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Page 10 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Saturday, July 12, 1975 IOC Veep Says Facilities To lite c CAROL MANN GRIMACES as she misses a birdie putt on the ninth green during the first round of the LPGA Columbus Classic Friday. Miss Mann, who fired seven consecutive birdies, is the first round leader with a slx-under-par 66. - UPI Photo MONTREAL (UPI) - International Olympic -Committee Vice-President Herman Van Karnebeek said Friday he was "convinced" most of the facilities for the XXI Olympiads in Montreal would be ready in time for the July 17, 1976 start of the games. Van Karnebeek, who Sunday winds up a one-week fact-finding tour of the Olympic sites for the IOC, said he was "enthusiastic" about the progress made since a visit by IOC President Lord Killanin in April. ' "We are convinced if the pace is kept up this way, most of the construction now under way will be finished in time." . • Van Karnebeek, accompanied on his tour .in and around Montreal by IOC technical director Harry Banks, said he was impressed at the way the Olympic village had risen to 14 stories since April, when Lord Killanin had seen only the groundwork laid. "It's^ a remarkable project," Van Karnebeek said. "I saw 13 floors and I only expected to see two or three." Banks, who also had accompanied Killanin on his tour of the site, echoed his colleague's surprise at the state of the village. .,.- ,. , , i "I didn't think-I was in the right tplace when I saw 14! stories had gone up," Banks said. "' '. r Van Karnebeek had- : minor qualms ;about progress on the $380 million stadium complex, as had Lord- Killanin before him. "We are worried sometimes that it Olympiad Time won't be finished in time," he said. /And.under-..no condition can the sta- .jv -diuni tioVfee ready before we need it. • J 'But we jhave (Montreal) Mayor ; vfein Drarjeatifs reassurance that the thing will be ready, and we go by his •;. word'.' 1 '"'•'•• ; v The, visit by Van Karnebeek and .Banks was the s.econd IOC inspection tour since last February's IOC meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland. At that time, IOC officials made an agreement with Olympics organizers in Montreal to send a delegation to the sites once very three months to assess construction progress and report back to the IOC, ' . CINCINNATI (UPI) t Johnny Bench's three-run first .inning homer powered Cincinnati ; to-a 4-1 victory over the New York Mets and a sweep of a Friday night dbubleheader that extended the Reds' season-high winning streak to eight games. Pete Rose's bases-loaded infield-tilt climaxed a three-run sixth inning rally that gave the Reds a 4-3 victory in the opener. . . Bench's homer came' in the opening On Rolling inning game after Rose's double and a 'Walk to Ken Griffey. Victim of the : homer, Bench's 19th, was rookie right- hander Randy Tate. An eighth inning homer by Dan Driessen off Ken Sanders accounted for the Reds' final run. Clay Kirby gained his seventh victory against three losses, but depaited after six scoreless innings when he suffered a .recurrence df an old shoulder injury. The Mets' only run in the nightcao Carol Mann Leads At Columbus B ucs Sweep Pad res COLUMBUS (UPI) - Lanky Carol Mann shot a six-under-par 66, including a record-tying 29 on the back side, to take a one-shot lead at the end of the first round of the $65,000 Ladies Professional Golf Association Columbus Classic Friday. Miss Mann, who had a string of seven straight birdies on her 'second nine, holds a one-shot lead over hometown favorite Pam Higgins and a two- stroke edge over Gerda Boykiri and Sandra Haynie, who both had four-un- ,der68s on the 6,200yard, par-72 Riviera 35 And Over Slow Pitch Results as of July 10 . Standings. W L Freeport Glass - 80 Crawford Drugs ""' 62 Eagles ;;!".'.'.""!e 2 Corner .Kitchen 4 4 Deiningers '. 44 Kelly Springfield ". 4 4 Dairy Dreem '"3 5 Newell Companies '"l 7 Kiwanis "o 8 This week's results: Deiningers 5, Kelly-Springfield 4; Freeport Glass 6, Kelly Springfield 4; Crawford Drugs 10, Newell Companies 8; Deiningers 15, Kiwanis 4; Eagles 9, Dairy Dreem 0. Playoff Games July 17: Kiwanis v. Neweu, 6 p.m., north diamond; Deiningers v. Dairy Dreem, 6 p.m., west diamond; Freeport Glass v. Corner Kitchen, 7 p.m., north diamond; Eagles v. Kelly-Springfield, 7 p.m., west diamond; Crawford's Drug, bye. Country Club course. Miss Mann, whose only practice this week came in Wednesday's pro-am event because of her involvement in the selection of a new LPGA commissioner, played the back nine first and made the turn in one-over-par 37. But she then reeled off birdies on No. 1 through 7 with putts of 10, 2, 4, 4, 20~ 6 and 3 feet and missed,getting an eighth straight bird when her 18-footer on No. 8 stopped three inches short of falling. She had only one bogey in the round. "Going.down No. 1,1 said to myself, 'Gee, there's $9,200 at stake in this tournament. Get it going,'" she said. Miss Higgins, whose only tour victory came in 1971, bettered her previous best score by one stroke in holding second place by herself. "I didn't hit the ball very.well," said Miss Higgins. 'T'just kept it in play and putted very well." Miss Haynie, who won the Columbus event in 1971, missed only one green in her round of 34-34-68 and took her only bogey when she three-putted the 17th hole. Mrs. Boykin, who is a part time tour player, birdied her final four holes to jump into contention. "I drove the ball well and hit some good irons close to the hole," said the German-born Mrs. Boykin, whose best finish was a tie for second two years ago at Tucson when she lost in a three- way playoff. Three shots off the pace with three- under-par 69s were Diane Patterson, FREEPORT SPEEDWAY Stock Car Races Every Sunday —'65 Or Newer LATE MODEL STOCK CARS Gen. Adm. ....$3.00 Age 8-15 ..$1.00 7 And Under FREE Track Opens 5:00 Hot Laps..... ......7:00 First Race 7:30 South Walnut St. Road FREEPORT, ILLINOIS SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS NOW! 1975 DEMONSTRATOR SALE 1975 FORD GRANADA 2-DR. GHIA No. C-798. It's q beautiful dark brown metallic in color with a beige vinyl roof set off with a deluxe beige cloth interior. Equipped with 302 Cu. In. 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Joannj^, earner, the 1974 player of the year, and Sandra Post, whose shot 29 inches from the pin on the 16th hole is' the early leader for a new car, were among a large group at 71. PITTSBURGH (UPI) - Willie Star gell drove in three runs with a solo homer and a pair of singles and rookie southpaw John Candalaria pitched a four-hit shutout Friday to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to 5-0 victory, over "the San Diego Padres and a sweep of-a twi-night • doubleheader. The Pirates won the opener 6-2 behind the hitting of Dave Parker, who tripled, doubled and scored twice,- and the pitching of Dave Giusti, who picked up his llth save of the seaspn and third in as many nights. Candalaria allowed the bases to fill in,the first inning with one out, but struck out the next two batters and breezed to his fourth" win and third complete game against only one de- feat. He struck "put eight. Stargell, who upped his RBI total to 53 for the season, singled home Rennie Stennet for the Pirates' first run in the first inning of the nightcap, singled home.Al Oliver to make the score 2-0 in the fourth and then added a solo homer in" the eighth .for the final Pittsburgh run. To Suns Slip By Celtics In Highland Summer League Basketball Tom Norman sunk two free throws with six seconds remaining in the game to give the Suns a 73-72 victory over the Celtics Thursday night in a matchup of two unbeaten teams in the Highland College Summer Basketball League. In other play Thursday, the unde- Little League All-Star Games Today Local All-Star games for three youth baseball leagues are scheduled this afternoon at the Read Park West diamond. The Pee Wee League game is set at 2 p.m., Continental League at 4 p.m. and Little League at 6 p.m. Little League teams from both the American and National divisions will take part in the district all-star tournament next week at Morrison. The'Freeport American division team takes on Rock Falls Monday, and the National division sqaud will play Sterlingd's National team on Tuesday. Both games will begin at 7 p.m. The winner of the Morrison tournament will advance to the Libertyville sectional July 28. Other ,teams in Morrison's District 19 tourney are Rochelle, Sterling American and host Morrison. Shannon Tips Fastbacks In 44\Hit Slugfdst Shannon scored seven runs in the seventh inning to beat the Freeport Fastbacks 18-16 Thursday in Shannon : in a game that featured 34 runs and 44 hits. I Only two of the 20 women playing failed to get at least one hit in the contest. The Fastbacks scored 1Q runs in the second inning and carried a 12-2 " lead into the fifth. Shannon got rolling then, however, scoring four in the fifth, five in the sixth and seven in the seventh. The Fastbacks picked up two each \r\ the fifth and .seventh. Shannon stands 6-1 on the season, and the .Fastbacks fall to 4-3 in the''. league. Freeport travels to Lena Sunday. Pack Signs Sims GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI) -The Green Bay Packers said Friday they have signed Rudy Sims, one of the Canadian Football League's top defensive linemen. . Sims, a 6-foot, 255-pound former Florida A&M star, is seen as the answer to the,:Packers need for an explosive pass rusher. Women's Tennis Results Results of Tuesday evening's Freeport Tennis Club's women's competition are: Elaine Bauscher, first; Shir- . ley Van Zee, second; and Judy Wolfe, third. i , , .- , Completing the top 10 were: Diane i Schwendinger, Gayle Klepper, Connie Highland, Terry Brown, Paula Teasdale, Susan Ostrum and Vicki Mercier. . • , Wednesday morning place finishers .were Judy Ingram, first; and Sandy Rapp, Linda Rosendal and DewAnq Langdon, jail tied for second. Mixed Doubles Winners Dick and Diane Schwendinger won the Freeport Tennis Club Thursday night mixed doubles competition in Group A. No Group B winner was announced. "Ed Kirkpatrick drove in the other two Pirate runs in the fifth with his second homer of the year after Stennett had doubled. In; r the opener, Pittsburgh jumped: ahead 1-0 in the first inning, added another in JJie second and the Padres never caught up. They put the game out of reach in the eighth when Giusti singled home Parker who had tripled and then scored himself on Manny . ... Sanguillen's single to make it 6-2. in Unbeaten Jim Hooker boosted his record to 7-4 in the opener, but was taken out after 7% innings as Giusti came on to preserve the victory. feated Knicks kept rolling with a 96-74 win over the Rockets, the Warriors edged the Cavaliers 76-75 and the: Pistons ripped the Bullets 65-50. The Celtics called time after Norman converted the pair and inbounded the ball at midcourt. But the Suns' Phil Gassman tied up Dan Marske for a jump ball, the Suns got the tip, then ran out the clock for the triumph. Norman and the Celts' Doug Felder tied for game scoring honors with 24 apiece. Gassman and Marske chipped in 16 each. The Suns will go against the Knicks next Thursday with the league lead going to the wiiinei. Kandy Weick hit 34 points to pace the Knicks against the Rockets. Ralph Sager added 20. SUNS (73) - Pitloefer 6-0-12;' T. Norman 11-2-24; Gassman 8-0-16; Ruthie 4-1-9; Kemp 5-2-12. CELTICS (72) - Jones 4-0-8; Johnson 1-24; Felder 12-0-24; Marske 7-2-16; Ruckman 6-0-12; Preston 2-0-4; Eilders 2-0-4. PISTONS (65) - Stewart 5-1-11; Lobdell9- 0-28; Niedermeier 3-0-6; Jackson 1-0-2; Bellich 3-0-6; Edwards 1-0-2; Joyce 0-0-0; Landolt 6-0-12; Baker 4-0-8; Zimmerman 0-0-0. BULLETS (50) - Bornemen 4-0-8; Schneiderman 4-0-8; Thompson 0-0-0; Evers 8-0-16; Bradley 2-0-4; Dahms 4-0-8; Stewert 3-0-6. WARRIORS (76) - Shipp 11-0-22; Linden 11-0-22; Green 5-0-10; Jenkins 7-0-14; Hoffman 2-0-4; Flemming 1-0-2; Brown 1-0-2. CAVALIERS (75) - Goeke 9-1-19; Meinert 5-0-10; Wieand 11-0-22; Fehr 7-0-14; Benning 6-0-12. KNICKS (96) - Wieck 17-0-34; Sager 10-020; Gorski 3-0-6; Hillmer 8-0-16; McCormick 2-0-4; Ross 7-0-14. ROCKETS (74) - Zumdahl 6-0-12; Krusey 6-0-12; Osterloo 5-0-10; Dollmeyer 7-0-14; Kilke 4-0-8; Ross 9-0-18. Dodgers Nip Cardinals 6-5 ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Bill Buckner delivered a two-run single in the seventh inning following an error by second baseman Ted Sizemore on a potential double play ball Friday night to give the Los Angeles Dodgers a 6-5 triumph over the St. Louis Cardinals. Los Angeles St. Louis ab r h bi ab r h bi Lopes 2b 5210 Brock If 5021 Buckner If 4133 Sizemore 2b 4100 Marshall p 0000 Smith rf 4110 Wynn cf 4000 Simmons c 3022 Garvey Ib 3111 Fairly Ib '3001 Hale rf 4000 Melendez cf 4120 Cey 3b 4011 Reitz 3b 4121 Russell ss 3000 Tyson ss 2000 DeJesus ss 0000 Davis ph 1010 Yeager c 4110 Hrabosky p 0000 Rau p 2010 Forsch p 2110 Brewer p 0001 Bradford ph 1000 Lee If 1110 Carman p 0000 Paciorek If 1000 McBride ph 1000' Guerrero ss 0000 Totals 35 6 9 6 Totals 34 5 11 5 Los Angeles 2M Ml 2N- S St. Louis ON 031 IN-5 E-Cey, Reitz, Sizemore. DP-Los Angeles 2, St. Louis 1. LOB-Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 7. 2B-Yeager, Reitz 2, Forsch, Garvey. 3B-Buckner. SB-Lopes. S-RusseU, Tyson. SF-Garvey, Fairly. ipv h r -er bb so Ran 41-3 6 4 4 2 3 Brewer 12-3 3 1 1 0 1 Marshall W 4-5 3 20013 Forsch 6 74-306 Carman L 2-4 2 22101 Hrabosky l 00002 WP-Forsch. T-2:45. A-32,007. came when pinch hitter Ed doubled with one out off Clay Carroll in the eighth. One out later Carroll, walked Felix Millan and John Milner to load the bases and reliever Wiy McEnaney came and promptly plunked Rusty Staub with a pitched ball to force in the run. ..' McEnaney, who gained a save in the nightcap, also picked up a save in the first game by retiring the side in the ninth after Joe Torre led off with a single. Tony Perez's 13th homer of the season, coming in the second inning/gave the Reds their first run in the opener and they sewed up the game with a three-run splurge in the sixth climaxed by Rose's bases-loaded infield hit. Fred Norman (5-3) was the winner. Braves Top Expos In 10 iATLANTA (UPI) - Earl Williams' one-out soft single over first base brought in Marty Perez "with the winning run in the 10th inning Friday night to give the Atlanta "Braves a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Expos. Perez walked and went to second on Darrell Evans' single to left. Gary Carter hobbled the ball, the sixth error of the night by the Expos, and Perez moved to third. Williams then popped a soft fly that fell just at the edge of the outfield grass to score Perez. Reliever Dale Murray was the victim, suffering his third loss in five decisions. Tom House (3-2) gained the win in relief of Phil Niekro. Indians Top \ Angels ANAHEIM (UPI) - .Rookie Rick Manning's seventh inning inside-the- park homer with John Lowenstein aboard with a double sparked the Cleveland Indians a 5-3 victory over the California Angels Friday night. The 20-year-old Manning belted his first big league homer came off reliever Mickey Scott and sped around the bases after Angel outfielders Mickey Rivers and Dave Collins collided on the play. , Cleveland California abrhbi abrhbi Lowenstn dh 4 1 1 1 Remy 2b 4120 Kuiper 2b 4010 Rivers cf 4000 Manning rf 4112 Collins If 4131 Spikes rf 0000 Lahoud dh 4111 Powell Ib 4221 Stanton rf • 3010 Hendrick cf 3 0 1 0 Chalk 3b 3010 Gamble If 4000 Doherty Ib 3001 Ellis c 4011 Harper ph 1000 Bell 3b 4000 Rodriguez c 4 0 1 0 Duffy ss 4110 Miley ss 3000 Harrison p 0000 Llenas ph 1000 LaRoche p 0 0 0 0 Lange p <0 0 0 0 Scott p 0000 Totals 35 5 g 5 Totals 34 3 9 3 Cleveland MI1M3M-5 California m N3 IN- 3 E-Doherty, Ellis 2. DP-Cleveland 1 LOB-Cleveland 5, California 6 2B-Stanton, Lahoud, Duffy, Lowenstein. mi-Powell (15), Manning (1). SB-Remy, Harrison W4-2 .8 P 9 3 T't " LaRoche l 00003 LangeLS-2 61-3 74421 Scott 22-3 1 11 0 0 Harrison pitched to 1 batter-in 9th Save-LaRoche (6). WP-Harrison. T-2:20. A-9,034. WANT ADS WANT AD Hours 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.' Monday through Friday LEGALS Legal Notices BID NOTICE On August 5,1975, the Board of Education, Dakota Community Unit Schools, District No. 201, Dakota, IU., will open bids and proposals for materials, supplies and concrete contracts for the' 1975-76 Building Trades Project. Bids will be opened at 8 p.m. at the Dakota High School on August 5th. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all quotations. Specifications, material lists and blueprints are available at the Superintendent's Office, Dakota Elementary Building, Dakota, 111. 61018. . 7-11-12-14-31 POLLUTION VARIANCE THE Kelly-Springfield Tire Company of Freeport, (Stephenson County) 111., has filed with the Environmental Protection Agency and Pollution Control Board a Petition for Variance. Title IX of the Environmental Protection -Act provides for individual variances upon proof by the Petitioner thai compliance with specific provisions of the Act, related regulations and/or Board Opinions would impose upon the Petitioner an "arbitrary Legal Notices or unreasonable hardship." The_ Petitioner alleges such a hardship, and, requests permission to apply a fish toxicant to a private lake situated on Petitioner's property. Application of the fish toxicant will eliminate a nuisance fish population, enabling Petitioner to restopk the lake with game fish. \ The Environmental Protection Agency solicits the views of persons who might be adversely affected by the granting of the variance. Any comments or inquiries should be addressed to: Variance Section, Division of Water Pollution Control, Springfield, Illinois, 62706, (217/782-2027). Formal objections to the petition may be filed in writing with the Clerk-of the Pollution Control Board, 309 W. Washington St., Chicago, Illinois, 60606. 6-28-7-5-12 STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT STEPHENSON COUNTY, In the Interest of DARRYL DONNELL BAKER (SELLERS) NO. 75J76 TO: ROY SELLERS AND TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOJ 75J76 Take notice'that on July 10, 1975 a petition was filed under the Juvenile Court Act by Barry Anderson, Assistant State's Attorney in and' for Stephenson County, Illinois^ in the'Circuit Court of Stephenson County entitled "In the Interests of Darryl Donnell Baker (Sellers) a minor" and that in Court Room No. 202 on the 12th day of August, 1975 at the hour of 9)30 A.M., or as soon thereafter as this .cause may be heard, an initial hearing will be held upon thelpetitton to have the child declared to be a ward of the court under that Act. the Court has authority in this proceeding to take from you the custody ana guardianship of the minor. Now, unless you* appear at the hearing and show i cause, against the petition, the petition may be taken 'for.confessed as, against you and each of you, and an order, judgment or decree entered. ETHACHAMPLIN Clerk of the Circuit Court pro tern 7-12-lt Legal Notices STATE OF/ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT STEPHENSON COUNTY In the Interest of: LAMAREO BAKER, A Minor _ NO. 75J75 TO ROBERT BROWN AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Take notice that on July 10, 1975 a petition was filed under the Juvenile Court ,Act by Barry Anderson, Assistant State's Attorney in and for Stephenson County, Illinois, in the Circuit Court of Stephenson County entitled "In the Interests of La- mareo Baker, a minor"; that in Court Room No. 202 on the 12th day of August, 1975 at the hour of 9:30 A.M., or as soon thereafter as this cause may be heard, an initial hearing will be held upon the petition to Have the child declared to be a ward of the court under that Act. The Court has authority in this proceeding to take from you the custody and guardianship of the minor. ' Now, unless you appear at the hearing and show cause against the petition, the petition may be taken for confessed as against you and each of you, and an order, judgment or decree entered. ETHA CHAMPLIN, Clerk of the Circuit Court pro tern 7-12-lt ANNOUNCEMENTS Card Of Thanks MATHIOT - Words qannot express our deep; appreciation for the many acts of kindness shown during the loss of our loved one. Your prayers and kind words, cards, flowers and memorials shall always be remembered. "• The Family Of The Late HARRY MATHIOT Monuments, Cemetery Lots 9 ENGELS 'MONUMENT WORKS Cor. Demeter Dr. & W. Empire PHONE 232-911.9 * FLACHTEMEIER Established 1874 807 S. Adams Ave. 232-2312 Personals 10 A BI-CENTENNIAL keepsake 13 Colony spoons with spod'n rack. C. H. Little & Co., 24 E. Stephenson. Personals 10 ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN! ARE YOTJ PREPARED? INSURE WITH US Western States Insurance Co. 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