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A's Down, 2-0 O's Playing Their Game OAKLAND (AP) - "When we're playing our kind of baseball, ain't nobody gonna beat us," says Baltimore first baseman Boog Powell. Powell, playing his kind of baseball—which is power hitting—despite a sore right wrist and hand, slammed two home runs Monday as the Orioles beat Oakland 5-1 in Baltimore. The A's were down to their last chance today in the American League playoffs. Mike Cuellar The Orioles' eighth victory in as many AL playoff games over three years gave them a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five series which moved here for the third game today. Stopper Role With Oakland's two 20-game winners—Vida Blue and Jim "Catfish" Hunter—beaten, the role of stopper was assigned to 10-game winner Diego Segui. Baltimore Manager Earl Weaver countered with Jim Palmer, one of his four 20-game winners. "We want to get it over with if we can," Weaver said Monday but added that he wasn't counting on a sweep. Williama admitted that he had said, after the A's had clinched in the AL West, that the Orioles wouldn't win in three straight, but he pointed out: "You haven't heard me say it the last two days." Powell almost did not make the second game because of a reinjured right hand, which was hit by a pitch late in the season and strained while sliding in Sunday's game. Tried to Bunt In fact, the 260-pound slugger who had given left-hander Mike Cuellar a 2-0 lead with a home run in the third inning, tried to ount before he hit his clinching, two-run homer in the eighth. "Earl told me if you can't swing the bat, lay one down,' said Powell, who said he couldn't grip the bat well. The left-handed slugger fouled off a bunt attempt before homering to right-center field. "Even though his hands hurt he looks like 900 pounds up there, and he can hit," ?aid Hunter, who also yielded homers to Brooks Robinson and Ellie Hendricks. The 34-year-old Cuellar gave up .leadoff doubles in the second and sixth innings and a leadoff single in the third but the A's couldn't cash in. Oakland's only run came in the fourth on Sal Bando's double and Dave Duncan's single. Cuellar helped himself in the fifth when he picked the speedy Bert Campaneris off first base following a one-out single and he might have been helped by Tommy Davis' surprise sacrifice in the sixth. It surprised Williams, too. With Jackson on second with a leadoff double, Davis, the cleanup hitter, gave himself up with a bunt that moved Jackson to third. But Jackson was stranded when Bando grounded out and Angel Mangual flied out. Buffs Up to Fifth Buskers On Page 7 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, October 5, 1971 The Top Twenty teams, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records and total points. Points tabulated on basis of 2018-16-14-12-10-9-8-7, etc. See Him Swing 'I would have preferred to see him swing, but he was just trying to do his job," Williams said in explaining that Davis had sacrificed on his own. "He was trying to make sure of getting that runner over." OAKLAND BALTIMORE abr hbi Campnrls ss 4010 Buford If Rudl If 3000 Blair cf abrhbl 3000 0000 RJackson rf 4010 DJohnson 2b 3 1 0 0 TDavIs 1b 3010 JPowell Ib 4223 Bando 3b Mangual cf Duncan c DGreen 2b Hunter p 4110 FRoblnsn rf 4000 4000 Reflenmd cf 4 o 1 o 3011 BRoblnsn 3b 3 1 1 1 3010 Hendrcks c 3 1 2 1 3000 Belanger ss 3000 Cuellar p 3010 Total 31 1 6 1 Total 30 5 7 5 Oakland 000 100000— 1 Baltimore oil 0 0 0 1 S x — 5 LOB—Oakland 5, T.Davis, Bando, B.Robinson (1), Baltimore 3. R.Jackson. J.Powell 2 28- HR— (2), Hendricks (1). S-T.Davis. IP H R ER BBSO 8 75526 9 61112 Hunter (L.0-1) Cuellar (W,l-o) T—2:03. A—35,003. Billie Jean First To Pass $100,000 1. Neb. (43) 2. Mich. (5) 3. Texas (3) 4. Auburn (2) 5. Colo. (2) 6. Alabama 7. Notre Dame 8. Okla. 9. Penn St. 10. Georgia 11. Wash. 12. Ariz. St. 13. Tenn. 14. Duke 15. Ohio St. 16. LSU 17. Arkansas 18. No. Caro. 19. Stanford 20. Toledo DROPPED SOMETHING FELLA! — An unidentified Hutchinson defender tackled Pratt's Warders with such authority that the Pratt back dropped the ball. The Hutch- inson High sophomores walloped Pratt, 54-0, Monday night for their fourth victory against only one defeat. Win Going Away Raiders Make Use Of Browns' Fizzle First downs 20 Raiders Browns Rushes-yards 27-168 20 43-156 Passing yardage 160 178 Return yardage 248 117 Passes 11-21-1 15-25-2 Punts . 4-41 3-40 1 1 82 Fumbles lost Yards penalized 80 CLEVELAND (AP) Fourth-quarter fizzle, a disease which killed the Cleveland Browns in many games last season, cropped up again Monday night when the Oakland Raiders scored 24 points for a going-away 34-20 victory. "We couldn't stop them and then the game, got out of hand," said Browns' Coach television audience and a stadium crowd of 84,285, left the Raiders and Browns with identical 2-1 records. The Raiders share the American Football Conference's West Division lead with Kansas City and the Browns are tied with Pittsburgh in the Central Division. Two Interceptions Two interceptions played Cleveland drove to the Raiders' 27, 20, and six yard lines in the second half as they continued to dominate play, but had only field goals of 27 and 14 yards by Don Cockroft to show for it. The Raiders then took over in he fourth quarter, with Marv aJHubbard, who gained 103 yards big part in Oakland's victory. , in th e game, picking up 34 Rookie safety Jack Tatum intercepted a pass on Oakland's 16-yard line just before the half ended and romped 67 yards to the Browns' 18. George .Blanda then kicked a 20-yard field goal to make it 14-10 at half. NEW YORK (AP) — Billie! Jean King says it's not so—she never criticized actress Elke Sommers for wearing a transparent white tennis dress minus a bra. "I don't care what people wear or don't wear on the tennis court," the reigning U.S. Open champion insists. "As for Miss Sommers. I only met her once—in Chicago, She seemed like a very nice person." Mrs. King, in New York to be feted as the first woman tennis player to win more than $100,- They interrupted me five times, saying something about getting ready for a style show. Billie King "I have no beef against style shows or attractive tennis 000 in a season, was shown a dresses In fact( j work on the ° copy of a national tennis magazine which had a provocative, revealing picture of Miss Sommers on the cover. Beside it was a caption: "Bil- advisory staff of a clothes manufacturer (Head). I just don't think they should interefre with the tennis." lie Jean King blasts Elke's play; The outspoken Billie Jean as 'bush' tennis." "I never said that," Billie Jean repeated. "At Chicago, I got sore when people kept coming out on the center court while I was trying to play. Countryside Prizes Awarded Monday Monthly prizes for September were awarded for Countryside Women's Golf at the regular business meeting Monday. Prizes were for low field shots and were won by Minnie English in Class A and Freda Ralston in Class B. The Reffner's Blind Bogey award went to Maurine Lawson. Regular prizes were for third low gross and Sylvia Quint won Class A with 41 and Jo Barber took Class B with 44. Low score for the day was a 30 by Cora Ackerman and Ackerman, Margaret Dillon and Velma Rishel tied for low putts with 13 each. Low scores in Class B were muK. oKoncn, wno insiauea a tough conditioning program when he took over as coach this year to prevent such letdowns. "We didn't capitalize on our opportunities when we had them while Oakland capitalized on breaks they got," Skorich said in explaining another reason that leads of 14-0 and 20-10 ailed to hold up. The game, before a national Dragons, Hawks Set Contact Work After light workouts Monday, >oth the Hutchinson High Salt rlawks and the Hutch Juco Blue Dragons will be getting down to more serious preparations for this weekend's games Tuesday. Hutch High travels to Cam- 3us for its third Ark Valley League encounter Friday night while the Blue Dragons play tost to the Highland Scotties on Saturday night. The Hawks, after a 38-0 win over Winficld last Saturday, spent Monday in shorts loosening up and looking over the scouting report on Campus. "We were only on the field about an hour," Coach Glenn Percy said. "We're recognizing and learning and we'll start our heavy work today." Percy said Mike Love is still bothered by a bruised knee and will be limited to kicking duties the remainder of the season. Junior Scott Willett, who filled in for Love Saturday and did a fine job, will remain at tight end with soph David Field in a backup position. The Blue Dragons are trying "We felt a lot better at that score than we might have," said Raiders' Coach John Madden. "We figures the score just before halftime would get our momentum going for the second half." The Browns had dominated play until the final three minutes of the half and had scored on Bo Scolt's three-yard run and a 22-yard screen pass from fquarterback Bill Nelsen to Leroy Kelly. Daryle Lamonica then completed five passes for 82 yards, the final one for 20 yards and the score to Raymond Chester, to get Oakland on the scoreboard with just 1:54 left in the half. Cliff Branch Top Lineman & KANSAS CITY (AP) - Clifford Branch may be the best open field runner in the Big Eight Conference this season. Three times this year, the fleet Colorado split end has scampered for long yardage and touchdowns on punt returns. One of these came Saturday, good for 59 yards and Colorado's first touchdown in the Buffs' 31-21 conference victory over Kansas State. He also caught three passes for 94 yards, one a 20-yard reception for a touchdown. Branch's greatest catch against the Wildcals was a 31- yarder from Ken Johnson in ,he third quarter on a third anc 15 situation that led to the TD that put the Buffs ahead for good. In addition to his pass receptions and two touchdowns yards in three tries to set up a 13-yard touchdown pass from Lamonica to Chester to make the score 20-17. The second big interception of the game followed, with George Atkinson intercepting at the 37 and returning to the 26. A face mask penalty put the ball at the 13, a holding penalty put the ball at the five, and Clarence Davis ran it in from there to make it 24 to 20. After that, the game became a rout with Blanda kicking a 26-yard field goal to end a five- play, 70-yard drive, and Pete Banaszak scoring from the one to cap seven-play, 53-yard drive with 21 seconds remaining. Hutch Sophs Blast Pratt The Hutchinson High sophomores won their fourth football game of the season by blasting Pratt 54-0 Monday night at Gowans Stadium. Eight players were in on the scoring for Hutchinson. The sophs opened the game with a flourish of points in the first quarter. Steve Powell sprinted 68 yards for Hutchinson's first score. Dale Suitor intercepted a Pratt pass and returned it 45 yards for the second score. A 14-yard run by James Edgar was the third touchdown of the period. Hutchinson kept up the scoring pace in the second quarter. Mike Kershaw paydirt, went seven Don Reed yards to ran five yards for the second TD of the period and David Field scorec the third after racing 25 yards with an intercepted pass. Hutchinson added one touch- 4-0 1,058 4-8 886 818 654 616 607 606 592 280 280 241 148 140 1 /,. 139 125 92 53 33 30 3-0 3-0 4-0 4-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 4-0 4-0 3-0 2-1 4-0 2-1 3-1 3-1 4-0 3-1 4-0 25 Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Dartmouth, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nebraska, Michigan and Texas continued to run 1-2-3 today in The Associated Press college football rankings while Motre Dame, though still un- oeaten, continued to slip. Nebraska's defending national champions received 43 first- place votes and 1,058 points from a nationwide panel of qports writers and broadcasters. The total was down slightly from a week ago when the Comhuskers piled up 44 first-place votes and 1,064 points. In running their record to 4-0, the Cornhuskers whipped previously unbeaten Utah State 426. Michigan blitzed Navy 46-0, the third straight shutout for the Wolverines' brilliant defense, and picked up five first- place votes and 886 points. Last week Michigan had three lop votes and 840 points. Texas trounced Oregon 35-7 and earned three first-place votes and 818 points. The other four ballots were split between Auburn and Colorado, which climbed one spot each into the Nos. 4-5 positions. Auburn trimmed Kentucky 38-6 and Colorado downed Kansas State 31-21. Alabama inched up :rom seventh to sixth on the heels of a 40-6 battering of previously unbeaten Mississippi. The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame who skidded from second to fourth last week, fell all the way' to seventh—one point be- lind Alabama—although they beat Michigan State 14-2. Oklahoma, a 33-20 winner over Southern California, and Penn State, which edged Air Force 16-14, remained eighth and ninth while Georgia, which had been llth, joined the Top Ten with a 35-7 drubbing of Mississippi State. Stanford, which had been 10th, lost to Duke 9-3 and plummeted tojConferenc7earl y in"August.' 19th. The triumph shot Duke I Florida Slate, Northwestern, Purdue, Southern California, West Virginia. For Coin mission t>r Big Eight Discussing Candidates KANSAS CITY (AP) - Big Eight Conference faculty representatives will meet in Kansas City Tuesday, a day earlier than their regularly scheduled fall meetings Wednesday and Thursday. A source said the league's governing body was convening early to discuss candidates for the job of conference commissioner. A vacancy was created when Wayne Duke accepted a similar post in the Big Ten from 19th to 14th. I The Second Ten consists of Washington, Arizona State, No candidates have been offi- |cially disclosed but several Tennessee, Louisiana Duke, State. Ohio State, Arkansas, North Carolina, Stanford and names have speculation. been One included in is Mickey Holmes, Duke's administrative assistant eight years. Among the others are Chuck Georgia, Tennessee, Arizona down in the third period and'State, Ohio State, Washington, LSU, Southern Cal, Arkansas, another in the fourth. Powell scored on a 24-yard run in the third and Jim Ussery ran 36 yards in the fourth for the final tally. The sophomores collected 576 yards total offense with 481 on the ground. Kenny Matous threw eight aerials and completed three for 95 yards. Toledo. Ajveek^ago it _ wasj NeinaSi exec utive assistant to Walter Byers of the National Collegiate Athletic Association; Bebe Lee, former Colorado basketball coach and later Kansas State athletic director; Bud Duke and North Carolina. Southern Cal suffered its second loss of the season against Oklahoma and team to drop was from the the only Top Twenty. Toledo shaded Ohio University 31-28 for its 27th consecutive triumph over three seasons and sneaked into 20th position. Wilkinson, coach and former •now a Oklahoma television commentator, and Brice Durbin, executive secretary of the Kansas State High Schoolp Activities Association and supervisor of Big Eight basketball officials. said she has no objections if some women want to play without bras, as Tory Fretz insists she does sometimes, or in sexy hot pants and lacy underthings "Whatever suits a girl, that's what she should wear," she added. "She should be comfort able and be able to move. "I think this is where women tennis players have it over the women golfers. We have re mained feminine. Women golf ers have tried to copy the men—even to the clothes the; wear." Billie Jean was in town to b honored by sponsors of the Vir ginia Slims professional tour a a press conference Monda highlighted by a personal cal from President Nixon, "I want to congratulate you,' the President said over th long-distance phone after firs getting a recording. "I'm to see a fellow Californian win to regroup after Friday night's over $100,000." The President, a sports buff who frequently makes calls to 38s by Shirley Freda Ralston. Baughan and Waive Beaslcy DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Chaparrals placed on waviers Monday guard Charlie Beasley, a four-year American Basketball Association veteran Southern Methodist. from sports personalities, recalled that he had seen Billie Jean play before—five or six years ago at Piping Rock on Long Island. Billie Jean boosted her earnings to $100,350 by winning the Phoenix Open last week. According to the sponsors, she is $25,000 to $33,000 ahead of the top men professionals in winnings—Arthur Ashe and Clark Graebner. 62-14 walloping by No. 1 ranked Fort Scott. "We're trying to organize ourselves and go back to fundamentals," Coach John Matous said. The only injury from the Friday night game was to tight end Conrad Lawrence who hurt his leg. Pat Clerihan, offensive tackle, is still questionable for action this week. "We're starting to get ready for Highland," Matous said. At Lawrence KU, KSU Clash Saturday Branch was punt returns for 106 yards and a kickoff return for 17 yards. His performance earned him the Big Eight lineman of the week selection today on a split vote by a panel of sports writers. One vote was cast for Steve Aycock, Oklahoma linebacker. Nobody knows about Branch more than Johnny Robertson, Kansas Stale's left cornerback, who was assigned the task ol defensing Branch until he was injured with the game still in the first period. KANSAS CITY (AP) Coach Bob Devaney said Monday his top-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers may get their first real test of ths football season against Missouri Satnrday at Columbia, Mo. "Missouri is always tough for us," Devaney said during the weekly Big Eight Conference telephone briefing session. "We look for a real battle ot Columbia. "As far as the league is concerned, they're even with us. We really haven't had a test game yet." It will be the first road game for the Cornhuskers, who have scored four easy victories at home. "I feel about the same way as last year about entering conference play," Devaney said. "I think our football team is a good one. We've got a tough row ahead." Kinney Stronger Devaney said Jeff Kinney, Nebraska's star I-back who has been slowed by loss of weight, seems to be getting better and "was stronger and quicker in Saturday's game than previously." Devaney noted that Missouri was ths last team to beat Nebraska. That was two years ago. Since then, the Cornhuskers have gone through 23 games without losing. Nebraska hasn't beaten the Tigers at Columbia since 1965, and that year a late field goal won it. Missouri Coach Al Onofrio said the Tigers "realize they'll be playing one of the best if not the best team in ths country. They have a great deal of respect for Nebraska." "I think it's the best Nebr- aska team since I've been at Missouri. They do everything so well — run, pass, kick. They swarm all over the field. Even after being national champions, they look like they have the enthusiasm of a bunch of sophomores." Onofrio said Jack Bastable, the Tiger tailback, injured in the Army defeat, will be ready to play but that corner- back Mike Fink will be out of the game. Frambrough HI Don Fambrough, the Kansas coach, was at home recovering from food poisoning. He said the thing that bothers him most about the Jayhawks' Saturday foe, K-State, is "their defense. They shut off Colorado's running game. They are as tough as anybody else up front. "We haven't been as recklsss on defense or had as much poise on offense in our last two games. With the kind of team we have, we have to be reckless to be competitive. We have to go back to doing ths things that won for us. We lost something mentally, and we have to get it back this wesk. "Our running game is the disappointing aspect of our offense. We've been breaking down in our execution. We're not a good enough team to rely on our passing game." Kansas State Coach Vince Gibson, likewise at home but with the flu, said the Wildcats would have no trouble getting ready for Kansas despite their disappointing defeat by Colorado. "That's the big game to us," Gibson said. "They'll be sky high. It will lake effort to beat Kansas. They've got some good athletes." Gibson said Johnny Robertson, senior left cornerback who was injured early in the Colorado game, likely will be ready for the Jayhawks. Gibson said Kansas State went into last year's game, won by Kansas 21-15, "with real bitterness against Kansas because of the probation thing. They thought Kansas was responsible for it. I don't want my team Lo have any business this year." Kansas State and Kansas were both nlaced on probation shortly before their meeting. The conference charged them with recruiting violations. Oklahoma quarterback Jack Mildren said of the eighth-ranked and unbeaten Sooners' clash Saturday with Texas that "Texas isn't going to trick us, and we aren't going to trick them. We're just going to see who has the best players." The Sooners haven't been able to beat Texas since Mildren enrolled at Oklahoma four years ago. "We have confidence in our ability to come back now," Mildren said. "I'm a better quarterback running the triple option this year than I was when we played Texas last season. I think we're better physically and better prepared for Texas this time than any Oklahoma team I've played on." Mildren, who noted the Soo- ners passed only once against Southern California last week, said he'd "like to throw the ball more. We think we can throw the football. We've got good receivers. When you get all of that yardage rushing, there's no sense in passing." RIVERSIDE LANES In Crowd League Team hi game and series—Out Casts 654 and 1815. Men's hi 10 and 30-Cecll Ames 201 and 553. Women's hi 10—Edith Benson 174; hi 30—Ann Potter 475. Major splits converted—Dee Lewis 2-7-10. Weekenders League Team hi game and scries—Lucky Five 820 and 2242. Men's hi 10 and 30— Keith Coy 208 and 563. Women's hi 10—Margaret Starr 212; hi 30—Agnes Brower 506. Major splits converted—John Me- Elhany 5-7-9. American League ;. Team hi game—Champine's 957; series —Elite Off. Equip. 2682. Men's hi 10 and 30— Bob Guffey 242 and 633. Farmers League Team hi game—Coors B59; series- Rounders 2377. Men's hi 10—Bus Maxfield 206; hi 30—Hubert Chadwlck 513. Major splits converted—Richardson 6-7. Rlverettes League Team hi game and series—Hi-Styles 847 and 2456. Women's hi 10—Lanell Moore 207; hi 30—Or I era Llnebarger 51S. Victory Ladles League Team hi game and series—Goofers 510 and 1392. Women's hi 10 and 30—Vickie Black 209 and 531. 4»ors League Team hi game and series—Unpredictable* 661 and 1870. Men's hi 10 and 30— Chuck Mlllender 192 and 554. Women's hi 10 and 30—Barbara Garver 205 and 499. Major splits converted — Viola Starks 3-7-10. Early Risers League Team hi game—Wild Cats 511; series- Lazy Trio 1338. Women's hi 10 and 30— Karen Starlin 191 and 492. Ma|or splits converted—Joyce Reger 6-7, Joyce Yutzy 3-10. ; Housewives League Team hi game—Gutter Dusters 633; series—Us 1781. Women's hi 10—Ann Roller 194; hi 30—Vivian Wroe 537. Major splits converted—Ginger Knerr 6-7-10. Merchants League Team hi game and series—Jack and Jill 883 and 2459. Men's hi 10—Floyd Webster 230; hi 30—John Klenzle 564. Dinner Dodgers League Team hi game and series—Esther's Studio 985 and 2548. Women's hi 10 and 30—Velma Stanfleld 215 and 529. Palace Classic League Team hi game and series—Thorpe's 754 and 2197. Men's hi 10 and 30—Denny Atkinson 231 and 620. Bowlerettes League Team hi game and series—Boreen's 820 and 2340. Women's hi 10—Martha Schnurr 198; hi 30—Pete Reboul 536. Coffee Pot League Team hi game—Coffee Slppers 489; series—Pin Busters 1376. Women's hi 10— Chlo nn Stlgglns 190; hi 30—Barbara Neufeld 474. League leading team—Coffee Males 17-3. Major splits converted—Ber- nloce Ewlng 4-10, Jean Carpenter 5-4-10, Helen Plckerlll 5-10. Non-StriKers League Team hi game and series—Strikers 450 and 1290. Women's hi 10 and 30—Barb Fortner 189 and 539. Major splits converted—Jo Haynes 5-7, Sheila Plerson 4-7-10, Barb Fortner 3-4-7-10. Junior College League Women's hi 10 and 20—Flourney 159 and 255. City League ' Team hi game and series—Imperial 400 897 and 2546. Men's hi 10—Rich Alexander 233; hi 30—Dave Hlldebrand 613. Major spills converted—LeRoy 1 Rentel 5-7 and 6-7-10. All American Girls League Team hi game and series—King Bros, Oil 851 and 2419. Women's hi 10—Ruth Singletary 195; hi 30—Vickie Black 510. Major splits converted—Joyce Morgan 6-8-10, Linda Bush 4-7-10, E. Rheault 2-7. Ceffee Breakers League •'• Team hi game and series—Marianne's Beauty 455 and 1305. Women's hi 10— Barb Rohr and Joyce Reger 176; hi 30— Margaret Starr 510. Major splits converted—Helen Green 3-7-8-10, Norma Lambertus, Agnes Brower 3-7-10, Agnes Ellington 2-7-10. Night Shifters League Team hi game and series—Strike Outs 525 and 1491. Men's hi 10 and 30—Vern Barns 203 and 552. League leading team —Strike Outs. Riverside League Team hi game—Hoefer Body Shop 842; series—So. Hutch Lions 2449. Men's hi 10—Elvyn Crouse and Marvin Huxman 210; hi 30—8111 Stark 553. Thursday Mixers League . ; Team hi game and series—Bell's Barber Shop 846 and 2402. Men's hi 10 and 30—Chuck Mlllender 216 and 575. Women's hi 10 and 30—Irene Baker 201 and 468. Major splits converted—Sue Petrle 5-10, Don Coffleld 5-6-10. Thursday Fun League Team hi game—Ineeda 1007; series- Bucks & Does 2877. Men's hi 10—Bill Partridge 204; hi 30—Sam Schullz 540. Women's hi 10 and 30—Nancy Bryant 184 and 470. Major splits converted— Nancy Bryant 3-7-10, Larry King 3-7-10. Nile Owls League Team hi game and series—Tom's Barber Shop 1064 and 3058. Men's hi 10 and 30—Paul Baughman 231 and 567. Gutter Dusters League Team hi game—Dum - Dums 435; series—Used Souls 1200. Women's hi 10— Belva Raymond 162; hi 30—Karen Starlin 446. Friday Trio League Team hi game and series—Reffner's Sporting Goods 531 and 1482. Women's hi 10 and 30—Lorene Wlshon 199 and 557. League leading team—Howard's Laundromat. Major splits converted — Roberta Atkins 5-10, Helen Harlman 4-7-10, Ann Potter 5-7-9. \ Sundowners League Team hi game—The Jets 811; series- Just Us 2366. Men's hi 10-Ed Graber 200; hi 30—Marvin Huxman 544. Women's hi 10—Martha Schnurr 201; hi 30— Phyllis LaMunyon 476. Sportsman League Team hi game and series—Baize & Son 912 and 2616. Men's hi 10—Lee Whlthorn 229 ; hi 30—Gary Henderson 583. Major splits converted—Roy Plank 6-8. Fall Out Special League Team hi game—Wagler 831; series— Brawner Bunch 2380. Men's h! 10 and 30—Paul Wagler 236 and 604. Friday Twisters League Team hi game—Goble 818; series-^ M.W.Y. 2356. Men's hi 10—George Phillips 212; hi 30—Jim Goering 549. Women's hi 10—Dot Couch 204; hi 30—Neva Walborn 476. Major splits converted-r- Lynn Harrison 6-7. Cessna 2nd Shifters League Team hi game — Terrible Trio 538; series—Two Nuts & A Bolt 1529. Men's hi 10 and 30—Vern Wertz 232 and 403:Women's hi 10 and 30—Lorene Wishon 176 and 406. Early Risers League ;.;,',•• Team hi game and series—Kool Kats; 587 and 1138. Men's hi 10 and 20—Gordon' Brown 129 and 248, Women's hi 10 'and' 20—Merle Thurman 117 and 218. splits converted—Kelly Hemphill 4-5. Jr. Bantam League : ' Team hi game and series—Golden' Horde 741 and 2087. Men's hi 10 and 30- Marc Noyes 185 and 481. Women's hi 10— April Gajawlckl 128; hi 30—Lucy Southworth 355. Jr. Senior League Team hi game and series—K&K Trophies 644 and 1903. Men's hi 10 and 30- Jerry Chrlstner 213 and 542. Women's hi 10-Pat Llnd 143; hi 30~Clndy ColeP Major splits converted—Larry Hlldebrand, 2-7-10, Keith Chrlstner 3-10, Jerry Christner 3-10, Mark Gwaltney 5-6, '• '•' Hi-Strikers League ';<7 Team hi game and series — Green Grasshoppers 621 and 1171. Men's hi 10 and 20—Brian Webster 119 and 204. Worn-' en's hi 10 and 20—Kathy Myers 121 and 234. other features—Duplicate Jimmy | Roberts 75 and Robert Kerns 71.

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