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Gettysburg Ousts L-Town 11-8; Will Face Fairfield For LL Tourney Championship 1* ·ill V^ ft-A. . _ . . - . " . . · R will be Gettysburg or Fair field as the 1975 Adams County Lattte League tournament tiflist as the result of Gettysburg downing Littlestown 11-8 las evening at New Oxford. Gettysburg, 4-1 in the doub elimination tournament, meet unbeaten Fairfield. New Oxford Friday evening a * o'clock. * Fairfield, which *ffl be the home team for the game, can wrap up the championship with a victory, but a Gettysburg triumph would mean Mother game next Monday evening. An eight-run apree io the hot torn of the third inning carried Gettysburg to its win over Lit- ttesUnm as the losers were eliminated The big inning came on _ single by Tim Kotula, an error permitting Todd Jordan to reach base, singles by Phil Knox and Brad Omer, a fielder's choice singles by Fred Myers. Bob Reed and Jon Flax, double by Mark Guise, and single by Jordan. Kotula got Gettysburg off to a fast start with a solo bomerun in the first inning. Ronnie Wickline homered for Littlestown with a mate aboard tn the second and Kevin McKen- R. McMillan Tells Mets: 'Win Games!' rick smashed a homer in the fifth, ttttiestomi rallied for three Major League Leaders American League BATTLXG Carew, Min. (275 .373; .332; Washington. at bats)-Lynn, Bsn, Oak, .321; runs in the final inning on singles by Dave Smith, Wayne Kump and Todd Crouse, plus an error. Littlestown Gettysburg Batteries; .... 020213-8-11-9 ... 108 02s--11-13-2 Liitlestown _ Jon Sentz, Wayne Kump (3), Alan Schue (5) and Chris Trone; Gei- iysburg -- Todd Jordan, Phil Trestle (4) and Brad Oraer. SO. Sentz 2, Kump 4, Schue 2, Jordan 4. Trestle 2. BB, Kump 3. Shue 2. WP, Jordan LP, Sentz. 2B. Phil Knox (G), Mark Guise (G). HR, Wickline (L), McKenrick (L), Kotula (G). Hale Irwin Could Take Money Lead Hargrove. Tex, .320; Munson. .\V .318. RUNS-- Lynn, Bsn. 71; Rice, Ysirzemski, Bsn, 71- Min, 70; RJacksonl Bsn. 71 Carew, Oak - 66- RUXS BATTED IX-Lynn Bsn. SC; Rice. Bsn. 78; LMay, Bal, 77; Mayberry, KC, 74; R.Jackson, Oak, 71 HITS-Carew, Min, 146; Washington. Oak, 132; Munson XY, 128; G.Brett, KC, 126; Rice, Bsn. 124: Rivers, Cal. 124 DOUBLES-McRae. KC, 30; Lynn r Bsn. 29; R.Jackson, Oak', 25; Rice, Bsn, 24; Rudi, Oak, TRIPLES-Rivers, Cal, 11- Ona, Chi. 9: G.Brett, KC, 7; Lynn, Bsn, 6; LeFlore, Det, 6- Rudi. Oak, 6. H O M E RUXS-R. Jackson, Oak, 27; Mayhem-. KC, 24- G.Scott. Mil. 23; Bonds. NY, 22; Hortoa, Det, 20; Burroughs Tex. 20. S T O L E N BASES-Rivers, AITD/W ^_- ,.T,X , Cal 56; Washington, Oak, 35; AKRON Ohio (AP) - Hale R em v, Cal. 31; Otis, KC 31- nvm could seize^the 1975 go!f!_\ or th. Oak. 27. ' " our s money-winning lead this week. But that conquest was not up- ermost in the former Univer- of Colorado football star's mind before he teed off today PGA Xadona'l in the 57th 3rampionsiiip at Firestone Country dub. "Pd ratiter win this tournament than have the money ead. If you win enough of thej Kg Four everts, the money! trtle will follow," said the 30- ear-old Missourian. Of course, his first PGA vjc- PITCHING (10 Decisions)-Eckersley, Qe, 9-3, .750, 2.33; M.Torrez. Bal, 14-6, .700, 3.06; B.Lef, Bsn. 14-6. .700. 3.80; Wise, Bsn. 14-6. .700. 4.28; Bosman, Oak. 7-3, .700, 3.46; Palmer. Eal. 16-7. .696, 2.31: Busby, KC, 15-8, .652, 2.68; R.May, NY, 11-6, .647, 3.12. STRIKEOUTS--Ryan, Cal, 168; Tanana. Cal. 165; Blyle- Ann ** NEW YORK (AP) - Roy MeMfl]an, new manager of the New York Mets, uiH make his feats ^^ a presence felt in the clubhouse. I firs^ri 26 nieaey is at if not in the headBnes M Irwin's second-place total o f j a nondescriot sec-! 5188 - 352 is ^ USL S1 5-000 shy of] Nicklaus' leading figure G.Perry, Tex, National League BATTING (275 at bats)-- Htn, .332: 1 e n , Pgh, .327,- r r Pgh, .325. Phi, 82; Lopes, i. Cm. 74; Rose, SSSW^BiK/lBra^ ' · r^fS-W it on the fine to Ms nlavers in a } Irwm - "* the ^ dsi « ^s best 'f^^- TM- ^ ^ nch - Cin ' 8 ''team meeting before'Wednes- of ei St tour years, isn't even.jfjson. Hm //; Staub, !«f, 72: day night's 9-6 victory over the S" 1 " 6 ^ W01J W aiter the remain- j 1 -^ monB ' TJilL ' ^ , ,, Montreal Expos i der of ^ 5 1975 schedule to pur-! m i b ~ Kose - Cm - lo2 - Gar"Yogi was a'little doser io' 5 "* the money laurels. l vev : L ^ 15!; Casn - p ^ I*-' DAL1AS (AP) - The Association of Tennis Professionals: (ATP) will hold its first annual J awards banquet here Sept. 8,j executive director Jack Kra-j mer said Wednesday. Orioles And Kansas City Attempt To Catch Leaders In Respective AL Divisions BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ner at the Fairmont Hotel jenefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, he said. Comedian Alan King |beatil ,. m doors . opening up what used to be called a couple of locked-up pennant races. Just a few days ago, Oak- serve as master of ceremonies'land's three-lime world cham- wii and Arthur Ashe. current ATP president, will be host. Steeler Coach Wants Look Before Cut LATROBE. Pa. (AP) -- 'ittsburgb Steeler coach Chuck pion A's were supposedly running away from Kansas Ciiy and the rest of the American League West with a 10-game lead: Likewise, the Boston Red Sox owned an imposing 9^-game bulge over Baltimore in the East and seemed ready to run away with the division title. BOTH CHARGING Today, though, those so- i slowed to a crawl and both the 18. said start ilayed most of the way in winning the College All-Star game, but will ers in ^nlplav-out-me-schedule games to who scramble-aU-the-way iys. Oakland's potent all but muffled bats were Wednesday the other Saturday's preseason . -, , . n ,by Gaylord Perry, who up just seven hits -the ome opener agakist the Phila-i onl v damaging on. a too-late homer by Joe Rudi -- and that was the only way we- could do it," Noll said of lasij Friday's 21-14 victory over the -ollegians. ur resen-es to a a 5-2 That, coupled over with the A's. Kansas City's 4-3 triumph over Minnesota -- compliments of Tony little more] K Solaita's threrun homer that i capped a four-run fourth inning |-- slashed Oakland's lead over gainst the All-Stars but we ·laved it like a regular season | fte Rovals to 6 ^ ;ame and had to in order to ,, ." . ,, Boston, coming off straight losses to win." WONT COUNT College All-Stars Dwight Evans walked to load Pony Title *»"· !o Tepnnner Tonight At 6:15 * ICGIHHJCla Accused Of Beating Man Rain Wednesday caused postponement of the Upper Adams -- North Carroll championship game of the Adams-Carroll Pony League tournament. The teams wiD now meet this the bases and Doug Griffin put evnin g * 6:1 j * *** _ . . . . . . " . *^ -tinn I-=t-lr in te*»ufo tn Boston ahead with a single to left. Rice's single Jo right cap-' ped the burst. · Orioles 4-8, Tigers 2-2 | Lee May doubled for a run I ition Park to decide the title. Philly Flyers Ink Ritchie And Kelly and scored on Jim Xormrup'sj PHILADELPHIA single in a decisive two-run 'defending Stanley Cup Cham-] Township Police LANGBORNE, Pa. (AP)Two teenagers described ar clean cut and untroubled ar~ accused of brutally beaiing s ican with shears, apparer-... without provocation. We have no idea why th (AP)--The]happened," said ST inning that gave Bahimo.-e, pioa Philadelphia flyers, its first-game victory, then Don i open taeir training camp Sept. Baylor had two singles, a, 14. have announced the signing double and a triple, stole three i of two more players to multi- bases, scored two runs and · ear comrare. drove in one to make it a- Genera! manager Keith Allen sweep of the Tigers. Tne Ori-jsaid wingers Bob Ritchie, o!es have won 18 of 24 games!second-round amateur and swept four twin-bills since choice this year, and free agent I the All-siar break. Indians 5, Yanks 3 Rico Carty hit a three-run - were not disclosed, homer for Cleveland in the! sixth but the big difference wasj agers ?.. Tor after the mo teer.- were arrested s^~ charged in the beating Monda a '·Both suspects are KuecMer said " to college acade . , re Dave Kelly reached agreement j *' · · the club Tuesday. Terms j^ ^ ,, Police said Kevin Er.;.ecy. 2: of in Bucks Counr. reliever Dave LaRoche. with the who' ; 39 CATHOLICS SERVING IN COMMONS ] was hitchhiking Mor.dzy , ,, .. LONDON (AP) -- The House'wben two youngs:ers, .^V-P.'of Commons elected last fall 39Jazd i7. offered him a ride. sa:d ''".'. ··- number. Enyedy climbed ir-'.o '.he one of the ieea-a^ers be:d msrr "He took the bats out of **^ ,, . ,. ,.,,.,_ hands. Tbey didn't even touch^f ^ a centey one dians' son. ^ *fc ^ » -!rV jo£ e Catholics are in the nil- down while the second pounded * S°f aS^ni*^!? 1 " ^ L^r Parly and 13 in iheihim on the face » Manager rranh. KOO.H- rv,_-_, rV3rivB nTOTO CTfiTM, Thftr*:hfiai-v tin shears: then Enved-v White Sox 11, Angels 1 Bill Melton knocked in five Conservative opposition. There! heavy tin shears; then Enyedj are also nvo Scottish Nation- i was dumped onto a parking alists and t»vo from Northern runs, three with a homer, and Jim Kaat posted his 16th victory with a five-hitter in the White Sox* rout of California. Melton slugged his 10th homer ;lreiand -- one Social Demo- ic Labor party and one In- FOOTBALL AMHERST, Mass. -- Veteran to cap a four-run first inning, j pro quarterback Dick Shiner of singled for a run in the second j:he Boston Patriots announced and doubled one home in ihejhis renrement from the Na:ion- and one of the attackers kicke: bun whSe he lay OE ^Jfi groand The pair was arrested abou: 20 minutes later police up road blocks across the county. Because they are police ref=ised *.o .·.'.= ":-fy eighth. jal fooibai! League. Horses seem to lack horsa sense when given intelligence I tests. two Baltimore,! and Walter White, because they missed the first three weeks of iteeler training camp, will not -ount as full members of the squad until later in the season. So Noll already has the 60-man roster required by Monday. Five more players must be cut in the week following, but says he does not think he will have a problem. BroTM ---,- waukee, trailing 2-1 in the ninth! inning. But a four-run outburst capped by Jim Rice's two-run single made the Red Sox 5-21 winners. j Nevertheless they still saw; their lead over Baltimore! trimmed to seven games. The] Orioles jumped all over Detroit, sweeping a twi^iight double- 1 header 4-2 and 8-2, extending! what's ;- Mll!an ' 13 , _ , , , - ,, . l37 ; Madlock, Cm, the players." said Mets third! " J ^ have to see baseman Joe Torre, "but Roy! na PPening around me. But I'll) lets everyone know just who!P roba **y P^Y oni - v " ^° morel DOUBLES--Rose, Cin. 36; the manager is j limes. Possibly three. possiblv; Eench Cm - ' Grubb, SD. 30; TEAM MEETING four." said the 1974 U.S. Open; ifill a n - ^"Y. 27 ; Cash, Phi, 27; -We had a team meeting be|Cham F on Wednesday. There j Garvey. LA. 27. fore the game and be told us : are nine tournaments left. | TRIPLES--Kessinger, Chi, 8; what he expected." Torre said, j Even ^ he s 110111 * 1 fail to win' D-Parker. Pgh. 8: R.Metzger, "He asked us not to do any- tbing different games." McMiHan, just win ball has been w*th to say what I outfielder Gene the Mets as a coach under Berra since 1973 after managing the Mets farm team in VIsalia, Calif. "It's hard think." said Clines. acquired in pre-season from, Pittsburgh. "It's my first year here. For most guys, it takes time to form an opinion. "But one thing," Clines added, "there didn't seem to be any communication between the players and Yogi. Maybe when he benched a guy, he should have taken him aside and had a little chat." FELT IT COMING The Mets' star pitcher. Tom Seaver. said coming" for he -'had felt it some time And asked if he anticipated any changes under McMillan, he said: "Well, there's a different man managing. Sure, things wiH be dsfferent... different in a very positive way. "It's a great thing for Mac,'" he added. The squat. 50-year-oid Berra is only the second manager to win pennants in both major, leagues. But this year, after years as the Mets' manager, Berra had guided New York nowhere. After ending a five- game losing streak Wednesday night in which they had gone through 55 scoreless innings, the Mets gtiM were mired 8'i games behind the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League East. Yogi's he another dime, his 1975 earnings;Km. 8: Joshua. SF, 8; Griffey, will be more than $25.000 ahead i Cin. 7: Gross. Htn, 7. Of his best season -- 1974. j HOME RUNS--Luzinski. Phi, Irwin has won twice -- Allan-' 2 '; Kingman, NY. 24: Schmidt, tic Classic and Western Open--;Ph;. 23; Bench, Cin. 22; Star- and finished in the top ten in 12 of his 19 tournaments. Why such consistency? "First of all. I'm playing bet- Igell. Pgh. 20. STOLEN BASES--Lopes. LA, 48: Morgan. Cin, 44; Brock, SiL. 42: Cedeno.'Htn, 36; Carter,"' replied Irwin, flashing a denal. Chi, 23: P.Mangual, big anile. ;Mon. 23: Concepcion. Cin. 23. '·I made a very slight adjust- ' PITCfflXG (10 Decisions)-- ment in my sving. That helped. Hrabosky. SiL. 9-3. .750. 1.65; But a lot of it comes under the Gulleti. Cm, 9-3. .750, 2.09: heading of experience, matur- - R -Tones. SD. 15-6. .714. 1.85; ity. confidence.'' iBilhngham. Cin, 12-5, .706. 3.72; Borbon. Cin, 7-3, .700. 3.00: Seaver - ^ T - 14 7 - -667. 2.22: Monte- Unbeaten In Billiard Event' CHICAGO (AP) -- Former' STRIKEOUTS- Messersmith. World Invitational champion LA - 165: Seaver. NY. 154; Sut- Ray Martin of Fairlasni. N.J..: ton - ^ 148 - Richard, Hin. 123; led a quartet of unbeaten pool , Moniefusco. SF. 123. players into today's semifinals of the $43.000 U.S. Open Pocket Billiards Championship. Martin defeated Lou Butera of Canoga Park, Ca3ii.. 150-97 in "But we want to look at all of tne Tigers' losing streak to 11 ur people in a game situ-1 tion," the coach said. "Some' ^ the other two AL games. f our new ones look pretty!Cleveland beat New York 5-3 ood on the practice field and] anc i Chicago bombed California we want to see if it carries j in. I ver into a game situation. Royals 4, Twins 3 ' "We have to get a team! Kansas "City overhauled the : eady for Sept. 21 (when the .Twins after Minnesota had built { regular season opens), not just a 3-0 lead in the first two inn-i 22 starters." ings. Amos Otis walked with I The only change in the start- two out in the fourth and scored J ing Kne-up Saturday will be i on John Mayberry's double, then ( second-year man Jim Allenj George Brett walked and So-' who will replace Mel Blount in'laita belted his llth homer. TODAY IS A "GREAT DAY" TO A PONTIAG TRADE-IN 1973 PONT1AC CATALINA SEDAN Radio, Double Power, Air Cond., 18,000 Miles, On* Owner, Blue Finish 1972 FORD GALAXIE 500 4-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, On* Owner Two-Ton* Finish 1972 OLDS VISTA CRUISER 9-Pass. Wagor. Wood Grain with Green Finish, Air Cond., Aufo. Trans., P.B., P.S., Radio, One Owner $2995 '75 BEADY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 75 ASTRE CP. 75 FIREBIRD CP. 75 CATALINA SDN. USED CARS 74 MAVERICK SDN. 72 FORD 73 PONTIAC 71 COMET CP. 72 OLDS SAFARI '68 PONTIAC H H PONTIAC, IMG. 125 S. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 334-3145 GETTYSBURG. PJL Red Sox 5, Brewers 2 -Rick Burleson's double andj cornerbacfc. Blount sustained a' knee injury against the All- Stars, i Denny Doyle's single gave the, Guard Sam Davis joined the;Red Sox an eighth-inning run.' injured ranks Wednesday with their first in 18 innings, before a bruised foot sustained in practice Monday. He tried to they went io town in the ninth, j Cecil Cooper's double and Rico play Tuesday but aggravated jPetrocelli's single tied it and. ! the injury. I after Rick Burleson singled. Ten-man Will Speak To Niftany Club James Tarman. associate ath- 15 innings Wednesday. Earlier. ,i e{ic director at Penn State Uni- Butera had routed Irving Crane , e rsitv. will be the guest speak- of Rochester. VY racking up; er a{ ' the Centra , PettBs ^!^ the tournament high run of 124 XittariV Lions - Club's 'annual knll^B * ' job apparently had been in jeopardy since last season, when the club wound up in filth place. "This whole thine is to a degree a hangover'from last year," said Mets chairman of the board, M. DonaW Grant Second baseman Felix Milan was the most outspoken in his support of Berra. "Like I've told ewryone," he said, "it's sad to s«e Yogi gone. I guess it's a matter of opinion. Yogi was good to me. I Nked Yogi. He was wonderful to me and to balls Joining Martin were others who have won straight games. Thev are Pete Margo of Staten Island. N.Y.. * ' ! sports dinner to be held Tues- September 2, at the Shera- Hamsburg Inn, New Cum- NJ. host with Coach Joe Paterno of "TV Quarterbacks." will discuss Penn State's 1975 football Pec-Wee Title Prospects and will show the Nittany. Lions' 1974 highlight film. The dinner, which will begin at 7:30 p.m., w:H be preceded E. Peters, Hill, is committee chairman. New Oxford Sews Up New Oxford wrapped up the York-Adams Pee Wee tournament title last evening by clobbering West Manheim 20-2. j by a social "hour" starting"^!! The champions completed! p m - · · - tournament play with an unbeaten 44) record and in the process scored a total of 103 runs. Jeff Null smashed a bases- loaded bomerun in yesterday's win. West Manheim.... 200 00-2-3 New Oxford 942 05-20-9 Batteries: West Manheim -Owings, Beaiing (4) and Fleming, Warner, Cromer; New Oxford -- Jeff Null, Slev« Carbaugh and George Null. BASKETBALL ATLANTA - The Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association signed high school star Bill Willoughby to a multi-year contract. DENVER -- American Basketball Association's 1975 Coach of the Year Larry Brown was given a five-year contract to coach the Denver Nuggets. How to If you plan to keep your new car for 50,000 miies frr.ost people do), you could save S1.890 by driving a Datsun! If your present car gets 10 mpg in the city, gas at 60c a gallon costs SS.OOO'for 50,000 miles. 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