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F»g« 10 . Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Tuesday, July 8, 1975 Ruffian Buffed In .;'••..••*•/' . ' mont Park Md THE JOCKEY WHO RODE RUFFIAN In her Ill-fated match race Sunday, Jaclnto Vasqnes, guides Forage to victory Monday in the $20,W allowance feature at Belmont Park, N.Y. A close second is Russ Miron ridden by Braullo Baeza, who rode Foolish Pleasure to victory in the match race.-UPI Photo. » Swing Pattern, Confidence Peak • * . For Jack Before British Open CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (UPI) Jack Nicklaus has a formula for winning the big ones. • It is to bring what he calls his swing -pattern and his confidence just to a peak before the opening round and then go for broke. "When my swing pattern and confidence stay there," he said Monday, "I'm not going to los« very often. Sure I might get beat, but I'm not going to lose." The Golden Bear has parlayed his formula into 15 major golf championships, more than any other golf, player has, and the next target is this week's British Open, beginning Wednesday. Staying cool is important to the formula, too, and the blond bomber is a picture of calm for his first challenge since what he regards as a loss at the U.S. Open. Britain's intrepid bookies have rated him the 4-1 favorite in front of Johnny Miller at 8-1 and defending champion Gary Player at 10-1. And well they should. Nicklaus has his swing pattern and confidence honed to the point where he could break every record in the Open and Camoustie book. The Masters champion closed out a series of four practice rounds Monday with a seven-under-par 65 that included a bogey five on the 18th hole. It ran his warm-up string to 67-65-67-65-264 or 24 under par. Big Jack warned, however, he puts little stock in practice rounds as an indicator of how he will play in any given tournament. But records tend to fall when the formula is at work as it is ,now. The British Open record, shared by Arnold Palmer and Tom Weiskopf, is .276. No one has ever broken 68 in an ( 0pen at Carnoustie, where the course record'is Ben Hogan's 282 from 1953. "My swing pattern is good," Nicklaus said. "But you toave to take that from here and put it into a tournament. I have confidence that it will stay there but you never know." He said every putt he looks at seems to go in. "When I came over here, I wasn't happy with my game," the 35-year-old Ohioan said. "But obviously I'm reasonably happy with it now. There are a few shots that I need to work on. But that's always good... "I've had enough practice." Nicklaus has played virtually every major course in his glittering career, but he said: "I still think this is the toughest golf course we play -in Carnoustie conditions." Those conditions take the 7,065 yards, par 72 humpy seaside layout and add a large dose of rain and nonstop blustery gales. The result is situation normal. But this is a tame Carnoustie -so far -because a persistent sun has baked dry thenormally slow fairways and the wind hasn't raised a blow in anger. Arthur Ashe Rejects Conception Of Wimbledon As Grudge Match PITTSBURGH /TIPM _ TnVlt, /i».o» A.,.. _,_ ,, ... .. . •:. ^* PITTSBURGH (UPI) - In his first U.S. appearance since his Wimbledon triumph, 32-year-old Arthur Ashe Monday rejected suggestions he always had been a bridesmaid and never a bride in the big-time tournaments. "I've won too many big ones in the past to say that," said Ashe, who scored a crushing victory over heavily- favored Jimmy Connors Saturday. "I've always been hot during certain weeks of other years, but it didn't always coincide with the big tournaments. "If I'd win a tournament in Louisville in mid-July, they'd say, 'Ho-hum, he won another tournament.' See, you've got to be hot .during the big ones." Ashe also discredited 1 speculation that .the Saturday finals were "a grudge match" with No. 1 seed Connors, who has filed a multi-million dollar law suit against him. "Personally, I like Jimmy. He's basically a nice guy," Ashe said. ".It was not a grudge match Saturday," he said. "Grudge conjures up something like vendetta. VI think the lawsuit was his manager's doing. Twenty-two-year-olds don't go around suing people. He's •being handled like a prize fighter." Multi-million dollar law suits are in •litigation between.Co'nnors.and Ashe,.' based on Connors' charges of restraint of trade and Ubel. = ."Would I play with Jimmy Connors Slow Pitch Softball League Standings Red Division Games Through July 6 Economy Fire 7 o Goodyear !.!"!'."!!!'."!!'! 5 3 Jenkins Service '„". 4 4 Metal Specialty ' 4 4 Freeport Rehabilitation 35 Journal-Standard .'"'2 4 Bonanza j 5 Micro No. Two 1 7 Ar-Dee ".".'.'.'.'".".'o 8 Blue Division Siedenburg 7 t cubby's ;;;;;;;;;; 7 { Hersh Realty • «'2' Third Ward Tavern '"52 Pabst .'".'".".'.'.'." 43 Union Loan & Savings 44 Snltzel's " 44 Micro No. 1 /. '.""'. 3 5 Club Esquire 2 4 Freeport Blacktop \\""'."\".'.'.'.'.'.'.2 5 Last Week's Results Hersh Realty 12, Freeport Rehab 2; Snit- zel s 24, Ar-Dee 10; Pabst 11,'Micro No. Two If Third Ward Tavern 7, Jenkins Service 6- Cubby's 14, Goodyear 7; Metal Specialties 10, Esquire 8; Pabst 11, Bonanza 3; Esquire 10, Jenkins 7; Snitzel's 4, Micro No. One 3; Economy 15, Micro,No. Two 1; Third Ward Tavern 9, Union Loan & Savings 2; Siedenburg Realty 16, Freeport'Rehab 5; Bonanza '9, Ar-Dee 5; Siedenberg Realty 3, Micro No. One 2; Goodyear 10, Metal Specialties 9; Economy 9, Journal-Standard 8; Cubby's 21, Union Loan & Savings 4; Hersh Realty 9, Freeport Blackpp 7. ' German Valley Grain Smacks Orangeville A German Valley Grain .downed Orangeville 10-2 in CMy League Softball action Monday night. Mike Hess led German Valley hitters with two home runs and a single to account for five RBIs. Duane Kielsmeier scattered seve hits, among them a homer by Orangeville's Tom Marcum, in gaining the victory. . " . in the Davis Cup?" Ashe asked. "Sure I'd play with him. I wanted to last year. After all, he was the best player in the world then." Asked if he ever talked to Connors about Connors' persistent refusal to play on the Davis Cup team, Ashe replied, "Funny you should ask that because I tried to at Wimbledon-" Fastbacks Split Pair Freejwrt Fastbacks women's softball teanrfell to Pearl City B12-10 Sunday after dispatching Mount Carroll last Wednesday 13-7, • Pearh*City took quick command, scpringUi 'runs in the first four innings while IjasLnking the Fastbacks. Wednesday, 'the Fastbacks scored five runs in the fourth, pushed another six across in the fifth and added one By United Press International NEW YORK (UPI) - Ruffian, Belmont Park's favorite daughter, was buried in the track's infield at sundown Monday. "She was like part of the family," her badly-shaken trainer, Frank Whiteley Jr., had said early Monday morning after the 3-year-old filly had been Davis Defends 'Rozelle Rule' MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI)— If there were no "Rozelle Rule" in the National Football League, the top players, would move to pleasant climates and glamor cities. That was the testimony in U.S." District Court Monday of defense witnesses Willie Davis, former defensive end for the Green Bay Packers, and Lamar Hunt, owner of the Kansas City Chiefs, Fifteen players are challenging the rule which empowers NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle to set compensation when an athlete plays out his option with one team and signs with another club. "Yes, I feel there should be some form of compensation," said Davis, an all-'pro six times for the powerful Packer teams of the 1960s. "I feel,very strongly that teams are built around certain players at times and for one of those players to leave without restraint would create a morale problem." .• Davis, who played with Bart Starr, Jim Taylor and Paul Hornung on three straight world champion teams under coach Vince Lombardi, said he thinks most players today accept the "Rozelle Rule." If the rule were removed, he said, "They'd leave a city or team they didn't particularly want to be with." Davis, now a pro football color analyst for a television network and a Los Angeles area beer distributor, said the majority of-players would prefer to play for teams on the West Coast and Miami, where the weather is favorable, or in the large metropolitan areas, such as New York or Chicago. Hunt said elimination of the rule would . lead to "substantially more player movement than is the case today. "Maybe not a mass exodus at Kansas City," Hunt said, "but I think there would be some interest in leaving. We'd be worse off because we'd have an unstable product. The same would hold true for every team." Polish Track Team Could Defeat U.S. PRAGUE (UPI) - The American track team that lost to the Soviet Union might also be defeated by Poland. The American team, coming off a defeat in Kiev, rebounded a bit Monday on the opening day of. a two-day .meet here with Poland and Czechoslovakia. The American men took a 61-60 lead over the Polish men and a 73-48 lead over Czechoslovakia. The American women led the Czechs, 46-27, but trailed the Polish women, 36-37. The American team was formed at the last minute when the match, cancelled because df a dispute over television rights, was hastily rescheduled. Many of the better American ath- • ' 4 • ' ! --•— -j — - »»w w t>V^.J. f^lli^J. 1VQI1 <H,H~ each inutne sixth and seveth to over- letes were unavailable for the tour bv s>nma .*v*cslrttii nin**4- . •• • *i. A _ * comeva start. then. Winners Announced At CC Freeport Horseshoe League Standings _ y. . g!* e Tavern No. 1 vs. Peck's News Stand; Moose Club vs. Ron's L&M Service; Schneider Oil vs. Intercity Box & Plastic; Micro Switch No. 3 vs. Club 26; Doug's Barber Shop vs. Micro Switch No. 1; Highlander Lounge bye. League Standings W L Schneider OU 49 5 Tuesday'sltesults: Schneider Oil 6, Club 26 0; Micro Switch No. Three 8, Doug's Barber Shop 0; Highlander Lounge 6, Newell Co. 0; wardrobe Cleaners 6, Third Ward Tavern No. One 0; Moose Club 5, Peck's News Stand 1; Helsley Supply Co. 4, Boeke Construction 2; Intercity Box & Plastic 4 Rons L&M Service 2; Micro Switch No Two 4, Dickmari's Farm Service 2; Micro Switch No. One bye. Tonight's Schedule: Newell Co. vs. Wardrobe Cleaners; Boeke Construction vs. Third Ward Tavern No. 2; Micro Switch No. 2 vs Helsley Supply Co.; Dickman's Farm Service vs. Carter's Corners; Third Ward Church League Thursday's Results: Park Hills Evangeli?"I?'•„!•/? W 5 , 01 Flrst United Methodist 3. Faith United Methodist 0; Freeport Mennonite 3, Zion 3, This Week's Schedule: Zion vs. St. Joseph's; Park Hills Evangelical vs. First United Methodist; Faith United Methodist vs. Freeport Mennonite. League Standings w • Park Hills Evangelical '."!.'.' 24 3 St. Joseph's ' 15 o First United Methodist 14 13 Faith United Methodist '" 10 17 Freeport Mennonite..... .'"'10 20 Zion , ' Q 10 ?•••• , It) Q ly Cedarvi/le Legion To Meet Savanna The Cedarville Legion baseball team will meet Savanna at 8:30 tonight. The Cedarville-Polo contest was postponed Sunday at Polo because of rain and wet grounds. 49 5 Micro Switch No, 3 ;.....'.44 10 Helsley Supply Co ; .- 42 12 Boeke Construction 41 13 Wardrobe Cleaners 38 16 Micro Switch No. 1 :.....32 22 Highlander Lounge 32 22 Ron's L&M Service 32 22 Moose Club : .31 23 Micro Switch No, 2 29 25 Dickman's Farm Service , 27 27 Third Ward Tavern No, 1 26 28 Intercity Box & Plastic 23 31 Carters Corners.....'... 23 31 Doug's Barber Shop 17 37 Third Ward Tavern No. 2 17 37 Peck's News Stand .',. ie 38 Club 26 12 42 Newell Co.'. 9 45 Winners of four golf tournaments at Freepbrt Country Club were announced Monday by club pro Al Fraz- zimV '^., ' : ' C. MyFish carded a net 66 Sunday to win the Beat the Pro competition. John Secke|-tpok the Men's Racehorse TournglTient Saturday with 42 points on a gross'score of 78. Winners at net 118 for the two best balls of foursome play July 4 were George Gassman, Lou Fauser, Pete Holm and Duane Hasting. Curt Jacobs and Vale- Nortridge beat Mike Rosenstiel and Rich Hiteman two and one in the men's Spring handicap best ball tourney;, Results: Beat the Pro-Net Scores: C. M. Fish 66 Ray Wine 67, Don Jepsen 68, Ben Miller and Bill Sullivan 69. Racehorse Tournament-Gross Scores: John Seeker 78, 42 points; Elmer Hoffman 71,41 points; Ron Bartz 80, 39 points; Jerry Harrington 75, George Schmelzle 78 and Fish 76, a^SS points; and Orland Walker 86, Rich Hiteman 76 and William Dorman Sr. 77, all 37 points. Youth Baseball Little, League Micro Switch 18, Doug's Barber Shop 2 Micro Switch 10, Bordner's Manufacturing 7 ' Colt League Mechanical Inc. 7, 3-M 4 Continental League Freeport Disposal 25, Union Loan & Savings 19, • Peewee League Hersh Realty '8, Knights of Columbus 4 C. B. Air Kings 1, Sword and Stone 0 July 4 Two-Ball Foursome. Net 118- George Gassman, Lou Fauser, Pete Holm and Duane Hasting. Net 124-Ed Heck, Art Levitz, Bob Levitz and Ron Henson tied with Ray, Wine, Terry Mueller; Larry Madden and Dr. Ed Osran. Net 127-Ben Miller Jack Hawkins, Alex Steenrod and Jim Kel- Iner. Net 129-C. M. Fish, Bob Sesterhenn, Joe Abate and Bob Plager tied with Elmer Hoffman, Jim Hayner, Dr. William Sharelis and Bob Vinson. Fuji & Follis Bicycles — Trade-Ins Accepted — Complete Service On All Make Bicycles Loweit Service R.iles In Freeport! CYCLE SHOP On The Plaia 232-2368 Sun .and heat can really do a number on your car. Dulling it> streaking it, bleaching the color out of the finish. Sun't heat and pollutants in the air can pit and corrode the finish.before .your payments are even halfway through. The only way to beat the heat is to. wash your car every week. We'll even, apply a protective shield of tough wax (slightly extra) ... the best sun beater you car ever had. Come in out of the hot sun NOWI UNITEO'S WASH 'N FILL AUTO WASH put to death humanely. With members of her stable family numbed with emotion looking on, Ruffian was lowered into a grave next to Ihe flagpole where earlier in the day the New York Racing Association banner had flown at half-mast. She was the first of all the great horses that have raced in New York to be accorded the honor of a final resting place in the track infield, after owner Stuart A. Janney requested such a burial. , . . • • Among horsemen and horsewomen, there is a constant, supressed fear of- the type of freak accident which shat- Elks Orange Drops Two To Boylan Freeport Elks Legion Orange team lost to Rockford Boylan twice Sunday by scores of 8-0 and 12-& Bruce Hazen hurled a one-hitter for Boylan, allowing only a Ted Stoik double in the top of the seventh. Boylan pushed eight runs across in the sixth inning of the second contest to insure the victory. Legion Orange is in action again tonight against Rockford Guilford. District 13 divisional playoffs begin Saturday. tered Ruffian's right ankle during her $350,000 match, race with Kentucky Derby winner Foolish Pleasure. But this beautiful black filly had captured their hearts also; she was of that rarest of breeds that.transcend horseflesh to take on human identity. That's why many of New York's top trainers had flocked to Dr. William 0 Reed's one-story, brick equine hospital late Sunday night to see if there was some way they might be able to help in the massive efforts being made to save this filly's life.' ' John Russell, Elliott Burch, Reggie Cornell, Sid Waters...it read like a Who's Who of. thoroughbred racing as they stopped by to inquire of the marvelous filly who had won all 10 of her ^previous races with a flair for the sensational. And, when they heard the damage the team of five veterinarians and one orthopedic specialist were trying to repair, they sadly shook their heads. She would have to be docile when the anesthesia wore off and they knew this filly. She had too much spirit. As Dr. Alex Harthill had explained when announcing Ruffian was being put to sleep: "She struggled and fought so hard coming out of the anesthesia she pulled out all the nails in the special shoe." Forbes' Jury Picked; Little Hockey Known TLCTWMTj 1 A Tir\¥ TO Ifi svTnv*. «it * * . «' MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) -Five out of 12 jurors were selected Monday in the assault trial ( of Boston Bruins forward Dave Forbes and indications were those selected knew very little about hockey. Forbes is charged with assault in a fight with Henry Boucha of the Minnesota North Stars. A Hennepin County grand jury brought the aggravated assault charge against Forbes for using his hockey stick on Boucha in a National Hockey League game Jan. 4 between the Bruins and the North Stars. Five out of the first seven jurors questioned were accepted by defense attorney Ron Meshbesher and prosecutor Allen Kaplan. Meshbesher said the indictment was "selective, discriminatory and arbitrary" because it is the first time in Minnesota that an athlete has been charged for conduct during a game. It is also the first trial of its kind in the United States. "We're looking for fair jurors," Meshbesher said. "We have many avid hockey fans here, some for and some against Dave Forbes. We'd like to get the ones that are for him on the jury, but obviously the prosecution won't accept them. The best we can hope to do is weed out those with strong opinions on both sides." This, apparently, was accomplished. Boucha, 24, jumped from the North Stars to the Minnesota Fighting Saints of the WHA last month. After the January fracas he received 25 stitches to close a cut near his right eye and later underwent an operation for double vision. The aggravated assault charge carries a penalty of up to five years in jail and a $5,000 fine. Major League Baseball Leaders By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL ' Leading Batters (based on 200 at * National League Morgn, Madlck, Cash, Bowa, Sangln, Parkr, V.'atson, Joshua, Garvy, Griffey, Cn Ch Phil Phil Pt Ptt Ho SF LA Cn g 78 75 84 58 71 70 79 65 85 69 ab r 272 59 302 43 354 62 251 32 257 29 258 40 295 38 243 34 359 46 226 50 h 96 106 .118 83 84 84 96 78 115 72 pet. .353 .351 .333 .331 .327 .326 .325 .321 .320 .319 Carw, Hargrv, Munsn, Lynn, Wash Hisle, McRa, Mddx, May, Bran, bats) American Mnn Tx NY Bos Oak Mnn KC NY Chi Mnn g 77 74 78 81 60 81 55 76 66 Leaeue ab 284 260 297 262 ,321 220 313 218 277 218 o r 51 48 44 54 47 34 39 36 31 26 h pet. 105 .370 87 .335 97 .327 85 .324 101' .315 69 .314 97 .310 67 .307 83 .300 65 .298 Home Runs National League: Luzinski, Phil 22; Bench, Cin 17; Foster, Cin and Parker,* Pitt 15; Kingman, NY, Schmidt, Phil and Stargell, Pitt 14. American League: Bonds, NY 19; Jackson, Oak 18; Hendrick, Clev, Horton, Det, Mayberry, KC and Burroughs, Tex 6. Runs Batted In , National League: Luzinski, Phil 73; Bench, rtn 69; Morgan, Cin 59; Watson, Hou 57; Staub, NY 56. American League: Horton, Det 60; Lynn, Bos 58;- Scott, Mil 57; May, Bait and Nettles, NY 55. , Stolen Bases National League: Morgan, Cin 38; Brock, St.L 34; Cedeno, Hou 33;, Lopes, LA 32; Concepcion, Cin and Mangual, Mtl 19. American League: Rivers, Cal 46; Washington, Oak 32; Otis, KC 29; North, Oak 23; Remy, Cal and LeFlore, Det 22. Pitching (Based on most victories) National League: Seaver, NY 12-4; Messersmith, LA 12-5; ,Sutton, LA 12-8; Jones, SD 11-5; BiHingham, Cin 10-3; Matlack, NY and McGlotheri, St.L 10-6. American League: Palmer, Bait and- Kaat, Chi 13-5; Blue, Oak 12-6; Busby^' KC 11-6; Tiant, Bos and Hunter, NY 11-8. QUALITY Complete Car-Core Service SUMMER SERVICES And TUNE-UP NOW! 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