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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1969 Comic Dictionary BRIDGE PRIZE —An object whos* only practical use is to be given away as a bridge prize. (Copyriflht, !»«», by Evan EMr) BOOSTS CUBS, 5-3 Oaks by 11 -10 as Chavarria's Hit Leads 5-Run 9th 3-RUN DOUBLE CLIPS DENVER IN BIG RALLY Morales' 2-Bagger, Fly Finish It American Association WIREPHOTO (AP) Philadelphia Phillies' Larry Hisle slides into second base with room to spare as Astros' shortstop Denis Menke tries to apply tardy tag in first-inning Safe by a Texas Mile play at Houston Thursday night. Menke, from Bancroft, la., drove in four runs with single and double in Astros' 7-3 triumph. (STORY Page 2-S.) Iowa City's Larew Jars N o.l Vane By Ron Maly (Register Staff Writer) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - Unranked Rick City dropped Larew of Iowa a bombshell on the Iowa Open tennis tournament Thursday by scrambling to a 3-6, 7-5, 6-0 victory over top-seeded Bob Vane of Cedar Rapids in the boys' 18-and-under singles division. "That's the best I've ever played," Larew said after his decision in the semifinal round. "I usually play well on the day before a tournament starts, then I stink in my first match. Until this tournament, it seemed I was always getting beat right away." Larew's foe in today's championship match will be Randy Dryer, an old friend from Iowa City. Randy, who is seeded No. 2, eliminated No. 3 Bill Carrithers of Cedar Rapids, 2-6, 6-1, 6-1, in Thursday's, other semifinal. "We practice a lot against each other in Iowa City," Dryer said, "but we haven't played in an official match yet this year. Rick was the No. 2 player for West High School and I was No. 1 at City High." Parker Downed Upset fever also stretched to the boys' 16 division, where third-seeded Craig Hukill of Cedar Rapids ousted top-ranked TENNIS- Please turn to Page Four Big Fladoos Lead Charges Past Harman With 75 For 6-Shot State Margin By Jim Moacklcr (Staff Writer) SIOUX CITY, IA. — Jacque Fladoos of Dubuque charged into a six-stroke lead Thursday going into today's final 18 holes of the Iowa Women's Amateur golf tournament at the Sioux City Boat The Baseball Scoreboard National League Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. Chicago 61 New York 53 St. Louis 50 Pittsburgh 48 Philadelphia ....39 Montreal 31 I. 37 40 48 48 56 66 Pet. .622 .570 .510 .500 .411 .320 Standings W. L. Omaha 65 35 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Atlanta 57 42 .576 Loi Angeles ... .53 42 .558 San Francisco ..54 43 .557 Cincinnati 49 41 .544 Houston 49 48 .505 San Diego 33 66 .333 GB. 'svi 11 12 20' 2 GB. 2 2 3',z 7 24 American League Standings EASTERN DIVISION W Pet. .680 .564 .557 .500 .475 .398 WESTERN DIVISION Baltimore 66 Detroit 53 Boston . :•> 54 Washington ....51 New York 47 Cleveland 39 L. 31 41 43 51 52 59 GB. Tulsa 58 Indianapolis ....52 Iowa 42 Oklahoma City . .40 Denver 31 39 45 54 54 61 Pet. .657 .598 .536 .438 .426 .337 G.B. HVj 21 22 29Vz Club course. The 21-year-old coed shot a two-over-par 75 for a 54-hole total of 229. Sue Harman of Cedar Rapids, who shared the second-round lead, was next at 235. Poor Start Miss Harman, who won a playoff for medalist honors Wednesday, went four over par on the first four holes and trailed Miss Fladoos the rest of the way. She carded an 81. Bobbe Lichty of Waterloo moved, into third place at 239 with a 79, replacing Rosemary Mueller of Bettendorf, who went into the day five shots back and came out 12 behind after an 82. Miss Fladoos, who won titles in 1966 and 1967 t made the turn in 38 and fired a 37 on the back nine. She needed just 31 putts, one-putting six greens and three-putting only on No. 2. Her game got a lift on No. 10, where her poorly executed 8-iron shot stopped 4 feet away The Leaders Jacque Fladoos, Dubuque ..75—229 Sue Harman, C. Rapids ...81—235 Bobbe Lichty, Waterloo ...79—239 Rosemary Mueller, Bettndrf. 82—241 Linda Rice, Cedar Rapids . .81—249 Melanle Schiller, Waterloo .81—251 Nancy Bailery, C. Rapids ..95—255 Eileen Van Horn, D.M 90—257 from the pin. She dropped that one for a birdie 3 and two-putted for a birdie on No. 18. Miss Fladoos' short game, which went sour Wednesday when she lost a three-shot lead on Miss Harman, was effective again, aside from No. 13, where she pitched over the green. Trap Trouble Miss Harman, 18-year-old Washington of Cedar Rapids graduate, was in two traps on the first hole, where she took a double-bogey 6. After parring No. 2, she took bogeys on the next two holes. "My putts were off and I lost confidence," she said. "Six ! strokes is too much to make GOLF Please turn to Page Four Attack 3 Gridders With Car Jacks GALVESTON, TEX. (AP) Two Texas A. and M. football players and a former University of Texas player were beat- at Packers 9 Jordan, Davis In Their Final Seasons GREEN BAY, WIS. (AP) - Two giants in the Green Bay Packer defensive line say they are playing their last season. "I knew it was-time to call it quits when I started thinking about retirement after last season," said Willie Davis, a 6-foot-a-inch, 245-pound end. "This is definitely my last Hesse, 77, Wins State Shoot Title By Ries Tuttle (The Register's Outdoor Editor) CEDAR FALLS, IA. - Harold 0. Hesse, 77, of Davenport, past-president of the Iowa State Trapshooting A s s o c i a t i on, Thursday won the Iowa Open Amateur Handicap which had been dedicated in his honor. The retired farm implement dealer blasted 98 of 100 clay targets, shooting from the 23%yard post. With the championship went the Register and Tribune traveling trophy. "I was real relaxed today. Guess it was from having the pressure lifted that I had been carrying for the last 18 years," Hesse laughed. He had served that many years as state president, turning the reins over to Harold Petty of Keokuk this year. Hesse has been a consistently good shooter since taking up the sport in 1937, but usually shot better when out of state and away from his association responsibilities. He has shot at 75,000 registered targets in his career. Robert Martin of Cedar Rapids captured the Iowa Open 16-yard championship in a 100-target shootoff with six other men who broke 100 straight in the regular event that attracted 237 shooters. Going into the shootoff with Martin were Howard Rankin, TRAPSHOOT Please turn to Page Four Thursday's Games Indianapolis 8, Omaha 5 (N) Tulsa 4, Oklahoma City 3 (N) Iowa 11, Denver 10 (N) Tonight's Games Iowa (Lauzerique 5-1) at Omaha Splittorff 9-6) Indianapolis (Morris 5-0) at Tulsa (Reuss 9-5) Denver (Hudgins 2-9) at Oklahoma City (Watkins 4-5) By a Special Correspondent DENVER, COLO. _ The I Iowa Oaks spotted Denver a four-run first-inning lead Thursday night, then chipped away manfully and won, 11-10, with a five-run rally in the ninth. 0 s s i e Chavarria, with a three-run double in the ninth, struck the key blow for the Oaks that left them one-run behind. After Wayne Norton fanned, Jose Morales tied the score with a double, took third on Rene Lachemann's hot single off the pitcher's glove, and scored the winning run on Dick Rowe's sacrifice fly. All of this came off Jose Paredes, Denver's second reliever in the inning. Danny Morris, who had pretty well controlled the Oaks for eight innings, was tagged for hard ground singles by Buzz Fazio and Joe Solimine to open the ninth. With two of the next three scheduled batters left-handed swingers, Bear Manager Don Heffner brought in southpaw Dick Egan, who walked Rowe on four pitches to load the bases. Quick Switch Heffner immediately switched to right-handed Paredes and Chavarria lined a double to left-center to set the winning surge in motion. There was still the matter of getting the Bears out in the ninth in this free-swinging affair and the Grizzlies threw a scare into reliever Bob Duliba OAKS- Please turn to Page Two Thursday's Games Chicago 5, Los Angeles 3 Pittsburgh 4, San Diego 3 (N) Atlanta 9, Montreal 6 (N) Houston 7, Philadelphia 3 (N) Cincinnati 4, New York ^ (12 innings, N) St. Louis 2, San Francisco 1 Today's Pitchers Los Angeles (Osteen 12-8) at cago (Jenkins 13-7) N—Montreal (Waslewski 2-3) Atlanta (Britton 4-1) N—Cincinnati (Maloney 4-2) New York (Koosman 8-5) N—Philadelphia (Wise 7-8) Houston (Dierker 12-7) N—San Diego (Niekro 5-6) Pittsburgh (Blass 9-6) N—San Francisco (Perry 12-7) at St. Louis Gibson 11-8). W. Minnesota 59 Oakland 54 K<ms,is Cily .. ..41 Seattle 41 Chicago 40 California 36 L. 38 39 56 55 57 59 Pel. .608 .581 .423 .427 .412 .379 12 I?'/ 20 27 1 GB. 3 18 18Vz 19.. 22.. Chi- at at at Thursday's Games Baltimore 5, Chicago 2 (N) Cleveland 6, Minnesota 5 (N) Detroit 3, Kansas City 1 (N) New York 3, California 1 (N) Oakland 2, Washington 1 (N) Seattle 8, Boson 6 (N) Today's Pitchers N—Washington (Moore 8-5) at Oakland (Dobson 11-7) N—Now York (Peterson 10-11) at California (Messersmith 8-7) N—Boston (Nagy 6-2) at Seattle (Scgui 7-4) N—Minnesota (Perry 11-4) at Cleveland (McDowell 11-9) N—Chicago (Peters 6-10) at Baltimore (McNally 13-0) N—Kansas City (Nelson 6-8) at Detroit (McLain 14-5) Harrelson Hits 2, Killebrew Drills 29th as Twins Bow CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) - Ken Harrelson whacked two solo homers and Lou Klimchock stroked a tie-breaking triple as the Indians squeezed past Minnesota, 6-5, Thursday night. Harmon Killebrew blasted IOWA Solomlne rf grlKO.1.4 •brhbjpENVIR 1 0 Mendoza 51 ,av*ia> nifS^ 11 his twenty-ninth homer (or the Twins in the fifth. Harrelson tied the game, 5-5, in the seventh inning with his twentieth homer with one out. Tony Horton followed with a single, driving out reliever Bob Miller. One out later, Klimchock belted his triple off Ron Perranoski. It was only Cleveland's second victory in seven games while the Twins lost for the third time in 14 contests. The Indians took a 3-0 lead In the third when two runs scored on wild pitches by Dave Boswell and Harrelson homered. Minnesota tied it in the fifth on Tony Oliva's sacrifice fly and Killebrew's homer starter Luis Tiant. The, Twins went ahead in the sixth on Ted Uhlaender's two- CLEVELAND MINNESOTA abr h bl Uhlaender If 5 1 3 J .. . . . Carew 2b 4130 Snyder II .. 4 l 2 0 Oliva rf 4011 Harrelson rf 4222 Killebrew 3b 4 1 1 ?. T Horton Ib 4130 Reese Ib 4000 Sims c 3000 Roscboro c 4010 .Klimchck 3b 4 1 J 1 Tovar cf 4120 Nelson 2b 4000 KOSCO LOSES BASES-FULL HOIST IN SUN L.A.'s Sutton 0-13 i Against Chicago | CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Al Spanglcr's two-out, bases- loaded double, on a ball that | Andy Kosco lost in the sun, ignited a four-run sitfth inning for the Cubs Thursday in a 5-3 victory over Los Angeles. Spangler's routine fly to right followed by Randy Hundley's two-run single capped a rally which kept Dodger pitcher Don Sutton winless against the Cubs with an 0-13 record over four seasons. The victory combined with the New York Mets' loss to Cincinnati Thursday night boosted the Cubs' Western Division lead to S'i games. Cub starter Ken Ifoltzman also failed to go the distance, but boosted his record to 12-5 with Phil Regan taking over after the Dodgers scored twice to trim the deficit to 5-3 in the seventh. A near-capacity ladies' day crowd of 35,571, including 26,476 paid, saw Holtzman and Sutton (12-10) duel in a 1-1 tie until Sutton folded in the sixth. Los Angeles moved ahead, 1-0, in the second when Ron Santo's two-out bobble on Ted ' sizcrnore>s easv grounder was «brhbij followed by Jeff Torborg's Cardenas ss 2100 Fuller 2b 1000 Leon ss 0000 Tiant D 1000 Paul p 0000 Schnblum ph 0000 Law p 1000 1000 Wrthngin p 0000 Boswell p Grzenda p Manuel ph BMiller p -PerrnosM t> Nettles ph ooo 3010 2010 0000 10 0 0 1 Total Minnesota Cleveland 345115 Total 000 Oil .003 001 34 * 114 0 00 —S JOx-« E—Carew, T.Morton. DP—Minnesota I, Cleveland 2. LOB—Minnesota I, Cleveland 7. 2B—Ollva. Snyder. 3B- Toyar, Kllmchock. HR—Harreljon Z (20), Killebrew (29). SB-Ro»boro, Cardenas S—Carew. SF—Ollva, Schelnblum. IP H R ER BB SO Boswcll 32-3 * 3 32? Grzenda .. 1-300000 •B.AAillcr U.,2-3) 21-35 3 2 0 " Pcrranoskl . 2-310001 Worthlngton .1 00001 Tiant ...'..5 73373 Paul I 2 22 2 ' Law (W.I-0) .... 3 2000 Wp—Boswell 2. T—2:55. A— 5,634. The Cubs tied it, 1-1, in the fourth when Don Kessinger singled and scored on Billy Williams' double. The Dodgers' two runs in the seventh came on Sizemore's triple, Torborg's singe, Willie Davis' double and an infield out. LOS ANGELES CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl WDavis cf 5010 Keislnger is 5 1 1 o Wills ss 5001 Beckert Jb 4009 Mot* It 4030 BWilllams If 2 1 1 1 Kosco rf 3010 Santo 3b 4110 Gabrlelsn rf 2000 Banks Ib 2100 KBoyer Ib 4010 WSmith Ib 1000 Sudakls 3b 4000 Soanoler rf 411? SIZemore 2B 4210 Hickman rf 0000 Torborg c 3 1 J 2 Hundley c 401? Haller c 0000 Quails cf 4021 Sutlon p 2000 Holtzman p 3000 Russell on 1000 Reaan D 1010 OMIkkelsnp 0000 I Crawford en 1000 Moeller p 0000 run single. The Indians singled and eventually scored on Richie Sheinblum's sacrifice fly in the sixth to get one run back for Cleveland. Norton cf , Morales dot) 4 Lacheman Ib 5 Velazauez c 4 0 I J Perry Rowe If 4000 Holf rf Fazio 2b 4110 Look c _ 2 Jenkins 3b 2 2 Davis Ib | Iowa".7 .':.'. 0 3 » 1(2 0 °*%^i^^J ir & ,_ ...I^IHfWllh^f*-'^ (11); SB-Jenkin»; SF IOWA IP, Glllitord 4'ii gunpoint on Galves- it was dis- en with car jacks Wednesday night t'on's East Beach, closed Thursday. Allan Wayne Hanson, a junior T»xas A. and M. tackle, was hospitalized with a severely • ' i) '• hf, rye. Je.rry Minyard, a sophomore A. and M. :> 'vi. suffered a broken arm, deep cuts on the fore- ivissible kidney 'bruise. Steve Stewart, former ' player, was treated for cuts and bruises. H'-- n •"•' '° 15 voung men jumped the trio after an ex- 0 c ui uools. year. Tackle Henry Jordan isn't as emphatic, but he admits his days are numbered. "These boyg are getting bigger and quicker," he said Thursday. "They're really pushing me for my job." "This is the hardest camp I've ever been at," Jordan said. "Not even Vince Lombardi worked us this hard." The two linemen combined have played 25 years in the National Football League. Davis, who was drafted in the seventeenth round by the Cleveland Browns in 1956, joined the Packers in 1959. The Packers' defensive captain was named to the All-Pro team in 1962, 1964, 1965,' 1966 and 1967. De¥veK »f 2B"-Glover. I Orlw?l?rl?o1lt! II, Nash, Chavarria, Morales, Davis; jB-Holt, Hill; HR-Nash (T), Laehemann y -M. CB Unbln*! %P_X/al«>auA2. SO Bl SC Red Sox's Smith Hurt in Warmup SEATTLE, WASH. (AP) Reggie Smith, second ranking hitter in the American League, strained his neck and left shoulder when he slipped on the outfield grass Thursday night as the Boston Ked Sox warmed up for their game with the Seattle Pilots. Boston officials said it would not be 1 known for some time how damaging the injury is. Smith is hitting .338 for the season and .417 for the month of July. Flu Shot for Harada As Title Bout Nears \ SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (AP) off!— Fighting Harada of Japan received a precautionary flu injection Thursday night as his handlers became concerned over his condition only four days before he is to challenge Australia's Johnny Famechon for the world featherweight title. ToUI 31 3 » 3 Total Let Ante lei 010 I « t E C -lanto t, Mikkeiien.' Wills. "LOB— 34 S 9 S 110-1 2B—Torbora, Regan. LOJ Anseles 10, Chicago I. t»—\ B.Williams. Spangler. W.Davit, 3B—Sliemore. SB—Slzemore. IP H R ER BB SO Sutton (L.1MO) ...6 7 S S 1 1 Mlkkclien . l 1 0 0 l l Moeller .. 1 1 0 o 0 0 Holtzman (W.lj-S) . «2-J 7 3 2 \ 4 Rtoan i 1-3 2 0 0 1 0 S»v*-Rta«n. WP-Sulton. T-2:52. A- 24,476. BOONE SPEEDWAY car*. 417 ft Sun NjOHT-Otri. adm. 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