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i j , i ,...r ' I . - i ;.u - : f AsyUy,K ,, ) v:-V, W. -vt 10th, Astros Score in Nip Chicago, 1-0 HOUSTON (AI) Jim third. Byron Browne singled abled list, but his one Inning of Wynn. the first Houston runner In the seventh and went all the'? Iccl ve rciici piicnmg carnca to reach second base against way to third when Rusty Staub, the triumph CMICAOO ftrown If Hundlty Hoiitmm ChiM HwtlM The Intercity All-Stars have a mighty speedy outfield for Sunday's big came with the Area AH-Stars at Illinois VVesleyan University Stadium Sunday. They are, left to right, Bloomington's Jack Currin, who will play left; Tom Custer, another Purple Raider, who will be In center; and Normal Community's Bill Dicken, the rightfielder. Ken Holtzman. scored on Bub let the ball get past him As'nrnmnntp'c slnd in Ilio 10th n.. n..4.. .i...b Phiniot ....... ... .... ivaiiur iiujiuiiy bwuir uui b Inr.lm' pivlnit fhn Actrnt a 14) j . ri r- ir ..... b victory over me unicaeo cuds wi kM ntint ona v Rrown - n Friday night. WBS caught in a rundown be- Holtzman allowed the Astros tween third and home and only three hits through the first tagged out. nine innings. But Wynn led off! Holtzman has hurled good ball the 10th with a single and went! for the Cubs all season, but has to second on Dave Nicholson's been the victim of shoddy field-bunt. Nicholson was safe at first : inj? and weak hitting sunnort. wnen tne tnrow 10 secona was tv- ..niina w,hn,tP1. too late to get Wynn. i competed his soDhomore Aspromonte then singled to at the University of Illinois left field, driving In Wynn. Circle Campus in Chicago. HoUzman, v ho didn't walk a n Astros committed four man, suffered his seventh de-lCrror. tne contest but the Cubs were unable to cash in on the opportunities afforded by Dick Farrell at the start of tne the boots. 10th, evened his record at 1-1. I Chicago left eight men on Farrell scattered seven hits In base In the 10 innings, while his nine innings of pitching. al- Houston only stranded two. lowing only one Cub to reach Taylor has been on the dis- b f h bl HOUSTON Panlagmph, nioomlncton, T!., Sit., Jun 11, Stocks To Race At Fairbury Track Tonight su- FAIRBURY At least 20 per-modifled cars In the hands i'.VSi0 "Pert drivers from Illinois frrY' i tji ...in l . . 'i i i e Jo iJxkwMi M t o i i and Indiana will be on hand to- .mo 30 4 o I e NicNxwfl rf o nigni to open me vjw t airDury I Z 1 1 ! U American Legion Speedway sea- 4 i o o Atprmnii m 4 i it I gon. Officials are lookln for- C 4 0 t Aiormnit lb 4 I t I nn (Mfrat arm Irmlrlnn tnw. iiii MM ward to at least 30-to-35 stock . T ? f imaaI aim 1 nr. 9 ulnUit a . RTtvlor m Toll U 9 t Total Mill Two out when oinnlna run KOrtd iii it i I Atpromonlt, iub, I Jii-kKXl, Momn OP Chl(M I, Nouilon . I OB CMf I, HOVHOA 4. I HOIIIKIM year 1 xichoiton. just feat against two victories.. Ron Taylor, who replaced Hol!imn (L. 17) ft Tartar (W, Ml . T-J Jt. A-iitfli l M . 1 It tft to I I I 0 9 0 Aaron, Woodward Pace Brava io Win "We'll Says I Let Bats Do Talking ntercity Coach Wasem ; By STEVE ADAMS Jim Wasem, Illinois State University freshmen : baseball coach and Intercity manager in Sunday's 10th Annual Pantagraph All-Star Baseball Game at Illinois Wesleyan University Stadium, was a bit hesitant in commenting on the BIG game. " "Mr. Bridges was somewhat! bold, wasn't he," asked Wasem at Friday's practice session for the Intercity All-Stars. "I m not sure whether to be subdued about this thing, or whether to come back with a little some- thing along the line of what Denny said Wednesday." ' "But, I'll just say this: we'll (the Intercity All-Stars) do our talking with our bats." . Could Be Right Knowing Wrascm and the group of fine athletes which make up the Intercity squad he could be right, Bridges commented Wednes day that he expected his Area All-Stars to take their sixth vic tory over the Intercity and No 2 in a row for the Illinois Wes leyan University basketbal coach over his former team mate at IWU, Wasem. The Area holds a 5-4 edge in the series thanks to a victory in . 1965, an 11-10 effort behind the rbig bat of former Gibson City , catcher, Hal Graff, who is serving Bridges this year as an as sistant. 4 Lettered at Wesleyan ., Graff lettered in baseball In v his freshman year at Wesleyan tins season Wasem and his assistant, Bill Bellnap, second baseman on the Illinois State University squad which finished the season with a 28-4 record, have some booming bats and lightning speed to t work with. ' Trinity High School's. Mark Bardwell, who will open at first 'base, sported a .465 batting 'average in. 99 at 'bats for the Saints this spring and boasted ""nine home runs and 34 runs-: Foyt Plans -'500' Return HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Race driver A. 'J. Foyt, who es-caped death in accidents twice within six days, said Friday he 'plans to be back at Indianapolis -next Memorial Day to try for a third 500-mile championship. r Foyt is recovering from bums .suffered last Saturday in a crash during a practice run at Milwaukee. Six days earlier he and a dozen other drivers were involved in a spectacular pileup just after the start of the Indianapolis 500. batted-in. Batted .432 Bardwell's teammate at Trinity, Dennis Fox, will start at shortstop. Fox hit .432 with seven homers and 29 RBI's. Another Saint, Randy Smith, the leading Intercity vote-getter, will do the catching. Smith hit .436 in this his senior year. Bloomington takes up the other two positions in the infield with Tom Herr playing second and Mike Potts covering third. Potts batted .328 in spring games, while Herr hit .167. Cutter Leads Outfielders The outfield is made up of Bloomington's Jack Currin and Tom Custer and Normal Community's Bill Dicken. Custer, the second leading Intercity vote-getter, has fine speed and a steady bat. He sported a .355 batting mark with 10 runs-batted-in. Currin hit .233 for the Purple Raiders, while Dicken slugged the ball at a .282 clip. 'Fine Sticks' "This club has some fine sticks on it," said Wasem. "I'm really pleased to have such a fine squad." Wasem s starting hurler Sun day will be BHS' Randy Bo- zarth. Bozarth was undefeated in four decisions this season and boasts a perfect game over Wapella in the district tournament. Other pitchers are Gary Cor- bett and Mike Latta of Bloomington, Jerry Adcock and Mike Garrett of Normal, and Univer sity High' School's Dale Neal. AH are righthanders with the exception of Garrett. , Anderson To Play Other Intercity squad members are outfielders Leon Toep-ke of NCHS, and Norm Nier-stheimer of U High; infielders Cal Hubbard and Jim Hodge of U High; Skip Anderson of NCHS and Jim Cox of BHS; and Bloomington catcher Bob Walley. "This year, at least, they (the Area Stars) won't have Graff," said Wasem in his final comment, "I'm looking forward to a dilly." v Game time is 4 p.m. with proceeds going to the American Legion Junior Baseball P r 0-gram. - . i) w v. ( l - 4. I t k , 'it v --it . : v 1 I Mets Purchase Giants' Shaw, To Be Starter NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Mets purchased right-handed pitcher Bob Shaw from the San Francisco Giants Fri day, and Manager Wes Wes-trum immediately named him as a regular starter. It was a straight purchase, but the price was not disclosed. a a a ttM.moaei can 01 vxj& vintage or older to carry their end of the program The 1966 season opens with 7 p.m. time trials and 8:30 races. At least nine events will be held, including a six-lap dash for the six fastest cars in the super- modified field. Drivers will be attempting to lower the single lap records in both divisions records which have held up since 1964. Danville barber Bubby 'Jones holds the super modified record of : 15.07 and Herb Cagley of Strca-tor the stock record for one-quarter mile of : 16.70. Drivers will be out to dethrone super modified point champion Bobby Carrigan of Ind., and stock YOUNG'S YARNS Don Olsen, an alumnus of ISU will coach Stephen Deca'.ur High's tennis team next spring. Hal Prltchard, who has had the Job has been vrped to dean of boys, which has become the most important Job on every high school and college cam- Clark Griffith PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Atlanta Braves, paced by the hitting of Hank Aaron and Woody Woodward, won thHr seventh straight game Friday night, beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-2. Aaron doubled and drove In Covington, three runs. Woodward tripled, champ Lynn Wilson of Lcxing- hit two singles, scored a run and i lon drove in two more. Steve Cannon, another Dan- Braves' right-hander Ken'v"e barber' won the last race here in 1965. the 50-lap Fair- nings, didn't allow a hit until the! wy Fair Sweepstakes, and his fourth when Willie SUrgell hit brother, Larry, a barber by his 11th homer over the left field trade bul now Vermilion County wall. Oil Chi Olivo relieved Johnson at the start of the sixth nni held the Pirates scoreless the rest of the way. The Braves got two runs off recorder, was runnerup in season point standings. Jones fin ished fourth in the point list. Carrigan is an ironworker when not racing. In the stock class, Wilson won four of the 12 features held here Pirate southpaw Bob Veale taj, . mlssed out on &e the first. Woodward tripled and ... ,mu ,nt pm,. last two, which went to Poto- ennrun as nsmn nmimnan iiit in . . A Met spokesman said it was v Y. mac driver weft Spain, wno won ...n .h- ,.!, f snort- VeaIe loaded we bases . HrivPr Woh Snain. who won "ij ; u .u iZ 1 iT j tne last two races nere as wen wild pitch that let in the second! , thp mM4MMn title. $20,000 Shaw, who will be 33 late this njn month, was involved in a long Atlanta pittibuhoh holdout this spring, and was the Menkt 3b MAl0U t, b0h,w last ot tne uiants to sien on wooowra t j 1 au,y n qi 4 12 1 April 3. as a ne nas oeen usea oom faiou ir Staraall i ! .us. lorrt id 2 a O O tlemenll sianer anu in reuei 11113 crtv c 3 I 2 0 Pamaroni vpar anH harl a 1 iwnrH n 11 "Jon$ ef 5 I 2 1 S I 2 I Mairotkl an 2b S I I 0 Bailev 3b Kjonnton p i o 0 V veal p foot-2. 190 Doundcr has a 6.19 okvo p i 1 1 o si p ... nn.nnn y"""r caiiicu luii aici agc games with the Giants. The 6- Decatur Gets ft ill! Only 3 Hits, ? Beats Olmton Starting pitcher for the Intercity will be Bloomington's Randy Bozarth, right, a righthanded junior, who had a 4-0 record this spring. Here, Bozarth shows his fastball grip to starting catcher and top Intercity vote-getter Randy Smith of Trinity. Astros Sign No. I Free Agent Choice HOUSTON (AP)-The Hous ton Astros signed their No. 1 free agent draft choice Friday for an announced substantial bonus. i o t 0 1 1 1 o o o o e t 1 1 o o Mlkkeltn p 0 0 0 t unoonon pn 10 0 0 McBtan p 0 0 0 0 Total Atlanta Pittiburth 351117 Total 31 2 1 ...til t t 4 t t t I ...tit lit ttt-2 DP-Pltt$burh 2. LOB Atlanta t, Pltttburgh 4. JB AAlllan, Carty, Maiarotkl, Aaron. 3B Woodward. HR Staroell 01). SB M.Jonts. IP K.Johnson (W, 4-5) 5 Olivo .. 4 Veala (L, a-4) 3 He is Wayne Twitchell,-18, a Mikkeisan ;"".'.'.'.'.'.' 2 ricrhi-hanterf nitrher from Part-i0"- 1 O r . UHD ttw UrBa.M IUJulu...l UID Veali, Mikktlsen. T 2:30. A 15.177. R ER BB SO land, Ore., where he competed in schoolboy football, baseball and basketball. He has signed a letter of intent to enter Oregon State. 0M- If V " V ' .v A .i A lid H A U A A -wJlIA ,1 S'.iJ LJ XJ Ru$teck Checks Reds On 4-Hitfer, 5-0 NEW YORK (AP) - Dick Rusteck, a 24-year-old left-han der making his major league debut, checked Cincinnati on four hits and pitched the New York Mets to a 5-0 victory Friday night. Rusteck, called up from Jack sonville of the International League Thursday, outdueled Cincinnati ace Jim Maloney in posting the first major, league victory of his four-year profes sional career. Rusteck allowed only singles, struck out four and walked one. He did not allow a hit until Tony Perez singled leading off the fifth. . I Eddie Bressoud. plaving DECATUR Decatur's Legion team could get only three hits and one run off Clinton's Steve Alsup, but it turned out to .be enough, as Decatur held on to gain a 1-0 triumph. Decatur scored in the very first inning on a double, an error, and a sacrifice fly and then rode the four hit pitching of Dan Howley to the victory. Clinton is now 2-1 for the sea son. Clinton Decatur 000 000 0-0-4-2 100 000 0-1-3-2 Alsup and and Ermer. Gardner; Howley Wright Leads Bluegrass Golf LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -Veteran Mickey Wright fashioned a one-under-par 71 over the Hunting Creek Country Club course Friday to take a two-stroke lead in the Bluegrass Invitational Women's Golf Tour nament. Clifford Ann Creed and Ruth Jessen each carded a 73 in the first round to share second place. Carol Mann was one stroke back at 74 pus. . .Bob Berg, a 1965 Au-gustana College graduate, is the new Saybrook Arrowsmith coach. . .Dave Nagle of Strea-tor, who played for Harold Gaff-ney at St. Bede Academy this year and also won letters in football and track at the Catholic prep school has matriculat ed at Monmouth College for next year . . . When Denny Bridges leads his Wesleyan eager to Davenport, Iowa for the St. Ambrose Invitational Tournament in December, he will find the hosts stars. Two of the latest to announce for the Catholic College are Rock Island's two finest tos-sers, Alex Boyd and George Mc-Cloud. One of their teammates will be Ernie Kivisto, son of the East Moline coach, who bears the same label. Stan Albcck's latest recruit is Ron Sell, Bel-videre's fine all-around athlete, who Is headed for Northern Michigan. Clark Griffith for 30 odd ytars, owner and pretidefit of Hi Wathington Senators pitched for ISU while still in Normal High against Charles (Old Hots) Radbourne, who toiled for Wesleyan in the annual gam. Western Places Second In NAIA Golf ; SHAWNEE, Okla. (AP) -Don Iverson of Wisconsin State, La Crosse, shot a two-under-par 70 Friday for a 72-hole total of 282 to win the annual National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Golf Tournament. He was runner-up last year to Craig Metz of East Texas State, who was graduated at mid-term this year. Southwest Louisiana of Lafayette won the team title with 1,-178 points with Western Illinois 27 strokes behind at 1,205. Second behind Iverson over the par 72 Elks Country Club course was Pat O'Brien of Mo Neese State, who had a 288. East Texas State won the team title last year but did not qualify for the final 18-hole round. Defending champion Kathy shortstop in place of Roy McWhitworth, the leading money Millan, supplied the only runs winner on the Ladies Profes sional Golf Association tour, had a 76. These four steady Intercity ball players will man the starting positions in the infield Sunday. They are, left to right, first baseman Mark Bardwell of Trinity, Bloomington second baseman Tom Herr, Trinity shortstop Dennis Fox, and Mike Potts, BHS third sacker. (Pantagraph Photos) NFL Still Plans To Add 16th Team by 1967 Season ; NEW YORK (AP) - The National Football League still t plans to go ahead with a 16th J team in 1967 as originally outlined before peace came to ; professional football. I New Orleans, Cincinnati, 'Seattle, Portland, Ore., and .; Phoenix are the leading possi- bilities. Unless some other cities ;move into the picture before 1970, four of this quintet could be in the league by that time. Boston and Houston also :made a pitch for an NFL frsn-'chise at the May meetinp inj contract that has four years to run. Hofheinz urged the NFL to move into the Astrodome during the recent Washington meet ings. Boston presumably will be left to the Patriots, who are hopeful that the recent presentation of a civic group before the NFL will spur the building of a new stadium New Orleans is regarded a of dividing the league into two divisions or conferences in 1970 have yet to be worked out. It is the current thinking of Uie NFL that the 14-game season will continue indefinitely. The problems of sharing several parks with baseball clubs pre cludes an earlier start. When the NFL goes to IS teams in 1967, there will be two U.S. Girls' Trail Britain WIMBLEDON, England (AP) The tennis girls of the United States trailed Britain 2-1 in the Mrs. Ann Haydon Jones, Britain's No. 1, paired with Virginia Wade in a 7-5, 6-2 victory over Mrs. Billie Jean Moffit King of Long Beach, Calif., and Janie Albert of Pebble Beach, Calif. Earlier, Mrs. Jones defeated Nancy Richey of Dallas, Tex.,-2 Rusteck needed. CINCINNATI NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl Harper rf 4 0 10 Lewis cf 3 0 10 Rose 2b 3 0 0 0 Hunt 2b 3 0 10 Pinson cf 4 0 0 0 L up low rf 4 0 0 0 ujonnson if 4 0 0 0 Bover 3b 4 110 Perez lb 3 0 10 KrnnDOol lb 3 0 10 Lardennj $5 3000 Stephnsn c 4121 RUIZ 3b 3 0 10 Swoboda II 3 110 (.oxer c 3 0 0 0 Bressoud ss 4 2 2 4 Maloney p 2 0 0 0 Rusteck P 4 0 0 0 raviencn pn luio Baldschn p 0 0 0 0 Total Cincinnati New York 30 0 4 0 Total 32 5 5 0 0 000 000 ( 011 00 0 1 X t DP New York New York 7. 2B-(3). 1. LOB Cincinnati 4, Hunt. HR Bressoud 2 Malonev (1, 4-2) aaiascnun Rusteck (W, 1-0) . 1 . 9 R ER BB SO 4 4 2 7 110 1 0 0 14 HBP Bv Malonev T 2:06. A 33,977. (Hunt, Swoboda). TUXEDOS I All Garments Fitted WARDEN'S Mei'i&BojY Store Frant A Ccntor Stt. 1 kg., "7;y Hi)-' ynu. fk ?r SELTZER MOTORS Oakland Ave. & Kt. 68 (volvo) Wightman Cup Friday after a ,6, 6-4, 8-3 and Mrs. King out- gruelling day on Wimbledon's 'smarted Miss Wade 6-2, 6-3. sun-baked turf. , Now the Americans must win TTie British underdogs nosed three of the four matches sched-ahead in a doubles match to theluled Saturday to retain the tro- delight of a partisan crowd of 4,-phy they have held continuously 000. I since 1961. strong possibility for 1967 along eight-club conferences, each with Cincinnati. The NFL is divided into four-club divisions, committed to expanding to 16 j The division champions will clubs bv 1967. The American PIay for the right to meet in the league vjimiipivnioui game a iu the winner will go on to play the AFL winners. Eventually, under the 28-tcam setup, there will be two 14-club leagues, split into Football League reportedly Is ' Washimrton. Although the peace 'announcement did not rule out willing to wait until 1968 before future two-club cities, it was adding a 10th team. . believed that would be the case. When the two leagues start The Houston Oilers, unable tolnlavins regular season inter- : agree on terms with Judge Roy; league games in 1970, there: wo seven-ciuo conierences. Hofheinz, principal owner of the probably will be 28 teams, 14 inj No date has been set for tht -Astrodome, played in Rice each league. This could involve, first NFL-AFL championshpi ; Stadium last year. Owner Bud adding an 11th and 12th team to game: However, Saturday Jan. Adams of the Oilers insists he h the present AFL and shifting' 7 is regarded as a strong possi- slicking with that deal under a two NFL clubs. The mechanics ibiliiy. IZJ.Ir.llff FT .Til. I I 1 1 J.T I r . 1 1 1 J 1'i.llllk.W.i: I . mwj vmt uiMuy usuu i.j.d for TRAVEL TRAILERS NIMROD HI-LO PICK-UP CAMPERS NEW & USED MURRAY'S TRAILER SALES 1112 N. MAIN ADAM Ml'RRAY PH. 829-3329 (Political Advertisement) f EPUBLOII VOT If you are satisfied with your present General Assembly then there is no point in voting for a new man if you are NOT satisfied vote "A New Face in Springfield." VOTE EDWARD MADIGAN For State Representative "4 Young Han of Convictions" (Pantograph Editorial 6 9 H) MtUon Countj Committee for Matlgsn, Paul Ball, Chclmzn

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