Page 10 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Thursday, July 10, 1975 ARE YOU IMPUGNING MY HONOR, SIR? Umpire Marty Sprlngsteadsi answers a question of competence posed by Cleveland Indians manager Frank Robinson in the second Inning of Wednesday's game against 1 the Oakland A's, The Mustache Gang toppled the Tribe 3-1 and swept the three, game series. Without a question. UPI Photo. Major League Baseball Leaders By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL • - National Mdlck, Mrgn, Srtglln, Cash, Simmons, Parkr, Joshu, Watson, Bowa, Ch Cn Pt Phil St.L Pt SF H Phi Brck, St.L g 75 80' 73 86 si 72 67 81 60 76 League . ab. r. 302 43 279 58 264 29 362 63 286 44 266 41 250 36 303 38 259 32 299 51 • American h. 106 97 88 119 94 87 81 98 83 95 pet. .351 .348 .333 .329 .3?9 .327 .324 .323 .320 .318 Carw, Hrgrv, Lynn, Mnsn, ' Wash Hisl, McRa, Mddx, Bran, Mn Tx Bos NY Oak Mnn KG ••'NY • Mn, Yastrzem. 1 Bos, g 78 "75 75 .80 , 83 60 83 ,55 69 81 League . ab. r. 288 52 • •264 '48 . 267 56 305 ,4i« 328,51 22^34 321 41 218; t36 226 ,28 292 53 h. ,106' 90 ,89 •M 104 '69 99 67 68 87 pet. .368 .341 .333 .325 .317 .314 .308 .307 .301 .298 Youth Baseball League Standings Through July 6 Little League American Division W L Kelly-Springfield 82 Newell Companies 7 3 Bordner Manufacturing 4 3 Micro Switch ". 2 5 Doug's Hairstyling ;.' 26 John Knobel & Son 2 7 National Division Koym Electric and Lighting 8 0 Furst-McNess ...6 3 Garrity Drugs.... 6 3 Kiwanis Club 5 5 W. T. Rawleigh Co 1 7 State Bank of Freeport 0 8 Continental League American Division W L Doug's Hairstyling 7 4 Messing & Becker .6 3 King Krispy '....6 4 Snitzel's 5 4 Union Loan & Savings 3 6 Freeport Disposal ; -.-..I 7 National Division . Freeport Police Dept...... 8 2 Associated'Electronics .....'.". 8 3 Moose Lodge...,„ ..-..,,..,.6 2 Wagner Printing Co. .'..„.. 3 6 Lions Club < ;.....•..::..;....' 3 7 Cheeseman Construction Co 1 9 Peewee League American Division.'........,... W L First National Bank .............7 2' Freeport Blacktop 6 3 Kentucky Fried Chicken.,.......?.:......4 5" Freeport Journal-Standard.... ...3 3 Cosmopolitan Club '..' 3 4 Firefighters Auxiliary 3 6 Doug's Hairstyling............... v ;.,;.;....3 7 National .Division ••< , ;1 v- Hersh Realtors : 9 1 Sword and Stone 5 3 CB Air Kings .....5 3 Western States Mutual., 3 5 Carman Construction Co 2 4 Bonanza: Sirloin Pit......7 ,,. ..,2 5 Knights of Columbus ......!....-:.....2 7 CC Junior Golfers Take Valley Tourney Freeport Country Club Junior Golfers captured first place in the Rock Valley Tournament held at Freeport this week. Leading the Freeport victory with first places were Jerry Vickers and Mike Martin, boys 14 to 15, with a best ball score of 74; and Valerie Demik and Sue Yell, girls 13 and under, with a best ball score of 50 for nine holes. Second-place team points were garnered by Greg Mueller and Pat Kel- Iner, boys 12 to 13, with a best ball score of 86; and Ann Gould and Liz Patrou, girls 14 to 17, with a best ball score of 44 for nine holes. Freeport competitors winning individual points included Vickers with a 76, good for a first place in the boys 14 to 17 division, and Valerie DeMik with a 52 for nine holes for a win in the girls 13 and under category. The Freeport squad joined the association last yearand has been successful in securing second-place finishes. At midseason'-'th'p local club was ranked second'in'the association to Rockford's Mauh-Nah-Tee-See Coun- .try Club Team. The loop's other three teams lag in the standings' considerably. ' Two Tourneys Slated At Park Hills Courses Two tournaments are scheduled for the Park Hills Golf Courses this summer. The Park Hills Men's Championship qualifying rounds begin July 19 oh the west course. Match play begins the.(ol- lowing day and continues July 26 and 27. All entries must tee off by 1 p.m. for the qualifying round and air entry fees will be fully returned in prize money. There will be three prizes' in each flight plus a medalist prize for-the qualifying round. Also, the 1975 Men's City Golf Championship Tournament .(composed of 54 holes) begins Aug. 2. One round will be played at Freeport Country Club,and the other two at Park Hills. '.;• Participants must tee off .by 2 p.m. that day. : ; • ^ HELP SUPPORT —FREEPORT— BOYS' BASEBALL • PONY LEAGUE • COLT LEAGUE • AMERICAN LEGION Boys Age 13-18 TAG DAY FRIDAY, JULY 11 The money contributed will be used to fulfill the year's program . . . additional equipment, umpires, insurance, toyrnarheqt expense, etc. Outside contributions would be greatly appreciated. Please send to Jim Adkins; Treasurer, Boys Baseball, 1506 Winter Pr., Freeport, III. 61032. ' ' » OUR ONLY FUND-RAISING PROGRAM OF THE YEAR-YOUR SUPPORT APPRECIATED. A's, NEW YORK (UPI) - The Oaklartd A's and New York Yankees held a virtual stranglehold on the starting Amer- ' ican League All-Star team, winning seven of the eight opening positions announced today by.Commissioner Bowie Kuhn. ': ',._ . ;, ;i ;.. \ •• .-. _ '.': The A's, world champions the past three seasons and with a comfortable lead in the AL West, placed'four players - first baseman Gene Tenace, shortstop Bert Campaneris and out- 1 fielders Reggie Jackson and Joe Rudi -on the starting roster. Oakland pitchers Vida Blue and Rollie Fingers had earlier been selected to play in Tuesday night'S'46th All-Star Game in Milwaukee. The Yankees, in'second.place in the AL East, will be represented in the opening lineup by catcher Thurman Women's Golf At Park Hills 18 holes: First flight-low net: Mrs. Gerald Peterson, Mrs. Joseph Zelma; low putts: Mrs. Lester .Werntz. Second flight- low net: Mrs. A. J. Gordon; low putts: Mrs. .Frank Park. Third flight-low net:Mrs. James Quayle; low putts: Mrs.'L. W. Lyon 9 holes: First night-low net: Mrs. W. Neil Brown; low putts: Mrs. Norman Dow. Second* night-low net: Mrs. Donald Schmidt, Mrs. Bruce Swartz; low putts r Mrs. Keith Evans. Third flight-low, net: Miss Helen Goembel; low putts: Mrs. Gerald DeVon Fourth night-low net: Miss Helen Demeter; low putts: Mrs. James Ryan. ',_,,• At Freeport Country Club 18 holes: First night-low net: Mrs. Frank Fufst; low putts: Mrs. Harold Born. Second night-low net: Mrs. L. F. Kahl, Mrs. H R Rubendall, Mrs. Ted Seely; Ipw putts: Mrs G. B. Emrtck. Third night-low net: Mrs. Roscoe Haas; low 'putts:' Mrs. Edward Ryan. <; '> • • • •" • • • 9 holes: First flight-low 'net: -Mrs. John Seeker; low putts: Mrs. Robert Stuart and Mrs. Robert Schmelzle. Second flight-low net: Mrs. Joe Shelly; low putts: Mrs. William Koenig. Third flight-low net: Mrs. William Trunck; low putts: Mrs. Donald Jepsen. July '4th tournament-low net: Mrs. Harold Cowan; sweepstakes: Mrs, Paul Gould. Elks Legion Ojrange Dumps Guilford 5-2 Freeport Elks Legion Orange baseball team scored four runs in the first two innings and added another insurance tally ( in the sixth to rap Guilford 52 Tuesday at Krape Park. Ed Corran allowed two leadoff Guilford runs in the first, then settled down to fashion a one-hitter. The triumph brings Legion Orange to 4-7 on the season. The squad will play again at 10 a.m. Saturday in. the American Legion District 13 baseball ' tourney at Mount Morris. .... ' Clinic, All Star Game For State's Seniors In Normal Saturday The state's top 45 class A and AA seniors will compete Saturday in the first all-star basketball games in the state's history. Four ^squads,'two from each class,, will compete in north-south games sponsored- by. the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and the Abe Saperstein Foundation. In addition to the games, the coaches, association will sponsor a clinic Friday and Saturday. '."Little League Koym Electric, 6, Kiwanis 4 Kelly-Springfield 3, Micro Switch 0 .Munson, third baseman Graig Nettles arid'outfielder Bobby Bonds. Pitcher Catfish "Hurtter was selected earlier! ,Minnesota, second baseman Rod Cartw, the highest vote'getter on the .team, was the only player to.break the Oakland-New York axis. Carew^who joins Cincinnati's Johnny Bench as the only players elected to start by? ; the . fans' in all six years ;df fan voting, .was named on almost half of the ballots cast. : ':,.'.'• ••"• .' ..-'• .Carew, the AL's leading batter at .368, received 3,165,614 votes, and has now named an All-Star starter in each of his nine major league seasons since breaking into the AL in 1967. Tenace, who will be making.his All- Star game debut, beat r out Texas' Mike Hargrove, 1,241,377 to, 1,2^6,904,1^ the closest battle in the voting. ;/-v ?Nettles put on a'late spurtto-edge past the A's' Sal Bando arid the Indians' Buddy Bell arid will be making his All-Star game debut, too. Campaneris, a four-time All-Star, started the past two years, but was also in a fairly close battle, holding off Milwaukee's Robin Yount, 1.484,314 to 1,172,258. ' Munson is making his second starting appearance, having opened-the 1974 All-Star contest after an injurjtftp Boston's Carlton Fisk. Munson, who also saw action in the 1971 and 1973 classics, drew the second highest vote' total of 2,068,535. .; :.^-: Bonds received the lion's share of the outfield votes in his first season in the AL, receiving 1,767,198 votes, and will be making his first starting appearance in an All-Star Game. Bonds, traded for Bobby Murcer before the start of this season, was the 1973 All- Star game's Most Valuable Player as a San Francisco Giant. v Jackson, with 1,590,346, is a four- time starter and a five-time All-Star; Rudi, at 1,460,338, is starting for the first time, but making his third All-Star appearance. • ; Boston's Fred .Lynn, a write-in <can- didatej received'a last-minute rush to finish fourth in the balloting,, missing a starter's spot by 44,374 votes. In addition to Blue, Fingers and Hunter, the other AL pitchers chosen by manager. Al Dark of Oakland are Baltimore's Jim Palmer, California's Nolan Ryan, Kansas City's Steve Busby and; Chicago's Jim Kaa11 and Rich Gbssage. . '""'• ' The National League starters, an- jounced Wednesday, also reflects a two-team monopoly, with Los Angeles and Cincinnati capturing seven of the eight positions. The Reds are represented by Joe Morgan at second base, Dave Concepcion at shortstop,.Johnny Bench at catcher and Pete Rose in the outfield. The Dodgers have Steve .Garvey at first base, Ron Cey at third base and Jimmy Wynn in the outfield. St. Louis' Lou Brock earned the other .outfield spot. The Reds put no one on manager Walt Alston's pitching staff, tut he picked three of his own -Don Sutton, Andy Messersmith and Mike Marshall, as Well as Tom Seaver and Jon Wat- lack of New York, Jerry Reuss. of Pittsburgh, Tug McGraw of Philadelphia, Phil Niekro of Atlanta and Randy Jones of San Diego. The AL reserves were to be an-' nounced late Thursday; the NL alternates early Friday. 41 MILWAUKEE BEER Case 24-12 Oz. Bottles $335 Plus Deposit SCHLITZ BEER 12 Pak-12 Oz. Cans:.;: •j PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER Pak-12 Oz. Cans...: 6 Summertime Means Savings At Walnut Hill.. 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