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r" PAGE THE By FRED McMANE UP! Sports Writer Deron Johnson, sold by the Philadelphia Phillies to the Oakland As earlier this month, has become an integral part of the As offense as the teams designated hitter and is showing off the power that once made him one of the most feared hitters in the National League. Johnson collected a double and a two-run homer Monday night to lead the As to a 5-0 victory over the Kansas City Jfoyalfr When" f'firg) heard of the designated hiUerute, PdidnT give it much thought, said Johnson, who is only one career homer away from the coveted 200 mark. I didnt see myself coming over to the American League in a designated hitter situation. I thought I had four or five more years to play. But its not much different over here. Im still batting fourth or fifth. Since going to the As on May 5 Johnson has been hitting the ball at a .301 clip in 18 games with five homers and 15 runs batted in. In the only other AL games, Boston beat Baltimore, 4-1, and Cleveland walloped New York, 10-5. San Francisco defeated Houston, 9-4, in a nationally televised game and Pittsburgh edged Philadelphia, 5-4, in the only National League action. St. Louis at New York and Chicago at Montreal were rained out. Jim Hunter benefitted from Johnsons lusty hitting to notch his fifth victory against two defeats for Oakland. Luis Tianttossed a four-hitter as he beat the Orioles for the fifth straight time over the last two years. Luis Aparicio contributed a two-run single and Carl Yastrzemski a two-run double to the the Red-Sox attack as they pinned the loss on Jim Palmer. Gaylord Perry survived a four-run second inning to notch his sixth victory and Buddy Bell collected four hits to spark the Indians triumph over the Yankees. George Hendrick JIMS Mobil Service 1-10 275 0689 24 Hr. Wrecker Service 'State Inspection ALL LA1E MODE TRADE-INS Every One 1972 OLDS 4 DR. 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Chris Speier drove in four runs with a homer and a triple to spark the Giants triumph over the Astros in the first of the Monday night TV-baseball specials. The victory broke a four-game losing streak for the Giants and moved them to within percentage points of the Astros in the battle for first place in the NL-West. - Garry Maddox and Ed Goodson also Allison in Indy INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) Bobby Allison of NASCAR racing fame is so anxious to make a good showing in the Indianapolis 500 next Monday that he has withdrawn from one of the Souths top stock car attractions, the World 600 at Charlotte, N.C. He . hooked up with one of racings top teams, the Roger Penske stable, that also includes Mark Donohue and Gary Bettenhausen. All three start next weeks Memorial Day classic in the first four rows, with Donohue, the defending champion, on the outside of the front row, Bettenhausen in the middle of the second and Allison on the outside of the fourth as the fastest rookie qualifier at Speedway at 192.3 miles hour. Allison, 35, from Huey town, Ala., has been racing since the late 1950s. His brother, Donnie, was highly successful in two holiday races here, placing fourth three years ago and sixoh the following year. Ive always wanted to run here some day, he reflected in a moment of relaxation in the Speedways Gasoline Alley. Donnies running here made it easier for me to come to the Speedway, but he also would like to run here again. The fact that the Indianapolis 500 is so time-consuming and qualifications are spread over two weekends makes it difficult for the southern stock car elite as well as for foreign drivers to take a crack at racings biggest jackpot. Priced To Go!! , SAVE $$$ P.B., R&H, Red, Bl'k. V.T. $$$ $$$ Low Mileage, Beige. $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ SAVE beige $$$ Cars To Choose From! I MAY 22, 1973 riles Bans wirsi homered for the Giants while Jim Wynn hit his 10th homer for Houston. Pinch-hitter Richie Zisks single drove home the winning run for the Pirates in the ninth inning. The Phillies had built a 4-0 lead after three innings behind ace Steve Carlton, but the Pirates bounced back on homers by Willie Stargell and Manny Sanguillen to tie the score after six innings. Star-gells homer was his 12th of the season, giving him the major league lead. Carlton was knocked out-kvthe seventh inning. Allison first drove sports cars for Penske, then agreed to drive for him in the Memorial Day race this year and next. His car is virtually identical to Bet-tenhausens, a British-made McLaren, while Donohue has a Dan Gurney Eagle. All three are powered by turbo-charged four-cylinder Drake-Offenhau-ser engines. The Speedway has a 24-hour DUS golfers 16-0 DANVILLE - The Danville High golf team, 16-0 in SVL action, concluded their season with a win over Shamokin at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club links by the score of 15-0. Lewisburg and the Ironmen will probably schedule the East-West championship action on some neutral course next week since both teams will have boys participating in the State Finals this weekend The brother act Steve and Roger Baney, carded 79s for the Orange and Purple. Close behind were Bill Stamey and Jeff Blue with a pair of 81s. Fifth man, Scott Birth also scored well to record a 3-0 victory. Dan . lie 15, Shamokin 0 S. Baney (D) defeated Tom Penn National Entries TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1972 FIRST BACC 9189- F 11 Good Grsws iKunitakc) 5 Na Rose FItfri 1 5 Border Bound iKortel 10 RftvaJ Bash (No Bot I? Vanny Myrtle (Flt2(raM) 17 Sharyn Shot (No By) 3 Bo Driven (No By) 1 Vanity Star iTnttrK 1$ rrord4 Circle (RvnoMtl 14 Mts Terrance (Lindsay 9 Peerless Challenge (Maayt A Brownie a Delight Mllescu) 3 KeUorg Watch (Nemetip 4 Florida Deb (No Boy) 19 La Ina (Trttaoo K Swervln Dust (Fletcher) 7 Told Clabber iNo Boy 8 Ruthle Stough iRvnolds) SECOND RACF 2.m F. 3 Surtend-. (Gordon) 8 Fly Me Loo (DonnuUy) 10 Money Marhire (No Boy) 1 Rock Run tOlnai 2 TuJran (Sheppard m m 115 118 118 118 115 m m 115 m 115 119 115 111 109 118 115 21 72 3-1 92 5-1 9 1 81 1 10-1 10-1 13-1 12-1 15-1 15-1 18-1 !8-l 30-1 30-1 118 115 118 116 116 3-1 72 92 6-1 6-t 8-1 8-1 10 1 10-1 5 Dancer From Mar (No Boy) 116 4 nark Pt (UtMnit 7 Elite L (Kupitak) 6 Thr Plas (TrlMw) 9 Blttr Happlnn (No Boy) THIRD RACE92 700-54 F. 2 Frank LyiKh NmM) 6 Judie Pol (No Boy 4 Harlequin Fella (Stiarni 1 Belle Arrow Head (No Boy) 3 Star Explorer (Trttvi 5 King a Color (PAland) FOtRTH RACE $2,200 I mile. 6 Nale Pixie (Reynold! 5 I Am A Nail (Sheppard) 2 Golden Cap (No Boy) 3 Royal Cadet (Tritsos) 1 Flammable (Nemeth 4 Caetari Mly (Brovn) 7 Sing All (Kun)take FIFTH RACE 2 086 F 6 Hard Tim Prlne iKunttak) 9 Mollofy (No Boyr 3 Gunga Dlnn (No Roy 1 Ttght Ticket (Srhen'-k) 5 Oth1lo (O)ivoi 8 Lucky Saint (No Boy) H Native D Celerity (Reynold Ri 12 Cortri (No 14 Bnr Fvt (Kuniake) 16 Benray King (Hasranah) 7 Irish Bill Mahan Tnio) 13 Spanlfh Storm (Gress) 11 Cherokee Ruler (Nemetl) 4 Youngster (No Boyi 17 Rule A Mae (Korte) 15 Saggy Star (Korte) 2 Premediate (Fitzgerald) SIXTH RACE $2 9001 mile. 7 Dorm (Fletcher) 4 BIJar (Lauclxtca) 1 Personal PllR (No Boy) 5 Super Bold (No Boy) 6 PananilUh (Clark) 2 Warfield (Valerh 3 Tul JUkj (Laudnca) SEVENTH RACE-12,406 6 8 Hug Bug Hdge 1 Cat Lover (No Boy) 5 Tricky Lg (IMeacu) 4 Daily Rushes (No Boy) 2 Modelid (TritKuu 7 My Coqutte (Laucirlra) 6 Sailor s Beauty (No Boy) 9 Terrible Tudor (Hdci 3 Spanish, Town ,(Kunit.aki r EIGHTH RACE $2 6004 F. A Ji i r, 3 Irish Brat (No Boy) 13 Lea Edit (No Boy) 15A Trtbon (No Bov. U Pennash (Hasranah) 12 Jaet Bronze (Brown) 14 Caian Sue (No Boy) 8 Advertence (No Boy) 7 We Might Win (No Boy) 2 Mlu Mighty Mouse (No Boy) 116 5A Sunday Storm (No Boy) US 4 Patty a Fault (HeaJy) 119 10 Pint Navy (No Boy) 116 9 Sunny Bouquet (Nemetl) 113 A Chapel view Farm Esther H. Ludwig entry. NINTH BACE SI 8091 mile. 1 Frank Brady 2nd (No Boy) 8 Doe Stover (Schenck) 6 Ret Gestae (No Bov) 5 Wat A Valentine (Donnelly) 3 Evas Luck (Korte) 4 Spotted Valley (White) 7 Without Peact (No Boy) 16 Hey Maggie (Illearu) 14 Beau Coup (Kotenko) 13 Stay's Dream (Kunitake) 10 Mary Meyer (Greta) 116 111 1M 116 21 3-1 4-1 6-1 8-1 6-1 M 3-1 72 P3 6-1 6-1 f-1 in in no im 10 116 2-1 3-1 4 I 92 6-1 6-1 in m 108 113 1)2 113 113 113 111 113 113 6 1 8-1 8-1 10-1 10-1 n-i u-i 13-1 15-1 15-1 JS-1 106 1X3 113 122 119 113 119 3-1 M 4-1 5-1 9-1 6-1 8-1 113 m 107 107 106 110 110 113 rtl 72 3-1 4-1 9-1 6-1 6-1 8-1 Jay JmGhana (Nemetl) in C s DreaanNd" Boy) 11T 7f in m 113 U9 213 213 III 113 44 92 6-1 6-1 6-1 9-1 10-1 10-1 12-1 13-1 12-1 JS-1 19-1 119 ICS 112 ,112 113 112 112 107 XJ2 lift, 112 M 3-1 72 92 9-1 9-1 9-1 9-1 9-1 10-1 12-1 Ample JUrrert iKunlUllll3 13-1 18 ChrIni Sub TDennle) 110 13-3 33 P.tnt Town Pink (No Bor) 33 Am. Bor (No Borl II Power Sweep (No Bo r) 37 Bint tilth IXunltikei 3 Tutr Chirter (Leudrlct) 1S-1 1S-1 14-1 30-1 30-1 500 99 rule that means no driver in the 500 can compete in any other race within a day of the Memorial Day event. Thus, Allison has to forego Sundays Charlotte Grand National. But he isnt disappointed. This is the big race, said. Its a whole new perience for me. I think chances are real good. he ex- our post final record Reed (S), 3-0 B. Stamey (D) defeated John Bayne (S), 3-0 R. Baney (D) defeated Drew Martini (S), 3-0 J. Blue (D) defeated Brad Povish (S), 3-0 S. Birth (D) defeated Bob Dry (S), 3-0. Willoughby's notch 1 jVICtOTy nUffibeT fOUF SUNBURY - Willoughbys ace pitcher Barry McLaughlin hurled a strong game and had excellent control in picking up his fourth victory of the early season of the Sunbury Softball League last evening. A1 and Terry Willoughby, who comprise the right side of the infield, led the team at the plate with four of the screen hits for the TV men, each collecting two singles. Chris Ranck, Tom Pfleegor and McLaughlin also added singles for the team, which defeated Wilson Manufacturing 3-2. Fine defense was displayed as the team played errorless ball against the strong Wilson aggregation. With a record of four wins and one loss, Willoughbys next go into action' at 8 p.m., Wednesday, against Port Ann on John O. Long Memorial Field in Sunbury. Penn National Results MONDAY. MAY 21, 1973 FIRST RACE $2.306 6 F. Briar Gold (Fmmali 7 80 4 30 rtrdlns Duck (.hiffers) 11 20 Berlin? Curie (Illescu) Off 7 37 Time : 13 2 Scratched .Rotational. .Queens .Taste, Bandy Ability. Bay Top BFCOND RACE $1,809-9 F Foolish Imp'-(Hedge) Althen (Reynolds) See Rullah (Baker) Off 9 06. Time 1.13 4. 3 46 420 3.60 3 60 260 780 DAILY DOLBLE (4-1) $18 M QCINIELA (1-8) 816 $9 THIRD RACE 91 209-9 F. China Coin (Pappasi 12 20 Lord Aquriout (Reynolds) Fretty Bando (Kumtake) Off 9 31 Time 1010 S 40 820 120 4 40 180 QLIMFLA (JU4i 78 M FOI RTH RACF $2 0-5 F Aordian (Gordon) ft 20 3 26 3 40 Winnie Roe (Garramone) 3 60 7 40 Fatboy (Donnaily) so Off 9 00 Time .59 3. QUIN1ELA (4-8) $17 16 FIFTH RACF $1,909-9 f. Gravitation King (Fletcher) 36 20 Kir W. R Javelin (Baker) Harry s Bay (Plzzurroj Off 9 20 j Time l 01 2 ' Scratched Peg Son LeadIe Jchnny. 1060 640 4 60 BIG TRIPLE n-$-2) 1181 21 POOL $33 7179 TICKET SIXTH RACF $2 9061 nil Sly Scarlet ilUearm noo Field Queen f Feliciano) Off 10 04 Time 1 40 2 Scratched Judie Potse. Hail To Madam. 4 o- 70 340- QUIMEM (Ml 124 rVENTn RACE Il.tM 1 nil,. Cctljr Munc (Bak.rl MM 3130 ChrT.lT rrr,J (Whit.) 4 44 firk RJ4f (TrlUS.) Off 10 13 Time 1 41 4 KtJtT Tun. EIGHTH RACE ll,0M r. Hli-kror Om (Loul Hynol4l TOO M E!r Jr (Donrully) 31 40 Rond E.rl IR. R.ynnM.t OK 10 .Ml Time 1 13 3 Serttdifd Lord Hi Hw. Blur Victor? EM ?M 290 430 00 30 QUNIELA (1-31 111 M LA1E DOUBLE (t-D M77M NINTH RACE 4I.-4 Bold Nell iGreai Beven Sock (Illearu) 7 1 Theme (Dennle) Off 11 31, Thne 1 004. SmtchxL 1 oM. Gift. Wert qulUo, Run-Bint Rue. 40 1 30 40 40 30 BIG TRIPLE (4-II-1I Ili.IMM POOL llllll TWO TICKETS Attendance S l0. Handle 341 111. STr JOE'S TEAM of the Knights of Columbus -Dart League, champions for this year, pose with theirteam award and cake served afthe arihual LEO MAYAN, right, shooting for his first team title in the Knights of Columbus Dart League in 22 years, received a special award at the league American Softball Assn, releases new regulations DANVILLE - Everyday living involves compliance with many rules and regulations and funtime activities are no exception. John Len Fallon, American Softball Association commissioner for Montour County, has released a series of regulations governing ASA-sanctioned play. The Danville Softball League is associated with the ASA. The new regulations include the following: It is recommended that the pitchers mound have a 16-foot circle drawn from the pitchers plate with an eight-foot radius. -A shoe shall be considered official if it is made with either canvas or leather uppers or similar materials. The soles may be either smooth or with soft or hard rubber cleats. Ordinary metal sole and heel plates may be used if the spikes on the plates do not extend more than '4 inch from the sole or heel of the shoe. Shoes with rounded metal spikes are illegal Fitness of the ground for beginning a game shall be decided solely by the plate umpire. The pitcher shall take a position with both feet firmly on the ground and in contact with, but not off 4he side of, the pitchers plate. The pitcher shall not at any time during the game be allowed to use tape or other substances on the ball, the pitching hand or fingers. Under--the-supervision and eontroFof - may be used to dry the hands, j The pitcher shall not wear a -f sweat band, bracelet or -similar type item on the wrist or forearm of the pitching arm. At the beginning of each inning or when a pitcher relieves another, no more than one minute may be used to deliver no more than five balls to the catcher or other teammate. Flay shall be suspended during this time. For excessive warmup pitches a pitcher shall be penalized by awarding a ball to the batter for each pitch in excess of five. There shall be only one conference between, the manager or other team representative from the dugout with the pitcher in an inning. The second conference shall banquet held at the K of C Home. Presenting the award above is Robert Burkland, Grand Knights of Council 2314. (Danville News Photo) result in the removal of the pitcher from the pitching position for the remainder of the game. The base runners must touch bases in legal order' first, second, third and home plate and when a bafee runner must return while the ball is in play he must touch the bases in reverse order. Effect of the rule is that the ball is in play and base runners must return with liability to be put out. When a base runner acquires the right to a base by touching it before being put out, he is entitled to hold the base until he has legally touched the next base in order or is forced to vacate it for a succeeding base runner. When a base runner dislodges (continued on page seven) How Do You Compete With A Drug Store Chain? Try US o o o Have Your Next Prescription Filled Promptly Ambassador Greeting Cards Hudson Vitamins Whitman Candy Perfumes and Colognes by... Jean Nate Coty Ambush Skinny DipQiieen Helene--- Vit E and MinUulep Masque league banquet.-From-left are Tony Mahoney, Joe Fallon, Leo Mayan, Jim Crop! and Francis Mahon Danville NewrFTfotf&'h 12 players are named to Hall of Fame NEW YORK (UPI) Twelve players of the pre-1920 era were named Monday to a special niche in the National Football Foundations College Football Hall of Fame. Voted into the Hall as Pioneer Players were Henry Seibels, a back on the 1898-99 Sewanee teams ; Robert Fisher, Harvard guard, 1909-11; Dr. Hube Wagner, Pittsburgh end, 1910-13; Arthur Howe, Yale quarterback, 1911; Early Toughey Abell, Colgate tackle, 1912-15, and Harold Balin, Princeton tackle, 1912-14. Also, John Maulbetsch, Michigan halfback, 1912-14; Murray Shelton, Cornell end, 1913-15; Forest "Spot Geyer, Oklahoma fullback, 1913-15; Aubrey Devine, Iowa quarterback, 1919-21; Gaylord Stinchcomb, Ohio State halfback, 1918-20, and Clarence Swanson, Nebraska end, 1919-1921. Dick Kazmaier, an All-America and Heisman Trophy winner from Princeton who heads the awards committee, said the Foundations executive committee has extended the Pioneer Player category to 1927 next year and to 1934 in 1975. This move was made to eliminate the combined Pioneer Player and Coach section and enable the Honors Court to judge all candidates on individual merits PITCHERS SWAPPED ST. LOUIS (UPI) - The St. Louis Cardinals Monday obtained left-handed pitcher Dan McGinn for their Tulsa farm club in exchange for left-handed pitcher Wade Blasin-game, who goes to the Chicago Cubs Wichita farm club. Mixed Couples Starting Wednesday May 23 - 7:30 p.m. If Interested Call Midway Lanes 275-0241 or be at the Lanes Free HASCAfl stars slated for oval atSelinsgrove SELINSGROVE The stars and cars of NASCAR, along with their ARCA counterparts, will make 'their first appearance ever at the Selin-sgrove Speedway, May 30. The drivers of the two sanctioning bodies will be on hand to compete In a Grand National East event, which will be highlighted with a 100-lap grind. Leading the NASCAR professionals onto the high banked half-mile dirt oval will be Bobby Allison, of Hueytown, Ala., and Dewayne (Tiny) Lund, of Cross, S. C., while Ron Hutcherson and Iggy Katona will carry .the colors of ARCA. Allison, who won 10 Grand National events last year on his way to becoming the leading money winner . in the organization, will be stopping off at Selinsgrove just two days after making his first-start in the Indianapolis 500. -Aftenajyixing 12th fastest for- the 1 ndy r long-time campaigner, is the leading contender for the speedways Rookie of the Year honors. Lund is no stranger to NASCAR followers, having competed in nearly every division the sanctioning body ever offered. Lund is a former Daytona 500 winner and in recent years copped two Grand American point titles. Hutcherson is the defending ARCA point champion, has campaigned on many half-mile dirt tracks across the country and participated at Daytona this season. Katona is no stranger to these parts as several years ago he raced in a 100-lap ARCA race and dominated the action until mechanical troubles forced him off the pace. That race, staged at Williams Grove Speedway, was won by Benny Parson, who is currently having the finest year ever in NASCAR competition. There is a friendly feud is a between the drivers of these two organizations and the feud will be carried onto Selinsgrove. The ARCA drivers feel they must take a back seat to the NASCAR regulars during Speed Weed at Daytona. But when they get on the half-mile tracks, the ARCA drivers like to beat back the challenges of NASCAR drivers. The action will begin at 7 p.m. with time trials. Rain date is, Thursday, May 31. CONTRACT SOLD BALTIMORE (UPI) - The contract of left-handed pitcher Mickey Scott was sold to the Montreal Expos by the Baltimore Orioles for an amount in excess of the waiver price, it was announced Monday night Baltimore recalled right-handed hitting Enos Cabell from its Rochester farm club in the International League to replace Scott on the roster. Scott has appeared in only one game this season. Leagues Wednesday night Robert Shive Pharmacy Your Community Pharmacy -Free Parking Injlear Prescription Delivery 1) L

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