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THE ANDWJON HEUAID AHS Has 95 Out For Football And 26 Others In Cross Country Squad Rosters Are Revealed By Cummings Charles Cummings, Anderson High School athletic director, announced lists of 95 aspiring candidates turning out for the Anderson High School varsity team and names of 26 others Pirates Blast Mack's Theory About Pitching By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Write for cross country NEW YORK (AP) - Poo Connie Mack. What the Pitts This"year's Indian eleven will burgh Pirates are doing to OIM be coached by Pete Russo and <* the theories of the late base assisted by Woody Moore and ball great ->-•«-" «• Phfl Sullivan. Pat King wiB be an umpire. responding last night. the reserve coach and assisted by Don Brandon. Bob Belangee wiH be the acting head coach in cross country while Ken Barnes is in service, and David East will be Belangee's assistant, Alan Clark, Mac Davis, Tim East, Danny Erskine, Mickey Jones, Jim MaMahon, Jerr; Mathis, Calvin Nunn, Tom Ran kin, Robert Sharnowske, Doug White, Tom Williams and Dave Wright are holdover football let termen. . Tom Poland is the only ex nerieoced veteran left from last year's cross country team Boys answering the early call follow: Football Letternvai — Alan Clark, Mac Davis, Tim East, Dan Erskine Mickey Janes, Jim McMahan Jerry Mathis, Calvin Nunn Tom RanMn, Robert Scharnow- ske, Doug White, Tom Williams and Dave Wright; other can* dates are Mike Adams, Mark game. Ake, Steve Edward Archey Mike Armstrong, Tim Black Richard Barker, Don Barnett, Otil Blackmon, James Bivens Nelson Bledsoe Phil Bledsoe, Michael Boone, Albert Bostic, Currie, David Davis, Horace Davis, Cedric Dunkerly II, Max Edwards, John ~ ' Penimore; Also Jim Forehand, Rodney Freeman, Doug Graham, Murray Hall, Birt Hampton, Dennis Harrington, King Herkomer, Brad Hersberger, Manuel Hunt, Tom Isenhour, Bill James, Dale Jarrett, Alfred Johnson, Brad Jones, Jones. David Jones, Robert John Keeney, Donald Lawson, Bill Lawson, Steve Lierman. Dave Lunsford, David Lvnch, Roger McCoy, Randy McVey, Ronnie Ancil Marino. Tom Mayer: And Mike Melson, Bill Moore. Eddie Nunn, Jim O'Brien, Tim Parkhurst, Art Pepelea, Orlando Posey, Scott Privett, Scott Kay, Rex Richards, Roger Riddle, Mike Ri/ev, tarry Rudolph, Davis Sewell, Phil Sheets, Steve Shipley, Bobby Smith, Dave Swanson, Ronnie Taylor, Harold Townsend, Brad Turner, Stephen Turner, Charles Vores, Samuel Watkins, Jim Wheelwright, Jeff Wihebrink, Anthony Wilson, Jack Winton, Ervin Wright, Scott Zachary, and Charles Cook. Cross Country Letterman — Tom Poland; other candidates are Jim Balsley, Gary Barron, H. Wilson ball great shouldn't happen Mack, one of the most reverec men in baseball history, one said pitching is 75 per cent the game. If it is, the Pirates must b cheating because 99.9 per cen of their game is bitting and 99 plus 75 adds up to 174.9 per cen and that doesn't figure eve with new math. But you can't blame Mack fo not knowing about the I960 P rates, who lead the National League with less than seve weeks left in the season. If they win the pennant, Hie may be the first team ever to d it without a 15-game winner. Bob Veale doesn't seem ti ever want to be the outstanding pitcher his fast ball says h should be; Vernon Law appears to be; nearing the end — fo about the fourth time; Wood Fryman must get carried awa with homesick thoughts of hi Kentucky tobacco farm an Steve Blass needs his own pn vate bullpen to help him win Blass, the Pirates' second year right-hander, is the mps glaring example of tiie pitchinf hat mocks Mack's belief. Th 24-year-old hurler has started 2 games this season but has com Don Brant, Larry Burns, Larry pteted only one. And that was Cain, • Michael Clark, James his first game way back or April 19 when he beat Cincinnati 7-3. Ellis, 'Mark Law, who started his career with the Pirates when they had neither pitching nor hitting, ha completed six of 19 starts while Veale, of whom the Pirate have expected 20-game season the past couple of years, ha been around at the finish in nine rf his 25 starts. He also is the team's bi| winner with 12 victories al hough only two of them havi come since July 3. Two sometimes starters Tbmmie Sisk and Don Cardwell lave completed only three games in 27 starts. Yet the Pirates are on top o; he league. They've merely substituted singles for fast balls and home runs for curves. Men's Pin Directors Dave Butler, Ronald Chase, Brad Jim Bienert, Burton, Clem, Delph. Fisher, Lee Franks. Dan Hallenbeck, Dave Balsell. Rod Jar- Garry Courier. Denny Dick Ferguson, Dave vis. Jimmie Lafcas. Larry Johnson. Maxwell. Tony Steve Muliins. Steve Muslin. Robert Rcifel. Vic Rhoda, Steve Sellers, Gene Trueblood. and Ray Zink. A total of 68 players on Na> tional Football League rosters of the Year in the 19S5 season wera ' . -- . Texas. Discuss Slow Ploy A called meeting board of directors of derson Men's Bowling Association will be held at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at Brown's Recreation lanes to oUscuss Rule 20, announces President Harry Largent. This particular rule deals with early leagues taking longer time to roll on alleys and makes the second league start- scheduled time. Some of the leagues are kicking on getting started so late Powells Third Home Run In 11th Lifts Orioles Past Boston Second Blast Ties Score In Ninth Inning There was Doug Sanders in tangerine — shirt, sweater shoes and left-handed glove Gary Player wore somber gunslinger hteck — "makes me feel strong," he said. Young Bit Martindale had on a bright, cherry-red sweater. They drape their dubs in sa- ile and mink. They drive luxurious limousines. A few have heir own planes—Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus in particular. To make a dent on the pro tour these days, you have to Jnited States Jeats Mexico n Zone Play CLEVELAND (AP) - The 'nited States swept the Davis up tennis American Zone fi- als from Mexico 5-0 Monday 'hen Clark Graebner defeated jafael Osuna 6-3, 6-4, 6-4, after liff Richey downed Marcelo ara 11-13, 6-0, 10-8, 6-4'. The American Zone champi- nship already had been won on ngles and doubles victories by ennis Balstoa and Graebner in ngles Saturday and as a denies partnership Sunday. But ifonday's action was important two ways. 1. It marked the emergence of raebner, a 22-year-old from eachwood, Ohio, as a strong ingles player. He had previous- established his skill in dou- es where he shares the No. 1 S. ranking with Marty Ries- n of Evanston, M., Graebner as voted the outstanding play- of the three-day match here f the writers who covered it. 2. It raised doubts about the rysieal stamina of 19-year-old Jiff Richey of San Agelo, Tex., GROUP CHAMPIONS - left to right (fathers standing, sons in front), are group champions in the 21st Madison County Father-Son Golf Tournament as follows: Prep'—Duane and Jim Cue; Junior, Jeff Roberts but his father Dick Roberts was absent; Intermediate, John and Bill Spannuth; Senior, Ernest and Mike Brow (back row); and Pee Wee, Jim and Jeff Ault. (Herald Photo) White Helps Short Register Nth Victory PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Bill White drove in five runs with three singles Monday night, helping Chris Short register his Htn victory as Philadelphia defeated Chicago 11-5. White singled across two runs n the Phillies' four-run first lining, knocked in another pair n the second and added his hird single in the eighth when the Phillies scored three runs. Short gave up a three-run jomer to Byron Browne in the 'ourth and was replaced by Tery Fox in the eighth after dou- les by Dolfo Phillips and Billy Williams. Fox then preserved She victory by holding the Cubs hffless in the last 11-3 innings. ing its kegling later than who was seized with cramps in ith legs in the final set of the veiling match and was just )le to finish. Ricli°y had because of the slowness of those: s j m || ar serious leg cramps in> leagues monopolizing the lanes :p ar j s ]asl May Philadelphia 64 54 Jt. Louis 61 56 .521 \Cinctanati 59 57 .509 ^Atlanta —' 55 61 .474 fHouston 51 65 .440 Chicago earlier This has become quite! a problem a I several of the ton-pin emporiums in years. No American League Rookie U.S. Capt. George MacCall of n^l'Los Angeles was elated at p Graebner's performance. He said afterwards, the victory over Osuna "was Graebner's been'finest match in this country and possibly equal of his great win over Fred Stolle in Australia." Graebner's service was at its best of the three days against Fox 1 1-3 0 Bait—Hindi. T-2:41. A—7,62 Osuna in the finals. He didn't short w.iw lose it once. And his return of service under constant pressure. MacCall felt Graebner's service return was the most improved aspect of his game. The first match between Richey and Lara, both 19-year-olds, playing on Davis Cup squac's for the first time, lasted 2 hours, 49 minutes and 58 games. LOCAL NATS WIN The Richey - Lara match. Anderson Nationals edged out nervously played and replete ' Ande rson Americans, 4 to 2. ,.1 '"the ^ishTdtenn'isTeifo'- &* P"«* in the Babe Ruth (crowd of 4.500 applauded in the [13-year-old invitational tourney Phillips ef ic!!cv p iks ph ab rhbiPblli -illo Briges cf 0 Rojas 2b 1 CMIison rf 1 Allen 3b fl White Ib 1 Gonzalez 1 4 ft 0 (I nirympl c 3 n t 0 Groat ss i o n it short p 1 fl n 0 Fox p 1 f n o n ft n o 33 5 7 5 Total* 3310 4221 4010 1 0 0 01' National Ltarue W L Pet. Pittsburgh 69 47 .595 San Francisco — 69 50 .580 :Los Angeles 65 50 .565 .542 New York 51 - 39 66 .436 77 .336 ^— Late game not included. American League W L Pet. Baltimore .: ____ 77 41 .653 Detroit ........ 63 54 .538 Cleveland ....... 63 56 .529 Chicago ......... 61 57 .517 Minnesota ...... 61 58 .513 ...... California ...... 60 New York ...... 53 Cansas City ____ 52 Washington 53 .508 .445 .441 .431 .431 Pacific Coast Leaetie (Monday's Games Not In Standings) Western Division W L Pet. .573 .536 Spokane 62 63 .496 ^ortland 57 67 .460 Hawaii 55 69 .444 53 Vancouver 67 58 I'lilsa ndianapolis Eastern nivi W 10 14 18 18'i i. Pit. (;B 74 49 .602 - — WO 301 Old- 5 adclphia 120 no 031—11 -Boocabella. Kessingcr. DP—Phj|adel- phi 1. LOB—Chicago ;>. Philadelphia 10. 2B—Boreabella. Phillips. Williams. Allen. SB-Allen. HR—Brmvne (H), Santo C2T). Ip h r er bb si ,,Pnoenix Denver I San Diego 11 13 fi Oklahoma City Hands L,»-!0 Hendley Earley 3 2-3 6 3 1-3 1 6 012 112 5 000 Graebner-Osuna contest. The next Davis Cup rounds diamonds. The Nationals de- for money 'til payday Get $50 for 14 days for only 70C Many other loan plane available. Phone or visit AnociatM Cor personal lending serrico. M flntntlut Htm for trtrr M»«f ASSOCIATES FINANCE COMPANY, INC. 1401 Mohi Street, ANOIRSON 644-7735 for the United States team will be against Brazil in October. One more round remains for the finished Sunday at the South BR feated New Castle, 7-0. and the Americans knocked off Noblesville, 3-2, in first-round games winner of that interzone matchtplayed .last Friday. in order to get the Australia for A base on balls, an error and the challenge rounds. Torres Keeps Title After Cotton Gives Him Fight Of Life LAS VEGAS, Ncv. (UPI)— Light heavyweight champion Jose Torres was given t h e fight ot his life Monday night by challenger Eddie Cotton, hut a lati 1 flurry retained the 5R 67 50 73 SUNDAY'S RESULTS National League PHlsburpli 4. Cincinnati 2 Atlanta 7, Philadelphia I San Francisco 5-5, Houston 3-2 New York 5-3, St. Louis 4-4 Los Angeles 4-10, Chicago 3-12 (1st, 14 innings; 2nd, 10 innings) American League Baltimore 6, Washington 0 Kansas City 5-4. Minnesota 0-3 New York 7-6, Cleveland 3-4 Chicago 4-0, California 0-4 Boston 8-5. Detroit S-3 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League Philadelphia 11, Chicago 5 Atlanta at Houston (night game) Cincinnati at Los Angeles (West Coast game) (Only games scheduled) American League Cleveland 4, Washington 3 Baltimore 4. Boston 2 (11 innings) Chicago 4, Kansas City 3 (10 innings) Detroit 6. New York 5 Minnesota ;3. California 3 National League Pittsburgh (Sisk 6-2) at New- York (McGraw 1-4) (N) Chicago (Hol&man 6-]2) at Philadelphia (Jackson 11-11) (N) Atlanta (Kelley 2-'J) at Houston (Cuellar 7-5) (N) Cincinnati (Nuxhall -1-22) at Los Angeles (Sutton 9-1) (N) St. Louis i Jackson 12-f!) fit San Francisco (Marichal 17.51 IN) Amoriran Leajriie California (Chance 8-N) HI Minnesota (Perry .6-5) IN) pny City lOdom 1-2) at Chi(John H-H) (N) ) at De- 31 Suffer Picnic Food Poisoning SANDUSKY, Ohio (UPI)-. picnic outing at nearby Ceda Point Amusement Center Sun day had a painful ending fo 31 persons as they became ii as the result of food poisoi' Twelve persons were ted to Good Samaritan anc Providence Hospitals here anc the others were treate'd anc released. Cedar Point officials sail the poisoning was believed t have been caused by ham an* potato salad the group brough along. The ill were among about 450 persons attending a picnic spon sored by the Great Scot Foo< stores and were from the Findlay area. All 31 of the ill were taken to hospitals here in ambulances station wagons and private autos. Hospital facilities were overtaxed during the rush am some of the-ill were placed in the halls in beds. Paper Says Ramsey Takes New Position PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Th.. Philadelphia Inquirer said Monday night that Jack Ramsay ha resigned as coach of the St Joseph's College basketbal team to become general man ager of the pro Philadelphia 76ers. The Inquirer, in a story for its Tuesday editions, said Ram say was signed to a three-yeai contract which called for an an nual salary in the neighborhood of $25,000. The general manager's DOS Washington iHann 13.8i "" . un.^£ uii uaus. an triivi mm cacty (John li-ti) <N) intentional walk jammed the New York iDiwninjt 7-8 ks with one out in the top"™ 1 ' p ' ldr< ' s 2 ' 21 |N| of the eighth (mining and a passed hall and wild pitch let the tieinR and winning runs score. Campbell, winning Nats' hurl- cr, had 10 strikeouts and Schar- nowske, losing Americans hurler. whiffed eleven opponents. Nats 00200002-4 5 0 QUICKIES •5) at Clove. 3-0) Americans - 200 000 00—2 6 2 Campbell and Todd; Schar-' nowske and Edwards. Individual trophies were pre- Pacific Coast Loa B ue Spokane at Hawaii (N) Vancouver at Portland (N) San Diepo at Tnisa (N) Seattle at Taconia (Ni (Only games scheduled) NEW YORK (UPI), - The New York Yankees and the St. Louis Browns played the shortest doubleheader in history on Basketball Association, has been vacant since the death -of 76er co-owner Ike Richman last December at the Boston Garden Ramsey, 40, guided St. Jo seph's through a decade of bas- tetball heights, including na iional rancing most of the years. Kentucky, After Winning Tourney, Loses To Israel 5 TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — An Israel national basketball team spurted ahead in t h c final minutes and defeated the visiting University of K c n - tucky team 81-75 Monday night. The Wildcats won an international university tournament here las'. week. - - - - - -»- — Mclndoo Foursome Wins ACC Golf The team of W. H. Maclndoo, D. M. Gwinnup, Dr. C. A. Bias- saras and Dr. C. R. King won the Anderson Country Club A-B-C-D best ball tournament staged over the ACC layout Sunday. The team had a best ball score of 60. Three teams mi,. 11 mi* <•>•••,> ivKn..,,,, .M*. , iii^inuudi uupmcd >\i;ic yiv ciL uuuuiuiitduci in uiMuiy on oan score 01 ou rnrce teams Puerto nican titletiolder on » Denied to members of the win- Sept. 26, 1926 — two hours andltied Cor second in the sixteen- unanimous decision. ing teams. seven minutes. Fan Fare UXXCVERTMERE/ A HAPPY BALL CLUB I9AWIKININ5 BALI. CLUB- team event: M. W. Paugh, C. G. Fasone, Rine Kruger and Dr. W. J. Aagesen; M. E. Grc«n. L. W. Austin, G. L. Cameron and R. S. Howe; T. F. Smith, N. C. Martin, E. A.i Black and Dr. F, C. Donnelson Their best ball scores wwe 61. Insurance Open Next For Pros By WILL GRIMSLEV AuwUted Preu Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Golfs gaudy and affluent tour boys move on to Wethersfield, Conn, this week — the best road show going. "This is no longer competi lion, this is show business," a graying old pro eommenta dourly Sunday after watching the nationally televised windui of the $100,000 Thunderbird Classic at the Upper Montclair N.J. course. The Insurance City Open starts Wethersfield. Thursday a have a gimmick. Besides his funereal attire Player brings bananas by the talks to tiie locker room and deals them out to his compatriots. Al Geiberger, the new PGA champion, has put the peanut butter sandwich in head- ines. Open champion Bill Casper has made buffalo meat and allergies household words. Sanders has a different cos- ume for every round — and a lundred pairs of shiny, patent leather shoes to match them all. "When you're on television, you have to show people the 'ancy threads," said Sanders. Batting Champs Aren't Setting World On Fire NEW YORK (AP) - The two owest league-leading averages in the majors' history are .306 >y Elmer Flick of Cleveland W 905 and .309 by George Stirn- weiss of the New York Yankees n 1945 both American League itleholders. The way it looks now the 1966 AL champion is liable to be at east the third lowest unless Tony Oliva of Minnesota, Fnank lobinson of Baltimore or Al {aline of Detroit step up their hitting pace. Oliva, seeking his third , traight crown, held onto the ead last week although he lipped five more points with a 4-for-18 performance. He was jatting .317 through Sunday's iames. Frank Robinson fell two oints to .313 while Kaline's mark is .307, a drop of three joints. Robinson had nine hits in 1 tries while Kaline collected evenliits in 26 attempts in last week's action. The top three are the circuit's nly .300 hitters. Baltimore's irooks Robinson is fourth at 295 followed by Boog Powell, Iso of the Orioles, and Ket Jarry of the Chicago White Sox n a fifth-place deadlock at .291 The averages are more re pectable in the Nations BOSTON (AP) - Boog Pow ell's third home run of the th game — a two-run blast in ttw llth inning - Efted the Balti more Orioles past the Bostor Red Sox 4-2 Monday night. Powell, whose homer tied the ninth-innin game 2-! crashed his 30th homer of th season off reliever John Wyat with one out in the llth Prank Robinson, who anc ha( drawn a leadoff walk, on base. ReHever Eddie Fisher, wh came on at the start of the 10th was the winner. Powell's game-tying home came off Boston starter Jim Lonborg with one out in th ninth. Dave McNally, the Baltimore starter; allowed only two hits over the first five innings bu was tagged for a two-run home by Tony Conigtaro in the sixth Balto ik rkMBoi lir bM Aparacio H 5 0 1 0 Kasko a 500 Snyfler cf 5 0 2 0 Foy 3I> 503 F. RMCB rt 4 110 Onneter cf < 1 3 B. Rbnsn 3t> 5 0 0 0 CngUaro rf 4 11 Powell Ib 9344 Scott Ib 402 Blefaiy If 4010 Thomu W 300 Ballr rf 0000 Yiitrsld If 200 B. Jhnsn Jb 5 0 0 0 Tlllman c 500 Roznvsky c 4 0 0 0 Smith 2b 300 McNally p 2000 Jones ph-2b 101 Held ph 1000 LoBborg p 300 S. Miller p 0 0 0 0 Green ph 100 Bowens ph 1000 Wyatt p 000 Fischer p 0000 Hall p 0000 Totals 41494 Totals 4*2 10 Baltimore Boston •W 1W Ml « — Dp-Baltimore 2, Boston Baltimore 8, Boston 6. 2B-Demeter. BB-Powell J (30), ConllUa ro (23). SB-Aparldo. McNally . Miller 'ijcher W. Hall -rfmhorf Wyatt L, !•« k r er bb M 5223 1000 1000 1000 Figcher pitched to 2 batten in llth T-3:10. A-10,018 CLEVELANDTAP) - Two- run homers by Jim Gentile and 3iuck Hinton gave the Cleveand Indians a 4-3 victory over Washington Monday night. Sonny Siebert, who tossed no-hitter against the Senators iarlier in the season, gained hi 3th victory in 20 decisions bu leeded relief help from Luis Ti ant in the ninth after Paul Casa nova's second homer of tin lame, a two-run shot, closec lie gap. Gentile put Cleveland aheac -1 hi the fourth when he mashed his fust home run as __ Indian—a 408-foot blast over the center field fence — foiow ing a walk to Rocky Colayito. Leon Wagner singled with one out in the fifth aad scored on linton's smash over ttie left enter field fence. Wash rtr»DiCle?e « b 'V Brinkmn S! 4 0 0 0 Brown n 400 ihe 2b 4 II 1 0 Wagner If 4 1 .. King rf Lock cf Harrllsn Ib 4 0 0 0 AMI: 3b Casanova c 4 2 2 3 Gentile Ib 010 Dvlto pr-ct 000 3110 Hinton cf 311 3000 Colavito rf 3 1 0 - 400 411 ^.,, a .. 2000 Aicue c 401 Howard ph 1000 Gonzalez 2b 4 0 2 lamlln 2b 0000 Siebert p 300 Kirkland ph 1000 Tiant p 000 McCm* p 2 0 1 0 Phillips ph 1000 Cullen 3D VIoore p Totals Yashington 0000 jj 3 « » Tol«l« M 4 I 010 000 002- l,,.l.nd 0™ m m% ~ E-Cullen. Gentile. LOB-Washinjton 5 : R!i""anm'a (11 U>. Gentile (B) IMon a HR-r.asano'vj (il. ID. Gentile 8), Hinton (11). ip n r er B IcCormlck L 7-11 « ' * J ine Keuieidi iiiAiit±tiKi s IJOOL "( — ,. .. 41 A on the fliers, of the National L?^e where Matty Alou 0 u,.i..n, B ii «„»„:„*:,,.. I... >._«., Pittsbureh has taken a 16-poin 'ittsburgh has taken a ead over teammate Roberto aemente and Atlanta's Rio iarty, tied for second. Alou hiked his average one joint to .344 by collecting six afeties in 16 times at bat. Cle- lente slipped one point am terry climbed three points tc 528. Felipe Alou of Atlanta ourth at .325 followed by Pitts urgh's Willie Stargell, .322. Hank Aaron of Atlanta contin es to lead in home runs with 3! and runs batted in, 91. He ha( so homers and six RBI las •eek. The Orioles' Powell zoomet ast the Robinsons end took r er the AL runs batted in lead owell drove in six runs, giving Mm 88 or the season. Frank obinson is next with 85 while rooks Robinson dropped to lird with 84. Frank Robinson held the ome run lead. He hit three, costing 'his total to 36. ity Junior Boys iolf Meet Aug. 19 Bowling 30c at Rains AMF balls $12.95 Holes plugged $2.50 Trade your ball on A new one. Join new Thurs, morn, women's league. Leagues save $600 a year at Rains. Johnson's Clash With Muncie Pals Anderson's Johnson Red Estate team clashes with the visiting Mnncie P«ls in Cen- trftl Inliont Riseball league competition at 7 p. m, today at Memoriil SUditim Field. All local ptayera ire r«queit- cd !o report no later thin 5:3* p, m. for pre-gime drills. Siebert W 13-V Tiant 8 J.3 B 3 1-3 0 0 DETROIT (UPO -Norm Cash broke an early to with a two-run homer career, home run, the 200th his major league to pace the Detroit (JOlC^i , t*J f — -— ,. Tigers to a 6-5 victory over the New York Yankees Monday night. N.T. Srdsn 2> 5 4 1 1 Oyler Mantle d « 0 1 0 Ljmpe 2b Pepitone 1» 4 1 1 ° TrcjnH Ib Howard c 4 0 0 0 Cutlib Maris rf Boyer 3b Clarke ss Sttlmyre p toper ph Ramos p Gihbs ph Totals No York Detroit LOB—New .brliblDet .br»U 5112 McAIffe M 1 1 0 0 2011 3220 0000 311 3 1 2 40 1 4021 4000 4120 4000 4000 Kaline ef 4121 florton H 4110 Nrthrp rf 2000 Wert 3b 0000 Freehan c 0000 Lolich p 0 0 0 1 38 « 10 5 Tot.h 43 B 11 1 100 100 003— 5 101 031 OOx— 6 York 7, Delroit 6. . 2B-Clarke: Kaline. Horton IIB- Richartson (6), Tresh (17), Cash (19). SF — Gibbs. Sloltlemyre L. ip 10-14 6 h r er hb f Ramos Lollch W. 11-S , „ ii 4 4 2 Sherry 1 1 1 1 » Loll'rh pitched lo 2 ballera In 9th. T-2:36. A-15,256. " (urn belted his the -season spark the to a 5-3 California MINNEAPOLIS Harmon Killebrew 26th home run of Monday night to Minnesota Twins victory over the Angels and help Jim Kaat gain his 17th triumph. CHICAGO (UPI) -Don Bu„, . , ord's single to centerfield with The City Junior golf tourna- one out in the 10th inning ent, for boys 17 years of age scored Al Weis from second nd younger, will be staged at base Monday night and gave IE Grandview Golf Course Fri- " ay, Aug. 19. Registration is ow taking place at the Grand- ew pro shop. There will be o entry fee. Trophies will be awarded to e winners in each of the fol- wing age groups: H and un- er, 12-13, 14-15'and 16-17. The fending champion in the event Bill Spannuth. the Chicago White Sox a victory over the Kansas City Athletics. RBG Gals Organize Next Friday Night The fall organizational meeting of the RBG G&ls Handicap League will be held at 6:30 ).m. Friday, Aug. 19, »t Rains fowling Gardens. All officers, captains and any keglers interested in this loop should be ircsent. Mrs. Beverly Ravcns- :raft, league secretary, states hat the league needs new. jowlcrs. "Hear Fred & Frank for Falls City Beer on WIIBU!" MOUNDS MALI First of Week AUTO SPECIALS MON-, TUES., WED., THUR. ONLY WE WANT YOUR AUTO SERVICING BUSINESS SHOCKS INSTALLED 12 58 Pilr, •MI tmet Guaranteed 15,000 miles! Shocks equal or exceed quality of original equipment. FRONT END ALIGNMENT MOST "788 CARS / SERVICE SPECIAL ADJUST BRAKES Can • Remove, cheek front wheel drum • Adjust brakes, add brake fluid if necessary SERVICE SPECIAL WHEELS BALANCED 5 00 «•**•)«, Avoid •xcettiv* tin w«ar! Stop in today -you'll folth. difference as you driv« I PHONE 644-3611 AUTO SERVICE OPEN 8 to 9 Doily Sunday 12:30 to «

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