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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 24

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Page 24 Alloona Mirror, Monday, June 2], 1HI Local: Lions, Olszewski Tied for Lead in Teener Major STANDINGS American Division W Police 13 Bellwood a Beasley Ford 7 Folcarelli 6 Furrer Beverage 5 Marhoefer Bakery 3 National Division Lions 8 4 Olszewski Associates. 8 Dairy Queen 7 Maltory Insurance..... 2 Central Counties 2 10 Mid-State Bank 0 11 Lions and Olszewski Associates remained deadlocked for the 4 top position in the National 6 Division of the Juniata VFW 9 Teener Major League. The Lions, surviving a late surge by Dairy Queen, notched a 7-5 triumph. nturd.,. me DON'T BE A § LIGHTWEIGHT WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR OWN HAIR. CALL YOUR NEW ERA CONSULTANT TODAY ON A WINNING FORMULA FOR HAIR LOSS OR BALDING. inloimation is available and \ Methods Deceased as a public se Available > Budget Units Available CALL NOW! (Atravel 5 lime Manorial Champion R Eipiep silo MI irie (oim and looks o! a Iru champion. RotJBi joins ifta New Era tarn «s Th« Worrd Record Holder tn the Middle Heavy WetoM DUItWrv (Bela«) PfCfliesti pholosol Bio-Membiarie. Johatlown OJlic* Pittsburgh Cllict Columbus OMIce Youngs town 01 lie* College Pk Pi* .Soils 103 FuMon Biflg . Suiie l301 Im penal Toners, Suile 110 12 Board man Pound fld Tfieane D/ive 10? Sitlti Stieel '3Q7 Evansfiaoti D/tve Suiie 200 Jon nsio-on. PA 1590* PitiiC J'Oh. PA 15222 Columbus. Ohio 43229 Youngstow 1 - Ohio 44512 (814)266-9761. (412)765-2232 (614)885-5785 (216)726-8128 and had runners at second and third, In came Tom Smith for the Lions, who retired the next two baiters to save it (or Joe Diehlek. ^ • Bieniek and Jetf Knoll each had 2. hits for the winners. Bienlex also drove In 2 runs. Olszewski scored at least 2 runs in all but one inning in roaring to a 20-3 win over Folcarelli. Tom Stetter. Mark Wilson, Mark Jameson, Mike Bookhammer and Mark Shay each collected 2 nils for the winners. In a game that featured 33 runs, Mallory Insurance outlasted Central Counties Bank, 17-16. Bryan Nearhoof had 3 hits for the winners and teammate. Jack Houseman drove in 3 nms. Ken Hatch bagged 3 safeties for Central Counties and chased home 4 runs. Mallory Insurance — Hancock p-2b 421, Nearhoof c-p 433, Pritchard 2b-c 231, Deichert ss 231, Houseman 3b 422, Tantlus Ib 321, Bush cf 320, Hazallet It 400, Guyer rf 401. Tolais — 39-17-10. ' . . Central Counties Bank — Rhine ss-p Ml, Ickes cf 442, Leonard c 511, Helsel 3b-p-ss 332, Buckreis p-lb 420, Hatch lb-rf-2b 533, Relsmeler 2b-3b 420, Triforo If 301, Pellegrlno rl-2b 100, Aungst 2b 301. Totals -31-16-11. Mallory 700 532 0 17-10-1 Central 550 0105 16-11-5 3B-Nearhoof, Leonard, Triforo. SO-Rhine 7, Nearhoof 1. BB-Rhlne 11, Buckreis 4, Nearhoof 3. WP-Nearhoot. LP- Rhine. RBI-Houseman 3. Prllchard 2, Tanllus, Guyer 3, Hazallett, Hatch 4, Triforo, Helsel 3, Leonard, Buckreis, Aungst. Dairy Queen —- Umstead cf 311, young cf 101, Sauserman 2b 4)1, Yankovich p202. Courtot rl 300, Treese rf 000, DeStelano 3b 300, Ellis Ib 210, Maloney ss 210, Wagner c 111, Brady c 000, Baum If 200, Fisher II 000. Totals — 23-5-6. Lions — Stout ss 311, Smith p- ss 111, Bienlek Ib—p 312, Cheslock c 210, Knott 3b 312, Trexler to. 311. Church 2b 000, Conrad cf 300, Bane cf 000, Pendleton rf 311, Llvermore rf 000, Miller If 000. Fredrick dh-lf 200. Totals — 23-7-8. Dairy 000 0005 5-6-5 Lions 004 003 x 7-8-3 2B-Knott. 3B-Bienlek. SO- Bienlek 3. BB-Bleniek 5. WP- Bieniek. LP-YanHovich. LOB- Dairy. Queen 6. Lions 6. . Olszewski Associates - Stetter c 342. Wilson If 522, Jameson p 452, Lane Ib-p 331, Booliharrfmer 2b 212, Shay ct 512, Vicars 3b 510, Paul ss 300, Koehlerf 311, Marasco 2b 200, Holland Ib 110, Cummlngs rf 2H. Totals - 38-20-13. .Folcarelli - Santonl 2b 220, Conrad Ib-ss 310, Brown 3b 401, Partner c 100, Riley cf 302, Mallory ll-3b 200, Folcarelli lb- p 100, Hurllman cf-lf 200, Russell p4b-lb 301. M. Partner rf 100. Totals — 22-3-4. OlsZewsXI.. 343 323 0 20-13-2 Folcarelli... 120 000 0 -3-4-8 2B-DroH'n, Sleuer, Wilson. SO-Jarneson 9, Russell 2. BB- Jameson 12, Russell 7. WP- Jameson. Lp-Russell. LOB- Folcarelll 12. Olszewski 4. RBI- Brown 2. Teener Minor CiOODWYEAR 1213-16th St., Downtown Altoona JMn m mk 1 .^^^H^^^^ TIEMtPO T.RE EXTRA Sale Days... JUNE 26- JULYS EXTRA Savings... up to«33 on set of 4 EXTRA Special... Sizes Fit MostU.S.& Import Cars RADIUS . 10 000 BITING EDGES for year Don't Wait- Sale Ends July 5! '""""just Say 'Charge It' PROLONG TIRE LIFE, BOOST MPG FRONT-END ALIGNMENT $1 '1788 • insoecl all (out lues * Set casl&r. camber, and loe io oroper alignment * Inspect suspension and steering systems • Most U S ca^s. some imporis MAINTAIN STOPPING DISTANCE BRAKE SERV1CE-YOUR CHOICE $7988 1 WHEEL FRONT IWSC: UiTdirw tn iWKItt CRUV: CuMii'Tl'/i b.<rl it 4 ntlt 1 • hliic rrwl tn>ll til 1 ! • llll^i:< tr,f\-f tjict fn=l l< irrf]l • Tux a *!(»*< l)Vt* • VI Tif I • V ill U S tlr|, ft\\ ti:i:t, Ir/ttl.VW Ut^K^^^HKM^KKaima 26 50 GET A LUCKY STREAK GOING WITH THESE LOW NUMBERS ON POWER STREAK Drive It With Confidence • STRENGTH and resilience ol polyesler'cord • PERFORMANCE dependability oi bias-ply tonsliuclion • TRACTION with plenty of road-gripping tread edges • NO FLATS POTTING...even whenlirsl slatting out ki ora-13 E7B-H ^78-14 , G1&-W BOO IS F?a-ii GJB-15 HIB-15 "«Bl"' 1900 3400 3700 3300 34,50 3 800 40.25 42,f.Q wwirfftut nti S310O * 37.00 (40.15 14t.2i 137.75 14K2J (4345 Hi 10 r*iin, "if •1170 H32 J223 208 1 71 2 31 3.4ft 7 6S Just Say f . Our Own charge Plan Charge It . V |SA •MasterCard GOOD/YEAR Out tront.^PuIling away. TIRE & AUTO SERVICE 1213 16th St., Downtown 946-5459 Hin ywr ear MnleM "MH you tiny, mi l«r m ipfuliilimnl to•••• STANDINGS American Division W Perkins Pancake; ...... 10 Letter Carriers.. ...... .. 8 McMahon-RUchey ..... 4 Orr's Lumber ............ 4 Crescenl Brick .......... 2 National Division Piper's Auto..- .......... 10 Bellwood.... ........... .... 7 Gosnell Brothers ....... 5 Thompson Pharmacy. 2 The Wood Stove ......... 2 Trpnpr Primipr Gamp Z^lgler rl 210, VAillroul cf 300, i cener rrimier oame Gus5mer p , 10 , FoMmt , p 100 . Kwik Shopper blanked. Dairy Totals — 28-6-7. Queen, 3-0'in the junlala VFW Claysburg — ; Ayers cl 300, C, Teener Major League's pre- RUcUey 2b 400, Smith c 311, G. mier game Saturday at Vels RKchey p-lb301, Hall ss412. D. Field. - ' Mauk 3b'321. Claar-rf 321, Faur pitchers, Tim Kovac Keagy II 413, P. M^uk.lb 101, (winner), Rich Shawley. Bobby Decker p 000. tolals 28-7-10. Walters and John Beaver, lim- Berlin 100 041 0 , 6-7-0' ited Dairy Queen to 2 hits. Claysburg.. OiO 321 x '- 7-10-3 Beaver had 2 hits for the 2B-Czokat, Hall, SO-Gusslner winners while Mike Snow- 3; Fochlmer 3, Ritchey 5, berger and Mark Trexler each Decker 4. BB-Gusslner 5, chased home a tally. Fochlmer 2, Ritchey 1, Decker Kwik Shopper — Trexler ss 4, wp-Decker. LP-Fochtrrier, 301, Tomlinson If 401, Wallers RBI-Smith, Hall, Keagy 3,; P, cl-p 311, Beaver Ib-p 302, Snow- Mauk. Paul 2, Boj'er, Kenner, berger c 200. Shawtey 3b-p 211, czokat. Franco rf 300. Mirerida 2b 300, Kovac p JOO. Bilger 3b 210. Totals - 26-3-6. Dairy Queen — Baum p-3b 300, Sauserman 2b.-p.ZQQ, Yankovich c 210, Ellis lb 200, Courtot p 201. Maloney ss 300, Umstead cl 300. Brady rf 200, Fisher If 100, Crabtree 2b 100, Young 3b 100, Treese it 00, Conners If 000. Totals — 22-0-2. Kwik 000 200 1 3-6-0 Dairy 000 000 0 0-2-4 2B-Trexler. Courtot. SAC. FLY-Snowberger. WP-Kovac. l.P-Courtot. RBl-Snowberger, Trexler. Little League -- Altooiia STANDINGS National Division Teener Stars W Automotive... ............ - 16 Caporusclo ................ 12 Kabello ..................... 6 Drenning ................... ••' 6 L.S'. Fiore ................. , 4 • American Division Alloona Kiwanis ....... . 12 Frohsinn ................... 13 Concordia ................. 10 1..G. Potato Chips ...... 8 Ziebart ..................... 1- . Piper's Auto Body, National Division leader, blllzed Crescent Brick, 23-7 Saturday in the Juniata VFW Teener Minor League. Piper's, which boosted its record to, 10-1, scored 12 runs in the filtn frame. In other action Saturday, Orr's Lumber defeated the Letter Carriers, 10-8. Scott Aungst paced Orr's with 3 hits, including a homer, and 3 runs balled in. The Letter Carriers' Tucker Ferguson bagged a double, Iri- pJe and homer. He knocked in 3 runs. Piper's....012 0(11)53 23-9-x Crescent.. 020 031 1 7-10-x Batteries: Guildea, Roberts, Simpson and Lilzinger, Guildea; Kane, Kirscb and Zlupko. 2B-Sirnpson, Auerbeck. Bordell. Kane, McClellan. 3B- Lilzinger. Orr's 250 120 0 10-S-l Letter 101 131 i 8/1-3 Batteries: Tim Fog]e, Scott Aungsi (6) and Wagner; Kevin Snyder, Pat Probst (5) and Donnie McMullen. RBI-Aungst 3, Schultz, Wagner (0). Ferguson 3, McMullen, Raugh (LC). 2B-Wagner (0). McMullen, Ferguson (LC). 3B- Bell (0). HcMullen, Ferguson. HR-Aungst, Ferguson. SO- Aungst 1,Snyder 7. BB-Fogle5. Snyder 2, Prosser 2. The American Division, behind a strong hitting .,,„„,._„„performance, defeated Ihe Na- Little League, tional Division 12-7 in the Juniata VFW Teener Minor League All-Slate game Sunday. The game was played at Eldorado Field. The winners were paed by Todd Dosh's (our hits, including two doubles and a home run. Frohsinn and Drenning won big Saturday in the Altoona . , Frohsinn banged out 14 hits en route Id a 12-1 triumph over Ziebart. Rapping out 13 sale- lies, Drenning thumped Caporuscio Home Improvement, 13-4. FrcJisinn.... 452 100 12-14-x Ziebart ...... 000 001 1-2-x American... 351 201 0 12-10-x National.... 001 203 1 7-5-x Baueries — Dosh, Sheetz, Ferguson, Aungst, Parrish and McMullen, Wagner < American). West, Turnbaugh, Dosh 2, Larson. 3B — Chadbourne. HR — Dosh. Claysburg Legion Doug West had two hits Tor .„ B f " ies: R ! ch '= . stl i n .B ll!r ' th, National Division. ^SSSl^aS,^ and John Thornbcrry. 2TJ-Paul Keller, Shingler (F). SB-Chris Fusco, Dave Bcrkheimer, Dave Heed (F). SO-Fusco 2, Shingler 2, Lewis 4, Rhpa 1. BB-Fusco I, Wagner, "BTad'fielV and° Lllil Shin 8 ler 5 . Lewls =• Rhoa 3 -. inger, Woodrlng. 2B - Aungst, Drenning... 06< 300 13-13-x ...... ™ ^-, caporuscio. 120 001 4-7-x Batteries: Dave Hall and Tim Carver; Tom Foose, Todd Giarth and Glarlh, Tom Andros. 2B-Scott Hench (D),.Bill CLAYSBVRG — Vlnce Hall drove in the winning run in the seventh Sunday, enabling Claysburg to slip past Berlin, 7-6 in the Cambria-Somerset American Legion League. Hall singled In Monte Smllh, who singled and staled second. Brian Keagy collected 3 of Claysburg's 10 hits and drove in 3 runs. Hall had 2 safeties, including a Iwo-bagger. Eddie Decker, who pitched fte final 2ft innings for Claysburg, was the winning pitcher. Berlin — Paul 2b 423, Kenner . Geisi Bill Birely (C). 3B-Geis, Giarth (C). SO-Hall 5, Foose 4, Giarth 5. BB-!Iall 7, Foose 5, Giarlh I. Schwlnn and'Ross Bicycles PlusBMX AT II 411, Czokat ss 311, Boyer lb 300, Stilfey 3b 301, Walker c 400, • On the , • NB\V 6th Avenue Road *• Next Io Blair Honda • J TelephoriB 943-5259 •: ••••••••••••••* Mileagemaker™ Wheel Balancing 4 for 517 •Mag and aluminum wheels slightly higher. Lube and Oil Change Special 5.88** •'Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Save $ 23to *29 on four poly tires. The Mlleagemaker" II passenger fire has a full 4-ply polyester body. Blackwall. Whilewall $3 extra per tire. Car Stereo Sale. Sale 79.99 Reg. 99.99. AM/FM car stereo with 8-track. pliytr h» illdi bir bind Ml*ctor,<ln*tun»rt, LED ittr»o «nd Upt Indicator! and ill htrdwtr*. Tire size A7S-13 B7S-13 E78-14 H78-14 H78-15 Reg. 128 •36 '38 144 >48 Sale' 22.25 '29.75 31.75 36.75 40.75 •Plus led. tax trom 1.48 to 2.96 each tiro. Shock Sale. Save $ 10 pr Rtg. 15.99 SalB, 10.99*i.V«n and (ruck thocki tiav*GO% ra or* fluid •nd35%blgsarwork Pennzoil 10-30W Motor Oil 83* q t. _l_ Save. Sale 34.99 Reg. 42.99. Quartz- halogen auxiliary light hits. In driving clear or fog amber. Includes all hardware. kit. JCPanney Auto Center Pledge • Wa will Siva you an estimate for repairs and the aclualpilcowlll not •xcaid It without your pErmhulon. > Additional service work will not b> performed without your authorization. • We will return, or you in&y Inspect all replaced part*. • Over 450 Auto Centers Nationwide to sfltye you, FULL 90 DAY or 3,000 MILE WARRANTY. JCPenney will repair or replace any automotive product which we Inilall, or perform any automotive service wiilcn Is no! covered by a spacltlc . . warranly, and which la defective In milerlal or workmanship, within lh« llftl SO days or.3,000 miles, whichever occure first. Juil return your automobile to any JCPenney Auto Canter along with your automotive ealei slip. * I9BO JCPrnrw Co, l JCPenney Auto Center We won't steer you wrong. Lofltn Vtllty Mill, Altoon >. Auto C«nt«r Optfl » A.M. to 9 P.M, Monday Ihrouflh Saturday. 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