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D«$ Moirm R«giit«r Fri,, July M, 1969 NEVADA GAIN Thursday's Results Nevada Red Sox t, Ames Merchant! 7 Fort Dodge Merchants 13, Cedar Rapids Midwest Janitors 3 (7 Innings) Saturday's Games Nevada Red Sox vs. Clarlnda •Wllllnmsburo, vs. Port Dodge 4 p.m.- Alhietics 8 p.m. Merchants (The Register's Iowa News Service) AMES, IA. — The Nevada Red Sox nudged the Ames Mep chanls, 8-7, and the Fort Dodge Merchants whacked the Cedar Rapids Midwest Janitors, 13-3r in s e c o n d-round slugfests Thursday night in the State National Baseball Congress tournament. Nevada, trailing by 5-1, scored twice in the seventh \vhcn Fred Blaskovich doubled and Denny Weuve The Red Sox added five runs in the eighth on five hits. Huisman homered, socked two doubles and singled to lead Fort Dodge's 15-hit assault. Iowa Opin Tennli Mnt AT CEDAR RAPIDS i Boys' Singles ' H-AND-UNDtR i Ouarltrlinal round-Max Spilka, D.M.,: beat Joe Mulgrew. Uubuque, 12-8. SemlflMI round—Jim Houghton, Iowa I City, beat Spllka, 14-0, 64: Ron Hamilton, St. Louis, beat MarK Parker, Camanche, 1 *' ' " i Jt-AND-UNDtH Quarterfinal round-Mark Parker, Camanche, beat Pete Mazuia, Cedar Falls, 7-5, semifinal round-Ed Lamb, cerlar Rapids, beat Ren Borthwlck, Cedar Rapid;, 6-1, e-3; Craig Huklll, cedar Rapids, beat Parker, ..,,^. AMDOMOM Semifinal reund- Rick Larew, Iowa City, beat Sob vane. Cedar Rapids, 3-6. 7-5, «-Oj Randy Dryer, Iowa City, boat Bill Carriers, Cedar Rapids, 2-6, 6-1, 6-1. Girls' Singles M-ANO-UNDIR semifinal reuiM—Susan Brloas, Rock island, ril., beat Chen Mlxdorf, Waterloo, 6-0, a-1; Lisa Von Carlowltz, Dubu4u«, beat Amy Lee^D^yijue,^ t-3. Quirtertlnil rwn*~Barb Kunnert, Ou- iuque, beat KarenJvleKee, D.M., 6-2, 6-1,• in Coberly, Rock Island, III., beat Pat ne, Waterloo, »-4, a-2. emlflnal rwM— Kunnert beat Susan Hogs, Rock (Hand, III., 6-1, 6-0; Teresa rk, Waterloo, bejt Cobr STETSON WINS CITY NET TITLE Debbie Stetson beat Tana Me- telman 6-1, 6-3, to win the 15-16 girls' singles title in the All- City tennis tournament at Birdland Thursday. Men 0»ubies-McCoiium-McCoiium beat Shoemaker-Beck, 6-t, 6-2; Bubb-Stokstad • - - I Barrv-Rappapott, 6-4. 6-5; tl- McCollum-McCollum beat Buss-Sloks- Cooler. Dry in Iowa tad, "i~i,~"i-4. "tTnal—McLaTn-Shay Hicks-Wlckliff, 6-0, 6-0. beat Boys 15-11 •loo, Mat Coberly, 6-1, ll-AND-UNDBR reviM—Beth Stock, 6-2. Semifinal riurW-Beth Stock, Grundy Center, beat Teresa Quirk, Waterloo, 6-0. 6-3j Clare Mcoee, Waterloo, beat Pat Lane, Waterloo, t-3, «-2. .... Plan! round—Stock beat McGee, 6-0, «-2. Girls Doubles Quarterfinal round—Lisa Von Carlowltz- Maggie Lee, Dubupue, beat Rhonda Al- linmnmrl | lard-Carlse Edwards, Cedar RaPlds, 12-1; llOmered. cathy Houghton-Patsy Donelson, Iowa City/beat Marcla Wler-Klm Cohea, Waterloo, 12-2; Carol Bolton-Leslle Gerdes, D.M., beat Pattl Blederman-Renee Blr- klcht, Cedar Raplds-12-0; Beth Zellnskas- Amy Lee, Dubuque, 12-2. Semifinal round-Von Carlowltz-Lee beat Houahton-Donelson, 6-1, 6-3; Zellnskas-Lee beat Bollon Gerdes, 2-6, 9-7, 6-4. M K j D.,i c«. oni nnn 9?n_9 n Ncbada Red Sox ...... 001 000 250-8 J Ames Merchants.. ....100 040 01-7 13 Semifinal round—Barb Kunnert, Du- buaue-Cheryl Mlxdorf, Waterloo, beat Mel• - • • Waterloo, Iowa 13 041 3—13 15 1 000 100 2- 3 8 7 I Cadwell; close, Caldwell (3) and M'adson. W-Prange, L-Caldwell. HR—Fort Dodge: Huisman, Blankenha- sen, Turnure. Cedar Rapids: Maason, Kcopple. J , Goodenbauer-Carol Brown, 1 6 . 2 6 . 0 . JuMe R OS5 .cherry Ross, Singles—Max Olsen beat Tom Econo- rnos, 6-3, 6-2; Tony Lee beat Jeff Glew, Doublet-Nutl-Wcssllna beat Dorweller- Proctor; Gray-Gray beat Gurwell-Flsher by default. Boys 12-and-under Singles— Karl stundlns beat Jim Baehr, 10-7; Roger " • -• hero, 10-5, 7 Lonq, 10-4 Pi 2 DM. Drivers HurtatKnoxvill (The Register's Iowa News Service) KNOXVILLE, IA. - AdeP Jack Anthony won the featur as Des Moines drivers Bol Haag and Jody Stevenson wer injured in crashes during claim stocks races Thursday night a the Marion County Fair grounds. llaag's car flipped during the third heat and collided with car driven by Glenn Woodard Haag was taken to Collins Me morial Hospital here after he began spitting blood. He wa treated and released. Stevenson's car collided head on with a car driven by Dick Gustin of Des Moines. Steven son was treated for a knee bruise at the hospital and wa released. CLAIM STOCKS Trophy dash (4 laps) — I. ryfleld, D.M.: 2. Virgil Webb, Dick Gustin, D.M. (no lime). First Joe Mer • D.M.; 3 , .. . heat (4 laps) — 1. Gust n; 2. Den nv Baker, D.M.; 2. Froggy Pike, D.M.; 3 'Se'cohd heat (4 laps) -1. Webb; 2. John Reynolds, D.M.; 3. Merryfield (no time). Third heat (4 laps) - 1. Larry Snvder, n.M.; 2. Charles Carpenter, D.M.; 3. Fred Knapp, D.M.; (no time). . , ••Consolation (7 laps) - 1. Jim Klein, Bussey; 3. Dick Dey, Indianola; 3. Steve Genevleve, Ankeny; 3:28.22. Feature (15 laps) — 1. Jack Anthony, Adel; 2. Webb; 3. Snvder; 4. Knapp; 5. Larry Angel.^D.M. ^ time). Heat (6 laps) — 1. Mark Johnson, Newton; 2. Ron Van Roekel, Otlev; 3. L. G. Marquis, D.M. (no time). GOLF' Continued /ro?n Page One up. I was out there on a cloud." Miss Barman's longest putt was a 15-footer for a birdie 4 on No. 7. It was her only birdie of a 39-42 round. Miss Lichty, 18, recovered —from the jolt of a triple-bogey 7 on the first hole to shoot a 40-39. She ran in a 15-foot birdie putt on No. 3 and curled in a 25-footer for a par at No. 14. The top eight players continue in the championship flight today. It took a 257 to make the cut. Nydle Ousted The bottom segment of the championship flight becomes the president's flight. It is topped by Corkey Nydle of Ottumwa, the now deposed defending champion, and Lynn Sandeman of Creston at 259. Mrs. Anne Griffel of Eldora, president of the Iowa Women's Golf Association, captured the senior title by firing a final- round 84 for a 268. Mrs. Stella Roberts of Coon Rapids was runner-up at 271. All other flights wound up 54- hole routes Thursday. Championship Flight Jacque Fladoos, Dubuque 154- 75—529 Sue Harman, Cedar Rapids ....154- 81-235 Bobbe Lichtv, Waterloo 160- 79—239 Rosemary Mueller, Bettendorf 159- 82-241 Linda Rice, Cedar Rapids 168- 81-249 Melanle Schiller, Waterloo ... 170- 81-251 Nancy Bailery, Cedar Rapids ..170- 95-255 Eileen Van Horn, D.M. ........167- 90-257 Corker Nvdle, Ottumwa 175- 84—259 Lynn Sandeman, Crestoo...,...174 ; _a5^259 Beth Kruger, SIDley 174- (6—260 Linda Shelldort, Fort Dodge....169- 92^261 Mary Demaranvllle, Sioux City 178- 86—264 Kathy Worrell, Perry 175- 91—266 Macy Schneider, Sheldon 177- 89—266 Mardel Allen, Grinnell 178- 88—266 Cinda Barlow, Iowa Falls 176- 92—268 Judy Lehnis, Dubuque 178—disqualified' • Hit out of teeing qround on No. 6 First Flight Dee Erlckson, Alsona 185- '9-264 Beth McMalns, Council Bluffs 181- 87-263' Carol Van Horn, D.M I8/- 81—268 • Won playoff tor second Second Flight Becky Eusllce, Cedar Rapids ..189- 88—277 Betty Thye, Burlington 193- 89-282! Betty Dunham, Onawa 192- 93—285 Third Flight Jan Lehr, Grundy Center 196- 86— 282 i Genl Howard, Sioux City . 19/- 90-287! " ' J Olson, Sioux City 197-91—2381 Fourth Flight j First round—John Fischer-Steve O'Donnell, Cedar Rapids, beat Dave Bishop-Jim Gilbert, Waterloo, 12-9! Cralq Eastman Wate-loo-Guy Mazuia, Cedar Halls, beat Ray Nagel, Ir.-RIck Stlnehart, Quarterfinal round—Jim Houghton-Tom Nagel, Iowa City, beat Chuck Hughes-Joe Mulgrew. Dubuque, 12-3, Craig Becker- Paul Maxwell, Iowa City, beat Fischer- O'Donnell, 12-9; Ron Hamilton, St. Louis- MiKc Skasidas, Rock Island, III., beat Mike Anderson-Nat Soper, Iowa City, 12-6; Bill Rledel-BIII Klawmer, Dubuque, beat Eastman-Maiula, 12-7. Semlflnat round—Houghton-Naael beat Becker-Maxwell, 6-0, 6-3; Hamilton-Ska- .Idas beat Rledel-lJIawlt.erj^O, 6-1. First rauntf—Randy Krelcl-Dennls Fritz, Cedar Rapids, beat Doug Edwards-Joe Gates, Cedar RaPlds, 12-5; ' ' , 1- , Cedar Rapids-John Glass, Waterloo, beat Larry Taylor-Richard Felerelsen, Scott Sedlacek , bea Cedar Lamb-Cralq Krelcl-Frltz, Rapids, 12-2. Quarterfinal round-td Huklll. Cedar Rapids, beat 6-1, 6-0; Bill Barren, Cedar ... Woodard, D.M., beat Ron Borthwlck-Vern Staskal, Cedar Rapids, default; John Aid- rlch-Pete Mazuia, Cedar Falls, beat Larry a orthwick, Cedar Rapids-Chase Anderson, arllsle, 6-0, 6-3; Dan Fischer-Scott Reid, Rock Island, III., beat Sedlacek-Glass, 6-2, Semifinal round—Lamb-Huklll beat Barron-Woodard, 6-1 6-3; Aldrlch-Mazula beat Fischer-Reid, 10-8, 6-2. 18-AND-UNDER Quarterfinal round—John Donaldson- Sheldon Cole. Wichita, Kan., beat Rick Larew-Randy Dryer, Iowa City, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. Semifinal round—Tom Nagel-Bruce Na- oel, Iowa City, beat Dave Shirk-Bill Fossman, Waterloo, 6-2, 6-3; Bill Carrlthers- Bob Vane, Cedar Rapids, beat Donaldson- Coleman, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1. TENNIS- Continued from Page One Mark Parker of Camanche, 6-1, 6-2, in the semifinals. Hukill's opponent this morn- ng for the championship will be his doubles partner, Ed iamb, who rolled past Ron Jorthwick of Cedar Rapids, G-l, 6-3, in the other semifinal. Parker, who was seeded No. 2 in the boys' 14 division, was eliminated there, too. He was a 6-1, 6-1 victim of No. 3 Ron Hamilton of St. Louis. One title was decided on the ournament's second day. That went to Beth Stock of Grundy Center, who cruised past Clare \lcGee of Waterloo, 6-0, 6-2, in he girls' 18 showdown. Larew, a 5-foot 8-inch, 157- ounder who won't be 17 until November, was the only un- eeded player in the boys' 18 emifinals. He won his quarter- inal round match by default rom Greg Frost of Ottumwa. Practice Daily "Dryer and I usually get to- ether once a day to practice Iowa City," Rick said. "We Knapp beat Steve Rosen- Scott Van Why beat MarK Jeff Chapman beat Richard •erry, 10-3) David Hokanson Mat Bill Jensen, 10-9. Doublet-Stundlns-Knapp beat Baehr- McCraeken, 10-3; Perry-Nielsen beat Johns o n-Bates, 10-4; Burns-Anderson beat Sandqulst-Barney by default; Van Why- Zarley beat Jennings-Jennings, 10-3; Jen son-Hardlnfl beat Bales-Marturello, 10-9 Sandaulst-Travls beat Long-Long, 1 Va Why-Zarley beat Burns-Anderson, 10-9 Sandaulst-Travls beat Jensen-Mardln, 10-* Women Doubles — Final — McCollum-Wllllam beat Roland-Schaunburg, (-3, 6-3. Girls 15-18 Singles — Final — Debbie Stetson bea Tana Mctelman, 6-1, 6-3. Doubes — Final - Roth-McFall bea Burns-Bradley, 6-4, 6-0. Girls 13-14 Slndes-Susan Johnson, beat Rhontl, Baker, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4; Jeanne Thvberq bea Kim Hanson, 6-2, «-2; Sue Harris bea Linda Wlneqar, 7-5, 6-3; Beth Bryant bea Janet Wllloughby, 6-2, 6-3; Sally Mllle beat Jean Bettty, 8-4, 1-4,1-4; Patti Free hand beat Roberta Martendall, 6-3, >•«. Doublet — Final — Hanson-Baker bea Johnson-Folletf, 9-7, »-3; Bryant-Freehand 6-1, 8-6; Kelter-Wheeler beat Campbel Benton, 6-3, 6-3. Girls 12-and-under Singlet—Joy Rablnowltz beat Sharo Phillips, 10-1; Julie Rablnowltz beat Wcrf dy Harris, 10-5; final—Dalne McFall bea Cindy Clason, )0-«. Doublet — Final—Rablnowltz-Rablnowlt beat Johnson-Staufter, 10-3; Larson-Hart zer beat McDIvltt-DowIe; Anderson-Clason beat Lato-McFall, 10-7. MM fr»» U.I, WtMHH MtTM. RM POLICE SHOOT 3 BYSTANDERS DETROIT, MICH. (AP) PREVIEW OF Y*UR ENTERTAINMENT The Best on TV Today Skies were partly cloudy over much of Iowa Thursday morning but became mostly clear during the afternoon as a high-pressure center brought cooler and much dryer air into the state. Temperatures generally were In the 80s. No major change In conditions is foreseen through today, forecasters said, t who has admitted killing a trusty before making his escape, but Judd finds there may be mitigating circumstances when he discovers the terrible conditions at the farm. Ah excellent topical drama (rerun). § p.ln., ABC: KAUS-TV, Austin; KCAU-TV, Sioux City; KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids; KETV, Omaha; KQTV, St. Joseph; KTVO, Ottom- wa; WOI-TV, Ames; WQAD-TV, Moline. Ouida ve across town from each oth- r, but Randy has a motorcycle nd that gets him around." Dryer, a 5-6, 145-pounder, aid he "thought I'd lose after etting beat in the first set Tiursday. "I was getting scared," Rany added, "but I got my game traightened out in the second et." Carrithers, a member of the Washington basketball team which won the state title last winter, had lost just two games before bowing to Dryer. Hamilton's foe for the boys' 14 title will be No. 1 seeded Jim Houghton of Iowa City, who whipped Max Spilka of Des Moines, 6-ti, 6-4, in the semifinals. Spilka had jolted fourth-seeded Joe Mulgrew of Dubuque, 12-8, in the quarterfinals. Barb Kunnert of Dubuque surprised second-seeded Susan Briggs of Rock Island, III., 6-1, 6-0, in the girls' 16 semifinals. Le Mars Golfer Leads With 72 (Tha Register's Iowa News Service) SIOUX CITY, IA. - Bill I Powell of Le Mars gained the I top spot in the first round of 'the Exchange Club Amateur TRAPSHOOT... Continued from Page One Des Moines, William A. Brauer III, Oak Field, Wis.; Eugene Stephens, Whiting, Ind.; Harold Petty, Keokuk; Billy I. Mitch ell, Paris, Mo., and Gary Torney, Riceville. Rankin eliminated Brauer Stephens and Petty in a 75-birc shootoff for the Class AA crown Winner of the Class A title in the 16-yard event was Max Lefler of Keokuk who won a shoot- off in an eight-way tie at 99 of 100. Title to Mitchell Mitchell won a shootoff with Torney for the Class B title. Horace Aldritt of Exelsior, Minn., broke 99 of 100 for Class C leadership and Mike Penney, 14, of Little Cedar, captured Class D with a 99. Loral I. Delaney, Anoka, Minn., a Class AA shooter and captain of the 1968 Women's a 11-A m e r i c a n trapshooting team, won the women's open 16-yard championship with a 98. Brad Sleeter of Markbam, III., took the junior trophy when Penney decided to take the Class D title. Each of the youths broke 99 targets. Mrs. Margaret Powell of Traer won the women's open handicap championship, breaking 96 of 100 targets from 18% yards. In a doubles warmup event, massive Morris Stinebring of Thawville, 111., shattered 100 targets, thrown in pairs, repeating his performance here of a year ago. Iowa Open Amateur 16 Yards Robert Martin, Cedar Rapids Howard Rankin, D.M. i... William A. Brower III, Oak 100 . ror , a neia, Eugene Stephens, Whiting, Ind. Harold Petly, Keokuk. ........... ................ 10 ak Field, Wls, .10 Robert Cannon, Keokuk 99 Oean Johnson, Manly 99 •Idon Stein, Manson 99 .ed Bachhuber, Mayvllie, Wls 99 Jon H. Olsen,Mllwaukee, Wis ,99 John Kurth, Columbus, Wis 99 '••ven Smith, Low f— — rles L. Delaney, ;ed S. Blhler, < Eugene'Grooms', BtoomfieTdT. .'.'.I'.'.'.'.'.'. 99 Tom CuDples, Newton 99 Low Moor 99 , Anoka, Minn 99 Omaha, Neb 99 :edar Rapids 99 Max Letter, Ki Brad Sleeter ' Keokuk ', Markham, Duane Lubbers, Farmersburg 98 Robert Powell, Tra?r 98 . T-unvM, Trasr Cliff MeKee, Keokuk >aul Whitters, Cedar Rapids., .avern Koeller. Cedar Rapids Torhey.'R'Icevllle' hurwanger, McCausland 98 Billy I. Mitchell, Paris; Mo 100 Sanr Torney, Riceville 100 William Thurwanger, McCausland 99 G. L. Kulander, Dubuque 99 \ golf tournament here Thursday Fifth Flight Trudy Kinney, Newell 208- 97-3051 ...j.i, „ nn Helen Stroud, Estherville 208- 99-3071 Wltn a Ii. Maudie Lee s g|^ sl ffi, x ^jjj[ -'w-'oo-^j Tecl Kozney of Sioux City was swriey stout, Grinneii..* 2M- 96-310; second with a 76 and Pete De Debbie Johnson, Aurella 214- 98—312i I anoo nf Qmnv f'itw U/QC third Helen WieUnd, Sioux City 215- 99-3141 katlge 01 SIOUX Uiy W3S milQ Seventh Flight ; with a 78. The tournament runs Beth Smith, Paulllna 219- 98-31/i throueh Lavonna Sllfe, Haward.en 220- 99-319 > l " IUU B 11 Emlle Scovlile, Sioux City 220-101-321! — Eighth Flight Elizabeth Phelps, Sioux City ...?2l- 99-320 • • ' )|i Ray Weston, Newton 98 ?uby Jenner, Waupaca, Wis 93 Vern* Harklns, DeSoto 98 Excelsior, Minn 99 Horace Aldritt, Excelsior, Minn 99 Dean Bright, Steamboat Rock 98 Calvin Douthart, Stockport 97 H. H. Kuhl, Eldridge... 96 Crawford Lipp ~ " ' ,'oW Colfax . Roy" Van" Loon, EddyvUle ASS CLASS D . /, Little t Bob Pyles, Council Bluffs. Michael Penney, Little "Cedar - • - - George Nldz, Hlllsadle, III 96 Leo L. Rost, Manson 96 John Boeh, Davenport 95 Lloyd Riffle, Tama 95 Iowa Open Amateur Handicap (100 targets) 1H0-YAHD $»OUIJ Yds. HdCP. Score Robert Powell, Traer ... Maragaret Powell, Traer Doyle Logue, Newton .... Duccinl, Dub Lewis Duccii... - C. H. Fries, Council B D. W. Ejeland, Wlnthrop Arnold Faltlnson, Dow City BUI Hall, c |. n lg!£j!)fo Harold Hesse, Davenport Allen Phillips, Iowa City Tom Cuppl- "Reynold Pi Cliff- Keith John Benson, Bryan L. H Dean Wrii ., -w^j-les, Newton.- ... . mold Petersen, Minneapolis f MeKee, Keokuk..... th Weber, Cedar Rapids ... i, Glencoe, Minn. .. .20 .18'/a .20'/3 .20 .20Vj .20 .20 .20' j .53'i 1!" Forecasts FOR FRIDAY, JULY 11, 19(9 . LOCAL-Partly cloudy today and Saturday, Chance of showers or thunderstorms tonight and Saturday. No .Important temperature change with high today near 85, low tonight about 65. lOWA-Partly cloudy to cloudy today through Saturday. Chance of occasional thundershowers. Not much.temperature change with highs today 80 to 15. FIVE-DAY - Temperatures Saturday through Wednesday will average 2 to 4 degrees below normal. Normal highs in low 80s northeast, upper 80s southwest. Normal lows in low 60s northeast to upper 60s southwest. Precipltatton will average three-quarters to one Inch as occasional showers and thunderstorms. ILLINOIS-Norlh: Generally fair, not much temperature change todav »nd Saturday. Highs today 76 to 83. South: Partly cloudy through Saturday with chance of showers or thunderstorms late tonight and Saturday. Highs today 90 south to 80s elsewhere. MlSSOUR-East, south: Partly cloudy through Saturday, chance of showers mostly south late tonight or early Saturday. Highs today around 90 south to 10s elsewhere. Northwest: Partly cloudy to cloudy through Saturday, chance of periods of showers. Highs today near 90. NEBRASKA-East, central: Partly cloudy through Saturday, chance ef occailonal showers or thunderstorm*. Higns today st to 90 soutnwest. West: 80s northeast to SOUTH DAKOTA—Variable cloudiness today »n(T Saturday, chance of thundershowers developing todav, becoming widespread tonight and Saturday. Highs Ml'S^SOTA-Falr to partly cloudy today, variable cloudiness tonight and Saturday with chance of showers west tonlgm,_over slate Saturday. Highs to"o 68, day 7i 78 to 88. NSIN- WISCONSIN—Mostly sunny today, cloudy tonight and Saturday with today, partly if'fnu'nders'howers northwest late Saturday. Highs todav 78 to i 63. DES MOINES WEATHER DATA ,!>OR THURSDAY, JULY 14, W» BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TIMPIRATURIS: t.m 74i 2 p.m ».m 73 3 p.m ::ffi: ::::•::::::$ i ?:S: :::::::: '•~ ijhftffi: •riKS: p.m. i a.m. I a.m. f a.m. 0 a.m. 1 ••">• 2 noon I P.m. •.m. ... midnight a.m. a.m. Lowest at 6'aTm." '.'" wean Normal ". Rst l £]5 nc *' or .,*'v'';:: ACCUMULATION DES MOINES 6:30 Bl'k Heritage 7:00 'CBS News 7:30 Bill Riley 8:00 Kangaroo 9:00 Lucy Show 9:30 M. Brubaker 10:00 A. Griffith 10:30 D. Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Search Tmw. 12:00 George Wylie 12:30 World Turns 1:00 Splendored KRNT-TV 8 1:30 Guiding Light 2:00 Secret Storm 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Linkletters 3:30 Gourmet 4:00 Mike Douglas 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News, Sports 6:30 Wild West " 7:30 Gomer Pyle 8:00 Movie 10:00 News, Sports 10:45 Movie CHANNEL CHUCKLES By Bfl Keane -- ..._._. month .. since first of year PRECIPITATION DES MOINES 7:00 Today 9:00 Takes Two 9:30 Concentration 10:00 Personality 10:30 Hlyd Squares 11:00 Jeopardy 11:30 Eye Guess 12:00 News 12:15 Cartoons 12:30 Movie WHO-TV 13 3:00 Match Game 3:30 Floppy 4:00 Movie 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News, Sports 6:30 Chaparral 7:30 Name of Game 9:00 The Saint 10:00 News, Sports 10:30 Tonight Normal Excess since Jan. r Jan. i >o 'date • MISCELLANEOUS Barometer In Inches Relative humidity Wind direction .... Wind, velocity i.pt.eldy.. clear Sunset 8:39 p.m. Weather Sunrise today 4:03 a.m. A YEAR AGO High temperature In Low temperature In _ There was 1.41 Inches of precipitation In .Des Moines C Moon First quarter moon from July 22 through July 27. Moon rises 6:01 a.m. Moon sets ljj« P.m. Planets j Mercury: SE, dawn; lost in solar glare! until end of month. ...... ' Venus: E, dawn, very br ght. i Mart: SE, dusk, very bright. i Jupiter: S, dusk, quite bright. Saturn: E, dawn, fairly bright. The following list of cities shows (H) highest temperatures occurring ,between 6 a.m. and i P.m. Thursday, July 24, (L) owest temperatures occurring between 6 p.m. Wednesday and 6 p.m. Thursday, and P) precipitation In Inches occurring be- ween 6 p.m. Wednesday and * p.m. Thursday: THE DAY'S RECORD Des Moines Deaths GRAHAM-Mrs. Fannie, 49, of 725 S.W. .. at iows Audubon IOWA .24 lurlington 82 Cedar Rapids |2 :ilnton 81 Javenport 82 >ecorah 84 >es Moines 83 Jubugue 80 owa City 86 .amonl, « Aapletoh 80 Mason City 8* Ottumwa 83 *louxCity 85 spencer....' §4 Waterloo 84 UNITED STATES^ (y (p) 64 67 65 66 67 58 67 63 67 67 60 58 67 63 57 62 .20 .54 Des Moines Births BUTTON-Mr. end Mrs, John F., Ill, 6f Dallas Center, a daughter, Thursday at Iowa Method st Hospital. YOUNG-Mr. and Mrs. Marshall V., 3901 TKlrty-elghm if.,, a daughter, Wednesday at Iowa A.M. 7:40-25 7:42—25.. 8:34—240 nr. aiiu mrm, mmrant Jhttl .it., a daughter, Methodist Hospital. Where's the Fire? Twenty-fourth St., clothes. Twenty-fourth st., assist. E. Livingston ave. Fourteenth st.. . electrical auto. Ubany NY Ubuquerque' '6 Anchorage 57 kmarlllo 99 Ashevllle 81 ktlanta . Hllfm .20 short, 10:54-725 HeroW ave., rescue'unif. lljll-1407 Forty-first Dlace. auto. 2:03-4380 S.E. Fifteenth court, rescue 5:J9-ui)' Harding road. auto. 1:19—1*47 Seventeenth St., house. NEWDATASPUR TO ABM FIGHT The Register presents the pick of the day's network tele- ----- - vision entertainment - PRE-viewed by the Register staff of Federal marshals opened fire j experts who have attended rehearsals, screened films and read. on three fleeing prisoners on a scripts in New York and Hollywood, All times shown are Central crowded downtown Detroit Daylight. Today's best: street Thursday, wounding one ! JUDD FOR THE DEFENSE-Clinton Judd takes on foe case escapee and three passersby. of a fugitive from a prison camp Seven prisoners had just been transferred by van from / the Wayne County Jail to the Federal Building for court hearings when the break took place. One of the prisoners made good his escape. U.S. Marshal Orville Trotter said that when the van was opened in the basement garage of the building, four of the prisoners leaped out and ran. The other three made no attempt to flee, he said. Trotter said the prisoners had 83 been handcuffed when placed in 'I* the van but somehow had freed themselves during the short crosstown trip. As the prisoners fled, marshals opened fire and bullets sprayed over the busy intersection crowded with office workers en route to their jobs. One of the escapees was struck in the chest near the heart, and three other persons were wounded, including Detroit News photographer Howard Shirkey. He was listed in "temporarily serious" condition with a leg wound. The critically wounded prisoner was identified as Lewis Carr, 31, Chicago. Carr, one of three men held in connection with a $25,000 bank robbery in Jackson, Mich., earlier this year, had bsen sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in con- Inection with another bank hold{"P. | Levi Washington, 37, was recaptured before he could get out of the federal building basement; Delbert Beard, 24, was nabbed by Detroit police officials a block away, and Clifford Jackson, 23, remained at large. Washington was placed on the FBI's list of "10 Most Wanted Men" last summer after escaping from the Criminal Courts Building in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hanley of Dearborn Heights also were wounded but refused medical attention. 2:00 Anoth. World 11:30 Prcs. Nixon 2:30 Don't Say 12:30 Late Show DES MOINES KDIN-TV 11 5:15 Friendly Giant 7:30 Gardening 5:30 Misterogers 6:00 What's New 6:30 Going Places 7:00 City Makers 8:00 French Chef 8:30 Critique 9:30 Theater AMES WOI-TV .7:30 Cisco Kid 2:30 One Life 8:00 Robin Hood 3:00 Shadows 8:30 J. LaLanne 9:00 Magic Window 9:30 Frontiers 10:00 Route 66 11:00 Bewitched 11:30 That Girl 12:00 Noon Report 12:30 Make Deal 1:00 Truth, Con. 1:30 Dating Game 2:00 Gen. 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Key was named the most valuable player in the 1969 Illinois state tournament. He hit .650 and stole 17 bases during series. the tournament W.DM. Demons Trials Sunday The West Des Moines Demons football team will hold player tryouts Sunday at 7 p.m. at Holiday Park. The Demons, coached by former Iowa and pro center Bill Lapham, will open their Central Semipro League season Aug. 16 at Delavan, Wis. O'BRIEN WAIVED OTTAWA, ONT. (AP) - Buster O'Brien, a quarterback from the University of Richmond, was placed on waivers W e d n e s d a y by the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League. Korean President Threatens to Quit SEOUL, KOREA (FRIDAY) (AP) — President Chung Hee Park threatened today to resign if South Korean voters reject a constitutional amendment that would allow him to seek a third term. Two Schools End Air Force R.O.T.C. WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) Air Force R.O.T.C. units at Harvard University and Dartmouth. College will be eliminated by mid-1971, the Air Force announced Thursday. NAME NEW MINISTER NAIROBI, KENYA (AP) President Jomo Kcnyatta announced at a cabinet meeting Thursday that Odero Jowi is to succeed assassinated. Tom Mboya as Kenya's minister of economic planning and development. By John H. Averill © The Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Senate's antiballistic missile opposition obtained classified Pentagon documents Thursday that reportedly cast doubt on the effectiveness of the heart of the Safeguard ABM system, its radars. There were reports, that the documents had been prepared by the Institute for Defense Analyses, a scientific think-tank financed largely by the Pentagon. Should the documents prove to be critical of the Safeguard radars, the ABM opposition is certain to accuse the administration of trying to suppress unfavorable information. With the Senate almost evenly divided on whether to deploy the Safeguard system, any. new information could have a significant bearing on the outcome of the ABM battle, now nearing the end of its third week. Senate majority leader Mike Mansfield (Dem., Mont.) conferred privately Thursday with leaders of the opposing sides in an effort to have the Senate begin voting on ABM amendments next week. But the opposition leaders asked that the fixing of a voting timetable be deferred to give them time to examine the classified documents. Senator Albert Gore (Dem., Tenn.), an opposition leader and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee on disarmament, announced that the subcommittee would meet in closed sessions next Wednesday morning to study the documents. The Safeguard critics contend the radars are highly vulnerable to enemy missiles and are not designed for the purpose the Nixon administration has assigned them — as part of the system to protect the nation's offensive missile force. Acting on the recommendations of the scientific critics, the Senate's ABM opponents are proposing that the entire $759.1 million the administration is requesting this year for the Safeguard system be used only for further research and development. The administration is asking that $400.9 million of that total be earmarked for deployment of the system at the first two of 12 proposed ABM sites. Now pending before the Sen-i ate is an amendment embody-; ing the opposition's proposal but a vote on it now appears unlikely before late next week. Mayor Won't Ban Anti-Nixon Protest MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES (FRIDAY) (REUTERS)-Mayor Antonio Villegas has refused to ban anti-American demonstrations which two student organizations plan to hold soon after President Nixon arrives Saturday. Mr. Nixon is visiting the Philippines for just under 24 hours, during which he will have talks with President Ferdinand Marcos. Hardin Pledges Aid to Farmers ATHENS, GA. (AP) - u.s. Agriculture Secretary Clifford M. Hardin pledged Thursday to back programs that will strengthen the income of the nation's farmers. Hardin spoke at a U.S. Department of Agriculture conference attended by about 2,000 farm representatives from eight southern states Puerto Rico. It was one of a series of regional meetings giv- 7"It's great to be clean shaven again and feeling like a human being." Radio AM (standard kc) MO—WOI, Ames; educational 910—WSUI, Iowa City; educational 940—KIOA, Des Moines 1040-WHO, Des Moines; NBC 1150— KWKY, Des Moines 1350—KRNT, Des Moines; CBS 1390—KCBC, Des Moines; Mutual 1460—KSO, Des Moines; NBC FM (megacycles) Des Moines; educational; educa- 88.1—KDPS (FM), educational 90.1—WOI-FM, Ames; stereo 91.7—KSUI <FM), Iowa City; cational; stereo 97.3—KDMI-FM, Des Moines 100.3—WHO-FM, Des Moines 93.3—KWDM-FM, Des Moines; stereo 94.9— KFMG (FM), Des Moines 104.1—KLFM, Ames; stereo; ABC-FM ing farm leaders an opportunity to give their opinions and advice on farm policies. Hardin said his recommendations probably will include a long-range resource adjustment program involving voluntary land retirement and efforts to help rural people in preparing for new opportunities both on and off the farm. ' . Electrocuted by Wire in Attic (Special Dispatch to The Register) EAST MOLINE, ILL.-Chester Tinker, 54, of East Moline, was electrocuted in the attic of .his "d home Thursday afternoon when his drill came in contact with a live electrical wire. Rock Island County coroner James Shaw said Tinker was drilling a hole in the floor of the attic to connect an electrical wire to a stove he was installing. He said Tinker's drill apparently struck a portion of the home's electrical wiring. He was found about 4 p.m. by his wife, Cinderella. Tinker was dead on arrival at Illini Hospital in Silvis, 111. WIREPHOTO (AP) Ringing Iowa's Liberty Bel) The replica of the Liberty Bell on the grounds of the Iowa Statehouse was rung officially for the first time Thursday in honor of the return of the Apollo 11 astronauts. The bell, erected in 1950, was tolled by Sueanne Waterman, 22, a secretary in the Iowa secretary of state's office.

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