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14 8** »iut Friday. June 6. 1969 --Meet Cards Again Tonight- Astros 6 Wynn' Behind Joe, Jim By FRED HARTMAN HOUSTON (Sp) — If you want to be poetic about it you could say: Morgan and Wynn Are scoring again. And that means nothing but victory for the Houston Astros. The best they can do is hope (or a repetition of their heavy hitting and scoring in game No. 2 of the St. Louis Cardinal series at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Don Wilson opposes Nelson Briles. Both Joe Morgan and Jim Wynn scored four runs apiece Friday night to make it easy for Houston to defeat the 1968 National League champions, 11 to G. Little Joe had one of the biggest games of his career, getting a home run, a walk and three singles for a perfect night at the plate. The only other Astro to have a perfect night was Danny Coombs who was brought on in the fourth to dispose of one man, Lou Brock. Danny forced Brock to ground out, and Coombs'" day's work was over. Both teams used five pitchers with Dooley Womack finally gelling the win for the Astros and Jack Billingharn, who had lo bail out Fred Gladding in the ninth, getting the save. The Astros didn't put the game away until the eighth when they blasted both Joe Hoerner and Ron Willis for four hits and four runs. John Edwards' timely double, after singles by Morgan, Jets' Namalh Ends Career In Pro Bail NEW YORK (AP) — Joe Na- math, the New Yrok Jets' Super Bowl hero, said today he is retiring reluctantly from football. He indicated the move came because of pressure from Pete Kozelle, commissioner of the National Football League, to dispose of his restaurant interest. The former University of Alabama quarterback from Beaver Falls, Pa., who signed a J400,000 contract lo turn pro in 1965, was in and out of hot water during his turbulent career. Wynn and Denis Menke, was the ig hit of the inning. St. Louis rallied for a run in the ninth, but the 20,471 cash customers, plus enough kids to make the total crowd 24.M1, sat through the three hour a«d five minute struggle and were not to x denied. The teams bounced back and 'orth into the lead like two evenly-matched basketball .earns through the first five nn'mgs. The Astros started out as if they meant business in the first nning with Norm Miller's double driving in Joe Morgan and Jim Wynn. The Cardinals picked up a run n the third on a two-out double by Lou Brock and Curt Flood's single that Doug Kader should lave handled. In the fourth the Cardinals looked the part of champions on Joe Torre's triple, a home run by Mike Shannon and a hit and run single by Dal Maxvill that scored Jilian Javier from first. The rally sent St. Louis out in front by lo 2 and sent Jim Ray to the showers. Dooley Womack pitched well for Houston in relief of Coombs, and the Astros came back in the fifth to ahead, 5 to 4. Womack exited in the seventh. Morgan opened with a single and after walks to Wynn and Miller, Morgan scored for a second time on Denis Menke's fly and Jesus Alou grounded a single through the Wield to score Wynn and Miller. Morgan lined a home run into the right field to add to the lead in the sixth. Successive singles by Wynn nd Miiler sent Dei;nis Ribant to Giants And Pirates Take Victories In Teen League ST, LOUIS pinion rl ob r n bl ob r h bl 5 I » 0 aidarv In S 0 0 6 4011 (Ajrmn 3b X 4 < 1 Whit* ph Ton* »b MCarvcr c J^unnor 3b Jnvler 2b Q 0 Q 0 Me T o 1 1 Ro 5220 Ed 4017 er 3b ards < II 4111 JROV 3 1 0 & Coomb* J 0 I 1 Martlnei 1000 Womacx 0000 Cuinn n 1000 G'oCdiig 0000 Bltllrwhn 0000 M I 0 1000 a 0000 Dh I 0 0 & D 1 0 0 "l 0000 D ? o o o D 0000 SI. Loult Houston ..got Joe oii — s „ 7_0 t « 1 5_? «_?.—" ~\TOB^5I Louis S. notion 10. JB~— M MIHer. Brock, WcCorvef, Ed'^ortfj, 3B —To/re. MR—Shannon I*), MafODn (E). bB—Brack, /Aaroan, Menke. 5—Tofrll. Torrfr Ribanl Hccrotr V/.tlll J.WOV fU.IO) If H B u*n lotl iddtno , J-3 I ;' W ^ ,023 6 1-3 0 .',00 • 2 ,o o V<P—Willis. A—50.471. his bath. He had relieved starter Mike Torrei in the fifth. The magic returned to Menke's bat, and his line single scored Wynn for the third time. Womack weakened in the seventh and walked Maxvill and tossed a ball to pinch hitter Vic DavalUlo, late of the American League, before Skip Guinn came on. He finished walking Oavalilio and struck out Brock before being relieved in favor of Fred Gladding. The Flinlrock from FLatrock greeted Flood with a fooler that caused Curt to force Davalillo on what should have been a double play. Vada Ptnson's weak Lap to Blsfary turned off the lights for the Cardinals. Little League Roundup-Orioles Nip Chargers, 4-3 The Orioles managed single uns in four frames in the West ,eague Thursday night to ivercome the Chargers, 4-3. The Orioles got their tallies in the first, second, third and fifth rames to take the win, while the Chargers could get only a pair of runs in the first inning and a ingle score in the fourth frame. Mike Davis took the win for the Orioles, striking out five and walking four as he allowed two hits. Mike Sobotik was credited with the loss for the Chargers as ic walked two and struck out beven while giving-up five hits. Mickey Masterson had a hot night at the plate for the Chargers, hitting safely three times in four chances. In the second game it was the Pirates outscoring the Raiders, 7-6. The Pirates got a run in the first frame, two in the second, and rallied for four in the third to get the victory. The Raiders got a pair in the second, one in the fourth and a three-run fifth burst fell short. Bert Warren was the winning Pirate hurler as he struck out three and allowed three hits, while Scott Guy took the loss in striking out nine and giving-up five hits. Mike Newton had a perfect two for two night at the plate to pace all hitters. In the Central League the Phillies downed the Sports, 7-2, and the Lions whipped the Braves, 6-3. The Phillies rode the arm of pitcher Keith Bigler for the win as Bigler struck out eight and allowed only three hits in six innings as he walked none. Zester Bowers took the loss for the Sports, and Danny Russell was the leading hitter with a perfect three for three ma_rk. The Giants slipped past the Cubs, 3-0, in the first game Thursday night in Junior Teen action at the Robert E. Lee field. The Giants used a single run in the third frame and two runs in the sixth inning to ice the Giants. Randy Riley was the winning Giant hurler. Riley worked the ntire game, walking two and striking out five as he gave-up five hits. The loser was Kevin Ellis, but the performance by Ellis was a fine one. He slruck out 11 Giants in the six innings he worked and allowed only four hits while walking two. Ellis and Jack Hall were the game's leading hitters with two hits apiece in three trips to the plate. In the second game the Pirates took just four innings to dispose of the Braves, 10-0. This one ended with the 10-run rule. It was eight walks and a load of throwing errors that lead to the Brave downfall as the Pirates consistently capitalized on numerous Brave miscues to run- up the score. David Bradford hurled a fine one-hitter in the four frames to chalk-up the win for the pirates. Bradford struck out seven men and walked not a single Brave in collecting the victory. David Lemley absorbed the loss for the Braves as he struck out three, walked eight and allowed five hits in the three innings he worked. Dwight Hooks came on in relief in the fourth frame. Earnest Holloway was the nights leading hitter with one hit in one trip to the plate, and Holloway also scored three runs for the Pirates. itmiiiiHiimiiiimuiiiiiiiiiitimiuiiuiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiia League Standings | By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 35 16 25 25 24 18 Chicago .. New York Pittsburgh St. Louis . Phila'phia Montreal . 23 25 27 28 35 8V4 9 '/z 11 14 Vi 21 Vi Ladies Tourney At Goose Creek Sel For June 26 The Goose Creek Country Club Ladies Golf Tournament set for Thursday had to be rescheduled because of the Wednesday rains, so some 60 lady golfers will have to wait until June 28 to test their skills. Mrs. Janie Higginbotham, coordinator of the tourney, said that a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start will be used June 26. As for the Father-Son tourney set for Sunday at Goose Creek, golf pro Jim Connally said that a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start would be used, and that trophies would be awarded for the first, second and third place teams. A buffet for all participants will be held [immediately after the tour! nament. .686 .521 .500 .471 .391 11 33 .239 West Division Atlanta .... 29 19 .604 — Los Angeles 28 21 .571 IVi Cincinnati .. 26 20 .565 2 San Fran. ...26 23 .531 3% Houston .... 25 29 .463 7 San Diego .. 24 30 .444 8 Thursday's Results Houston II, St. Louis 6 Only game scheduled Saturday's Games Cincinnati at Chicago Pittsburgh at Atlanta New York at San Diego, N St. Louis at Houston, N Montreal at Los Angeles, N Philadelphia at San Francisco Sunday's Games Cincinnati at Chicago Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 2 St. Louis at Houston Montreal at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Francisco New York at San Diego American League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore Boston Detroit ... Wash'n. .. New York Cleveland 37 31 26 27 24 14 15 18 21 28 28 31 .706 .646 .543 .481 .471 .311 4% li was Bobby Guenther that took the win for the Lions in the second game, striking out two and allowing four hits, and Johnny Spain struck out an amazing 13 batters in his losing effort as he allowed only three hits walked seven. Richard Salinas was the leading hitter with two hits in four times at the plate. In East league action it was a low-scoring night as the Oilers beat the Texans, 3-1, and the Cardinals whipped the Tigers, 10. A two-run Oiler fifth frame insured the win, as Tim Bielamowicz gained the win as he struck out five and allowed only two hits. Kyle Schultz took the loss while striking out six and allowing two hits also. Bielamowicz went one for one to lead hitters, and Wyman Norton, had a homer for the'Oilers. j A pitchers duel between David Jackson and Lee Murphy of the Cardinals and Mark Conai- dine and Jim Callam of the Tigers held down the scoring and ended with the Cardinals in a 1-0 win in the second game. Callam, the loser, struck out six and walked two while allowing two hits, C'onsidine whiffed five and walked two, and Murphy took the win as he struck out two and gave-up two hits. Mark Wade and Callam were the game's leading hitters with two hits in three trips to the plate. JOE MORGAN, who played a big role as (he Houston Astra thumped the St. Louis Cardl •als H-t Thursday BigM, dives back U> first base dariag first tuing action in the crowd- pleaslng game. Joe Torre Is the Cardinal first basemaa. Morgan had three singles and a borne run In four official trips. He also drew a walk. (UPI Telephoto) Majestic Prince Shooting For Triple Crown Victory NEW YORK (AP) — The Test of The Champion is what they call it. Now it's up to Majestic 13 West Division Minnesota ..28 20 .583 Oakland .... 25 22 .532 Chicago .... 21 23 .477 Seattle 22 26 .458 Kansas City 22 28 .440 California ..16 31 .340 2% 5 6 6V4 11 >/* Thursday's Results No games scheduled Saturday's (James Washington at Minnesota Seattle at Baltimore, N Oakland at Detroit Chicago at New York California at Cleveland Kansas City at Boston Sunday's Games Sealtle at Baltimore California at Cleveland, 2 Kansas City at Boston Chicago at New York, 2 Oakland at Detroit Washington at Minnesota Youngsters Can Register Now For Junior Olympics All youngsters who want to participate in Junior Olympics track this summer can sign up at either the Robert E. Lee or Sterling tracks. Teams work out from 4:30 to 6 p.m. daily, Sterling Coach Drew Dunlap said, and anyone (both boys and girls) can sign up at any time. Gene Bosse heads the program at REL. The two Teams combine for each of the track meets, the first of which is Tuesday at Delmar Stadium in Houston. Prince to pass it. The test is Saturday's 101st running of the IVfe-mile Belmont Stakes, and front-and-center will be the Prince, the penny- colored colt who is admired by horsemen and loved by letter- writing little girls. Frank McMahon's unbeaten colt has the Roses and the Black-Eyed Susans and now he's shooting for the Carnations. If he gets them, he'll be racing's ninth Triple Crown champion and Kentucky the first Derby, to win the Preakness Stakes and Belmont since Citation in 1948. Out to stop him will be five other 3-year-olds—Rokeby Stable's tough little Arts and Letters, runnerup in the Derby and Preakness; Claiborne Farm's stretch-running Dike, third in the Derby; Osmer S. Deming's Rooney's Shield; George Wal- lace's Prime Fool and King Ranch's Distray. Each will carry 126 pounds. They'll leave the gate in the J125,000-added, classic at 4:37 p.m., CDT. The race will be televised from 4 p.m.-5 p.m. by CBS. "The Belmont is a great race because it's one with few excuses," said Eddie Arcaro, the former jockey great who rode six Belmont winners. '''"he fields are generally small and select, and the distance offers every chance for the horses to relax and run true." Rent A Car Sarvic* Courtesy of COURTESY FORD in-tin SOWING STROKES by Frank Beard 15-Sand and Wind • • • SUM-TEX DISCOUNT STORES Specials Good Fri., Sat., June 6-7 z o l/> o fH O _1 & o. </> J. W. DANT 100 Proof *<*?9 O 5th. SMIRNOFF VODKA M Proof *^79 3 5th. SUNNY BROOK W PrMf TV OLD FORESTER 86 Proof $ 4 49 sth. JIM BEAM M Proof >^99 3 5th. MATUES WINE SpirmJ *O89 £, 5th. BALLAOTINE SCOTCH M.8 Proof $C59 9 5th. SEAGRAM «tv;i M Proof $O99 O 5th. DANT GIN M Proof $ 2"^. EVAN WILLIAMS M Proof $O69 4 5th. QIDE BOURBON M Proof $^29. $ Sth. MX BOB < Pack, Hot 99* | SHOP AND COMPARE • LOW PRICES 3309 MAftKET—4015 1AYWAY DR.—508 W. 2 N. MAIN—I 2749 MARKET MAIN Two of the tougher shots in golf from a psychological standpoint are the long irons into the teeth of a wind and the common, everyday sand shot. For me, the sand shot is tougher. Frankly, I'm not a very good sand player. We all have our weaknesses in our games and mine is in the sand. I doubt that I'm alone. I'm going through a mental rearrangement now. A year or so ago, I felt like 1 had to get the ball close to the pin from a bunker be- I cause everyone else was doing it. As a result, I pressed —I got tense and I tried to execute a shot I could not execute. The results were disastrous. So I had to go back and reassess the over-all picture. We're all human. We can do some things well and other things only fairly well. If I was having trouble with my bunker shots, Joe Blow was having trouble with his putter. H evens out. Since I realized this, I have tried not to expect good results from sand shots. Right now, I'm just working on trying to get the ball out and in the general vicinity of a good shot—which I consider within five feet of the cup. Now I'm working on 10 feet and under and I'm I much more relaxed because WHY b David Hemmings and Samantha Eggars behind the Foster Grants? Here's His Secret: YOU Can Get Behind a Pair of Foster Grant Sun Glasses Yourself! They're the "Sun Glasses of the Stars" FREE NOW! CHARLIE CASTLEBERRY. SERVICE MANAGER OF COURTESY FORD, SAYS: Charlie Ca.tleberry Come in now during June — hove your car tuned up for summertime driving and choose your pair of Foster Grants, "The SUN GLASSES OF THE STARS." Check the below specials, get a pair with any of the specials. (Limit one pair per customer.) I can put it 10 feet and under. It's still not a good shot, but it's better than I was doing when I was trying to put it a foot from the hole. Your first inclination on a long-iron shot into the wind is to grunt, groan and smash it. If you can, forget the wind. Poof, it's gone. Now, swing smoothly and let the club do the work. The loft of the club will keep the ball down and the results will be more consistent. (Nvwtpcptt Inltrptitt Ann.) FRONT END ALIGNMENT Align wheels. Check it«er- Ing adjustment and front wheel bearings. Adjust toe-in, caster and camber. Road test, NOW 95 Truck I r Cars and Trucks. ENGINE TUNE-UP SPECIAL Adjust ignition timing and carburetor idle. Check spark plugs, points and air filter. Install new Autolite parts if necessary (parts extra). 6cyl. 8cyl. $ 9 11 95 For passenger cars •nd light trucks. WHEEL BALANCE AND TIRE ROTATION For Smoother Handling and Longer Tire Life! Cross-Switch all five tires (including spare). Electronically balance wheels. Inspect wheel bearings bearings and ball joints. ONLY $4488 11 Pa.ssenter Can and Light Trucks. SERVICE AIR CONDITIONING Check Freon Check belt Check Oil In Compressor Check Air Cond. Hoses ONLY 7 Freon Extra. FREE Vaeofiontime Safety Ch eck wrtti Every Tune-up! GET YOUR CAR READY FOR SUMMER DRIVING! Don't Risk ... Your Life .., Time Lost... Inconve nience Costly Emergency Repairs on the Road. COURTESY FORD 622 W. TEXAS AYE. OF BAYTOWN INC. PH. 422-8121

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