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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1968 PAGE 49 FROSH NEW CADET HEAD MAN WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) Tom C?hill was elevated to head football coach at Army Wednesday. The 46-year-old Cahill, who "has been West Point'' freshman coach since 195?, succeeds Paul Dietzel. ;"It's a relief to know the indecisive situation is over," said Ca--hill, who has been acting head L'coach for some five weeks. "I'm vvery pleased. In eight years I've s gotten to know the people here J- and the Military Academy pret- vty well. J "As for Army football, the! JACK DOANE SPORTS EDITOR : A Year-Long Wonder why that Wisconsin politician (his name -is Eugene Grobschmidt) isn't screaming again this year that the Braves' players are lying down on the job and not giving their best? He did last year. : Even in their worst moments last year the Braves weren't as sickly as they have been recently, and ' they'll discover rapidly folks in the South don't like a loser any better than they do in that wasteland !from whence they came. It is a bit early to launch a "Let's Gid Rid of : Bragan" campaign, although this observer is inclined to agree with the fellow who recently was quoted as saying, "Anybody who can finish fifth with the collec-' tion of hitters the Braves had last year has no busi- ness being kept as manager." ' What actually happened last year was that the C Braves went into a tailspin the last month of the season and fell all the way from first to fifth. Apparently, they haven't come out of the slump yet. Prior to Wednesday night's game with Cincinnati, the Braves had dropped five in a row, three to the v Reds. Playing the Braves is a cure-all for Cincinnati. The Reds won 12 of 18 from the Braves last year, five of the wins registered to the name of one Jim Maloney. The Rctls' Favorite Cousins , The Braves spend half their time praising the Reds and aying they'll win the pennant if they can finish in front of them. Maybe it's time the players ended their almost child- like adulation of the Reds and started concentrating on beat- ing them. Everybody else has. The Reds crept into Atlanta Monday with a 7-14 record, completely embarrassed by the Dodgers on television Satur- day, Maloney nursing a sore arm and Manager Don Heffner frantically juggling his lineup every day. Deron Johnson, the majors' RBI king last year with 130, was on the bench with a microscopic batting average and only two runs driven in. Gordy Coleman was no longer playing. Pete Rose had been shifted back to second base, ending the - experiment of shifting him to third and putting rookie Tommy Z Helms at second. Helms went to third. E Rose came to Atlanta hitting a woeful .200 and promptly collected nine hits in 14 at bats in the first three games of - the series. Maloney figured the time was ripe to test his ailing wing and three-hit his cousins in the first game of a ,1 Tuesday night doubleheader. Before that Tuesday night drubbing was over, Bragan - was the target for a chorus of boos from Atlanta fans, only 1 14,000 of whom showed up. Of course, when you get only aeven hits in two games while the opponent is getting 16 runs, the manager can't be all to blame. But Bragan's con-'; atant lineup Juggling and switching during games is beginning to wear thin. Bragan Thinks He's 1- Bragan acts like he minks he's Casey Stengel, but he doesn't have the bench Casey had in the good old days with the Yankees. Even if he did, Bragan hasn't shown he has the master's touch in platooning and substituting. He got himself in such a jam in one game recently he wound up having to play Hank Aaron at second base. This isn't cata- strophic, for Aaron was a second baseman when he went to the majors. That's where he played at Jacksonville in the South Atlantic League back in the early fifties when Mont- gomery was In the Class A circuit. 5 Bragan may have ruined his best pitcher the first game of the season when he let Tony Cloninger go 13 innings , against the Pirates. That's a long way for a fellow to go at night the first day of the season. Cloninger takes the blame for that, saying he begged to be allowed to stay in because he wanted so much to go all the way and win the first game - played in Atlanta. Regardless, a manager has to make the decisions, and obviously Bragan made the wrong one. Cloninger Tias been bombed in every appearance since the opener. Trouble with the Braves is they only worry about how many home runs they hit. Stories come out of Atlanta quoting r the players on how the ball carries in the new stadium. Ap-j parently, it carries well, for the club leads the majors in home runs and nothing else. Even Aaron has gotten into the act. He has hit nine home runs and is scoring a lot of runs, but he hasn't done much else. His batting average threatens 5 the .230 level, and that's 60-70 points higher than Eddie " Mathews is hitting. 2 Injuries haven't helped the Braves any. Mack Jones 2 hasn't played yet. Gene Oliver is handicapped by a bad knee which apparently is going to require surgery. Frank Boiling j has a bad leg and hasn't hit when he's been able to play. Regardless, Bragan had better get the club winning soon ' or that spring rumor that Billy Hitchcock would be managing ' by July might come true. t Tigers Send Hiller, Sullivan To Minors : CLEVELAND (AP) - The r Detroit Tigers announced Wednesday they have cut catch, 'er John Sullivan and pitcher ! John Hiller to bring ttieir roster to the required limit of 25 play- ers. J Hiller, 24, was optioned to Sy-t racuse. He was brought up from Montgomery last September and pitched two innings in relief on April 17 against Washington. COACH CAHILL kids are the same ones the pre vious staff had, so we don't an-1 ticipate any big change." Dietzel left the Army job abruptly last month to become football coach and athletic! director at the University of: South Carolina. Length or terms of CahilPs contract were not disclosed. Dietzel left on April 6, taking five of his six varsity assistants with him. Spring practice was t.n havp starfpH thrpa Anvc lafpr but was postponed a week and! Cahiu was put m charge. Drills will end this Saturday night Slump Stengel JERRY GIBSON 1 y.-y-fT-T HJljjM fS it "x 1 1 iV 3? . . . I f . wtt I ' IL-- ?js.l WHITT TRANSMISSION COMPANY 209 MADISON AVE. PH. 262-0470 with the annual spring intra-squad game. Army's first choice as a new coach was Bobby Dobbs, a Cadet fullback during the World War II vears and now coach at Texas Western. He turned the job down. West Point brass talked with several other candidates before settling on Cahill. Cahill coached for 12 years at the Manlius, N.Y., prep school and at Riverdell High School in Oradell, N.J., before coming to Army. He is a graduate of Niagara University. Perry, SF To Standings Southern League WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Macon S. Knoxvills i Columbui I, Evantvillt 2 Mobile 4. Asheville 1 MONTGOMERY , charlotte 5 (10 in-Behind niogs) Lest i I 10 10 10 12 II Pet. .700 .556 .524 .524 .474 .429 Macon AshevUla Evansvilla Columbua Knoxvitle Mobile MONTGOMERY ...14 ..JO ...11 ...11 ... ... 3 J'i 3Vt Vt S'i 400 400 Charlotte ... I 12 THURSDAY'S GAMES MONTGOMERY at Charlotte Columbua at Evaniville Aaheville at Mobile Knoxville at Macon National Leasee WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Houston 6. New York 4 Lob Angeles S, Philadelphia 0 San Francisco 6. Pittaburgh 1 Atlanta I. Cincinnati 1 St. Louis at Chicago, rain Woa teat Pet. Behind 9tn Francisco 7 .741 Houatnn 1 11 .S93 4 PltUbarrt 14 10 .583 4.V Lol Ansrlfi . 15 13 .556 S Philadelphia . 11 11 .500 t"t Atlanta 14 15 .483 7 New York Tl .450 7' Cincinnati 10 1$ .400 St. Louia 14 ,31 Chicago .. - 6 II .250 12'. Thursflay's Games Houston (Farrell 2-1) at New York (Hamilton), night Los Angeles iDrysdale 2-3) at Philadel phia (Bunning 3-1), night San rranctsco (Manchal e-0) st Pitts burgh (Veake 3-1), night Atlanta (Hianngan 1-2) at St. Louis (Jarkaon 1-1). Only gamea scheduled American League WEDNESDAY'! RESULTS Chicago 3, Baltimore 2, 11 Innings Kansas Citr 6. Boston 5. 10 innings New York st Minnesota, rain and cold Detroit at Cleveland, rain and cold California 7, Washington 4, 10 Innings Won Lost Prt. Behind Raltimore .16 5 .72 - Cleveland 15 5 .750 14 Detroit 14 .609 3 California 14 10 .583 3"t Chicago 12 9 .571 4 Minnesota 10 .474 Washington 14 .34 I I Kansas City I 15 ,34a J New York 7 It ..304 10 Boston .... .... 7 17 .2fl lOVi Tharsday's Gamea Washington (Ortega M at California (M. Lopei 2-2). night New York (Peterson 1-1) at Minnesota (Grant 2-2 or Kaat 1-3), light Detroit (McLain, 4-1) at Cleveland (Mc Dowell 44) night Chicago (Howard 1-0) at Baltimore (Bertaina 1-0), night Only games scheduled. Balk Gives White Sox 3-2 Win Over Orioles BALTIMORE (AP) - Gene Brabender, making his first major league appearance for Balti- CHICAGO BALTIMORE abrhbt abrhbl Bnford 2b 5 010 Aparlclo ss 2 0 0 0 FRoblnsn tl 5 0 11 Held ss 2 0 0 0 Cater If 5 0 10 Bletary 4 110 Skowron lb 4 10 0 FRobinsn tl 4 0 0 0 lluzhardt p 0 0 0 0 RRnbinsn 3b 5 1 2 1 Freest 3b 4 0 10 DJohnson 7b 4 0 0 0 MNrtney e 3 0 10 RJohnson lb 4 0 1 1 Wets or 0 10 0 Blair ct 5 0 2 0 Martin e 1 0 0 0 Etchehrn e 3 0 0 0 Aea ct 3 0 0 0 McNally p Bureess ph 1 0 0 0 Drabosky p Berry cf 1 0 0 0 S.Miller p Hansen ss 2 110 Lau ph John P 2 0 0 0 Bowens ph Romano ph 10 11 Branendr p Horlrn pr 0 0 0 0 Snyder ph i o i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fisher p 0 0 0 0 Ward ph 1 0 0 0 Hlesina p 0 0 0 0 Piztaro p 0 0 0 0 Looker p 0 0 0 0 McCraw lb 10 0 0 Total 3 3 Ti Total SI 7 2 Chlrass 0000000200 1-1 Baltimore ...III 200 000 0 0-2 DP-Chicaw 2. Baltimore I. LOB-Chirairo 9, Baltimore 10. 2B-B. Robinson, McNally. Buford. SB-Freese. S Blefary. IP H RERBBSO John 7 5 2 2 4 Fisher 1 0 0 0 0 HlKg-ins 1-31002 Piizaro 1 1-3 0 0 0 2 Ueker (W.3-2) 1-3 0 0 0 0 Buzhardt 1 10 0 0 McNally 7 2-3 6 2 2 1 Drabowsky 1 0 0 0 3 IS.Miller 1-3 0 0 0 0 Brabender (I.0-1) . 1 11114 HBP By Brabender (Hansen), WP-Higeins. BALK-Brabender. T-3:27. A-10,003. COMPLETE TRAVEL INFORMATION! Get esm plats travel Informs Ilea, maps, mutes to meet jeer r q n I r a-ments. motel reo smmendat Idas, reser s a 1 1 a s. Phone, write sr V see John B. Prly. JL. stt, Jr. DIt. ALABAMA MOTORISTS ASSOCIATION ill Mantfsmary M. Ph. 145-1237 WHITT TRANSMISSION COMPANY SPRING TUNE-UP SPECIAL All ArJjujtmentj I Fluid Chonge $10.95 SaHtfaction Guaranteed kit HIHBIKHBt rfrrif f V. TOM CAHILL New Army General Mays Guide 10th In Row PITTSBURGH . AP) Gavlord Perry pitched a six- hitter and Willie Mays hit his 514th career homer as the first place San Francisco Giants rolled to their tenth straight victory weanesaay burgh Pirates b-1. The victory was the fifth this season for Perry, who has yet to lose. He struck out seven and walked three. Mays' two-run homer in the ninth provided me final Giant runs. Tom Haller's double off Pirate starter Don Schwall scored Len Gabrielson and Mays with two Giant runs in the first. Ga brielson had drawn a walk and reached second when uurd baseman Bob Bailey threw wide; after taking Mays' ground ball. The Giants picked up two more runs in the sixth off Pirate reliever Pete Mikkelsen. Haller doubled and scored on Jesus Alou's single. Alou, who took second on the throw home, then scored on Perry's single to right. Perry forced home the only Pirate run in the fourth when he Aaron Raps Pair, Braves Rip Reds ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Hank Aaron snapped Atlanta out of a five-gams losinrr streak Wednes- day night with a pair of homers that drove in five runs and sent Helms 3b 4020 f.aioo u 5110 Henry " 4000 ZX I X J U the Braves to a 8-1 victory overfcib , 0 0 0 ojj. 32,0 V" Cincinnati. IShamaky rt 4 1 1 1 Torre c 4 111 w?,P ri, J 5 2 , ui . , 1ntu! Perez lb 4 0 0 0 Thomas lb 3110 Tn(.., , , t"?! " ",? 2 J S Aaron's blasts were his 10th Edwards 4 , , o Mathews 3b 3111 rJl'm w 11(1 7 Tota,,,M ' , and 11th of the season, and gave iwohnson u 4000 Roiling 21, 4 0 0 0 Etansril ; - - Z m 00-S him 10th place on the all-time 7 - SS? J, lAT&-Jkc?mm 1 t v., ...:,u i n u.jl.. :.i a nu... , , , i.('K-toinmbus 8, Evansvflle 7. flume run USl Willi iw. lie been tied with Duke Snider atjs,S Pi Jooo 407. Arriso P 0 0 0 0 rial u it tin. a tnvriuu onvti utvi the left field wall in the first inning, and slammed a three-run drive to the same spot in the fifth. Catcher Joe Torre hit a solo homer his eighth this year in the third inning and Tony Clon- more, balked home Bill Skow- ron with the winning run in the 11th inning and gave the Chicago White Sox a 3-2 victory over the Orioles Wednesday night. Brabender, who, came on in the 10th got into trouble in the 11th when he walked Skowron and was touched for a single by Gene Freese. Two outs later, he lost his control again and filled o me Dases Dy niuing iton Hansen 0 with n nitrh . r oeoo men, with lorn McCraw bat- 000 oitnlS Brabender stopped his mo- 1 o o o lion as he was winding up, and was called fox a balk and Skowron trotted home. DISCOVER A WHOLE NEW with durable, 0 SEA SCOPE... rubber mask fits any face... lets you see below without snorkel tube ZIP SLED... for Aquaplaning. . .Water Skiing SWIM-SURFER. for Body Surfing. . . Swimming (pah. - WlcJOwt, 9nc. 17 COMMERCE ST. Hand ley's Puts Rebs CHARLOTTE (AP) - A run-scoring single by catcher Jim Handley and stout relief work by infielder-turned-pitcher Mike Marshall carried Montgomery to a 6-5 victory over Charlotte in 10 innings Wednesday nignt. Handley, hitless in four pre vious trips, singled off Charlotte reliefer liarlana anuueu io score ex-Hornet Ed Olivares, with the winning run in the top of the 10th. It was the second straight for Montgomery over: the Hornets. iugm uuwmug me x ma issued a bases-loaded walk to Donn Clendenon after Gene Alley and Willie Stargell had singled and Jim Pagliaroni had walked. SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH ab r h bl ab r h bi Fuentes 2b 5 0 10 M.Alou cf 4 0 0 0 Gabrielsn lb 3 2 2 0 Alley ss 412 0 Mays cf 5 2 12 Clemente rf 4 0 10! Hart 3b Haller c J.Alou if Brown rf 3 0 10 Stargell If 4 0 10 4 12 2 Paglaroni c 2 0 1 0 5 13 1 Clndenon lb 3 0 11 2 0 0 0 Mazroski 2b 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Bailey 3b 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 Schwall p 1 0 0 0, Mikkelsn p 1 0 0 0! Lanier ss Ferry p DRoberts ph 1 0 0 0 McBean P 0 0 0 0 Total 34 6 12 6 Total 32 1 6 1 San Francisco .. 200 002 002-4 Pittsburgh E -Bailey, Pittsburgh . 000 100 000-1 DP -San Francisco 1, 4. LOB -San Francisco , Pittsburgh 7. 2B-Haller 2). Gabrielson Alley, Pagliaroni. 3B-Hart. HR-Mays (9). S-Brown. IP H RERBBSO Perry (W, 5-0) 9 6 113 Schwall L, 1-1) ... 4 1-J 5 2 0 4 2 Mikkelsen ..... .. 2 2-3 3 1 2 2 1 McBean 2 4 2 2 1 3 WP-Schwall, Perry. T-2:40. A-4,373. inger evened his record at 3-3 with late inning help from Chi Chi O ivo. cwclnnati atlanta F " Davidson p 0 0 0 0 Ulivo P Tolal 34 1 7 1 Total 33 8 1 I Cincinnati 000 001 00 0-1 Atlanta 301 030 Oil-I E-Cardenas. LOB-Cincinnati 0, Atlanta 5. 2R-Thomas. HIl-Aaron 2 (11), Torre. (8), Shamsky (St. IP H RERBBSO Ellis (L.l-5) 4 6 7 6 2 3 Davidson 2 2 0 0 0 21 Arriso .2 0 112 2 Cloninger (W.3-3) . 7 1 12 4 Olivo 2 10 0 0 WP-Arriao. T-2:20. A- 8,140. Falcon, Buc Golfers Tied Ed Sullivan of Floyd and Paul; Corwin of Bellingrath were tied for the lead after 18 holes of play in the 27-hole City Junior High School golf tournament. Each had 75s. Ricky Albright of Cloverdale was third at 77 and Mac Barnes of Cloverdale fourth at 80. The tournament will conclude with nine more holes Thursday at Colonial Acres Country Club. Cloverdale has a nine-stroke edge in team standings with 331. Floyd is second at 342 and Bellingrath third at 343. Baldwin, Capitol Heights and Good-wyn trail in order. WORLD OF FAMILY FUN extra buoyant 19.95 SPLASHER... Kick-Pull-Swimboard 262-1908 3.98 9.95 Marshall, making his third appearance since Manager Wayne Blackburn decided to experiment, with him as a pitch er, got into deep trouble in the bottom of the 10th as the Bees put runners on second and third with none out. But Marshall retired Bill Hess on a bouncer to first base, struck out pinch-hitter Ron Theobald and got Jim Jenkins on a fielder's choice nlav to squirm out ot the lam and re cord his first win against no 10SS2S. The loss went to Shifflett, Staub, Wyim Homers Put Astros By Mets NEW YORK (AP) - Rusty,and knocked out Astro starter Staub and Jim Wynn walloped home runs, helping the Houston Astros down the New York Mets 6-4 Wednesday night. Wynn's three-run shot in the fifth inning against Met starter Tug McGraw erased a 3-2 New York lead and put Houston on top to stay. Staub hit a two-run homer in the third, giving the Astros a 2-! 1 lead. But New York rallied Southern Boxes KNOXVILLE MACOV abrhbl ab r h hi Thomp'n If 4 1 1 0 Shoe'ker 2b 5 0 1 1 oplinger 2b 5 1 3 0 Watkins If 3 1 1 1 Fender'n cf 5 0 2 1 Kolinsky cf 4 0 2 0 masnore 3b 5 0 10 Harry rf 3 10 1 Swanson rf 5 0 11 Halver'n ss 4 0 0 0 Alvarez lb 3 0 0 0 Lucas 3b 4 110 Meadows ss 4 0 2 0 C'mpbell lb 3 1 t 1 Burrows c 4 0 10 Griffin c 2 10 0 Noriesa p 1 0 0 0 Harrell p 0 0 0 0 Fox ph 0 0 0 0 Raffo p 3 0 0 0 aecnsi p I u u u Keller ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 38 2 11 2 Tntnla 1MT1 Knoxville 100 000 0012 Macon IM 000 10j-5 K - swanson, Campbell. DP-Macon LOB-Knoxvillo 12, Macon 8. 2B - Watkins. Camnbell. 3Hfamn. bell. SB-Kolinsky. IP H R ER RR SO Noriega (L) ... 3 6 4 4 4 3 Secrist 5 1112 7 Harrell 1 3 110 1 Raffn (W) 8 8 112 7 HBP-By Raffo (Alvarez). WP-Secrini (2). PB-Criffin. T-2:25. A-355. COLUMBUS EVANSVILLE ahrhhl abrhbl Trulock 5b 4 2 10 Fernan'z 2b 2 0 0 0 Kenney ss 5 110 Queen 3b 3 0 0 0 Whitaker rf 5 3 3 5 Frank'n If 4 0 2 0 paima if 5 0 1 0 ctiasteen rt 4 0 0 0 r..CI J ? 4000 Boytr-3j j -j I vB Franklin 2, McDonald. Rndri- ?nez. Tnielnelt. 3B-Wnofl. McDonald. Kirk. HR-Whitaker 2. SF-Rodrieuer. IP H R ER BR SO MnrnllT (L. 1-5) . 4 4 3 3 5 4 'Seeer 1 2 110 1 Nottte .. ... 2 4 4 4 0 2 Henry fW, 2-1) '52 1 2 6 HBP-Fernandez fnv Henrv), McDonald fhy Nottle). WP-Murphy. T-2:15. A-308. AS!IEVrU,F! MOBILE ahrhhl ahrhhl James 2b 5 0 10 Bnrire If 3 0 11 Solomn rf 3 0 0 0 Vowlin 2b 3 110 Robrtsn 3b 4 0 1 0 Monday cf 4 1 2 2 Leonrd lb 3 0 11 Lchmn c 4 0 0 0 Taylor ! 3 0 10 Wnlcik rf 3 110 If 3 0 0 0 Srhwrtz lb 10 0 1 Vanzin If Hushes ss Fiorala p Larsen ph McGvlnr p Grnfld ph Totals Asheville 3 0 0 0 Bando 3b JOOO 2 0 0 0 Driscoll ss 4 110 1 0 0 0 Edertn p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 1-4 1 Totals 2 4 4 000 100 000-1 .- O0O031-0OT-4 TP-Asheville 1; LOB-Mnbile 7. Mobile E-Schartz! .A-sheville 9, ?B-DriscoIl, Robertson 2: 3B-Wojcik: HR-Monday: S-Eriserton, Solomine. Taylor; SF -Barge, Schwartz. IP H R ER BB SO Ediierton (VI) . 9 6 113 13 Florella O,) .. t 4 4 4 4 5 McGilvary 2 2 0 0 2 1 T-2:40; A-429. WILBANKS CUSTOM VITA-TUFF RETREADS 6.50x13 7.00x14 BBrtainii $7S5 r rvLmi u m piu ti EW TIRE Appearance Mileage Better Guarantee LESS THAN Vi NEW TIRE COST 6 70i1S 7 30x14 8" 7.10x13 8.00x14 g3 fflss Tax (Block, Retoppable, Exchange) WhiHwalls $1.00 More EASY TERMS U TO 12 MONTHS 1LBA1S FACTORY WAREHOUSE DISTRIBUTORS 20S 432 N. Decatur Jefferson St. WsrsSMS Oatlsts alss la Ales City and Greenville Single -tn lQth Over Bees, 6-5 now 1-1 The run was only the cppnnrl oarnprl ennro nffaincf fhpiels' John Skulley ... tnarioue reuet ace tnis year. Right fielder Bill Fulk with four for five and shortstop Bill Davidson with three for five led the 12-hit Montgomery at tack. Larry Rojas had two hits, giving the top three batters nine safeties for the night Minnie Mendoza had three for four for the losers, Charlotte and Montgomery conclude their four game series here Thursday night. The Hornets will pitch left hander John Robin Roberts with three hits and a sacrifice fly producing two runs HOUSTON NEW YORK ah r h bl h r h hi Morgan 2b 2 10 0 Hunt !h Kit S.Jackson ss 4 1 1 0 Bressoud ss 3 0 0 1 wynn cf 4 113 Boyer 3b 4 0 11 Nicholson rf 4 0 2 0 Stuart lb 4 0 11 Gentile lb 4 12 0 C.Jones cf 4 0 0 0 Asprmnte 3b 3 0 0 1 Lewis rf Jin Bateman c 3 110 Hickman If 3 0 2 1 staub If 4 112 Grote o 3 0 0 0 n.nooris p i o o o stephnsn ph 10 0 0 Latman p 3 0 0 0 McGraw p 1110 Owens p 0 0 0 0 Murphy ph 10 0 0 Kearnrth p 0 0 0 0 Hiller ph 10 0 0 Eilers p 0 0 0 0 Kranpool ph 10 0 0 Total 32 i t i Total 33 4 4 Houston 002 031 000-4 "ira 10 2 000 1004 c-co ver, s. Jackson. DP - Houston 1 INewvork 2. LOB-Houston 3, New York b-iwis, (ientile, Hickman. HR-Staub (21, Wynn (5). SF Bressoud, Aspromonle. IP H B ER BB SO n Korjerts 2 1-3 6 3 3 0 2 unman tw, 2-2) 6 1-3 2 112 Owens 1-3 0 0 0 0 McGraw (L, 1-3) ..5 0 5 5 1 Bearnarth 2 1111 Eilers 2 10 0 0 WP-Bearnarth. PB Bateman. 1 2:28. A- 9,842. FREE INSPECTION for toy make car lar lades: brake Hfltta, molar. transmHulon, exhaust, eleetrlral, anftpniMlan at m obligation. TRANSMISSIONS pcla Hint Ion by Be ward Rapp, II jm experfenr. Cmptt ant wrrlrc! RUSSELL'S SAFETY SERVICE 1W N. Lawrence Ph. U4-3M 7 fie tiub Haspcl Days 1 arc ncre 1 fl 1-1 F Time for Sir Perior, Haspel's great sophisticated city suit. DuPont's DACRON polyester is blended with cotton to make them easy-care, wash and wear, and wrinkle free. Pick a pattern or an iridescent in the blues as shown here, or any one of a dozen other new shades. DuPont's reg. TM REGULAR AND IVY MODELS 30-DAY ACCOUNT; 30-60-90 DAY ACCOUNT 6 MO. REVOLVING CHARGE, OR FNB 14 DEXTER AVENUE pOJPQWNI Randolph (1-1) against the Reb- 1TUI. MONTGOMERY CHARDOTTE t r h hi ab r h hi David'n aa 5 2 3 1 Solters 2b 4 0 0 0 Fulk rf J 0 4 2 Mendoza 3b 4 1 3 2 Rojaa 2b 4 0 2 1 Kelly rf 5 0 10 Pepper lb 3 0 0 0 Hess 1! 5 2 10 Olivares If 3 1 1 0 Umphlett of 4 0 0 0 Redm'd of 4 0 0 0 Theobald ph 1 0 0 0 Handley c 3 0 1 1 Mooring lb 3 0 1 1 Steven'n 3b 5 0 0 0 Jenkins is 4 111 Brown p 13 10 IzQuier'o o 4 0 1 O Kilkenny p 1 0 0 0 Morns p 1110 Marshall p 1 0 0 0 McAlpin p 10 0 0 Shifflett p 2 0 10 Totals 17 11 5 Totals 31 5 10 4 Montgomery 002 0211 100 1 -t Charlotte 012 000 110 0-1 E Stevenson, Redmond, Marshall. LOB -Montgomery 9, Charlotte I. 2B - Brown, Hess, Mooring. SB - lquierdo, Redmond. S -Solters, Rojas, DP -Charlotte. IP D lEt BR so Brown 6 2-3 7 4 2 2 5 yKilkenny 1-11110 0 Marshall (W, 1-0) 3 2 0 0 2 1 Morris 4 1-3 5 4 4 4 5 xMcAlpin 1 1-341101 Shifflett (L, 1-1) .41-3 3 1 1 2 1 WP Brown, Marshall. Balk-Morris. T-2:55. A-343 (paid). x-Faced 2 batters in 7th. y-Faced 1 batter in 8th. Montgomery International Speedway OLD SELMA HIGHWAY Friday flight, .lay 13, 1966 TIME TRIALS Pacerf 6:45 P.M. Super Modified 7:30 P.M. RACE TIME -8:30 P.M. 7 EVENTS SUPER MODIFIED 4 EVENTS PACEIS & HOBBY CLASS CARS STOCK CAR RACES ADMISSION Adult. . ... . . $1.50 CHILDREN I Tfl II 50c again; u 1 '

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