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4-C THB,AB1LHNE RKPORTKR-NRWS ··* ^ Abilene, Texts, FrM*y Morning, August It, IMi With Minnesota MINNEAi'OLIS-ST. ; P A U I (AP) - Rod Carew boa! Ihe're lav to fuel on a potential in Ruidoso Sets Lassie Dash N M --Racing fans al Ruidoso Downs will be treated lo an added - attraction Saturday with the firsl running of Ihc "Ixusii Dash." The race, designed exclusively for the so-called f weaker sex,' will lake place between the ninil: and tetith races, wilh the gals racing from the gate at a distance of 550 yards. Heading the field is Mer"ile Strauss, from Rayne, Louisiana who'll be on the speedster "Some Other Time.", Morale conies from a well · known riding family and Ihe liny "Cajun" might have some sin prises in slore for the others Olney'j Jackson Goes With Indians Dale Jackson, one of Olney High's most decorated linemen, has signed with Ihe McMurry College Indians, head coach ·Buddy Fornes a n n o u n c e d Thursday. The 6-2, 210-pound tackle lettered three years at Class AA Olney and was named Ihe school's best lineman in 19S6 and 1967. Jackson, a two-way performer all through Ins high school playing days, \ias recently eleclcd l o - Ihc Olney High Football Hall of Fame In addition 10 his accomplishments on the gridiron, Jackson also played basketball and was a 'member of the (rack teaiii. He is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jackson of 1015 W. Hamilton in Olney. SEAN WINNER IN TEX-OKLAX WICIIIfA FALLS - Top seeded scan Teity, Abilene, and Ste« Buck, Mullaral, .teamed to defeat Doraiice Mith, Hoiislon, and Don Nalier, Richmond, 6-4, 6-1, uf (he 27lh annual Texas Championships at Hamilton Park here Thursday. · There are 310 entries in (he massive meet, Ihough ironically enough Ihis year (here are none from Oklahoma. : , BULLDOGS SEEK jCHRISTMAS MEET ''· RANGER (RNS)-The Hanger .Bulldog's brsketball squad is looking for a Cliiislmas tournament to complete its 'schedule, according lo coach Boh Cloptpn. Cloplon may be contacted at Ranger High Sciwol, P.O. Rox 421, Ranger, Texas 76t70. Telephone number is 6J7-1148. ning ending double play to drive m Ihe lie-breaking run in Ihe eighth Inning as Minnesota clipped Baltimore 2-1 Thursday fora split In a Iwl-nlght double header, 'Jhe Orioles won Ihe opener 43 with UUCP j u n s i n Ihe fifth in- nlng on Larry flaney'.s homci, a Sicr!fic2 fly ?nd en ei'or The split left Ihe second-place OiioJes seven games behind idle Detrpit. Carew, the' A m e r i c a n League's loading hllter who left Ihe first game with a sore knee, pinch hil wilh runners on first and third and grounded into a force oul But lie nairowly beat second baseman Dave John son's "reliirn throw to first as Rich Reese scampered home. Reese b|ened Ihe Inning with a single, knocking oul loser 3ene Brabender 5-4, and one out later Tony Oliva popped a single :o center field,' setting up Carew BACK TO WORK -- Boston slugger Tony Conigliaro, who lost most of his vision in one eye in August, 1967, when",felled by a'beanball, took his fust "live" bat- ling pi actice Wednesday following an improvement in his eyesight "Tony C" hopes to leluni to the majors either at his old outfield post or as a catcher. (AP Wirephoto) ,., WITH CLANGING 3-0 SHUTOUT REDBIRDS ROMP, 8-0 Shannon's Slam Cages Cubs i r \ , ' . ' . . ' , ,, *· , .·' . A V I ' Boston's Bell Rings Chicago CHICAGO (AP) - Mike Shannon belied the first grand 'slam homer of his career and drove in five luns to prppel (he first- place SI Louis Cardinals to an 8-0 victoiy over the Chicago Cubs Thursday, Four-run outbursts in the first twn mnings'were all the Cardinals needed to wind up season I pl?y against the runner-up Cubs wilh a 9-9 standoff. Nelson Brilcs toyed wilh the ubs before another Wrigley Field ladies day crowd of 34,811, 'Including 23,116 paid Bnlei recorded his I6!h triumph against seven losses with a seven-hitter for his shuloul. In splitting a four-gams series, which left the Cards 14 games in front, the top two National League clubs played before a total Of 121,760. The loser, Kenny Holtzman, now 8-9, was bombed out in the Cauls' four-run first, capped by John Ed\vaids' two-ran double. Lou Bicck opened the game wilh a two bagger nnd scored on Julian Javier's double. Shannon scored Javier with a single. Shannon's grand slammer in the second greeted BUI Stoneman wiio relieved Jack Lamabe after Briles' single and two wMks filled the base?. Shannon also singled In the ninth for his ninth hit of the series. Once the Cardinal damage had been done, it was a day of rookie battery experimen'ing by Cub Manager Leo Durocher. Johnny Upham, making his By JAMES McAFEE Rcporlcr-iNcws Sporls Editor SWEETWATER - Just how imporlant is local knowledge? There was no doubt it played a major role in last year's Sweclwaler Parlnership Golf as locals Henry Hob Faver fired Tournament Bennett and rounds of 65, 68 and 6D for a 202 total. However, Ihc second annual affair which opens Friday at the Swcctwatcr Country Club has attracted a more talented field of outsiders. Thus, Bonnetl and Faver have llieir hands full in trying to score a repeal. Bui Ihey do have thai local knowledge going for Ihcm. Most of those willing lo go out on a limb and pick a favorite were pointing fingers at the Wichita Falls duo of Bill Holstead and Jim Lebus. Lcbus, of course, almost singlehandly won the firsl flight title here last year wilh three sub-par efforts himself. Holstead, the '67 West Texas Amateur champion and winner of many other lilies, hasn't gotten much -- if any -practice on - the short but challenging Sweetwater CC layout. Local Jimmy Whillcker and John Sheppcrson of San Angclo also received lots of notices as good bets. But there are 23 other entries B; and any of them could possibly take all the marbles if things fall Into place. Some of the lop contenders are Houston Salterwhite and The Twins tied the game in Ihe third 'when Hcesc singled wilh two out and scored on Ted Uhlacndcr's double. Don Buford got Baltimore its run m Ihe first when he opened the game with a triple and scored on a fielder's choice Baltimore, behind 3-1 in Ihe opener, rallied m the fifth when Larry Haney slugged his first lomer, Buford singled and Hark Bclanger doubled Curt ilefaiy hit a sacrifice fly and another, run 'scored. when Ihird lascman Frank Quilici let the lirow fiom the outfield gel way. Quilici had capped a three-run irst mnmg for the Twins against winner Jim Hiirdm, 15 8, wilh a two-run double Brooks Robinson hit his 14th homer for he Orioles in the second inning off Dean Chance, 11-11, afler Ballimoie managci Eail Weaver's protest that a fan l!*fi pushed the ball back into play vs up'Hd ·nnsT.C-AMI: BftLTIr/C~.£ ' MINNESOTA til r It tt all r h bl uford cl" 2 1 1 0 UhlaWKfr ct 3 1 0 0 lair cl I 00 0 R(«e ll ' 31 ! 0 elBrflcr M 5 I'l 0 Kmtro Ib i O O O O Itfary II 1 0 1 1 Carc-.v 3I 3 1 1 1 Powell Ib i 0 1 0 Rollins 3b ·! 0 0 0 IRoblnsn 3b 1 1 1 1 Ollva rl ' 3 0 1 0 D.lcbnscn Ib 5 0 5 0 Roseboro c · i 0 0 0 DMa'/ rl 4 0 1 0 OulllcT 3b 4 0 1 3 Hanrv c" J i l l Holt II 3 0 0 0 Hardln p 3 0 0 0 RonClark s s 3 0 1 0 DChance p 2 0 0 ' . Tovar,: ph 1 0 0 0 BMillcr 'p' 0 0 0 0 Told! 3J 4 J 3 Total 30 3 t 3 lilllmon 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 -- 4 Minnrssla ' - · ! V · 3 r. a 0 P 0 0 00 -- : E-- OuiikF. DP-- Dallimore 1. LOB-Baltimore:$. Minnesota 5.' JB-Qulllc, Belanoer. HR-- B.Rnbltiscn [Ml, Han«Y II). SB-Car«w. S-Hardln. SF-Blefary. IP II R E R B B SO Hardlrn ( W I S H 9 i 3 3 i I OXbac: IL.l] H] 7 1 t i i 4 B.MIIIrr J 0 0 0 0 : SECOND CAME BALTIMORE MINNESOTA . ab r h tt ab r h b luFord cl J 1 2 0 Tcvar ^b 4000 Belanger- ss . 3 0 7 0 RMse Ib ^111 FrRobnjn rl 2 0 0 1 llhracndr ct i 0 1 Powell Ib J O O 0 Oliva rl 3 0 1 0 IRoblnsn 3b J 0 0 0 Allison It 3 0 1 1 Bletary It 3 0 0 0 Carew pn 1 0 0 " Olair ph . 1 0 0 0 Holl t\ 0 0 0 1 DJohnscn 3bU 0 0 0 Lock c 2 0 1 ( Harev c 3 0 0 0 Roseboro c 1 0 C 0 Irabendr p 3 0 0 0 Ouilici 3b 3 0 1 0 Richwl p 0 0 0 0 Renlck ss 3 0 0 0 Wall p 0 0 0 0 Boswell p 3 0 1 1 Perrnoski p 0 0 0 ( Total 31 1 1 Total 31 2 ! 2 Ballimnre . _ . . . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 1 Minnesota . . . 0 0 1 0 0 0 O l x -- ; E-- DJohfjsdn. DP-- Baltimore \. LOB-- Ball.mcre t. Minne'ola 7. SB-Uhlaernier. 3B-- Buford. SB-- Belanqer 2. Brabcnder (U5.« .' T-' 7" 2" 1" J S ° Richerl .,....,... '1-3 1 0 '0 0 i wan :....' : 2 - 3 0 o " 0 o i towel! ., . 73-3 ^ 1 1 2 ' PtftancM HV.7-51 1 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 i HBP-- Boswell (Fr.Robinsn). T-- 2:34 BOSTON (AP) _ - Gary Bell worked his way 'out of a couple of early inning jams and then niched brilliantly Thursday in mi ling Ihc Boston Red Sox lo a 10 victory over the Chicago While Sox Bell, posting his lOlh victory n 18 decisions, retired -19 consecutive batters after Buddy Bradford singled for Chicago's hird hit wilh one oul in the second. The string was broken when p i n c h - h i t l e r Leon Wagner walked wilh t\\o oul m the cfghlli 'flic White Sox got only our hits. m NATIONAL , . Won Loll Pet GB Lou's 7» a «JS -- -hlcaco It n yf, n n Francl-co 62 i? 521 15 C nclnratl si a 513 li *'f n ' a . »1 W JC! HVi Li.!"'.'!!. i7 " m "M 'h.lacjlchla 5S «3 !4 2IVi .CW York ii U Ki 22'A .0 Anaelei . . 3 U IU u Houston . ., 53 v «8 «8 !J · Thursday's Results SI Louis 6, Chicago 0 Houston 3 Philadelphia 1, night PIMsturgh J San Francisco 0, nWI On!/ names scheduled v Fridays Carres iHa 1 55?ia), l i M i r 7Jt 1M) " ch ' C8 " loK'nil'Stm'" * S ' L "" P^VM5 n |l SCO J.c dt ,?| 5) , l ]S ) pm i^leWK^m 8 " 14 " 1 """" 9 \°",tfWll p'L, 10 ' »' N - Y » k AMERICAN ,, . , Won Lost Pet. C Deron ,5 ^ ,,, ^J- Baltimore 69 SO S» 7 Boston ti 55 uj i| Cleveland « 51 Jot V xoakland Si 57 j" JS Minnesota J4 « MS \m xNow York H « 47i l?Vi xCalilornla 53 M lit jj C ,. :a !!.° . *' " "S 24V1 xWashinglon 4t 72 379 sow x-Lale game not Included Thursday's Results Boston 3, Chicago 0 Baltimore 4 1, Minnesota 3 5 In! nujhl Hew Yoik a! OaMand. night . Washington al California, night Only games scheduled Friday's Games (SlSSV^nT '" "to"'"" (HarVSU C ?l,Tm ' "' " Ca "'°"' 1 ' ."allirnore IPho'bu 1310) al Mlnnewla (KaJI 8-9), a p m .Chicago (Fisher t-71 al Cleveland (McDowell ti-10), 4:35 p.m. Oetrotl [McLain 231 al Boslo (Lonborg 3 3 ) , 4 3 pm R PARTNERSHIP dge NoS Hoy Pearson, Benny Pace and Jess 'Claiborne, Mike Malone and Van Newberry, Chuck Brownfield and Gene Swenson, Holly Toler Jr. : and Arch Pardue Jr., Roy Branagan and Paul Slaughter and Travis Horlon and Jimmy Weeks. The championship, firsl and the lop half of Ihe second flight go off shotgun style at 1:30 p.m. ig Edge The rest of the field lees off al 8 a.m. in the same manner -- a foursome .on each tee. For Saturday's second round this order of tcsing off will he reversed " ' Sunday's final round, fealuring the low 12 plus ties ; In the championship, and semifinalists in -the other flights, will tec of aiip.m..,., ,;';.;,.;';..,; THE PAIRINGS CHAMPIONSHIP (1:30) B t b Faver-Henrv Bennell, John Kiri-kemtal^Mtc Boring. Robfrl OiKon-Dwayne Adams, chuck Brownficld-Otnc Swrr.son. Benny pace- Jess CHiborne. Het Carson- Ravmond Harl. ;c H Marlin-Paul CamsKII, PMl JordarvTom Collee Jtss DeWresCnirtey McLean, J. t. StalForct-TEm Benrle Roberl Justice Ceorse Humphrey, Mike Matcne-Van Newbtrry. Sam Kendridt-Jim Hooker, Paul SaluflnterRay Brangan Cloyce Talboll-R. H. Xldd, Rlley Couch- Tom ftrry. Frank Row-Wiley Wrolen, Molly Toler Jr.-Arcn Parcfue Jr. · Trayli Horloo-Jimmy Weeks, Hc-uslon Satlcr*fiile Rcy Pearson. Ed Moses-Jim Ccnine, Jo^r) Poe-Ptrki 5Kan. Charles Ballard-Gary Alslon, Cwroe Pwtil.jackie Thomas Jimmy Whi) taker- John Sliepperson, Jim Lebus-BIII Hoislead. , . FIRST 11:10) James Short-Larry Turner vs. Bill Sherirfan-Jhnm Moore. Pat GeraldKei Havtte/ n .Ray MiM- Jonnnv rjrubbs. Johnny Msre-James Prlkhetl vi. E. G. Ccckrell-Don Jackson. Culn Grlssby-Ray \Soore vs. Joe Meddox-Don Benson. Jim Gllliam OHk Penctk vs. John Shrocshire-Chauncey Trout Jonn Gfeit.Tan-JoSn Hay vs Bill March- Dcoo EaVman. .Edjtie Gritr-Joe Ccrbln vs. James McAfee-Mace! Coleman Bcbbv Penlon-Cfyle Smllh vs Bob Ed*ards- Dan Ko»ard. SECOND (!:])) BawrBlllTear'^^^"- 0 ''" Ray Houpl-Jack Lleber vs. Bob Ctillon- Gary Connally. Paul Caln-Jotin Btrry vs. Charles Boyd- Jo^rl WcCollom. Slanelv Frank- J. K. Raw vi. Clyde Swllmcrlh-Cliirlle Ambrose. ():M1 Ed Palton-Jce Younablood vs. Paul Kill. Dr. Fumotuey, J. W. Scoll-Melvin Undiey vs. Red Alllon-Cecil McCUIcfiey. Bill Hunler-BUI Huoltr Jr. V!. JoHn Shccpersort Sr.-Bill Kile. THIRD U:«) Bill Qvlclc-Dick P(pln vs. Jim Hirm-Joe CoCHrie, . L. G. Warner-Buck F. KucjriM vi. Jerry Armjlrcng-Frcd Gerlach. Harry Carmictiael.Ctiarles Connally vs Ed Aikcn Jr.-Bob Grimes Don Ormard-Doug Peacock vs. Howaro Tucker. Jack Tucker. _Danny Doan-Rodney RcbtrlsM Vl Divlc Balko-Foy Branliey. Don. Bell-Pele Van Horn vi. Jim Cower-Cliarles Rushing. Rir Doddi-Jack Borasri vi. Aubrey Roberli-RalcJi Wallace. Johnny Rlce-Letler Barry v*. Glen Benwll-Jce Willi»mi Georoe Fraiier-zoiile l.«mterl vs. Lee Haig.£d Haao. FOURTH dirt] Jofin McCullocri-Buch Hwhes vs Ramom Galloway- Rex Holder. " Joe FOid JacX Haruohly vj. Me* Refch- Me Sfevenscn. Alden Lancaster-Clay Lancslcr vs Torn Donohoo- Johnny Fields. Henry Doscfier-A. M. Henry vt. Jo Worse-Bet Booth. Robert Hinshaw-Blll: Butler vs B. O Bell-Bill Harberl. Joe Hi)d!«lh-Roy Morili v». Ray Devers-E. L. Frjinklin. Al Echols-Jesse Owens vs. Sterling Psrlter^i. B. Clark. EAJie Plland-Tom Reese vs Joe .Viinamson-Ofck Pfeiffer. FIFTH («:W Bob Jor.es-a. J. Bontiam vs. Don Hcnsley-Jnn Wheeler. Jack Ryan-Glen Michel vs. Bob Hardy George HouscftTlgM. A. A. Jcn«s-H. C. Jones vs. Don Calfey Bill ReM. i Georoe Po6Bofi MtCormTck vs. W. W. weall-Tcrn Warsh. Jack stes-B.. H. Allts vs. Jimmy Maldox-Jlm Maddox. Ronnie Turnbow-Darrell Turnbcw vs. tn Palmer-Dave Hlxcn. Bill King-Harold Dsiton vs. Don Waoes- Max Fergus. .- . n* °.!i;;r-Jir,n Chlnn vs. Floyd CIKIon-Sonny .Tclar. Carl, Yaslrzemski drove in Boston's first two runs wilh a i single, in the fifth. Ken Ilarrel- son senl home the olher wilh a s fader's Ripple ; Aids As!ros r 3-2 i PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Doug ! fader's eighth inning run scor- 1 ng double broke a tie and gave he Houston Astros a 3 2 victory , over Philadelphia Thursday ' nght rl i .The Phillies took a 20 lead off ( winner Dave Giusti with a run i n the first on doubles by Tony E 'aylor and John Bnggs And nother in the fourth on a Cooke Rojas' sacrifice fly. Wynn's two run homer in the sixth tied it 2r2 HOUSTON ' PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ab r h bl Golay Jb ; 4 0 0 « TTaylor 3b 1 1 1 o Vynn cl 4 1 1 2 Brings Ib 4 1 3 1 Radtr :b 4n\ RAIIen II 3 c J 0 AHie I b 4 0 0 0 Lock r f 4 0 1 0 taub Ib · · 0 0 0 0 .Gonisle! cl 2 0 0 0 Atprmnle II 3 0 1 0 Joseph ph. l o o t Baleman c 4 0 0 0 Roals ?b J 0 0 1 miller rl 3 0 0 0 Oalrmple e" 3 0 0 1 GlustI p . 3 0 1 0 Fryman p *· ? 0 0 0 Coombs p 0 0 0 0 Farrell p ' 0 0 0 0 Clemens ph 1 0 0 0 Hall; p ' r 0 0 0 0 Tola! 33 3 8 3 Tolal 31 1 11 H aniton tog 1 0 J 1 i I _ ] Phllailelphli l i t 1 ( t t M-l DP-Hooslon 1, Philadelphia 2 LOB- Houslcn t Philadelphia 5 2B-T.T«vkr, Brig?!, Rader KR-Wynn (U) SB- Brlo s, R Allen Sf=-Ro|as 01 IKWJII) 'I.l?^? 5 ! 5 0 . Ccombs . 1 3 a , 0 o 0 Frymin . i S 1 3 5 ' 2 ? 1 1 FincH IL.35) . 22} 3 1 1 0 1 Hall · . 1 0 0 0 0 1 HBP-Frymsn (Gluili) VyP-- Fryman Coombs T-2 X A-- 3,21? Caslle AFB Sweeps Meet Castle AFB beat Grand Forks AFB, 63 t to complete a clean sweep ^of '.the Strategic Air Command Softball tournament at Dyess Thursday afternoon Barksdale AFB tied Ramey AFB for the runner - up berth by defeating Goose AFB, 64 However, Raimy was chosen for second place by virtue of Us 3 2 victory over B a r k s d a l e Wednesday.' Barksdale, which won the district tournament last week a Dyess, placed Ihice players on the all - star team that wil represent SAC in the Air Force world wide tournament later this month. Wolfgang , Halbig, a Dyess shortslop, . picked up ' b Barksdale for Ihe SAC lourney, was one of the three selected. Also named was Dave Massey, first baseman, and Larry Wagner, shortstop. Carl Lease, Castle's elite pitcher who won three' tourney games, will be joined by Don Short of Goose AFB to complete liurling chores for : the SAC learn. Hard - hitting Castle third Daseman Russ Bradley will lead Ihe team 'at the plate. John Tepper, Offutt AFB, will coach the all - star teaiti. The SAC team 'plans practice james with area softball teams before competing in the world wide tournament at England AFB. La., starting Aug. 26. Putts, Chips Net Fern Am Victories BIRMINGHAM, Mich, (AP) - Some brilliant putting ant chipping marked Thursday's quarter-final round of the U.S. Womens Amateur Golf Tournament at Birmingham Country Club. ,-'v Joyce Kazmiers.ki of Detroit defeated' Vivien Saunders o England.' ; Miss Kazmierski carried a 4- ip lead around Ihe turn, despite Miss Saunders 1 4fl-foot birdie chip shot on the par-three seventh hole. On Ihe 13lh, Miss Kazmicrski jrotecled her 3-iip lead by sinking a 50-foot eagle putt and won 4 and 3. single in the seventh for is 99lh lun batted in of the year The Red Sox completed Ihe season series wilh a 14-4 margin over Chicago Apar.clc. ss i 0 1 0 Andrews 20 2 1 MCCrav Ib 4 0 2 0 OJones Ib ·avls_ II p 0 0 Yslrm ki II 2 2 2 0 31 l( Joseprtsn c Ward 3b Korlen pr Berr" cl Bradford rl AloPier 2b Carlos p Wood p Wegner ph WllVlm p ' CM*9 4 0 0 0 KHareisn rl 4 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 Pelroclli BS - - 0 0 0 0 RSmllt) cl 30°,'office 3 0 0 0 Glbwn c m 0 0 Bel! p O C O O 0 0 0 0 o o o o BOX SCORE ST. LOUIS CHICAGO ab r h bl ib r h bl -rock [I 4 1 1 0 Keulnoer t! 4 0 0 0 Javier 2b 1 2 1 1 Bccksrl ?b 4 0 1 0 Schofletd 3b J 0 0 0 BW11 lams II 3 0 1 0 Flood ct 4 0 0 0 fanlo 3t 3 0 1 0 Ccctda Ib 3 ! 00 Banks Ib ( 0 0 0 Shannon 3b 5 3 3 5 Spamler rf 4 0 2 . . . 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In the eighth, Upham was succeeded by Archie Reynolds, like Bobb, making his major league debut" BY2-0 COUNT Pirates Nudge San Francisco PITTSBURGH (AP) -.Darin Clendenon singled home one run n the fust inning and another scored on an error as the Pitts- luigh Pirates beat the San Francisco Giants 2-0 Thursday night behind the four-hit : pitch- ingot Sieve Blass. The loss ended Ihe Giants' jve game winning streak Clendenon single scoied Mat:y Alou, who had singled Willie Stargell, who was. nt"n tonally walked after Alou's hit, raced to third on Clendenon's ill and crossed when Jim Hart umbled Manny Mota's ground cr. , Blass, 105 was m trouble only in the third when Jay Alou and Hal Lanier singled with none out, - 30 I 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 PITISIUHGK wms 3b "YoVi Alley a 3 0 0 0 MAlOU c t 4 1 2 0 5t«ra«tl II 3 1 0 0 Clnncfl I b 4 0 1 1 Mola r f 3 0 0 0 Mairoskl 2b 2 0 ti o Canlzzaro c 3 0 0 0 Blast p 3 0 0 0 IAN FRANCISCO abrtiH ndi rl 4 0 P 0 Hunt 2b 3 0 0 0 .V.ilOtsn ph 1 0 1 0 Mays c l 4 0 0 0 McCovey-lb 3 0 0 0 )!ar| jb 3 0 0 0 Deli c JAlov II Lanler ss Sotlri p MCormck p 0 0 0 0 Schroder pfc 1 0 0 0 Unlit O O O O Cllne ph I COO ' i ' Tolal 30 0 0 Tolal ' 5» ? 4 1 SMFrinCIKt . · « 0 C » « 0 0 -- 0 -imtwsh · 101 « i o »«x-3 E-Harl, 'McCoW Lanler, DP-San Francisco I, Pilstburoft I. LOB--San Frarcl co 3, PiMsbursh «. SB-Alle/, MAlou * IP H R E R B B S O Bolln. (L.4-0 , 4 1 3 4 2 1 2 3 McComlck 23 0 0 0 0 0 Limy 3 · : 0 0 0 0 2 Bias (V/,105) ? 4 0 0 0 ( HBP-Bolln Waieroskl). WP-Bolm T-2:08. A-4,Si«. The Big League Chew in the foil fresh pouch /V\OIVTGO/V\ER J . J! 5 ' Save Up to 8.94 Giant m * i i · i irsybsra ALL YOU FOR A BEAUTIFUL LAWN 25-Lb. Box 50-Lb. Bag mmm* lawn food THIS BOX FEEDS SJXIOSa FT. 1 BUILDS BEAUTIFUL GREEN LAWNS ' 22-4-4 pluslRON ana SUlfUR' «T «KHT f. POUNDS Reg. $4.95'Covers 5,000 Square Feet L96 NOW iM Boxes Reg. $8.95 Coyers 10,000 Square Feet 2 O96 »"9! O 1. Quick Greening 2. Long Lasting 3. Peilerted 4. Dust Free 5. Easy To Apply 6. Formulated for Abilene Lawns 7., Non-Burning i. No Water Whirlybird Spreader " 5 Spreads 10 feet, won't rust. Guaranteed four years. Fertilizes lown in-. just 15 minutes. OPEN THURSDAY AWD FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M. - ·--,.. , WF5TG4TE SHOP"'NG C1PIT4; f»f( PRKING N ',. .' ·f ·;···'·· ·-:· : '-' : ; : ' - , - · · j

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