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The Messenger from Madisonville, Kentucky • 10

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10 The Messenger Madisonville. Ky Monday, Julv 21. 1975 American Legion Tourney Starts Tonight beaten both Owensboro and iIpihimiii this season Another for a 15 15 record The strongest part of the Impalas is the hit ting. When the defense and pitching is respectable, Hen derson is an extremely tough club to beat The Impalas are coached by Bob Ward and he is assisted by Curt Gaines and Hugh Staples Madisonville Post 6 Madisonville is probably the mint inconsistent team in the tournament Their record stands at 6 22 One big plus for the Post 6 team is that they have The Velvet Bombers are probably the tourney favorite because of their depth in pit ching and good hitting They are also strong fundamentally and make few mistakes Owensboro will not lose on mistakes The Velvet Bombers are coached by Jack Hicks in his 24th year as the mentor of Owensboro He is assisted by Park Gentry. Henderson Impalas Henderson has split M) games By MIKKKMBRY Messenger Sports Writer The American Legion District 2 Tournament will begin tonight at 7:30 p.m.

when Madisonville Post 6 meets the Henderson Impalas at Municipal Stadium The double elimination tourney will also include the Owensboro Velvet Bombers in the three-team slug-out. Tournament action will continue each night at 7 30 p.m. in District The winner of the Western Kentucky sectional tourney will then play the Eastern Kentucky actional winner to determine the American Legion State Champion The state iham IMoaship will be played at the Inline of the Eastern Kentucky sectional winner. mpires for the District 2 tourney will hi Hi East, lioli Budgets anil Clyde I. lie of lln)kinsville and I.

Class of until two teams are eliminated On Tuesday, Ownesboro will face the Madisonville Henderson loser and Wed nesday will play the winner of the Monday clash The winner of the District 2 lournament will advance to Hie Western Keniucky sectional tourney and that tournament will be played at the home of the District I winner Bowling Green, Russellville, Greenville, and Glasgow compose the Clarksville. Tenn Official scorer and public address announcer will be Steve Fat lerson of Madisonville Admission for the tournament will be $1 for adults and .50 for students under 18 years of age Capsule com menu Owensboro Velvet Bombers Owensboro sports the best season record of the three teams with a 20 8 slate. One of their best wins of the season was an 11-8 victory over Evansville Fiuikhouscr factor which will help Madisonville is the home field advantage at Municipal Stadium If Madisonville can get out standing pitching performances and strong defensive play, they have the capability of winning the tournament The Post 6 team is coached by Pryce Uttlepage. in his first year at the helm. iTbe TTlessenger Chisox, Yanks Sweep In Doubleheaders Mets Belt Astros; Phils Club Reds sports run single to snap the Orioles four-game winning streak inning for Oakland and Reggie Jackson followed with a two- FROM ROD LAVER ILLUSTRATeO BY IIM IONSON- nl Palmer Wins Women's Open would Youifce iMpaove USB TUB ker, 7-5, and scored on Von Joshua's triple Bobby Murcer singled home Joshua.

Manny Snngiiillan homered in the ninth for Pittsburgh The Pirates came hack in the nightcap with live runs in the eighth inning, two of them on Richie Zisk's home tun. Ken Brett, 62. was the winning plcher and contributed an RBI single Cardinals 3 10, Padies 1 1 Bon Fairly's two run double in the lllh gave St tot2, the vie tory in the OpeMf Ted Sim mons singled home the first i nn and Hector Torres drove in the San Diego score. The second game was Cardinals all the way as Mike Tyson drove in four runs with three hits and Buddy Bradford hit a three run double John Curtis. 6 7.

won it with a five hitler PRACTICE 16AfVST if A ujau Geoore youk 5Horz, MAKes YOU QVCK6K. AAfP mccm we backsoarp tfeve. pck a tauggt SPOT OAJ 7H6UX4L.L AIO rne ball irrn 4yeAGe tPeeo. By HOWARD SMITH AP Sports Writer Dave Kingman came off the field after going three-for five, belting two home runs, driving in six runs and getting his 12th game-winning hit. Dave Kingman was mad.

"Hey, who gave me that error?" bellowed Kingman "That should have been an error on the shortstop. Kingman is a hard man to please. You'd think that after flitting a three-run homer in the fifth and two-run belt in the eighth to lift the Mets past Houston 10-9 Sunday, he'd be a happy man. But he preferred to talk about a ground ball in the third which shortstop Jack Heidemann threw to first and Kingman dropped for an error. "The throw was bad," King man claimed.

"It should have been Heidemann 's error." Elsewhere in the National League, Philadelphia clubbed Cincinnati 11-4; Los Angeles beat Chicago 5-3 in 12 innings; Atlanta edged Montreal 5-4 in a suspended game before the Expos won the regularly scheduled contest 6-5 in 11 innings; San Francisco and Pittsburgh split, the (Hants winning 2-1 and the Pirates coming back 7-1, and St. Louis swept a pair from San Diego 3-1 in 11 innings and 10-2. Bob Watson belted a a pair of two-run singles to help the Astros take a 9-6 lead into the bottom of the eighth. But doubles by Jesus Alou and Felix Millan chased Houston starter Dave Roberts and brought in Wayne Granger. Joe Torre singled to make it 9-8.

then Kingman Unloaded his his second homer of the game and 18th of the sea son to give New York (Ik- victo ry Phils ii. Kids i Mike Schmidt drove in four runs with a single and Ins 19th homer of the season for the Phils. Philadelphia took a 4-0 lead against loser Clay Kirby in the first on five walks, an error by first baseman Tony Perez and Schmidt's single. Kookie Tom Underwood, 107, got the win. N-L Roundup Dodgers 5, Cubs John Hale's two-out, two run homer in the 12th lifted Ios Angeles to victory.

Reliever Mike Marshall, 6-7, was the winner Bill Madlock drove in I pair ai runs for Chicago with single and his fourth bonier of the season. Braves 14 Expos IK The Braves won the suspended game on the strength of two-run homers by Darrell Evans and Dave May. The game was called by rain May 15 with Atlanta leading 4 1 in the fourth, but the Braves pro tested that the umpires hadn't waited long enough for the rain to go away. NL President Chub Feeney agreed and ordered the game continued. Montreal got revenge in the nightcap when Pete Mackanin singled home the winning run in the 11th inning.

Hauls 2-t, Pirates 1-7 Ed Halicki, 4-6, fired a two hitter and scored (he first San Francisco run. Halicki doubled in the eighth off loser Jim Roo rneRe Ao riAie hold yowl FOLLOW- THfixX6H, Gvckli for meAexr T0E. AFTER Au)HtLC ATTEMPT TO NOinilFIKLD, J. (AP) Sandra Palmer as placed her name alongside those of such famed women golfers as Babe Didrickson Zaluirias, Mickey Wright, Patty Berg and Betsy Bawls as a winner of the Woman Open But the tiny blonde from Texas says frank ly: "I've never felt that I was really in that class The 34 year-old veteran counted five Imgcys with five birdies for an even par final round 72 Sunday and a 72 hole total of MB, seven over par on the Atlantic City Country Club COW Ml She coasted home with a QUI Lroke over 18 year old amaleui Nancy Iopez and pros JoAnne I arner and Sand ra Post Miss Palmer took the lead for fBfld on the ninth hole, hut in sisted, "I was fighting tor my life out there. When you get a lead, you start feeling proiec-live." The M00tm blonde from Fort Worth earned $8,044 to boas) her season's earnings to nearly $65,000, tops on the tour Miss Palmer, who shot 78 in the first round but followed with 74 71 72, attributes her sir1 00M to hard work "I was not a good player when I came on the tour In fact, I was terrible.

It just shows what happens when you're conscientious and you ft AY THF0AU MJ THE gSF Best Season For Morgan da work real hard," said the former college homecoming queen Miss Lope three-putted the 18lh green for a bogey and a 75 to lose sole possession of second place The powerful Mrs Cai ner also finished with a 75, while Canada's Miss Post had a 76. South Africa's Sally Little, wIk had been tied with Miss Palmer and Miss Post for the third-round lead, topped her first tee shot into the rough and dropped far lack into the pack ith an 81. Miss LftMl' finish was the best for an amateur since Catherine LMOttt won in 1967. She insisted she was not nci vous on the 18th green, but admitted, "I really wanted to birdie it pretty had." Her parents. Domingo am, Marina 1-opez.

flew nut from Roswell, N.M., to cheer her on the final round, and she said. "I could hear my father back in the crowd The hefty brunette said she had decided to remain an ama teur and enter Tulsa University this fall because, "I'm not in a rush. I figure if you're good, you may as well practice more and more and be really good." She added that she wants to continue her education because "You can't play golf all your life." Susie McAllister of Beau mont, Tex dosed with a 72-300 for fifth, while defending Open champion Sandra Haynie of Fort Worth had a 76 301 for sixth. The course, buffeted by winds from the nearby Atlantic Ocean, yielded only two sub par rounds during four days of play Miss Palmer's 71 Saturday, and a 70 by Miss Little on Friday. Keglers To Meet The Hopkins County Bowling Association will meet tonight at 9 p.

in at Melody lanes. All officers, directors and team captains are urged to attend this meeting. CINCINNATI, Ohio Joe Morgan, tin1 Beds' second baseman, is having the best season ol his major league career. At All Star time, Morgan was leading the National League in stolen bases, and was among Hie leaders in hitting, homers, RBls, walks and runs scored. He is also pacing the team in game winning RBls, and has been selected twice as (be National League Player of the Month SAVEI SAVE! SAVE! USED CARS FORD 2 door hardtop, vinyl roof, power steering, automatic transmission, 8 engine and AM radio.

675oo By Bit! ICE I.OWITT AP Sports Writer The moment Wilbur Wood let go of the ii.ill he figured hed done something wrong. The moment Bill Stein hit the ball lie figured he'd done something right Woixl recorded his third straight complete game victory Sunday in the Chicago White Sox' 9 2 rout of Milwaukee, the opening game of a double header. He would have had his third straight shutout had it not been for a mistake that Gorman Thomas slammed down the left field line for a two-run homer. In the second game. Stein jumped on a Pete Broberg mistake and sent it over the wall for the first grand slam of his career, the big shot in a 10 5 victory that gave the White Sox a sweep of (he Brewers.

In the rest of the American I-eague. New York swept a pair from Minnesota. 14-2 and 54. Texas trounced Uoston 10-5, then lost 3 2, Detroit defeated Kansas City 7-3, Cleveland belled California 10-4 and Oakland beat Baltimore 5-2. The Brewers were behind from the opening inning, when Chicago scored four runs.

Ken Henderson gave Wood all the offense he needed wih three run scoring singles. in the seend game it was Hie Brewers who scored four times in the first inning. But the lead didn't last too long Stein had a run-scoring single in Chicago's two-run second, then he unloaded his grand slam in the fourth after the White Sox had loaded the bases on a bit bat snian and two singles. A-L Roundup Yanks I i Twins t-4 The Yanks lambasted Bay Corbin and four relievers for 17 hits in the opener, including two-run homers by Thurman Munson and Bobby Bonds and a solo shot by Boy White, who also smacked a two run single. Eric Soderholm second RBI single put the Twins ahead 4 3 in the seventh inning of the nightcap.

But in the ninth, Munson tripled, Kick Dempsey singled him home, then Ed Herrmann delivered a game-winning double to left-center. Bangers 10-2. tied Sox 5-3 Tom Grieve and lA'nny Handle drove in three runs apiece as Texas snapped the Red Sox' 10-game winning streak in the opener. In the second game, Cecil Cooper doubled and Hick Burleson singled him home with the deciding run in the top of the seventh II gave the Hed Sox a 3-0 lead and enabled them to withstand Toby Harrah's two run homer in the bottom of the inning. Tigers 7.

Royals 3 Nelson Briles said he was trying to make a "perfect" pitch to Leon Roberts in the sixth inning. It turned out to be a bit less than that Roberts put it into the tell field seats for a two-run tie-breaking homer that beat the Royals. Indians III. Angels 4 Homers by Rick Manning, Buddy Bell and Rico Carty carried Cleveland past the Angels. Manning led off the third inning with his second homer of the season, Bell connected for his ninth, a three-run shot, later in the inning and Carty hit his seventh, a tworun belt, in the fourth inning A's 5, Orioles 2 Claudell Washington hit a tie-breaking double in the seventh Kentucky Sports Roundup 1973 MO.NTEGO VI LI.

ACER STATION WAGON power steering and brakes, V-8 engine, air conditioner, automatic transmission and AM-FM radio. M.97500 CHEVROLET 2 door hardtop, vinyl roof, V-8 engine, power brakes and steering, air conditioner, automatic transmission and AM radio. Bell, a Lexington attorney and National Football League refer ee. LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -American Basketball Association Commissioner Dave De Busschere is scheduled to speak Aug.

1 at a sports benefit dinner designed to raise funds for a paralyzed high school football player. Proceeds from the event will go into a fund to help Greg Adams, a Madison Central High School pupil injured in a football accident last March Other speakers include University of Kentucky athletic director Cliff Hagan and Tommy been sold Stadium and bleacher seats are still on sale for Kentucky's Kittles with Virginia Tech on Sept. 13. Kansas on Sept. 20, Maryland Sept.

27 and Tulanc Nov. 1 No tickets are available for the Wildcats' contests against Auburn and Tennessee, Morgan said LEXINGTON, Ky. IAP) All season tickets for the University of Kentucky's six home football games this fall have oo FORD GAI.AXIE j(MI4 door power steering, 8 engine, air conditioner, automatic transmission and AM radio. 1.77500 MERCCRY MONTEREY 4 door, vinyl roof, power steering and brakes, automatic transmission, V-8 engine, air conditioned and AM radio. 775o ANCHORAGE, Ky.

(AIM Uxiiigton's Anne Combs will be hi' to win bar third straight Raitlett Memorial Golf title when the tournament begins here Wednesday. H74 MERCCRY MONTEGO MX BROl'GHAM 2 door hardtop, vinyl roof, power brakes and steering, automatic transmission, V-8 engine, opera windows, air conditioner, AM-FM radio. 00 3975 wv mm mjm Efl jhk (nnHr Kafl m- LvLJ "iBiM mximmmU. mt aH kit t. tk.

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GB automatic trans er and AM radio. 00 1.175 CHEVROLET ALIBI 2 door hardtop, V-8 engine, vinyl roof, power brakes and steering, automatic transmission, air conditioner and AM radio. 1.27500 Boston 54 38 587 New York 48 44 .522 6 Milwaukee 47 46 505 7'2 Baltimore 45 45 500 8 Detroit 42 49 .462 UW. Cleveland 41 50 .451 12'2 West Oakland 58 34 .630 Kansas City 47 45 .511 11 Chicago 45 46 .495 12' 2 Texas 44 51 .463 15a California 43 53 .448 17 Minnesota 40 53 .430 18' 2 FIRST PLACE Southern Brass defeated Terminix 11-1 to capture first plac in the VAA Junior Pro League. Jack llama was on hand for the playoff game and accepted the first place trophy Members of the team are Terry Rice, Shane Clayton, Paul Huggins.

David Clark, Mark DeMoss, AmpSlaton III, Steve Sanchez, Jay Smith, Joe Jordan, Randy Rodgers, William Sharp, David Hibbs, Peter Preston, and Jerry Hughes. The champs are coached by Ed Sanchez and he is assisted by Amp Slaton. 1973 MERCCRY MARQl IS 4 door sedan, vinyl roof, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, vinyl interior, power brakes and steering, air conditioner, tinted glass and AM-FM radio. 3,275 CHEVROLET I.Ml'ALA 2 door hardtop, vinyl roof, automatic transmission, V-8 engine, air conditioner, power brakes and steering, AM radio with a tape player. 3,275 liMit) FORD GAI.AXIE 5(H) 4 door sedan, V-8 engine, air conditioner, AM radio, power steering and brakes.

675 National League East Pet. GB Pittsburgh 58 34 .624 Philphia 53 40 570 5 New York 46 43 .517 10 St. Loins 45 46 .495 12 Chicago 43 51 .457 tftVfc Montreal 38 50 .432 17' 2 West Cincinnati 62 32 .660 I jos Angeles 51 44 .537 U'2 S.Francisco 44 49 .473 17 '2 San Diego 43 52 .453 19'2 Atlanta 41 52 441 20' 2 Houston 33 63 .344 30 Sunday's Results Philadelphia 11, Cincinnati 4 New York 10, Houston 9 I Angeles 5, Chicago 3, 12 innings Atlanta 5 5, Montreal 4-6. 2nd game 11 innings San Francisco 2-1, Pittsburgh 1-7 St. Louis 3-10, San Diego 1-2, 1st game 11 innings Monday's Gaaiei Cincinnati (Darcy 4-5) at Philadelphia (Schueler 3-1), (n) Atlanta (Easterly 1-4) at Montreal (Warthen4-2), (n) Houston (Forsch 3-7) at New York (Stone 2-1), (n) St.

Iiouis (Rasmussen 0-0) at San Diego (Strom 5-3), (n) Chicago (ReiLschel 6-10) at Angeles (Messersmith 12-7), (n) Pittsburgh (Candelaria 4-1) at San Francisco (Barr 6-8), Tuesday's Game Atlanta at Philadelphia, (n) Houston at Montreal, (n) Cincinnati at New York, (n) Pittsburgh at San Diego, (n) St. Louis at I -os Angeles, Chicago at San Francisco, I'J72 FORD GAI.AXIE 500 2 door hardtop, V-8 engine air conditioner, power steering, automatic transmission and AM radio. 2,075 Sports Shorts la PONTIAC CATALINA 4 door sedan, vinyl roof, V-8 engine, air conditioner, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, AM radio. 675 mmr mmW MrSrY mmmmmmM Wmm 1 Sunday's Results Chicago 9-10, Milwaukee 2-5 Detroit 7, Kansas City 3 Oakland 5, Baltimore 2 Cleveland 10, California 4 New York 14-5, Minnesota 2 4 Texas 10-2, Boston 5-3 Monday's Games California (Figueroa 85) at Cleveland (Raich 5-3), n) Kansas City (Ixmnard 5-5) at Detroit (LoUdl 10-7), (n) Oakland (lloltzman 12-7) at Baltimore (Torrez 10-5), (n) Milwaukee (Slaton 8 8) at Chicago (Hamilton 2-4), (n) New York (Dobson 9-9) at Minnesota (Blyleven 7-4), (n) Boston (Tiant 13-8) at Texas (Jenkins 11-10), (n) Tuesday's Games Oakland at Detroit, 2, (t-n) Kansas City al Milwaukee, 2, (t-n) California at Baltimore, (n) New York at Chicago, (n) Boston at Minnesota, n) Cleveland at Texas, (n) HENDERSON HARBOR. N.Y.

(AP) Jerry Thompson and Ron Moore, both of Lodi, Ohio, won the North American Snipe championship Sunday after four days of sailing competition. NORRISTOWN, Pa. AP) -Funeral services will be held Wednesday for Dr. Charles J. Van Ronk, an osteopathic physician renowned for restoring thousands of professional athletes to health MADISONVILLE MOTORS Hwy.

41 A North Phone 821-6287 SECOND PLACE-Terminix was in first place in the YAA Junior Pro League until the last game when they were defeated by Southern Brass 11-1. Accepting the second place trophy for Ter minix was Al Rhoden. Members of the runnerup squad were Ricky Eagle, Tracy Lynn. Brian Ricci, Phillip Nicholson, Terence Mimms, Mark Rickard, Joey lansden, Jeff Slut lei Dwa Cain, Lance Beck, Bernard Wathen, Blake Williams, and Michael Scott The team was coa hed by Rufus Cox and he was assisted by Anthony Cox..

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