Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 13, 1969 · Page 13
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Both Leaders Fall In Junior Tsenage American League half of Fri-! day's twinbill, j ftOtH LfeAUtettS now Brownwood's junior teenage baseball races tightened Friday as leaders In both the American ^ nutjno mw own M , and National Leagues took their'records with the challengers hot i IumDS - „ ., j on their heels with 8-4 marks.; The Raiders smashed the' All contenders have but three! National League-leading Dis- games left on the regular-sea- j counters 10-3 to pull within one son schedule. i game of the top spot. The Le- The Popper Uppers erased a I gionnaires, now leading the 2-1 deficit with two runs in the Buffs by that same shaky one- fourth inning, then held off a I game margin, dropped a 3-2 last-inning threat to nudge the' thriller to Pepper Uppers in the Legionnaires. j Winning pitcher David Cama-» i i cho worked himself out of the \ lasf-inning jam by fanning (ho i final Legionnaire batter with the I . bases loaded. ; Doubles by Camacho and : .Steve Butler triggered the four- i i th-inning Pepper Upper rally vvilh doubles. : CAMACHO WAS touched for, , six hits, two of them in the fifth inning. Losing pitcher Shaej ' Sculhall. who led the Legion-- naire attack with two singles, al- i i lowed Ihe Pepper Uppers just ; five hits. Camacho and Butler; had two hits each for the winners Down 2-0 after Kenny Harris' t\vo-run hotwr in the' first inning, (ho Raiders staggered the! Discounters with a five-run se- j cond inning, then provided the knockout blow with another five-, run outburst in the fourth. J Both teams had seven hits, with Gary George getting two' for the Raiders and Harris and Terry Carlisle lacing two each for the Discounters Winning pitcher Mike Good goin settled down after the lirst Go/fers f y© Icf/cawooef This KISTNG STAR - Lake wood Recreation Center stages its second annual invitational golf tournament Friday through Sunday with Browriwood area golfers urged to comoetp. Lakewood is located midway be'wfen Rising Star and Cross Plains on Highway 3fi. An 18-hn|p pro : rirn event is slated for Friday when a med- alist will also he determined Tourney entries will be paired in 18-hole match play Saturday, with the winners competing in 27-hole medal play Sunday. Consolation matches will also be on tap for Sunday Woods and irons or gift rertficiates will be awarded first and second place finishers in each flight. Sunday, July 13, 196$ §ft6WKlW566 Orioles Wrap Up Crown • Cubs Clinch Tie in National • Holt wavered only in the third i i inning when singles by Mike j ASttiOS f ItAiLfcU by a mod-. Johnson and Victory ftornero est 3-2 count aflef three triflings, | produced the two Senator runs, i but the Cubs broke it open with i By that time the Orioles had seven runs in the fiext two By THfc ASSOtlAffcft built Holt a 5-0 lead, however.; frames. Kindall Davis, Joe Hammond i Four Cubs were credited with and Ronnie Thomas collected the at least two hits, with cunning- American Leagnfc Baiting (250 at ! Tht Orioles wrapped up the I Continental League title and the Cubs clinched at least a tie for the National League trophy to highlight Freshman baseball play in Brownwood Friday night. Orioles breezed to their llth victory in 12 Continental League .. ... ..._ , ...... ._ 0 starts with a 7-2 trouncing of j only Oriole hits off Senator pit- ham getting three and Taylor, Minnesota .353; R. Smith, the Senators as the Birds open- chefs Randy Powers. John Gran- Smith and Johnson two each. Ion .341 tham and Victor Romero. The Astros got three of their Runs—Blair, Baltimore 74; R. The Cubs scored in every in- four hits in the second inning Jackson, Oakland 72. ning except the sixth in handing when safeties by James Young. Runs batted in—Killebrew, The Cubs notched victory No. the Astros their 12th straight Greg Hobbs and Phil McNeese Minnesota 90; Powell, Baltimore II with an 11-4 spanking of the N'ational League shelling. They shoved in two runs. 83. Athletic sluggers got to Dod- Hits—Blair, Baltimore US; ger pitching for at least two Oliva. Minnesota 112. runs in every inning, scoring Doubles—Carow, Minnesota twice in the first, three times 23; Oliva, Minnesota 22. in the second and adding two Triples—3 lied with 5. in the third and four in each of Home runs— ;R. Jackson, Oak* i ed up a four-game lead over the runnerup Indians with just tlree left to play. Astros at Mayes Park. The Atli- turned the trick behind an 11 lelics stayed 'three games back hit allack and the four-hit pitch with three to play by roughing ing of Gleaton. up the Dodgers 19-3 in the other half of the Mayes Park twinbill HANDY HOLT spaced five Senator hits and enjoyed a productive night at the plate in pacing I he Orioles to victory Colts Challenge Winters Today VETERAN BASKETBALL COACH Joa upchick «* justs bonnet ter Nylda Custodio, "MUs Cuppa Coffee/' who was serving refreshments at annual eoach. ing clinic held at Kuftcher's in Monflcello, N.Y. Wylie, Bowen Top Texans the last three frames. land 34; F. Howard, Washington Winning pitcher King allowed 32. nine hits, but only three of them stolen bases-Harper, Seattle Brownwood Colts, owners of came after the first (wo innings. 44 ; Campatteris. Oakland 34. He appeared four limes at bat. a 3-4 record going into Saturday . Pitching (7 decisions)—Me- working enemy pitching for night's game with the rugged THE A's unleased a 21-Wl N a l| v , Baltimore 12-0 1000, three works and was hit by a San Angelo Hawks, return to atlack th al included four by pitched hall on his found trip, the diamond today'when they Ij °.vd and three each by Hagar, Senator hurlers couldn't lind take on Winters In a single Sirois a "d Jenkins. Every Athle- _ the plate, dishing out 13 bases on game at 2:30 p.m. in Camp tic starter collected at least one cle^lamnJi" Culn Boston'itt-' balls and hitting five Oriole Bowie Municipal Sports Center hit- Kuntz. Kirby and Hass a" Sch Detroit 130 hatters. Admission will be 50 cents. had two hits each for the Dod- ' ' _' National League Batting 1250 al bats)-Stargell. Pittsburgh .356; C. Jones, 2.96; Cox, Washington 6-1, .857, .88. Strikeouts — McDowell, WICHITA FALLS FM (AP) Intermediate Hurdles record at I is a drop-back type passer and very impressive oonsiderine He -Ihe University of Oklahoma the schoolboy meet al Austin, threw for 1.300 vards last year, wasIon a relative? weakTarn od- won the recruiUng war for Hen- "We feel like it's a great on-! "His passing statistics are last veV'' \u added Tht G" irst dersons Joe Wv e. but VVv e tviriimiiv in h a t/ D him ;„ iui.: .-..-._ .: - vecUl xuu daaea •' e °— Joe Wylie, but Wylie portunily to have him in this! — Some % eolfci-s arr ovnor. I"" 1 "? ^ d M " WC ^ the ^T' wi " be Wealitl S Tcxas colors 8 ame re'orcsenUn R Texas," Nut some * golleis are expect- t crs but one run Uw rest of the Aug. 15 in Ihe 32nd renewal of; said. ed to compete in .% flights. Kntry fee is $3 for the pro-am and $15 for the tournament. Entry fee includes free swimming, miniature golf and fishing Officials have pronounced the Lakewood layout in excellent shape for the tourney. Tiff grass greens are featured. Don Xeedham won the first tournament staged here last year. wa "Wylie is a tremendous. Czech had two hits each for the Dodgers CONTINENTAL LEAGUE W L 11 7 5 1 LEAGUE W Cubs 11 Athletics B Dodgers 5 Astros 0 Orioles Indians Cards Senators NATIONAL 7 11 CARLISLE WAS the starling from Val Garcia in the second and Harris in the fourth. AMERICAN LEAGUE W Legionnaires 9 Buffs 8 Pepper Uppers 6 Vets 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE \V Discounters 9 Raiders 8 Loalers 5 Lions 2 joined Wylie in the first week of selections. Brownwood's versatile: w .. . Lane Bowen is one of the stale s '- Wylie, rated the No. 1 school- rare two-way all-staters. Bowen, 3 boy football player in the state ' s an excellent split end. run- 4 last season, is following a pat- ning back or defensive safety. fi tern set last year by quarter- Other players selected were I For Occupation the Texas-Oklahoma Oil Bowl j open field runner and we do in- football game. i tend to throw the ball a lot _. , „ , , . ... . .. .,. Wvlie > onc °f last season's which means we'll probably use Thank and losing pitcher or the Dis- m0hl sought-after high school him some as a flanker." counter. He received relief help athletes, was the first player Three other players selected by Texas coaches Tom " Page of Sam Houston State and Duane Nutt of Austin College. Wylie, rated the No. 1 school- •»., », ™-o. „*»,„, ^ jn Czechoslovakia's'second largest city has thanked the Soviet army for its invasion of the country last, year, the parly PRAGUE (AP) 185 youngster was all-district in '68. Mauch, called by the Lone Star coaches as "probably the if ~k outstanding lineman from that part of Texas," has all the phys- T *L D * f L leal qualities. He's 6-4, 228 and I flDS KIDS LUDS has excellent speed for a lackle. do know this," Null said, 5 New York ,346; M. AJou, Pitts- vburgh .346. Runs—Bonds, San Francisco 72; Wynn, Houston 68. L Runs batted in—Santo, Chica- 1 so 77; McCovey.San Francisco 4 73. 7 Hits—M. Alou, Pittsburgh 12 530; Brock, St. Louis 111; Tolan, Cincinnati 111. Doubles—M. Alou, Pittsburgh 26; Kessinger, Chicago 25. Triples—Tolan. Cincinnati 8; B. Williams, Chicago 7. Home runs—McCovey, San The Indians carved out a 13-2 , F. ra ?. cisco 27 ' L - Ma y. Cincinnati A group of -Gene Stallings at Texas A&M vicYorv'"over" the' Cubs "in"Con" ' 23; H - Aaron ' Atlanta 23. veteran Communist party mem- '<* ««,•<, h;^«, „„ i,;~, .. __ _/• \ ll - lul .». ^*v Ul . c vuua .'" v .. o^i.., i n ,. o. Cagers Roll Past Lions The Cagers strengthened their grip on third place in the senior teenage baseball standings by upending the runnerup Lions 7-2 Friday night'at Camp Bowie Municipal Sports Center. The Cagers jumped on Lion pitching for/six runs in the first two innings' and coasted to vie- ^ BOB GREENE lory. Associated Press Sports Writer A five-run second inning broke 0GRE £ N BAY ' wis ' |AP) the game wide open as a double Gree " Ba y starts its comeback by starting pltchsr Jerrv Cross, hlH fnr tha N *" nn " t v™»">» L 3 player last season. H ?±i!l?? 1 ?^^°,r!!!jj !: J ac k Frampton, a quarterback , newspaper Rude Pravo reported . ^ from Dallas Adamson and El today. ranked Carnpo tack , e Herman Mauch. ' II was l!ie n' rst such case re- Texas' Frampton comes highly rec- P orled in '68. ommended by SWC coaches. is very high on him as an of- tineniaJ Mi'nor League" baseball' stolen bases-Brock, St. Louis fensive guard and a defensive acl j on p r jd ay night at Kiwanis 32; Bo "ds. San Francisco 25. lapLrin _ i r>;*..u:«— / n _i_ .:_• _ , f-. Park. The Standings: Not only hailed as grealesl running back 10 Wylie shattered the state's 330 The future Texas Tech product Retirement Leaves Big Holes Jo Fill In Pack's Front Wall kowski. But the Packers have ( Green Bay until the former always been able to come up! American Football Leaguer ar- with more than adequate re- j rived late in the season, placements before. The newspaper said a gathering of pre-World War II and other long-time Communists in Brno sent a letter to the Soviet garrison at nearby Ololouc thanking the army "for assistance in liquidating the danger of counterrevolutionary change in Czechoslovakia." tackle. Last year IS.OOfl fans crammed into friendly Midwestern Stadium to watch a awe- Colts some Texas outfit crush Okla- Orioles homa 39-7 behind the pitching Pirates of Mildren. It was said to be Indians the finost all-star team ever Yanks assembled for the Oil Bowl clas- Cubs sic. With Wylie, Bowen. Framp- lon and Mauch alreadv in the fold this could be another banner year for the stoned shrine game. W. 7 6 5 3 1 0 L. 1 2 1 4 7 7 T. 0 0 1 0 0 1 Pitching (7 decisions)—Seaver, New York 14-3. .824, 2.46; Stone, Atlanta 9-2, .818, 2.67. Strikeouts—Jenkins, Chicago 150; Gibson, St. Louis 146. Bu.' Mazer >KI of the Pittsburgh Pirate j l.as played J !'"'*> g.imes at sec md base, a National League tecord. Rich Allen of tue Philadelphia 1') lilies strui-'* out 161 times in 152 games last season. It i\ds two less iruo the National league record. Quarterback Bart Starr This time, Bengtson will be | missed half of the 19C8 season bid for the National Football; a single by relief hur'ler"jan I - /ea 8 ue championship and a Su- looking at Francis Peay, Dick) with numerous injuries, but ap- Rrown, two" walks and an error P cr Bow| bid Wednesday when Himes, Bill Lueck and Bob Hy-; parently has fully recovered, training camp opens with a full land. Three of them, all veter-,' and there's a young veteran, ans, are expected to team with j Don Horn, behind him. inning and pitched hilless ball The veterans are not due until center Ken Bowman and guard ' Safety Tom Brown has been the rest of the way. Jerry Sims Saturday, but most also will be Gale Gillingham. traded 'to Washington, but Doug t went the full route for the Lions, on hand Wednesday. '• Rookie help may come from | Hart and John Rowser should : did the damage. . , Brown came on in Ihe fourth contingent of rookie hopefuls. the second inning Brown and Cross slapped two Coach Phi! Bengtson will be Dave Bradley of Penn Slate, a rebuilding the offensive line that second-round draft choice, and SUMMER WRESTLING Fri. July 18 3:30 P.M. fill the spot adequately. The Packers will swing into hits each for Ihe Cagers. who once \ va -s the devastating force Bill Hayhoe of Southern Califor-; action Aug, 9 when Ihey host the rolled up their fourth victory behind the Packers' three con- nia, who was drafled in the fifth I New York Giants in a pre-sea- secutive NFL titles and two round. ' so n contest. The annual intras- in 12 season starts. Danny Beck's double and .singles by Don Bethany and Ricky Horton were the only Lion hits. W Shoes Lions ('agers Crusaders straight Super Bowl victories, i Although numerous holes will i quad game will be played July Retirements have done what de- j have to be filled on the offensive 31. fensive strategy couldn't do- • |j ne , it's on the defensive line 12 6 4 2 shoot holes in that front wall, Gone are tackles Bob Skoron- ski and Forrest Gregg and guard Jerry Kramer. Also retired is quarterback Zeke Brat- AND COMPLICATED Pro Grid Trading Serious Business By DAN BERGER and Zook. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Trad- Four days later, Friday, Pur. ing in the National Football nell came here from Philadel- League is a serious—and com- phia along with two future drafl plicated—business, Take, for ex- picks for Guillory and one dralt ample, the trade that sent Jim pick. But that's not all. Phil- j kicking problem Purnell of Ihe Philadelphia Ea-! adelphia gave the ftams one i gles to the Los Angeles Rams j draft pick for next year and lor Tony Guillory. one for the 197J season. Thai trade Friday actually be« ! In essence, it means that now gan more than a week ago and Philadelphia has Jackson, Guillory and a draft pick; Atlanta has Molden, Mallory, Zock, and a draft pick; Chi- FAA Braces For Heavy Air Traffic ATLANTA, Ga. CAP) - Cape that a complete revamping! might occur. i Last season, injuries hit hard j and age is also a telling factor. I Willie Davis, defensive end and i captain, has already announced i that this may be his last season. I He wanted to retire after last! year, but wants to go out as a winner. Henry Jordan is 34 aivj has a ; Kennedy isn't the only facility chronic backache. Ron Hostel- > preparing for Wednesday's nik, Boh Brown, Jim Weather-i blastoff of the* Apollo 11 moon wax, Lionel Aldridge, Fran j mission. Winkler and Davis all at one} The Federal Aviation Admin- time or another missed action j istratlon also is bracing for an because of injuries—injuries] estimated 1,000 general aviation that put additional pressure on | aircraft into central Florida the linebackers and defensive j which will transport many ol backs. j th e million visitors expected in Bengtson is counting on Mikej^ ^ a Pe Kennedy area for the Mercer to remedy the place- j launching. that plagued! Airport facilities as far away —— j. as Tampa will feel the impact i of the heavy air traffic, the j FAA said, It urged pilots un , j familiar with central Florida i airspace to review appropriate ; manuals and charts. ! The agency also said that all pan Steak- 1 K* *!TO ft are forb «W en *° 1 North Adds GCity Star DALLAS (AP) when :it was over—if it really is—involved 13 players, some of illPill HOI Jr Cl (IflJlfvO. ! »^ —*»«•»-'••».» **•*!* *^ 1^4 *** * yt\~i\ i v*-lU" * 4-T14-4-1-4^10 \ r>|" '• ) «*~~ JL/rtJI piCtllA" i fl it. I L It all started July 3 whenjcago has Ogden and Ihe Rams ley of Colorado City has been I<V , n ° V ^.|. e "WL?l[ ea> . Ihe Ranis sent rcwkje defensive-; have Lang, Purnell and (wo'added to the North roster for > ]o , ^awon, me *_AA said PI- end John Zook anjple'et receiv- draft picks. j the North-South schoolboy all-.fMoL i t r fl wire<i . " le er Harold Jackson "In. Ihe Eagles: Purnell, 27, was elated al be- star football game Aug. 7 at the ' Sr liioht «!IL r . K P 1 ^ VIS ' for hefly fullback Israel Lang. Mng traded to the Rams. ; Texas High School Coaches As- mendS filinf Vlieht US°? n "! Itfhe same day, the Chicago , _ .-When 1 went t,>U«nU,, I j Delation Coaching'School. | gggj. ftuSft of traffic I Bears dealt PurneJl.'a 6-faot-3, Uelt let down. W.hen'they traded; Steakley will replace Rusty ,fe38-p.ound Iinel?acktr.fan4 rookie I me to Philadelphia, I didn't! Ward of Arlington, who signed {defensive back Rudy Redmond i kn°w what to think. Now that! a professional baseball contract, ?loathe Atlanta Falscons. The!I'm with the Rams I'm elated } Bears received in exchange vet-, because it will give me a f-€(w tight end Ray Ogden. j chance to play with a ] '"'Foy? days later, Atlanta tui'n- contender." i ed' around and sent the newly | Purnell was a free agent in I acquired Purnell to the E,agles; I?64 when George Alien, now ' urday was the „, I for PlUliadelfiliif's fourlh round! coach of live Rams, si|iied Wm j coaches to pre-register for ihe / draft pick n'e«t season plus de-; to a Bear oontrgct. "He's a couching scliool. V— "— / fensive tickle Frank Maiden, jhjlier »'itli i eapitnl H," Allen 1 2,W already have John Maliory Uaid Friday. ' for the annual event. professional ijaset»al| 'pojtitract. The annual coaching school is scheduled in Dallas Aug. 3 7 and also will include an all-star basketball game. Association officials said Sat- final day for 4»§ PREFINISHEO SILYIRTONI PANELING Centrol Texas 7U Suits Sport Coats Dress Slacks Casual Pant (Lee Prest) Straw Hats Neckwear Sport Shirts Knit Shirts Shoes (disc, styles) Florsheim Dexter Huih Puppies WESTERN TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP GORGEOUS GEORGE JR. and BUDDY COLT Champions vs. MCK and JEKRV MAD DOG HARUY vs. THE LAWMAN RUFUS R. JONIS UIANT KJBGHQ ,RRY FUNK |Uut One Other ftlaleb Brownwood COLISEUM Coll Gtn. $2 IJ

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