Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 30, 1976 · Page 7
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Major League Leaders The Bird' Felt Good.. .And That Was Bad By The Associated Press American League BATTING (225 at bats)— G.Brett, KG, .354; Bostock, Min, .352; McRae, KG, .345; LeFlore, Del, .331; Munson, NY, .329. RUNS—Rivers, NY, 65; R.White, NY, 63; Otis, KG, 63; Carew, Min, 63; G.Brett, KG, 62; North, Oak', 62. RUNS BATTED IN-Mayberry, KG, 67; Burroughs, Tex, 64; Chambliss, NY, 63; Munson, NY, 63; Ystrzemski, Bsn, 61. HITS—G.Brett, KG, 140; Munson, NY, 123; LeFlore, Det, 122; Chambliss, NY, 120; Rivers, NY, 120. DOUBLES—Otis, KG, 25; Carty, Cle, 24; McRae, KG, 23; D.Evans, Bsn, 22; Rivers, NY, 22; G.Brett, KG, 22. TRIPLES-Garner, Oak, 12; G.Brett, KG, 9; Poquette, KG, 7; Bumbry, Bal, 6; LeFlore, Det, 6; Orta, Chi, 6; Bostock, Min, 6; Carew, Min, 6. HOME RUNS-Bando, Oak, 20; L.May, Bal, 18; Hendrick, Cle, 18; ReJackson, Bal, 16; Ystrzemski, Bsn, 16. STOLEN BASES—North, Oak, 52; Baylor, Oak, 41; Patek, KG, 39; LeFlore, Det, 36; Carew, Min 36. PITCHING (8 Decisions)— Garland, Bal, 12-2, .857, 2.63 W.Campbell, Min, 11-2, .846, 3.23 Fidrych, Det, 11-3, .786, 1.80 Leonard, KC, 11-4, .733, 3.23 Killer, Det, 10-4, .714, 2.60 Kern, Cle, 7-3, .700, 2.32 Bird, KC,'9-4, .692, 3.36 D.Ellis, NY, 11-5, .688, 3.16. STRIKEOUTS—Ryan, Cal, 184; Blyleven, Tex, 147; Tanana, Cal, 144; Jenkins, Bsn, 109; Hunter, NY, 108. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (225 at bats)— Page? Garden City Telegram Friday, July 30,1976 A.Oliver, Pgh, .343; Griffey, Gin, .333; Rose, Gin, .332; .McBride, StL, .329; W.Crawford, StL, .327.^ RUNS—Rose, Gin, 88; Griffey, Gin, 84; Morgan, Gin, 77; Schmidt, Phi, 75; Monday, Chi, 70. • • RUNS BATTED IN— G.Foster, Cin, 86; Morgan, Gin, 75; Kingman, NY, 72; Schmidt, Phi, 69; Luzinski, Phi, 65. , HITS—Rose, Cin, 136; Montanez, All, 128; A.Oliver, Pgh, 125; 'Garvey, LA, 125; G.Foster, Cin, 118; Griffey,'. Cin, 118. DOUBLES—Johnstone, Phi, 24; Zisk, Pgh, 24; Madlock, Chi, 23; Rose, Cin, 23; 5 Tied Wjth 22. . ; TRIPLES-D.Cash, Phi, 10; Tyson, StL, 9; D.Parker, Pgh, 8; Geronimo, Cin, 8; W.Davis; SD, 7. HOME RUNS-Kingman, NY, 32; Schmidt, Phi, 26; G.Foster, Cin, 21; W.Robin- son, Pgh, 18; Morgan, Cin, 18. STOLEN BASES-Taveras, Pgh, 35; Morgan, Cin, 32; Cedeno, Htn, 32; Brock, StL, 30; Lopes, LA, 29. PITCHING (8 Decisions)— Rhoden, LA, 9-0, 1.000, 3.10 C.Metzger, SD, 8-0, 1.000, 2.25 R.Jones, SD, 18-4, .818, 2.54 Norman, Cin, 9-d2, .818, 2.38 Alcala, Cin, 9-3, .750, 4.40 Zachry, Cin, 9-3, .750, 2.83 Carlton, Phi, 11-4, ,733, 3.25 Kaat, Phi, 10-4, .714, 2.86. STRIKEOUTS—Seaver, NY, 156; J.Richard, Htn, 123; Mssrsmith, All, 117; P.Niekro, All, 115; Montefusco, SF, 102. By The Associated Press - Mark "The Bird" Fidrych felt pretty good Thursday night and that was bad ... for the Detroit Tigers. Unfortunately, Fidrych pitches for the Tigers and the 21-year-old rookie sensation not only landscapes the mound and'talks to the baseball but also has this theory that it's not how well you pitch but how well you feel. "My arm felt good, but that's just what it's like," he said after losing to Rudy May and the Baltimore Orioles 1-0 on an unearned run. "When you feel good, you lose; when you feel bad, you win. That's the way it is." In other American League action, the Minnesota Twins edged the Texas Rangers 2-1 and the Boston Red Sox "Back In Town Again ! ! ! !" MIKE LUNSFORD From Nashville, Tenn. Appearing with the CONTINENTALS at th. CORRAL CLUB FRI. & SAT., JULY 30 & 31 Also Appearing — Ken Itawlins TICKETS: Advance '4 At Door '5 Come hear Mike do his hit song "While the Feelings Good" and many other of his hit singles. \ Breakfast served after the dance. 2:00 to ? Steaks, and Sandwiches fi:00 p.m. to ? AT THE CORRAL CLUB Members & Guests Welcome downed the Cleveland Indians 6-4. In the only National League games, the Cincinnati Reds trounced the San Diego Padres 9-3, the Philadelphia Phillies nipped the Chicago Cubs 3-2 in 11 innings and the Pittsburgh Pirates edged the New York Mets 2-1 in 10. The Orioles scored in the fourth. Bobby Grich and Lee May singled with one out. Grich was out trying to score on Ken Singleton's grounder but Tony Muser drew Fidrych's only walk to load the bases. Mark Belanger then hit a grounder to second basem Pedro Garcia, who bobbled it. Meanwhile, Rudy May fired a six-hitter for his second shutout of the season — both against Detroit. That's the only way to beat Fidrych, whose three losses have all been by shutouts — 2-0 to Boston and 1-0 to Kansas City. Twins 2, Rangers 1 Eddie Bane and Bill Campbell combined on an eight- hitter and handed the reeling Rangers their 19th setback in 22 ' games on Glenn Borgmann's fourth-inning single. The loser was Jim Umbarger, a former teammate • of Bane's at Arizona State .University. Red Sox 6, Indians 4 Carl Yastrzemski drove in two runs and the Red Sox banged out four . doubles. Winner Rick Wise yielded 11 of Cleveland's 14 hits before being relived in the seventh as the defending AL champs averted a plunge into last place in the AL East. Bill Lee blanked the Indians over the final 21-3 innings to pick up his first save. Reds 9, Padres 3 George Foster crashed ''a three-run homer'in the first inning — his 21st — while Joe Morgan scored four times and drilled his 18th homer. Foster boosted his major league- leading RBI total to 86. Phillies 3, Cubs 2 Tim McCarver singled home an unearned run in the llth inning. Ollie Brown drew a oneout walk from Darold Knowles who was replaced by Joe Coleman. Brown went to second on Garry Maddox' long fly and Jerry Martin was safe on an error by third baseman Bill Madlock before McCarver lined his game-winning single. Philadelphia's Greg Luzinski tied the game with a sixth- inning homer. Pirates 2, Mets 1 Rennie Stennett scored from third base as Bill Robinson grounded into a double play in the 10th inning, giving the Pirates their second extra- inning triumph over the Mets in as many days. LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "NEW MORNING BAND" Minneapolis, Minn. 9:30-12:30 3 GC Reps to Sub-State Tourney at DC Decided Garden City's , three representatives in next week's sub-state tourney for men slow-pitch softballers in Dodge City have been decided. The three will be Farm Center, Motor Electric, and Bell Creek Trucking. The 20- team sub-state meet in Dodge will qualify teams for the 17th annual Kansas state men's tourney — to be played here in mid-August. Eight games were run off Thursday evening here in the annual district men's tournament. It's being played on Fansler and Cleaver fields in Finnup Park. Ten teams are in the double-elimination meet here — and the field has now been trimmed down to just three. Those three. are the ones which qualify for sub-state next week, no matter how they fare tonight. Two (and possibly three) games tonight wind down the three-night meet here. All of tonight's action will be on Fansler Field. At 7 p.m. today, top-seeded Motor Electric faces Bell Creek Trucking in the last losers-bracket test of the tourney. Motor Electric was upset last night by Garden City Farm Center. The 7 p.m. loser today finishes third in the 10-team meet. At 8 p.m., the Motor- Bell Creek winner faces Garden City Farm Center for the tournament championship. Farm Center is all-winning at this stage of the meet and can sack the district crown by taking the 8 p.m. contest. Should Farm Center lose, however, a 9 p.m. rematch (of the 8 p.m. battle) would be necessary to determine the tourney crown. Three of Thursday's games were in the winners bracket. Other five were elimination contests. Motor Electric first edged Peerless Plastics 14-12. Farm Center raced past Quint Automotive 9-3. In regular-season AA league play here, Motor Electric finished second and Farm Center third. The two rivals Thursday squared off in the finale of the winners bracket. Neither had a tourney loss until that time. Farm Center came through with a 9-8 decision, thus Game Protest Delays Tourney HOLCOMB — A protested game here Thursday evening delayed the annual postseason tournament for Major Leaguers. Major League play is baseball for boys of ages 11 and 12. Seven teams are in the double-elimination meet, which got under way Wednesday. The meet is being played on Holcomb's two new back-to- back ballfields. They are just north of the Arkansas River and east of the river bridge. Two games were completed Thursday. In the winners bracket, the Jets defeated Deerfield 18-3. Deerfield then dropped into the losers bracket — and eliminated the Cowboys on a forfeit. The protest occurred in the second inning of a winners- bracket game between Holcomb and the Indians. That game will be finished BARGAIN CLEARANCE SALE Thursday, Friday, & Saturday July 29, 30, & 31 WAS NOW WAS NOW 1976 Ford Van Conversion $998? '8995 1976 (3) 18H' Comet Trailers $4590 '3995 1976 18%' El Dorado Mini SILSOO '9885 1976 (2) 21' Comet Trailers "920 '4787 1976 22' Comet Mini Home $12,900 '10.895 1976 35' Comet Fifth Wheel $8900 '7800 1976 20' Comet Mini Home $11.900 M0.500 And Many Many More Hours: 9 to 7 Mon. thru Sat. Closed Sunday (Sunday Appointments Call 276-8437) 33«s$ia8asg^^ &iWW(WHffWflJUM&WM*Mf^ tt^AU*r»r»v*v^ MR CAMPER CENTER West Highway 50 Phone 276-2461 assurting itself of no lower than second in the 10-team district meet here. In losers-bracket play Thursday, Oswalt Division eliminated Dart-In 7-3, and Bell Creek Trucking kayoed Santa Fe Motors of Deerfield 13-3. Quint Automotive then eliminated Oswalt Division 95, and Bell Creek Trucking sidelined Peerless Plastics 83. That paired Bell Creek and Quint in a rematch. Quint had beaten Bell Creek 6-5 Wednesday night in their winners- bracket meeting. This time, however, Bell Creek reversed the result by beating Quint 18-8. That eliminated Quint from a sub- state berth, and placed Quint fourth in the district. BRAKE STOP DISCOUNT CENTER Announces SHOCK ABSORBER CLEARANCE SALE All Shocks Must Go! OEM GABRIEL SHOCKS HEAVY DUTY GABRIEL SHOCKS *6 95 Ea. $095 U Ea. BUY GABRIEL STRIDERS Guaranteed tor as long as you own your car Installation Available 3 GET ONE FREE Prices Good While Existing Stock Lasts! 1107 E. Fulton 275-6666 "One Day Service" PUBLISHED IN THE GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM FRIDAY JULY 30,1976. PUBLISHER'S COPY SuuBaukNo CoMofidaUd Report of Cmdttkm of ^...Jhe. RdeU^.State[.Bank ^ „ of ??.rf?.?!?...9A!y in the State of ^!^. a f and Domestic Subsidiaries at the clom of bnaiiie i on. ..•Jyne.30 19..Z?. tonight, played from the point of protest. Three games are on tap tonight. The schedule: On Field One 6:00 p.m. — Finish of protested winners-bracket game between Holcomb and Indians. It will be played from second inning on. 7:30 p.m. — Losers-bracket game between Royals and the Holcomb- Indian loser; beaten team in this contest drops out of the meet. On Field Two 7:30 p.m. — Jets vs. Holcomb-Indian winner. This is finale of winners bracket. Squad which wins this contest can finish no lower than .second in the seven-team meet. No tourney games are slated Saturday. Three (and possibly four) contests on Sunday wind up the meet. Sunday's play starts at 1 p.m. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks 2. U.S. Treisu/y securities 3. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 4. Obligations' of States and political subdivisions 5. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 6. Corporate stock 7. Trading account securities 8. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resel 9. a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses c. Loans, Net 10. Direct lease financing 11. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing b 12. Real estate owned other than bank premises 13. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies 14. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding 15. Other assets 16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 15) LIABILIT 17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporatio 19. Deposits of United States Government 20. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 21. Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions 22. Deposits of commercial banks 23. Certified and officers' checks 24. TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 thru 23) a. Total demand deposits b. Total time and savines deposits :. Sen. Item Col. C 7 B 1 E B 2 E . . B 3 E B 4 E , . .... D 4 A 10. . 1 27 167 I I 531 ank premises .. . G 7 .... Ml). e c £ e None Mnn^ None None 2€ None None Nnnia None 31 Thou. 392 229 7OO 203 636 589 875 524 ES Sch. Item Col. F If A ..; ns ,. F If B+C ...... F 2 A+B+C F 3 A+B+C . . F 4 A+B+C F 5+6 A+B+C F 7 A ... F 8 A I 22 247 F 8 B4.C 24 458 25. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase E 4 26. Other liabilities for borrowed money 27. Mortgage indebtedness 28. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding . 29. Other liabilities 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) 31. Subordinated notes and debentures H 9 M 1J i Nc 294 184 142 846 ne Nc ne I 239 m^i mm None Nnnp None None 4^ None i 705 • 370 075 EQUITY CAPITAL 32. Preferred stock a. No. shares outstanding None 33. Common stock a. No. shares authnri7ert H^'««r>' , £f U LAJU , b. No. shares mitetanrting 34. Surplus ..... 35. Undivided profits 36. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) 38. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 30. 31, and (Par value) (Parvalue) 37) None 1 2 1 Mnnp 4 51 000 000 549 549 624 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9a b c 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 a b 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 ?B MEMORANDA 1. Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) . b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell (corresponds to item 8 above) c. Total loans (corresponds to item 9a above) d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more (corresponds to Memoranda items 3a plus 3b below) e. Total deposits (corresponds to item 24 above) f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase (corresponds to item 25 above) g. Other liabilities for borrowed money (corresponds to item 26 above) 2. Standby letters of credit outstanding 3, Time deposits of $100,000 or more: a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more 4 None 2€ e 4e Nont None Non< / t i t 85O 883 114 249 : 155 j 960 la h c rt e f g 2 3a . b it true and correct, to the belt of my knowledge and belief. ~- A * — - - o».w.na m «J 6anA, do .oUmnly { *£%& } that thi* report of condition &*cfxxwosttf<*r5^f&y$*ia*RBWti^ Correct— Attest: Direct or i, t »»,» of .....?§B3as County of Slnney M! I : Sworn to and tubtcribed before me thif ?8*h. day of-,. ,.<fii!3r , 19.1$.., /'£.a<jt / hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of thit bank. ^^f^L-^j j ^jy~2f) ,..V;> «V «o«imiit«m expire. JanUaiy....??.., W 7.8 ^^^....(^g^00?«o<W PuoKo.

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