, New York 6 San Francisco 12, Montreal 2 Chicago at Cincinnati, rain Pittsburgh 7, Atlanta 1 St. Louis 6, Hocston 2 San Diego 5, Philadelphia 2 :, Today's Games New York Gentry 9-11 at Los Angeles Sutton 15-12, N Philadelphia Champion 4-7 at San Diego Kelley 4-8, N St. Louis Taylor 6-2 at Houston Griffin 9-6, N x-Chicago Hands 16-10 at Cincinnati Ar-ngo 2-5, N x-suspended game of June IS to be played prior to regular game (Only games scheduled) Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh at Atlanta, N Chicago at Cincinnati, N PhiladelDhla at San Diego, N New York at Los Angeles, N Montreal at San Francisco (Only games scheduled) COAST LEAGUE NORTHERN DIVISION W L Pet. x-Tacoma 85 60 .586 Vancouver 71 7) .500 Spokane 70 73 .490 Portland 55 89 .382 SOUTHERN DIVISION W L Pcf. x-Eugene 88 57 .607 Phoenix 75 70 .517 Hawaii 74 71 .510 Tucson 59 86 .407 x-Clinched division championship. GB 12'2, 14 29 Vj GB iF 14 29 FIGHT RESULTS TOKYO George Carter, 159V2, New Orleans, outpointed Yoshiaki Akasaka, Bleier expects to play football in 1970 season TOKYO (AP) - Robert "Rocky" Bleier, running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers, said from Vietnam war wounds to he expects to be fully recovered play m the 1970 Pro football season. "The doc says I'll be off my back in two or three weeks," he told an interviewer. "After that it'll be back to the states where I'll have to undergo physical therapy to strengthen my legs." Beief, 23, former football captain at Notre Dame, has been at Camp Oji U.S. Military Hospital in Tokyo since Aug. 25, recovering from leg injuries suffered Aug. 20 when his platoon was ambushed by Communist Vietnamese south of Da Nang. 15 TITLES Maryland has won 15 Atlantic Coast Conference track titles of the inflamed hemorrhoids took place. The secret is Preparation H. There's no other formula like itl Preparation H also soothes irritated tissues and helps prevent further infection. In ointment or suppository form, Reno Evening Gazette-13 a 66 for 269. Bert Greene, with a 65, and Gay Brewer, 68, tied at 271. Howie Johnson had a 70 for 272 and was followed by Jack Nicklaus alone at 273 after a 68. Defending champion Billy Casper was well back at 278. . "Somehow I had a feeling Dave was going to make it," Lunn said Mrs. Barbara Marciano, right, and her daughter, Mary Ann, 16, were photographed as they walked to a Brockton, Mass., funeral home. (UPITelephoto) Town mourning Marciano, Brockton Blockbuster BROCKTON, Mass. (AP) -Rocky Marciano, the Brockton Blockbuster, was mourned - today by the people of this city who idolized him. Marciano, who left coal shoveling and ditch digging in his hometown and went on to win the world heavyweight boxing championship, died Sunday niht in a plane crash in an Iowa farmyard. Marciano captured the title in 1952 with a knockout of Jersey Joe Walcott and eventually retired undefeated in 1956. He was killed when a light plane carrying him to his birth Quarry career on his showing OAKLAND (AP)-From talk in the camp of Jerry Quarry, what the young Irishman does at the Oakland Coliseum Arena Wednesday night against Brian London may determine whether he continues his boxing career. Quarry has been talking of retiring since his beating by Joe Frazier. "I don't think he will retire." his trainer, Johnny Flores, said. "But he's gome to take a eood long rest and let his hands get REAL ESTATE SCHOOL AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLASSES NEW CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 9th BROKER'S COURSES COMPLETE PREPARATION FOR STATE EXAMS 322-9122 FOR REAL ESTATE COURSES FOR MANAGERS-OWNERS-BUILDERS INVESTORS DEVELOPERS SUB-DIVIDERS COUNSELORS and OTHERS Approved for Veteran School Benefits REAL ESTATE SCHOOL of RENO 350 CHENEY - RENO, NEVADA Lee for Roy sixth DARLINGTON, S. C. (AP) The success which eluded Lee Roy Yarbrough for most of his nine years on NASCAR's blue ribbon Grand National stock car racing circuit finally has come to the 30-year-old driver. He won his sixth major speed way race of 1969 Monday, bolting past David Pearson on the final lap of the prestigious Southern 500 before a limp crowd of 65,000. Yarbrough now has won stock car racing's so - called triple crown, the Daytona 500, the Charlotte World 600, and the Southern 500 Becoming the first driver to do it in one sea son. A LENGTH In winning the rain-shortened Southern 500 by less than a car length, the Ford driver earned $21,850 to bring his season's total to a record $164,915. lamp OhamD s survivors day celebration crashed in Newton, Iowa. His body was returned here Monday, the day he would have been 46 years old. His professional career started in Holyoke with a three-round knockout over Lee Epperson and ended in New York eight years and 49 undefeated fights later with a ninth-round knockout over Archie Moore. Known as a fighter who didn't know the art of boixng, he'd take as many punches as necessary to land one. "I got lucky tonight because I only got nailed a couple of times," he once told a reporter might depend Wednesday back in shape . . . Jerry's hands bother him all the time and have to be treated with courti- sone." Apparently an attractive offer will be needed to keep Quarry fighting, and to get such an offer he will need to win impressively over the veteran British heavyweight in their 10-rounder. An eight-round semifinal matches heavyweight John Caruso of Palo Alto against Ray Ellis. FREE CATALOG 7 Yarbrough bolts past major speedway win ! He led seven times for 83! laps. Three times last year he hadjtion flags because of wrecks come breathtakingly close to winning big events, finishing a close second to Cale Yar-borough, who went on to $136,- 000 season and four big victo ries. But this time he and 35-year- old Pearson, also in a Ford, staged a furious battle over the rainsoaked Darlington Interna tional Raceway for almost 100 miles, heading for a 7 p.m. cur few announced by race officials after rain delayed the action for 4V2 hours. "That made it a trophy particularly those last 25 or 30 laps," said Yarbrough. "Victo ry would go to the guy who could get out front and stay there. We knew the chips were down. . The winning average speed after a fight in 1952. "But in tough fights, I have headaches for a week or two weeks. Some times I actually hear humming . . and I know that can't be good for me." Then he added: "But I used to have a sore back all the time from shoveling coke at the Brockton Back Gas Works. For this I get paid better." "Inside the ring he was a lion, outside a lamb," was the way Walcott described Marciano. Former champ Sonny Liston said Marciano "was one of the greatest champions there ever was," and deposed champion Cassius Clay told a reporter Marciano was "the only one that would have given me some trouble." Although respected by those who fought him, Marciano's free-swinging, plodding style found little praise with the boxing experts. "However," Marciano "once remarked after his retirement, "20 years from now fight fans will look at my record and know I fought everybody around and never lost a fight. "DELUXE" 3 TS Large selection of colors. 2 coats of infra-red baked enamel. Auto paint includes dewax & degrease, masking of chrome & windows, one year guarantee. The Next Best Thing To A Brand New 1901 "B" ST., SPARKS 358-4261 USE for the 316 miles or 230 laps wasj 105.612 m.p.h. Besides rain, cau- held down the speed, Pearson picked up $12,250 to raise his season's winnings to $150,470. Al Unser drove the double- overhead cam Ford to victory in the 100-mile feature at Du Quoin, 111., in another Labor Dav race. Unser, of Albuquerque, N.M., Californians win overall race titles SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) Californians won six of seven over-all titles Monday, driving Porsches to victory in the feature events, in the wind- up of the 13th annual Great Salt Lake Road Races. Milt Minter of Hermosa Beach, Calif., took the lead in the Southwest Pacific Division Sports Car Clubs of America standings with a victory in the final race. Driving a Porsche 904, he edged Don Pike of Hermosa Beach by half a car length. Pike was in a 906 after beating Minter in the previous race in which both men drove Porsche 911s. Minter now has 44 points to 38 for teammate Alan Johnson. Overall-all finishes in other events: Formula Vee: Dick Hayes, Huntington Beach, Calif. Formula SCCA, Ford: D. R. Monson, Kent, Wash., Brabham. G, H-Prod., DSR, D-Sedan: Jim Bailie, South Gate, Calif., Fiat. 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