The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 2, 1967 · Page 12
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12 THK NEWS. Frederick. Maryland Saturday. September t. 1M7 Inventive Stram Is Optimistic LIBERTY, Mo. (AP) -They eould line up in the single wing and be a good football team." That's how Coach Wally Lemm of Houston feels about the Kansas City Chiefs, the de- Dnaing American League champions. And he's probably right". The Chiefs won't be lining up in the single wing this season, but they will be using the Tight End I, the latest innovation to '.low from the fertile mind of Coach Hank Stram. Whether it will make Kansas City any more formidable isn't known at this time, but if it does it'll only pull the Chiefs further rway from the rest of the league "They have the manpower, and they've played together for ? number of vear," Lemm offered. "They have as good personnel as anyone in pro football " Stram declines to make such l««ftv anpraisals. but he does say his team is better this year than I »st. "A year ago," he said, "Gar- Chicago, Nets Split Twinbill CHICAGO (AP) - Veteran Don Cardwell yielded only five hits and struck out 11 in pitching he New York Mets to a 3-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs in the second game of a doubleheader Friday. The Cubs won the opener 8-2 as Ferguson Jenkins recorded his 17th victory. Ron Swoboda and Bob Johnson homered for the only Mets' runs. Cardwell, who had been on the disabled list with a sore arm, picked up his first victory ?s a starting pitcher since May 26. He had won one game in relief since then. His won-lost record is 5-9. The Mets scored their first l\vo nms in the second inning on a walk, sing'es by Swoboda and T«rry Buchek, a sacrifice fly by Jerry Grote plus an error by -enterfielder Adolfo Phillips. Billy Williams, Ron Santo and l?rnie Banks each drove in two runs for Chicago in the opener, ·-'anto singled in the first of two in the first inning and capped a thre-run rallv in the seventh with an RBI hit. (First Game) New York 100 001 000--2 7 1 Chicago 201 000 32x--8 12 0 Fisher, Selma (7), Ren'ff (8) and Sullivan; Jenkins and Hundley, w--Jenkins, 17-10. L--Fisher, 9-16. Home runs--New York, Johnson (5), Swoboda (1). Second Game New York 020 100 000--3 6 0 Chicago 400 000 000--« 5 l Cardwell and Grote; Culp, Mikkelsen (9) and Hundley. W-Cardwell. 5-9. L--Culp, 8-11. rett was a rookie, Coan was recovering from injuries, Hurston was playing end for the first time and Taylor was at flanker for the first time." Mike Garrett wound up second in the league in rushing with 801 yards; Bert Coan, who spelled Garrett, was ninth in rushing with 521: Chuck Hurston developed into a pretty good defensive end, and Otis Taylor developed into a brilliant pass receiver, catching 58 passes, the same number as teammate Chris Burford, third best in the league. Fullback Curtis McClinton joined Garrett and Coan among the top 10 rushers, but Stram wasn't satisfied with having only three good runners teaming with quarterback Len Dawson and receivers Taylor, Burford and tight end Fred Arbanas. The 1966 coach of the year took defensive lineman Aaron Brown, all 6-feet-5 and 265 rounds of him, and made him a fullback. Arbansas, incidentally, is the kev man in the Chiefs' new formation. He lines *p behind the Quarterback, thti either stays there until the snap or shifts to either side of the line. The halfback and fullback, in order, line up behind him while the two wide receivers both are j on the line. If the tight end shifts up to the line, one of the receivers steps into the back- f.eld. Stram hasn't planned anything new for the de f ense this vear. He'll have the same old thine; as he did last vear -- and that's orettv good. Jerry Mays iii'ns Hurston as the ends and Ruck Buchanan and either Andv Rice or Ed Lothamer are the ta dries. The linebackers are Boby ttp'l Sherrill He^drick and E. J. M^lub while the secondary has T ohnnv Robinson, B^v Hunt Fletcher Smith and Willie Mit- rh«ll *!»»iith has stetwd in for T^red Will'amson who hroke his srrn in an exhibition fame. Stram also h»s snoh n^tfntial- Iv pood rookies »« oVfpnstw lineman O»np Trocoh anH lino, hackers Wi'lie Lan'»r and Tim ' vnf h An"th*»r rookie, ^-foot pi/, Nol^no" Smith is tiirn'n" into a bnl'isnt k'Hr rohirripr H B already has run back several ·mpts and kickof's for more than 70 yards in exhibition play. Time Out For Sports (Continued From Page Eleven) was the ability to sweep. Both Tony Lorick and Jerry Hill did a good job running sweeps, and gained valuable yardage during drive. But inside, the Colts weren't moving too well, with Lorick, Jim Welch, Hill and Tom Mat tee failing to move the Redskin defense. * * * » THE RUNNING PROBLEM is the key one to the Colts. The receiving corps of Berry, Raymond Perkins, John Mackey, Jim Orr and Willie Richardson can do the job. The Colts' pass blocking, especially with Unitas in there, is excellent, handling blitzes effectively and giving Unitas enough time to find his target. The defense, with Bubba Smith in there, is improved, and Rich Volk will help in the defensive backfield, as will Charley Stakes. But the running game must be improved if the Colts are to win an NFL championship. With the Redskins, the problems are greater. McDonald must be taught what to ' do with the ball or the Skins must get the rules changed to allow a traffic cop on the Held. The defensive backfield will have to work together better, and Rickie Harris will have to stop his indiscriminate pass interference with pass receivers. That the two teams can accomplish all these things before the beginning of the season, or, overcome them is a matter of question. But if they do, perhaps we can see the Colts facing the Redskins in the NFL championship game. Roche Quits Tennis Tourney , th ( l d th · Completing the field m the , FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) eliminated Marilyn Montgomery headliner are Lelia E. Ever- j Third jpedpd Tonv Roche of ^ San Antonio. 6-1, 6-2. Cart's M. M. L., 117 and No - Third-seeded Tony Kocne oi defaulted to ex-U.S. Hoy, John S. Burrows' Con- Australia withdrew from the Davjs Gene ^^ Q{ gt finement 117 and No B oy, and National Tennis Championships James N Y Hopkins and Peters' Oce a n , Friday because of a sore Roche was the third seeded Guard. 112, and apprentice Ro-1 Albergo, WiI legate In C-T Feature SATUADAY BNTPIES Flrjt Rut, Pur** $l,Mt, Thr*t *nd Fovr-Yttr-OM M«M*fl». CMmlnf U14M), Six »nd · H«H Fur tout t. A--C SKinner and G M Gaskey entry Jolah )12 Rosy Ruler 112 Ole Jackson 115 Captain H'mgan n* Sincere 117 Priestess x07 AAanah xUj Bucket Sh» IIS Some Logic x)07 aFlam'go Man xllO Noire Guerre Silky Lass \ CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. Sidney Culver's highly consistent Albergo and Elsie M. Ramey's Willogate, both of j .vhorn are seeking to extend I winning skeins, head a field of' 1 s.x a'lowance runners entered in the $2,500 Summit Point Purse, at seven Tdrlongs at Ch a r 1 e s Town Saturday. Albergo, who has won four races in 13 outings, carries topweight of 120 j pounds, in the 3-year-old and up feature, and Willogate, winner ol four of 16 attempts, uses the , aporentice allowance to get i n 1 __ _ _ with 115 pounds. No Rider was ow» «nd"up7cuTmTnfl"(s"mo), Foir «mt named at entry time to handle ~ """ "" the like choices. Robert Armstrong's Pelter, holder of a nose decision over Albergo in early August, more recently a third p l a c e Fourm R . ct , j» ur$ » $1 , JC «. Thr**-Y.«r- finisher with top grade allow- o o ami UP. claiming $uso, six and jnce company, looms the strong- * w "'" BFuurrkK11 - Ytar Olds and Up. Claiming (tlMO-XIM, Four and a Hatf Furlongs. Hawa Bee H9 tnarisma 120 Rom'tic Rom i 114 Whirling River xlll Miss f e e r e s s 113 Tr'bles O« Mine 114 aAdrian '-T n's x l l l aTorlno xlU On Hoiida/ 111 Bang On 113 A--Jack Sweetnian and Fairvle* (arm entry El;hth Bac*. Purs* I1.MO, Tnrte Yt»r- xlU Hoodwinkle 115 o:ds *Mt up. Allowance, Four an* « xio? aProperty Tax x!07 Hall Furlong*. Second Race, Furs* »!,«», Tnrtc-Ytar- Lowlana x " 7 Capum John l ? Olds and Up, Claiming (fllM), Four and Opera Charlie x ! 1 7 Our Robert 119 · Mall Furlongs. Eaaer Sir n - Mali (111 Miss Verteha 113 Easy To Please 1 1 3 ' Cherry Lane 1U Ken War xlOf Wendy Lou xlO« Ninth Ract, Purst «,060, Three-Year- Naretha n« Miss Motive 113 Ods and Up, Allowance, Six and · Hall Furlongs. Capred \'1 Bordeau Prince ' ' Blue Vasco 115 Native Jim 117 Per Lene '.7 Newport Belle K6 Friendly ;ount 170 Outer Strata 117 Tetraentity Tenth Race, Purs* 11,300, Three-Year- Olds, Claiming (J1150), On* Mile and 5-U. Easy To Do 120 ffr Che sea 11' Myall 11 "· * Don x" Enquesf Sun Lady 111 Derry Bang »· ' X--5 Lbs apprentice allowance claimed and a MaN FwrlOAg*. Lady Tarantula n; Bud Burgoo Oor'n's Knight xlUinake Lano Nelsonvill* l»0 Far Gone Principe G'cho xl I J oOirty Face Revoscope 1JO«The T»n fomi IW Ginger M I " / A-E O Kilng B. C Brittlngham entry flghth ··«*, Puri. |l,*»l, Throo-Vet*- OMs* Allowtnc*. Fow and · M«» F»r- Helen's Trailer 113 Hnh'y Esfmed 116 Geofor in R^tteladora 116 Povey Doc xlOJ Barks Roman 116 Beau Peep H6 Assorted Bell 113 j Third Race, Purs* S1,100, Thr**- v *ar- Yo Do So Poullam Woodwork Maaic Move an j i Sweet MarYite ana l Tybalt x ' 1 7 Kmry 115 Bold Jack 116 Hunt Queen 113 Presta Sun 116 Quatre Jim x'" G'enaf \-1 Knock Around Hi 119 119 11* xl'l 113 star to leave because of illness bert Howard. ll'Ooo Loo 1)4 Ranbee xr You Quill I 1 ' Tllhe Dell 112 Regal Music 123 Well Aware xl"- Red Alibi 114 Fl.'th Ract, Pun* $1,JOO, Two-Year. Olds, Claiming ($4000-3500), Six and * Mali Furlongs. Skip Amour i - Flo Helen 115 Steady Gale 11 s P'dm N Tame x104 Mr. Stubble 112 Shr-nuerre x ' " Ruthie A x ' ' Jelly Fish xlll Sixth Race. Purse 11,400, Four-Year- Odil and Up Claiming (SHOO-21M), Six ard a Hall Furlongs. Stane Discove y David's Alibi I 1 ' Cure 120 Wild Oat xlOv Casey's Ann xl ' Indian Raid 12J Pest Beau i20 My Party Doll 1M Dancing LiaM and MONDAY NI0HT PROGRAM First Rac«, Purs* »1,100, Two-Year-Old Maidens, Four and a Hall Furlongs. Red Ash x l ' 2 Forty s Best 120 Honeymtherock xllS Over The Limit 120 and Up, 6 ' 2 Furlongs M' Conde Way ! · ' Karen's Hosie. 'M Chief Alamo *Hi O*«Wy Coo' "'6 Miles Ol S n.lcs 113 The G'd Romon .11 Mister Priam 122 Ninth Rac«, Purto »l,4»», Thr»*-Y««r- Ods and Up, Claiming (tIMO), On* Ml'* ·nd a Fourth. Freeie Bang x l l 2 Ripperondo l / Map's Cap x . K Lulscito l ' Navy TrouD 117 Eve nSwv 17 F I R S T , $1,200, Maiden-Claiming. 2-Yea-Old Maidens, 4' . Furlongs Family Trouble (Oopalo) 4.M-1 M-I 4« Heather*!* (Howard) 7.««-I.M Count Walnut (Slgler) 1 *t Risky Cowntois, Bruisar, Yosnua, Sin Sonic, Rlv*r Mirror, High Talent, Some Match Tim*--5S I-J. SECOND. $1,200, Claiming, 3 and 4 Year-Olds, 6 ' 2 Furlongs. Dear Sherry (Howard) 3.40-J.oa-l ' Hustler John (Denney) )1^*-«.H Mr. Sir (V. Eiplnosa) J .w Spot-O-Gold, Dr*am Of The*. Muir- Wim-CIIH, Omalon*, Buck land B*ll, Cr, Bones. Tlmo--1.13 1-5. DAILY DOUBLE-CS-4); Paid--SJO.O*. THIRD, $1,200, Maiden-Claiming, t Year Old Maidens, 4' 2 Furlong: Jolly F*lla (V. Esplnosa) J.«»-J M-l ·, Massua Jaunt (Baker) 7.4»-*.4l Patty's Valentin* (Oustlnes) 10.20 Instant Coff**, Native Night, Henceforth, Shaw Bern)*, Dude's Jet, Wld* Country, Eddy's Paddy. Tlmo--.51 1-J. FOURTH, $1,200, Claiming, 3-Year-Olds, 7 Furlongs J«ns Treasure (Cape) «.»»-l 4«-) to Junkin Jo* (Slgler) 5.40-4.00 Nellie S (Howard) 1.40 Orbit Again, Alator, Apache Fir*. Tim* --1.12. FIFTH, $1,200, Claiming, 3-Year-Olds Menokin xl!2 Lost Night 120 Golden Pearl 120 Spring Jut 120 Dark Wood 120 Red Far xH2 Tools Of Trade xm Late Moon 117 Optimus x!15 Miss Fate 112 115 112 L ' 9ht shou'der His top-ranked teammate, O r injury. Two high-ranked Albergo was all out under 114 John Newcombe, the Wimble- g^ls, Maria Bueno of Brazil and pounds to post his latest tally, don champion, also turned up Nancy Richey of Dallas, both and a neck decision over Brown with an ailment in his right leg withdrew earlier. Jay at seven furlongs here two but managed a 6-2, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 Newcombe said he suffered a weeks ago. Prior to that effort triumph over 18-year-old Mike pinched nerve at Longwood last he was a close up second to a sixteenth. Estep of Dallas, Tex. Saturday. Pelter but was disqualified and 1 ^m Roger Taylor of Great Brit- However, Estep was at the placed third for lugging in on Aunt Edie ain, seeded sixth, and Charles mercy of the top-seeded Aussie Willogate in the closing strides ^'T Queen Pasarell of Puerto Rico, seeded through the first two sets of the 0 ( the seven furlong test. 6ignth Rl£e/ Pur « $ ,. JO(/ T hre*-Year eighth, were the other men stadium match and suddenly Willogate has put together Old » » nd UD - starter-Allowance, seven seeds to win first rounders. And became a tiger as he broke t , ack to back winners since the i «',, l'i a cee they did it with ease. Newcombe to start the third set. race w j t h Albergo and appears | astingum Taylor eliminated Armistead Estep the U.S. Junior Grass to be in top form . H e has come ] ° a »TM [ LAaudrara Neely of Tampa Fla . 6-3, 6-1, 6- Court champion and schedu'ed j rom o ff tne pace i n all of his J M.chaei 1 and Pasadel' beat 6*11 Cullen, to enter Rice University this races this year an d should be Ocean Music West Point, N.Y., 6-4, 6-2, 6-2. month, was caught 2-2 in ^ the ma ki n g his move with Albergo Other winners included Davis * hird *et. But he broke New- as that rival prefers to run in Gunner Cliff Richev of San An- ^ mbe in the flfth § ame when the same pattern. " R y W l o n o n two sue- M AcV,on "··- iTE^'er ie xw Lost p a i x!ol Hatteras tonio, Tex.; 1963 champ Raphael Osuna of Mexico and Gene Scott of St. James, N.Y. ; Scott was scheduled to play | Roche, but drew a new opponent j when Roche left the tournament. long on two sue- Pelter in with m ei ht *** than he carried to from 30-30 in the 10th game to his third place finish earlier in win the set ., . the month and has to be con- Estep rallied to hold servic £ -idered a strong factor. He is set but Newcom^ put morTzip Jjffi^ «£,,"£!»*" ^ ;~ ,.«,.,,« n ~A ,,r.w^,, f« ·»;« f,i,a 1'uaing ine idiiy jver _. . , . _ , ... . in serve and volley to win five fi Richey beat Bernard Watson straight points and hold. of Greenville. S.C., 6-1. 6-X 6-1. Newcombe. playing just a lit- Osuna defeated Mario Obando tle harrier Major 'of Costa R-ca. a Penn State stu- ^ exan in the sixth ?ame forc . -· |J | _. I _, E-.-* ^ent 6-1. 6-1. 6-4 And Scott de- : ni? errors and held to the end tlQ\Q LOOKS MSI 'eated John Yeomans of Los Little Rosemarv Casals of San n TwrTnv o r r A P ^ \noeles. 6-4 10-8. 11-9. T-ancisco seeded seventh DARLINGTON, S. C. (AP) -- r?TiArn Ha ^ Jfl 2SLd l "»«"'«« w °T n - s r pt past ^^.m^^JS^K Great Britain, seeded second, ^ va Lundqinst o' Sweden. 6-3, 6- the women's advance into · M'ss "Casals, the second American on fi" list of favorites i'faHed hv W'mb'edon queen R illie Je^n Kirg, was in control 11 ihe way. th Mr, Jones S T A N D I N G S line - u P were filled Fri " Dieringer, National League American League I w. St. Louis 84 Cincinnati 73 Chicago 73 San Fran. 71 PhilVphia 68 Atlanta 67 Pittsburgh 65 Los Angeles 61 i Houston 55 New York 52 YESTERDAY'S L. Pet. G.B. 51 .622 -62 .541 11 63 .537 .526 13 .519 14 .508 .485 18Vz .462 2m .404 29% .394 30^2 Agnew Bets Reagan On Soccer Series ANNAPDLIS ( A P ) -- frustrated blown en- r? Tide Race 120 117 Gaystone 114 112 Newton l?0 114 Cherub's Baby xl!2 i 12 King's Bomb 120 aAAal Perdedor 120 A--Janet Howard and Mrs. A J. LaCos'e entry Ninth Race, Purse $1,500, ThrM-Yea-- Oldj and Up, Allowance, Seven Furlongs Albergo 12' Mr M L ll/ Willogate xllS Ocean Guard x l ! 2 Eplter xlli Confinement n? Tenth Race, Purse $1,100, Three-Year- old* and Up, Claiimng (H1SO), One Mile and a Sixteenth. Miss Wiglett 111 GreeK Lover UO Oakland 117 Dimples' Boy 120 Spin Fiddle 120 Gypsy Colony x l l j ehedder Cheese 120 Pavoline Girl '" Park Watch x l l S Bud Burgoo 120 Oh 1'7 Carlo Rose 11" Fayano 117 MONDAY AFTERNOON PROGRAM First Race, Pune 11,200, TnrM-Year- oios and Up, Claiming (11150), Four and o Half Furlongs. Highly Est'med 114 Bear A Hand x!06 jet Missile xllS Witchwoman x l ! 2 Wealthy 114 A.mandme 120 sunset Blaze 120 Moon Alone 111 I Brown Beads x!06 Sonic Moose 110 i Batteladora 114 Atlas I'O belia Sir Fel'a x l l S Miss Wreck 117 Second Race, Purse $1,200, Three-Year- · O.ds, Claiming (S1250), Six and a Ha'f rurlongs. H4 Star Fox 114 , 111 Nacy Pooh 117 x106 Jimmy Dixon 114 117 h areat xl!2 | x!06 Topaze King 114 second Race, Purse $1,200, Three-Year- Olds, Claiming ($1150), Six and a Ha.l Furlongs Miss Milt 111 Gallant Charger 114 Bucket Shop 114 M'ntam Valley x l ! 2 Outside Chance 111 Web Foot Jr X109 Feature Player 117 Hydehe 114 Spot O Gold 114 Willy Who 114 Third Race, Purs* $1,100, Three-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming ($1150), Four and Moxpom (Peters) e Hall Furlongs. Thurmont Lady x l M Gre"k Caravel 1?2 Omalone 115 Shaken Cruise xl!7 Anne Billows 112 Some Jet 122 Farmmgdale 119 aPrime North 1?2 aOshlbang 119 Brass Butto xl'.l A--R W Keith ind T E Jones Jr entry Fourth Race,, Purse $1,500, Three and Four-Year-Olds, Claiming ($1500-22:0 , One Mile and a Sixteenth. aSylvan x)OS Dante's Hope 117 Darling Spin xP2 Newmarket Miss 109 Okeepa 109 Due's Song x!06 aNesa x l ' 3 Carmen Aurum (Baker) Kind Request (L Reynold*) J.M-2.M Super Mike (Secatello) 5.M Poppy Man, Easter Candy, Computer, Domimara. Late scratches--Seven Docs, Narosla. Time--1.21 1-5. SIXTH, $1,200, Claiming, 3-Year-Olds and Up, ' 2 Furlongs She's My Girl (Small) 11 40-J.*0-1 M Beckys Extra (V Esplnosa) 1 40-2.20 Noggin (Johnston) l.M Sun Impulse, Dandy O., Open Hearted, Pilot Beacon, Lusrista. Tlmo-- l.M 4-5. SEVENTH, $1.300, Claiming, 4-Year- Olds and Up, 7 Furlongs Moxpom (Peters) I M-l.00-l.fO DO-Orange Sky (C M. Clark) 5 40-J.40 Scorching Devil (V. Espinos*) 1.10 Mltzi's Best, Becky's Doll, Jeb Star, Cebu DO--Won, disqualified and placed seocnd. Time--I.M 4-5. EIGHTH, $1,300. Claiming, 3 % ear Old', 4 i Furlongs Sonic Son (Baker) 1.20-f.CO-l.tO Caudilla (Marmaccla) 7.40-5 0 Cloud Bank (Hedge) 4 M The Shrew, Our Flyer, Ranaram, Pet* Dantterst, DQ-Go Go Missy. DO -Won, disqualified and placed last Time-- .X 1 5. A--F T Lewis and H R Hams entry Filth Race, Purse $1,100, Three-Year- olds and UP. Claiming ($1150), Fillies and Mares, Six and · Hall Furlongs. Toby s Topaze 114 Maidie Penny Grand 114 Easy Amber 114 Oh Mary Mary iw County Nurse x l ^ S Amita's Warrior 12u Nebulous Norah 117 Gamblm Ann 114 Carolyn's Mink 120 Spin The Dredyl 114 Rail Rabbit 123 Im Game 117 Ice Cream l,iO Sixth Race, Purse $1,300, Three-Year- O!ds, Claiming ($1*00), Seven Furlongs. Dara Doodit x l ! 2 Play For Funs xl!2 Dedrlck 118 Rose's Score U Ridge Flower 117 Rec Sunrise 117 Model Exam x l l 2 Metahne 111 Seventh Race, Purse $1,200, Thre.- Year-Olds and Up, Claiming ($1250), S x TWIN DOUBLE--(5-7-4-7); Paid-$1,414.40 :i Tickets. NINTH $1,400, Claiming, 3-farOids, ,, 6' 2 Furlongs Busy Schedule (V Espinosa) 4.40110-1.10 Papa Goese (Marmacclo) 4.40-1.(0 Prim-Dutchess (Peters) 103 Burnley Girl, Bequia, John Pap*. Late scratches--Harvest Glo, Comer Market. Time--1.21 4-J. TENTH, $1,300, Claiming, VYear Olds and Uo. t 1 16 Miles. Sun Tom (Marinaccio) I MM 00 2 19 Nona's Gold (Sigler) l 40 1 00 Gypsy's Ace (Howard) 1.40 Little Pete, Rare Tuns, Hsry jet, Cherokee Ford. Time--1 51 4-5. Attendance--4,»4S; Handle--$M1,»13. Charles Town Races ;% Jim Sail Dark Texan cherubs Pet Little Phyllis Lennox Miss Moor's Girl ?/ 64 63 65 69 71 81 80 W. L. 77 59 75 58 60 60 74 73 RESULTS CONSTRUCTION CO. W A Y IN YOUR OWN Chicagi 8-0, New York 2-3 St. Louis 5, Houston 0 Los Angeles 6, Atlanta 4 San Francisco 1, Cincinnati 0, Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 0 21 innings GAMES TODAY New York (Koonce 5-3 and Connors 0-0) at Chicago (Niekro 7-6 and Holtzman 7-0) (2) San Francisco (Herbel 2-4) at Cincinnati (Ellis 7-9) (N) Philadelphia (Bunning 14-11) t Pittsburgd (.McBean 4-3) (N) Los Angeles (Singer 9-5) at Atlanta (Jarvis 13-6) Houston (Von Hoff 0-1) at St. Ixnns (Carlton 11-8) (N) Boston Minnesota Detroit j Chicago {California 67 65 Wash'n. 64 71 Cleveland 63 72 Baltimore 60 71 New York 60 75 Kansas City 55 77 .417 I YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 5, Detroit 4 Boston 10, Chicago 2 Pet. G.B. .566 -.564 Vz .552 .549 .508 .474 467 .458 .444 20 Darel tor two davs with blown en- Noor ' 5 G ' rl '" , ,,,, , ,, ;,, r ~«ii ««t u-^ r~«f«-., Thir d "·«·· pMr *» *'' 40 «- Two-Year- .mes, finally got his factory olai , claiming $KOO-JOOO, Four and i Ford into the starting order, H»I» and narrowly missed breaking Richard Petty's two-day old track recorded. ,, . T . f M i H Dieringer, who won this event I rourtfl ,,«, r u r M ,, ,,,. ,,,,,«.,,,, Spiro T. Agnew of Maryland i as t vear j n a Mercury Virned ows, start.r-Aiiowanet, seven Funongs has offered "good odds" to Gov. four "laps of the mile and three- 1 ^ ndb¥6dwowc °' ors j j ; |' 0arr $£,,* *"l Ronald Reagan of California on eighths Dar'ington Raceway at t otean Music 117 Francis x 120 O I N N I B R I S I B V » H O N S ( I C M l 7,~" ."f. I I, weep N' Tell xlll Sotf Weather River Mirror 109 aYemen s Mite With It 119 Wmdber Lu aLunar Fly-By 112 Memories Will A -- R Lmdsey and J. M Fentress entry Fourth Race, Purse $1 POO. Three-Year- 113 113 116 113 DOUBLE HEADER LABOR DAY! DAY AND NIGHT RACING! 10 RACES -- 2 P.M. · 9 RACES -- 7:15 P.M. · ONE ADMISSION the outcome of the championship an average of 143.426 miles per series of the National Profe*- hour. It put him in the 17th sional Soccer League. starting position. The Oakland Clippers and uie p e tty. the Plymouth ace, won 2 2Vi 8 {^Baltimore Bays are matched in the front "row" pole'spotWednes- 14U the tltle P la y° ff - The fir st game day at 143 436 m.p.h. The old 16V wl11 ^ P la y ed in Baltimore Sun- qualifying record of 140.058 Silver Frost Should Win Bay Weeper Phosphorescent day and the second in Oakland was set last year by Lee Roy Sept. 9- Yarbrough. In a telegram to Reagan Fri- When Dieringer finally got in- day Agnew offered to bet a to the field, the average speed £ ai ;, c ; rcdee bushel of Maryland seafood cf the too 17 qualifiers was at ocean BUM New York 2, Washington 1, 12 against "a gallon of your finest 141 017 m p.h.. almost a mile an George innings California wine and the little old hour faster than Yarbough's s mr ,'ily jo Baltimore 2, Kansas City l ' ne maker " record of last year. seventh Ract, California 4, Cleveland 3 ^w^B^BMMHHM^^i^^^.^.^M^^^^^_^^^^^^_i^^^_^^^.^M* GAMES TODAY Probable Pitchers Chicago (Horlen 14-6) at Boston (Longborg 18-6) Washmgton (Pnddy 3-5) at N 7 ew York (Talbot 5-7) (N) Baltimore (Bunker 3-5) at Kansas City (Rodriguez 1-0) Detroit (McLain 17-14) at Minnesota (Boswell 11-9) Cleveland (Tiant 8-9) at Cali| forma (Hamilton 7-4) ( N ) Filth Race, Purse $1,100, Four-Year- olds and Up, Claiming (tlltt). Seven Furlongs. « M 5 Silent Sun xm 1U Rebel Rocxet 120 UO Samba Man x l i * 114 The Fifth Dr'm 120 117 Bisby x l l S Nasco Light x l ! 2 St Simon St k x " 5 No Contention IM Senator Sixth Race. Purse SI.MO, Four-Year- olds and Up, Claiming ($1350), Seven Fur'ongs. x l l S High Sod 117 Mr Mystic x l l 2 Darbm 1'4 Side Car 114 Prankish Don 117 Wise Tex ill Tri Orest Purse SI,400, Caboom Three BUILDER OF WORLD FAMOUS FREE POOL COVER with each pool purchase from now until ChriHlmas. "Come la and see our P*ol Showroom" Ixcated On Rt. 27 CEDAR GROVE M A K Y I . A N i / 20767 Phone Day or Night :{OI-2. r .'»-2H7. r .SrKVING VOL' KINO. IM2 NEWS PA PER fl R C H1V E ® «. VALLEY VARIETY SHOP Annual September Sale 10" f TO 201 OFF RF.GULAR PRICKS Call K45-Si;{0 F O R A r P O I N T M E N T A T Y O U R C O N V E N I E N C E D A Y O R E V E N I N G Rt. 194 across from Mt. Hope CemeU'r WIGS HAIR PIECKS AT DlSCOf NT PRICES Woodsboro, Md. Mrs. Lew Myers HOLLAND- AMERICA LINE Proudly Presents THE 1967 CARIBBEAN ADVENTURE CRUISE-TOUR" (··MSONALLY ESCORTED BY PCT1R Of BRUIN Ab*ir« TIM W»rM CrvIM LlMr "SS ROTTERDAM" Group From Frederick, Wash.. Balto. November 11 To November 20, 1967 BERMUDA. ST. MARTIN. ST. THOMAS AND SAN JUAN. PUERTO RICO Inclusive Price $387 SAFETY INFO Tlw t S Rotterdam r*fltf*r*4 M Hi* NcltMrlantfi lutottintKIrr m«*ti inttr- n*tl*n*l uftty l*M*r«i tar Mw MM»t MvcuwM M ItM BOYER TRAVEL AGENCY 2« South Market SI. M3-4I5S THIS WEEKEND Take along plenty of NATIONAL BEER and your radio Listen to W M H I 1370 on your dial LOOK SAM, JUST BECAUSE THIS GW AT BAT OWfVS A TOYOTA UKE US, DOESN'T MEAW YOU HAVE TO BE NICE TO HIM. THINK A800T TOVOTA'S JO HORSEPOWER AND THROW HIM A COOPLE OF FAST BALLS. TOYOTA owners just cant stop talking about their cars They're talking about Toyota 1 * 90 horsepower... Itt zero to 60 in 16 tec. pickup... · quiet engine that goes up to 90 mph easily... gas mileage of up to 30 milt* ptr gallon... «nd optional automatic transmission. TOYOTA CKT YOUR HANDS ON A TOYOTA, YXMIU MtVtR Iff OQ CHRISTOPHER R. CUSTER Inc. West Patrick St. Ext. Frederick. Md. 662-8292 NE WSPAPER

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