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Major American League fhir.! By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer Johnny Bench, who started the season as something of a question mark because of lung surgery last year and is hilling hit homer No. 12 only .236, Tuesday night stralcd for and it demon* disbelievers i i t t i V any who might still be around why he is considered such a great player. The drive was a three-run homer off reliever Phil Hennigan climaxing a four-run, 1 Oth- inning rally which enabled the Reds to defeat the New York Mets, 6-5. The Mets apparently had clinched the same when 1^ * t r : they scored three runs to take a 5-2 lead in the top of the 10th. "I don't cafe if Johnny Bench is (only) hitting .138," said Manager Sparky Anderson of the Cincinnati Reds. "He's the man we want at the plate when there's a game to be won." St. Louis Cardinals defeated San Diego, 5-3, San Francisco beat Pittsburgh, 3-2, Los Angeles clubbed Chicago, 104; Philadelphia blanked Houston, 4-0, and Montreal scored a 7-0 ll-inning victory over Atlanta in the other NL games. American League scores were Baltimore 7 Chicago 4, Boston 9 Kansas City 2, New York 8 Texas 8, Detroit 5 California 2 and Milwaukee 5 Oakland 4. Minnesota at Cleveland was rained out. Duffy Dyer's bases-filled triple off Don Gnllett, on which Tolan missed a shoestring catch, gave the Mets their 5-2 lead in the 10th but Bobby Tug didn't McGraw and Hennigan batter In the retire a Cincinnati half of the inning. Gullett received credit for the the most victory although effective Cincinnati pitcher in the game was Ross Grlmslcy, who allowed two runs in the first five innings. The Cardinals scored their victory when Jose Crux* two- run triple broke a 2-2 tie with San Diego in the eighth inning. Cruz scored the third run of the inning on a wild pitch by Bill Grelf who suffered his sixth loss. Jawy Morales hit a two- run homer fttf the Padres. Ed Goodsdn's second run* scoring double of the game snapped a 2-2 tie in the seventh and paved the way for Ron Bryant to win his ninth game for the Giants with the relief help of Randy Moffitt. Goodson had given the Giants a 2-0 lead in the second with a double that scored Tito Fuentes following Bobby Bonds* 13th homer. Manny Sanguillen hit a two-run double for the Pirates. Ron Cey's three-run homer capped a four-run first inning and the Dodgers breezed to their victory at Chicago. Claude Osteon went 6 2-3 innings for his sixth win while Ferguson Jenkins, tagged for six runs and nine hits in seven innings, was dealt his fourth loss against six wins. Larry Bowa went 4-for-4, scored three runs and stole two bases While Wayne Twitchell pitched a seven-hitter for his fourth victory for the Phillies. Jerry Reuss suffered hi? fourth defeat against six victories for the Astros. Ron Fairly homered with two out in the 11th inning to bring the Expos their win over the Mike Marshall went five innings for the his sixth game ob East Braves, the last Expos to I. pet. g.b. Detroit 28 22 .560 ltt New York 27 24 .529 ltt Baltimore 23 22 ,511 2% Milwaukee 24 26 AM 4 Boston 23 25 .47!) 4 Cleveland 20 30 .400 8 West 1. pet. Chicago 27 10 .587 Minnesota 26 21 . 553 Kansas City 30 25 .545 VA California 25 23 .521 3 Oakland 2f> 27 .491. Texas 16 31 .340 11V4 > Nattoiifll League Chicago Pittsburgh Montreal St. Louis New York Philadelphia East .11 21 23 23 pet ,606 .600 g.b. 5 22 23 .480 win four defeats. 1 Whit 1 against Bailey and Ken Singleton,also homered for the Expos while Ralph Garr connected for the Romanian r r lj 4 - By FRED McMANE UPI Sports- Writer Chicago White Sox ace kftdfcklebaH pitcher Wilbur VlftO'd miade his 17th start of the ymtr and absorbed his fifth loss Tuesday night. The Baltimore Orioles touched him for eight hjtfs;.' including a titanic three- run/homer by Boog Powell, and seven runs in 7 2-3 innings, for the'7-4 victory. Lowell or edited luck rather than* lack oif stuff on Wood's pdCfc r far his blast. ] baseman, whose fifth-inning homer landed 30 rows deep in jthe rightfieJd bleachers. "With a knuickleballer like Wood all I can do is look in a certain area for the ball and just hope that I hit it. I think he can pitch forever.' Tommy Da/vis h)aid a key two- run single in the eighth inning for the Orioles. Actually, Wood was leading the Orioles. 4-3, entering the eighth when he was chased by a four-run rally.- Davis* two-run The White Sox had built their lead on a two-run homer by his 13th of the Dick Allen, and season, Eddie Leon. In / other.. New games, Texas, Kansas a solo shot by American League defeated York 8-6, Boston clubbed Detroit City, 9-2, downed California, 5-2, and Milwaukee edged Oakland, 5-4. Minnesota at Cleveland was postponed by rain. Los Angeles routed Chicago, 10-1, "Cincinnati edged New 10 Diego, 5-3, and iPhiladelphia blanked Houston, 4-0, in National League action. The Yankees got home runs from designated hfttter Jim Ray Hart and Roy White to defeat the Riangers. Hart's homer was three-mn blast, in the fifth two-run which a while White's wias a shot in «he seventh snapped a 5-5 tie. four York, . 6-5, in innings, "You've got to be lucky to hitlsimgle with the bases-loaded the., ball .as far as I did off and ia steal of home by Bobby (Montreal nipiped Atlanta, 7-6, in hjrfti" said the big first Gridi highlighted the rally. 11 innings, St. Louis beat San Carlton Fisk drove in runs with a double and his 11th homer, as the Red Sox routed needed to notch his fifth victory in a route-going performance. Ed Brintoan homered and Big Winner In Tourney PARIS (UPI) Hie Nastase doubled to drive in two runs in R oman j a > s once-tempestous ten- the Tigers' triumph over the ^ s acfe . i s • controlling his game Angels. Jim Perry worked 5 2-3 md , his tem per as never before, innings to receive credit for his jj e « . « «. — puts it down simply to seventh victory. Frank Robin- marr i age , son hit his 531st career homer The for California. "new" the the Royals. Fisk's homer was a three-run blast in the first inning and all Marty Pattih I of the season for the A's. Nastase won « **'•/* A- twice-postponed men's singles Don Money lined his fourth at the French Open champion- homer of the season leading off sh i ps Tuesday with a 6-3, 6-3, 60, victory against Nikki Pilic of straight Yugoslavia to cap a tournament victory. Ollie Brown had a two- dudng which he did not drop a the ninth inning to give the Brewers their fifth run homer for the Brewers while Gene Tenace hit his llth r 4 • * _ aampag ontinue Cards Move <$T. LOUIS (UPI) - The St. Louis Cardinals moved into fourth place in the National East with a 5-3 win Padres League ovif • the San - A. \ - a Diego Tuesday night. ' The Cardinals needed a two- out triple by Jose Cruz in the eighth inning to break a 2-2 tie. CHrt' drive to the rightfield wall scored Ted Simmons and Tim McCarver. Cruz, who ended up^with two hits and three RBIs, then came around to scoi 4 6 on a wild pitch by losing pitcher Bill Greif. 'After the Cards took a 2-0 lead on single runs in the sec- i rorr ond and third inning, the Padres tied the score on a two - run, seventh - inning home by Jerry Morales. Alan Foster started for the • M Cardinals but needed help from Diego Segui after he walked two batters in the bottom of the eighth. Segui struck out Ivan Murrell to retire the side and set up the Cardinals' eighth inning rally. With two out in the ninth, Hernandez tripled and scored on a single by Johnny Grubb. Segui got the side out, however, and picked up his second win in four decisions. single set. "I think marriage has helped said the mop-haired officer, who Tuesday's Results Minn at Cleve, ppd., rain New York 8 Texas 6 Baltimore 7 Chicago 4 Boston 9 Kansas City 2 Detroit 5 California 2 Milwaukee 5 Oakland 4 Today's Probable Pitchers (All times EDT) Minnesota (Kaat 6-3 and Decker 0-0) a t Cleveland (Tidrow 4-6 and Lamb 2-2), 2, 1 p.m. Kansas City (Spiittar/f 8-3) at Boston (Lee 5-2), 1:30 p.m. Milwaukee (Slaton 2-4) at Oaikland (Hunter 6-3), 11 p.m. Detroit (Coleman 10-3) at California (Singer 9-2), 11 p.m. New York (Kline 3-5) at Texas (Merritt 0-0), 8:30 p.m. Chicago (Fisher 5-3) at Baltimore (Alexander 4-1), 7:30 p.m. 23 25 22 26 20 31 West w. 1. .47!) 8% m 7 .392 10% g.b. San Francisco 37 32 Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Diog ( o 20 21. 30 23 30 20 18 33 pel. .649 .604 3 .566 .530 5 ft to .353 16 19 35 .352 J6 l / 2 Tuesday's Results Los Angeles 10 Chicago 1 Montreal 7 Atlanta 6, .11 inns San Francisco 3 Pittsburgh 2 Cinci 6 New York 5, .10 inns Philadelphia 4 Houston 0 St. Louis 5 San Diego 3 Today's Probable Pitchers (All Times EDT) Los Angeles (Sutton 7-3) at Chicago (Hooton 5-3), 2:30 p.m. Atlanta (Niekro 3-2) at Montreal (Torre 3-5), 8 p.m. San Francisco (Marichal 6-4) at' Pittsburgh (Blass 3-3), 8 p.m. San Diego (Kirby 2-5) at St. Louis (Gibson 3-6), 9 p.m. (Philadelphia (Ruthven 1-4) at Houston (Dierker 0-0), 8:30 p.m. (Only games scheduled) Major League Leaders Has Trouble Chicago Contest Is Turned my game, Romanian late Into 10-1 Victory by Dodgers By GENE BLUDEAU CHICAGO (UPI) Enzo preview of this fall's National League playoffs, a triumph for Buddhism, or just another ball game? Under discussion was Tuesday's 10-1 laugher for the Los Angeles Dodgers over the Chicago their respective divisions. v r» ft fir easue Box Scores Lt>s Angeles 1 Bucten'r 5 Davis 5 Fer&Vn 4 GEa'ford 4 C*y- 4 Joshua 3 Mbta- 2 FacFr'k O :tisSfell 4 tf&n 3 Ric>fert 1 0 O 1 1 1 r hbi 0 1 0 0 3 4 1 1 3 3 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Chicago abr hbi O SMonrlay 5 Beckert 3 Wil'ams 3 Hick'an 3 OJLar'che O 2 ISanto 4 3 iCard'al 3 0 1 Hundl'y 4 Kes'ger 4 0 IJenkins 2 1 IFanzone 2 0 O O O O O 0 O O 0 0 1 1 2 1 O 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 O 1 O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 38 10 15 Lps Angeles Total 33 401 010 1 031 8 1 10 Ohiocgo -. -000 000 10O—1 B—Kessinger, Beckert. DP—Los Angeles 2, Chicago 1, LOB—Los Angeles 7, Chicago 9, :W— Davis, Russell, Crawford 2, Kesa'lnger, Fanzone. 3B—Davis. IffoVCey (7). SF—Crawford, Russell. J "1 OsUen (W 6-3) Kichcrt .T/-nk !m (h 6-4) 1/irk.u'he ip h 2»a 1 7 9 2 6 r erbbso 114 3 OOOO 6 6 15 4 4 2 0 Chicago Kelly May D Allen Melton Reich'dt Sharp Dent A ridre's Herr'nn Leon Or fa Wood Acosta ab r 4 o 5 4 4 3 1 1 4 4 4 4 0 O 1 1 O O 1 h bll ab r h bi 2 OIRet'n'd 3 O 0 iCoggins O 2jGrich 1 3 0 1 1 O O O 2 O Davis O Bu'bry OiWU'ams OlBaylor O.'Rob'n'n 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 Blair . Powell 0 Cabell 0 O 0 O Total 38 414 4 Bel'ger Cuellar Jacks'n 4 4 0 4 4 4 3 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 O d It's been 40 years since an amateur has won the U.S. Open golf, championship and the man currently given the best chance of accomplishing the feat, Ben Crenshaw, barely qualified for this year's event. Crenshaw of Austin, Tex., had to survive a playoff for the final spot in the sectional qualifier at Pittsburgh Tuesday before nailing down his place in the field of 150 that will tee off June 14 at Oafcmont, Pa., in the 73rd Open. "I played scared all day. The putts just weren't falling in— these qualifiers are nerve- wracking," said Crenshaw, who bogeyeti four of the last seven holes in the qualifier on his way to a 71-73—144. In practice rounds, Crenshaw had shot 66 and 67. Crenshaw, the low amateur in the Masters at Augusta each of the last two years, was five shots behind another amateur Gary Koch.of Temple Terrace, Fla., - who gained medalist honors in the Pittsburgh qualifi-jfoefore Crawford became Was it a Jenkins, the Cubs' 1971 Cy Young Award winner, who started and lost his fourth game in 10 decisions this season. Jenkins was rapped for six runs and nine hits before he left after seven innings. In the second game of the Cubs, each a leader injChicago series today, the Dodg- army last year married a 22- year-old Belgian model. "I think I have become more relaxed. "I am more experienced now, more confident and my game is more solid." Nastase—inevitably known as "nasty" on the tennis circuit- swept through the clay court tournament at Roland Garros Stadium with straight set wins against every opponent. The victories were marked by none of the tantrums that have spanned the 27-year-old Roma- and which cul- Rookie Ron Cey hit a three- run homer in the first inning, which turned out to be all the Dodgers needed. Willie Crawford, who drove in two runs and scored three, said that the "best of my ability is now coming out." ers sent Don Sutton, 7-3, against Burt Hooton, 5-3. last October's man s career minated in stormy Davis cup clash against the United States in Bucharest. Leading Batters National League g. ab r. Maddox, SF 44 166 21 Mota, LA 35 121 16 Watsn, Hou Fairly, Mtl Cash, Pit Crwfrd, LA Rbnsn, Phil Lopes, LA Cedeno, Ho 56 199 37 39 117 15 59 42 68 40 pet .355 .347 .342 .342 38 158 27 52 .329 51 175 33 57 .326 36 120 19 39 .325 42 145 22 47 .324 42 165 25 53 .321 Goodsn, SF. 46 165 17 53 .321 American League g Bknbrg, NY 36 Horton, Det 23 Suarez, Tex 30 D.Alien, Chi 46 Krkptk, KC 45 Kelly, Chi 35 Carew, Min 46 ab 106 90 92 r. 17 14 14 42 33 31 pet. .396 .367 .337 169 31 56 .331 166 29 55 .331 137 24 45 .328 173 28 54 .312 Fisk, Bos 46 170 Li 53 .312 Hndrsn, CM 36 135 21 42 .311 Hart, NY 34 120 13 37 .308 Home Runs National League: Stargell, Pitt 16; Aaron, All and Bonds, SF 13; Bench, Cin and Wynn, Hou 12. American League: D, Allen, Chi and May berry, KC 13; Fisk, Bos, Bando and Tenace, Oak 11. Runs Batted In National League: Bench, Cin and Ferguson, LA 43; Stargell, Pitt 37; Bonds, SF 35; Williams, Chi, Watson, Hou and Cey, LA 34. American League: Mayberry, KC 53; Melton, Chi 39; Jackson, Chi and Oak 37; Murcer, NY 34. D. Allen, 7 8 6 100—4 04x—7 Total 30 Chicago 002 001 Baltimore OOO 030 DP—Baltimore 2, LOB—Chicago 10, Baltimore 2. 2B—Kelly. Leon. Andrews. HRs— Allen (13>, Leon (2), Powell (2). SB aumbry. S—Be—Sharp, ! langer. Grich. er with a 72-67-139. Tuesday was the final day of and qualifying those Sah Diego ab r Hern'ez 5 Grubb 4 LOG 5 G aston 4 KendJill .*J Roberts 3 Murrell 4 R. MMes 2 3 runes 1 Ca'pbeli 1 Greif 3 Marshall 1 l o o 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 hblj a OjBrock 1 (Size're 0 ITorre St. Louis 1 1 1 ab 3 3 4 OlSim'ons 3 1 1 O 1 2 O O O O MeC'er 0 Reitz 0 [Mel'dcz OJCruz Tyson Foster O OlSegui O O 3 O 4 4 4 2 O r 1 0 O 2 1 O O 1 O h 2 0 0 1 2 O 1 2 2 O O O 0 (} 1 0 0 O 0 0 3 O 0 Total 30 OOO OOO on ooo 5 10 20103 X- 4 3 5 Total 36 3 9 3 San Diego . .._ Sto.*bouis •K—-McCarver, Tyson, Kendall, Brock. DP—San Diego 1, St. Louis 2. LpB-S;m Diego 10. St. Louis 6. "2R—Sii»i)jon.s. 3B-Cruz. Uernan- i\cs..JUl .1. Monilcs (31. SB—Brock. Wood (L 13-5) A cos* a Cuellar Jackson (\V 1-0) San Francisco ab r hbi Bonds 2 1 1 Fuentes 5 12 Maddox 4 11 McC'ey 2 0 0 Goodson 4 0 2 Matth's 4 ip h 72?, 8 ,T 10 4 4 r er bb BO 7 7 2 3 OOOO 3 3 3 4 110 2 I among failing were 1965 PGA champion Dave Marr, who shot 76-72 —148, and 1947 Open champion Lew Worsham, who shot 78-75— 153. Worsham is host pro at Oakmont. Andy Bean, an amateur from Crawford said that since he has been converted to Buddhism he is "more relaxed" and doing better on the field and at the plate. Willie Davis, who went four- for-five with a double, triple and two singles, was a Buddhist one. He said he hoped the Dodgers- Cubs clash Tuesday was a preview of the eastern and western pace-setters 1 meeting for the league pennant. "I'd just love to play here in Wrigley Field in the playoffs," Davis said. "I always do well here." SUMMER AQUATIC PROGRAM TWO FIVE WEEK SERIES OF CLASSES ARE OFFERED 1st Series of Classes Starts Week of June 11th 2nd Series of Classes Starts Week of July 16th (10 lessons included in each series) YOUTH AQUATIC CLASSES Tiny Tot Fun Gym and Swim Instruction For youth 4 yrs. to 6 yrs. without parent in class. 10 lessons. Fun Gym 1:30-2:00 P.M. Swim - 2:00-2:30 P.M. Mom N' Tot Swim Instruction Tuesdays & Thursdays 10 lessons 6 Months to 2 yrs. __9:00-9:30 6 Months to 2 yrs. 9:30-10:00 „ 10:00-10:30 Fun Gym 2:00-2:30 Swim 2:30-3:00 Monday & Wednesday P.M. P.M. A.M. A.M. 2 yrs. to 4 yrs. „ 10:00-10:30 A.M. 2 yrs. to 4 yrs. 10:30-11:00 A.M. $5.00 Y-Member $10.00 Non Y-Member $8.00 Y-Member $14.00 Non Y-Member 'akotand, Fh.. and Girls Davis didn't appear worried Blocker, a pro from Jackson- that his team has to overtake Pinsburgh! ville > Fla -» shot identical 142s to:the San Francisco Giants be- ab 4 4 Speier 4 Racier 3 Bryant 2 Moffitt 1 O 0 O 0 0 u O 0 0 0 1 Cash 0 lOliver OiSa'gu'n 4 OiStargeJl 4 2|Rob , ts'n 4 0 Hebner 4 0 0 O 0 DavTlo 0 Alley n Gonz'ez l McNe'y 2 Clines 1 May o IBriles 2 (Zisk I Giusti 0 r 1 1 O 0 0 0 0 0 hbi 1 2 1 O 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 O 0 0 0 O O O 0 OOO O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 win medalist honors in sectional qualifier at Atlanta. Ralph Johnston of Garden City, N.Y., who has been on the tour only 2% years, won medalist honors over a group of tour regulars at Philadelphia with a pair of 70's for a 140 the o 0 0 0 0 0 pair two strokes ahead of osier. SK- fJroif (I, 4-tf> Faster Sc«ui (W 2 -li> Sizeinorc. ip h r er bb so tt ID 5 i ;t \ Total :JI :J 6 :J S;m Kraru'isro Pittsburgh K--Goodson. Total :H 2 5 2 200 OOO 100—3 OOO HonrlS. total, Dave Eichelberger. Among the other qualifiers at Philadelphia were Le2 Elder Progressive Swim Instruction Mon. & Wed, Tues. & Thur. CADETS (6 & 7 yrs.) 9:00-9:45 a.m. 12:30-1:15 p.m. POLLIWOG not a bunch of egos. We shouldII (Beginner) 9:45-10:30 a.m. 1:15-2:00 p.m. fore the playoff schedule. "We've got an exciting team, 002 ooo -2 ! and make it," he said. Meanwhile, Cub Manager Whitey Lockman thought it was "just another ball game." "This was not one of Fergie's better days. Those things happen. J'rn not concerned! I,OB—San; Krantisco Jo, Pittsburgh 5. Knudson 2H 7-' ( ft 2 l 'ii a i 2 ;J -J.lcii. K 10 1 Bryant. Goodson 12). Oliver, Sanguil- • ehamuioil uentes. Bonds (VU. H - ! . ... ...• Ron Cerrudo. but fieor«ej about |osj the e _ «.» former I^CIA: .» he said MINNOW (Adv. Beg.) 10:30-11:15 a.m. 2:00-2:45 p.m FISH & FLYING FISH (Int.) 11:15-12:00 2:45-3:30 p.m SHARK & PORPOISE (Adv.) 12:00-12:45 p.m. 3:30-4:15 p.m Register for either Mon.-Wed. or Tues.-Thurs.) SPECIAL SWIM INSTRUCTION FOR YOUTH from Abingdon, Oneida, Rio, Altona, Wataga, Dahinda, Victoria, Gilson, and other communities outside of the Galesburg proper area. Fridays 10 lessons $10.00 Beginners 1:00-1:45 p.m., 2:30-3:15 p.m. Intermediate 1:45-2:30 p.m., 3:15-4:00 p.m. Advanced 1:45-2:30 p.m., 3:15-4:00 p.m. $10.00 Non Y-Members Bob Kosburg Pf 1 A .iscrios," failed - $5,00 Y-Member $12.00 Non Y-Member to survive. Lockman referred to Kergie Ho we May Not Join Sons Other Special Interest & Skill Classes Archery Women Water Kxerci.se Trampoline Tennis Instructon Acrobatcs & Cheerleading Women Noon Fitness Group For Information Registration 342-218 Oil IV By DARHELL MACK UPI Sports Writer way I "They've couldn't," got the he said, since retiring Sept. 9, 1971, But after questioning, Howe did security I after 25 years in the NHL, said nlake tnis comm ent: ? nlavflr. hp fp.lt awkward ahnnt npnntiat. i 'HOUSTON (UPI) — With his never had as a young player." [he felt awkward about negotiat tiyouteen-aged sons brand new. Howe joined the rival Nation-ling a contract with the Aeros; ( think J^ 31 * * s as # rea * . a members of the Houston Aeros al Hockey League when he wasjsince he was still being paid by P asser a ? I've ever seen at his ci'Jtie World Hockey Associa-|l8 and rose to become one of Detroit. . a gy 1 ihink he has the thinking Uonr former Detroit Red Winglthe game's greatest stars. He But he said he always wanted ; ab » lt y with the best of them." s£ap- r -Gordie Howe is certain he j said the Aeros had made him is.'bappy for his sons uncertain whether he will join but an offer but it wasn't enough. Camp Shaubena for boys and girls 8 years thru 15 years DAY CAMP AGES SIX Through 14 Years of Age. Hiking, Cook-outs, Nature Lore, Crafts, Archery, Swimming, Fishing, and many other enjoyable activities. to play on the same team with his sons and would sign if he- the Toronto Marlboros of the Mark and Marty played on I * To Have Fun * To Enjoy the Out-of-Doors "Jim (Smith) and I are going [and Smith can agree to terms, them as a player. jto think about it and then talk 1 "It would be a high moment 'League last -M, don't show much emotionjagain," he said. "We are in the in our lives to play with dad," he thought he could play in the next year but Mark Canadian Amateur Hockey year. Marty said but..-.this is one my ctey£" Howe said Mark Howe, ; ft 'T 1 i^v, ia. signed ufi)l#acts with Aeros Jim Sinilli. happiest j same ballpark but the figure Marty said. "And I'm sure he WHA Tuesday will have to be a little closer could help the team out quite a wasn't sure. 18. and than it is now, It's just a bit." Mark added. • To Learn New Skills * Make New Friends * To Grow in Mind, Body, and Spirit. Boys Week — June 24th Howe did not disclose the Howe was reluctant to brag terms of the two contracts that it IS now. Jt's just four-year matter of putting it in one word President —money." about Mark after Aeius Coach Mark and Marty signed. Howe, who has been a vice Bill Dineen said Mark will foe ligure has a few zeros, we're ",'i'iiey arc starting out in u,president of the Hed Wings ; thu next superstar in hockey..happy." Girls Week July Ut July 30th July 7th 1st 2nd 3rd June 18th - June 23rd July 9th - July 14th July 16th - July 21st The Y-Member Non Y-Member $30.00 Y-Members Non Y-Members $20.00 $25.00 $35.00 4

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