Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on March 31, 1969 · Page 13
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City's Top Fan to Swing at First Pitch Giants-Iridians Inaugurate Stadium Today By FRANK MAESTAS Albuquerque's fan of fans 73 year-old Herman Shulman and the incomparable Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants will share honors Monday, March 31, 1969 B-l this afternoon when the city's new $14 nvllion Albuquerque Sports Stadium b dedicated with an exhibition game between the Giants and Cleveland Indians. The game, originally scheduled for 3 p.m., will start an hour later out of respect for the late President Dwight D. Eisenhower who died Friday. Pregame ceremonies including a memorial service for former President Dwight Eisenhower will start at 3 p.m. Shulman, who has niissi but two professional game since Albuquerque has had a pro baseball team, will stroll to the plate to become the first 'batter" in the new stadium. Later the exhibition game will get underway and the first official batter will be none other than Mays, one of the all-time superstars of tlie game. It is fitting that both Shulman and Mays share the distinction of becoming the first unofficial and official batsmen. Said Albuquerque General Manager Charlie B 1 a n e y , "The guy who built the ball park is the fan and the guy wlio represents the fan is Herman Shulman, so Herman will be the first batter in tne new stadium." Shulman will swine; at a pitch thrown by City Commissioner Chairman Pete Domenici. Frank Schifani. president of the Chamber of Commerce and head of the Albuquerque Dukes the Dodger booster organization will be the catcher while Albuquerque Dodger President Tom Bolack will act as umpire. Members of the stadium committee, headed by II. L. Gailcs will stand behind the mound during this ceremony. Tlie gates will open at 1 p m. with a guided tour of the stadium planned fir 1:30. Tlie stadium is located on Stadium r.'wl., ju t across from the I'NM football stadium. Biaitey said he has sold more than 8i00 tickets, but v i.l sell i-p to t'l.'XK) if that many people show up. The stadium holds t0,."(0. Clancy said those who bought general admission tickets in advance are not guaranteed a seat if the game draws over capacity unless they get to the park early. The box office will open at 8 this morning. Mays, second all-time home run hitter behind Balie Ruth, will swing at an offering by lefthanded fircballing Sam McDowell of the Indians. McDowell has l-en nominated to oppose t h e Giants' Pob Bolin on the mound. McDowell, who struck out 283 men in 29 innings, was 1H last year while Bokn was 10-5 for the Giants. The Giants and Indians arrived in Albuquerque Sunday evening from Phoenix, Ariz., where the two played their final Arizona spring exhibition game. San Francisco won a siugfest. 13-11. San Francisco comes into town leading the National League Western Division with a 17-5 record, which is also the best record in the N'L and second only to Baltimore of the American League's Eastern Division. Cleveland is 12 to for the spring exhibition season whitii puts the Indians third in the AL Eastern Divi.v-.on Jim Palmer Continues Comeback as Orioles Win By The Associated Press l In other Florida exhibitions,' apparently recovered from his Baltimore's Jim P a 1 m e r, Bo.ston nipped Detroit 3-4 in 12 shoulder trouble, started plagued by arm trouble fur the innings. St. Louis s h a d e d agaim Ti?r are Denny past two years, continued his Phi'adclphia 5-3, Atlanta topped McLain. leaving with a 3-1 lead s rong comeback bid Sunday. Los Angeles 4 2, Cincinnati beat af;tr KVtn impressive innings, hurling eight scoreless innings llausion .-4. Washington trim-J Rookie Joe Hague slammed a as the high-Lying OrioJes mcd Kansas City 51, the two-run eighth inning homer off breezed to a 54 exhibition Chicago White Sox took Min-Chris Short, sending the Car-baseball victory over the Pitts-'nesota 6-4 and M o n t r e a 1 dinals past the Phillies. Richie LC kit ' 'K . a "F (m burgh Pirates The 23-year-old right-hander, a 16 World Series hero who spent most of the 17 and 18 York seasons in the minors trying to out. overcome physical problems,! In the Far West. San Fran- limited the Pirates to three cisco ouLsiucced Cleveland 13 singles. Mike Adamson pitched a hiUcss ninth to wran up Baltimore's 17th triumph in 20 San Diego 5-3 and Seattle exhibition games. blanked tlie Angels' B team 2 0. Palmer also poked a sinrtle: Reggie Smith's run-scoring and double while Belanccr eraeked a homer off Pittsburgh Jim Running. defeated Los Angeles' B squadlAt.n drove in aI 0( the rhis 7-- jruns with a single, an infield Tlie New York Yankees New oul an(i a 4jo.foot homer. Mets game was rained IWO UUUMWU 4a-th(, gravcs came from b 11 the Chicago Cubs whipped afJer soott Oakland 8 3. California topped , d on Bi Sudakis, f ; t , M.lt Pappas and Cecil I'pshaw pitched hilless ball over the last seven innings as- the Braves came from behind a 2-0 inning homer. Tony Perez' leadoff homer (Cry 3 '9- v f v 1 1 behind Baltimore and the New York Yankees. Besides Mays, San Francisco Manager Clyde lfcng will start Ron Hunt at second, Bobby Bond in right, Willie McCovey at first. Dick Dictx or Jack Hyatt catching, Dave Marshall in left, Bobby Etheridge at th.rd, Hal Lamer at short and Bolin. Leading off for Cleveland will be Jose Cardenal, cn-terfield, Dave Nelson at short, Rich Scheinblum in right, Tony Horton at first. Jimmy Hall in left, Joe Azcue catching, Zoilo Versalle at third. Jack Heidemann at short and McDowell. The starters arc expected to go at least five innings. M ; ir k frlvIsTon relief t.reerun dou kt.t im I,a A,fil,tU ininrt , 1 , il uk: i-l l.'V vidian in'.uiw; vaniwu me uec.s p;.si iiousion. t;av Dttroit. two run ace Dick Radatz in the c'.irtnr nn dm WnH 5nv thn niH nvnr Boston's Jim Lonbore, "'u" v"- "V "-lu. .with one scoreless inning of relief, running his string of exhibition zeroes to 17 innings. Tim Cullcn's two-run double keyed a four-run first inning burst that propelled Washington to its first victory over another American League Club this spring. Clemente Scores Press for Racism MIAMI, Fla. un Super star I'm faking my Injuries because Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh's I'm Puerto Rican and ")lack. ' $100,000 outfielder who's been! Clemente, 34, injured his right :i-ytwL -v-:rs .... Giants Edge By Cleveland, 13-11 PHOENIX 'tf - The San the Giants ahead to stay. Francisco Giants defeated the Davenport's belt to deep left Cleveland Indians 13-11 Sunday center came after Cleveland in their final Arizona spring reliever Horacio Pina had hit exhibition baseball clash. Ron Hunt and Bobby Bonds. I The wild contest saw a com-jThey were the fifth and sixth bined total of 16 walks, seven batters hit by Pina in the game, .hit batsmen and six errors. The Giants then added four Jimmy Davenport's two-run more runs on singles by Dave I triple in the eighth inning Marshall, Jack Hiatt and Hal sparked a six-run rally and put: Lanier. Celts Win 3rd in Row From 76ers plagued by injuries, said Sun-.. dippe(i to UdV IIIC piTS IS UUttU UII Ullll f j-(,nlt 1 L - I , I wnen ne geis nun oi-i.-au.sf ui H.i(w 3()o hiscolor- i But ' he came niey say MicKey .Mamie s a trainin!, camp at super star lies limping. They: an(J Mjd his hght say jMKir nuiM-y. I )iiy vum four stitches in my feet. They don't say anything about it," Clemente told reporters. CtKIIIWIS t, FH1I.I.IK8 1 i-hiiidfipn . mi 'Hi e:-S 1 J st. I'iuk . y i) c.' J s 2 Short tn(t Sullitan: i.iiun. Wi.;. 7i UK. McCarvfr. Hirm-in (4i. W L shoulder last season, a.id hisi,-61"1' H-wukipttw, auh si. for tll3: lb ,1 111 , since 19")8 o lf A; jrlrt 2110 III f I Ai.n: ... . oto i : id I 9 o I Siwrr. I.nib '. Mikki-.M-n ' r,d Spring Hali-r : P;is. L'pnhiw ill nd V'n:."l Bradenton sudHku,. shiililir . . uilh1 - nvnim a, kuials i J . Kiiitu Citjr w m m i -l 4 1 Then, While attempting a Hcnin. Bositmn ii. Humitirfv tli. diving c?tch of a fly bah, ne.But.cr. ouy 121. DrWo oi. wickfr.- injured his left shoul ler. NEW TFi.VM.MATK: Suwt Lou Johnson, risht. finds a teammate as lie and two of his feliow Cleveland Indians await their dinners at La Placita In Old Town Sunday nisht. Tiie personable Johnson, former Los Anueies Dodder star, found time 1o play with l-year-o!d Tony Barnett. Looking on are players Jose Caixle-nal, middle, and Joe Azcue and hostess Juanita Marguarita Fierro. Little Tony is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett, originally from South Dakota on their w-iy to tlieir new home in San Diego, Calif. (Journal photo by Gary IVdersen) j 4 0 CLEMENTE, who just returned from his home in Puerto Rico where he treated by his personal hum tli aixt Rmtrlctirt, Kirkwtirirk tl) Tvlor (9i. W-Bprtui. L-Butlfr. LAST W EEK, the Pirates white kox iu r....i: . : ! imiiik gave C TWIN 4 ik) (ill nJ4 It 0 ? n ' iiAfSaS until Saturday. I"""-for an injury to nis lett , . . . . .., , .a,.jrT think! nc Pirates team pr-ysiciai 1 m,h,mo .. ZJmmm- 4 0 Dr. Joseph unegold, sa d, "A i-mrii.hmi m m n 1 i, ' . y 1 , : n.rrkri, Owmlw ill W.pmarK I'll pd ne eomes 10 inc 1111 m-ip i;,.tio iKfinnrrtK. shoulder, said the press Teenager Defeats Barbara Jo Rubin Russian leers Deat Canadians For World Title Winning pitcher was Frank Linzy, who relieved starter Joe Costelk) after five innings. The Indians collected 17 hita off three Giant pitchers; the ! Giants got but 10. ! The Giants announced Tito Fuentes has been optioned to Phoenix of the Tacific Coast League. I Tlie Giants must trim two PHILADELPHIA - John more players to mee the 25-Havlicek. Sam Jones and Don player limit. Nelson led Boston to a 125-118 n, m u-.i 11 1 victory over the Philadelphia iriH ... n i hi u m a 7crs Sunday night as thenfUtX Celtics grabbed a 3-0 lead in Hrrbfi ni tun, dwi (. w-their National BasketbaU Assn.jLu"y- Ip,n' Eastern Division semifinal! if it k series. Boston can close out the best- of -7 scries if the Celtics win the next game, scheduled fori Tuesday night in Boston. The score was tied 21 times! before Bailey Howell scored on .1 fast-break lay up and made a free throw to compete a three-point play that g ne the Celtics a 95-92 lead wii'i 23 socoa's remaining in the liurd period. The "fiers never caught up. Boston boosted its load to 112-101 with 5:14 remaining in the game. The 76crs rallied to come within two pouts at 119-117 when Archie Clark look a pass from Billy Cunningham and scored on a driving Ijvup with 1:48 left to play. Clark, however, fouled Jones, who made two jTribe Works This Morning Lobo Baseballers Jo Play at JO;30 S I'm oninit tit toll him tn nn h:irk ri, Connie w Cam,;! ' v ' - L-Co nibs. HR ClncmtiHU, Sohnrlctrr t: Clonii'tifr. C rorri. SUNL.WD PARK (LTD jthe southern New Mexico track An Odessa, Tex., teenager who; on the possibility one of the 10 wasn't even sure she would be. qualifiers would not be there. STOCKHOLM Wi Russia able to ride drove to a three-! She wss entered in the dash: won the world amateur hoekev length victory Sunday in the when Sandy Schleiffors of title for the seventh straight : throws. Again iailing to ? core,, ternoon. Powder Puff Derby. Phoenix did not answer the call year Sunday night, and the Philadelphia fouled Havlicek, The Indians announced Sheila Proctor. 16, made her l the post. l'n.ted Slates tumbled out of thc'ivho dropped in aiofw piirhortly after arriving in Albu- p'' move at the top of the stretch; r.ohhic Prather of Tuiarosa. a group in world cnampionsnip "u " maKe u,querque &unoay nignt that they If you want to see the Cleveland Indians work out today, you'll have to be at the Albuquerque Sports Stadium at 9:30 a.m. Today has been declared a national day of mourning by President Richard Nixon in memory of former-President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who died Friday. And baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn has declared no baseball activity Sam -can be held between the hours free of 1:30 and 4 p.m. this af- The University of New Mexico baseball team, sporting a sparkling 18-2 record, takes on South Dakota State this morning starting at 10:30. This will be the final home game for New Mexico until In I'nortd Kirn. Ann 1 nt fmnn tell Joe Brown, Pittsburgh's imirai7, ' "KK m o" Un Annrlm "n oul m luft t 11 Hillmiihiim. Srnintrt iki, V.,(iMin the foul her horse, Pere came in fifth on Rare Display; competition. jj..-iw iwswn .ma i ap win in liie j's.uiwiencc urune ol Arcadia, nussia wrapped up tne crown to . . - II 31' Mi manager the same atxl Sliibbj i (7ii general thing Clemente, pressing the color instill fnrlhnr snirf '. T nn n OKIOI.KS t. IM'OJ , - , "IPlitubtirnlt (VKI 000 (VKV-0 1 2 Marichel is a better pitcher Bummnr m m-- 1 thnn oH Ifnnfnv u qc Put "l,nm' Jm' '' Hurmi Mil ) dud illtlll IklflllVtT 1IVUIUA nUJl AJ V4 V and guided io n furlong dash. AOted woman want., tinisned sixth aDoard Miss 'again oy oeieating wanaaa w . ov"'u " hui. " iorkf-v Barbara Jo Rubin, who, Tarn: KHrie Romans of AHesia in the final same. That left1" ltlc nrst half, while Jones the! would practice from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. The Giants don't plan to leave their hotel until 1:30 and will "."'w-XoSru-DrT (" ,nd i has racked up wins at Aqueduct! came in fourth riding Dancing and Pimlico, finished aboard Belle of Bar J. Donna Plott. 20, of Lubbock, SsmiullltMi: Pftlincr and Dulrvmnle. w Tav fMinrr Van'q Pncf Hint Koufax got better press because !-- '- ISJ "H i,(lttvk Trvin' Sandy x got b he's not black." fourlhJIinh: Barbara Fletcher of El Paso was eighth riding Flame of Youth; Patti Barton of El RI D SOX I. TIGFK8 S SAN FRANTISfO'S MurirhoLtei1 -- "5 L" ?n(H. I . .... ( ----- ......... ....-.. ohm cm ... VIII Itl tl"' iiW D In i April 11 when it opens Western jj from the Dominican! M(Um' la'il," Kilkenny (8i. i t . i p . i I it r 1 1 mi i:i. hhuhie till ana rrirnar Republic. Koufax, now retired, pm a, viie m umv. jrvi ,n was with the Los play Athletic Conference against Texas El Paso New Mexico leaves f o r Anaheim, Calif., Tuesday to participate in the six-team Anaheim baseball tournament starting Wednesday. 16, of Roswell, finished third aboard Rod Hero. "When I went to the whip my horse really started moving, but Angeles'Si:' ?" n.!u,n.n' t'Tu'",?il!.1,,,-i I didn't know whether we were Dodgers. Noniuup. Binn, pemcfin, 'j going to make it," Miss Proctor Clemente had no hits Sunday j i'ii,ois j. Atii:i s 'b- said. "But I kept asking him in the Pirates SO loss to;,, n:::z; -&ZlWr his best even when we took Daiumore. in it nines at Dai ut. niandun Hrarv tni, and Ha-itne lead. thlc l,n' ynA u;t npy: imimi, Lorue mi mm muriips, uie tiun oi uife, ur. a uctu uiiu nil Paso finished ninth aboard Proven Town Gal; and Claudia Norman of Alamogordo was 10th riding Paso Lu. wound up with 18 points, 10 in the Cleveland workout and the me nnai seven minutes of piay.lgates reopened at 1 p.m. nry; latum, Lcxite (B) and HiibIips, 'nid (7). W-Seuul. L -TalUin. Miss Proctor made the trip to Bunky Henry Wins Miami Golf MIAMI - Young Bunky inaugural tournament was in- until the sixth hole to get his Henry, a former placekickcr for terrupted twice once 15 first hirdic. the Georgia Tech football team,! minutes by a rainstorm as the ionry moved a stroke ahead rallied from five shots back,; leaders passed nine holes and a 0f Murphv plaving two groups shook off the nightmare of a second time by an airline b(,hind lnm m the Florida triple-bogey -eight and won the f mechanics' demonstration on mm( bogeyed the seventh 9-tw,mn; iiim m i.t; ouuiui; in int- uit- tan ii'i'ii. R.H, Blkn, txm Hani Mui'ad, Don Whitt, tJ.tiH.i JiilliW Huroa, H'l.iiSS .... (ictif Mttlfr, Sl.m . , Haiiild Henlililu, SL'.tOO Bnire Drvlm. $2.4im ., CliarlM Ririoid, $1!.W0 . Orvillr MikkIv. 91.725 .. tiary Player, l.7.'l $1.7'.': Dodgers Davis Fractures Arm WEST PALM BEACH. Fla. l.f Los Angeles Dodger Center-' Russia for two periods, holding fielder Willie Davis suffered a the champions to a one-goal hairline fracture of his right j margin, 2-1. But then the arm when he was struck by a; Soviets scored twice within 75 pitch by Atlanta relief hurlcrt seconds in the third period. Claude Raymond. Alexander Maltsov fired the Dr. John Terry of Vera Beach! Puck inlo the Canadian net at General Hospital, who examin- 6:44 of the third period, and aw cd Davis, said the 28-year-old!1'01' Mikhailov added his sec- would be sidelined,0 Sa 01 ine Ra"ie at t.m. thrnn ln.nns tiiH fnr thr ton snot ma('c 26 On 12 Held giais atld not COndliet flnv nrpffamo drillc wilh 8-2 records, but the Sovietjfou throws- Dn Nelson,) The park will be cleared after team had the best over-all goal spread, 59 to 23. Sweden was 45-19 for second and Czechoslo vakia 40-20 for third. The United States lost to Finland 7-3 and wound up with 10 losses in 10 games. That drops the Americans into Group B for next year's international competition while East Germany, winner of Group B this year, moves up into the six-team Group A. Canada made it tough for 8H-72-71-72-2M B7-72-71- I aa , 7M8.7I-71-M W-72-Mi 4.1 ilil 1 ft ill) 1 , 73-7U7i-K-2n.i!outfielder ;I:J;;iJ,from three to four weeks. rr,m ft Ixnn n.i4 rjmil.l., k.wm.f.trl Hn!hv Calf rain and demnnstration-nlacuedi Afi uon...( a v,i -(,.; 1 ., ..... . . ,Mu:pr Hamrr. 1.725 - , . :. ,, ' ' ,, j.viiij aim 111a uai inn , m nntrt flt'Or II II IB a National Airlines Open Golf nalc Douglass, had h!t their; "Sith h aph. ivuin.iin.il. u; s m inP preen, no r a n "This is and TIk1 25-year-old Valdosta, Ga tour rookie shut an up and down final round 70 for a score of 278, 10 under par. Rotund Bob Murphy, blowing a three-shot lend over the field going into the final day, finished with a 76 for 279. He was tied with three others for second with Australian Bruce Crampton. who tied the course record of 1X1; veteran Dan Sikes, who won a new car with a hole in one on the 1 5th for a 68, and Dave Stockton, with a closing 72. The four rtinnersup dozen on strike against National Airlines leaped onto the green with placards and started yelling and waving their arms, A small cordon of Dade County police moved in to remove the demonstrators but one of them, claiming he was injured, staged a sitdown strike in the middle of the green for about 10 minutes. Play then resumed over the 7027-yard par 72 Country Club of Miami Course. Henry, a boyish-looking i banker's son nut on a (.sensational surge at the start of'11,r' Henry was enjoying a three- stroke lead when ho came the par five 539-yard 13th where a small lake beckoned at the right and two large traps at the left. Henry, playing safe, hit a two SpCC-j. lack Mi'tiownn. M.M ... riF mam, i,.nt' . , . Huwdl Kia.iM, I.Ji;j .... 1 mniiiy Aaron. $l.:n2 .. . HiM'l tiiMMii'. S!.:iW to i r-'ritnk nnyninn, $ui,i . . Dirk Hart. Jl.w l.nirlc HamniiM', ll.n.17 . . Muli'nlni OroKSim, $1,11.17 Rod KutiMf ill, $1.(07 (lav Brewer, l,n:i7 nirk Rliynn, M.0H7 Hale liwm. $1.03? Ken 81 111, l.ai7 Hob Charlra, r:M pretty rough on the club," said tmion mi i'ii Murphv bogeyed the 71st hole: 'np ""V s P n.V, nirdying live 01 n,. m ;.no . to fall out of a tie with Henry f'rst six holes. He sank, ".uir ! who Ivid iimt btiL'eved the 13th PUttS of 14, 30 and 12 feet on thOjimve smrktm. u.w who luifl jusi ml,pyta int win.L .ri.JW.'ii"' l ion uoi) 1 1 rcu an iron to wunin "" " '"" iimtrii Mim. J7.m 12 feet of the cup on the Hnnlja par on the short fourth rnn hole but the mitt for a possible birdie putts of 3'i and is feet. y this time ne was Dreaming down the neck of the swcnt'.ng, 217-pound Murphy who waited inch tie and $-10,000 veered an wide. The last day of this $200,000 iron oit tne tee to evane tne Howie j,hiwm, ?m water but sliced his second into pr$ . the lake. Laying out with a 'per. penalty stroke, he banged nis vm Heard. -mw . fourth over the green into XTO'w, " another water hole. "nw i'iiwiernid, $mo Now hitting his sixth, he Ji.fVS:. !!!' ehipied the ball to the preen 20 Jn- Ji;In','f f feet from the cup and two-ide.Mue'ArciieV.' . forn horrendous eight. ' Hull Hiv.hi., ... ii::t s'.7:U(i 7lt-.;7ll1,1miv WrlK,; Vi,;i '-liir'Hi Di.r -tfl'. $.1(1.1 7II-H-I I-7J !l 7'Mi" 72 i'l' l,M Vtl-7'-iH i'V' t; iiu.7ll.71. m on 71-72 H.tili!l.7 tW-7J-Hi.72 -W 7l.7.7'2TJ -IH iiH!l.71.n-2fl; , H-71-7t)-7' a;t.s ' 7:1 -i-T.i-vi Willie 71.2-, J.ll -:'H T1...),r tt't(., All.,., 7i.7()-i;4-74--:ni, I'i'ii,; i iticiiuif;v' iwiaii nuu'ii, mill'' 1i "!!( 'Itrp a sPr'MR R;ime , -yi-7fii-i ivit h tlie Braves. "He might just '.70.7-wjim! a-s wll not have come to spring 7ii-72.7:,-Hiu..2niv training, since he'll have to mtlw-virj!!?! start all over again when he's '"able to play, Even then, it'll 71 K7.7 '4.75-2117 i take him six weeks to get 7Mi-M-75-2ll7l fi'i-7S-70-7t 2im . i e!i-o-74-7s ann ii-7:.7-7J-2iitl ....... 7n-74 72-72 JHH 74-71 7:t-V0 JIK 71-74-71-7.1 2M BH-73-7H-7-2 ?H . .... 7H-72-7I-7S M'l 71 74-71-7:1 -? tl MARTINSVILLE, Va. W Ti tMan-jiiii Jerry Cook of Rome, N.Y.. held Twin:,!'' n,,b SfU,los f Mill's. Mass. 70.74-77 tM-awi ill the lale stanes of the raer New Yorker Takes $2S,325 Dogwood 2'i 3 ABA Standings liH'tern llWMnn W' n 1 ott IM. Behind xllidiiiiia 14 III ,5?1 M.alm II !l.t ,'i:i!l Krnliirky 4(1 35 ,5.i MmwMR M 41 ,4i New York . 17 Ml .224 Weilern Division xOakland M W ,73 Ne Orleans :t M Denver 41 :i4 A Dallas 40 35 .5:13 ton Auxelri 3.1 4.1 .4.14 Hmnlon ... -2 54 .29 x-Cllnched division title. Nunriny'a Itevullii Krm Orleans lil. Lf Annelfl 111 Oakland 119. Kenturkv 11 Miami IX. Mttmrsiita Hit 13' i If'1 17' i 25 Jtt NHL Standings C(".:ir Snmidii Tiiinnn- Hull. tleiie l-enell. inillale ntmlar., $ii.4(1 l.ltinei iienen. Deane IV'ttmn, $ 433 Terrv Pill, $3,433 .. Terry Wlli'n. . Pirn Jannarv, S.Kltf . , Tuny .laeklin. 3 BH.1 Arnold Painter, :t,flR3 1ii3 S'lli'l $.'ti.i -i'tijll"!! Hinnt.m. $lij - '' Marly Plrrkman. $: I. airy Hlnriut. 3(iJ Ilium Knitl, SM , . jTmn Hliaw. SUM . Have Raitttii, 3I'..1 1 73.7n-7l-Jit3 ,1 Im Oram, wtia . T'7H 7n 71-'33lriilen Mnlrtiw, $.311.1 71 7'. 7' l 73 7 7' 7li ,2 :i -3.7h 7h ;tt-7i. 7 1 li'l V I 7.-1-77 72 74 73 7 I lit 7K-73 73 T! 7 1- 7(1 71 7(1 74-7J 7$ 7l.;2-73 r$ 7 1-7:1-7 . 7- 2'Ki 7.1 73 75 7(1- M'ltitrenl . : tin:. I, ii i Ne York 'T'lfimtn and won the $.'n.:!25 Dogwood !"!, ,t!i) NASCAR nnlio'inl eham- i-M.pionship modified race. 'M j,m n. Cook, driving a modified in:t: $$Xm ;!,'!' Chevrolet, finished a quarter of XVa""' w,a an in tront ot nui os i i.h i-.tii.buwh modified Chevrolet to take $:!2,'I4 71 -71-73. 77- 7li.73.77.7B-74-711.77 nil- r nwiui-siiiniro Mnimw, $:ih.i 711 .a -.n " -;iii ...:,, i,.- l73tt.7il-2H.Illiibliy Mtlfliell, $.1iil W-W-ll) W-JWlCaUUOn "JRS. i'JJiin the wild raco that was slowed mi for a total of 102 hips by 16 Final Btandta l.uil DivM.ni W 1. T Pla. fir OA . 4.1 iii ii i :vi 2n.' 42 1$ Hi K'll 31 'I 221 41 2D 3! 211 rw 33 2i; 13 214 217 . , xt ii 12 ; m'i .vi 31 13 9 77 2 Hi We 111(1,3 n .17 2.3 I I M 2111 137 2'l II (i'l 21 'I 2,1 1 . 2(1 33 21 HI 174 225 .... 21 42 10 3 1H" ?Wi ... . .... IH 43 1.1 31 m 27ti . 2 13 11 51 lit!) 232 iindi.t K'Milli llratilur Seimin K ndn Rixlnn . M.mlreal 3 New S'nrlt 4. Tnrntilo 0 nnuiKii i. netm.t 3 VmMiiir.'li 3. I'lilUdelftila 1 Mlnnemt 3, L" AtweKs 3, til DR. BARBEE'S HEALTH COLUMN by Dr. Norberi C. Barbee Chiropractor HEALTH FAILS AT FORTY lnn?h?"f " Vy aUi;yct!VP but troubled mother came into th(! office after reading these health columns. Discouraged, depressed and somewhat despondent, she said, "Thev sav life begins at forty, I'm forty and I'm sick. I have evere headaches, I have terrible aches in my neck, left shoulder and down my arm, and sharp pains in mv chest that cuts my breath off. I feci a burnimr u.inLoti,. 1 ,j , ft i ii l '"-"""'"ii urmiTti my siiuuiuers ana every LAV''1' ' I "wning my eyes are swollen. In fact, I I VfJ hurt a11 over- My jints are stiff and my legs and feet swell so I can hardly get around. And, ur. Barbee, what makes me feel tired all the time?" After hearing such a list of woes wt had to admit that, for her, life certainly had not bonun at forty. She appeared, instead, to have begun to disintegrate! Put this was not all of her troubles. She was suffering frequent heart palpitations, dizziness, indigestion and constp.ttion. Severe nervous exhaustion and painful nu-nstrual periods that often put her to bed helped to make her life more miserable. She had previously been diagnosed as having female trouble, phlebitis, asthma, hay fever and sinusitis and she had previously suffered a nervous break-down. A careful analysis of her spine explained her miserv, We found numerous nerve disturbances interferring with her normal bodily functions. It was no wonder that h suffered so. X-rays enabled us to properly re-align her badly distorted spine. Once the pressures were removed from her chocked nerve trunks, Nature began to restore normal function. Within two short months her miserable life wa made happy again. When she was dismissed, she gratefully acknowledged, "Dr, Barbee, how can I ever thank you enough. I have felt better the past month than 1 have ever felt. You've done more for me than nil the other doeters put together. I might not have regained my health it I h.id i't read your article". HesulH speak fur themselves, Arnamg results and mil! .'lis of crateful. satisfied patients have made Chiropractic the largest, drugless healing art. Wise readers are investigating scientific Chiropractic as this grateful patient did. You have nothing to lose except your ill health. Why not try to lose it? (One nf a aerlea of irtleled rtlblllt'1 In fit putiUe lnleret til akplam nml IIHiMtiite the prit.-iice of nclenllftc Ctnrniiruitie, written hy It. Ni.rlieit l'. Rirhe, ltoM otflc In Uwatad at 2U ilnil Wvd , Nt. Uluplion 344-63831, Advartlneinout

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