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DON PiCKARD Our Hearts Aren't In It IMMHMMHT 8UK-MIWS. SUM8AT. JJUHJ ·. Team Title to Crown Cities AS SPORTS WRITERS, we are in this business because we feel athletics, on all levels, have an important place within the framework of our society. We glorify--sometimes deify--sports figures such as Don Drysdale. But our hearts aren't in it today. As we who know the athletes as human beings know that their hearts and minds are not attuned to the big business of fun and games today, either. This is a day for national reflection. It is a day to pause and pay tribute to the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. It is a day of national tragedy and a day--as directed by the President of thn United States--to honor the memory ol a-man who was loved by millions, hated by some, but respected by all. But the world of sports, in the old show biz adage, has said "The game must go on." Ranks With Rozelle Move IN A DECISION which ranks with the classic directive of National Football League commissioner Pete Rozelle on that dark Sunday in November, 1963, "appropriate ceremonies will precede today's major league baseball games." Our President lay dead on that day' in 1963. Today, his brother, a United States Senator and aspirant to the Presidency, lies buried nearby--and the pitchers are warming up in bullpens from one end of the nation to the other. I'm not going to the game today. Members of the Houston Astro ball club yesterday threatened a boycott of today's game--obviously an extreme measure aimed at forcing the hand of the Houston brass, but it didn't work. We're told by one of the Astro executive!) that the game will go on, '^because Senator Kennedy would have wanted it that way." Although Bobby Kennedy was a great sportsman and snorts fan, it is very doubtful whether he would give two . hoots and a holler whether the Astros played today or not. Hypracrisy in Action I DON'T KNOW about you, but I'm offended when some shallow, callous, hypocritical sports boss with no feelings of . national pride or personal sensitivity tells me "Senator Kennedy woule have wanted it." Few families in the history of the nation have given us more than the huge and tragic contribution of the Kennedy family--we owe them more than this. It seems sometimes that those who run our mini- world of sports are of the opinion that athletics supercede all. The tremendous outpouring of personal feeling evident in the past few days should have demonstrated to them that there are other things, and that there are days when sports can take a back seat--even if it does mean losing a few bucks, or shaking up the schedule. There will be many millions of fans who will be cancel- ling plans for the outing to the ballpark today, and there might even be some players who choose to defy the edicts to play or else. I'm with them. Historic Hockey Meeting MONTREAL--T h e National Hockey League will make a little more history this week when representatives of all 12 teams get together for the annual meeting and player draft. Each of the teams will be able to protect 14 players in the mportant intra-league draft scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. The Kings will draft number seven, following Oakland, Detroit, P i t t s b u r g h , Toronto, Minnesota and St. Louis. Following the Kings in the draft order will be Philadelphia, Chica;o, Boston, New York and Montreal. "We hope to at least plug one or two of our problem spots," said Kings general manager Larry Regan. "However, we hope not to lose one or two good players, which I'm afraid may happen." The big draft on Wednesday will be preceded by the inter- league draft a day earlier, in which the NHt teams will be entitled to draft from me rosters of teams in the American and Western Hockey Leagues. Each minor league team puts up its entire roster, but can lose only one player each. In the intra-league draft, an offshoot of last year's historic j expansion in which the size ofj the National Hockey League was doubled from six to 12 teams, each team is permitted to protect 14 players. These players can either be major league or minor league players. Only first year pros or players still eligible for junior hockey (20 years or younger) can be Window, Cheng Double Winners SAN DIEGO--The Crown Cities Track Club o£ Pasadena scored its second major team victory of the 1968 season by tiling up 108 points to win the team championship in the Call- ornia Southern Division Women's track and field meet at Balboa Stadium. Pat Winslow sparked the CCTC triumph with victories in he high jump and shot put and i second place in the long jump. Chi Cheng also contributed a pair of wins in the 80 meter hurdles and the long jump. ** 2 j B ?°" The Los Angeles Mercurettes MiHii«..iU finished second in the team 2 scoring with 94 points as Barbara Ferrell took first in both Southern Division Girls and ick and Reid championships sprints. California S Women's Trtr-.. _..- . at Balboa Stadium, Son Diego. BOm hurdles--1. Chi Cheng, Crown Clt ies 1C. 10.8. 3. Diane Sponnler, PAA 1114 3. Alberla Martin, Crown Cities 11.6. 100m-l. Barbara Ferrell, Mercui RUTH TROPHY--Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Oriole third baseman and Babe Ruth league director, holds one of over 700 plaques to be awarded championship teams nationwide. With him in front of Babe Ruth photo is Dory Evans, Ruth Leaguer from Trenton, N.J. General agent R. H. Harpster of Aetna's life division offices in Los Angeles, said his office will present trophies to playoff winners in area as part of overall program. Action on All Fronts Youth Baseball LITTLE LEAGUE CENTRAL ALTADENA Mountain Division Exchange .10 3 Jons 8 5 iarber .Pole 5 8 Junior Chamber 310 Leading Barters (at least a at bats) Vlnce Williams, J.C 32 16 .500 Bob Boker, Lions 43 18 .419 KDtrk Evans, Lions 41 17 .415 evin Williams, Exchange....31 12 .387 SwnJoyce.B.P. 29 n .379 Warner Session.B.P. . John Qllligan, Exchange, .. Rocky Bartlett, Exchange . Mike Grey, Lions Steve Lofton, B.P Chet Wondrles, Exchange . protected. The Kings have three first NCAA Track Results HAYWARD, Calif. (AP) -- Final results of the NCAA college division track championships which ended and field Saturday: Hammer throw -- 1, August Zlllncar, Monmouth of New Jersey, 195-1. 2, Ro- I cr C. Best, Bowdoln, 175-6. 3, Bruce ohnson, Southern Conn., 1684. 4, Charles 3 er oh Thompson, Springfield, Mass., 167*9. 5, Dave Genome, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1676. 6, William Murray, s. Conn., 166-10. Discus -- 1. C.B. Course, Case, 157-10. 2, Boyce Woolfolk, Randolph Macon, 154-7. 3, John Ferden, Luther, 154-2. 4, Bill Bradway, UC-Santa Barbara, 153-1. 5, Douglas Fisher, San Diego Slote, 152-2. 6, Wllliom Lamberson, Southwest Missouri, 150-10. Triple Jump -- 1. Sieve Gough, Seal- tle-Paclflc, 50-3. 2. William Wood, Brockport State, 49-OV-. 3, Bernie Kendall, Colo. State, 48-7. 4, Bobby Hesler, Son Fernando Valley, 48-2. 5, Kevin Sherlock, Nevada, 47-1VA. 6, Jerr yWygont, UC- . . .. . ...... _. ..... _____ 4, Bob Millar, UC-Santo Barbara, 1:51.5. 5, Vern McColla, UC- Riverslde, 1:51.7. 6, Pete Haggard, Hum- ·loldt State, 1:52.2. 200 meters-- 1, Clyde Glosson, rlnltv, 20.7. 2, Cecil Turner, Cal Poly-SLO, 20.8. Sonto Borboro 47-8'/. 10,000 meters -- 1, Grant Colehour, Eastern Kentucky. 3;:33.6. 2, Arian Gelling, North Dakota, 3;:34.8. 3, Jeff Rowlings, UC-Santa Barbara/ 30:39.0. 4, Juon Hernandez, San Diego State, 31:05.0. 5, North D Michael Konc, , .. Dakota, 31:08.0. 6, , , .. Vernal Wilkinson, westmont, 31:31.2. 3000 meter steeplechase -- Gary Tuttbe, Humboldt State, 9:10.4. 2, Run Petilgrew, Pepperdlne, 9:23.3. e, Don Baumgarner, Mdnkato Stale, 9:32.0. 4, Mark Gardner, U. of Pacific, 9:36.6. 5, Harry Skandera, Pepperdlne, 9:38.0. 6, Juon Hernandez, San Diego State, 9:43.0. 44C yard relay -- 1, Col Polv-slo (Cecil Turner, Leo DeWiner, Ruben Smith, Jay Edmondson) 40.4, (meet record]; breaks 40.5 by Fresno Stale, 19641. 2, Trinity, 41.2. 3, southwest Mlsosourl, 41.6. 4, Hayward State, 41.7. 5, Southern Colorado, Cai 'Dei Thompson, Nev- ive Chan, Sacramento , .. , 42.0. 6, Cal Poly-Pomona, 42.3. Long lump -- 1, Cecil Turner, Poly-Sle, 24-3W. 2, ~ · " ada, 24-2'A. 3, Dave ------Stole. 23-9'A. 4, Steve Gouoh, Seattle- Pacific, 2e-7%. 5, Daniel Revve, Son Dlegc- State. 23-6. 6, Carson English, Hayward State, 23-33-:. 110 meter HH-1, Vic Simmons, NevadOi 14.0. 2, Lanv McCreedy Northern lowo, 14.1. 3, Greg Magaee, Coost Guard, 14.3. 4, Harold Williams, Southern Colorado, 14.4. S, Thomas Hill, Arkansas State, 14.5 6, Lloyd Walker, Nevada, 14.5. 1 00 meters -- 1, John Kerr, Ball Sloe, 3:4/.4. 2, John Calsom, San Diego State, 3:48.7. 3, Dennis Savage, Westmont, 3:50 6. 4, Vlnce Engle, Humboldt State 3:50.9. 5, Dave Robbins, Portland Slate 3:52.4. 6, Gerald Bamburg, Seattle Pac|, 'i'oo '-- ' 1, Jay Elbel, uc-Sanla Bar bara, 46.7. 2. Walter Fltzpatrlc, Centra Conn., 46.9. 3, Clarence Lampkin, Easter Kenucky, 47.0. 4, Harold Sims, Ilncoln Missouri, 47.2. 5, Exodus Let, Ashland 47.7. t, James Nesbltt, central Michigan Slioi pu-- 1, Clayton Larson, Hayward Stale, 5!-4'/4. 2, Gens Kanavel, Nevada 8-3 3, Terry Llvermore, Portland State 4-10% 4, Vaughn Davis, Mount Union 54-1-H. S, Clark Chelsey, UC-Santa Bo bara, 53-e». 6, Victor Manklewict, Joseph, Pennsyvlanla, 52-1'A. 100 meters-- 1, Cecil Turner, Cal Poly SLO, 10.3. 2, Ruben Smith, Cal Poly-SLO 10.4. 3, Wofter Walker, Lincoln-Missouri 10.4. 4, William Ritchie, Howard, 10. 5, O.J. Horbold, Baldwin-Wallace, "0.5 t, Leo DeWlnter, Col Poly-SLO, 10.6. Javelin-- 1, Darol Wlnlle, Weber Slot. 23y-8, (meet record; old mark 235-9 len LaVllle, Cal 'Poly-SLO, 1965.) 2, Frank San FIllppo, Cal poly-Pomona, 239-5. C Jom«s Ulrlch, Indiana Stole, 237-2. 4 BUI Short, Pullerton Sate, 221-5. 5, Bo year players--Jim Murray, Rick Pagnutti and Larry Mavety. The four-day meeting will wind up with the annual amateur draft on Thursday. Also scheduled for the final day is the reverse draft, in which mi- 4U : J lllciei in--I, *-.nui«w DCII, miicir _ , .,, . on university, 51.5.2, somson ogunioye, nor league teams will have an Rauio, Nevada, 218-11. 6, Mark Doem- and, Col Poly-Pomona, 215-8. meter IH--1, Andrew Bell, Amerl- Nevada, 52.3. 3, Gary Kerr, Cal .Poly. LO, 52.3. 4, Larry Aldrlch, U. of Pa- ilic, 52.6. 5, Roy Roberts, Hoyward State, 3.0. 6, Ralph Baker, Central Michigan, ,..35 13 .371 ,..42 15 .357 ..31 11 .355 ...41 14 .341 ...36 12 .333 ...41 13 .317 Ri'diard Gonzalez," J.C.". 26 8 .308 L*e-Mar!p«a DIv. 3nd Half Cards 2 Giants 1 Dodgers 800 meters-l, Mike :tate, 1:50.4. 2, Dove Hoi :50.8. 3, Wayne Denny, Eck, Fullerto Ige, MocAlester, Northeast Mis- :r, Cal Poly-Si Llncoln-MissoL . Ruben Smllh, Cal Poly-SLO, 2T.4. 5, William Ritchie, Howard. 2I.S. 6, Leo DeWlnter, Cal Poly-SLO, 21.5. le relay--!, UC-Sonta Barbara (Bill Millar, Bob Millar, Dennis Oiiniaeff, Jay Elbel) 3:12.0. 2, Sacramento Stale, 3:13.4. , Long Beach Stae, 3:13.. 4, Cal 'Poly- SLO 3:13.6. 5. Ashtand, 3:14.0. 6, Hayward State, 3:15.0. 5000 meters--1, Grant Colehour, Eastern Kentucky, 14:29.0. 2, Greg Bogby, San Diego State, 14:31.0. 3, David Hamblen, San Diego State, 14:33.8. 4, Ben Wilson, AIT, 14:46.0. 5, Bill Scruggs, Cal Poly- 'omona, 14:53.7. 6. Allan M. Gelling, North Dakota, 14:56.0. Pole vault--I, Peter Chen, American, 6-1, (meet record. Beters own ]4-7Vi, je In 1966.) 2. George Newstrom, UC- Davls, 15-4. 3. Sam Marlch, Cal Polv- pomona, 15-4. 4, Richard Moon, South )ako1a State, 1 -4. 5, Warren Murctilson, Son Diego Stafe, 15-0. 6, John Capdevllle, 'evada, 14-fl. High lump -- 1, Al Flares, Cleveland State, 6-8. 2, Ivory Giles, Indiana Stae, 6-8. 3, Larry Cormier, Hayward State, i-8. 4 r Tie, Jos Control! UC-Santa Bar- aro, and Jim Brown, Cal Poly-Pomona, "1-6. 6, Rich Thles, Mnnkato State, 6-6. Team scores: Cal Poly-SLO, 62; UC- ianta Barbara, 4B; Nev2 Eastern Kentucky, 26; Hayword State 24; Cal Poly-Pomona, American 20; Trinity, 18; Lincoln. ... State 14; Indiana Stale, 14; North Dakota 11; Monmouth, 10; Case Institute, 10; 'epperdint, 10; Ball State, 10; Weber _r, 10; Cleveland st, 10; Bowdoln 8; Brockport, 8; Pacific, 8; Portland St 8; Northern Iowa, 8; Central Conneclcu 8; MacAIester, S; UC Davis, 8; South opportunity to draft players. All sessions are scheduled for the Queen Elizabeth Hotel. Regan also said there was the _prt possibility of a trade or two M-ior to the draft. "Red Kelly and I have spent the past week up here in Canada talking not only to our scouts but also to representatives of the other NHL teams. We hope maybe to swing at least one deal before the draft." Ancels -. First Hoi! Champs Leading Butters (at lean K at bats) R. Locus, Glonts E. Hamilton, Cards M. Jaccoma, Cords Blankenshlp, Mets p. Johnson, Angeles M. Duerst, Giants K. Peterson, Gionls B. Harlan, Angels Ray custer. Dodgers Rich Custer, Dodgers ...759 ...71 Braves Tia , , Connecticut, 7; Southwest Missouri, 7, Westmont, 7; -Mankalo State, 7; Colorado Slate, 6; Southern Colorado, 6; Northeast Missouri, 6; Long Beach state 6; Southern Colorado, 6; Northeast Missouri, 6; Long Beach State 6; Howard, 6; Luther, 6, Coasl Guard, 6; Springfield, Mass 4; San Fernando Valley, 4; Ashland, 4; Mount! Union, 4; MIT, i: South Dakota State,, 4; Wisconsin at Milwaukee, 2; Arkansas Slate, 2; Central Michigan, 2; Baldwin Wallace, 1; UC Riverside, 2; St., Joseph, Penn, 1. End Summary NAIA Tennis Sweep for Redlands KANSAS CITY (AP) - Redlands University of California made a clean sweep of the NAIA Tennis Tournament Saturday adding the singles and the doubles championships to the team title it had already cinched. Doug Verdieck, the sophomore defending the singles title he won last year as a freshman, knocked over John Rolph of California Western 6-4, 6-L Then Verdieck teamed with Bruce Nelson to give Redlands the doubles championship over Jay Lysaught and James Wadley of Southeastern Oklahoma 6-3, 8-6. End Coach Dies HANOVER, N.H. (AP)-Earl P. Hamilton, 44, backfield and end coach of the Dartmouth football team, died Friday night following a heart attack. I I I /.up Division C Hall) 588 533 500 458 433 43 Winners of the 1st Hall. Leading BoHers (At least 20 times at boll A. Lewis, Orioles, . Hohn, Braves R. Gonzoles, Cubs . MocMHIan, Tigers B. Brooks, Tigers B Brooks, Tigers M. Rastilk, Braves J. cancer. Tigers M. McKernon, Tigers S. Welngarten, Braves T. Roy, Indians B. 'Pike, Tlbers M. Foley, Cubs EAST ALTADENA Mojor* , Altadena Refuse Astros 10 1 loyalty Electric .Pirates ... Mirror Glaie Dodgers Kiwanls Giants Altadeno Federal Cubs scores Dodgers 6, Pirates 2- Gtants 15, Cubs 3. Pirates 4, Astros T. Dodgers 6, Cubs 6. Astros 13, Giants 4. Intermediates Altadena Refuse Astros ,...87S ,...66 ....65 ....609 ....609 ....59 ....579 ,...565 ....54 ,...52 ....52. ,...52 ,...500 .9 .5 .3 9 .1 10 Mirror Glaze Dodgers .... 'irates Kiwanls Giants Altadena Federal Cubs ... Scores Pirates S, Dodgers 4. Cubs 8, Giants 1. Astros 8, Pirates 1. Cubs 8, Dodgers 5. Astros 8, Giants O. Minors Angels Yankees Indians ·· Tigers scVreY Indians 20, Tigers 0. An^ls 7, Yankees^ It was a week of wsets.ln I clly 10 7 7 2 3 2 ....i o Pasadena Day | SUNDAY, JULY 7-] :00 P.M. | DODGERS VS. CINCINNATI REDS Two Tickets for the Pri:e of One TWO BOX SEATS FOR S3.50 TWO RESERVED SEATS 52,50 Order any evtn number of tlctnfe All enkn musl be poitmarictd no later than midnight, Friday, JVM n Little League, highlighted by the Roy r Electric Pirates handling the Altode Refuse Astros their flrsf IMS of th Yt paul Stanslaw pitched the Pirate! to 4-1 nod over the Astros, as the Pirate came bock from being upset themselvy earlier In the week, losing 2,«,"« rd . to Mirror Glaze Dodgers. Kirk AVOZK pitched the Dodger win and turned three sparkling fielding Plays. Allodeno Federal Cubs then upset Dodgers with a 4-6 tie, Tom Hlldebrand two run double seemlnoly won the torn for the Dodaers, but Tom Baker's tw run double for the Cubs brought the back. Ken McDonald mode a great cat; In left field for the cubs, to maintain th tlo ond Mike McLellan ond Eric Hop both sparkled In putouts ot the plate. Jim Fronclscus turned In n sterlln performance in the oulfleld as the Gtan drooped the Cubs, 15-3. Tim Esles had a double ond two si pies as the Astros knocked over t! Giants, 13-4. WEST PASADENA second Holt Standings wm Lost PC captain joe Carr of Ireland, Tag* -I::;;;:;:;::;;::::::::! 8 # British Title To Bon attack TROON. Scotland (AP) - Michael Bonallack, a 33-year-old Englishman, sank an 18-forj| putt on the 30th green for a halve that defeated Walker Cup NAMI I I I I (MKM print) ABDHU CITY ZIP.. TILIPHONI.. Rox Stall I Reserved lest. I Moiling » Hondllng Choree Uc Total Chtek er Monn/ Orotr I payable to. LOI ANOILII DOMIM, INC. Moll til ULgyg aWOkil HVOHfl *V LUB AnwviiH* wwiwwHnai in\M man ivi FMAMHA DAY,.«/», DOMBRS, ·« WO, t.A. Wl» and 6 for tha Britisfi Amateur pSsodena "spo'rVsrnen Golf Championship. It Is third time he has won it. Bonallack' finished the morn, ing 18 holes, 6-up, against 46- year-old Carr, himself a triple winner of the crown. After 24 holes, Bonallack was Johnson, Poiice'b'epi 37 n .SM 8-up over Troon's 7,130-yard, ^ U|| ^.- K «-"-" E !! 'SJ jar 36-37--73 links, drenched in irilliant sunshine. Sravi v ::':v..:::::::::::::::::..:j Flr« Dept J '"Leadin'i'iiarie'rs (ot leostTW ot oats) Simpson, Dodaers « 23 oi.o ! 'j ax was the wlnr.Ing pitcher with 13 ·Ikeouts. Todd Smote wos the losing Bob O'Doy annexed hli sixth victory In e 7-UD defeat of J.S. on June 6. He had strikeouts and Arty Alexander, the los- g pitcher, had 13 strikeouts. Bob O'Day d Mike Morris hit home runs to ac- unt for all of 7-Up's score. Greg DeWater allowed only two hits In alking up his fourth victory In the Elks n over P.P. on June 6 and also hit his st home run of the season. Hamilton as the losing pitcher in that game. Leading Pitchers ^ L $ g Day (7-Up) 6 1 'li eWater (Elks) 4 1 4V adley (Elks) 4 2 idle 17-Up) 3 2 X (J.S.) 2 3 amllton (P.F.) 2 3 exandcr U.S.) 2 4 65 Iller (7-Up) 1 0 18 cBrlde (J.S.; 1 0 5 isper (P.F.) 1 2 34 Top 10 Baiters (at least » AB) Doy (7-Up) 43 27 .628 orris (7-Up) 39 21 .538 adley (Elks) 3? 18 .462 one U.S.) « 15 .357 amlllon IP.F.) 37 13 .351 ettle (7-Up) 35 12 .343 alchow (Elks) 38 13 .342 harnberland (Elks) 32 10 .313 ames (J.S.) 35 10 .286 ewoter (Elks) 35 10 .2!o Home Runs 5--Podley (Elks) 4--O'Day (7-Up), %H o r r l s (7-Up), Slbert (P.P.), Gaspe P.F.), l--Alcssl (J.S.), Kettle (7-Up), in ram (Elks, G i b s o n (Elks), DeWate Elks). Minor A ngineering Unlimited ° · colt Tours 8 . illcrest Auto Service 6 iptimists 2 1 scores Scott Tours t, Hillcrest 3 Engineering Unlimited 12, Optimists 7 HIITcrest 11, Optimists 4 Scon Tours 10, Engineering Unlimited Hillcrest 5, OpHmlsts 2 Highlights Allen Webb (Scott Tours) hit o clutch rlple to bring In Ihe winning run agalns lllcresl on June 1. On June 5 Fret Vails (Scott Tours) In o brilliant dlsi f pitching ability struck out 11 bat-- nd allowed only five hits against league eading Engineering Unlimited. Minor B louts \ltes odaers ' ordinals 9 'ankees (Oper. Eng'rs Local 12) 8 Irates 4Vi 7 1 / lodgers (Rush Construction) ,.,.2Va " Scores Cardinals 4, Dodgers 0. Cardinals 10, Dodgers 1. Yankees 6, Pirates 2. Yankees 14, Plroles 10. Highlights The Cardinals kept first place honor by winning two against the Dodgers. Th Yankees stayed close behind In tbe tlgh ·ace by taking two from the Pirates Danny Stewart and John Thlele of th Cardinals hit home runs ond pltche Wayne Small struck out 8 of 9 batters h aced. Henry Jordan of the Pirates h ils first home run, a grand slam. displa' batters Dodgers 18, Pirates 2 Giants 9, Eagles 4 Giants 13, Pirates 2 Mites 10, Eag Dodgers 12, Mites 10, Eagles 7 Mites 8 hit 3 for Giants -- Wayne cored 2 runs ond one RBI. Horry Ebert it 2 home runs, had 7 RBIs, scored uns and leads his team with a battlni verage of .622. Dodgers-- Jim Slought hit 2 homr uns ond Brian Wallace hit l home run. Pirates -- Chris Manning hit a slngl [riving In a run. Eagles -- Dave Carithers hit a horn un and a triple. Mites -- Norm Berger hit 2 doubles Roger Miller hit o home run driving In uns and double driving In another run rnd Lpyne Byme hit a double. EAST PASADENA Majors W Altodena Dairy 9 Mirror Glaze 8 Vic's Cleaners 8 Mirror Glaze 17, Altadena Dairy 4. SCORES B.K. 4, Vic's Cleoners 2. Mirror Glaze 10, Vic's Cleaners 4. Altadena Dairy 3, B.K. 1. Altadena Dairy 1, B.K. 0. Vic's Cleaners 3, Mirror Glaze 1. Highlights Last Saturday, It was Mirror Gta; HASTINGS RANCH Malor League , Minor League Cubs (Paso. Federal SS.L) . ....... Beavers (Star Furniture) ......... 5Vi 4 1 / Giants (Fisher's Phillips M) ..... fh n Royals (General Telephone) ..... 4 5 Red Sox (Investors 5J.L1 ......... Vi By Scores Cubs 15, Giants 7. Giants 6, Red Sox 3. Beavers 23, Royals 1. Cubs 5, Beavers 4. Highlights The Cubs tightened their hold on fli jlace by sweeping bath of their aames jhls week's minor league action. The now boast a 9 and 1 record. The Beave kept second place by winning one of the two games. Form Leaf ue Angels Colts Rams (Ken Smith Rlty) Astros SCOTM Colts 12, Rams 5. Rams 10, Colts 6. Angels 17, Astros 2. · Angels 18, Astros TO. SIERRA MADRE Malor Division W ....II 6 6 1 raves Yankees Red Sox Dodgers . Cubs .... L ..9 1 T PC 0 ..a 2 ....5 5 1 6 0 ....3 7 ....1 10 Scores Yankees 16, Dodgers 10 Red Sox 7, Cubs 5. Indians 2, 'Braves 0. Yankees 2, Red Sox I. Braves , cubs 0. Minor Division W Seals ......................... Padres ....................... Stars .......................... 6 3 0 .66 Colls ......................... 6 Orioles ....................... 4 Mountles ..................... 3 Angels ....................... 3 Astros ....................... 2 Scores Seals 11, Mounlles 5. Angels 15, Astros 14. Orioles 18, Colts 13. Stars 10, Padres 7. Seals IS, Angels 14. Colts 38, Astros 4. Mountles j, cadres 4. SOUTH PASADENA Mnlor Leasue lay, Doll ouer Altadena Dolry, 17-4. Perry Thomas and Dan Peterson stirred the pitching du- lies, allowing only 3 hits. Thomas, 3 for 4, ond Peterson, 2 for 4, also starred at Ihe plate, along with Stev« Whltaker who W °n the r B.K. upset victory over Vic's Cleaners, 4-2, It wos the K strikeout shutout pitching of Brondln White which highlighted the game. Dale Fallcon relieved In the fifth ond completed the gome, striking out two. Fallcon hod a tine evening at the plate also, with 2 doubles driving In 3 runs. White, 2 for 3, and Bob Braley and Jock Schulman, each wllh singles, olio contributed to the win. On Wednesday, it was the pitching ond hitting of Brian Mori thot led Altadena Dairy over B.K. 3 to 1. Mori, who had a n o - h i t t e r going until the fifth Inning struck out 9, In running his record to 5 ond 1. Doubles by Mori and Alex Aghala nlan drove In the runs for the winners. In the first game of a Frldoy nlghl doubleheader, Altadeno Dairy squeezed by B.K., 1-0, Highlight of the jams was a third Inning home run by Brian Mori, his v e n t i ? of the season. Gory Reeter W L So. Pasadena Disposal ............ 8 3 First Federal Savings ............. 7 4 Toggery ........................... 4 6 ins. Excg. SW savings ............ 2 I cores Toggery 3, First Federal 1. S.P. .Disposal. 12, Ins. Exch.-SW 5a ngs 2. First Federal 4, Toggery 2. First Federal 7, Ins Exoh. 3. S.P. Disposal 8, Toggery 2. First Federal 10, Ins. Exch. 7. S.P. Disposal 7, Toggery 5. First Federal 11, S.P. Disposal i. Ins. Exch. 5, Toggery D. Highlights On Monday nlte, June 3, First Fede moved to within 1 gome of Lngue lee ng S.P. Disposal In a wild tree swing gome. The final scors was Tl to ft. On Tuesday June 4, Hank Huber stru out 10 Toggery batten as ht led his I Fletcher,' Klwonls 36 19 .528 Jackson, Fire Depl 36 9 .526 Root, Yankees 31 6 . 5 6 pitched 'aii' oirl5tondlna~goiTn7 ol'lowing~S hits and striking out 10 In the shutou win, Minors W L Clvltans 8 4 54B| pantry Morkels 7 4 Carter, Paso, sportsmen ..... 3! IS .500 .ynn. Paso. Sportsmen ....... 44 22 .500 'letcfier, Klwonls ............. 37 8 .486 Pro Gage Signings , Taylor, Panlry ................ 30 14 .467 soac, Dodaers ............... 43 20 .465 H John- , Dodaer »M. POM? Sportsmen 'eron, Braves Jonet, Dodger* .ewls, Paso. Sportsmen . ilmltn, PollS! Dept. " M, pro. Sporttroen moo, Atl center, NmM (HIM - Hen Krl* ncinnati. Pro Grid Signings Chlwto Mm -- Plvt veteran linemen L «r«''s,.Sl ? "" I * L - ¥ " IB ' Fv "' ""*'" Jim KlicK :itlzens Bank ...................... 2 9 1 Scores Pantry Markets 6, Clvltans 2. Pantry Markets 7. Mr. Steak 4. Clvitans 4, Citizens Bank 2. over Clvltans, It wos the tine 12-strlkeoul. 2-hlt pitching of Jim Fulhom that mode he difference. Fulhom's record Is now 5 wins ond 1 lost. Frank Foollmer ond Unterrtlner each had singles for If wot eoaln l! tlmt ~~ Juonlta Studio Posodina Fedei EssMffftV? 7-UP J. Juonlto Shijtlo 1 Blki 1!, il) er, hlftwe home runs the J.S. uoiel of 7-Up on June single. In e ( Steve Ar · "Steak ..6 Toggery ba SW Savings Exch. SW Savings team mates to a S t' shutout. La Toarette's . Minor League Sllvestrl Beatty ( Scores Bobs 9, E.O. Anders B. Tourette's 3, Taco Treat S. Sllvestrl 3, Roy's 17. Taco Treot 11, Sllveslrl 1. E 0. Anders, 5, Rov'S 3. La Tourelte's 15, Bob's Photo 4, La Tourette's 24, Roy's Plumbing 6. E. 0. Anders 1, La Tourette's 2. Bob's Photo 17, Sllvestrl 7. Taco Treat 12, Roy's Plumb. 7. Roy's Plumb. I, Bob's Photo 9. Silvestrl 5, La Tourette'l 21. Taco Treot 17, E. 0. Anders 2. PONY LEAGUE SIERRA LEAGUE South Pas Wins Two Strong pitching by Don Ferra- and Ron Davidson, combined th the five-rbi performance of ght fielder Tom Impliazzo, ought South Pasadena a dou- ft header sweep of Altadena .turday, 3-0 and 6-0, in Amerin Legion baseball action at osabel Park in South Pasade- Ferrari and Davidson each ssed four-hitters, with Ferrar lalMng up 11 strikeouts in the ener. Impliazzo drove in two uns in the first game with ree hits in five at bats, am rove home three in the thin ith a home run. FIRST CAME ALTADENA SO. PASADENA ob r h bl ob r h b Its cf 4 0 2 OWoht 2b S O U ubbard js 2 0 1 OClprlonl cf 5 0 0 0 alls Ib 2 0 0 0 P h O l r II 3 2 1 llson Ib Z O O O I m p l l o j w rf 5 0 3 wedlow If ' 0 0 0 Castro 3b t 0 2 Idmem p 3 0 0 0 McDonald c I 0 l vaulst 3b 3 0 0 OHouser Ib 5 0 0 ode rt t 0 0 OMosso ss 5 1 0 e s e c 4 0 1 0 Ferrari p 4 0 1 ones 2b 3 0 0 OHcndley p 0 0 0 1.8 2. Dee DeBusK, Mercurettes, 12.0- 3. lonet McForland, Santa Ynez TC, 12.3. 200m--1. Barbara Ferrell, Mercurelles, 24.3. 2. Dlono Wilson, Mercurettes, 24.4. 3 Jontt McFnrlond. Sonta Ynez TC. 5 0 400m--1. Bunny Pope, Santo Ynez TC, 2. Kothv Chin, San Diego Lancer- SI.4, 3. Jonet Schmidt, Mickey's -, . - r v l s Scott, Mercuretles, i;n.i. 2. Perrl Srown, Slml Volley Strld- ers, 2:24.2. 3. Wllmo EverlV, Santo Poula Tloerbelles, 2:28.3. 1500m--l. Maureen Dlckson, sonto Mon- lea AA, 4:37.3. 2. Pot Cole, Crown Cities, 4:50.8. 3. Cathy Destout, San Diego Lan- cereiles, 4:53.4. 400m relav-1. Mercurettes. 44.9. J. Son Dleoo Lancerettes A, 45.0. 3. San Dlega Lencerettesb 9, 51.4. , lt e loom relay--1. Sanla Ynez TC, 1:4S.S. 2. Mercurettes B, 1:49.4. 3. Son Dltao Laneerdtes, 1:49.4. , Javelin--1. Roberto Brown, Son Diego Lanctrelles, 1SO-1. 2. RoNoe Balr, San . Oleno Loncerelles, 158-0. 3. Undo Hover- : lacion, Crown Cities, 139-6. 1 Hioh lump-l. Pol Winslow, Crown Cil- ies, 5-3. 2. Diane Sponger, PCC. 4-10. 3. i Sandy Lonqervoln, Lakewood Spartans. 4. 10 Lona lump--1. Chi Chenq, Crown Cities, 18-11. 2. Pot Winslow. Crown Cities. 139 ] 4 3 Shirley Lenyoun, San Diego Lon- certtles, l8-3'/i. Discus--I. alga Connolly, Crown cllles,. 6-9. 2. Lynn Grohom, Mercurettes, 1193. vlralnlo Bearing, Santa Ynei TC, Shot put--1. Pot Winslow, crown Cities, -0. 2. Lynn Graham, Mtrcurettes, 42-i '/. 3. Leslie Gllessmon, Sonta Yner C, 39-5. Team scoring--Crown Cltlei 101, Mercu- :ttes 94, San Diego Lancerettn 76. GIRL WINNERS 50y h u r d I es --Leslie Flakes, Mickey's Msslles, 7.2. 50V--Oelores Fonlel, Micky's Missiles, 6.2. lOOy--Borbara Emeron. Crown Cities, 11.3. J20--Renoye Bown, Mickey's AAlsslles, 25.5. 440--Joanne llbreath. Crown Cities, 57.3. 880-Maria terns, SoCal Missiles, 2:17.2. 440 relay- Mickey's Missiles A, 47.1. MO relay-Mickey's Missiles, 1:43.!. Javelin--Terrl Wiley, Mlckey'« Missiles, 50-4. Hlah lump--S h a r 0 n Collation, rown C i t i e s , 5-4. Long lump--Vickie letls, SoCol Missiles, 18-2. Discus--Vivian 'urner, Lokewood Spartans, 127-V.. Shot ut--Vlvlon Turner, Lakewood Spartans, Team scoring--Mickey's Missiles 135. -DON CALLAHAN . TADENA 000000000--0 E-Mosso, Cipriani, McDonald, Ferrerl oils, Ellison, Nvaulst. 2B-lmplloi;o I-- 'p'hafr'."'c'o'stro','"Howcr,"Plits'r SH- ouscr LOB-- Allodeno 11, So. Pasadcn 4. BB-- Ferrari 11, Hendley 1. Wldman 0-- Ferrol 11, Hendley 1, Wldman 7. Wli er-- Ferrari. Loser-- Widmon. SECOND G A M E ALTADENA SO. PASADENA ob r h bl ob r h b III, c t 4 0 1 0 Wahl 2b 4 2 2 lubbord ss 4 0 1 0 Pholr It 3 0 0 (Vails Ib 4 0 0 0 McDonald c 4 2 3 wedlow c 3 0 0 0 Implazio r f 3 1 1 Nvaulsl 3b 2 0 0 0 Castro 3b Ellison rl 1 0 0 0 Cipriani ct Wade If 3 0 0 0 Hemphlll cl jilllgan rf-p 3 0 1 0 Houser Ib ones 2b-3b 3 0 0 0 Mosso ss Jarnett p 2 0 0 0 Davidson o Vldman 2b 1 0 1 0 Totals 30 0 4 0 Totals 4 0 1 3 0 0 I 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 1 t 0 0 32 610 Aznsa Rips Black Cats Pasadena American Legion Post 13 took it on the chin from Azusa Post 180 Saturday at Brookside Park, 7-1, to give the Black Cats their first loss in three league outings. Center fielder Dave Taylor lad two hits for the losers, including a triple. The rivalry will oe renewed this morning at 10:30 on the Gladstone High School diamond, corner of Azusa Road and Arrow Highway. AZUSA POST 110 BLACK CATS 11 ^..... E-- Hubbord. HR-- Impllono. 3B-- Ho -, 2B-- Gllllgon, Hubbord, Caslro. SB--! raw, McDonald. SH-Davldson. LOB- Altadeno 7, So. Pasadena 5. BB-- Bornctt| Kapano.cf Golvln,2b Ode.c Hlnes.ib Henek.b Redmon.rf ,, Iu Donnelly.ss MJlo Cosey.ll Bashorc.p obrhbl 4 2 2 2 Toylor.cf 4 1 1 1 Mosely.ss 4 1 2 2 Coots r t 4 0 1 2 Rosenlhal.c 4 0 0 0 McGulre.lb 3 1 1 0 Clllllon,3b 4 0 1 0 Grl;alva,2b 4 1 0 0 Still, I t 3 1 0 0 Throop.p Wode.ph Kemp,p Bonfll,p ob r h 61 4 0 2 0 t 0 J 1 4 1 ) 0 4 0 1 1 4 0 1 0 4 0 O'O 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 00 D 0 0 0 0 , Davidson 3. SO--Bornett 2, Davidson 6. ylnner--Davidson. Loser--Bornett. Kathy, Carol Share Lead LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The reliables, Kathy Whitworth nd Carol Mann, each played sub-par golf Saturday to move nto the lead after two rounds n the women's PGA Bluegrass Invitational Golf Tournament. Miss Whitworth, who had a irst round 73, shot a four-under-par 68 Saturday. Her nines of 34-34 gave her a 36-hole total of 141, one under par. Miss Mann, currently .eading money winner on . Tolols 34 7 8 7 Totals 33 1 6 1 | Azusa Post 180 000 002 032-7 Pasadena No. 13 100 000 COO--1 E-Hcnke, Boshore, Mosley, Coots. 3B -Taylor. 2B-Rosenlhul. SB-Kapano SH -Golvln. DP - Galvln-ponnelly-Hlnes; MosHv-Grtsalva-McGulre. LOB-Azuso 2, pisodeno 5. BB--Boshor*. o, Throop 2, Bonflll 2. Winner Boshore. Loser--Throop. the the women's PGA tour, improved ler opening round 71 by one stroke. She covered the front nine in 34, two under par, then played even par 36 on the backside for her 141 total. Tied for second place with 143s were rookie Sandra Post and veteran Murle Lindstrom, Miss Post fired a 71 Saturday and Miss Lindstrom matched Miss Whitworth's 68. Ayala Beaten By Fletcher MANCHESTER, E n g l a n d AP) -- Ken Fletcher, Austra- ian ace now living in Hong Kong, won the British Northern Lawn Tennis, singles crown Saturday by drubbing Chilean veteran Luis Ayala, 6-3, 6-2. In the women's singles final, Margaret Smith Court of Australia overcame 22-year-old Virginia Wade of England, who went into the final immediately after winning a tough semifinal over Australias' Judy Tegart. Miss Wade beat Miss Tegart 12-10, 6-1, and then lost to Mrs. Court 6-4, 4-6, 6-4. Satchel Paige Leaves Hospital Ambassadors Meet Features Hannam Honor In Ponlry Markets SaSaturday 6-2 win Reds . Piroles Tigers 3 6 i Twins 2 I { Scores Reds 12, Tigers 2. Pirates 19, Twins 3. Pirates B, Tigers 4. Reds 7, Twins 2. Twins 9, Plroles 5. Reds 4, Tigers 3. BABE RUTH LEAGUE PASADENA Notlwtol Division KANSAS CITY (AP) - Leroy "Satchel" Paige, a star pitcher for many years in Negro j leagues and in the American | League, has been released from a hospital he entered May 31 with pneumonia. Pasadenan Bob Hannam, otfi- Paige, whose age was given cer in the U.S. Amateur Hockey as .52 w hen he was hired recent- Association, will be honored by i y as a deputy at the Jackson the Helms Hall of Fame at the county jail is also a Democratic monthly meeting of the Pasade- candidate for the Missouri na Sports Ambassadors, June 25 House of Representatives, at the L.A. Police Academy on !!»'$ PAHBBNA AMIRICAN AmKlnn Lntmue Smrn Indian 11, Yankees o. inoloni 1, White Sox 1. While Sox 14, OrtolM. Cotst Ltnw Scores """·TV** Irian Cowle seventh Mirw e So Academy Road, adjacent to Dodger Stadium. ; Hannam, a member of the I group, will be honored for his contributions to amateur hockey. Jiggs McDonald, Los Angeles Kings play-by-play ati' nouncer, will be master of cere- Shokeys 4 1 MtrchantA . Snaktyi », Elks I Pino. I, Elks 2 7-up 1, Merchant! 1 Amtflem Dlvnm Youth Center ................ Pasadtna Mirohants .......... Avon .......................... Junior ChamMr .... .......... Sinner .......................... ,j i ...3 : ,.s i ,..i 5 J8SJ8S.W Junior ----- ........ w , , Norens ................................ 3 o monies at the final meeting of the 1967-68 season. Because It is ths final meet Ing, ladies will b« invited to attend. Social hour begins at 6 p.m., dinner at 7. Donation Is $4.00 per person, Avon II. Milne t Avon 4, Stelner 3 Merchonti 16, Junior Chombtr 5 Youtti CenKr 4, MUM l Youth Center !, Avon 4 Mercnonti », Stilntr 0 Milne 6, Jtato ehtmigr J Stive Johnson ,.»d six e nna .612. ho'd'ilx con'iKutlvi Mti c ilw Chamber has. and It now bat* Hughes Ailing ST. LOUIS (AP) - Cardinal pitcher Dick Hughes was returned to St. Louis Saturday for treatment of a troublesome right shoulder. Hughes was taken out in th* second inning of · game Friday night la Crnndnnati whtn his shoulder b«cam« tender. Javelin Best VIENNA, Austria (AP)-Eva Janko of Austria, threw th« javelin 190 feet, 11 inches, setting a world best mark ot 1968 in Saturday's Austria-Denmark track meet for women.

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