Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 23, 1976 · Page 13
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Scoreboard By The Associated Press NATIONAL Blue Moon Odom Returns on Winning Note EAf T WEST *" V '• Phila Pitts ; New York St. Louis Chicago Montreal W 1 61 '4$ 4i' 38 28 iv 'L- 28 40 46 51 54 58 Pet. .685 .560 .516 .440 .413 .326 GB — 11 15 22 24% 31% |» AMERICAN Cincinnati Los Ang Houston San Diego Atlanta San Fran LEAGUE • . .. ,|EAST New York Baltimore Cleveland Detroit Boston Milwkee -P t P >42' &7 33 44 44 47 48 50 .633 .511 .500 .471 .467 .425 — 11 12 14% 15 18% Kan City Oakland Texas Minnesota Chicago California W 58 52 48 47 43 40 L 35 42 48 48 50 55 Pet. .624 .553 .500 .495 .462 .421 GB 6% 11% 12 15 19 WEST 57 49 46 43 43 39 35 45 45 48 48 57 .620 .521 .505 .473 .467 .406 — 9 10% 13% 14 20 AMERICAN LEAGUE Thursday's.Results Oakland 61 New York 5 Chicago 9* : 1, Detroit 3-5 Cleveland?, California 5 Kansas City 3, Milwaukee 1 Minnesota 5, Boston 1 Baltimore 4, Texas 3 Friday's Games Milwaukee (Slaton 10-8) at Baltimore' 1 ;!Palmer 13-8), (n) Detroit > (Roberts 9-9) at Cleveland,'(Brown7-6), (n) Boston (Lee 0-3) at New York (Alexander 4-6), (n) Minnesota (Bane 2-2) at Chicago (Forster 1-6), (n) Kansas,'City (Pattin 3-8 or Hassler M) at Oakland (Blue 7-9), (n); Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Detroit at Cleveland Boston at New York Minnesota at Chicago Kansas City at Oakland Milwaukee at Baltimore, 2, (tn) Texas at California, 2, (tn) NATIONAL LEAGUE < Thursday's Results Philadelphia 3) Pittsburgh 0 Atlanta 7, Montreal 1 Chicago 8, St. Louis 4 San Diego 5j Los Angeles 4, 11 innings Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cincinnati (Alcala 8-2) at Atlanta (Niekro 10-5), (n) Pittsburgh (Medich 5-8) at Philadelphia (Lonborg 11-5), (n) By The Associated Press The last time Blue Moon UD ~dom started an American — League game he fired a two- 6% hit shutout for the Cleveland 11% Indians against the Kansa's City Royals and three days later he was traded to the National League. This time he hopes to stick around a little longer. The one-time Oakland A's Cage Clinic In Plans Here A basketball clinic for boys and girls in grades three through eight is planned here late this month. It's a promotion of the City Recreation Dept. Dates are .Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31. Site will be the Abe Hubert Junior High Gym. Instructors will be Ivan Williams (head basketball coach at Garden City High School) and Bob Krug (assistant cage coach for the New York (Seaver 9-6) at Buffaloes). Montreal (Rogers 3-9), (n) Fee will be $5, which also Chicago (Burris 4-11) at St. includes a clinic tee-shirt. Louis (Rasmussen 3-7), (n) Youngsters in grades 6,7, and San Francisco (Barr 7-6) at 8 will attend sessions from 8 to Houston (Richard 10-10), (n) 10 a.m. Those in grades 3, 4, San Diego (Strom 9-10) at and 5 will have their sessions Los Angeles (John 5-6), (n) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Saturday's Games , „ Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 2, A minimum of 15 enrollees (tn) must be reached in order to Cincinnati at Atlanta, 2, (tn) hold the clinic. Deadline for San Francisco at Houston, 2, registering at Civic Center is (tn) - Wednesday of next week (July New York at Montreal, (n) Chicago at St. Louis, (n) Los Angeles at San Diego. (n) 28), Additional information can be obtained by calling Civic Center at 276-2363. Merchant Loop Linksters Complete Second Round 1 Second-week play has been completed in- the recently- formed Merchant Golf League at Buffalo Dunes Course here. i The 16-team league plays in two divisions. Matches (nine hples per golfer) are on Wednesday evenings. 1 Results of the second week: | White Division — Western Motors 3%:l%oy,er,. Gulden Plains Credit Union. "Bishop wnding 3-2 over Weber's T»wn Shop. Western Steel 3%li over Peerless Plastics No. 2.Varmland Foods No. 2 4%- %'pver Burtis Motors. Red Division — Peerless Pieties No. 1 5-0 over Farrn- larii Foods No. 1 . R&T Spotting Goods 4-1 over VFW. Triple-S Steel 5-0 over Garden City Co-op. Buffalo Dunes 3%1% over Garden Bowl. David Cramer of the Western Motors team and Jim Garwood of the VFW squad shared honors for the lowest individual scores of the second week. Each carded 39 strokes. John McCracken of Triple-S Steel hdd the lowest handicap score: 27. .Lowest team handicap score was 138 strokes by Bishop Vending. Team Standings after two weeks of league play: White Division — 1. Farmland No. 2 Team, 9% points scored for, % point against. 2. Western Steel 8-2. 3. Western Motors 7%-2%. 4. Weber's Town Shop 7-3. 5. Bishop Vending 4-6. 6. Golden Plains Credit Union 2-8. 7. Peerless Plastics l%-8%. 8. Burtis Motors %-9%. Red Division — 1. R&T Sporting Goods 9-1. 2-3. Buffalo Dunes and Peerless Plastics, both 8-2.'4. Triplet Steel 5%-4%. 5. Garden Bowl 4%-5%. 6. VFW 3-7. 7. Farmland Foods No. 1, 2-8. 8. Garden City Co-op 0-10. star, dropped by the Atlanta Braves just before the start of the season, is back in the majors with the Chicago White Sox. Thursday night he made his first AL start since June 4, 1975. Six Share Golf Honors Kay Wells in A flight and Galene Wiley in B were IB-hole winners at Garden City Country Club Tuesday during weekly ladies day. Play was based on most putts for the round. In 9-hole play, Natalie Dickerson took first in A flight and Jimmie Ruth Cobb first in B. Judy Nusser was C-flight winner, and Kitty Birney finished first in D. Next Tuesday's weekly round will be for most double- bogeys. Pairings for Tuesday: 18-Hole A Flight — Charlotte Spikes, Wartda Kisner, Peggy Mayo, and Marolyn Chmelka. Anita Salyer, Grace Craig, Frances Cox, and Lamoine Jones. Florence Burris, Kay Wells, and Sandy Shofner. Erdene Corley and Doris Sloan. 18-Hole B Flight — Gen Stoner, Lois Heard, Bea Settles, and Melba Davidson. Bernice Anderson^ Galene Wiley, Betty Thomas, and Iris Brown. A. J. Williams, Laree Maxwell, and Helen Fankhauser. Nelle Lile and Eva Marie Diggs. 9-Hole A Flight — Natalie Dickerson, Alice Stone, Alice Dart, and June Benedict. Virginia Meschke, Roma Heineman, Peggy Rodriquez, and Blanche Salyer. 9-Hole B Flight — Mary Burden, Elaine Fenton, Judi Isham, and Sibyl Miller. Minnie Hopkins, Darlene Gibson, and Jimmie Ruth Cobb. Florence Nanninga and Lois Gillan. 9-Hole C Flight — Alma Robinson, Margaret Masoner, Peg Selby, and Lavone Mahuron. ; Maxine Jewell, Ruth Rice, Mabel Cleaver, and Maxine Clark. Betty Benson and Judy Nusser. 9-Hole D Flight — Peggy Smith, Shelia Fankhauser, Bette Leopold, and Martha Foster. Kay Werner, Jan Burghart, and Rita Beggs. Pat Stonestreet, Stella Garnand, and Kitty Birney. He threw six shutout innings before tiring in the seventh but was credited with the triumph as the White Sox trounced the Detroit Tigers 9-3 in the first half of a doubleheader. Detroit bounced back to take the nightcap 5-1 with rookie Jason Thompson socking his 13th homer. Elsewhere in the AL, the Oakland A's nipped the New York Yankees 6-5, the Kansas City Royals shaded the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1, the Baltimore Orioles edged the Texas Rangers 4-3, the Cleveland Indians downed the California Angels 7-5 and the Minnesota Twins trimmed the Boston Red Sox 5-1. "It's like starting all over for me," said the 31-year-old Odom, who debuted in the big leagues in 1964 and did some of his best pitching in six World Series appearances and four playoff games. -Resurrected from the minors a couple of weeks ago, Odom lasted 62-3 innings, yielding eight hits and three runs while walking one and striking out three. A's 6, Yankees 5 Shortstop Bert Campaneris, who helped the Yankees tie the score in the seventh inning when he forgot the number of outs and neglected to complete an easy double play, drove in the winning run with a sacrifice fly in the ninth. The Yankees got two solo home runs from Oscar Gamble and one from Graig Nettles while Joe Rudi slammed a tworun shot for Oakland. Royals 3, Brewers 1 Paul Splittorff, with help from Mark Littell in the seventh, set a Royals record with his eighth consecutive triumph while Buck Martinez drove in two runs with a pair of ground balls and Tom Poquette delivered an RBI single. Orioles 4, Rangers 3 Reggie Jackson omered for the fifth game in a row, one short of Frank Howard's AL record, and his drive off Gaylord Perry to start the ninth inning snapped a tie. The homer was Jackson's 15th of the season and seventh in the last nine games. Indians 7, Angels 5 Charlie Spikes keyed a five- run first inning with a grand Pafc 11 Garden City Telegram Friday, July 23,1976 slam homer off Frank TananaJ and Boog Powell hit a solo) blast to pace the Indians overdl the Angels. Twins 5, Red Sox 1 Rookie Pete Redfern held Boston to four hits over the first seven innings while the Twins tagged Luis Tiant for four runs in 1 2-3 innings. Intramurals for Hays 7th Graders HAYS (HNS) - The USD 489 board has approved a plan to replace athletic competition at the seventh grade with a "strong" intramurals program, effective this coming school year. The plan calls for the Bison, Three Other Teams Into Sub-District Tourney RE-I ROBERT BUERKLE DEMOCRAT COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT PROGRESSIVE COMMISSIONER r FOR A PROGRESSIVE COUNTY NOW FINISHING HIS 4TH YEAR PAID POLITICAL ADV.-DEL CAMPBELL CHAIRMAN GC Rebels Win Dodge Tourney Garden City's Rebels — sponsored by the Lynn Deines Chemical Co. — won the annual Big Five Tourney at Dodge City last weekend. The meet was on a round-robin basis and was played on two diamonds. It was women's slow-pitch Softball. Deines was 4-0 in the one-day meet, played on Sunday. The Rebels defeated the Garden City Bullets 14-4, the Dodge City Bombers 10-4, Liberal Mousers 7-2, and the Gladden Diggers of Dodge City 7-6. The Dodge City Bombers and Garden Bullets tied for second place in the meet, each with 2-2 records. Bomber losses were both by 11-10 scores — to the Deines Rebels and to the Garden City Bullets. Wins were over the Gladden Diggers (by 14-1) and Liberal Mousers (16-4). The Garden Bullets scored over the Dodge Bombers (1110) and Liberal Mousers (4-1), but lost to Gladdens (13-12) and the Rebels (14-4). Gladdens and the Liberal Mousers tied for fourth and fifth places with 1-3 marks. Mousers' only win was 10-5 over Gladdens. This weekend, Garden City has three women's teams in a seven-squad round-robin meet at Liberal. The local entries are Deines Rebels, Garden City Bullets, and Western State Bank. • Also competing there will be two Dodge City clubs and a pair from Liberal. The meet runs Saturday and Sunday. Four teams compete this weekend here in the annual District Seven sub-district youth baseball tournament. The double-elimination meet at Clint Lightner Field is part of the annual state i American Legion playoffs for junior baseballers. Competing here will be Garden City's Bison squad plus Ulysses, Hugoton, and Dodge City. This is the western sub-division. A similar four-team eastern sub-division meet is being played at Larned. It takes in Hutchinsoh, Great Bend, Larned, and Lyons. Next week, the winners of the two meets play a best 2-of- 3 series. That will be home- and-home. Third game, if necessary, will be on a neutral field. That winner then goes to the state Legion tourney at El Dorado. Four games are slated Saturday here: two in the afternoon and two in the,, ' evening. Sunday's slate calls for two games: at 6 and 8 p.m. The 8 p.m. contest Sunday may be the title game. But since the meet is double- elimination, it could run one extra game. If that occurs, the title game at Lightner Field would be at 8 p.m. Monday. Saturday's opening-day slate of four games: 1 p.m. — Ulysses vs. Garden City. 3 p.m. — Hugoton vs. Dodge City. These two games complete first-round play. 6 p.m. — Loser of Ulysses- Garden game vs. loser of Hugoton-Dodge battle. This beaten team drops out of the meet, cutting the tourney field from four teams to three. 8 p.m. — _Ulysses-Garden winner vs. Hugoton-Dodge winner. This is winners- bracket finale; team which wins this game is assured of no lower than second place in,, the meet. replacement of all seventh grade interscholastics with an intramural program designed to involve more students^, particularly girls. jj Activities are boys and, girls' flag football, coed tabje tennis, coed volleyball, coed tennis, coed track, coed badminton and possibly coed- swimming and coed bowling^A boys' wrestling program ' and Softball for girls and for^ boys also would be added. f Football and basketball--, programs would continue, bu,U, as intramurals. } v The plan also calls for the,.addition of girls' basketball,,' and vollyball programs m^ interscholastic competition for the eighth grade. BRAKE STOP DISCOUNT CENTER Do Your Brakes SQUEAK •« GRIND? Come by Brake Stop and see us for a Free Brake Checkup 1 . ^^ Brake Stop Discount Center Our brakes are fully guaranteed for 1 year or 20,000 miles. I 1107 E. 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