Chillicothe Gazette from Chillicothe, Ohio on April 29, 1968 · 18
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IS CCbilliroilTP 0. (Sazrltr Monday, April 23, 1963 am in tin an j iim4i,.i immm , . . , ,.., J ! :- ' ' " 5 , 1 v' f - I ; - w , . . ... I I ? fc , . , , , 1 t -, i -1 " , s r 1 ; - r , . i 1 s " v - ' '"'"' ''" "A" v -5 oil By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago White Sox have won two of their last three games and Manager Eddie Stanky still is running in the outfield. Stanky continued his post- game physical fitness program Sunday after Pete Ward's ninth inning homer gave the Sox a 3-2 Unioto Captures Own Relays Title Unioto iwon its own relays meet Saturday with 64 points to 56 for runnerup Class AA Athens. Greenfield totaled 50 for third. Adena had 37, Waverly 33, Jackson 27V4, Southeastern 224, Paint Valley 16',4, Carroll 104. Piketon 4Mb, Laurelville 4, and Logan Elm was scoreless. A big turnout of fans watched the meet, which will be repeated next year, according to Unioto Coach Warren Whitaker. Field records fell in the shot put, discuss, high hurdles, broad jump, mile relay, and high jump, and Unioto school records were set by Art Taylor in the shot put and discus and by Dave Juenger in the board jump and high hurdles. Results: High Jump Green (Ath), 5' 1W; Bowers (L); Hill (SE); Davisson (SE); Ramey (U) Pole Vault - Hoffner (U), 11" 3"; Hill (SE); Dotson (PV) and Mullins (P); Kepler (C) and Ward (SE) 100 . Harris (PV), 10.35; Gregory (G): Essex (Ath); Hatfield (SE); Schafer (J) , Discus Walker (G), 140' 11"; Taylor (U); Kappas (Ath); Sowers (A); Martin (U) Broad Jump Juenger (U), 21' 94"; Harris (PV); Ricgle (Ath); Mays (U); Karshner (SE) Two Mile Relay Adena (Huffman, Lemaster, Putnam, Houser), 8:51.8; Greenfield; Jackson; Carroll; Piketon 880 Relay - Athens, 1:36.3; Waverly; Greenfield; Adena; Southeastern Shot Put - Walker (Q), 63' 44"; Taylor (U); Green (Ath), Borland (U); Johnson (W) High Hurdles Juenger (U), 15.7 DeStevens (J); Mossbar- ger (J) and Noel (Ath); Tact ett (SE) Spring Medley Relay Ade na (Huffman, Crawford, Carra-ba, Pettiford), 3:41.9; Unioto; Waverly; Greenfield; Carroll Distance Medley Relay Athens, 8:12.1; Greenfield; Ade na; Jackson; Waverly 440 Relay Athens, 47.85; Waverly; Greenfield; Unioto; Adena and Southeastern ' 480 Shuttle Hurdle Relay - Unioto (Woodfork, E. Bobb, Borland, Juenger), 1:06.2; Jack son; Southeastern; Carroll; Greenfield Mile Relay Unioto (E. Bobb, K. Bobb, Hoffner, Juenger, 3:37.4; Waverly; Athens; Adena; Jackson. Beverly's Homer Nips Zane Trace Randy Beverly's home run in the ninth inning of a seven-inning Sectional Tournament gave Adena a 5-4 win at Zane Trace on Saturday. fThe game was completed after rain stopped the contest on Friday. Trace had scored all four of its runs in the third as Jeff Reisinger, Steve Kellen-iberger, Chuck Fetrow, Tom Davis, and Dan Bennett all walked. Chip Maxwell sacrificed home a run with a fly out. Ron Gray walked to force home a run and Bob Strawser drove home the final run. Adena scored one run. in the first and three in the third. Maxwell went two-for-four and Barry Bennett one-for-two for Trace. Beverly went three-fer- four, John Cory two-for-four, and Harold Garrison two-for-five for the unbeaten Warriors. Standings COLLISION DISASTER SAVED-Bishop Flagct'i precarious 2-1 lead against Piketon Friday was almost Tost in the fifth Inning, just before the rain ended play, when a pop up resulted in a collision and dropped ball by third baseman Pat Highland and pitcher Vic Bouillion (left photo). Bouilllon picked the ball up and threw to catcher John LaRock, right photo, for the putout on an unidentified Piketon baserunner who was on third at the time. Flaget hosts Adena this afternoon in city park in Sectional Tournament action. (Gazette Photo). Rookie Koosman Reds, 6-5 pending on which side of the plate they stood as tne itteas closed the gap m the final two innings. Catcher Jerry , Grote, with three hits and two runs batted in, and shortstop Al Weis and second baseman Ken Boswell drove in the Mets' runs. Boswell hit his second homer of the Stops CINCINNATI (AP)- Paradox is a game named oaseoau. Mets' rookie Jerry Koosman can supply you with the rules. The 24-year-old southpaw's Sunday encounter with Cinciii nati provided htm with his fourth straight victory. It also put a dent In his pitching record with New York. lie went the distance in the first three, allowing only one earned run for a .033 ERA. Sun day, he left with two out in the seventh when the Reds began blasting him. Hie allowed three earned runs. New York won 6-5. Koosman's four-game streak ties a Mets record, also held by Bob Shaw and Larry Bearnarth Dan Frisella, Bill Short and Ron Taylor took turns stopping Cincinnati after Lee May's homer in the eighth with one on, Hodges was changing , hurlers with almost every batter - de CHS Tennis Team Is 5-1 Chillicothe High School's tennis record soared to 5-1 with a 3-2 win at Newark on Satur day. The Cavailers of Fred Boul- ton won the match when Chuck Rigney and Jim Johnson beat Bub Meagler and Jim Snider of Newark, 8-0, 64, in number two doubles. John Porter lost number one singles, 6-3, 6-4 'tO' Mike Schon-berg. Dan Prickett won number two singles, 6-0, 6-i over Paul Hague and Dave Simmons won number three singles, 6-0, 6-3 over Robby Robinson. Mark Crawford and Dennis Miller lost number one doubles, 9-7, 8-6 to Steve Wiersma and Steve Fra- zler. The Cavaliers will host Hamil ton Twp. at 4 p.m. Tuesday in city park. National League American League W. L. Pet. G.B. W. L. Pet. G.B. St. Louis ... 12 4 .750 - Detroit 11 4 .733 - San Fran. .. 9 6 .600 24 Minnesota .. 9 6 .600 2 Chicago .... 8 8 .500 4 Baltimore . 9 6 .600 2 Los Angeles 8 8 .500 4 Wash'n 10 7 .588 2 Phila'phia . 8 8 .500 4 Boston 8 6 .571 24 Cincinnati .7 8 . 467 4 4 New York .... 8 8 .500 34 Atlanta 7 9 .438 5 Oakland 7 9 .438 44 Pittsburgh . 6 8 .429 5 Cleveland ..6 9 .400 5 Houston .... 6 9 .400 54 California ... 6 10 .375 54 New York .. 6 9 .400 54 Chicago ... . 1 11 .154 8 Ken Rosewall Downs Laver BOURNEMOUTH. England (AP) - The giant killing feats of British tennis star Mark Cox could make a lot of difference to the lives of both professional and amateur players in the next few months. Cox, 24, is the amateur who upset two professionals, Pan-cho Gonzalez and Roy Emerson, in the world's first open tournamentthe British Hardcourts Championship. Ken Rosewall defeated Rod Laver 3-6, 6-2, 6-0, 6-3 in an all-professional all-Australian final Sunday. season in tlie sixth. Dean Chance Beaten Son on Ward's M it decision over the Twins. The routine, which started in the middle of Chicago's season-opening 10 game losing streak, sends Stanky jogging across the outfield swinging a lead bat after each game. Then the little skipper retires to the trainer's room for meditation. Ortega and Tiant Toss Two-Hitters CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland Indians might like to see a few curves one of these days. So might the Washington Senators. The Senators' Phil Ortega said he threw mostly fast balls and changeups in a two-hit, 1-0 vic tory over the Indians Sunday. Cleveland's Luis Tiant came back with the same mixture in the second game for a two-hit, 2-0 win. Also, it seems both hurlers could havs kept up the pace. Neither was tired after the masterful performances The poening game loss before 23,73 9 was the third in a row to Washington and seven in nine games for the Tribe, scored the run when The only hits off Ortega were a lead off double by Chico Cal-mon in the third and Tony Hor-ton's two-out single in the ninth. Stan Williams was tagged with the loss on the unearned run. . Ortega led off the third with a single and was sacrificed to second. Frank Howard drew an intentional walk after Ed Stroud popped up. Then Ken McMullen singled to left and Ortega would have been out by several feet at home, but the ball squirmed loose in the collision with Sims. In ; the nightcap, Del Unser Senators. The Indians scored in the seventh when , Horton doubled, took third on a single by Joe Vidal and tallied on Ortega I Tommy Harper's single to short he col- lett. Minnesota He could have had nothing but good thoughts Sunday after Ward's poke beat Dean Chance. In other American League games, caluornia nipped Oakland 4-3, Washington traded shutouts with Cleveland, win ning 1-0 and then losing 2-0, New York split with Detroit, winning 2-1 and losing 3-2, and Boston blanked Baltimore 3-0 before the Orioles won the second game, w. Chance was nursing a 2-1 lead on nomers oy Harmon mue- brew and Ted Uhlaender going into the ninth but Luis Aparicio opened with a single and after Russ Snyder lined out, Ward connected. We've been in every game but we've just been falling one hit short," said Ward, who made sure the Sox weren't one hit short this time. And Stanky simply ran and swung his lead bat. He contin ued the post-game program even though he was ejected from the game in the sixth inning for protesting a third strike call. Roger Repoz took over the American League home run lead with his sixth of the year helping the Angels beat the Athletics. " Sammy Ellis, with late inning relief help from Minnie Rojas, won the game his first victory in the American League. Mickey Mantle doubled home the tying run and then carried in the winner on Roy White's single as the Yakees rallied for two eighth inning runs and a 2-1 victory over the Tigers in the first game. In the nightcap, New York rallied, taking a 2-1 lead in the eighth but Bill Freehan and Jim Northrup hammered ninth inning homers that won it Jim Hardin's six-hitter beat Boston in the second game and earned a split for the Orioles after Jose Santiago pitched a four-hitter for the Red Sox in the opener. GRANT Mcdonald FOR COMMISSIONER Former local 728 member and officer. Pol. Adv. Barber Cops Nelson Golf DALLAS, Tex. (APMt is little disconcerting when you know you are playing as well as ever but the man playin with you is making eagles and birdies, chipping away at your once wide lead. That was the experience of Miller Barber, a tour veteran, as he moved toward a $20,000 prize at the end of the line Sunday if he could just outlast Ker-mit Zarley who was surging grimly down the stretch. Barber made it although he may never be the same again. The chunky man from Sherman, Tex., won the $100,000 Byron Nelson Golf Classic with a closing par 70 for 270-40 under for the tournament. lided with catcher Duke Sims at the plate in the third inning. Sims dropped the ball. , "He hit me harder than I hit him," said Ortega. Sims added: "I tried to tag him too fast. "I didn't have good control of the ball. I hit him on the leg and the ball popped out." Horton led off the ninth with a solo homer to give Tian( a cushion. CHURCH LEAGUE MEETS Church League team managers will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Bridge Street Church of Christ. SUN MOTOR TUNING FOR WARM WEATHER DRIVING High Speed Wheel Balancing Bear Front End Alignment Bear Headlight Adjusting Quaker State Undercoating REYNOLDS SHELL SERVICE Main and High Sts. Phono 772-7088 Celtics Lose To Lakers LOS ANGELES (AP) - Boston's Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers head East again all square in their National Basketball Association playoff series with the condition of Jerry West's injured ankle the big question. "I don't think it's badly hurt," said the Lakers' superstar of the sprained left ankle he suffered in the final minute of his club's 118-105 victory over Boston which put the set at 2-2. Dr. Robert Kerlan said more would be known today about the injury. It occurred in a collision with John Havlicek after West had scored 38 points in the Lak ers coachiess triumpn. 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