The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 24, 1969 · Page 19
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 19

Des Moines, Iowa
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Thursday, July 24, 1969
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Smith's 2-Hitter, Slugging" A-A.V. Swim Put East Past Saydel, 3-0 Begln ' Satttrday nesday night. Imith slapped his first of tw$ doubles after Dennis O'fcoyle singled and Bob Cobley fe#hed base on a fielder's choice. .The Scarlet added a run In UM sixth on Tom Powell's lead-off single to center, in error and O'Boyle's bloop single. East advances to district action at Indianola Friday to meet the host team at 8 p.m. Bv«ni arid Pratt; Smith and Powell. SET DISTRICT BASEBALL SCHEDULE fcOONE, IAr. (AP)-The Iowa High School Athletic Association has announced the following summer baseball tournaments. Games start at 8 p.m. today and Friday. DISTRICT 1 final at North Wed- ACEFORHINTZ Dr. Charles Hlntz carded a hole-in-one on the 145-yard No. 3 hole on the north course at the Des Moines Golf and Coun- (The Reciter's low* News service) IOWA FALLS, LV - The Iowa Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics Long-Course swimming and diving championships and the Scenic City Open swimming meet will be held Jhere Saturday and Sunday. The diving will Mart at 5 p.m. try Club Wednesday. He used a-| Saturday and swimming at 9 S-wood. jam.'Sunday. BEMAN HURT, OUT OF MEET AKRON, OHIO (AP) - Dcanc B«man, who was injured in a pickup baseball game, pulled out of the |1»,000 American Golf Classic Wednesday while Dave Hill, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus made late arrivals. Beman,- Texas Open champion and one Of the tour's top irtioney winners, told tournament i officials he suffoftfd rib injuries when he collided with Jim Col- jbert while thfcy and Beman's 'children were flaying baseball near their hotel. ! "I got him" with a cross- I body block," Colbert Joked. Hill, winner of three of his last four tournaments including last week's Philadelphia Classic, arrived Wednesday afternoon. Tournament officials were not certain he would play because of a minor hand injury. N i c k I a u s, the defending champion, and Palmer also 1 were among the last of the 144 i man field to check in for lo-| day's start of the 72-hole event on the 7,180-yard par 70 Firestone Country Club course. • Nicklaus, who beat Frank Beard and Lee Elder in a five- hole playoff last year, is one of j the favorites for the (25,000 first prize because of the length of the course. Bit evn Nteklaus, the tagett Utter en the tow, may have trouble reaching the per I ilHeenth hole. The 625-yard hole is the longest on the tour. Other favorites include Hill, the tour's leading money winner, Beard, Dan Stkes, Bruce Crampton, R. H. Sikcs, and Tommy Jacobs. The only major names missing are Billy Casper, Gary Player, British Oped champ Tony Jacklfn and Bob Charles of New Zealand. | Des Moirtes Register ] Thun., July 24, 1969 RAMBLES TO VICTORY OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP) - Nashandy won the feature Wednesday at Monmouth Park. Joe and Schmidt Sign Jet Pacts HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) Veteran center John Schmidt and reserve fullback Billy Jo« signed Wednesday with tha New York Jets. , Virlon Biggs, a defensive end, ; worked ont for the first time In nine days. He was idled by a | back sprain, suffered while getting out of an automobile. DISTRICT I I«|..> li'S'"."* "}.-••• " -«'"iii nui.iv Y«. Monday! ' " 8m * *' EIK «" er i DISTRICT! ne Friday — Assumption 'Hum vs. Chnicn; at SoringvilK • • ™»F _—. Kennedy (Cedar Rapids) vs. Center Polnti final name at Solon Monday DISTRICT 4 At Palrfleld Friday - Falrfleld vs. Bur llnqton at New Sharon, Twin Cedars (Bus- JJVL V ». Norway; final oame at Falrlleld Monday. DISTRICT 1 MKMW, WBS& cT,yWsi w».feteB?aMr.r Cltv) flnjl DISTRICT i A^f 1 , rtay ^^p I final aarna'al DISTRICT 7 DISTRICT • TENNIS TITLES TO JABEN, ROTH Rae Jaben won the women's Class II singles title and Terri Roth captured the girls' Class II 1546-year-old crown in the City tennis tournament at Birdland Wednesday. Miss Jaben gained the final with a victory over Diane Finley and defeated Judy Eiachen, 6-0 and W, for the title. Miss Roth downed Leslie Myron in tha final, 4-8,6-2, M. MIN 'ffi >ir*^; Jt *jBifa .-., IMjDennls •OYS'11-U ' beat Pom Zal r-,- ln§ beat Roger Stetson belt Cnsse i A . beat Mtrk Miln.--, Oyrwaii, fro, «-0; bray MYS' H-AND.UNDBR <,^^^}^ 3 A^£'Xti.** WOMIN ^bMt itehr. RdeiMnirbMt ault; Johnson- v bv default; r-Bolten, 10-2. iollumrtiura Knelt; Andersen . land beat Williams.*.* Mcco'll! Rota^;beafWjTljamY,>j;j b«af Diane Flnley; Judy .... Diane Shev; Jaben beat Elschen, M, t-f. Deukles—McCoMum-Wa ace beat Andersen-Van Why, 104; K. MeCellum.willlBms beat Bennett-Jenkins, 7-5, *-J; Roland- Schaumbura beat McCollum-Wallace, 7-5, 7-3. OIRLS' 13-U Dwktas-Orlfflth-Stetun beat Ntul-Nli- tl, 4-1, Mi Griffith-Station beat Metei- man-Comlsktv. ..*•>, «-Ji. Hayes-Ransem beat Wagoonar-Nlelson, 7-t, M, t-2, OIRU' 1M4 Lions 9 Captain Bradshaw Quil BLOOMFIRLD HILLS, MI (AP) — Tackle Charlie Bradshaw, 33, offensive captain of the Detroit Lions last year and an 11-year National Football League veteran, disclosed his retirement Wednesday. Bradshaw, who will remain in Houston where he U a lawyer, said hit decision stemmed from knaa surgery he had lart Marco, Hii was injured at the and of last season. Bradshaw spent the last two yein with Detroit after being acquired from New Orleans Saints, Be also played with Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Los AQgeles. Ram*' Detective Work Pays Off GREEN BAY, WIS. (AP) - A Les Angeles Rams medical diagnosis was accurate after all, and flanker Flaudis James is undergoing knee surgery, possibly today. The Packers had cancelled a Los Angeles trade involving Jame after the Rams said he reported to their training camp with an injured knee. Packer Coach Phil Bengtson recalled James, saying there was no knee injury, but a study by a Packer physician indicated surgery was needed. 1^ 3 Days Only Ends Saturday Night! 4 PLY NYLON CORD "MARATHON"TIRE WRAP-AROUND TREAD BLACKWALLS WHITEWALLS • Extm toogh Tjd«rn rubber adcb •trength to tb« body and miU* to tlM tread. • Mora tlian 8,000 gripping edges give good traction to »tart-»top. lain or shine. 8.00xl3tufact«M plus $1.59 Fed. EX. Tax.NoTrad« Ntedext $U9 Fad. Ex. Tax. 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