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PRO FOOTBALL ROUNDUP Colts Await Clash With Chargers i By WILLIAM VERIGAN United Prss International The Baltimore Colts would ! probably like to forget their last meeting with a n , American Football League team. That was in the Super Bowl, of course, and the Colts found themselves losing to the New York Jets, 16-7. It had to be an even more humiliating experience for the Colts because they were 17-point favorites in the game. But in their first exhibition game on Saturday night, the Colts find themselves facing the San Diego Charger of the ' AFL. Overshadowing the game itself, however, is the question of whether 1 quarterbaf': Johnny Unitas has i't'.j recovered from an elbow injury that put him out of action most of last season. The famed No. 19 came off the bench in the Super Bowl to retaliate against the Jets Joe Namath, and even the New York players could feel the electricity Unitas generated. But not even the master could ! pull the game out for ' Baltimore, ' Earl Morrall, the man who took over for Unitas when he was injured and won the Na-i tional Football Leagues most valuable player award, will be i around to help out again this I year. Morrall has said he is ; considering retiring, and I Unitas and Morrall might both ' be reaching the end of their careers. Unitas and Morrall open , against one of the AFLs top passers in John Hadl, who 1 threw for 27 touchdowns last year, and the Chargers Lance Alworth is the leading receiver with 68 catches last year. Backfield injuries in the Colts training camp have ! forced all-pro tight end John 1 Mackey to try his legs as a i running back, and Perry Lee Dunn, a veteran who carried ' the ball 72 times for 219 yards with the Atlanta Falcons last year, was acquired in a trade this week. The Colts will feature a few changes with Roy Hilton and John Williams vying for the defensive end spot left vacant by the retirement of Ordell Braase. Charlie Stukes probably will win the left corner back slot. In other exhibition games Saturday night, the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL tackle the AFLs Miami Dolphins at Tampa, Fla.; the Chicago Bears face Vince Lombardi's new-look Redskins at Washington in an NFL clash; the AFL Buffalo Bills invade Houston to play the AFL oilers and the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL meet the Oakland Dr. X, Funk Debut at Olympic Mysterious Dr. X and Terry Funk will debut tonight at the Olympic. Dr. X will meet Lou Anthony while Terry Funk faces Don Duffy in the main event. Mr. Moto meets Black Gordman in the Beat The Champ segment for $2,000. Other matches starting at 8 oclock: Mike Riker and Bull Ramos vs. Alfonso Dantes and El Medico, Chris Markoff vs. Francisco Flores. Aussie Duo In Raiders of the AFL at Birmingham, Ala. The Vikings won the Central Division title last season with an 8-6 record behind a strong defensive line including Jim Marshall, Gary Larsen, Alan Page and Carl Eller and the running of Bill Brown. The Dolphins promising quarterback. Bob Griese, has Karl Noonan and Jack Clancy back as targets. Lombardi, the builder of Green Bays championship dynasty, returns to coaching with Washington after a years retirement. Quarterback Sonny Jurgensen, who has perhaps the best arm in the NFL, has recovered from rib injur.es to lead the Redskins attack, but wide receiver Charley Taylor is nursing a fractured wrist. The Oakland-Kansas City clash probably will be a preview for the AFLs Western Division title race between the top contenders. They tied for the Western title last year and Oakland took the crown in a playoff. It might seem a little early, at the end of July, to think about which team is going to win the AFLs championship. But, after all, baseballs All-Star game got out of the way last week. And that means football season is on the way. More Gold Doubles Victory jyje(JqS DUe E ASTBOURNE, England (UPI) - Ray Ruffels and John Cooper of Australia defeated Clay lies and Stan Matthews of England 6-4, 6-3 in the Hurlimann Doubles tennis tournament Tuesday. In womens play, Margaret Court and Judy Tegart of Australia easily beat Elizabeth Ernest and Jenny Heliar of Britain 6-1, 6-3. Los Alamitos Entries O FIRST RACE WO yards. 3 ytar aids 315 SIXTH RACE 370 yards. 3 year aids it and up In grade A glut. Purse SIM. and up claiming. Purse $2000. Claiming Alamitos Gal (Riley) Moonshine Bar (Wilson) Tough Tears (Wright) Jag's Sun (Watson) Joe Bless (Dreyer) Trudy Truckle (Hart) Sorts Blue (R. Banks) Strawdora (Apodaca) usher 2 ( ) Roy Jane (Smith) x-Miss Bay Neko (Morris) x-Rail Deck (H. Crosby) x-RIcktor (H. Crosby) x-Bar David (Matsuda) Shotted Wayne (Adair) fill SECOND RACE-400 yards. 3 year Lucky Bar Chic (Riley) elds and up In sradt A plus. Purse tl MO. classy Rocket (Smith) i Mr. Adequate (R. Banks) Past Car N' (Hart) Tuntlla (Page) Red Chlgger Bar (Watson) Flamin Eight (Morris) m no 120 119 m tie 119 9 119 317-EIGHTH RACE-40 yards. 3 year elds and up In grade AA minus. Purse $7100. Miss Tittle Deck (Brinkley) Good Grades (Llpham) Josa McCoy (Matsuda) Broad Assets (Adair) Pelleo Bar Time (R. Banks) Like A Rocket (Watson) Hy Request Radium Bar Cee (Hart) What Luck (Strauss) Tight Squeeze (Smith) x-Kiptys Goldangel (Page) x-Prlncesa Merron (Adair) x-DIckey Due Time (Smith) Wa-NINTH RACE-350 yards. 3 year olds and up In grade A minus. Purse 3)700. Minnie Mas (Morris) 1 Til Cease Fir (Smith) 2 1)0 Quest Moon (D. Banks) 3 US Tar Baby John (Richards) 4 123 Formal Affair (Strauss) I 1)3 Willow Request (McReynolds) 4 119 Little Red Arrow (Page) 7 114 Miss Top Peco (Llpham) I 117 Little Evaratta 9 113 Liz's Bid (Sanchez) 10 113 x-Lumlnary (Kams) II 114 x-Chlcaro Grand (Wright) 12 150 x-MI Dark (H Crosby) 13 117 x-Trlpl Decker (Smith) 14 117 314-FIFTH RACE-350 yards. Maiden 3 year olds. Purs 31700. Saucy Cocktail (Brinkley) I 117 Kiptv's Comet (Hart) 2 120 Sierra Guinevere (Pattio) 3 117 Choll Bars (Page) 4 117 Mekin Bar (Strauss) 5 120 Mr. Ygeak (Matsuda) 4 120 Speedie Fay (Lipham) 7 117 Quick Derby (Watson) I 117 SCRATCHES 1 Miss Bay Neko, Rail Deck, Ricktor, Bar David. 2 Moon's Best, Ima Mickey, Da Watch, Miss Olympia Bar, 3 Surgin Grace, Surgm Dale. Break To Win, Henry's Host. 4 Suetta's Request 5 Seven Grand Bars, Silent Scene, Tiny Trish. Filly Royal. 4 Whirly Doo 3 Kiptys Goldangel, Prlncesa Marron, Dickey Due Time 9 Luminary, Chlcaro Grand, Ml Dark, Triple Decker, ALAMITOS RESULTS S. F. VALLEY TIMES, Wed., July 30, 1969 2? TEE GROUNDS Youngsters pass Golf Program KARATE QUEEN - Kam Nelson, TV and film actress, is sort of an honorary Black Belt champ as Mr. Karate, Ed Parker, left, and an aide Dan Guzman tie belt on Kam who is also queen of 6th annual championships that take place Saturday and Sunday at Long Beachs sparkling arena. Karate ChampionsTo Gather At Long Beach TEL AVIV (UPI) - The eighth Jewish Olympics enter their second day today with ' sportsmen competing for a total of 25 gold medals in seven different sports. Tuesdays first five gold medals went to Mark Spitz, of the USA, world 100 and 200 meter butterfly record holders, who won the 100 meter mens free style in Maccabiah record - breaking time of 52.9 secs.; Tamara Onyck, of Mexico, who wen the 200 meter womens breast stroke in Maccabiah record time of 2:53.4; Ram Vehudia of Israel, who won the 200 meter mens breast stroke in 2:45.1; Uurin Caplan of South Africa who won the 100 meter womens free style in 63.7 secs., and Ivonne Touvis of Israel who won 200 meter womens backstroke in 2:41.1 In Tuesday nights basketball games, the USA beat Brazil, 9S-30, Israel beat Argentina, 82-42, and Germany defeated Australia, 61-56. Cook Competes In Saugus Race Veteran race driver Jim Cook of the Norwalk joined the growing field of NASCAR pilots that will compete in the 150-lap late model championship for late model cars Saturday night at Saugus Speedway. The 48-year-old roofer has the edge on his rivals with 31 years in the sport and has won several early and late model titles during his career. DEL MAR RESULTS LONG BEACH - Champions from most of the 50 states and from a half dozen foreign nations gather at Long Beach Arena Saturday and Sunday to challenge Redondo Beachs Chuck Norris as world champion of karate. The event is the sixth annual International Karate Championships under the direction of Hawaiian-born Ed ("Mr. Karate) Parker of Pasadena and will include preliminaries Saturday morning and afternoon, semi-finals Sunday starting at noon and finals that evening starting at 7 p.m. Norris, a professional karate instructor, has won the title of Grand National Champion of the event, emblematic of world supremacy, two straight years. Competition consists of judged bouts" in which entrants strike to within frac tions of an inch of their opponents. Pulchritude will be supplied by the championships queen, film and television personality Kam Nelson, a curvaceous 19-year-old who herself is a karate beginner, a pilot, an accomplished equestrienne and former track star. Irish Mail In Upset Turf Win DEL MAR, Calif. (UPI) -Irish Mail showed a liking for the turf course Tuesday when she came from last place to score a two length victory in the featured $4,000 allowance at Del Mar. Apprentice jockey Rudy Rosales permitted Irish Mail to loaf to the final turn where she rallied on the outside, caught the leaders in the stretch and won going away. A total of 47 youngsters, 12-and 13-years of age, successfully completed the L.A. City Recreation and Parks Departments Junior Golf Education Program. Those qualifying were certified as approved junior players and may now play on afiy City course on week days, excluding holidays, provided they are accompanied by a responsible adult. Beverly Klass, of Woodland Hills, who passed all of the tests with flying colors, was the only girl in the group. The youths participated in two 80-minute instructional classes at Rancho, Griffith and Sepulveda courses and received approval from one of the pros at each course as to their playing ability. Nineteen qualified at Sepulveda, while Rancho and Griffith Park courses each qualified 14. Larry Bouchey, who tied for fifth place in the recent Los Angeles City Mens Golf Championship, scored an eagle-2 on the Wilson Course during his final round of play. Using a wedge, Bouchey hit his second shot 120 yards from the green into the cup on the 345-yard, par 4, fourth hole to make the eagle-2. Witnessing the shot were Stan Hobert and Chris Carlson. Charles Goldman, Los Angeles, waited 30 years of playing golf to score his first hole in one but he made it on the Rancho Park 9-ho!e Course. Goldman used a seven-iron on the 90-yard, par 3, fourth hole to sink the ace. With him were Jacob Bearsch and Mike McLaughlin. No gag. Happy Hacker, Los Angeles, made his fifth hole in one playing on the Rancho Park Course. Happy, who has been playing golf for 25 years, used an eight-iron on the 98-yard, par 3, seventh hole to score the ace. Witnesses to the hole in one were Jeanne Seeman, Belle Green and C. J. McGrath. The Third Annual Invitational Golf Tournament for the Music Industry, to be hosted by Jimmy Bowen, president of Amos Productions and Amos Records companies, will be held August 9-10 at Los Robles Greens in Thousand Oaks. Celebrities invited to play in the Amos tourney include: Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Joey Bishop, Andy Williams, Glen Campbell, Sammy Davis, Herb Alpert, Chuck Connors, Vic Damone, Frankie Avalon, Tommy Roe, Johnny Mann, Pirate Dilemma: Need Mill Help DEL MAR ENTRIES WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1969 Clear and Fast First Pest 2om. Daily Double 1st and 2nd races Tuesday, July 29 FIRST- furlongs. 3 year olds. Claiming. Purse $2,200 Khal M Sweet (Cmpas) 13 40 5 60 3 60 Spicy Alibi (Mahornev) 20 00 8 40 Happy Hippie (Maese) 4 00 Scratched Power Lady SECOND 5Vi furlongs Two year old maiden colts and geldings. Claiming. Purse $2,400. Highballing (Barria) 10 40 60 4 40 Perennial Sands (Campas) 9 20 6 40 Sonny Dress (Rosales) 4 60 Scratched Plane Pie, Moonlight Storm, Sir Les, Elmo Esquire, Industry's Alibi, Tramp Royal. Daily Double. 6-Khal Me Sweet to 8-Highballing. Paid $60.60. THIRD 4 furlongs. 3 year olds Claiming. Purse $2,500. Bristol Bay (Alvarezl 10 60 5 00 3 80 Nathan Detroit (Harris) 6 60 5 40 Eastern Idol (Costa) 5 00 No scratches. Tuesday, July 29, 1969 Weather Clear, Track Fast FIRST 400 yards. Malden t year elds. Claiming. Purse $1700. Kiptv's Sag (Wright) 15.40 5 20 4 40 Liz Devin (Adair) 2 60 2.60 Getaway John (Llpham) 4 60 Scratched Folly's Dandy, Top Four Kay, Surgin Dsle, Her Cool. SECOND 350 yards. 3 year olds and up In Grade A plus bred In Calif. Purs $1900. Prosperous Girl (Page) 4 40 3 20 2 60 Lucky Bart Joe (Watson) 11.40 7 80 Rocket's Katsy (Wilson) 11 80 Scratched Rocket Van Susan, Don Pueblo Go Hombre, Chronometer. Mon Dial (Page) 7 20 3 60 2 60 Mr. Minx (Crosby) 3 40 3 00 Secret Ginger (Brinkley) 4 20 No scratches. FOURTH-On mile maidens. Purs $3,000. Decorator Boy (Barria) Ozark Tune (Mahomey) Formal Ruler (Bianco) No scratches. 3 year old 700 4 00 3 20 460 4 20 3 80 SIXTH 350 Yards. 3 year olds and up In Grade AA Minus. Purse $2100 Dickey's Gem (Smith) 39 60 14 20 6 80 Toulours Mol (Watson) 15 60 8 60 dh-Malden Rocket (Matsuda) 2 80 dh-GIdget May (Banks) 2 80 Scratched Go Go Eagle. Dolldrums, My Kenlce, Radium Bar Cae dh Deedheat for 3rd. SEVENTH Vessels Sr. Course 870 yards. 3 year olds and up. Allowances. Purse $2800. Bull Rastus (Watson) 7.60 3 20 2 60 Narclno (Adair) 2 80 2 40 Imperial Rocket (Banks) 3 40 Time 45 4-10. New track record. No scratches. and up. Claiming Purs 81909. Trucklln Men (Smith) 20 20 7 20 3 60 Cu Deck (Page) 2 00 2 20 dh-Baldy Rocket (Hart) 2 60 dh-Monev Mill (Pattio) 2 60 Scratched Go Flossie Go. Idle Digger, dh Deadheaf for 3rd. FIFTH 549 Yards. 3 year olds and up. Allowances. Purs 31600. EIGHTH 400 yards. 3 v ear olds and UP In Grad AA plus. Purs 32300. Lady Bonouest (Smith) 14 40 7 0 5 20 Gabby's Bov (Richards) 11 00 6 20 Drill (McReynolds) 3 00 Scratched-Parent's Plan. NINTH 400 yards. 3 year olds and up In Grade A minus. Purse $1700 Rocket Mick (Apodaca) 5.00 3 00 2 40 Burgundy Rosa (Crosby) 3 40 2 60 Darrablt (Patllo) 3 00 Seretched-Relempgo Negras. Miss Top Peco, Bankroll Bob, Booger's Request, Quest Moon Oulnella, 9-Roeket Mick A I-Burgundy Rosa, paid $6.60. FIFTH S' ? furlongs. Two year old maiden colt and geldings, Calbreds. Purse $3,000 a-Swarmlng Be (Mhrny) J 40 3 20 2 40 Koval surrender ID. Velasquez) 21 00 6 60 Flight Jacket (I Valenzuela) 2 80 Scratched-Trubo, King of Siam, a R. Cralt-tramed eitry SIXTH 5's furlongs Two year old fillies. Claiming. Purse $2,600 Llzwal IVolzke) 5 00 3 20 3 00 Cnuntrv Holiday (Harris) 4 20 3 20 Nlct Gesture AA. Valenzuela) 3 60 No btidtches SEVENTH 6 furlongs. 3 year olds. Claiming. Purse $3, (TO Dantaun RundValen-ZUtla) 20 40 10 20 80 Meritorious (Rosales) 4 20 3 80 Dooneen (Blanco) 12 00 Scratched Grey Fin, Navy War., EIGHTH About 7'j furlongs on turt. 3 year olds and up fillies and mares. Allowances. Purse 34,003 Irish Mall (Rosales) 10 20 4 80 3 00 Crystal Duchess (Barria) 3 60 3 00 Snug Rulla (Pineda) 4 00 Scratched Grey Cricket, Comp April, Anita Sands. nTnTH-1 ).) miles on turf. 3 year olds and up. Claiming Pursa 33,000 Descanso King (Pineda) 14 60 7 00 4 40 Blue Night (Roseles) , 10 20 4 40 Swiss Bank (Costa) 4 20 No scratches, Carry Saber (Maese) 6 118 Two Daddies (Bailey) 7 113 Sean Bull (Black) 0 zl 13 Frosty Teton (Campasi 9 118 Windsor Tide (Volzke) 10 118 5252 SEVENTH RACE-4 furlongs. 3 year olds and up. Top claiming prict $20,000. Pursa $4,000. Anglican (Pineda) 1 114 Harry Cohen (Herris) 2 114 Red Shah (M. Valenzuela) 3 114 Tartan Dance (Mahomey) 4 114 Kimberly King (Costa) -5 2112 Restless Song (Diaz) 6 zl 12 Sand Devil tVolzke) 7 114 5253-EIGHTH RACE 7 V furlongs en turf. 3 year old fillies. Allowances. Purse $5,000. Barbison's Whirl (Alvarez) 1 117 Royal Huia (Olivares) 2 Z1C9 Mariorle's Theme (Mahorney) 3 172 Serica (I. Valenzuela) 4 112 Sallarlna (Pineda) 5 117 Ynez Queen (M. Valenzuela) 4 117 Vallombros (Hamilton) 7 1109 Assuredly (Harmatz) 8 112 5254 NINTH RACE-One mile. 3 year olds and up. Top claiming price $6250. Pursa $3000. Checkpoint Charlie (Barria) 1 114 a Barleycorn (Pineda) 2 114 Green Port (Tierney) 3 117 Denis A Menace (Volzke) 4 114 Young Smokey (Diaz) 5 112 Titled Host (Costa) 6 zl 1 2 Tall Duke (Grandinettt) 7 112 Our Buddy (Bianco) 8 114 a-Dlamcnd Shoes (Hineda) 9 114 Terrenge Kid (Hamilton) 10 Z107 F. W Jones trained entry z Apprentice allow- x-Also eligible, ance claimed. SCRATCHES 1Poonas Preference, Blue's Smoke, Santa Fe Gal, Wishes Granted 2 Talking Lynn, King Of Dixie, Javar Mac, Cooking Fool, Long Pants. Hardy Tee. 3 Fancimine, Ann Kay, Kettle Black, Petes Bread, Hill Dance, Gama Romans. 5 Runneth Over, High N Tight, Mount Lofty, Terex's Gesture. 7-Red Shah 9 Check Point Charlie Broncos Sign All-AFL End DENVER (UPI) - Veteran wide receiver A1 Denson, named to the All-American Football League team in 1967, signed his contract with the Denver Broncos Tuesday. The Broncos have now signed all their veteran players except one, second-year quarterback Marlin Briscoe. Denson, a six-year veteran, missed six games last season. He broke his left collarbone twice during the season, in the first and last games. Saints to Have Dome NEW ORLEANS (UPI) -Louisianas stadium commission Tuesday gave final approval to the overall design and location of the proposed $93.5 million domed stadium which will become the home of the New Orleans Saints. PITTSBURGH (UPI) - It might appear to be revolutionary mathematics. But how can a team with the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 4 batters in the National League be down in the standings? Pirate manager Larry Shepard has a ready answer. We never have a set lineup, we dont have enough experience and our pitchers havent been coming through, Shepard said. Statistics on Pirate pitching bear out Shepard. Bob Veale has an ERA of 4.10, Steve Blass shows 4.50, Dock Ellis 4.04 and Jim Bumng 3.65. Luke Walker, an added starter, has 3.65. Our pitchers have difficulty adusting to the lower mound," Shepard said. Shepard also bemoaned the fact that although the team batting averages are up, none of the players with the exception of Roberto Clemente had more than 60 runs batted in. But then look at Cincinnati, he said. They have several players with more than-70 RBIs but tlieir pitching is as bad as ours. Lee May paces the Reds with 76 RBIs, Tony Perez 74, Bobby Tolan 70 and Alex Johnson 51. The Pirates appear to have the edge, but figures are deceiving because of their leading hitters. Matty Alou leads the league, followed by Cle- MAJOR LEAGUE LINESCORES National League San Francisco Oil OOO 2004 10 Chicago . 000 020 0002 8 1 Bryant, Unzy (6) end Dietz; Colborn, Aguirre (5), Abernathy (6), Nye (7), Regan (8)end Hundley WP Unzy (9-6). LP-Abernathy (4-3). HRS-Mc-Covev (32), Hickman (7). Montreal . 000 200 000-2 4 1 Cincinnati . 020 010 Olx 4 10 0 Stoneman, Radatz (8) and Brang; Merritt (10-4) and Bench. LP Stone-man (6-13). San Diego 000 010 300-4 9 0 St Louis 201 000 70x 10 15 2 Santorini, Rebergor (5), McCool (7), Ross (7) and Cannizzaro; Briles, Grant (7) and Ricketts WP Grant (5-9). LP McCoot (2-5). American Lenpue (1st Game, 11 Innings) Chicago 111 000 000 00-3 10 1 Cleveland 000 001 014 11 1 John, Wood (9), Hamilton (9), Carlos (11) and Herrmann; Tiant, Law (10) and Suarez, Sims (10). WP Lew (2-1) LP Carlos (4-3) HRS-Bradford (8th), Hopkins (7th), Sims (11th). (2nd Game) Chicago 210 000 070-5 9 0 Cleveland 101 001 60x-9 12 J Peters, Oslnskl (61. Hamilton (7), Nyman (7), Carlos (7) and Pavletich; Hargan (3-8) and Sims. LP Hamilton (0-3) HR-leon (1st). Baltimore .. 000 210 100-4 9 0 Kansas City 000 100 000-1 8 3 Cu-llar (17-9) and Hendricks; Bunker, Drags (B) and Rodriguez LP Bunker (5-8). HR Powell 28th) (1st Game) Detroit ..000 COO 002-2 9 9 Minnesota 003 070 OOx 5 5 t Lollch, Patterson (8) and Price; Perry, Worthinotnn (9) and Mltlerwald. WP-Perry ('?) LP-Lollch (14-3) HR Cerew (7th). (2nd Game) Detroit . 0O1 001 O10-5 1? 3 Minnesota 200 171 00x-11 17 5 McClain, Hiller (5) end Price; Miller, Perrenoikl (8) and Roseboro, WP Miller (3-4) LP-McClain (15-6), HRS Oliva (14th), Killebrew (30th), Cash (14th) Wert (8th). Wellington 000 110 070-4 10 0 Seattle 100 000 000-2 5 0 Coleman (8-8) and Casanova; Barben-der Locker (8), O'Donoqhue (9), Rou-ton (9) and McNertney LP Rarbender (8-8). HRS Maya (4th), McMullen (11th), B Allen (7th) New York . Y0 002 021-5 9 9 Oakland 200 019 03x-6 9 9 Bahnsert. Hamilton (5), McDaniel (6), Johnson (7), Aker (8) and Fernandez, Blue, Flnqers (9), Llndblad (9). Spraque (9) and Rof, Hrnev (91 WP Blue (1-1 LP-Akar (5-3). HRS-Jackson (40th), Peplton (20th), mente, and Willie Stargel! is fourth. But were a singles-hitting team, Shepard said. We need more power in our hitting. We dont have the leading RBI hitters and yet we are second in the league in hits. How do you explain that? During one stretch the Pirates had 26 consecutive singles and in another skein 22. The Reds are in fourth place in the Western Division, comparable to the Pirate standing in the Eastern Division. The Reds have hit 116 home runs this season, paced by May who has 29, Perez with 25 and Tolan with 18. Pittsburghs leading home run hitter is Stargell with 17. Clemente has 14 and the next highest is Carl Taylor with four. Rain Plagues Golf Classic HARRISON, N.Y. (UPI) The $250,000 Westchester Classic, golfs richest medal play tournament, seems to bring out the worst in New Yorks weather. The Classic, plagued by rain in 1967 when the meet was prolonged three days, was greeted again by wet weather Tuesday. Heavy rain deluged the Westchester Country Club and closed the course to practice. A pro-am round on Wednesday was to precede the tournament proper, starting Neil Hefti, Kenny Rogers 7of The First Edition, Lindsey Crosby and Pat Boone. Music executives invited to play include: Mike Maitland, president of Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Records and Joe . Smith, v.p. of the label; Jerry'.; Moss of A&M Records and; Randy Wood, president of Ran-Wood Records. A new 1969 Datsun will be given away for a Hole In One, or, if not attained, .nt;-will be offered as a door prjze at the banquet dinner "on-August 10. Glen Campbell was' among the winners of last years tourney. A record field of over 300 junior golfers (boys and girls) from Southern California -fis -expected to Tee it up in the 11th annual LEE HAMMIfc , Tourney, August 11, 12 and 13 ; at Los Coyotes Country Clui). .? The Memorial Tournament' Is a unique and worthy event--' that was originated by EoS -Coyotes juniors in memory of-: former club member Lee.. Hammil who was a victim. -of. Leukemia. Through tournament entry fees and donations from chib.' members, the juniors have' contributed over $15,000 to the Leukemia Research Center at: the University of Southern'! California. The entry fee is actually-a' ; donation to the fund and none- of the money is used to stage the tournament. L.C.C.C, members very generously give up their golf course for three." days once a year for this most. worthy of causes and are heartily applauded. FISH REPORT PORT HUENEME - 194 angles,., 951 calico bass, 9 bortlto, 23 halibut (to 30 pounds), 14 barracuda. ...J MORRO BAY (Vlrg's Landing) - 79 . anglers, 43 llngcod, 17 halibut, 310 rtd mapper, 150 yellow bass. 45 blue bass. MALIBU PIER 7 anglers, m calico bass, 97 bonlto. 11 barracudT-t"t bluefin tun (20 pounds). FISHERMAN'S WHARF (Marina 'del Rev) 30 anglers, 90 sand bass, J , bonlto PACIFIC SPORTFISHING LANDING- 136 anglers, 5 vellowtail, 1,035 calico . bass, 3 halibut, 52 bonlto, 2 barracuda, 28 sheephead, 133 blue bass. NORM'S LANDING 108 anglers, 19 vellowtail, 681 calico bass, 4 barracuda, 96 bonito, 8 sheephead, U , white fish, 13 sculpln, 400 blue bass. SEAL BEACH 132 anglers- 34 J bonlto, 993 sand bass, 20 sculpln, 7 hall-hut; BARGE with 75 angelers, 175 bon--Ito, 16 sand bass, 31 mackereir. 25 perch. SUITS and SPORT COATS Campbell's, Valley Plaza KFWB 98 Sports twice an hour like clockwork 4(51 laurel Cony nn PO 4-4239 : 1 5 and :45 after the hour ; ABBEY HELPS PATIENTS GET WELL FASTER... WITH THIS ADJUSTABLE WALKER-: CHAIR: RENTS 1E5S THAN 58V (min. 4 weeks) 1 Now the patient can sit, walk, be wheeled, or push , about with feet while seated indoors orout.,-Arms and padded-' seat adjust in height. Light in weight, easy tol handle, tip-proof. Crutch attachment ?Hrt available for pennies a day more. Prompt delivery, 24-hour telephone service. For the finest in sickroom equipment, its,,. ' Wt Proctst MEDICARE Equipment Cliimt HOLLYWOOD 464-9582 WILSHIRE-385-9241 IEV. HILLS 452-2740STA. MONICA-477-4237 N. HOLLYWD 763-9105CAN, PARK-340-2131 GLENDALE 243-2101 maud nW.,tM tisy budg$t ( ttm$ I

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