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blf--Sept. 3, 1972 Sunday Gazelte»Mail Chal«slon, WMT Virginia---- Major League Averages Piltsburoh i S t . Louis ) Houston I Chicago NATIONAL LEAGUE J.Johnson SF TEAM BATTING 'Santoridl StL AB R H HR RBI Pet Slone Atl 4421 572 1727 96 543 .278 j Champion Phi 4271 478 111? 61 433 .?« Grfif SD j Los Angeles I Cincinnati · SanFrancisco Philadelphia Montreal 1 $in D'fjo i New York Winning Bowling Form Local kegler Bill Wolf displays the form that won him the Boulevard Masters Bmvling Tournament title. Looking- on is tourney director Abie Hager. Wolf won the trophy for his efforts. (Staff Photo by Leo Chabot) CHESS Concord College Is Hosting Slate Tournev This Weekend By Bernard P. Kiernan student ms Chi Htn j C i i n c s Pgn (Davjlillo Pgh !.V\Ota LA Garr All Lee S D BucKnpr LA Baker Atl Heoner Pgh Sdnto Chi Sanguilien Pgh ;Starq?ll Pqh · W a t s o n Htn A.Otivpr Pgh · Rose Cin Clemente Pgh iBrock S!L iSimmons StL iCardenai Chi :Torre SIL ! T.Perez C'n !W.Parker LA Morgan Cm 'W.Davis LA ·Russell LA : L.May Htn iKe;singer Chi ;Hickmsn Chi ' Tolan Cin iStennett Pgh jCash Pgn iLuzinski Phi ISpeier SF Carbo StL Helms Htn Valentine LA Wynn Htn Singleton MM Sizemore StL Hutton Phi OvRader 5F Garvey LA Fuenfes SF Bench Cin E.Williams Atl Gd;ton sr McCarver Mil Beckert Chi ; Fairly Mil 'Maddox SF ; H.Aaron Atl i Edwards Htn i C.Jones NY [Henderson SF :Bonds SF j Doyle Phi JMelendez StL iAApntanez Phi F.Robinson LA Colbert SD Evans all D.Roberts SD DqRader Hln ·Wlr.W'NY [Morales S D Monday Chi iD.Thomas SD 'Fregosi NY 'fiowa Phi | Foil Mil 'Bailey Mil ISlahl SD :Jeter SD ;i_um All 4384 599 1143 118 557 .261 Carrimers SF 4270 560 1110 111 517 .260 4380 517 1121 122 488 .256 4247 456 1078 76 425 .254. 4265 577 1069 100 530 .2511 4277 54? 1038 123 500 .243 Kansas City 4215 399 990 77 373 .235,Nev/ York 4044 395 937 66 351 .232 Boston 4283 405 972 90 376 .227 California 4017 412 903 91 384 .225'Minnesota INDIVIDUAL BATTING Chicago 250 or more at bats (Oakland AB R H HR RBI PeljwiilwauKee 80 164 28 98 .340 ! Detriit 21 " ' " 0 2 5 10 61 60 36 43 7 5 4.6 101 106 35 51 6 9 4.7» 95119 34 56 510 4.8 124 144 49 52 4 IS 4.r 119133 44 88 515 5.3 «S 97 40 42 4 « 5.57 48? J53 267 293 3CO 283 338 348 326 376 439 94 154 90 45 98 46 98 72 ISO 41 90 4? 107 49 110 53 102 51 118 51 137 409 45 127 JJ8 5 142 459 72 142 Ki 86 161 290 52 88 571 69 158 472 57 U2 433 79 126 458 62 133 414 51 120 352 35 1C2 456 107 131 502 67 144 328 34 94 484 74 138 27 465 61 132 1 2B6 54 81 14 498 70 141 255 28 72 386 58 107 452 52 125 457 63 126 265 39 73 479 38 118 333 34 90 450 94 121 391 58 105 355 43 95 300 31 80 357 34 95 256 33 68 467 i5 124 .440 69 116 7 2 3 n 13 6 5 2 21 11 2 4 6 8 6 59 68 .340[Cleveland 1? .337 Baltimore 2J .3341 Texas 47 .327 44 .318! 36 .31! 1 32 .317. D.Allen Chi 61 ,316:Carew Min 54 .313!Scheinbium KC M .SUiRudl Oak 60 .312;Piniella KC 105 .311; Otis KC 72 .310 Fi;k 801 70 ,309'C.May Chi 45 .307, Berry Cal 46 .303 Murcer NY 38 .303 Munson NY 83 .301,E.Rodriguez Mi 59 .291 Braun Min 70 .290,Pinson Cal 76 .290'Mayberry KC 49 .290'Thompson Min 60 .287[8iirtner Tex 66 .287]McMullen Cal 29 .287 White NY 82 .285lKirkpatrick KC 33 .284JBIomberg NY 51 .283'Briggs Mil 71 .283;Roias KC 26 .282] R.Oliver Cal 27 .277 53 .277 61 .276 29 .US 49 .275 25 .270 28 .268 300 25 79 313 27 82 410 48 107 343 34 W 390 50 101 379 60 98 298 29 77 576 27 71 362 S3 93 513 98 131 359 26 91 277 26 70 55 109 37 110 22 69 48 95 33 74 72 115 60 88 33 BO 60 114 25 .266 44 .266 93 .264 23 Til .263 6 37 .263 432 437 275 362 299 465 357 325 464 Griffin Bos F.Alou NY Billings Tex Chambliss Ct# Frwhan Det Grioh Bal Heise Mil Darwin Min R.Smith Bos Harrah Tex Harper Bos Aparicio Bos P.Kelly Chi Northrup Det R.Jackyin Oak ji :xi Scott Mil 27 .26?IPr'r'x;elli Bos 30 .261!Cas. Det 52 .259 Baylor Bal 50 .259 Alomar Cal 60 .259 Yastrzemskl 34 .256 36 .757 46 .257 64 .255 22 .253 24 .253 51 .252 28 .252 32 .251 17 .249 50 .247 96 .247 65 .246 Bell Cle Brohamer Cl« Maddox Tex B.Robinsor, Bal Tovar Min G.Netties Cle Mangual Oak M.Stanley Det Ferraro Mil Clarke NY J.Powell Bal McCraw Cle Stanton Cal 276 307 32 357 56 416 293 477 416 370 412 272 282 313 J42 305 .153 298 776 385 531 249 306 18 32 316 22 258 35 337 43 558 21 union at Concord, and' M P f , r e j At , The 3-4th annual West Virginia these are probably the best and 1JorQen5Cn MM State Chess Championship is mt)sl spacious facilities for the 'oTMm M now under way at Concord Col; tournament in recent years. ' K^mar, 5 SF lege in Athens and although at Among pre-lournament favor-·!j!'' e ^r H " tn the time of writing the list of iles would have to be included corSdon clr, participants was not yet deter-:the d e f e n d i n g champion,.'""osl^st"^ 1 mined, this could be one of the'Charles Szasz. the president ofjg aH £ lstin N Y largest entries in the state [the West Virginia Chess Asso-js^St'son POU 270 21 championship in recent years, jeiation. and such former state- Boswe " N Y un ;1 The t o u r n a m e n t , which champions as Marvin "Joe"'! n 01 opened Saturday, is being heldiBarker, who had an impressive| B , ew( , r LA for the first time in the southern! streak of tournament victories!jj''|" nha '- ri ' v ' M part of the slate, where there, earlier this year: John Scherer,jcanton PHI are a number of strong and' David Marples and, if he de-'M^° nndrLe *NY active chew players, most of cides to play. Dr. Nolasco, one; Ma|lr J a5 *, NY whom, however, have never of the strongest players in the'Biii""pgh C " 1 participated in a USCF tourna-state. ' i Gibson S?L ment. ; John Richardson of Parkers-'Kiior.pah - . . 'burg, young Pat Radcliff, who IS 1 LA LA THK TOURNAMENT is being'has blossomed into a very .B^-TM" MM held in the ballroom of the strong player, and Joe Norton, ^c^ , our state high school champion.^.wi'iwn Htn will all be contenders if theyis^ftjY" 'enter. " j Bryant SF Among local players. Dr. Phy- Ijjiinqham c;n f.hion. an instructor at Bluefield State College, and Anthon 67 74 86 42 100 27 70 SO 114 33 99 27 88 49 97 29 63 23 65 3.1 72 30 99 3° 68 46 101 22 66 22 61 57 85 71 116 30 .2d6:Rettenmund Bal 81 .246»D.May Mil J2 .:43JFsrd Ttx ?9 .243 F.Howard Tex 15 ,241lCampaneris Oak 34 .241 j Cater Bos 32 .24olMcAolitfe Det 30 .239 A.Johnson Cle 21 2^|Fosse Cle 29 ,238|Kill?brew Min 43 .238iBando Oak 48 .235'Cardenas Cal 17 232!Theobald Mil 17 .230|Patek KC 35 230 iU riser Cle 26 .224:''''iciiael NY 26 .223i HaTm anr, Chi 45 223iD-Nelson Tex 19 |i21i Duncan Oak 23 221 :D.Johnson Ba! 71 !22l! A - R ° dr 'Q"" Det 29 218 : Mor--iles Chi 13 .216| w -Horton Det 24 .216iBlair Bal 28 !215'' lrc ' rfiW5 Chi 18 209 Auerbach Mil 19 iToiDufly Cle 12 186 Buford Bal 11 l78jLovi!to Tex 19 .177 Scliaal KC ft.Brirkman Det iSoderholm Min AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM SATTIN6 AB It H H* RBI PC 4176 469 1076 63 444 .258 4205 471 1066 7* 442 .254 4159 SIS 1050 94 478 .25 45C5 381 1029 69 353 .24 4166 435 1010 81 412 .242 4095 463 982 89 432 .24 4181 474 986 118 446 .236 4117 391 966 68 367 .235 4128 443 964 102 423 .234 4157 379 956 69 352 .23C 4074 434 929 «2 402 .22 4157 404 931 51 372 .22 INDIVIDUAL SATTINS 250 or mort at bats AB R H HR RBI PC «25 «0 135 32 92 .31 437 53 198 349 50 116 487 78 152 466 58 144 440 A3 132 358 61 107 433 74 127 331 35 97 469 84 137 411 46 120 254 17 74 306 32 89 391 51 113 401 43 115 459 46 130 279 29 79 412 33 115 448 64 125 306 36 85 253 31 70 337 46 93 399 43 110 465 47 128 364 34 100 255 26 70 400 37 109 334 35 91 328 47 «9 359 54 97 251 20 67 4)6 45 111 368 57 98 312 45 83 446 73 118 311 31 82 327 46 86 347 33 91 393 53 102 467 56 121 417 5x 108 369 41 95 262 29 67 498 54 127 80S 338 50 86 364 34 92 417 39 105 294 40 74 459 42 115 435 63 109 442 49 110 250 18 62 36 88 14 69 55 106 43 91 35 77 35 75 39 65 42 101 35 7? 28 69 355 280 431 371 316 308 267 415 327 J87 0 18 10 11 19 10 5 25 6 2 2 7 16 4 2 9 7 8 11 15 3 16 4 5 4 · 11 0 21 15 1 12 1 4 22 14 13 22 9 1 4 6 4 0 7 1 12 5 13 2 17 5 11 6 8 508 65 122 32 75 319 328 371 347 444 457 33 76 S 30 78 8 37 88 8 44 82 21 54 103 12 24 105 306 37 70 434 5? 99 329 26 75 25 69 18 62 51 91 82 73 56 112 21 5S 35 64 36 86 48 93 42 97 303 273 401 366 37 326 27 502 251 287 389 475 '44 6 1 0 1 1 7 2 18 . 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R.Woodson Mm 141 121 31 68 6 7 2.80 Fin^rs Oak =1 46 16 31 6 5 2 8 J | N - R V a n Cal 174 UB 6» 108 B l l 283,Colborn Mil 163 142 48 14? 10 B 2 87 Coleman D«t 19J 185 J? 99 U 7 30l|Tidrow Cle 214 185 6? 194 16 10 3 .02:'- olicfl Det 169136 60 90 10 6 3.04 P-Dcbson Bal 109 88 Ji 72 ^ 8 304'McNally Bal 179 165 49 105 10 11 3.061 Alexander Bal 141 Ml 2fl 81 12 7 i n i Lindblad Tex 236710 37 137 12 11 3 13 1 Holtzman Oak 232 189 108 It" 10 14 3 15|Cuellar Bal 193 162 82 93 13 ° ISA 16.' 23 «1 II 7 84 81 22 56 A 6 3 71 i Lonborfl 25« 229 54 16- 18 10 3.23 Drago 'KC :'72C» 5 3 1 1 7 1 3 1 4 3.241 Blue OaK 1" 170 34 1C« 10 8 3.32 Hand Tex 165155 42 7710 8 3.331 Bradley Chi 1.19124 49 95 5 1 3 3.37iBlyleven Min 122 126 3? 77 6 7 3.38) C.Wright Cal 14? 140 .13 851? 6 3.47,Hamilton Oak 56 54 16 36 4 7 3.£4!Wilcox Cl* 82 67 34 46 10 7 3.61 ; F.Peterson NY 118132 38 5° 7 A 3.65'DalCanton KC 15716t 4-t 6fi 5 1 5 3.78 Seelbach Det 706 171 109 139 8 18 3,80; R.May Cal 203201 5 7 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 3.80[LoCkwood Mil MJ 1JS A S M ? ? (t SM'SDlittorff KC 156150 6 5 1 1 4 6 9 3.92 :Sieh»rt Bos 109 97 J8 84 4 8 3o4 l Stot1lemyre NY 134 119 55 91 4 8 395;K(*iCh NY 104 95 41 56 7 5 4.04 J.Perry Min 1W 197 571021013 4.11 Curtis Bos 155 143 66 138 910 4.11 Bahnsm Chi 126117 53 70 314 4,13, Bosnian Tex 9T 95 27 63 7 7 4,13, Parsons Mil 116109 44 ,3 i 12 417,8roberg Tex 126 l i ? 3 9 1 1 7 8 1 0 4.33 Rooker KC 174 ?02 5 3 1 0 2 1 1 6 4.38:SoQOlPWski Tex 133157 J4 t\ 512 4.39Culp Bos 131 116 66 97 8 7 4.44; R.Clark Cal 93 87 37 48 9 7 4.52 Panttier Tex 105 109 60 52 5 7 4.53 Brett Mil 298 20 63 3«9 42 78 247 17 56 322 32 67 418 33 85 273 73 50 PITCHING 11 or mort decisions IP H 8B SO W L ERA 46 .31 57 .31 43 .31 57 .309 51 .300 53 .29' 57 .293 33 .273 79 .2M 44 .292 25 .29 36 .29 45 .289 71 .287 40 .283 24 .283 31 .279 45 .279 37 .278 M .277 50 .276 4? .276 66 .275 26 .275 27 .275 55 .273 V .272 » .271 42 .270 12 . 70 .267 57 .266 28 .266 43 .265 27 .264 19 .263 30 .26J 64 .260 70 .259 64 .259 53 .257 29 . 21 .255 43 .254 30 .253 31 .252 9 .253 53 .251 2 .251 54 .249 27 .248 50 24 .246 31 .246 62 .245 22 .244 33 .244 21 .243 37 .243 41 .242 31 .240 25 .240 39 .23? 22 .238 35 .238 31 .237 57 .236 60 .232 36 .230 18 .229 25 .228 15 .228 31 .228 32 .227 24 .227 56 .224 30 .224 45 .253 19 .223 27 .253 41 .221 41 .219 23 .718 20 .211 21 .211 17 .2101 ino non\ mi: By Bob Maker 27 .2C6 38 .203 37 .183 63 2? 61 8 3 1.52 1.78 1.79 222170 61 15716 6 191 155 31 41 14 i 126 81 24 95 8 4 1.92 246 166 5915917 7 J.04 113 94 20 *4io 2 2.06 155126 48 60)2 4 2.09! 279214 401851914 2.1? 12? 103 37 82 6 S 2.21 124 99 48 65 7 t 2.24 112 «5 40 85 9 4 2.24, PGA champion Gary Player thinks golf is a game of more sorrows than pleasures. But even a duffer like me can derive real pleasure out of golf. Here are some of the things that give me a thrill: ^Taking a smooth swing and hitting a long drive straight down the middle. »-Having a group ask you to play through and. with them watching, stepping up and hitting one of your all-time best shots, causing somebody to whistle and remark, "Boy, you make it look easy." ^·Going to major tournaments and watching real masters like Jack Nicklaus or Lee Trevino or Sam Snead or Bill Casper make the game really look easy. »»The good-natured kidding and comradeship of playing in a foursome with three good friends. (··The joy of being alive and outdoors on a summer morning before the heat and humidity become too high. p*Making a long, long putt for a birdie with the ball breaking two or three ways and heading straight for the hole like a horse going to the barn. ··Sitting around in a clubhouse with a sandwich and a cool drink and relaxing and talking over your good shots and bad shots. ^Hitting an iron shot and having the ball land on the green and back up, just like the pros hit 'em. ^·Watching your ball disappear in a thicket of trees and giving up all hope of finding it but then going into the trees and spotting your ball lying there with a clear path to the green. ··Topping your tee shot on a water hole but having the ball skip across the pond like a flat rock. ·A- * * Scuffing First Drive Among Pet Peeves There are some things about golf that I don't like. Some of my pet peeves include: ··Waiting your turn on the first tee and then, with a lot of people watching, scuffing your drive about 100 feet. ^·Tournaments which exclude players because they don't have enough money or don't belong to a certain club. ·-Playing behind slow foursomes who take as much time as Jack Nicklaus lining up putts and who turn a golf round into a five-hour ordeal. ^·Hitting a big hook when the hole dog-legs to the right or slicing the ball when the hole bends to the left. ^·ATaking a good approach putt to within two feet of the cup and then missing the short putt. ^·Placing more emphasis on betting than playing. Why should it take Nassau bets or "presses" to make the game interesting? »Having a good round going and thinking of your all-time best score and then blowing to an eight or nine on a hole. Ouch! That hurls. ^-Blasting out of one sand trap clear across the green into another bunker. ·-People who won't play unless they ride in golf carts, thus missing the beneficial exercise of walking. ^-''Choking up" on a water hole and seeing the ball plunk into the middle of the water. These are some of my pleasures and sorrows in golf. What are your pel likes and dislikes? Concord Plans More Running ATHENS--Concord College's' Garthwaite. football team, prepping for its! Returning lettermen Tony Ma- opener next Saturday with Blue-! m m Bertwel , MiRon sim _; field State, is planning on springing a more potent ground attack this season to go with its : expgcted to lead the way. State Employes to Play at Meadowbrook A golf tournament for state government employes is planned for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at Meadowbrook Recreation Club, Dotty Talbott informs. A maximum at 144 entries in nine flights will be accepted. The five lowest scores in each flight will receive prizes. There will be special prizes for closest to the pin on a par-three hole. "All state employes who play golf are encouraged to enter, no matter what their handicap is," Mrs. Talbott said. Entry forms may be obtained in each department or from Mrs. Tal- boltt. The entry fee is $20 for the 36-hole tournament and should be mailed to Mrs. Dotty L. Talbott, Local Government Relation Division, MRS. TALBOTT State Tax Department, State Capitol, Charleston, 25305. »-"Choking up" on a water hole and seeing the ball plunk right right into the middle of the water. * * * Pava Looks for Another 100 Entries "We've got over 100 entries and we would like to have another 100," reports Frank Pava, director for the muscular dystrophy assn. charity tournament next Saturday at Sleepy Hollow Golf Club. "We are getting a lot of nice gifts and presents to give to the winners," Pava added. Meadowbrook pro John Fletcher and Sleepy Hollow pro George Hoffer will play with two amateurs. Pros Barney Thompson and Tommy Nichols and amateurs Bill Campbell and Ed Tutwiler will tee off in another foursome. If you want to enter, you can send a check for $10 made out to the M.D.A. Tournament, c/o Frank Pava, P.O. Box 2951, Charleston, 25330. Players are asked to give their handicaps (if none, mark none.) The deadline is Tuesday. If you are a tournament golfer, also keep in mind the West Virginia Open at Parkersburg and the Pipestem Invitational, both slated for Sept. 15-17. * * * Chat field Makes Third Ace on No. 10 "If you play No. 10 at Kanawha long enough, you are bound to get a -hole-in-one." That's the saying around Kanawha Country Club. Jim Chatfield, the secretary of the Kanawha Valley Golf Assn., has played the down hill, 125-yard bole long enough to score three aces on it. Chatfield got his third ace of his career--all on the same hole--with a nine-iron Friday at Kanawha. Watching Jim sink his tee shot on .No. 10 were his playing partners Ed Jackson, Sterling George and Sam Suppa. Chatfield Now thru Tues. The offense will be all-conference end Alex Castane- 309264 581572212 ^36^ ^ ^^ 9 U a r t e r b a C k Mar-! 194149 751171117 T45!sha!l Parker, who is being chat-84 67 22 SB 7 6 2.45| ]gr)gg(] |w freshman Dannv' i M i w 39 87 7 4 ?:J«! Withers and Allen Bennet. ! | 1 157 52 iS 1212 IJ?! Other freshmen who havej 1 264226 231 190 _ _ . .. .. ._ _.__ 21* 192 61 108 13 13 2.66 80 62 25 37 5 8 2.68 86 67 24 46 4 7 2.70 220197 4 3 1 1 4 1 5 1 1 2.70 shown up elude Ron Doug Ling, Tom Tyree, Larry! . j. , j , ,,. .,,,, 192154 571011410 2.81 3.17!Messerfmittl Cal 114 82 48 95 5 8 283 3 17'Timmfrman Det 148120 40 87 810 2.84 175163 57114 12 8 2.98 204203 43104 1015 2.99 111 88 34 81 5 7 2.99 141 103 87 93 10 10 3.00 213184 60172 1311 3.03 721 198 55 172 11 15 305 201 184 70 76 14 8 3.18 84 85 25 47 4 5 3.20 143 130 68 85 7 1 1 3.21 510234 37 8 4 1 4 1 3 3.29 119 121 24 69 4 6 3.38 93 83 33 60 8 8 3.39 151 125 65 126 6 10 3.39 132 107 61 84 7 10 3.39 175 165 58 114 10 10 3 43 176 174 5211310 H 3.47 215210 64 94 1315 3.47 170 166 72 78 10 12 3.48 173159 51 72 11 13 3.68 114 125 34 84 8 4 3.95 204 213 40 129 14 14 3.97 138 153 41 73 7 8 4.03 172 162 57 92 9 12 4.19 157132 75118 511 4.30 72 78 24 44 5 6 4.38 11510S 49 77 3 8 4.44 IDS 104 53 52 5 8 4.46 107 102 53 60 4 9 4.51 '77 84 41 41 5 8 4.54 99 90 32 55 510 4.80 McCoy Leads Two Bowling Leagues o TJ Roy McCoy was the leader in two bowling leagues last week as the local kegling season got under way. McCoy "rolled 258-651 to top the 915 Venture League. Also over 600 were Gene Crews with 2i:i-fi08 and Larry Kelley with 216-fiOO. Don Roiik had ' a 2:ifi game. McCoy posted a 248-852 total $ See Charles E. King for "KING-SIZE" loans up to 10,000 Now you can buy the things you want and need. Now you can lump your old bills together and pay them off with a king-size loan--from us. A king-size loan can help cut the size of your monthly bill payments as much as 50%--to help save more of your pay check for yourself. ask for Charlie King... He's the Manager! NO APPLICATION FEE INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS LOAN CO. OF CHARLESTON OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 6H LEE ST. 343-4801 for four games in the 585 Trios j League at Venture Lanes. Dickj Day followed with 243-837 and! Jack Sweeney had 239-829. Buz-j zy Reynolds rolled a 242 game, j Ken Volkrrs led the Carbide · Ypnturp A League with a 228- fit!) sorios. Lewis Garrison i topped the Carbide Monday ! Dimbar League with 224-556. i Among the ladies, Sandy Ka-: pra! roiled 210-597 and Fayej Litton had 216-571 in the Worn-1 en's Classic League. Jean Nut-j ter enjoyed a 215 game. Audra Levvis clicked off a :202-543 series and Marti Carrj followed with 525 in the Apollo) League. In the Boulevard Friday Mixed League. Leo Milam rolled 521 and Dorothy Moore shot 489. Charlie Chart Player Zrsh KOPACZ Gogqm Sands Bushman Sharon Howe Joseph Taveras Akant toward Kolb Booker (Including Friday Game) Batting AB R H 2B 38 HR Bl Pet. 430 II 135 30 4 25 «5 .314, 485 4» 14» 25 J 11 70 .307 452 M 135 23 12 10 41 .?«: 215 38 62 4 0 12 44 .388 344 42 100 12 4 1 27 .273 387 45 105 17 7 14 55 .271 345 4* 348 45 444 51 111 14 274 38 554 37 210 25 200 10 99 31 3 14 52 .271 »3 10 J 14 71 .247; t 46 .249 9 25 .2J8 3 *3 12 1 54 S 2 40 5 0 34 9 0 .IK . - - 0 13 .HO Stolen bases-- Bushman '5, Sharon 15, aver« 10. Gojsin 7, Kapac* «, Howard «. Zisk 3, Joseph 3, Kolb 3, Booker 1. Pitching IP H R ER SB SO W-L ER 108'i ?J 31 5* 33 H 14-7 J H 163' j 131 · 41 45 103 14-3 2 24 174 14J i7 SI 47 14» 9-1 2 45 77 2» 24 37 74 4-3 3.B1 PUyor Colpaert G»rber McKe« Vesle Defter* Moore Nelson Houser Lamb Frontino Cambria Kolb . 125 M SS 47 10S 114 3.07 11 4 4 4 $ W 44 54 44 S3 40 74^1 77 44 3? 31 37 7H, M JJ 3» SI 4» 10J 55 52 M il US'! »» in 51 41 41 3*" 4» 30 S4 }1 }7 S 4 4 4 7 I ve*-- Celp»*r» 21, L»mb 4. Moor* T, veal* i. 4.00 74 4 31 3-4 4 74 2-8 4.7S 5-1 4.»2 4-4 5 3J 2-0 S M K) 72 From Chef f to Posiout, from Uncle Wiggly to Broadiide-- Wa hov* a tr«m*ndous »l«c- tion of common and hard-to- find games.. FOUNTAIN HOBBY CENTER practice in Ellis, Barry Rhea,; EACH #2004 Now thru Tues. 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