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ia»kaf<;htwan ' 4 a a * t KiiftMuniM Ottawa Tennis f miburaft 21, Goldan Oattd It, tsast-of 3 IQflBS TIBu AT 1*1) Soccer .NASLCHAM Tampa Six f, Fortran Tilt Minors IIDWIST LtAOUC SOUTH •as? 11 "* .rmtn [anvil la ."? Brintn" Banvill- W& "lir, 1 / a. iv Ht|h( • j*-iwii»—•«!*» BirflOf (u, _,.*, Hodp.es. L-B«r«niu«r irnpsan (7) and Hainan (7 Bareni— —~~ -— A o d a - =. Rapldl: strong. 1-wMit * r i aiiw 11*| MVM \f trenguer, Biraer u) and son, trMI«v Sr and ftln *«Hl" jMfwr. X7) and Patttrtan Ml. L-Jorwijon. HR-wauffg Major Ltadtrs aCni AOU 124 4. 102 333 115 410 111 450 110 424 117_462 TRIANGLES TIE WTT SERIES PITTSBURGH, PA. (AP) Mark Cox and Vitas Gerulaltis scored a convincing men's doubles victory to help the Pittsburgh Triangles edge the Golden Oaters, 28-25, Sunday to even their World Team Tennis championship series at one apiece. The final match of the best- of-three series will be here tonight. Cox and Gerulaitis defeated Tom Okker and Frew McMillan, 8-3, in men's doubles to stake Pittsburgh to a 20-15 lead and the Triangles held on before a sparse crowd of 2,182. The Triangles, beaten, 25-24, Thursday in San Francisco, earned a pair of one game victories in the first two women's sets. Evonne Goolagong Cawley and Peggy Michael edged Betty Stove and liana Kloss, 7-6, and Cawley won the women's singles, 7-9, defeating Stove. Okker defeated Cor, 64, in men's singles. Leading, 24-21, going into mixed doubles, the Triangles team of Michael and Cox needed four games to mathematically clinch the victory. They fell behind, 3-4, to Ilena Kloss and McMillan, but won their fourth game when Kloss netted a backhand return just after she double faulted. Bronc Iwder KEARNEY, NEB. (AP) -i John Mundorf of Norfolk, Neb., j is the leader in the bareback! bronc riding at the Kearney i Rodeo. roundup Golf Father-Son Father-Daughter Dor, ^i^KffKOS"''- rUGH g»8J«!fMMl!n««ll ^J0y/t!Wllil lHM « jTm j ffli8ft«,,vr irfis>iwr- - CHAMr^lONS^yj^LIGHT (NIN Won,, Auf. 25, 197S • DCS MO!Nil Rfftltftft / It RESISTS* PHOTO BY DAVID M. L6WI9 WllUftW CTMk Goaptes Tournament A l83Wffli8WI* XjLarry and Saff'bManfrem, D.M 7 J m campMIl-Marc a Du«a, Albla . Jim and ffija Tullar, Nawten 6 H»'r.... Charlai am Grlnnell Invitational Sailing Bif Creek Regatta Fli Ova Auto racing Stairt Trip shoot At MARl ium klaW r.*»*w0IV* -'i^wTck?,' baum, 105-150. At Crttton Ttnnis tporti today Baseball /aitrloo. OOlf ,'t — low* Pro-Senior to iuuu«, Iowa MHIor tour loi/rnamint •h§m»nt at Anthony leads Waukegan meet WAUKEGAN, ILL. (AP) - larl Anthony took a 350-pin ead Sunday at the 34-game mark in the $50,000 Waukegan Open bowling tournament. The Tacoma, Wash., bowler iveraged 240 a game and won another six games to run his mark to 12-3-1. The finals are today. Spinout at State Fair Richard Swunmn (left) spins out after tire blowout during Sunday's International Motor Contest Association-sponsored race at Iowa State Fail*' grounds. In front, Lefty Robinson of Des Moines avoids Swansea's vehicle, Roger Dolan of Lisbon won 60-lap late model stock car feature, with Ed Sanger of Waterloo coming in a. clone second. STOCKTON SLIPS ON 16TH GOLF Continued from Page One behind Stockton, birdied the eleventh, then blew a share of the lead again with a bogey on No. 12. Stockton Three-Potts Geiberfjer birdied the thirteenth while Stockton was bogeylng the fourteenth, and •uddenly Al owned a one- stroke lead. The roar from the gallery after another Geiberger birdie on No. 15 jerked Stockton's attention from his long putt on the sixteenth. Stockton studied the' putt again — and then three-putted (or a bogey, giving Geiberger a three-stroke lead. Both paired in and Geiberger claimed hie third victory in less than a year, earning $60,000. wimwmit mnivipn/ *lv,iM« ttnml*/v t /m*nr**M9i Job Murphy, $10.333 73-49-71 -48—211 HSU'JBaJftW.'iii t -«-?.-7?-33 '»vne, »i,S«2 70-71-74-75-MO Snead, 11.242 71-73-76-70-290 OP Swigs Prix oRegazzoni DtioM, PHANGfi (AP) - awitMrland'8 play Regauonl [rove i Ferrari to victory Sun- lay in his "home", race, the Swiss Grand Prix, revived at his French circuit after a 21- year absence. The race had to be 'held in 'ranee because circuit auto aclng has been banned in Switzerland itself since 1955. France's Jean-Pierre Jarier, n an American-entered Shad- w, had taken the lead from he pole position in the 60-lap ace and opened a strong lead n Regazzoni. Then a rear rive shaft broke and Jarier ropped out, handing Regazzoni comfortable lead. Iowa net Hall of Fame to induct 4 Doris Jensen Blue and Bil Ball of Waterloo, Howard Sprague of Mason city and Frank Nye of cedar Rapid have been selected to the Iowa Tennis Hall of Fame and wil be inducted Sept. i. Blue won the Missouri Vallej girls IB singles title three straight years (1945-47) and added the women's crown in 1946. For seven straight year she was ranked in the top four of the Missouri Valley. Sprague, 80, was ranked eighth in the nation last year logmen's 6S singles. He has been a winner or runner-up in more than 400 tournaments. Ball, who has won the Hawk eye Open, Tri-State and Iowa Open, was ranked in the top ten In Missouri Valley Standings nine times. Nye, a former captain of the University of Iowa tennJtteatn has directed the low* State Open meet for more than 2i years. C.R, ADVANCES TO LEGION MEET CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. (AP, - Terry Kahle's ninth-Inning single helped Cedar Rapids de feat Council Bluffs, 6-5, and win the American Legion basebal touranment's Central Plains Regional Sunday. With the victory, Cedar Rapids advances to the Legion's World Series, which begins Thursday at Rapid City, S.D. Cedar Rapids went unde feated through the five-game regional tournament Council Bluffs finished with a 3-2 record. " Thomas' agreement for one game only THOMAS Continued from Page One imes for 17 yards and even tayed around to sign auto- raphs for admiring young- ters. "We absolutely have the ights to him. We've already cached an agreement with the Bell," said Ed Sultan, jr., one 3f the Hawaiians' owners. The Bell, apparently heliev- ng Thomas had already signed a contract.-protested loudly Saturday. Philadelphia affirms its WFL negotiating rights to Duane Thomas," Bell general manager Rich lannarella laid n a message to league offi- Mals. "Philadelphia will formally protest the signing of Thomas by any other WFL club and will take said action protect Bell's rights." "I think they (the Belli is Saints owner denies reports of Orr signing ST. PAUL, MINN. (AP) President Wayne Belisle of the Minnesota Fighting Saints says a report that star defenseman Bobby Orr of Boston would sign today with the World Hockey Association team is "totally erroneous." A Toronto newspaper said Saturday that Orr would jump the National Hockey League if $1.5 million in bonus money was placed in escrow in a St. Paul bank today. Belisle acknowledged that he has been negotiating with Alan Eagleson, Orr's attorney, in an attempt to sign Orr, who has one year remaining on his Boston contract. "Alan Eagleson has never said precisely how much it would take to sign, Orr," said Belisle Saturday night. "If Eagleson said we would have Orr if we had $1,5 million on Monday, I'll guarantee you I'd have the $1.5 million on Monday." with their press," Sultan said. "We have talked to Philadelphia five times and any misunderstanding is just a matter of communication." •Perfectly Legal' League president Chris Hemmeter, who was one of the Hawaiians' owners last year, said Thomas' appearance Saturday "is only a one-game agreement and it is perfectly legal." Team sources said the Hawaiians went after Thomas as soon as star running back Calvin Hill seriously injured a knee against the Southern Cali- j m the first quarter of an exhibU fornia Sun last weekend and it tion 8 ame witn Los Angeles j became known that Hill would i Saturday night, will be out of i be out of play for the rest of action for the entire season, a the season. ' ' :J Oi —'•— Buffalo's James out for season BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - The Buffalo Bills' all-Pro left cor- nerback Robert James, injured WALLACE WINS CONSOLATION RACES Continued from Page One feature with mechanical problems on the thirty-second lap. Pulls Away Wallace started on the fourth row in the consolation but zip- The Results Tjma Irllll — i. Ed Sanger, Waterloo, lJ M WB. < .ii*.i 3 '' ?• J |m H « BB '"' Liberty, Uftlfrlh =«.«; ? Dave Chase :htvellc L _ M.SO; ~ He, : »^w. -mi -i >'"' 74 1 cnevellc, ' :2«.sbV' s. °JWf • , ajflon. .^ n kany, n camaro, 8§s?\,!' wL«™5"I n ' v outlcl ! B K»i». « Cnavalla, :26.65) 7. Ferris Collier, Lamce, ftlo.,j26.«Sj. 8.. Stan stover, helnbeck, 7J i. ro. -.26,951 13. 7s Camaro, ).«., 74 ca- .luber, Alex- ..ro. :27.10; 1«. kuk. 74 camaro, .yf,D.M;;JS-Ch}- loblnson, D.M., h .Chuck Bouelmtin, mrtiH, :VMi 20. Btns, 73 Camaro, ilelian, Riverside. Mo., 21. Shorty Acker, Ite Carlo, :27.52; 23. and, Neb., 63 Nova, r, Adei, «9 Camaro, , Pleasant VaiTev, 26. Gary Trueiove, naro, :n.ni 27. Allen V W8., 72 Chevclfe, oln, Colun— [I) - 1. P I, Sanger; 5 ia»» — 1. man; 4. R :oln, Columbus, Neb., Plnckney; 2. 5. Mvers. I. Martin; 2. Robinson; S. ,..™ .-,., — 1. Martini 2. mi 4. SanBer; 5. Hager; 6. 1 (11 (apt) — l. Wallace; 2. ail; 4. Haflerj s. Dickey; e. „ laM) — 1. Dolan: 2. San§ r; 3. celllart 4. Dlekfcy; 5. Hager; «. *aai T. SMVar) i, Klub»r; 9. Rice; 10. hwadar; U. Swahion; 12. Bosseiman; Plnekniyj M. Hoffman; 15. Acker. ped past Chase on the seventh lap and pulled away for the victory. George Barton of Ankeny took second, followed by Chase and Hager, the second-fastest qualifier in time trials. Sanger, Hager, Chase, Dolan, Barton and Bill Martin battled in the six-lap match race for the fastest qualifiers with Martin taking the checkers. Martin, of Council Bluffs, winner of the second neat race, pulled away from second-place finisher Barton on the third lap after both started on the front row. Opperman wins MiasQuri Specltl Dlipatch To The Milliter SEDAL1A, MO. — Jan Opperman of Noxon, Mont., won the Missouri Futurity for sprint cars Sunday, climaxing six racing events sponsored by the International Motor Contest Association at the Missouri State Fair. Bill Hudson of DCS Moines was eighth in the race. Second was Roger Rager of Mound, Minn., followed by Junior Parkinson of Kansas City, Mo. 3-run 8th lets Omaha tie score OAKS Continued jrom Page. One fonso (3-4) pitched the last two i innings, striking out five and! allowing no hits. Iowa took a 1-0 lead in the second when Craig singled went to third on a single by Ramon Perez, and Omaha starter Al Autry threw wildly trying to pick Perez off first OUTDOOR TIPS V0U YOUR 006 WALKS OM SlMfACEO RCAO. REMOVE TMfe TAR HIS FEET W«OAioNO TMCM IN KEROSENE . . . The Oaks got two runs in the fourth on a single by Skidmore, a triple by Bob Gallagher and another single by Craig. Iowa starter Dan Larson had A shutout going until Omaha tied the eighth. score, 3-3, In the Out of Trouble Larson walked the bases full in the sixth but pitched out of it with two strikeouts and a ground out. tn the eighth, Larson walked Steve Staggs and Jamie Quirk followed with a home run to right field. Gary Mart?; singled and John Wathan walked, and Larson was relieved by Russ Rothermel. Rothermel struck out Ruppert Jones but former Oak Ray Busse doubled to tie the score. Iowa ends its season series with Omaha with only five vie tories in 24 games. Patrols, dogs hunt for track horse slasher NEW ORLEANS, LA. (AP) — Armed guards and dogs are patrolling Jefferson Downs race track to try to catch an elusive slasher who has mutilated two horses under cover of darkness. The animals were cut on their legs, neck and chest with One_olJhem, ^ _ a filly, received a 12-inch gash and was then released from her stall late at night. "I just can't understand this," said Albert M. Stall, chairman of the Louisiana State Racing Commission. "If a guy has a grudge, why take it out on the dumb, defenseless animal?" The slashings have occurred near the grandstand in an area called the "backstretch," where a small army of stable hands, exercise boys and grooms care for 900 horses. WASH PAWS WITH SOAP AND W5HTW 10 REMOVE THE KEROSEMR GIANTS TOP JETS, 21-20 NEW HAVEN, CONN. (HP) Craig Morton's two third- quarter touchdown panes vaulted the New York Giants to a come-from-behind 21-20 victory Sunday over the New York Jets in a National Football League exhibition game. The Giants, trailing, 13*7, at halftime, bounced back on Morton's 13-yard scoring pass to Bob Tucker in the third quarter and on a seven-yard flip from Morton to running back Stive Crosby. A high snap by Jets' reserve center Joe Fields preserved the Giants victory and kept them unbeaten in three exhibition games. The Jets were in position for Pat Leahy to kick a game»Winning field goal from tt yards out in the closing seconds. But Fields' snap sailed far over Leahy's head. Giants' cor- nerback Pete Athas pounced on the ball at midfield as time ran out. NTJ-Tearkun/» pait »r«rn Jtnai H$r|S| i * k A f ..V. un <OM«I«H Kick) ir 1) Put from Marton 1 nasi frem Mdrton :um 7 p«n irtm Jtnn • i»r» R. J. Aaynoidi T«baCc« 06. Winston tores rodeo as much as you do. team spokesman said Sunday. Hill and Thomas were team- James. 28. suffered both liga- j to i mates on the National Football ment and cartilage damage toj League Dallas Cowboys, and his right knee when he was i ^.,, .„ Hill reportedly urged the Ha- tackled by Jim Bertelsen while sued that statement because waiians to go after Thomas as running back a pass he had they were having problems • his replacement, intercepted. i. •at* Fort Madison Tri-State Rodeo September 5-7 Tri-State Rodeo Arena For ticket information contact: Fort Madison Rodeo, Ticket Office 835% Avenue G, Fort Madison, Iowa 52627 Phone No,: 319-373-2550 *°V° c °<«, * -%. V "*., Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Hea'lh. M 1 .'. Hfj

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