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LITTLE SPORT by Rouson CORPUS CHRISTI TIMES, Tues., Aug. 17, -1971 7-B Tuttle PBA Winner by Jordan May Be Out OnePin Cup Bid Mystifies Held man FRANC01SE DURR . . . upset winner (AP Wirepholo) CLEVELAND, Ohio Iff) -Even though Julie Heldman helped the United States win the Wightman'Cup the past two years, she still can't understand why she's on the team instead of three other prominent female'tennis stars -- Billie Jean King, Rosemary Casals and Nancy Richey Gunter. Miss Heldman said Monday that she could only guess that it's because the three have more gripes with the United States Lawn Tennis Association than she does. She said that, she would like for one tennis organization to step forward that would include all classes of female tennis players -- pro, amateur, foreign and domestic -so that the confusion that led the three to decline to participate can end. Practice sessions for the 43rd Wightman Cup competition between the United States and Great Britain begin today at Harold T. Clark Stadium in suburban Cleveland Heights. Competition between the two [^Baseball Standings J American National East Division v Won L«l Pel. Baltimore 72 44 .621 Detroit 65 54 .546 Boston 65 56 .537 Now York eO 61 .496 Washington 49 70 .412 Cleveland 48 73 .397 3 West Division Oakland 78 42 .609 Kansas Clly 63 55 .534 Chicago 57 61 .4~5 California 56 67 .455 Minnesota 54 65 .454 Milwaukee . . . . 51 68 .429 · Monday's Results Boslon 6, California 5 P.iltimore 3, Milwaukee 2 Minnesota 11.- Cleveland 2 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Kansas City (Spllttorff 5-5 and demons 0;C) at New York (Peterson 12-7 and Kokich 7-4), 2 East Division GB Won Lost -- Pittsburgh .;... 72 50 8'/2 St. LouU 67 55 9% Chicago 65 54 14'/2 New York '. 57 60 241/j Philadelphia .. .53 67 26'/2 Montreal 43 71 . West Division -- San Francisco ....72 51 14 Los- Angeles 65 57 21 Atlanta .6 61 23V 2 Houston 60 6V 23'/ 2 Cincinnati 38 65 26'/2 San Dlegp . . « 77 Monday's Results Chicago 3, Atlanta 0 Pittsburgh 8, Houston 3 Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 5 New York 6, Los Angeles 0 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Garnet Houston (Blaslngame 8-9) at Pittsburgh (Walker 5-8), right Pet. .590 .549 .546 .496 .442 .403 .565 .533 .512 .494 .472 .374 18 4V2 9 11 14 26 ^Detroit (Lolich T9-8 and Cain 5-7) at St. Louis' (Reuss 11-12) at Cincinnati Chlcoqo (Jolm 10-12 ond Horlen 6-9), 2, (Nolan 10-12), night v twl-nlghf Chicago (Hands 10-14) ot Atlanta (Reed .California (Messersmith 11-1!) at Bos- 12-S), nlohf ton (Taluni 2-3], night Montreal (McAna'ly 4-9 or Morton 8-14) ^Oakland (Odom 7-8) at -Washington at Son Diego (Arlln 7-14), night (Gogolcwski 2-2), night . Now York (Rycrn 9-10) at Los Annelcs fBaltlmnrn (McNally 14-4) at Milwaukee (Osteen 11-7), night (Poltin 10-13), night Philadelphia (Reynolds 3-4) af Cleveland (Paul 1-3) ot Minnesota Francisco (Bryant 7-9), night (Blylevcn 10-13), night Dixie Association American Assn. Eastern Division Won Lssf pet. GB Indianapolis 74 45 .607 -- Iowa 65 58 .528 9 2 Omaha 39 64 .480 IS 15V2 Evansville 54 68 .443 20 IS Western Division Denver A4 56 -- Oklahoma City .60 61 9'/2 Tulsa 55 65 .474 .478 ,, West Division ·' V Won Lost Pet. Aiparlllo ............. 71 46 .607 '--·lias-Fort Worth ..68 47 .591 AUiuquerque ......... 54 60 Sjjn Antonio ......... 54 59 v Central Division Ac^ansas ............ 66 54 Memphis ............ 56 63 Shreveport ........... 57 66 Birmingham .... ..... 42 79 .347 241/3 East Division Aslicvlllc ........ ' . . . 7 7 39 .664 -Charlotte ............ 76 42 ,*44 2 Montgomery ......... 56 0 .483 71 Jacksonville ...; ..... 52 64 .4*8 25 Sovannoh ............ 51 67 .432 27 Columbus ............ 41 77 .354 M Monday's Retulli Ashcvlllc 9-1, Arkansas 4-3 Columbus 12, Shrevoport 0 "·' Montgomery 3, Birmingham 1 'Memphis 2, Charlotte 1, 11 Innings '.lacksonvllle at Savannah, rain Jbnly pames scheduled international Won Lost Pc». Rocheslcr ............ 74 49 .602 Tidewater ..... · ......... 70 54 .5*5 San GB .550 .471 .463 10'A Wichita ..............56 67 .533 .496 .458 .455 Charleston ............ 66 53 Syracuse ............. 66 56 Richmond .............. 62 61 Louisville ............. 61 63 Tolcrta ................. 49 73 Winnipeg .............. 41 80 Monday's Results Rochester 12-5, Syracuse 3-0 Louisville 5, Charleston 2 · Richmond 7, Tidewater 2 Toledo 3, Winnipeg J Monday's Results Indianapolis 4-3, Oklahoma City 3-1 Evansville 1, Omaha 0 Wichita 7, Iowa 5 Denver 11, Tulsa 8 Pacific League Northern Division won Lost Pet. Tacoma 69 59 .539 Portland 63 64 .496 Spokane M 66 .492 Eugene 57 71 .44$ Southern Division Salt Lake 68 62 .523 Phoenls 47 62 .519 Hawaii .66 64 .508 GB Tucson 62 65 .477 -- Monday's Reiullc 41/2 Salt Loke 9, Phoenix S GB 5% 6 12 .555 6 Tucson 5, Hawaii 2 .541 JVi Eugene 3, Spokane 1 .504 12 Only games scheduled. .492 13'/i .402 24','j .339 32 Eastern League Monday's Results Quebec Clly 3, Manchester 1 Three Rivers 3, Pawlucket 2 Plttslleld 6, Elmlro; 3 Reading 5, Waterbury 4 Now- iaclte brings you up-to-the-minute commodity quotes. Bache is already well known for its comprehensive service to commodity traders irt this area. And now we can serve you still better! : We've just installed an electronic Commodity Quote Board--the very latest, most modern facility of its kind ... in Corpus Christi. It tells you, automatically and at a glance, the opening price--high--low--last sale--and ·· close--for any of forty \videly traded commodities. And it's j u s t another proof that Bache is commodity- · oriented. We're active in every important market, here ;. and a b r o a d . A member of s i x t e e n commodity exchanges. Staffed with people who know what's happening--and where. Stop in soon and take a look at our new Commodity ; Quote Board. Pick up a copy of our latest "Weekly Commodity Digest." See for yourself why so many .commodity traders and hedgcrs do business with Bache. BACHE Co. Incorporated Members: All Lading Exch»ng«s · founded 1»7» 711 No. Cirjncihu* Vaughn Corpm Chrlstl, Tex« 78401 TcJ. 182-6521 · j«rry r. Guilnger, Manager five-member teams then gets under way Saturday with two single matches. , LAKE BLUFF, 111. ffi -Bonnie. Logan, of Durham, .N.C., American Women's Tennis Association champion, won a -. pair of qualifying round matches Monday to move into the t o u r na'm en t flight of $20,000 clay court championship. , Miss Logan, 22, fought off eight match points in the third set to defeat Susan Petuia, Detroit, 6-2, 3-6, 7-5. In a second round match, she was forced into a tie-breaker first set before defeating Wendy Appleby, Palos Verde, Calif., 7-6, 6-3. The four survivors in Tuesday's tournament flight will advance to Thursday's championship round where they will join a group of national and international stars, including Billy Jean King. FORT WORTH (AP) -- Second seeded'Cliff Drysdale of South Africa was pressed into a third set tiebreaker "by Nikola Pilic of Yugoslavia Monday night before advancing to the second round of the $50,000 Colonial National Professional Tennis Championships, 6-4, 26, 7-6. In other first round matches, 20-year-old John Alexander of Australia beat veteran countryman Fred Stolle 3-6. 6-3, 6-2, Owne Davidson of Australia defeated Rob Maud of South Africa 7-3, 7-5, and Ron Holmberg of West Point, N.Y. eliminated Fjew McMillan of South Africa 7-5, 6-3. HAVERFORD, Pa. (AP) -First-seeded Stan Smith of Pasadena, Calif, was upset in a first-round surprise Monday at the 72nd Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Championship at Merion Cricket Club. The U.S. Davis Cup star was beaten by Dick Stockton of Houston, 7-6, 7-6. Third-seeded Onny Parun of New Zealand also was defeated, losing to Turner Howard, an Army man from Knoxviile, Term., 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 after holding match point at 4-3 in the tie breaker game that decidd the third set. Other seeded players were hard prssed to win, including Frank Froehling, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Colin Dibley, Australia; Manuel Orantes, Spain; and Pierre Barthes, France. Vic Seixas, 47-year-old local contender who has won this title seven times, overcame Raul Ratnires, the U.S. junior champion from Mexico 6-4, 67, 6-4. In the women's championship, Elena Subirates, the champion of Mexico, was defeated by Laurie Tenny, a junior player from Los Angeles. 6-3, 6-3. TORONTO (AP) -- "I was slow, soft and consistent," Ffancoise Durr of France said after beating A u s t r a l i a ' s Evonne Goolagong in straight sets 6-4, 6-2 to win the women's singles crown of'the Canadian' Open Tennis Championships. Miss Dun-, seeded fourth, described her victory Monday ove% Miss Goolagong, the top- seeded Wimbledon champion, as "quite a surprise," especially after the Australian jumped away to a 3-1 lead in the opening set. Miss Goolagong had troubles with her 'backhand, normally her strongest shot, throughout the match. In the men's doubles final, Tom Okker of the Netherlands paired with Marty Riessen of Evanston, HI., to defeat Arthur Ashe of Los Angeles and Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., 6-3, 6-3, 6-1. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich, ffl -- In a thrilling wlndup between two old-war-horses of the Professional Bowlers Association, Tommy Tuttle was the winner by one pin Monday night over Carmen Salvino for the $4,000 first-prize in the $37,000 Grand Rapids Open Bowling Tournament. Tuttle, a 40-year-old right- hander from King, N.C., came up to the tenth and final frame of his windup game against Salvino, 37, a ten-time champion from Chicago, needing two strikes and eight pins for victory. The new three. time titlist picked up his first two strikes, then aimed the ball at the head pin hopeful of 'getting the necessary wood., Seven pins fell and then a stubborn three-pin tottered before toppling, giving Tuttle the victory over the tearful Salvino, who hasn't won a championship in three years. The two pros went into the ·42nd .and final game of the three-day event with Tuttle ahead toy 62 pins. 1. Tommy Tuttle, King, N.C., 14-10-0-9,315 2. Carmen Salvino, Chicago, 12-11-1--9,- 3. Dick Baltlsto, Astoria, M.Y., 14-10-0-9,273 4. Skee Foremsky, Houston, Texas, 1311-0-9,214 5. BUI Beach, Sharon, Pa., 11-13-0--9,209 6. Dave Paulln, Terra Haute, Ind., 1410-0--9,199 7. Dave 1 Davis, Miami, Fla., 14-10-0-9,165 iy AAcHugh, Neworic, N.J., 14-10- 9. Don Johnson, Akron, Ohio, 13-11-0-9,111 10. Ernie Schlegel, Newburgh, N'.Y., 915-0--9,082 11. Dan Russell, San Diego, Calif., 13-110--9,079 12. Gar/ Dickinson, Ft. Worth, Texos, 14-10-0--9,077 13. Gus Lamoo, Endlcotl, N.Y., 8-16-0-9,052 T4. curt Schmidt, Ft. Wayne, tnd., 1112-1-8,995 15. Don Helling, St. Louis, Mo., 15-9-0-8,987 16. Don Glover, Bakersfleld, Calif., 1310-1--8,948 17. Rich Bennett, Oweao, N.Y., 13-11-0-8,933 18. Nelson Burton Jr., St. Louis, Mo., 12-12-0--8,923 19. Don McCune, Munsler, Ind., 9-15-0-8,854 20. Berry Asher, Costa Mesa, Calif., 101^.0--8,831 21. Tye Critchlav, Los Angeles, 12-12-0-8,776 22. Mark Roth, Brooklyn, N.Y., 11-13-0-8,761 53. Jim Lewis, Albany, N.Y., 9-15-0--8,636 24. Rich Carrubba, Hayward, Calif., 7- Two Trips to First Complied Frorn Th« Associated Prtjj Le« Roy Jordan, veteran linebacker of the Dallas Cowboys, is a doubtful starter for Friday night's e x h i b i t i o n game with the Cleveland Browns. X-rays revealed Monday that an injury suffered by Jordan in Saturday night's 3631 victory over New Orleans was a fractured non-weight bearing bone just below the knee. A Cowboys spokesman said the injury would not sideline Jordan more than a week, if at all. Better news came on Roger Staubach. Staubach's b r u i s e d ribs showed no breaks. He r worked 4 out. Monday and will be ready Friday night. . . Los Aneeles Rams Coach Tommy Prothro released his former UCLA star quarterback Dennis Dummit, on waivers Monday, a spokesman for the National Football League' team said. Dummit. who holds 15 team records at UCLA, had been sfgned as a free agent. Dummit saw ac" tion for the first time as a Ram in Friday's exhibition game with the Cleveland Browns. He completed one out of seven passes and ran for a touchdown. . . The Houston Oilers "spent today at their training camp in Kerrville getting ready for their Saturday night exhibition game in the Astrodome with the Philadelphia Eagles. Defensive tackle Ron Billingsley suffered a se-. vere Charley horse in the loss to St. Louis last week. He did not work out Monday. The Cleveland Indians shortly will sign a long lease (20 years) to play 30 games annually in the New Orleans Su- perdome starting in 1974, the Cleveland Plain Dealer said in a story for its Tuesday editions, the New Orleans Associated Press bureau reported the same fact last week. Plain Dealer Sports Editor Hal Lebovitz said that although no Indians offical would confirm the agreement, there were s t r o n g indications that the pact would soon be completed and then be subject to American League approval . . . The New Olreans Saints traded quarterback Jim Ward to the Detroit Lions for linebacker Carl Cunningham Monday. Cunningham, a fourth- round draft choice by Denver in 1967, started for three seasons at Denver before going to CINCINNATI UP) -- Cincinnati outfielder George Foster- was so excited about his game-winning single in the ninth inning that he had trouble finding first base. Foster, acquired earlier this year from the San. Francisco Giants, stroked the single off ace St. Louis reliever Frank Linzy and the hit s.cored Tony Perez from second base for a 6-5 Reds victory. "I was so interested in watching the play after I hit the ball that I couldn't remember if I had touched first," said a jubilant Foster. "So I went back to make sure I did." The single gave the Reds · Vi their fifth victory of the sea- f son against the surging Cardi- nals, who lost one game on Eastern Division leading Pittsburgh which drubbed Houston. The hit also completed a comeback in the game that St. Louis starter Steve Carlton had well under control until the eighth inning when Cincinnati erupted for four runs. Perez walked with one out in the ninth and moved to second as John. Bench singled. Not known for his speed, Perez built up momentum as lie rounded third, and executed an excellent slide into home just ahead of outfielder Lou Brock's throw. "I thought Tony's slide was really good," said Cincinnati Manager Sparky Anderson. "I had looked for the worst on the play because that liner gout out there awfully fast to Brock." But Clay Carroll, who had only allowed two runs since the first week in July, yielded a two-out, two-run homer to Joe Hague in tiie ninth to knot the scone 5-5 after the Reds had mounted "a 5-3 margin in the eighth. "Even when we had two out in the ninth, I hadn't given up because in this game you have to get 27 outs and time can't save you," said St. Louis Manager Red S c h o e n d i e n s t . "That's what makes the game great. Besides, Hague has been hitting the ball like hell and he really met that one in the ninth." TRUSTEE'S SALE The Trustee invites offers on the following properties: Brownsville/ Texas Route 2 Operating -100 Beds Harlingen, Texas 4301 Soulh F Street Operating -106 Beds McAllen, Texas 810 Houston Avenue Non-operating - 106 Beds A public hearing will be held on the 23rd day of August, 1971, in the Federal Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma before the Honorable Luther Bohanon at the hour of 10:00 a.m. pursuant to an order of that court of hearing on an application to sell these properties. The Trustee will receive bids at said hearing individually and collectively if the aggregate total of such new bids is at least $1,650,000. The properties heretofore described will be sold at the time of said hearing/ unless a higher and better bid is received at the hearing, and if the Court so orders. TERMS OF THE SALE: Each bidder shall be required to deposit with James R. Tolbert,'HI, Trustee, concurrently with his bid in open court, a certified cashier's check payable to the Trustee in the sum of not less than 10% of the total bid amount. Said funds are to be credited to the purchaser if he is the successful bidder; and if not, the deposit will be returned instanter to the -bidder at the conclusion of the sale. In the event a bid is accepted by the court, the earnest money will be retained by the Trustee for the Debtor companies in the event the successful bidder is unable to complete the sale. For further information send your request on your letterhead to: Four Seasons Nursing Centers of America, Inc. James R. Tolbert 111/ Trustee Att: Mr. Don A. Karchmer 5O Northwest 44th Street Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 7311 8 Telephone: 4O57528-7231 Detroit in a trade last May . . . Bruce Lletzke, University of Houston golfer from Beaumont, fired a 142 and Brady Miller of Orange carded a 143 to qualify in Houston Monday for the U.S. Amateur championship Sept. 1-4 in Wilmington, Del. . . . The New York Yankees brought up lefthanded relief pitcher Terry Ley from their Manchester farm club of the Eastern League Monday . . . Richard Petty, enjoying the greatest season of his auto racing career, is on the threshold of becoming the first driver to win more than $200,000 in a single year. The 34-year-old Plymouth driver from Randleman, N.C. could achieve the feat in Sunday's Talladega 500 at the Alabama International Motor Soeedway. 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