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This association is offering an attractive return on your savings. Our current per annum rate of dividends is The longer you delay saving, the more difficult will it be for you to have an adequate sum on deposit for your retirement years. For over 69 years this association has sought to encourage thrift in this community. This association is now and always has been operated by local people- interested in you. THE WAY TO PLAN FOR THE FUTURE is to open a savings account here. You can deposit a lump sum and add to it at your convenience. Or, you can make a weekly or monthly deposit on a regular basis. WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT US. GREENSBIRG Building & Loan Association South Side Sq. Greensburg "A Home Thrift Institution for Over 69 Years" Today's Sport Parade— Palmer Out to He Is Not Over By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer LIGONIER, Pa.. (UPI) — Arnold Palmer, sounding exactly like one of those old Brooklyn Dodgers, thrusts his chin out and warns "wait till next year" should he fail to win this big one coming up. He isn't talking specifically about the PGA championship, which gets underway Thursday. He's talking about his golf game in general. At 35, Palmer's hearing and vision are still perfect. That means he isn't deaf to all the talk about him possibly being over the hill nor is he blind to the fact that those fickle, front- running galleryites are swinging more and more away from him and over toward golden boy Jack Nicklaus. Palmer hasn't won a tournament since early May and knows he's in one of the worst slumps of his career but he does not believe he's through. "I'd much rather think it has. just been a slow year for me. he said, thinking back to his goM troubles of the past few months. "I like to feel that I'm getting set for another year _ the one immediately ahead. "Whining the PGA means a whole lot to me. Especially because I've never won it and because I'm going to be playing this one in my own back yard. Not To Quit "I've played in five PGA Pressure on Arnie "Playing at Home" By LEO H. PETERSEN UPI Sports Writer LIGONIER, Pa., (UPI) — They call it the PGA golf Slow-Pitch Softball Scoring two runs in the last of the seventh inning on a home run by Bob Rust, Strasburger's Barber Shop squeezed by Herbert's Shell 9-7 Monday night to win undisputed first place in the American League and knock Herbert's out of a tie for the top spot in the National League. The Christian Church team beat the Methodist Church outfit 5-3 in the other tilt. The victory by the Strasburge crew set up a two-out-of-three playoff between them and Hill- Rom for the slow-pitch championship. Had Herbert's won Monday's game, the Shell aggregation and Hill-Rom v?ould have tied for the National League title and Strasburger's and Union Bank & Trust for the'American League crown. The first playoff contest between Hill-Rom and Strasburger's will be at 7:30 Wednesday. The second game, and if needed the third, will be played Thursday evening. The single-elimination tournament for all 16 local teams will get under way Friday and will be concluded next week. The schedule of regular season games will be completed with two tonight and the Bohn Aluminum-Knights of St. John Wednesday following the first playoff tilt. National League Standing W L Hill-Rom 14 1 Herbert's 13 2 Westport 10 5 Knights 9 5 Clarksburg 7 7 Smith Corp. 5 10 Crown Zellerbach 4 10 Christians 4 11 American League Standing W L Strasburger's 11 4 Union Bank 10 5 Bohn 8 6 BCA 7 7 Baptists 6 9 Delta 5 10 Jaycees 3 11 Methodists 1 14 The decisive affair between Strasburger's and Herbert's Shell saw the latter build a 6-0 lead in the first 3M> innings. However, the winning barber shop outfit plated two runs each in the fourth and fifth frames and, after the service station bunch had added a run in the top of the sixth, knotted the count 7-7 with three tallies in the bottom of the sixth on successive doubles by Porter, Rust and Bewley and a single by Strasburger. After the losers went down in order in the top of the seventh, Naylor led off the victors' half with a walk. The next two batters popped up but Rust then smacked his game-winning homer. The winners had 16 hits to the losers' 12. For Strasburger's, Bewley had three doubles and Hahn, Navarra, Rust and Strasburger two hits apiece. Knecht collected three safeties for Herbert's and Nieman, Hermesch and Meyer two each. Burkert was the winning pitcher and Worland the loser. In the other game, which was rather anti-climactic, the Christians scored three runs in the fourth round to break a 2-2 tie and went on to down the Methodists 5-3. The latter counted their other tally in the sixth. Both clubs had 10 hits with S. Brown and Hubbard getting a pah" for the winners and Jones and Ogden a brace for the losers. Buell pitched for the Christians and Ryle for the Methodists. championship but a better name for it would be the Arnold Palmer Open. This is Arnold Palmer country and although he is only one in a field of 172 golfers who will tee off Thursday, he is the only one you hear about. There are signs everywhere, urging "Go, Arnie, Go" and if you don't wear a button proclaiming "I'm One of Arnie's .Army" then you just aren't from this rustic section of the country known as "Palmer land." Arnie lives down the road a piece — in Latrobe — but the Laurel Valley layout here is his home course and the golfing fans of the area want the world to know it. Palmer has known it all along. He also knows that the only reason they are playing the PGA here — 50 miles from the Pittsburgh metropolitan area — is because it's Arnie's home grounds. Championship Course But the setting is the only thing "country" about it. The course is a championship one in every other respect. ""'It's tough, but fair," maintains Palmer, who has played 100 rounds on it. The best he has ever done is a four under par 67 over the 7,090-yard layout. Palmer appears as charged up over the tournament as his legion of fans. Although he dropped o u t of the Whitemarsh Open last week after shooting a disastrous second round, and has been criticized for it, Palmer admit:ed he had everything going for him this time — perhaps, even his putter. That's the club which has kept Arnie from the golfing success he is so used to thus far this year. "But I think I'm getting the feel back," Palmer said, adding that he didn't think there would be extra pressure on him because he is playing in his own backyard before his friends and neighbors. Palmer Likes Chances "I think my chances of winning this one are better than they have been for any other tournament I've played in this year," Palmer reasoned.. "I feel I'm driving much better and I'm feeling better about my putting. If I can start dropping a couple of long ones, I should do well. "After all, I'm at home, where I like to be and I know the course reasonably well." As if the home town pressure isn't enough, there is added pressure on Palmer in this one. It's the only major tournament he never has won and this is his sixth crack at it. He is 35 now and realizes if he doesn't add the PGA to his titles soon, it may be too late. "But I'm not thinking that way at all," Palmer insisted. "I'm thinking only in terms of winning this one." Few Win Four If he does, he will join Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen as the only golfers ever to win the four major pro championships — the U. S. Open, the 'British Open, the PGA and the Masters. Player, the current U. S. Open champion, and Hogan, who will be 53 on Friday, are among the golfers Palmer has to beat. But he figures his biggest problem wpl be Jack Nicklaus, who has won the last two tournaments, the $100,000 Thunderbird and the $125,000 Whitemarsh Open last Sunday. "Jack is playing wonderful golf and on this course — or any other course for that matter — you have to consider him as the man to beat," said Palmer. . championships before and I 'know this is my. best crack, but even if I don't win this time I'm not going to give up and quit. "If I don't win this one," continued the man who has won every other major golf title, "I'll start all over next year and give it a good go." The way Palmer spoke, it sounded as if he planned to store his clubs in the family closet for the rest of the year at the^conclus'ion of the PGA. He explained, however, he didn't mean it that way. Not quite. "What I do mean is that I'll play very little golf anymore this year after the PGA,"- he said. "I'D play only two or three more tournaments at the most." ' : Physically and mentally, Palmer never has felt any better than he does at the moment, according to him. He made that claim even though he withdrew after playing the first two rounds of the $125,000 Whitemarsh Open in Philadelphia last week because he was mentally fatigued. Some criticized him for withdrawing. Others sympathized with him because they knew of the many problems he had in view of the fact that the PGA championship was to be held on his "own" Laurel Valley course here and he was responsible for many pre-tournament arrangements. The criticism hurt him somewhat. Wasn't To Plaj "I told the Whitemarsh people I wasn't going to _~!ay in their tournament to begin with," he explained. "I did only because they asked me. I had a lot of things on my mind. I was worried about this stuff (meaning the PGA preparations.)" That's all behind him now, though, and all he has to do is concentrate on winning the PGA, a feat he has been unable to accomplish in five previous tries. "The conditions are near ideal for me," he confessed. "I'm at home and I'll be piping a course I know reasonably welL I think my Chances are good. Better than they have been any time this year." "If I don't win, though, it won't be the end. Like I say, I'll just start all over again next year and put this one completely out of my mind." "' Palmer has the determination to do it. Whether he still has all the shots, however, is another matter. Pro Teams Drop Three Hoosiers NEW YORK (UPI) — National Footall League officials announced today that three former Hoosier college players have been dropped from the rosters of N.F.L. teams within the past three days. They were back Dave Scheib of Indiana Central who was dropped by the Phipadelphia Eagles; safety Tom McDonald of Notre Dame who • was let loose by the San Francisco 49ers; and linebacker Rudy Kuechenberg of Indiana who was cut by the Dallas Cowboys. BIKE TIRES NYLON Speed Cushion Tires body provides extra protection against sidewalland impact damage. 225 E. Main St. PAGE 2 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Tuesday, Aug. 10,1965 Scoreboard (By United Press International) Major League Standings ] American League W. L. Pet. GB Minnesota 72 39 .649 .„.. Baltimore 63 46 .578 8 Cleveland 62 47 .569 9 Detroit : 59 49 .54611% Chicago 59 49 .546 11% New York 56 57 .496 17 Los Angeles 50 60 .455 21% Washington 48 64 .429 24% Boston' 40 68 .370 30% Kansas City 38 68 .358 31% Monday's Results Los Angeles 9 Cleveland 0, night (Only game scheduled) Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Washington at Chicago (night) —Daniels (5-11) vs. John (9-5) or Howard (4-6). Kansas City at, Detroit (night) —Talbo't (10-6) vs. Wickersham (5-9). Los Angeles at Cleveland (night)—Lopez (11-9) vs. Hargan (0-0). Minnesota at New- York (night)—Kaat (10:8) vs. Ford (13-8). . Baltimore at Boston (2, twi- night)—J. Miller (3-2) and Pappas (10-5) vs. Lonborg (6-13) and Monbouquette (8-12). Wednesday's Games Minnesota at New York, twilight Washington at Chicago. 2, twi- night Kansas City at Detroit, 2, twi- night Los Angeles at Cleveland, night Baltimore at Boston, night National League W. L; Pet. GB Los Angeles . 65 48 .575 San Francisco 61 46 .570 1 Milwaukee 61 48 .560 2 Cincinnati 62 49 .559 2 Philadelphia 58 53 .523 6 Pittsburgh 59 55 .518 6% St. Louis 55 56 .495 9 Chicago 55 60 .478 11 Houston 47 64 .423 17 New York 34 78 .304 30% Monday's Results Houston 8 Philadelphia 0, night (Only game scheduled) Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Chicago at Cincinnati (night) —Ellsworth (12-8) vs. Nuxhall (8-3). St. Louis at Milwaukee (night)—Gibson (14-8) vs. Cloninger (15-8). Philadelphia at Houston (night) — Bunning (13-7) vs. Bruce '(7-14). New York at Los Angeles (night) — Jackson 15-15) vs. Koufax (19-4). Pittsburgh 'at San Francisco— CardweU (10-5) vs. ' Marichal (17-8). Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco St. Louis at Milwaukee, night Chicago at Cincinnati, night Philadelphia at Houston, night New York at Los Angeles, night Pacific Coast League Eastern Division W.L. Pct.G.B. Oklahoma City 7540 1654 ...'..; Denver 6749 .578 8% San Diego 57 63 .475 20% Indianapolis 5363 .457 22% Arkansas 5067 .427 26 Salt Lake City 44 73 .376 32 Western Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Portland 6652 .'559 '.!.'... Taooma 6354 .538 2% Vancouver €154 .530 3% Seattle 6055 .522 4% Hawaii 5958 .504 7% Spokane 4673 .387 20% Monday's Results San Diego 5 Denver 3 (1st) San Diego 6 Denver 4 (2nd) Hawaii 6 Arkansas 0 Oklahoma City-3 Sait Lake 1 Vancouver 9 'Portland 1 Indianapolis 8 Spokane 5 Tacoma 6 Seattle 3 Tuesday'* Games' Hawaii at Arkansas Salt Lake at. Oklahoma City Sail Diego at Denver Vancouver at. Portland Indianapolis at Spokane Seattle at Tacoma Steal Uniforms .INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — There are a great many rules in football, but the Scecina Memorial High School squad is wishing there was one more — against stealing uniforms. Thieves broke into the school Monday and stole 30 uniform jerseys and other athletic equipment from a storage room. The school's assistant principal, Rev. Joseph McGinley said there was no estimate of the loss. Police believed the thieves entered the building by breaking a window. Mrs. Haskamp Wins $200 for 244 Game Mrs. Ethel Haskamp, local bowler who finished last season with a 170 average and is carrying a 181 average in summer league play, had the second highest single game bovyled by a woman in a singles tournament at Hoinke Lanes, Cincinnati, which attracted 8,627 entries. She received $200 for her 244 game. A woman from Jeffersonville nosed her out for the $300 first prize in this category on the last night of- the tourney. Mrs. Haskamp's games were 244, 198, 147, 194 and 168 for a total of 951 actual and she had a handicap of 105 for the five games, which gave her third highest 'woman's score with handicap against some of the top woman bowlers in~the' Midwest. She also received $39 for a 365th place tie in actual score and $14 for having the high game on her squad. Reds Join Project To Benefit Stokes " CINCINNATI (UPI) — Members of the Cincinnati Reds base- baE team and the Cincinnati Royals basketball team join forces today in a project to raise money for former Royals' star Maurice Stokes, who- has been paralyzed by a form of encephalitis for the. past several years. The players will sell booklets featuring National Basketball Association all-stars at a chain of 13 drive-in restaurants in Greater Cincinnati. Haunts By LEONARD A. GRANATO UPI ''Sports Writer Robin Roberts; the former whiz.kid, isn't a "was" kid after all. , * But for a while there, the only ones who realized it were the big right -'handed pitcher 'arid the Houston Astros, who were smart enough, to sign him Friday after the Baltimore Orioles of the American League had cut him loose. Roberts, the ace of the Philadelphia Phillies' mound staff for a decade, went the route Monday night to shut out his former team 8-0 on only four hits. . ' -•-.-• In the only other major league action' Dean" Chance of the Los Angeles Angels two-hit the Cleveland Indians and beat them 9-0, Once Phils Mainstay "Tonight was one of those nights where "everything went my way," the exultant Roberts said. He's had nights like these before, especially as the" mainstay of the Phillie pitching staff when "the 1950 version — the Whiz Kids — won "the National League pennant in the last game of the season against the Dodgers. 'TVIy fast ball and curve and Changeup were all 'working for me," the 38-year-6l<i former fireballer said. "It was quite a thrill for me. We got plenty of runs, and I had nice stuff. It's really a nice feelinng." The Phillies dealt Roberts to the New York Yankees in 1961. The Yanks took a look at him and promptly shuffled him to Baltimore. This season the Orioles intended to use Roberts as a reliever, and the right-hander wasn't having any. He asked out. Promised Starting Role Baltimore put him on the block and the Astros 'signed him as a free agent. They promised to start him. They renewed the promise after his Monday performance. Making his , first appearance in four years against a National League team, Roberts was imasterful in, the a tioned domed 1 stadium. Pitchers like the dome because it shuts out the heat and humidity. -, $5ut I don't believe Iwill have any trouble outside # ftop dome, either — I feel good,' Roberts said. . '. r The Astros scored four Tuns in the first inning to wrap it,up. Lou Burdette, gave up 'singles to Joe Morgan, Bob Aspromoh- te, Joe Gaines and'Ron Brand- The hits were aided by a hit batsman and an error. , Gets Tliree Hits ! Tony Gonzalez bad three of the Phillies hits, a double "and, two^singles. Burdette lost his fifth deci-. sion against two victories. This made Roberts' record 1-0 in the NL to go with his -5-7 Al,'record. Chance's brilliant performance was reminiscent of last season when the strong .right- hander won 20 games for the fifth-place Angels, leading both leagues in shutouts with 11 and 'in the earned run average department with 1.65- He won the Cy Young Memorial Award as the outstanding pitcher in the majors. The Angel nurler evened his record at 8-8. He walked only two 'and struck out 10 Indians. After loser Sam McDowell had given up two runs in eacS of the third, fourth and fifth innings, Joe Koppe, Joe Adcock and Willie Smith all homered off the third Cleveland pitcher, Lee Stange. BRITISH ROCK Gibraltar has belonged to the British since 1704. Having sold farm, the undersigned will sell at public auction, 8 miles south of Greensburg, 2 miles, east of Letts, then % mile north, follow arrows. 7 miles northwest of Millhousen, on FINE WOOD MOVABLE SHUTTERS Throughout Your .Home For As Little As 69c For 6"xl6" Size Four movable wood panel shutters, similar to those shown above, to fit the average size bathroom or kitchen window, costs less than $9.50, including hardware. Call us for a free estimate. 314 W. MAIN PHONE 662-8361 FRIDAY, AUGUST 20 At 10:00 a. m. CATTLE—5 registered Angus cows, 3 with calves by side. 3 cows were purchased from Stewart herd. Eulinia, Eileenmere and Bardoliermere breeding. 14 Hereford cows with calves; 2 Hereford heifers, feeders; Cattle Bangs tested. • FARM EQUIPMENT—1961 Oliver 770 tractor ,power drive; 2-row cultivators; 3-bottom Oliver plow; cover board and hydraulic 10 ft. Oliver wheel disc, and wheel weights; 1961 Oliver 550 tractor with wheel weights; Oliver scoop for 550; 2-bottom mounted plow; 2-row corn planter, Oliver mounted; 1963 model 73, Oliver pull type corn picker, 2-row and just like neW; 1963 New Holland manure spreader, like new; 7 ft. Oliver mower; power drive ! for corn drags; 42 ft. elevator -with motor, like new; flat bed wagon; steel wheel corn wagon; 2 wagon box beds; 2 Ottowa flat bed wagons, like new-with side boards and "corn power drags; Oliver 12 disc wheat drill and 10 ft. drag. This is a good offering of equipment. If you need farm equipment don't miss this sale. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—2-piece living room suite; 2-piece maple bedroom suite; 2 end tables; 2 coffee tables; Heart Ease chair; arm chair; 2 magazine racks; hall rack; 2 metal base cabinets, formica tops; 5-piece dinette set; high chair; 6 dining room chairs; Victrola; radio; 2 double size mattresses; % size mattress; 6 gas heaters; Baby Tenda; pair of vanity lamps; curtain .stretchers; 18 cubic foot home freezer; child's chair; electric brooder stove, without bulbs ; picture frames; U. S. Navy hammock; 4 pair metal seats and backs for chairs; 2 window screens; books; box quilt pieces and thread; curtains; curtain rods; throw rugs; pressure cooker; 2 •comforters; 2 blankets, sheet; table cloths; few dishes; china coffee pot, drip type; 5 wall plaques, plaster painted and 2 wall plaques; 1 range hood and back; bed pan; wash board; paint; cooking utensils; crocheted vanity sets; knick knacks; sheet music for electric guitar; egg,buckets. ANTIQUES—Marble top dresser; bureau; bed; wash stand; steamer trunk; dresser; rocker, cane back and seat; 2 wooden rockers; bench; flower stand; 2 square stands; bedside table; lantern; jugs; 6 crockery jars; butter churn; butter mold; metal safe; wooden safe; coal oil stove; kraut cutter. MISCELLANEOUS—Portable air compressor; Paige fence stretchers; hog ringing box; 3 hog feeders; new Pam Lime cattle oiler; large amount log chain; large amount of lumber; wire fencing; fence posts; 200 ft. 1 inch pipe; angle iron; 2 feed tanks; oil barrels; 2 electric fence chargers; pitch forks; shovels; post hole diggers; spades; extension cords; chicken feeders; chicken nests, 2 metal; hog houses; heat lamps; new Skilsaw; bolts; box- end wrenches; V4-inch drill; Vz-inch drill; 2 scythes; gas brooder stove; 2 steel tanks; 16 ft. ladder; step ladder and one coal oil stove. TRUCK—1950 Chevrolet truck,_l ton, with grain bed and stock racks. . , HAY AND STRAW—800 bales hay and 250 bales straw. CHICKENS—150 White Rock hens in production. <-' TERMS-CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. F.WAYNE PLEAK Lewis Beesley, auctioneer. Ralph Williams, clerk - Lunch will be served by the ADA Sorority-of-Gfeensburg '

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