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PAGE 26 ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1966 'Charged Up Palmer Shares Philly Lead With Don January Arnie Posts Seven Birds For 65; Pair Has 207 Total PHILADELPHIA (UPI) , "charged up" Arnold Palmer • came from four strokes behind 1 tiie leaders with a seven-undcr- .' par 65 Saturday to join consistent Don January, who , posted his third consecutive 69, at 207 and a one-stroke lead after the third round of the meaning Palmer and the other contenders. Knudson, who started the day one stroke behind the leaders, missed a chance to tie for the lead on the 18th hole when he three-putted for a bogey. Tom Weiskopf, 23-year-old sophomore pro from Bedford, Ohio, and a crowd favorite 5110,000 Philadelphia Golf Clas-l after an opening day 66 for the sic. I early lead, soared to a 41 on Palmer's round, with seven the front nine but settled down birdies and no bogeys, was the to a four-under-par 32 coming best of the tournament thus far|"» to Post a 73 and nang five at the par-72 whitemarshj strokes back at 212. Valley Country Club. He opened with birdies on the first and second holes and said they gave him "a charge." He also birdied the par-5 fifth hole and the 10th, 15th, 17th and 18th. January, who shared the lead going into the third round with fellow Texans Dave Marr and Billy Martindale, scored four birdies and one bogey in a crisp, steady round. The lean Texan sard he was so tired — this is his ninth consecutive tournament '—that he "can't Still In Race Jack Nicklaus, winner here for the past two years, had his second consecutive 70 for a four-under-par total of 212 and warned "don't count me out." Billy Casper, Bruce Crampton and Bob Goalby were at 211. Others under par were George Archer, Jay Hebert, Chuck Courtney, Bob Charles, Dudley Wysong Jr. and Roberto DeVicenzo at 213. Steve Spray, Paul Bondeson and Billy Martindale were at 214, while grunt and growl" at the balljDick Crawford, Charles Coody, but added "maybe this is'Ed Griffiths and Butch Baird relaxing me more." Were at 215. Ahead Of The Pack j Mike Souchak of Durham, The two veterans were nine] N.C., withdrew prior to the ' strokes under par for the 541 start of Saturday's play, after holes, one stroke up on just making the cut at 147. 1 Canadian George Knudson, who Gardner Dickinson Jr., Lost had a 69 for a three-day total oil Tree Vaillage, Fla., and Jack 208. Further back at 210 were McGowan 1 , Largo, Fla., dropped Gene Littler and Marr, who ' slipped to a 72 Saturday after a six-under-par 66 Friday. S January said his play here "» was the most consistent he has " been since early in the year at jj San Diego and that he would "take another 69 Sunday and 1 don't care what they do," * Eddie Martin Dies Of Heart Trouble NEW YORK (UPI)-Former bantamweight champion Eddie (Cannonball) Martin died Saturday of a heart condition at his home in Brooklyn, N.Y. He Was 63. Georgo Archer Martin, who had been ill for!chuck Courtney the past two years, won the ?."".' ?™* son bantamweight title from Abe -*Goldstein of New York on Dec. 19, 1924, and lost the crown to Charlie Phil Rosenberg of New York on March 20, 1925. His lifetime record included 72 victories, 11 defeats and three draws. He is survived by a widow. Emmy, and a son, Edward Jr. Funeral services T. vrryt Di " will be held Sunday night atjrj°™e' rnma ' Sessa's Funeral Parlor, TOthjCinmie KIM St. and Fort Hamilton Parkway, Brooklyn. out after playing nine holes Saturday. All three cited illness. Top prize in the fourth annual tournament over the 6,708-yard course is $21,000. Palmer won the inaugural and Nicklaus took the other two. PHILADELPHIA (UPI) —The lolloivir.8 are the leading scores In the third round of lhe S110.000 Philadelphia Golf classic Arnold Palmer Don January Knudson Gene Littler Dave Marr Rob Goalby Bruce Crampton Billy Casper Tom Weiskopf Jack Nicklaus Dudley WysoitK Jr. Hoberlo DeViccnzo Bill Martindale Ed GriffithE Batch Baird Charles Coody Dick Crawford Billy Maxwell Mason Rudolph Wright Garrett D;m Siki-s Kim Still flay Urcu-er Jr. 71-71-65-207 69-69-63-207 71-68-60-208 71-68-71—210 72-66-72—210 68-72-71—211 72-70-69—211 66-7:1-73—212 72-70-70—212 11-68-74—213 72.67-74—213 70-69-74—213 72-72-69—213 69-73-71—213 71-70-72-213 71-70-73—214 72-70-72-214 70-68-: 71-74-7D—215 69-73-7:1-215 72-73-70-215 74-7I-70-215 71-72-73—216 71-72-73—216 72-71-73-216 68-76-72-216 71-71-74-216 74-70-7 70-71-7 70-72-74-216 74-66-76-216 71-76-69-216 75-71-70-216 71-75-70-216 PALMER PLEASES THE PEOPLE - Arnie Palmer, Laurel Val ley, Pa., grins as he tips his cap to acknowledge applause of crowd on 18th green after he carded a 9-under-par third round for a 207 for 54 holes in the Philadelphia Golf Classic "m Whitemarsh, Pa., Saturday. He enters the final round today In ti'e wfih Don January of Dallas, Tex. (AP Wirephoto) WE'RE READY |S«# ARE YOU? NO IRONING NEEDED! Orlando j|Dodger Debut I J NEW YORK (DPI)—Don 1 Jonas and Glynn Griffing each I threw two touchdown passes | Saturday night to carry the j'Orlando Panthers to a 49-7 rout j lover Brooklyn and ruin the I i Dodgers' Continental Football [League home debut at Ran- I1 dall's Island. I Griffing's first TD pass I covered 92 yards to Tom Bland j in the third quarter to set a I league record. Sullivan, Swinehart Eye ECC Title Reformatory Boxers Take Nine Places In Atterbury Tournament CAMP ATTERBURY - The Indiana Reformatory Boxing team made its first Golden Gloves tournament appearance here Friday night and won four first runcer-up awan Reformatory winners includ- son, New Castle, Decker and the Pal Club of Indianapolis. Another controversial deci- Phil Sullivan and Rod Swine hart will meet for the Edge wood Country Club golf eham pionship today. Sullivan and Swinehart, bot well known in state golf cii cles advanced to the fina round without too much trouble Sullivan eliminated Bud Ains worth, 5 and 3, in yesterday action, while Dick Mills carrie Swinehart to the 16th hole before losing, 3 and 2. Ainsworth had earlier ouste defending champion Harr Forse, assuring a new clu champion for 1966. Chuck James and Milto Mills Jr. collide for the firs flight title. Jim Woodward an Dow Roush vie in the secon flight, while Jack Brown an Craig Campbell compete in th third flight. Jim Stephens an Don Barnett are fourth fligh finalists, with Tom Taylor an Ben Nelson still alive in th fifth flight. Yesterday's s e m i f i n a matches: Championship Flight Phil Sullivan def. Bud Ains worth, 5 and 3. Rod Swinehart def. Die Mills, 3 and 2. First Flight Chuck James def. Georg Vaught, 2 and 1. Milton Mills Jr. def. Garlani Kuch, 1-up. Second Flight Jim Woodward def. Jack Ef flin, 6 and 5. Dow Roush def. Joe Dunlap 4 and 3. Third Flight Jack Brown def. Glen Hens ,ey, 2 and 1. Craig Campbell def. Mike Martin Sr., 2-up. Fourth Flight Jim Stephens def. Don Harmon, 1-up. Don Barnett def. Virgil Summers, 1-up. Fifth Flight Tom Taylor def. Fred Hurst, 2 andl. Ben Nelson def. Hal Seybert, -up- Major Leaders By United Press International National League G. AB. R. H. Pet. Alou, Pitt 110 405 59139 .343 Clmnte, Pitt 120 503 81164 .326 Stargll, Pitt 112 395 70 12« .324 sion was the Albert Page - KeniAlou, Atl 125 540 91 172 .319 Snider bout. Many observers Canty, AU 116 389 53 123 .136 ......... ~ " ' : place trophies and five thought that' Anderson's Page Santo, rer-up awards. defeated Snider. Both men Allen, boxed at 135 pounds. Chi Phil 120435 76136 .313 109 404 84 126 .312 Clndnn, Pitt 122451 65140.310 ed Sonny Cisco, 146, who won! IR Coach Bob Utter was very : Cepe<h, SiL 108379 53117.309 a three round decision over j unhappy with the show and saidjHelms, Cin 10741756128.307 Leonard Wright, 148, Atterbury, later, "There was no doubt corr- American League in three hectic rounds while Jcerning the winner of the La- Denr.y Bland, 173, IR, knocked] Mai- cut Joe Pochino, 200, in 1:53 Brow Brown and Taylor bouts. G. AB. R. H. Pet. F.Rbsn, Bal 125 467 87 148 .317 of the first round. Brown won all three rounds Oliva, Minn 127 488 76 153 .314 against his man; Taylor and Kaline, Del 108376 72115.306 George Owens, 190, IR, won: LaMar won two of three rounds a default as did IR's Rich; against their opponents." Powell, Bal I Powell, Bal 118 413 73 122 .295 118 413 73 122 .295 88 317 48 92 .290 (The Bomber) Hill, 160 pounds. | Anderson Coach SonnyiRchrdt, Cal IR's Pee Wee LaMar, 118: Wright also was unhappy aboutiWagncr, Cle 118418 63121.289 pounds, was named the out- the decisions rendered. '" " """ ------ - - --Standing fighter of the tourna- -- ' merit as orra judge had him: , , winning all three rounds Kn fl Hfilir WlDC against state bantamweight: UUIU ' IUUI »«"Ii champion Carl Evans, 117, ofiii r I r< i Atterbury. iHODeiU! StOKCS One judge had Claude (Gold-i .' en Boy) Brown all! SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. Rill Tnhin anri RianH «. n rprf' Ulret rounds against Atter-i'AP) — Bold Hour, a front-run- Bill loom and Bland scoied u,,_,, v ,,„„,, %, u...'ninu m n ^f ROM p,,io,. ™™«,i h,, I twice each for the Panthers, 1 who won their second game in I two starts. Tobin scored the I j first touchdown in the opening 1 1 quarter on a 34-yard run and in bury's Herb Thomas but'^S son of Bold Ruler owned by Thomas won the decision. Both :Geol 'ge D. Widener, spoiled the men boxed at 135 pounds. |bid of the Wheatley stable's Another unfavorable decision three-horse ^entry in the $107,700 Mantle, NY 100 315 38 91 .289 Kllbnv, Mill 130 449 64 128 .285 Vlntne, Was. 125 435 67 124 .285 Berry, Chi 116 322 40 91 .283 Home Runs National League: Aaron, Mays, Giants 33; Torre, Braves Allen, Phillies occured when state middle-j H °P eful stakes at Saratoga race) I the second period he took a 32-'| wei i 1 "' champion Jimmy Brow-!™"™ Saturday, beating Mrs.: yard scoring pass from Jonas. der . m - Atterbury. decisioned •«•.<-. Phipps Great 1 I IR's Hard Times Taylor. One''- lengths. Braves 30; Santo, Cubs and Hart, Giants 29. American League: F. Robinson, Orioles 40; Powell, Orioles 33; Pepitone, Yanks 29; Kille- Bland caught the other TD | when Orlando scored three! brew, " Twins and Colavit'o, Indians 28. Power byj Huns Batted In '[ National League: Aaron, Ifcur under iockev' Braves 98; Clemente. Pirates Be™,' toS?V teSi««: AUsn ' P » mies S! >: ™ te . shortly after the start of the 6> 2 i phllues 8D ^ Ma >' 3 ' HAPPY TEXANS - Michael Robinett, Houston, Texas Little League pitcher, is lifted high into the air by his teammates after Houston defeated Wesi New York, N.J., 8-2 in the championship game of fhe Little League World Series at Williomsport, Pa. Robinett was the winning pitcher. (AP Wirephoto) Say Gamblers Are Behind Horse-Doping NEW YORK (UPI)-Three Irooklyn gamblers are believec o be the nucleus of an allegec orse - doping conspiracy ai three New York State harness acing tracks, it was learned aturday. The possible doping of horses ame to light when Brooklyn Mst Atty. Aaron E. Koota announced Friday night a full cale Grand Jury investigation f practices at Yonkers Honticello and Roosevel :aceway. Koota, whose office issuec ome 60 subpoenas at the three racks, said he had the full ooperation of New York Gov. elson A. Rockefeller. A spokesman for Koota's 'fice said it is believed that nree Brooklyn bookies had rovided the funds for the lleged doping and even ar- anged to have drivers position leir sulkies and horses so that unwitting driver might win Swim Marks Fall In Canada Meet VANCOUVER, B.C. (UPI) The spokesman said that ^J"' 13 knocked If seconds iany bookies had refused to ake bets on harness racing, jid often they would refuse to nake bets on certain races at he three tracks, indicating that omething was "wrong or xed." | DldilU l!duym L11U UUH,T I LJ i j,,j^ , , rp , - . ., .. 'aerial from Jonas on an 11-yard l ' dge . had , T f>: lo , r wmn ' n B «*- Bold nliv in Ihp sprnnrl nnaftpr : SeCOnd ancl thlrcl ™ u "ds with Johnny I pla> mjhe ^second^quaito-,, ^ f jrst romld eycn _ ^^ 7 halflime! T ' le summer Golden Gloves!furlong tournament was sponsored by:atoga n • f nlavprl the Cam P Atterbury Jobs Phipps' k r ants Corps ' T cams in lhe tourna- the first one-half mile and had Kiilebrew, Twins 80; nc in the ment besidc - s Atterb »ry and the enough left to turn back the Tigers and Conigliaro, sii •JO-varrl'Reformatory included Ander-'stroteh running Great Power. .79. Koota said the alleged doping f horses was discovered when is investigators were looking i i n t o a possible gangster [takeover of businesses in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Grand Jury has i times to take a 35-7 halflime! Ttle summer Golden Gloves ' furlong race winding up the Sar-l American League: Powell, 'tournament was sponsored by:atoga meeting, disposed of Mrs.jOrioles 98: F. Robinson, Orioles , . the Camp Atterbury Jobs Phipps' Disciplinarian within i9G: B. Robinson, Orioles 85; Horton, Red Sox FOREVER WEAR THEM FRESH FROM THE WASHER j lead | Griffing, who once played | with the New York "' ' I'wound up the scoring j final quarter with a 29-yard | pass to Bill Johnson. .... I The other Orlando touch- CdllrOrnianS No I downs came on a 57-yard run • . I with an interception by BiUjAnQe S. SflV luimj • ,,--,„, *•_, , I Jenkins and a three-yard run' J ' ' lulm -' jstablemate Top Bid for runner- by Pat Batten. Jonas, a former! NEW YORK fAP) — Manager;"? honors. Then came Golden star at Penn State, converted Bill Rigney's California players'Singe, with Disciplinarian last i after each Panther score. ;are no angels as far as the New:in the field reduced to five byjOrioles 12-3; Boswell. Twins Rrnnklvn eol on the score- i Vork Yankees are concerned, i the scratching of Balthazar and land Sanford, Angels 12-5; Watt, boarSSftiftta? first quaSi When the Angels defeated"^ory. Orioles 9-4; Kaat Twins 20-9. on a seven-yard pass from Tom!New York 5-1 Thursday, com- 1 Baez a won in 1964 with Mrs.!x-Mght or twilight games not I Kennedy to Dwain Bean. A plcting a sweep of their three-' PI »PP S ' BoU! Lad and last year (included i .crowd of about 8,000 watched game series, it dropped the :«'H.h Ogdcn Phipps' Buckpasser.j ;the Dodgers lose their second;once-proud Yanks further below! With win betting only, Bold SMITH SIGNS ;straight CFL game. j.500 than they'd been in 41'Hour paid $7.40 after jninmng I • i years. Great Power, will] jockevl I'itcliins Braulio Baeza seeking his third! N ' atl "" ; " 1 * a 8 up: ^,. Ke 8 al1 ' istraighl triumph in the race for! Pagers 12-1: Perry. Giants 20|a Phipps-owned juvenile, edged :! ' , Marietta! Giants 19-a; : .. ff . ._ J... . i= jtaioney, Reds 13-4; Koufax, Dodgers 21-7. American League: McNally, the distance in 1:17 1-5. The vic- Haggai'l "Fore. Duds dreii Slci out of tin Snug- to th» dryer |i NEW YORK j Rosbui'K and Art I only two "name" I PGA tour using I grip. (UPD-Bob : The Angels' viciory was their ^O' was worm 570,005 Mrs CINCINNATI (UPI) -Adrian i- -" i DON Cf CARTER and {MARION IADEW1G UPS rt Wall arc the lOlh in IB games with New York ph 'PP s hati to be ™<'™t witn :game, sig !' Wa^ie [he. fc, ^ ^ ^^. ^.h Great_Power earn- wiu hc ok I ho liket brif. Pr srzo and favorit Waist Sizes 28 to 36 r oo Up TOP THESE OFF WITH A NICE SHIRT OR SWEATER!! If It's for Young Men and Students, You'll Naturally Find It At . . . John Goshring's 922 MERIDIAN Smith, the most valuable player of last year's NBA All-Star ;ncd his sixth contract! ,. „,..,. — , | Cincinnati Royals of; the baseball 1 Yankees have last a season se-,'"S S21.540 and Top Bid $10,/<0.i thc Basketball Associ-! rics to an expansion club The : ''' or Ro ' d "our, who had loslj a ij cnj ^ was announced Satur- 'expansion clubs came into bcingito Great Power in the Nationally record is 56-72. BILL SAYS Auto Drivers Under 25 Now you may quolify for our 20'',-. discount on Auio Insurance if your driving record has bcrn clear for three years. See us for your Discount Rotes, No 'Hjpportinrj coverage needed, Our hudgrt plan is available to you. Brown Agency, Inc. Phon. M3-664I 1314 Main il. American League.' 26 games slx starls - m ' na5 om behind lending Baltimore, and twice. only two in front of last-place Boston. HKC'KIVKS .-\\V.-\RI) CHESTNUT HILLS, WATCH REPAIR • Precision Watch Repairs O Jewelry Repair • Ring Sizing • Remounting Bill McCully Mgr. Repair Dept. HARDIN & BAI.SER Inc. 31-33 fast lllh : ' 4 ' / points for 80 games last year! ' •and wound up third among the 'Royals in total points behind Oscar Robertson and Jerry : Uicas. ,UPI» -Mrs. Billie ^' toS "nk ''a'contnct^t' 10 ^ Moffitt King the 1966 WimbKvj^ season others hKludc ion singles champion, Saturday Ll|caS| Walt W(Sley Jon ilanned to start its investiga- lon beginning Wednesday, Aug 31, and the spokesman said il may take some six months before all the testimony is in and the witnesses heard. Detectives from the DA's office and State troopers servec to subpoenas to drivers owners, trainers, gamblers anc various race track officials a the three tracks Friday night . Of the three tracks involved Yonkers and Monticello are currently open, and Roosevelt Eagles Rally For 24-23 Win Over NY Giants PRINCETON, N.J. U(PI) The Philadelphia Eagles scored twice with less than a minute Koota, the and a half remaining in the is closed. According to , „,„,.„, „. ulc Governor ordered New York final quarter to defeat -the New state troopers to cooperate with the District Attorney's office in the investigation. Robert A. Glassner, chairman of the New York Harness off the world record for the women's 220-yard individual medley at the British Columbia Centennial swimming meet lere Saturday. The record was the seventh established during the competi- 'ion. Earlier Saturday, Don Schol- :ander of Lake Oswego, Ore., who won four gold medals in the 1964 Olympics, took .3 seconds off the world record 'or the 220-yard freestyle race. Elaine Tanner, Vancouver, 3.C., and Karen Muir, Kimber- ey, South Africa, clocked times of 2:32 flat to become co- lolders of the record. Miss Tanner, who held the former record of 2:33.3, was declared winner of the, race, wwever, because she was a ew inches in front of Miss Wuir. ickup 2nil pgli: Schollander, a junior etc. Racing Commission, said thai his commission would cooperate fully Attorney's office. with the District Houston Wins Little League World Series By JOHN TAYLOR WILLlAMSPORT, Pa. (AP)Mike Robinett's strikeout pitching and the hitting of Steve Reeves led Houston, Tex., to an 8-2 victory over West New York, N. J., Saturday for the Little League baseball World Series championship before some 15,000. Houston, trailing 2-0, for the first two innings, scored all of its runs after a one-and-a-half hour interruption to' the game caused by, a thundershower. Reeves, 12, was the leading hitter for Houston with two doubles and a single and four runs batted in. It was Reeves' single soon after play was resumed in the third inning that knocked in the tying runs. Sandy haired Robinett was the winning pitcher, striking out 14 in the six-inning contest. However, he had periods of wildness, walking four, .hitting two batters and throwing two wild pitches. He allowed only five hits. Houston had two runners on base and one out when a sudden downpour forced suspension oE the game. When play resumed, Mark Harding singled to load the bases and Reeves followed with another single, scoring two runs. Robinett drove in what proved to be the winning run when he grounded to third base, enabling Harding to score. The Texans scored threo times in the .fourth on a solo homer by Ray Plumb 3rd, the son of the manager, and a two- riin double by Reeves. David McCaleb added a two-run shot in the fifth for Houston, his second homer of the series. West New York scored its oidy runs in the first inning. Pitcher Mario Ruiz knocked in one with a single and Bruce Sabatini, son of the manager, scored the other on a passed ball. Houston 003 320—8 11 1 W. New York 200 000-2 5 2 Robinett and Schneider; Ruiz HR-Plumb (Houston), McCaleb (Houston). York Giants 23-23 Saturday in a National Football League exhi- jition at Princeton University's Calmer Stadium. Eagle quarterback Norm Snead threw an 11-yard toucb- iown pass to fullback Israel ^ang with 1:13 to go, cutting :he Giant lead to 23-17. Tweiity- 'ive seconds later, Snead hit •lankers Ben Hawkins with a 16-yard touchdown toss after Eagle Ron Medved had recovered Sam Baker's on-side kick. 3aker converted for the winning point. The Giants drove to the Sagle 44-yard line in the final moments but an interception, by Philadelphia's Dave Lloyd ended the threat. Pete Gogolak kicked three field goals for New York, connecting at 47, 33 and 27 r ards and missing a 56-yard attempt. The Eagles capitalized on a Giant error in the third period as Snead tossed a six-yard scoring pass to Ron Goodwin after Philadelphia recovered Oarl Lockhart's fumble of a punt em the Giant nine. The Giants had taken the ead when flanker Homer Jones ook a 15-yard Earl Morrall pass and raced 50 yards to a core and end Aaron Thomas was on the receiving end of a 70-yard pass play. SPORTSMAN'S TEST LINE'S END FREQUENTLY CUT OFF AND RE-TIE BACK CAST FORWARD CAST WHETHER you USESPIU-TACKLS OR BAIT-CASTING OUTFITS, XOUR LINE'S ENP SETS A LOT OF PUNISHMENT FROM CASTING ALL PA* SO, MAKE FREQUENT INSPECTIONS OF THE LINE WHERE IT WEARS AGAINST THE ROD TIP'S GUIDE. rr is WISE TO cut OFF THE ENO AND RE-TIE THE LURE SEVERAL TIMES PURINS A DAY OF CASTIN9. AFTER HOOKINS A FISH (OR \ SNA^) TEST HOOK OR LURE'S KNOT FOR STRENGTH, AND SEE IF LINE OR LEADER HAS BEEU RUBBED WEAK DURING THE PlAtf BARGAINS AlUM. STORM DOORS WELDED WINDOWS JONES MFG. CO. 917 Madison Phono 644-8935 mar received the U.S. Lawn Tennis McGlocklin and George Wilson. Association's £!rd Service Bowl i'' The bowl goes to "the player ,!w'KIGHT iwho vcarly makes the most! BtDAPESI. Hungary UJPI) instablc contribution to the -Hungarian weight lifter Imre [sportsmanship, fellowship and Fi» Icli Saturday set a new service of tennis " i world record in the banlam- Martin L Tresscl, president weight class with a press of of the USLTA, prcsaitcd the 121 - s kilograms <2?2 pounds), award to Mrs. King who wjllj The 27-year-old Hungarian curtail her play as of next ako held the previous record of month when her husband,; 121 kilograms (M7 IBS.), set on Larry, begins studying for a June II. It was his llth new law degree at lhe University of mark since 19fi1. California. *~~~ A 23-year-old Lonfl Roach, N i,; w YO RK (UPI)-Cliick' Calif, nalive, Mrs. king shares r.; vans won tnc , 9 | r , v s the I'SLTA's top ranking for amateur with a 72-holc score of' women with Nancy Richey of 2nr,, n mark that slood for 20 Kan Angclo, Tex. lyoars. BOWLING OUGHT BE EFFORTLESS The most successful hnwl- ers of today use a minimum of strength and a maximum of rhythm and liming. With lhe polished lanes now in use, there is no ntyMl to put a great deal of effort into the bowling action. As you start this season, make it a rule never lo do anything that calls for an unusual amount of effort, and I'm sure you'll improve your average handsomely. WHEN SCORES START slumping, it's lime to get a copy of "Planning, Time and Correcting Your Delivery," I lie booklet hy howling champs Don Carter nnri Marion Ladf- wifi. A copy's yours for 20 cents and a sdf-aildressed, stamped envelope sent lo Don Carter and Marion l.adcwig, e/n National Newspaper Syndicate, 2(1 Nnrtli Wacker Drive, j Chicago fi. III. 25,000 MILE BRAKE SHOES SUNDAY. AUGUST 28, 1966 ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD PAGE 27 HERE'S WHAT We DO: • Reilrw alt four wh«l* • Turn down all drumi • Repack front wfwclj • Rebuild wheel cylinders prt-ieoled SHOCK ABSORBERS long-life MUFFLERS INSTALLED FREE! Front or ri*r quillty sMcki. Aviiiibte lor most popular modtl e»n. By appolntmBit. Q97 7 OM,. «.«. IN. STAUED^ HREEI guallly oxistrefi.' OtMrs It compambfe uvlnsl. ItfHEEL ALIGNMENT 967 Ad fust tM-In, tM-outt Adjust caster* canr- t>«r. Safety steering ch«k. Most cars. By •ppolntmmt. 4" Mrs. Mon.-Sat. 10-10 p.m. - Sun. 12-7 p.m. 81S St. Rd. 67 East Jim Kaat Becomes AL 's 1st 20-Game Winner As Twins Surge Into 3rd Place Out-Duels Peters For 1-0 Shutout CHICAGO (UPI) - Durable Jim Kaat became the first 20- game winner in the American League this season Saturday Blanking the Chicago White Sox 1-0 on three hits to boost the resurgent Minnesota Twins into third place. The 6-4, 225-pound left-handei retired 16 consecutive batters in one stretch while out-dueling Gary Peters, who has lost eight g?mes in row to the Twins without a victory in his four years in the majors. The shutout was the seconc in a row for Kaat and stretched his streak of scoreless innings to 24. He did not yield a hii over the last seven innings striking out a total of seven anc walking two. Singles by cih Rollins, Bob Allison and Ted Uhlaender in the second inning produced the only run Kaat, now 20-9, needec to beat the White Sox for the 18th time against only seven losses during his six big-league seasons. The White Sox threatened in the second inning when Jerry Adair and John Romano hi! consecutive singles. Then Kaal did not allow another base- runner until the seventh, when .he walked Adair with two outs The victory was the 12th this season for the Twins in 13 meetings with the White Sox, and it gave the defending champions a 30-15 won-losl record since the All-Star break the best winning percentage in the A.L. during that period. Minn ab r 11 bl rbl ab r h b Verslles S3 5000 Butord 3b 400 Tovar 2b 5010 Berry If 401 Oliva rf 4000 Agee cf 400 Killebrw Ib 3000 Skowron Ib 4 0 0 Rollins 3b 4130 Adair 2b 201 } 1 0 Romano cf 2 0 1 » 1 0 Hicks rf 300 fl 2 1 Ella ss 200 Battey c Allison If Uhlnder cf Kaat p 3010 Burgess pli 100 Weis 2b Peters p McCraiv Wilhelm M 191 Totals ph 1000 000 ODD 000— 0 LOB-Minnesota 1, Chkag( S-Uhlaendcr. Kaat (W, 20-H) !l Peters tL. 11-10) 8 Wilhelm 1 WP—Peters. PB—romano. T-Z:03. A-H.76H. 1135 000 As a 3-year-old in 1943, horse of the year Count Fleet, won all six of his races. WATCH REPAIR < SERVICE CRYSTALS WHILE YOU WAIT MINOR REPAIRS SAME DAY JENKINS WATCH SHOP $ 15 t. 12lh St. Phone 644-5113 San Francisco Pittsburgh ... Los AnKeles — Philadelphia St. Louis -... Cincinnati Atlanta Houston New York .... Chicago _- -.- American League W I. Pet. Baltimore 82 46 .641 Detroit 69 58 .543 Minnesota 69 61 .531 Cleveland -. 68 62 .523 Chicago 66 64 .508 v-Calilornia 65 83 .508 Washington 60 73 .451 New York 5H 72 .446 x-Kansas City — 56 74 .431 Boston 57 77 .425 HE AND HIS COACH DON'T AGREE - Bob Brown, 295-pound Philadelphia Eagles offensive iackle, flexes his arm muscles at the Eagles' Hershey, Pa., training camp where his coach, Joe Kuharich, says Brown is lhe best Iackle in the National Football League. Brown does not agree, says his goal is to become the best. (AP Wirephoto) Foy Paces Red Sox Over Baltimore BALTIMORE (UPI) -Joe Foy drove in two runs and scored a third Saturday night: to lead the Boston Red Sox to a 1 3-2. victory over the Baltimore Orioles. Foy scored the Red Sox' first, run in the fourth when he 1 doubled off the left field wall ind rode home on Don Demeter's single. He drove across the clinchers in tine fifth with a bases-loaded single. . Baltimore, shut out for eight! finings, jumped on reliever 3illy Short for two runs in the ninth. John McMahon replaced Short and got out of the jam by retiring Russ Snyder on a .„.„., sacrifice fly for the second out!Boston and Frank Robinson on strikeout to end the game Lonhorg, now 7-8. Frank Bertaina, making his first start since being recalled this week from Rochester, took the loss, With one out in the ninth. Larry Haney walked and Paul Blair singled to chase Short, Luis Aparicio singled of] McMahon to score Haney, with Foy 3b Demctei ab r h bl Ballet S 0 0 0 Aparieio i 4122 Snycler cf cf 4011F Rbnsn.rf Cnsliaro rf 3. 0 0 0 B Rnbsn 3b Scott Ib Thomas If Tlllman c The victory went to Jim DP-Ballir Baltimore 10. 3. 2B—Foy. SF—Snyder. I >' jLonborg W.7-1 Short 4010 Powell Ib. 3000 Hall p 4010 Rznvsky ph 2100 Bowens ph 2100 Drbwsky p 0000 Blefary If 0 0 0 0 B Jhnsn 2b Haney c Bertaina p Brbnder p Blair ph-cf 89 3 5 3 Totals 000 120 000— 000 000 1103— LOB—Boston 1 1 3227 'GA PLANS PALM BEACH GARDENS, 'la. (AP) - The PGA an-!£*£' erw -' nounced Thursday the S125,OOOlHaii National Team Championship yill be played here Dec. 7-10. A ield of 120 two-man teams is xpected. h r cr bb 2-3 5005 2-3 1221 2-31000 4 -Or 2 3 3 5 21-32 0 0 1 0002 1 1 0 0 I VENETIAN BLIND LAUNDRY TAPES nnt CORD OjJ Low as **» yd. yd. « JONES MFG. CO. 917 Madison Ave., Ph. 644-8933 WP-Bertaina. Brabender. PB-Tillman ley. T—2:57. A—23,790. SCHMIDT FIFTH FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Curtis Schmidt of Fort Wayne, Ind., was fifth with 3,845 Saturday heading into the final qualifying round of the Professional Bowler's Association S27.500 Fort Smith Open, finals are Sunday. Match play The naturally right time to improve your iawn HURRl! 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Keliey, Carty , Lead Braves Over NY Mets ATLANTA (UPI) -Rookie oriton lefthander Dick Kellcy gave up only two singles and Rico Carty hit a two-run homor to give the Atlanta 'Braves a 3-0 victory over the New York Mets Saturday night The 26-year-old Kelley, called up from the minors barely a month ago, turned in his first complete game and first shutout of his brief nrajor league National League W L Pel. 76 53 75 53 73 54 69 62 66 62 64 65 61 66 59 70 56 74 44 .5E3 .586 .575 .527 .516 .457 .431 .344 12 14 17 20', 31 V, x-Late game not included. Pacific Coast League (Yesterday's games not in stand- Ings ) W L Pet. CB Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Tulsa 78 56 .582 . ndianapolis 74 61 .548 4',i Phoenix 74 61 .548 415 Denver 72 64 .527 7 Diego ._. G5 70 .581 13>i Oklahoma City . 55 79 .410 23 Western Division W L Pet. GB Seattle 78 58 .574 — Vancouver "7:1 64 .533 5!i Spokane 68 68 .500 10 Portland --•- 63 74 .460 I5'i Hawaii 59 76 .'437 18>,i Tacoma 54 82 .397 24 FRIDAY'S RESULTS National League Pittsburgh 7. St. Louis i Atlanta G. New York 3 Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 0 Houston 9-7. Chicago 84 (1st suspended game from Aug. 11) Los Angeles 4. San Francisco 0 American League New York 6, Detroit 5 Baltimore 3, Boston 2 (12 innings) Washington 1, Cleveland 0 Minnesota 7, Chicago 4 California 5. Kansas City 4 Pacific Coast League Tulsa 9, Indianapolis 5 Denver 4, San Diego 3 (10 innings) Tacoma .1. Hawaii 2 Phoenix 3. Oklahoma City 2 Vancouver 5. Portland 4 (18 innings) Seattle 2, Spokane 1 (18 innings) National League Cincinnati 14-8, Philadelphia 7-7 St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 1 San Francisco 4, Los Angeles 2 Atlanta 3. New York 0 Houston 5. Chicago 4 American League. Washington 3. Cleveland 1 Minnesota 1, Chicago 0 New York 11. Detroit 1 Boston 3. Baltimore 2 Kansas City at California, West Coast game TODAY'S SCHEDULE National League New York (Ribant 9-5) at Atlanta (Lemaster. 11-8) Philadelphia (Jackson 12-12) at Cincinnati (Maloney 13-4) Pittsburgh (Law 9-6 and O'Dell 4-4) at St. Louis (Washburn 9-7 and Chicago (Hands 8-12) at Houston (Dierker 6-6) Los Angeles (Button 10-11) at San Francisco (Perry 20-3) American League Minnesota (Grant 1(^13 and Perry 7-5) at Chicago (Howard 6-4 and Lamabe 7-6). 2 Cleveland (Siebert 14-7) at Wash ington (Richer! 12-12) Boston (Brandon 4-oj more (Palmer 14-7) Detroit (Lolich 13-8) York (Peterson 9-9) at Balti Neiv career while getting his fourth 3 ' 6 victory against two defeats. Ron Hunt slapped a single off the glove of Eddie Mafchews to lead off the Met's fourth inning and Kejley had retired 17 men Kansas City (Krausse 10-7 or Nash 71) at California (Newman Pacific Coasf Leagm San Diego at Denver Oklahoma City at Phoenix Vancouver at Portland Hawaii at Tacoma (2 Indianapolis at Tulsa (2) Seattle at Spokane (2) Lemon Dominates Sun Valley Events Paul Phipps of Anderson and John Keller of Elwood captured last night's Sun Valley Figure-8 races, but Bill Lemon of Anderson was the man of the evening. Lemon finished fifth in the first feature race, second in the other and captured three of the five preliminary heat races. Bill Rumler of Anderson was second in the first Figure-8, ! followed by localite Hay Podes- a row before Ed Bressoud ingled sharply to let with two out in the ninth. Carty's home run, his 10th of he year, came with two out in lie fourth inning and with Mathews, who had singled, aboard to break up a pitching duel between Met's rookie righthander Dick Selma. The Braves chased Selma in the next inning when Felipe Alou ripped a double down the left 'ield line scoring Dennis Menke, who had led off with a walk. The loss was the sixth of tie year against three victories 'or Selma. Kelley was never in danger of iki, Mike Keller of Elwood and leing scored upon except in IheJLemon. fourth inning when he commit-] Following the other Keller ted two errors on a sacrifice by am } Lemon in the second fea- Bressoud after Hunt's hit to put ture were Bob Wyman of Mun- men on first and thrid with nojcje^Gene Weaver oi Elwood and one out. But Mathews threw I Sonny Schultz of Anderson. Hunt out at home on aj Lemon's heat races came in grounder by Oleon Jones and j thre e different ears. Don Cox of that was it for the Mets. chesterfield and Bill Franklin b j|of Elwood won the other open- ojers. Jl Anderson drivers John Fraw- 2<ley, Herb Rose and Bob Sim- Jjjmons all were injured slightly " in a pileup during the first Figure-8 and were taken to St. John's Hospital where they were expected to be treated and released. r 1] hi .\ll.i Taylni- KrnpiK Sdim II) II 1 ft MiUli I) l> n Aanm r II il II Tunv i' ii n n r;<tt> if II II 0 .Imirs <-f ft II II (iL'i^rr i- ft II 0 -McnkL- -si 000 \Vihv , t |-il ft 0 0 0 Kellcy p Murphy ph 1 0 (1 0 Terry p ft n d I) Grole ]>h 1 (Ml n Totals 27 I) 'J 0 Totals New Vork Alliinlii lv-Kelley 2. 'I 110ft llfto (MM! 210 York 2. , \Vfinil\\anl HH- Cai Selma [.. :t-rt Kelley T-J:ll 0 I 0 ft 1 0 H3 X m— nj ix— :t llnnla !0). S Former school teacher Rives McBee of Midland, Tex., formerly caddied for Billy Maxwell, Don January and Joe Conrad. McBee shot a 64 in the second round of the 1966 U. S. Open to tie the tournament record for one round. CITY SOFTBALL CHAMPS — Community Cenfer, above, downed the City All-Stars recently for the girls' saftball championship, 17-8, af Ferguson Field. Team members, from left, include-, front row, Cor/of/a Crumes, Rachael Rollins, Marilyn Jones, Paula Taylor and Cheryl Wright; middle row, Jean Broac/nax, Alberta Hendricks, Belinda Broodnax, Debbie Wright and Mrs. Wright, manager; back row, John Edwards, coacn/ Esther Stamp, Tino demons, Mary Broadnax and Dennis Cox, coach. {Herald Phofo) Andretfi Wins USAC Big-Car Event Draw County Softball Meet The drawing for the Madison •County Softball Tourney was | held last night as six teams i were paired off in the event, [one of the smallest fields il i many years. i Pepsi-Cola and Indiana Reformatory kick off the tourney • Monday night at 6:40. South Meridian faces Chesterfield at 8:10 in the second game. Two games will be held each night until the field in tha double-elimination event is whittled to three teams. Infield i practice will be taken prior to game time. i The remainder of the first round schedule includes: Tuesday - 6:40, Alibi vs. Eagles; 8:10, Monday's losers. Wednesday — 6:40, Monday's winners; 8:10, Winner Gome 4 vs. Loser Games 3. WIFE FLOORS FLOYD NEW YORK (UPI) -Former heavyweight champion Floyd | Patterson was divorced by his 'wife, Sandra, because she allegedly wanted him to give up his career as a fighter. Patterson, who is scheduled to fight Henry Cooper in London during September, and his wife were divorced on July •8 in Juarez, Mexico, according to the fighter's lawyer, Julius November. Use Bulletin-Herald Classifieds MILWAUKEE, Wfe. (AP) Mario Andretti, U.S. Auto Club defending champion, changed leads with Gordon Johncock several times Saturday before winning a 200-mile USAC Indianapolis car race. Andretti led the first three laps, yielded the lead to Johncock the next 10, led the 14th to 76th, and took the lead for good from Johncock on the 107th. Johncock, of Hastings, Mich., ran out of fuel on the final lap and coasted across the finish line behind Andretti. The race time was one hour, 55 minutes and 10.088 seconds. Andretti, of Nazareth, Pa., Johncock and the next three finishers all drove rearjengine Fords. Third was Loe Leonard of San Jose, Calif. Jim McElreath of Arlington, Tex. was fourth, and Billy Foster of Victoria, B.C., was fifth. The race, with a $49,365 purse at the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds, had been postponed by rate from last weekend. Johncock kept his No. 1 spol in the standings, but Andretti picked up 400 points for the vic- .ory and hiked his runner-up to-|$7,565, Leonard $3,803, tal to 2,040. Johncock got 320 and has a 2,090 total. AndretU's average speed was 104.061 miles an hour on the mile track. Finishers in order: Antiretti $14,548, Johncock the first few holes and had several Gloria Ehret Takes Glass City Classic Lead With 142 Total TOLEDO, Ohio (UPI) Gloria Ehret of Danbury, Conn., fired a one over par 72 Saturday to take the lead of the $25,000 Glass City Classic with a total of 142 for the 36 holes. The 18-hole finals of the richest event on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour will be tield Sunday at the Highland Meadows gold course. The young swinger, who never won a tourney on the LPGA tour, said she was scared on Saturday, birdie putts that failed to drop 'i. But she still had a one-stroke lead on the field in her drive 'or a first title. The runnerup was Sandra Haynie of Ft.! Worth, Tex., with an even parj 71. ! Another stroke back at 144 was Mary Lou Daniels of St. Louis, who carded a 72 Saturday. Mickey Wright of Dallas, Tex., the uncrowned queen of :he LPGA tour before taking a jrief hiatus last year, slumped :o a 75 after the lead with a 69 Friday. 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