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PAGE SK THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1!HB Cleveland Rallies To Beat Yanks 10-9 Kindall's Homer Does It; Frisco Halts Cards 5-0 . CLEVELAND (AP)-Jerry Kindall, Cleveland's little man who gets hot against New York, .cracked a dramatic two-run homer in the ninth inning to propel the Indians to a 10-9 victory over .the Yankees Saturday. Kindall had four hits in the game, giving him 18 hits in 40 .trips against the Yanks this season, a .450 mark. . Cleveland jumped off to a 6-0 lead with three runs in each of the first two innings, but the .Yanks battled back and went ahead in the eighth frame as the great Mickey Mantle marked his return to action for the first time since May 18 with a three-run homer that traveled 450 feet. Mantle hit his homer in a pinch hitting role off Gary Bell to put the Yanks in front 9-7. Jim Coates, the New Yorkers' seventh pitcher was oh the mound in the ninth, trying to protect a 0-8 lead. He hit Woodie Held with a pitch to start the frame. He retired Bubba Phillips on a pop bunt but Kindall then blasted his fifth homer into the left field stands. New York 000 220 230 — 12 2 Cleveland 330 100 012—10 14 0 Sheldon, Daley (2), Bouton (3), Reniff (4), Bridges (5), Turley (8, Coates (8 and Howard, Blan- •dhard (1; Perry, Allen (7), .Bell (8) and Romano. W —Bell <4-4). L-Coates (5-3). Home runs — Nev? York, Blanchard (10), Maris (12), Mantle (8. Cleveland, Kindall (5). RED SOX WIN i ; DETROIT (AP) - The Boston Red Sox jumped on Jim Bunning ..for four quick runs and then hung •on to defeat the Detroit Tigers 4-2 Saturday. Right-hander Earl Wilson helped his own cause with a bases-loaded second-inning double to drive in Boston's first two runs. Boston picked up two more in the third as Carl Yastrzemski hit his tenth home run, a solo clout, and Carroll Hardy added another with a double. That was all for Bunning. Sam Jones, Jerry Casale and Terry Fox blanked the Red Sox the rest of the way. Rocky Colavito slammed his llth and 12th home runs leading off the fifth and seventh innings to give Detroit its only tallies as the Tigers went down to their seventh straight defeat. i Wilson tired and. was relieved by Dick Raclatz who held the Tigers scoreless in the last two innings. Boston 022 000 000-4 6 0 Detroit 000 010 100—2 8 0 Wilson, Radatz (8) and Tillman; Bunning, Jones (3), Casale (6), Fox (9) and Brown.. W—Wilson (4-2). L-^Bunning (6-4). Home runs—Boston, Yastrzem- ski (10). Detroit, Colavito 2 (12). ; MAUICHAL RIGHT '•: SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Juan : -Maricha) shut out St. Louis 5-0 on • .'two hits Saturday as the San • '^Francisco Giants ended a . -game losing streak. inning on singles by Lou Brock, Moe Thacker, Landrum, Ken Hubbs and Banks and an error by Frank Thomas. Chicago 000 140 100-6 11 0 New York Oil 001 000—3 7 1 Cardwell, Elston (7) and Thacker; Hunter, Daviault • (5), Moorhead (8) and Taylor. W—Cardwell (3-7). L—Hunter (1-1). Home run—Chicago, Banks (17. WIN LONG GAME CHICAGO (AP) - Pinch hitter Ron Farley's llth inning single scored the winning run from third for a 4-3 Chicago White Sox triumph over the Los Angeles Angels Saturday. Charley Smith opened the llth with a two-bagger, moved to third on a sacrifice and scored on Farley';; first hit in 19 pinch hit tries. The loser was Ryne Duren, fourth Los Angeles hurler, while the victory went to the fourth Sox pitcher, Eddie Fisher. Jim Landis' 13th homer of the season enabled the Sox to tie the score at 3-3 in the seventh. Starter Don Lee had Chicago handcuffed until the fifth when Nellie Fox's third straight single and. Landis' triple tied it at 1-1. (11 innings) Los Ang. 000 102 000 00—3 10 2 Chicago 000 Oil 100 01—4 12 2 Lee, Fowler (6), Bowsfield (9), Durcn (11) and Rodgers; Herbert, Zanni (6), Lown (7), Fisher (10) and Can-eon. W—Fisher (2-3). L Duren (2-7). Home run—Chicago, Landis (13). BRAVES NIP BUCS PITTSBURGH (AP-Shortstop Roy McMillan led the Milwaukee Braves to a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday night, evening the score in their current three-game series. The Braves, seeking revenge for Friday night's 9-8 victory by the Pirates, opened Saturday night's game with a home run by McMillan, the first batter up. McMillan also blasted in the Braves' second run, scoring Joe Adcock in the seventh. Despite four danger Pirate hits, the Braves held their lead easily until the fifth inning. The; i McMillan and left fielder Lee Maye, both chafing a fly ball hit by Bill Virdon, got their signals mixed and let it drop between them for a double. Dick Groat followed up with a single, scoring Virdon and tying the game at 1-1. Milwaukee 100 000 100—2 6'0 Pittsburgh 000 010 000-1 8 0 Burdette and Crandall: Law, Olivo (8), Lamabe (8) and Burgess. W—Burdette (5-4). L—Law (3-3). Home run—Milwaukee, McMillan (7. Giants, Orioles Winters In LLB The Giants defeated the Shamrocks 9 to 6 and the Orioles van- quiched the Senators 12 to 1 in ocal Little League play Saturday il Grain field. The Giants bombed the Shamrocks in the first inning scoring eight runs with Blom swinging the }ig bat hitting a two run home •un. All seven of the Shamrocks' ills were singles. John Babb was lop gun for the Drioles driving in three runs. Don 3aker scored the only dun for the Senators. R H E Giants 982 Shamrocks 670^ DePoy, Gaby and Blom; Logan, J. Gaby, Eisert and Leazenby. R H E Orioles 12 7 2 Senators 122 Hartoin and Sweet; Kiesling, S':mmerman and Chapman. ROBERTS WINS AGAIN WASHINGTON (AP)-The Baltimore Orioles continued their mastery over the Senators in three-1 Washington Saturday night, winning 4-3 for (heir 13th victory in Fslipe Alou's two-run first in• ;ning homer and Willie Mays' two' -rim fifth inning double were the • XJiant power. 'Maricha], pitching his 10th tri- 14 games here over the past two years. A. three-run outburst) against Pete Burnsidc in the second inning and Hobie Landrith's home run in the sixth accounted for '-umph against four losses, allowed , „ „ .' : .only onf hit. until Charley James i U>e.Ballunore scoring . 'doubled down the left field line Opening the eighth. James preached third on an infield out but died there as Marichal put down •.pinch hitter Red Schoendienst ..and Curt Flood. Alou smashed his 10th homer over the right field fence with . Mays on base with a walk after two were out in the first. Larry Jackson, Cardinal right. hander lost his seventh against five victories. St. Louis 000 000 000—0 2 1 San Francisco 200 021 OOx—5 6 0 Jackson, Washburn (8) and Sa- Washington's Chuck Hinton hit his seventh homer, and fifth against the Orioles in the first inning. The Senators scored two runs in the seventh when they knocked out Robin Roberts. Roberts won his second game for the Orioles with help from Dick Hall, who gave up a double to Bob Johnson and then retired the last two runners in the seventh, and Wes Stock. The Senators had only one base runner off Stock in the last two innings. Baltimore Washington 030 001 000-^1 7 0 100 000 200—3 7 2 MI • k i »A TJ..U,,,.- w Roberts, Hall (7), Stock (8) and M"^ i rtnS T ?n lln V^7 Landrith; Burnside, Hamilton (7) Marichal (10-4). L—Jackson (5-7). | CI _ UKII ^ , os „„,,'„„.,„„„ ,„' Home run—San Francisco, F. Alou (10). BANKS GETS NO. 17 NEW YORK (AP) - Ernie Banks hit his 17th homer, two singles and a sacrifice fly, driving in four runs for the Chicago Cubs Saturday in a 6-3 victory over the New York Mets. Banks' homer in the fourth "went into the upper deck in left off a pitch by loser Bill Hunter. His second-inning single was wast- .ed bul he drove in two with his •bases-loaded single in the fifth 'just after Ray Daviault replaced Hunter. Banks''sacrifice fly came . -in the seventh after a single by "Don Landrum and two walks had loaded the bases. • The Mets took an early 2-0 lead, .'scoring hi the second on Felix ^Mantilla's single and Jim Hick' •man's double and again in the third on Richie Ashburn's single and Charlie Neal's triple. They ; -got another in the sixth on singles by Neal and Sam Taylor and an infield out. Don Cardwell, replaced by Don Elston in the seventh, won his I In the eighth the Phillies used third for the Cubs. two hits off Henry, plus a walk • The Cubs staged a four-run fifth by Jim Brosnan and Wes Cov- W (4-6). Home runs—Baltimore, Landrith (2). Washington, Hinton (7). PHILS RALLY PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Philadelphia Phillies overcame a three-run deficit in the lale stages to defeat the Cincinnati Reds 4-3 as Roy Sievers and Sammy White clouled home runs Saturday night. The game was marked by.a wild scene in which Umpire Jocko Con- Ian, after thumbing the Reds Leo Cardenas and third base coach Regie Otero from the game ,in the seventh inning, threw off his chest protector and mask and. acted as if were ready to settle all debates with his fists. The hillies came to life in the seventh and chased Ted Wills, a left-hander making his first start since 1958. Sievers clouted a home run and Don Demster singled. In came .southpaw Bill Henry for the Reds. He struck out Tony Gonzalez: but Sammy White hit a home run into the upper deck in left to tie the score. TOURNEY ACTION—Glen Pccples, of Clearwater, Fla., is shown walking off the green at the Logansport Country Club after he and his partner, Forrest Shook, at right had won a 5 and 4 decision over Glenn Miller, city, (back to camera) and Dr. Bob Blake, right, in the Logansport CC Invitational golf meet Saturday. The winners moved into semi-final action scheduled at 9:30 o'clock (oday. The final round will be staged this afternoon. (Staff Photo) Walton And Tiplon Jr. Legion Team Battle To 9-9 Tie Walton and Tipton Jr. Legion baseball teams 'battled lo a 9-9 draw over a full seven innings at Tiplon Saturday and then (he game was called to allow the Babe Ruth league teams at Tipton toplay. For Walton Mark Presier hit two- doubles, Frank Hinkle got single and double and sieve Snyder hit a double. The Walton team will play at Warsaw today. Summary; R H E Walton 986 Tipton 9 H 4 Long, Curry and Jones, Rhoades; Van Horn, Richards and Richards, Lewellen. Carrollettes Beat Tipton Tp. 9 To 8 FLORA—The Flora CarrolMlcs girls Softball learn defeated the Tipton Tp, Tigeretles of Cass County 9-8 in a close ball game here Saturday night. The Flora gi'-Is staged a rally in the late innings to clinch the decision in a Tri-County league game. 'For Flora Nancy Brower hit a homer while Libby King and Nekla Johns hit doubles. For Tipton Lana Hiatt had a triple and Joanne Goldsberry got a double. Summary: R H E Carrolletles 9 13 7 Tigerelles , 886 C. King and Hicks; Schmidt and King. Softball OLD TIMERS WIN The Old Timers defeated Harold's Tree Trimmers 8 to 2 in an exhibition game played at ^Fairview park Saturday night. Pitcher H. Baker was leading hitter for the Old Timers with a two run home run. All of the Tree Trimmers' hils were singles. The Old Timers will play tonight at 8 p.m. at Fairview park. R H ' E Old Timbers 8 72 Tree Trimmers 232 H. Baker, Dexter and L. Baker; Homes and Wray. ington's pinch sacrifice fly for the winning run. Cincinnati 001 002 000-^3 9 1 Philadelphia 000 000 Six—4 9 3 Wills, Henry (7), Brosnan (8) and Edwards; McLish, Short (6) and White, Oldis (9), W-Short (3-3). L—Henry (2-1). Home runs—Philadelphia, Sievers (7), White (2). Reach Semi-Finals In LCC Golf Invitational Favored entrants managed to scrape through to victory in the quarter-final round of the annual Invitational golf tournament at Logansport Country Club links Saturday. The meet winds up with semifinals play this morning and championship action in the afternoon. In the championship flight the team of Funk and Crouch defeated Heckaman and Ransberger 5 and 4. Nichols and Johnson halted Oscar Miller and Hopkins 1 up. Glen Peeples and Forrest Shook downed Blake 5 Glenn and 4 Miller and Dr. while Dick Buck and Harold Hjerpe stopped Hilkert and Cravens 2 and 1. Today's semi - finals will find Funk-Crouch opposing Nichols- Johnson while Peeples-Shook will clash with Buck-Hjerpe. Morning aclion is ail 9:30 o'clock while the championship finals will be at 1:30. Results of other LCC meet matches: Lucerne Lad Has A Perfect Game, Fans 18, Homers LUCERNE - Tim Minnick, .1.2, accomplished quite a feat in the Tri-County Little League Friday night when he pitched a perfecf game against Royal Center as Lucerne won 4-0. Minnick fanned 18 consecutive baiters over the regulation six- inning route. Not a batter reached first and the only semblance of a possible hit was a long foul ball. Then lo top things off he clinched his own game with a firsl inning home run. His mates took it from there to cement the victory. Summary: Lucerne Royal Center Minnick and Cree; Duffy. R H E 450 002 Dorton and Yankees Win LIB Clash At Camden Over Phillies 12-5 CAMDEN—Yankee pitcher Cline First Flight (Consolation) Roth-Garbacz over Brandt-Young 5 and 4. Campbell-Campagna over Edwards-Cashman 4 and 3. D. Elliott Jr.-Lowe over Harrold-Pippen 1 up. Kite-D. Miller over Matchetl- Hays 2 and 1. Second Flight F. Wilkinson-Schwartz'over Van Storye-Tobin 4 and 3. D. Elliott, Sr.-Danby over Myers-Sweitzer 1 up, 20 holes! Grusenmeyer-Moritz over Smith- Rehling 3 and 2. Cox-B, Wilkinson over Frehling- Garney 1 up. Consolation: Duhigg-Dixon over Price- Kenny 1 up, 19 holes. Kinder-Robertson over Hampel- Jones 3 and 2. George-McClain over Gish-Moore 2 up. Kroft-Kroft over Hufford-Voigt 3 and 1. Third Flight Klein-Kirkwood over Wampler- Leland. Shorl-Ganser over David-Mehaffie. Lowe-Hunter over Nace-Swanson. Summers-'Franger over Koontz- Strange. Consoiau'on: .Ammerman-Boll over Hiatt-Mills 1 up. Cashman-Crosby over Barrelt- Corbin 2 and 1. Hood-Geyer over Havelish-Rus- so 1 up. King- Sobcl over Wildermuth- Andrews, forfeit. Merchants Lose To Lafayette 9, Play Muncie Here The Logansport Merchants baseball team lost a 6-3 decision to the Lafayette Columbians at Lafayette Friday night, the fourth straight setback for the locals. This afternoon Manager Jack Steinman's crew will try to get on the winning trail for the first time when they oppose Muncie's Eagles at Riverside park in a CIBL game. The conlest is scheduled for matinee showing at 2 o'clock. Jn Friday's tilt Dave McKensie hit a homer and Elvin Wellzin got two singles l-i pace Lafayette. fanned .11 batters to aid in his Jon Gast hit a double and single teams win ovrr the Phillies 12 to while Mike Newton and Billy Bob 5 in Little League play here Fri- Jones each had a single for Log- day night. I an's lop effort Cline held the Phillies hilless I Summary: for five innings before the Phillies could pull out a scratch single. Their five runs came in the final two innings along with their other two hits. Big gun in the hitting department for the Philleis was Myers with a triple. Swinging big bats for the Yankees were Smith with two doubles and a single; Cline and Yerkes with a double. R H E Yankees 12 6 0 Phillies 5 3 6 Cline and Martin; Henry, Johnson and Lesh. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 3, Denver 1 Louisville 17, Oklahoma City 4 (second) Dallas-Fort Worth" 2, Omaha 1 Not until 1519, when C o r t e z brought them from Spain, were horses known on the North American continent'. First American college to adopt rowing as a sport was Yale, back in 1843. Smallest "of the U/S. presidents was James Madison, who stood five feet four inches in height. R H E 6 9 2 342 Diclcson and McKinsie; Linzey and Sweet. Lafayette Logan Merchants Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE San Francisco 5, St. Louis,0 Chicago 6, New York 3 Milwaukee 2, Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 3 Houston 0, Los Angeles 0 (Game in 5th) AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 10, New York 9 Boston 4, Detroit 2 Chicago 4, Los Angeles 3 (11 innings) Baltimore 4, Washington 3 Kansas City 6, Minnesota 2 (Game in 8th) INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jacksonville 3-2, Buffalo 2-3 (1st game 13 innings) Columbus 5, Rochester 0 Toronto, 7, Atlanta 2 Richmond 6, Syracuse 3 Ghana's name comes from a mighty empire that flourished for some 800 years before Europeans came to Africa, Indiana All-Stars Score 88 To 82 Win Over Kentucky Bluegrass Five LOUISVILLE CAP)—The Indiana All-Stars, ahead by 20 points early in the second half,, watched their lead melt to two under a full-court press before they came back behind Big Jim (Goose) Ligon .to whip Kentucky 88.-S2 Saturday night, Ligon, a 6-foot-7 pivot man from Kokomo, scored 17 of his 24 points in the second half of this annual high school basketball classic between tlie two states. They meet again next Saturday in Indianapolis. Indiana led 52-41 at the half and rolled to a 6747 margin with 13:57 to play. Then Kentucky, led by ball- hawking Larry Conley of Ashland, began to cut into the margin. With exactly two minutes to play lharles Hunter of Glasgow-Bunche hit a field goal to make the score Indiana 80-78. But that was as close as the Boys of the Blue Grass' State could come. Conley, forced to shoulder most of the Kentucky load after Louisville St. Xavier's 6-foot-5 Mike Silliman was declared out of the game because of a knee injury, finished with 27 points for game scoring honors and played a nearly perfect floor game. Ligon led Indiana and was followed by Madison's Larry Humes who had 21. Humes scored 16 points in the first half, when he was easily the outstanding player on the floor. But he seemed to lire in the second half and managed only five Hernandez Stops Rosi NEW YORK (AP) - Carlos Hernandez, a mustachioed Venezuelan, slopped Paoli Rosi in 2:11 of Ihe first round of their scheduled 10-rounder Saturday night in Madison Square Garden, when the 34-year-old New Yorker went down three times. Both weighed 136. , Under the rules of the New York State Athletic Commission, a fighter who goes to the canvas three times in one round—except in world championship fights—Is automatically finished. Hernandez, who wears suede trunks with his initials in silver lettering, didn't even muss his slicked-down hair. He raised a red welt over Roll's left eye with his first punch. Then after they moved around the ring for a minute, Rosi hit the deck three times. The first one really spelled the finish when Hernandez connected with the chopping right. When he got up, Rosi smiled thinly and told Referee Mark Conn he was all right. Seconds later, he went 'down again, also from a right to the head. He popped up almost before the counl gol under way, but by this time he was groggy. Again he smiled indicating that nothing was wrong. But his legs were unsteady when he went back at Hernandez. Hernandez then pushed Rosi to his own corner. Rosi was doing nothing' except trying to cover up. Slowly he went down under a, barrage of rights and lefts. He literally sat on the lower ring rope for a few seconds in an effort to halt his slide. But finally, he tumbled over almost on his face. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Cleveland Minnesota- New York Los Angeles . Detroit Chicago Baltimore ... Kansas City . Boston Washington .. W. L. Pet. .. 34 24 .586 .. 36 27 .571 ..32 24 .571 .. 31 28 .525 28 29 .491 31 32 .492 30 32 .4R4 ... 30 33 .476 26 33 .441 21 39 .350 G.B. >A 1 VA 5 6>/2 SVz 14 points. Humes was voted . Indiana's most -valuable player in the game by sporlswrilers and broadcasters. Conley received the honor for Kentucky. Hazard's Mickey Gibson followed Conley in the Kentucky scoring column with. 15 and added 13 rebounds, although he is only 6-feet-2. The Hoosiers out-rebounded Kenlucky 61-50, with Ligon pulling down 19. The teams shot almost identical percentages from the floor, Indiana hilling 31 of 78 for 39.7, and Kentucky's 33 of 83 for 39.8. The Hoosiers, oulscored from the field, won it at the free throw line, sinking 26 of 42 to Kentucky's 16 of 25. Hunter, although he also got 13 rebounds, not quite a match for Ligon on the boards and it was obvious the Kentucky team missed the strong Silliman, who weighs 225 pounds. INDIANA Humes Griegcr Ligon Miles Kron ' i Schellhase I Krone I Ellis i Fleetwood Wilson O'Neal Willett Totals KENTUCKY i Conley j Gibson ! Hunter \ Cosby j Calvert Long ! Castle Cassidy Petrie Totals Indiana Kentucky Attendance Summer Rec Minor Loop Team, Skeds Announced The Logansport summer recreation program closed out its first week of activity with ap. proximately 220 boys taking part, it was announced Saturday by John Mummerl, director, and Dick Spall, assistant. All boys who are not listed and are interested in playing are asked to report to the one of the baseball directors with respective age groups at the city playground areas this week. This is especially true for the 13 year-old youngsters. League play will be{;in this week. The schedule of games follows: Nine and Under (All at 1 p.m.) Monday, Teams 1 and 2 at Tower. Tuesday, Teams 3 and 4 at Tower. Wednesday, Teams 5 and fi at Tower, Teams 7 and 8 at Fairview. Thursday, Teams 1 and 4 at Tower, Teams 3 and 8 at Fairview. Friday, Teams 2 and 6 at Tower, Teams 5 and 7 at Fairview. 10, 11, 12, 13 Group (All at 9 a.m.) Monday, Teams 1 and 'i at Tower. Tuesday, Teams 5 and • 6 at Tower, Wednesday, Teams 3 and 4 at Fail-view, Teams 2 and (i at Tower. Thursday, Teams 1 and 4 at Tower. Friday, Teams 3 and 5 at Tower. Members of the learns are: NINE YEARS AND UNDER Team 1; Robert Rothgcb, Bill Shinn, Jim Shinn, Tom Baublitt, Mark Young, Steve Martin, David Snyder, Joey Wiler, Greg Pear, Bill Shilling, Dick Shilling, Garry Dunwoody, Ronnie James, Mike Quillen, Joe Kralhwell. Team 2; Mike Swisher, Mark Swisher, Bob Dexter, Jim Swigert, Doug Ulmer, Mike Harger, Jack Goris, Bob Van Meter, Marl: Phillips, Bill Williamson, Jerry Eckert, Paul Eckert, Owen Graig, Robert Minnick, Joe KellogR. Team 3, Tom Gifford, Jerry Goltry, Tim Shideler, Don Idol?., Joe McClan, Ed Johnson, David Johnson, Mark Gilleyen, Ralph Thomas, Joe Szewczyk, Terry Nathan, Jack Meyer, Steve Meyer, Greg Flory, Dennis Hodges. Team 4; Bruce Williams Ricky Lapcheska, Ronald Marlatt, Roger Beelcr, Jeff Baker, Bill Robertson, Robert Sweet, Mike Gordan, National League W. L. Pet. G.B. c-Los Angeles . 44 22 .667 — San Francisco . 43 24 .642 l'/ 2 Pittsburgh .... 36 26 .581 6 St. Louis ...... 34 26 .567 7 'incinnati ....... 33 27 .550 8 Milwaukee .... 30 33 ,476 12'/ 2 c-Houslon ..... 27 34 .443 WV4 Philadelphia .... 26 35 .420 1614 Chicago ....... 22 42 .344 21 New York ..... 16 42 .276 24 C playing night games Action Aplenty In Micro Races Plenty of action was provided: fans at the regular Micro-Midget racing program on the track at Lake Cicott Saturday night when Larry Sallee of I/ogansport took the feature race of 30 laps. It was announced that no races will be slaged on June 30 due to the Eastern National events at Owensboro, Ky. but racing will be conducted on July 4th. Summary of the races: In IF class trophy dash Rocky Hurst of Lafayette was the winner. In .0 Class trophy dash, Lynn Myc-rs of Champaign, 111. won, Myers also holds world dirt track record for one-eighth mile tracks. In heat evenls, Larry McLeland of Burnettsville, Lynn Myers, Roy Clem, Everett Alder and Ronch Clem were winners. . Consolation went to Bill Taylor of Lafayette, The feature event was taken by Larry Sallee of Logansport with Alder finishing second and Rocky Hurst third. Greg Bruce, Mike Purdue, Craig Shanks, Jim Shanks, Larry Reute- buch, Tom Maughmer, .1 e r r y Maughmer Jeff Ford, Mike Sch- roedcr, Dan O'Hara, Tom Beale. Team 5; Robert Peterson, John Russow, Fred Peterson, Tony Pe- Irie, Mike Long, Mike Duschene, Dennis Long, Doug Loner, Sieve Klolz, Ray Lablane, Bill Champion, David Kinder, Granl Klein, Mike Barrett, Jam<ss Fordyce. Ed Fordyce, Tom Timmons William Grable, David Morris, Mike Tierney. Team 6; Fred Hinkle, David Lowe, Jeff Dubois, David Adams, Kenny Rombold, George Conrad, Steve Bonnell, Dennis Key, Kenny Cole, Ted Bishop, Mike Gallaway, Mike Ingram ,Andy Harloin, Dick Titus, Mike Ross. Team 7; Randy Hilchens, Gary Harmon, Alike Reynolds, David Packard, Danny Beck, Ricky Murray, David Murray, Dana Gillum, Bobby Davis, Dave Bjick, Steve LaOrange, Jay King, Russell King, Chuck Ross, David Delaney, Jerry March, Kurt Laury, Dave Thornton, Gary McMinn, Tim Gaby, Pal O'Connor, Roy Docker, Jon Palon. Team 8; Don Wise, Gary Newport, Randy Kilchell, Brad Gro- vcr, Roger Gribblo. Robert Hoagland, Phil Black, Mike Kilchell, Allen Penny, Ricky Ranee Jesse Sibley, Randy ' Alder, Brant Smith, Jim Smifh, David Arnold, Mike Billiard, Jeff Haher, Ronnie Gordon, Ricky Spall, Randy Johnson, Allen Fiedler, Tery Vore. 10, II, 12, IS YEARS Team 1, Jerry Burkharl, Ronnie Bennett, Ed Burkharl, Chuck Massey, Greg Ingram, Bill Burgman, Jim Dunkle, Dave Duunkle, Joe Pendlelon, Tom Blackman, Ton) McPherson. Team 2; Bruce Moore, David Moore, Roberl Harrison, Robert Rife, Tony Rimer. Ed DuSchene, John Petrie, Slev>; Scdgnoli. Pat Henry, John Crowe, Jim Dexter, Lan7 Abel, Max Marsh. Team »; Dav« Klinek, Bob Hines, Joe Frushouur, David Shaff, Doug Werick, Mark Rivers, Lee Loy, Jim Newport, Bill Lapcheska, Sieve Williamson. Jim Conrad, Ricky Johnson, Randy Forgey. Team 4: Stan Walkins, Don Swisher, Jerry Phillips, Harold Phillips, Monty Dodrill, Mark Parmeter, Jack Hoagland, Lewis Vaughan, Tony Vaughan, Harold Locke, Clyde Boothe, Mike Gellinger. Team 5; Terry Corso, Mike Key, Jim Pugh, Jeff Berkshire, Ricky Wilson, Phil Montgomery, Pat Brewer, Steve Dunwoody, Chuck Hiatt, Chuck McClain, Jim Me- Keever, Kevin Kline, Bruce Snyder, Keith Hart. Team 6; Doug S:hroeder, Larry Skill), Barry Preiriice, Gary Dunlap, Roger Davis, Larry Dunlap, Ron Howard, Don Howard, Larry Howard, Terry LaOrange, Wilford Harrison, Jim Briggs, Don Wilfong, Gary Grefjor. HAVE FUN WITH YOUR BOAT Insure it with Us REDUCED RATES CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Insure In Sure Insurance 224 S. Third Phone 3758

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