Medina County Gazette from Medina, Ohio on May 27, 1967 · Page 6
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6 Medina County Gazatta Medina, 0.. Sat., May 27. «7 Memorial Program Day Matinee Is Scheduled Some of the winners of t he Mid-May matinee will be missing, but Western Reserve Matinee Club officials expect another big entry for their Memorial Day harness racing program at Wellington. It will be the third matinee of cd in Northfield Park programs up any slack, and won’t b-? available for mat- Earl Bowman s DiUer s Dev iness, but Secretary Dick Love- il, Tom Haight's Confident.Pick less said the field may be near- and AlKiesel s Lady Redarea- lv as large with more two and mong the two-year-old trotters three-year-olds being readied for expected, and Royal Lady Bird their first starts of the season Adios Cecility, trained and dri the season for the area club, and ven by owner Bill Rachten, is is scheduled for 1:30 p m. on the one of the winners now perform- Lorain County Fairgrounds oval ing at Northfield. Others include at Wellington. I A1 Kiesel’s Slanty Sam, and El- The May 13 program drew 46 bridge Moxley’s Alota Good entries and 18 heats of racing, Promising young trotters and both figures settin records for pacers who are being groomed ° ui _______ «.MAAiiul (a t air a an area matinee club. Three straight-heat winners on that program are now schedul- futurities are expected to take for stakes races on the county fair circuits and in Grandview’s Brunswick Youth Baseball Sets Memorial Day Program The program scheduled for the i ner of the name the field contest, Brunswick Youth Baseball, Inc. : while the park dedication by Memorial Day opening has been League President Jack Johns- announced Team formation, managers including coaches, umpires, team members and ponyta i 1 members will open the program at 1:45 p.m. Invocation, given by Rev. William Harvey of the Brunswick Methodist Churc h, will be given at 1:55 p.m. Commander Auth of the American Legion Post 234 will give the flag presentation speech at 2 p.m., with flag raising and National Anthem at 2:05 p.m., including an American Legion gun salute. Two tickets to the Cleveland Indians game will be presented to Emil Rucky Jr., as the win- ton. Mayor Alwin Wolff will speak at 2:25 p.m., with Sheriff Norm Stuart to speak a 2:30 p.m. and Johnson to speak at 2:35 p.m. Team warmups will begin at 2.45 p.m. with the first games beginning at 3 p.m. The first ball will be thrown out by Mayor Wolff. Pairings for the games will include Mayor and Mrs. Wolff against Old Phoenix Bank; B and L Carpet against Cuyahoga Savings and Medina County Barit; Blooms Sohio; Srongsville Paint against Brunswick Marathon; and Brunswick Atlantic against Fish«- Clothing. The Ponytail teams will also play. Mac Poston’s three-year-o 1 d trotting ace will probably face a strong field of challengers. The field of young pacers will include Dick Sweeney's Dorothea Wick, Bowman and Moxley. An other Time, Bud Randall’s Eladnar’s Time, Bob Cole’s Larry Dream, Bowman- Moxley’s Alota Keys, Haight's True Lou and Prize Libbey. Matinee clubs in other areas of Ohio have again been invited to participate. Entries last time come from Canfield Berea and Wayne, Ashland and Lorain counties. Horsemen must have their entry papers in the hands of the classification committee before 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Wellington track. 3 Drivers Blister '500' Track In Final Practice INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Three speed merchants, including pole-sitter Mario Andretti, turned in blistering 163 -mile-an-hour runs Friday in a charged-up final practice for the 500 -mile Memorial Day race. The impressive dre.-s rehearsal for Tuesday’s go-for- broke classic, made in teeming heat, provided the fastest clock­ ings ever in the race. There were no accidents, and the yellow light stopping the cars flashed on only twice for minor incidents. Parnelli Jones of Torrance, Calif., in his turbine-powered machine, and dapper Dan Gurne of Santa Anna, Calif., joined Andretti of Nazareth, Pa., in streaking to 163 m.p.h. and making the practice look like the real rim for the money. Watching Steve Hargan Worth Admission Price Thirty of the 33 starters and an alternate spun their wheels in the three-hour session set aside for final carburet ion tests. Only the machines at Cale Yar borough of Timmonsville. S. C., Scotland’s Jimmy Clark, the 1965 winner, and defending champion Graham Hill of London stood still. Hill missed out by only seconds when his crew pushed his car into the pit just before the practice time ended. Scotland’s Jackie Stewart also was absent—he was in Europe testing a new engine— but his auto was given a final shake-down run by A1 Unser of Albuquerque, N. M. Hie traditional drivers’ meeting will be held Monday, the last official function before the flying start at 12 noon EDT Tuesday. Pony-Colt Practices Announced Practice schedule for the Pony and Colt Leagues has been an nouneed as follows: Simmons Construction, Monday, 6:30 p.m.; LG Const., Tuesday, 6:30; Medina Supply, Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.; Cal Wible, Inc., Thursday, 6:30 p.m.; Indians, Friday, 6:30 p.m.; Musch Builders, Saturday, 1:30 pm.; and Farmers Exchange, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. Extra practices can be scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays if necessary. All practices will be held chi the softball diamond until the regular diamonds are ready. There will be a meeting of the Colt and Pony League managers Wednesday at 8:30 p.m at Medina Junior High School Men interested in umpiring in the league are asked to attend the meeting scheduled at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the junior high. Major League Leaders Westfield Jr. High Wins Cloverleaf District Meet Westfield Junior High scored 61 points to defeat Seville and Lodi and win the Cloverleaf District Junior High Track Meet held at Seville. Seville had 51 points and Lodi 44 in the triangular. Only individual double winner was Steve Auxter of Seville, who took the blue ribbon in the 100 yard dash and the 220 yard dash. Westfield's 440 and 880 relay teams won the relay events by decisive margins. TRIANGULAR TRACK MEET 50 yd. dash — 6.2 Anderson (L), Morrison (L), Schnurr (W), Welday (S), Luedy (S), :6.2. 100 yd. dash — 11.6 Auxter (S), Yannavon (W), Anderson (L), Reed (S), Bell (S). :11.6. 220 yd. dash — 25.8 Auxter (S, Lawson (L), Watson (L), Kobelt (W), Bell (S). :25.8 440 yd. dash — 58.4 Daugherty (W), Luedy (S), Rock (S), Grimm (L), Winn (S). :58.4. 880 yd. dash — Rock tS), Winn (S), Horner(L), Schmidt (W), Greg (S). 2:20.6. 440 yd. relay — Westf i e 1 d (Daugherty, Dorland, Cantrell, Yannayon). :50.2. 880 yd. relay — Westfield (Kobelt, Cantrell, Beach, Schnurr). 2:04.9. Shot Put — Winn (S), Cantrell (W), Welday (S). Homer (L), Dunnebeck (W). 43.0. Discus — Watson (L), Simmons (L), Beach (W), Siders (L), Dorland (W). L31-3. High Jump — Dorland (W), Kobelt (W), Lawson (L), Martin (S), Bell (S). 5-2. Broad Jump — Schnurr (W), Yannayon (W), Daugherty (W), Fitzsimmons (L), Luedy (S). 16-7. Stokers Defeat Washington By United Press International A second professional soccer league made its debut in t h e U. S. sports world Friday night with the Cleveland Stokers taking the Washington Whips (2-1) before an inaugural turnout of 9,403 fans. The Stokers, whose team consists of the players from Stoke City, England, won the first game in the United Soccer Association as forward Roy Vernon pumped in a tie-breaking second half goal against the Whips, who were brought here from Aberdeen, Scotland. A pair of Medina High’s award winning athletes are shown above. Mike Palinchik, left, received the Sidney Fenn scholarship-athlete award, and Jack Conley was named the best senior athlete. The awards were presented at a recognition assembly, Thursday. CLEVELAND (UPI) - Steve \ Hargan is worth the price of admission all by himself. The 24-year-old Hoosier did it again Friday night, as the Indians, who rarely looked better themselves, downed the Yankees 4-3 in fine style. Hargan spread around nine hits, struck out 10 and gave up no earned runs. His ERA stands at 1.72 in 68.1 innings pitched. He has a 6-3 record, the best on the club, struck out 43 so far t/.is season and has hurled six complete games. He throws harder and harder and is a joy to watch. Unlike the more chickenhearted of his brethren his philosophy is the better the batter the harder you have to throw. I For instance there’s Mickey I Mantle. “He’s the best there is,” Hargan said. “Any pitcher in both leagues would be impressed when Mantle comes up to the plate. You just have to rear back and give him the best you’ve got.” Close One Mantle, who went 1-4 Friday, gave Hargan a good scare. He pulled a patented Mantle shot down the right field foul line that roared into the upper deck barely foul. “Sure I was scared,” said Hargan. “I laughed when it went foul. I would have cried if it was fair.” In the third inning Hargan was hit by a pitched ball. Joe Adcock must have blanched when Hargan did a neat back­ flip and took the ball on his chest. It raised a welt the size of a 50-cent piece. Bees Ousted Ghost Leads Medina Win String In Southwestern Diamond Race Medina horses have a win streak going at Northfield Park, and it will be up to a couple old favorites to keep it alive tonight. Silver Ghost, the ace trotter of the Howard Gross sta b I e, and Adios Cecility, Bill Ra c h- ten’s speedster, won last night’s seventh and eighth races at the Rt. 8 oval. Earlier in the evening Earle Gibb’s Singles Rus t y Medina was eliminated fr o m the Southwestern Confer e n c e baseball race last night, absorbing an 11-4 defeat by Avon Lake. The Bees finished the year with a fine 8-6 record in conference play and an 11-10 mark overall. Avon Lake scored in every inning but the sixth in rack i n g up the win. Medina put across its scoring with two in the second, one in the fourth, and one in the fifth. ' Medina’s cinder squad like the In the second frame, a wai k baseball team finished its sea- finished second. It was Ghost’s fourth straight win. Also this week Tom Haight’s Success Dean came home a winner, while Ron Richardson had a second with Armys’ Bo m b, and show ribbons were won by George Mueller’s Meadow Doc and Paul Swagler’s Meadow Spud who also olicked for a sec- Medina Falls To Generals On Wooster High Track to Ray Eckert, Mike McMullen’s double, and an error and wild pitch accounted for a pair of Bee runs. Eckert scored a- gaki in the fourth after drawing another base on balls. He rode in on McMullen’s single and two errors. Medina’s final tally came in on singles by Jack Conley and Tom Clevidence, and Tony Werner's sacrifice fly. Rick Williams started for die Bees. He had relief help fr o m Ron Letter ly in the second and r,ick Goodwin in the seventh. Heim started for the Sh o r e- men and went all the way for the victory. The U-10 mark was a reversal of last year’s 10-11 record, and the best baseball record for any Medina team. son on a losing note. The Bees pasted only .three first places in falling to a rugged Wooster squad, 92-35. Gary Hetrick sprinted the 100- yard dash in 10.5, Joe Donnell ran the mile in 4:49.3, and Glen Olds leaped the high jump bar at 5-8 to account for the Bee first places. Olds’ leap of 5-8 was the freshman’s best effort of the season. Medina was completely shut out in the pole vault, long jump,, and discus as Wooster took the first three places in each. Jim Dyer and Phil Gompf were double winners for the G« biv als, who wrapped up their schedule with a 9-1 slate^ Medina finished the year at 27 In duals. RESULTS WOOSTER 92, MEDINA 35 100-Yard dash: Hetrick (M), Middleton (W), Hunter (M). : 10.5. 120-Yard highs: Dyer (W), Bede (W), Hombeck (M). :15.8 . Mile run: Donnelly (M), Holland (W), Hostetler (W). 4:49.3, 880-Yard relay: Wooster. 1:38.7. 220-Yard dash: Middleton (W), Hetrick (M), Spratley (W). :23.5. 440 -Yard dash: Weitzel (W), Hunter (M). :52.7. 180-Yard lows: Dyer (W), He- rr National League G. AB R. H. Pet Clmte, Pitt 34 140 31 54 .386 Cepda, St. L 31 117 20 42 .359 staub, Hous 28 93 7 32 .344 Brock, St.L 35 160 26 54 .338 Krnpl, NY 28 93 6 30 .323 Rose, Cin 39 159 28 51.321 McCrvr, St.L 30 103 16 33 .320 Aaron, Atl 38 145 31 46 .317 Wilms, Chi 37 136 20 43.316 Gnzlez, Phil 33 95 14 30.316 American League G. AB R. H. Pet. Klne, Det 36 131 29 48 .366 Carew, Min 35 131 17 43 .328 Mnchr, Cal 37 123 24 40 .325 F.Rbnsn, Balt 35 127 28 41 .323 Tovr, Min 36 147 35 47 .320 Ptrcli, Bos 37 138 20 43 .312 COglro, Bos 23 92 13 28 .304 Hnto, cieve 36 139 19 42 .302 Nrthrp, Det 36 142 17 42 .296 Cmpnrs, K C 35 142 19 42 .296 Home Runs National League: Aaron, Braves 11; Brock, Cards 10; Torre, Braves 9; Perez, Reds and Clemente, Pirates 8. American League: F. Robinson, Orioles and Kaline, Tigers 10; Mincher, Angels, Freeh an. Tigers, Killebrew, Twins and Mantle, Yanks 9. Runs Batted In National League: Clemente, Pirates 31; Aaron, Braves and Perez, Reds 29; Brock, Cards 28; Cepeda, Cards 26. American League : Kaline, Tigers 35; Killebrew, Twins 30; F. Robinson, Orioles and Yastrzemski, Red Sox 28; Freehan, Tigers 27. Pitching National League: Veale, Pirates 6-0; Holtzman, Cubs 5-0; Reds 5-1; Jarvis and Dean Claimed One of Medina County’s longtime favorites in the harness racing world headed for oth e r pastures this week, with trotter Success Dean claimed from Tom Haight by Hoyle Eivins of Tulare, Calif. Dean, ll-year-old veteran, was claimed after winning Th u r s- day night at Northfield, for the claiming price of $2,500. He had a win and a second this year, and was »-1-3-7 last year. His lifetime earnings topped $36,000 at the start of t h i s season. Hot Stove League The junior varsity squad took only one first place as it was drubbed, 92-21, by the undefeated Wooster reserves. Medina’s 880-yard relay unit of Pat Karson, Bob Rapp, Rick Hange, and Ken Sweet took the only Bee blue ribbon. 880-Yard run: Gompf (W) Donnelly (M). 2:06. Mite relay: Wooster. 3:43. Pole vault: Giffin (W), Gordon (W). 11-6. High jump: Olds (M), Viar (W). 5-8. Long jump: Gompf (W), Rings (W). 20-8. Shot put: Fisk (W), Hange (M). 44 4. Discus: Vizzo (W), Adams (W), 141-6. Two-Mile run: Gidledge (M), Keller (W). 10:41.4. ond on Monday Tonight the veteran pacer of the Elbridge Moxley-Earl Bowman stable, About Time, returns to action for the first time since last August Twice under two minutes as a four-year-old, two years ago, About Time fell victim of a virus last year and raced o n 1 y 12 times. He accounted for four wins and a 2:02 mark in t h a t stretch. He’s in the Ohioan Pace, tonight’s $4,500 featured event, and will be stacked against such as J. H. Dandy, winner of his only start this year in a 2:04-3; Toodly Du, who posted a 17-11-3-2 mark last year; Shawne Volo; Irish Joe, winner three times and a 2:04-3 time this year; Nellie’s Chief and Free Heather. In the co-feature, the Chagrin Valley Trot, a $2,500 event, Paul Swagler’s Incognito draws the rail as he seeks his first win in five starts. He has a second and third. Making her first start of the year at Northfield, in the ninth race, will be the promising Mox ley-Bowman pacer, three-year- old Alota Good. She’s won three of four heats this spring at matinees, under the guidance of 14- year-old Gary Bowman. Tonight “Dad” — Earl Bowman — will get the chance to see if he can do as well with her at Northfield as Gary did in the matinees. Maybe that loosened me up bit. 1 tried to protect my face. I could see it coming up at my face. It kinds scared me at first.” One Hairy Moment Hargan got into trouble only once — in the second inning. Steve Whitaker got on with an infield hit. He made it to second on an error by Pedro Gonzalez. Four back-to-back singles by Charlie Smith, Ruben Amaro, Fritz Peterson and Horace Clarke drove in three unearned runs. Max Alvis tied it up in the third with his fourth home run of the year. Larry Brown and Hargan were on board. With the score tied 3-3 and two out in the eighth, Joe Azcue hit a grounder to Smith at third. Smith hobbled the ball then threw wild to first. Azcue scooted around to third. The kindly official scorer credited Azcue with a single and gave Smith a two - base error. Then came Gonzalez, who smashed one over second with the winning run. “It was a good one,” said Joe Adcock. It was a good one. Tribal Notes: The crowd was a rousing 11,563, hardly cause for celebration, but still the second - best crowd of the year ...it looked strange having all those people...there was even a little traffic jam after the game. Mickey Mantle is still Mickey Mantle...he leads the Yankees in home runs and RBI’s and hanHtoa first with aplomb...if his knees bother him it does not show...he chases after the ball with vigor if not with speed. New York sportswriter (those still left) spent more time arguing about the Mets than they did watching the Yankees...they flashed the halftime score of the Stokers soccer game in Washington on the scoreboard...more people were interested in the attendance than in the outcome of the first Cleveland soccer game. ST. LOUIS (UPI)—Ailing Zelmo Beaty Wednesday signed his sixth contract with the St. Louis Hawks for the 1967-68 National Basketball Association season. LAFAYETTE RECREATION Litchfield's Hot Stove League opened its season Thursday night with a 9-6 victory over LaPorte. Scott Milter hurled a . one hitter for Litchfield and had 161-464 Donna Campbell 152-413 one of his team s lour mis. EARLY TUES. NIGHT LADIES National Eagles 92 40 National Disposer 83% 48% Mica Made 71% 60% Blue Room 63% 68% Marv L Anes 46% 85% M. New, Used Fum. 39 93 High single game, National Eagles 676; High three games, National Eagles 2023; High single game, Marge Good, 188; Hi 3 games, Marge Good 467. Unusual splits made: Bert Luedy 4-5; Sue Streett, 5-10 and 6-7; Judy Hines, 5-7; Joan Mantz 4-5-7; Luana Kunkel 3-10; Marcella Coles 150-403. Sue Streett 156-407 Mildred Underwood 178- Jeff Brammer, Jim Walters, and Joe Walters had the other safeties for the winners. Duane Berger helped the Litchf i e 1 d cause with a spectacular catch of a line drive in right field in the third inning. The banquet was held May 23 at Tower West Restaurant. Ben Kobezda from National Disposer accepted the 1st. place trophy for the winning Eagles Members of the National Eagle team are Mildred Underwood, capt; Harnett Randall, Gene Turner was the losing Donna Campbell, Lill Foster and hurler for LaPorte. Juanita Massie. The trophy for high game went to Donna Campbell for a 201 game. High series trophy went to Marge Good of the ¿id. {dace National Disposer team for 529. Most improved average trophy went to Phyllis Bagley of Mica Made for a 16 pin improvement Recognition for 12 pin average improvement went to Pat Saunders of Blue Room and George tta Sprunger of New k Used Furniture, for 10 pin improvement; to Hamett Randall & Donna Campbell of the Eagles and Shirley Bordner of National Disposer. Agnes Kamps of Marv-L-Anes received a triplicate patch for her 3 109 games. Officers for next year are president Vera Schubert; Vice Pres. Joan Mantz; Sec- Treas. Luana Kunkel; Sgt. at Arms. Betty Buttolph. Any girls interested in joining this league next fall should contact Lafayette Recreation, or Luana Kunkel, 723-7084, or Joan Mantz 722-4781. FORTUNES ROM FALLING Metropolitan Life guarantees a yearly income for as long as you live—and now at our best annuity rates in 30 years. If you're tired of worrying about money and want to guarantee yourself a retirement income no matter ho** long you live, here's something to think about! 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(UPI) Jeff Huvelte, Harvard record- j Queen, holder in the 600-yard run, has Lemaster, Braves, Arrigo, Reds been elected captain of the and O Dell, Pirates 41. Crimson’s indoor and outdoor America» League: Horten, track teams for the 1967-68; White Sox 5-0; Sparma, Tigers season. Huvelle holds Peters, White Sox 6-1; school’s indoor 600 mark with a Lonborg, Red Sox 5-1; Cahance, Fight Results COCOA, Fla. (UPI)— George Chuvalo, 216, Toronto, stopped Willi Besmanoff, 200, Germany ( 2 ). Boone Kirkman, 197, Renton, Wash., knocked out Eddie Machen. 203 1-2, Berkeley, Calif. (3). BRUNSWICK LANES BRUNSWICK PLAZA SUMMER LEAGUES STARTING 8 P.M. MAY 29th, 1967. MONDAY aad WEDNESDAY, MIXED COUPLES TUESDAY, LADIES, THURSDAY o*d FRIDAY, MEN. SUMMER BOWLING 3 for 1.00 ________ Zip Code David Sutherland 725-5232 Vinca Kopfstain Jr. 723-4592 rs j- Rebart Darren bar gar 725-4215 Harold O. Wi Ike 725-5005 Metropolitan Life 1 INSURANCE COMPANY INSURANCE COMPANY NEW YORK, N.T.

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