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Boston Bombs Chisox, 10-2 Dan Sikes Takes Carting Lead WOODBRIDGE, Out. (AP) -- made putting tricky and diffi- R.H. "Dick" Sikes, profiting j cult for the late starters. from some putting advice, Sikes, 27, said he had taken swept into the first round lead some putting lessons from Bert ReTsoV'iurm^d "o^Tce*" White :_ fi.» «onn nnrt r n .li nn UTn^lH Von^o^ an/I n^lr rVu.-fnrri »=ir- Kea :ox JUmpCQ Ott 3CC Wmie BOSTON ( A P ) --Ken Harrel- fifth and drove in another run Chicago 000 000 020-- 2 9 i son drove in four runs with a .vith a double in the seventh. Boston 430 010 20x--1« 13 0 homer, triple and double as The Red Sox, who had been Peters, Wood ( 3 ) , S Jones Boston broke loose from a week Averaging only slightly better ' 6 » , Wilhelm (8) and Josephson. long batting slump to defeat than 14 runs per nine innings Herrmann ( 6 ) ; Santiago and E Chicago 10-2 Friday night be- for the past week and were held Howard. W--Santiago, 8 4. L -hind the steady pitching of Jose to two hits Thursday night, be- Peters, 15-8. Santiago. labored three Chicago pitchers Home run -- Boston, Harrel- The victory enabled the Red f o t 13 hits. son ( 1 1 ) . Sox to maintain their slim grip on first place in the American league pennant race and in the $200,000 Carling World Yancey and Dick Crwford ear- Golf Championship Friday with r-par 68. tened me out. Player of South Africa, rible." U'O-run ^the Peters for ' In Reality Trainer Seeks Upset In N.H. who has won all the world's ma- Tony Jacklin of England, Chi ea TM sew up the decision La., tied for second Paso, Tex., were tied for with'69s. i with 70s. The others came in All were among the early fin- with 71s. ishers, and their scores stood Arnold Palmer had a 75, four the test of 145 professionals as over par, after taking 28 putts. the sun dried out the greens and Labron Harris, Stillwater, Okla., had a hole in one on the i 150-yard, par 3 seventh hole. j Sikes' putting paid off on the fcigantic and treacherous greens i at the 7,024-yard Boadd of Trade birdies of 12, 25 _ Sun- '0 first, $53,180 to second, $26,^ 590 J» third, $13 ,295 to four,, siened In Reallt y- took « second look ^ $ 5l J?. ssa t 1 SJ ass State League Sets Three-Game Slate Birds Finally Whip Catfish at Rockingham Park and shift- will not be made until the Mayland State League has scheduled three rained-out td strategy in all all-out effort vve ek of to upset the highly regarded Dr. Fager. "Originally, I planned to send In Reality out of the starting gate with Dr. Fager and a.- itmpt to run with him as long KANSAS CITY i AP) -- Curt as possible," said Calvert. after P.lefary's run scoring single in watching Mrs. Frances Center's y putts the mnth inning gave Baltimore ,ce complete his workouts with ' M ? over Kansas Clty ' ne ' half mile ln :503 - 5 ' games to be played today in, ,.nd saved oai on the fiiat and _ . , ,-. - .. D , ,, fv , f ,,,, K rwo;«»,t what league managers hope will second holes with putts from 15 F n d a v n '8 ht But now that Barbs Deh 8 ht Tigers Errors Give Twins 5-4 Victory SHOOTING FOR LEAD IN U.S. AMATEUR-Bob Dickson of McAlester, Okla., the first round leader, strokes from the sand on the third hole in Friday's second round of the THE NEWS, Frederkk, Maryland Saturday, September 2, 1967 AP WirepioTo U.S. Amateur at Colorado Springs, Colo. His shot stopped eight feet from the pin and Dickson put it in for par. Dickson played on the 1967 Walker Cup team. Page 11 Time Out For Sports WITH ARTHUR D. POSTAL Grid Squad Sets Tuneup For Today be the next to last day of the and 25 feet. regular season. , "The greens are really hard Four games were originally to putt," he said. scheduled at a meeting held Tuesday night at the home of league president, Max Kehne. But Bomber manager Clarence Cooper told Middletown manager Larry Ahalt that he *ould have to forfeit since he did not think he could get a team together. In other contests, Mount Airy MINNEAPOLIS - ST PAUL Hegan's Homer Defeats Nats For Yankees Larry Haney led off the inning i in the race, my thinking has -,,ith a single off Jim "Catfish" c hanger 1 I am honing that Hunter, 11-14. and Sam Bowens Barbs Delight will run with Dr. ( A P ) Minnesota capitalized on ran for him but was caught off Fager during the early part of four Tiger errors to give Jim second on Luis Aparicio's the race. We'll be laying off the Kaat a three-run lead in the grounder after being sacrificed pace and attempt to take them early innings and the big left- along. in the stretch." hander hurled the Twins to a 5- Aparicio went to second on Barbs Delight, another speed 4 victory over the Tigers Friday the play, however, and came in demon in Saturday's 1 V 4 mile'night. on Blefary's single. race--the richest in the country gy winning, the Twins re- The Athletics scored a run off for 3-year-olds--was runner-up ra ained one-half game behind I'ete Rirhert. 9-13, without a hit m the Kentucky Derby and will American League-leading Bos- NEW YORK (AP) -- Mike in the f i r s t i n n i n £ wnen Bert RO into the race without a seri- i on The third-place Tigers turn- will participate in an unique Hegan's first major league I'ampaneris walked stole his cus workout over the trek j t.'.ed two games back. Upe of doubleheader at Point' homer, a two-out blast in the 46th base, went to third on John "He is ready " said Hal Steele; Eddie Mat hew s , the veteran o* Rocks Mount Airy will first , 12th inning--gave the New York Donaldsons sacrifice bunt and Jr.. tramer and part-owner who , tnird basema n acquired by the play Todd 'Steel, and after that Yankees and southpaw Fritz scorefd 0 " Mlke Hershberger s arrived at Rockingham Park ^ for his hitting in the eame is finished take on Luc- , Peterson a 2-1 victory over sacrifice fly -,te Thursday night and took his £T retch run .contributed two er- Bailie is iiiiiaiicu, mivc «ii t-iu Ra hmnrp tipri thp srnrp in thp rnlt nut fnr a aallon FriHav :_ i u _ c: i. : :_,, distance for his sixth victory A Lot Of Weaknesses WHEN OTTO GRAHAM relieved Bill McPeak as head coach of the Washington Redskins in the winter of 1966, the needs of the Redskins in order to become a good football team were obvious ; a better offensive line, a fullback and a decent defensive backfield. When Don Shula took over the helm of the Baltimore Colts In 19«3. the needs of the Colts to become a world champion were obvious: a decent running attack and a punter who could get the ball out of the infield. Now, two years later for Graham and four years later for Shula the needs of the Redskins are for a fullback and a decent defensive backfield; and for the Colts a running attack that will take the pressure off the crisp passing and excellent play-calling of John Unitas. * . * · ( FOR THE REDSKINS, the last part of the summer of 1967 shows that Washington has a better ball club. The offensive line js better, the running attack, with A. D. Whitfield. Joe Don Looney and Steve Thurlow tremendously improved, is respected, th? linebacking corps, hurt by the loss of John Reger, has rebounded, with Sam Huff, Chris Hanburger, Steve Jackson and John Carroll doing an excellent job. and the defensive line is one of the best in the NFL, with Joe Rutgens back after a year's layoff due to injury, and Spain Musgrove, the number 2 dra r t choice, showing that he has the speet} and strength commensurate with his 280 pounds The Colts are similarly improved. Bubba Smith is everything they sayr ITnitas is gettinp better with age; the rookie quarterback, Jim Ward, is not moving the team too well, but keeps cool and is learning quickly: Raymond Berry is st|H Raymond Berry: the offensive line does a good job; an,d the defensive backfield still bears the unmistakable imprint of Weeb Ewbank. But, using the Redskin-Colt contest of Thursday night as a basis for judgment, neither of the two teams has irr. proved tnough to accomplish what thev want to do- for the Redskins win nine or 10 games, and f r the Colts, whup the Green Bay Packers. * it i i TTI'E 2.5-17 SCORE by which the foils defeated the Redskins Thursday night cannot be considered decisive by even the most rabid f a n . And, just by looking at the score it can he determnied that the only thing that was important were the performances of the marginal athletes who knew that their professional careers were at stake. An example was the Redskins' first touchdown, when ace pass-grabber Charley Taylor pulled down two Jergensen tosses for 76 yards while being guarded by rookie Bob Wade, and Bobby Mitchell caught a two-yarder from Jurgy in the end aone after faking rookie Charley Stukes out of his socks. And Unitas plaved only half the game, letting young Ward take his lumps from the likes of Carl Kammermer and .Willu' Adams at the ends and Rutgens. Musgrove and Walter Barnes up the middle. 4 k * ' PERHAPS THE MOST obvious need of the Redskins as shown ; n the game was the need for a fullback Big Ray McDonald, the Skins No 1 choice, showed that he has speed, can block and can get that extra yard. But McDonald is totally lost in the open field, and does not have the moves to get past a linebacker one-on-one. In fact McDonald, given the ball and pome running room, seemed bent not on gaining yardage, but on getting close to tho defense, where he was easy pickings. Once McDonald caught a safety-valve pass near the sidelines with only Dennis Gaubatz near. Noticing Gaubatz. McDonald stopped in his tracks, then started to give Dennis the hip. By the time McDonald stopped dancing, he had all he had gained on the pass and had set himself up to be nailed by three defenders right at the line of scrimmage. Another time he blocked, then stepped just over the line of scrimmage, where he caught a quick toss from second-string quarterback Jim Ninowski. Instead of heading toward |he sideline, McDonald chugged up the middle. He gained six yards, but the error set up a fourth-and-four situation and · Colt Held goal. Although the Colts did not show any don't-belongs, they did fail to impress with thoir running attack, especially when it's not the Redskins but the Packers that thev must impress. The only thing the Colts showed well a« far as running goes (Continued On Page Twelve) ketts. The first game will start Washington Friday night, at 1 p.m., with the second sche- Peterson checked the Sena- Area coaches will send their duled to begin at approximately teams into t h e second scrim- 3:45. · . , , , . , t - In the other game, German- , against 13 defeats, mages of pre-season practice town wiu take on Pleasant Wa ik I D ick Lines, 1-4, who relieved today with Frederick looking al Mye rsville. Phil Ortega in the llth, was the foi a No. one quarterback. Wednesday night, Middletown \ ictim of Hegan's homer. Frederick will go against both will plav Pleasant Walk at My- Horace Clarke doubled in the Wheaton and Sherwood in a un- ersville This game was origin- first inning and scored on a sin- wneaton ana bnerwooa in a un thought to have been for- gl e by Tom Tresh, giving the ique triangular scrimmage. fei [ ed but Kehne ruled that it Yanks a 1-0 lead. For Frederick coach Roy w as a rained out game. This The Senators bunched two of Comer, the need for haste is pa me will begin at 6 p.m. their hits in the third and tied apparent. The Cadets h o st rmg'e and Dave Johnson's double off Hunter. BALTIMORE Mount Airy and Germantown the score. Ed Brinkman led off Kansas citr Baltimore tied the score in the colt out for a gallop Friday ij. ors j n tne first inning when second on Brooks Robinson's morning. , Minnesota counted a pair of un- Reason to Hall also completed earned runs his preparations by galloping. Then \Villie Horton and Jim KANSAS CITY Jim Bishop, the rank outsider | Price were guilty of errors in »· r h bi in the small field, breezed one-' tne third, when the Twins half mile in 51 seconds and .core i twice more to take a 5-2 f.ainer Don Bryant remarkel. j^. ad 1 .'ith a smi e. ' we re in cinch to Kaat who checked the Tigers :;et part of the money." , 01 , seven hits to record his 10th No words were ever truer spo- · V . ct0 ry against 13 losses, gave ken for the $265,900 purse will nack one of tne unearned runs, be split five ways with $167,51? , Bowing wildly to first in the i Tigers' two-run second. A p a n c i o s B l r f a r If BRcbi-r Powell Ib Johnson 2b Haney c Bowens pr EtchPbrn c Richer) p Totals s 5 1 1 0 C m p n T i s G, 5 0 2 1 Donrtldsn 2 b 3 0 0 0 S " 3 0 Hcrshbqr i f 3 0 1 ' f 4 0 0 0 C a t e r If 1 0 1 0 · 3 4 1 2 0 DGreen Ib 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 Roof c 4 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 Nobsek c f 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 Kubiak Ib 3 0 1 0 0 0 ' 0 Hunter p 3 0 0 D 0 0 C 1 Totals 30 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 i; 2 10 7 010 000 001--} 100 000 COO--1 IW 9 1 3 ' 'L, 1 Glenelg next Friday ni g ht, are locked in a battle for first with a single, Ortega sacrificed while TJ will have an extra j^iace in th- league, with Ger- E nd Ken McMullen knocked in , Apar? c To' a sB-o--, week before opening at home mantown holding a narrow, - the -un with a single to right. Richen. SF- He -r against the same team. game margin as a result of its Washington Comer has three quarterback 7-2 Wednesday night victory ov- 001 O ft « 000 000--1 4 0 candidates in Petey Cooper, er Mount Airy. N'ew York Gary O'Bryan and Earle Main. If Germantown wins its single ioo 000 000 001--2 8 T All three were impressive in game and Mount Airy wins both Ortega, Lines (11) and Casano- the first scrimmage, although of its Sunday contests, a sud- va; Peterson and Gibs. W--Pe- Comer thinks O'Bryan still lacks den - death playoff for the reg- terson, ?,-l3. L--Lines. 1-4. experience ular season championship will Home run -- New York, He- Comer appears to have his be held Wednesday night at Me- gan (1) iefense set. Last week he said Curd - v Fleld between the two Yiarles Woodward, "couldn't teams - ° ame time Wl11 °* 8 p Battey Back Middletown and Creagerstown {,,.,, are fighting for third place in IP 9 ' H R 5 1 '0 2 cR OR SO 1 I * Woody Fryman Home Ron Sends Blanks Phils LA Over Braves PB -- R o o f T 1 47 A ~ 3,711 Canvasback Duck Shooting Outlawed A N N A P O L I S \ P - Shooting canvasback ducks w i l l be prohibited in the next h u n t i n g sea- PITTSBURGH ( A P ) -- Woody ATLANTA (AP) -- Al Ferar- M-vman fired a three-hitter and ra's fifth-inning home run, the -truck out 15, leading the Pitts- thjg of R the game for Los An- nirgh Pirates to a 3-0 victory « eles - snapped a ue ana sem me j \ e r Philadelphia Friday nigh: Fryman, recording his third ictorv in 10 decisions. he ball well, averaging ards a carry," he added Comer said he has six boys n his backfield "who can move." Permits Granted For Two County Schools Dodgers to a 6-4 victory over Atlanta Friday night. Successive home runs in the tourth inning by Bob Bailey, his ingle game strikeout high for ; econd of the year, and Willie MINNEAPOLIS-ST P A U L son m Maryland, the Maryland the Pirates this year, falling Uavis, his t h i r d , had given the AP) 1 The Minnesota Twins Game and Inland Fish t o m m i s - c , n ly one short of Bob Veale's Lodgers a 4-2 lead before the set a the league, with Middletown vir- Friday took »eteran catcher lua'lv assured of winning the Earl Battey and rookie infielder battle Ron Clark off the disabled list The playoffs will begin next Neither has seen much action Sunday, with the no. 1 team this season. Battey. bothered by facing the number three team several injuries, has a .1U6 baf- ,-ind the number two team fac- ting average. Clark started several games at third base early in the season before undergoing The Frederick County Pla.i- the number four team. W Germantown 14 Ml Airy Middletown 13 14 ning and Zoning Commission Creagerstown 11 has granted building permi's Todd Steel 7 for the Vallev Elementary New Market 7 School and the Catoctin High School Valley Klementarv will Bombers Ramblers be Pleas. Walk Rt ,)40 Germantown 7, Creagerstown 3 .824 -3 .813 4 4 .778 '-2 7 .611 3'2 9 .438 6'a 10 .412 7 5 9 .400 8 6 11 .353 9 4 4 .222 12^ constructed by the Glenn Con- Lucketts 1 14 .CG7 14 strut-lion Co. "of Rockville for Last Week's Results $7(K).(K)() It w i l l be located ,n Middletown 2, Germantown 1 the south side of U S at Horine Road Frederick Construction Co of Middletown 9, Bombers 0 North Market Street w i l l build Sunday's Games ihe Catoctin School for S'i.OOO.- Mt Air at Todd Steel, 1 p m 000 on the north side of Rt. 81 --Repp, Lake at intersection of Rt 15 nonh Mt. Airy vs Lucketts at The m a t e r i a l for both schools Todd Steel, li.45 p m., Lake, vull be brick, block and steel Repp A permit was also approver Germantown. at Pleasant for Wayne F. Sanders of Smiths-1 Walk--Clme. Jsmes burg to build a single f a m i l y Bombers at Middletown (for- non-farm d w e l l i n g on the north- ft-itc;!' east side of Shriver Road, one Wednesday's (lames half mile from Harney R o a d , ' M i d d l e t o w n at pleasant Walk, for $2."),000. " i 6 p m surgery on his right LINE SCORES Houston 000 000 000--II X :j St. Louis 101 121) OOx--5 9 0 V o n Hoff, Eilers 5 ) . Schneider (7) and Bateman. Briles ?nd McCarver. W--Briles, 10-5 L--Von Hoff. 0-2. Home run -- St Louis B r i c k '".6). sion announced The commission stud the canvasback population on the breeding grounds List spi nui \\ is '7 per cent belou K^' \e:u and "ie a n n u a l a v e r a g e There w e r e more t h a n 60 coo killed last season on the \ t l a n t ' c f ! \ w a \ mere thar. double 'be n o r m a l rate Most of the cama-.- hack d u c k s in t i n - t h w a \ ne-t ii'. M a r v l a i i d A's Sign Choice K A N S A S CITY \P ' K a n s a s Citv A t h l e t i c ·· gned t h e i r No ! di ,if I ' l len H. kcr'ion Plego f';-.hl T c l u b record of 16 The Pirates Rave the hard t h r o w i n g left-hander the only run he needed in the second in- rang on a w a l k Jose Pagan's s.ngle. a force play at second and Cookie Rojas' error Philadelphia (100 000 000--0 :5 1 1'ittsburgh (110 KM) Olx--:! H 1 L Jackson Farrell ' H i a n d ' ) l i \ e r . F r y m a n and May W-/ i v m a n , 3-7 L--L Jackson. 10- '^raves tied the score in the bot- i.m of th efourth. 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