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SATirKDAY, Jt T I,Y 2fi, l!)fi! Comic Dictionary VETBRINARIAN —The only doctor who CHII (linjriiosi- without asking .the patient questions, ICruvNfln! 196'. tv Evan Esar) FUDOOS WINS IOWA TITLE AGAIN LINER HITS THUMB, X-RAYS NEGATIVE™ Jenkins Hurt in 4-2 Loss » "ri CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) -jkins and, after getting Willie j LOS ANOELES Andy Kosco's pinch two-run | Davis to force Crawford, Kosco i double launched Los Angeles to batted for Len Gabrielson and a 4-2 victory over the Cubs Fri-! doubled off the left field wall. day after starter Ferguson Jen- Bill Sudakis provided the ., kins had been knocked out of j rest of the Dodger offense, in- costSSn' the game with a line drive off eluding his fifth homer to open the fourth. In the fifth, Davis his pitching thumb. X-rays on Jenkins' hand were negative, and the Cubs' doctor, Dr. Jacob Suker, said he did not think the star would miss a turn. With one out in the third, Maury Wills beat out an infield single for the first hit off Jenkins. Willie Crawford then smashed the ball off Jenkins' thumb. oflo 500 Hutfoh'lb" 4 0 1 2b 4 0 j D 200 P 100 ___. CHICAGO abrhbl abrhblj 5 0 2 0 '" Mil i Lot .... ! Chictf o doubled and Sudakis drove him ! . ™«j. home with a single. Ostcen (13-8) staggered until Ernie Banks singled with one out in the eighth for the Cubs' eleventh hit and was relieved by Jim Brewer. Beckert 2b 5020 BWlllams if 5021 »nto 3b 4010 lanks Ib '' 4130 in rf 4010 ley c 3000 round cf 4011 Jenkins D o o o o 1000 .1010 , _ 0000 NOliver oh 1 o o o Abernlhy o 0 0 0 01 Popoylch - fc ' " " " Regan D 5-9OTEDGE OVERHMMAN ON FINAL 79 Ties Sister's Mark With 3rd Crown Popoylch oh l o 0 6 0 o o o . 00 1 o C.Osteen Brewer Jenkins (L.13-8) Nottebart '.'.'.', Abernathy .. . Regan Save—Brewer. 1 2-3 21-3 J 1-32 22-35 2 3 1 2 1 o "-- » t • e « i 6 - 2 The Cubs picked up a run in i the first on singles by Don Kes- \ „ . A . ,. , , stager, Billy Williams and Ron)' in the eighth on Don Young's Hank Aguirre relieved Jen-] Santo. Chicago added another I double. 3 FIRE 69's TO TOP SANI QUALIFYING Heldmar, Orlich, Benda in Front ! The Leaders John Benda, Humboldt . .34-35—69 Bill Heldmar, D.M. .....34-35—69 Mike Orlich, D.M 34-35—69 Glen Mankowski, D.M. ...35-35—70 •Jack Hall, D.M. 34-36—70 •George Kinley, D.M. ...35-35—70 Ron Burns, D.M. .......39-32—71 Floren DiPaglia, D.M. ...34-37—71 •Professional. By Chuck Burdick It didn't take long to create a log jam at the top of the Herman Sani Open golf tournament at Hyperion Friday. Only 68 players showed up for the opening qualifying round, but no less than eight players were within eight strokes of one another after the opening 18 holes. Heading the parade with t h r e e-under-par 69's were John Benda, a 22-year-old Iowa State University golfer from Humboldt, and Des Moines amateurs Bill Heldmar and Mike Orlich. Just a stroke back at 70 were host pro Jack Hall, Des Moines driving range operator George Kinley, and former St. Louis University basketball player Glen Mankowski. Des Moines amateurs Ron Burns and Floren DiPaglia-were bracketed at The Baseball Scoreboard National League American League Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 61 38 .616 New York 54 40 .574 4V 2 St. Louis 51 48 .515 10 Pittsburgh 48 49 .495 12 Philadelphia ....40 56 .417 19'2 Montreal 32 66 .327 28 1 2 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G B. Atlanta 57 43 .570 .... Los Angeles ...54 42 .563 1 San Francisco ..54 44 .551 2 Cincinnati 49 42 .538 3V 2 Houston 49 49 .500 7 San Diego 34 66 .340 23 Friday's Games Los Angeles 4, Chicago 2 Montreal 8, Atlanta 7 (N) New York 4, Cincinnati 3 (N) Philadelphia 7, Houston 3 (N) San Diego 3, Pittsburgh 2 (N) St. Louis 2, San Francisco 1 (13 innings, N) Today's Pitchers Cinciftnati (Cloninger 7-12) at New York (Seaver 14-5) San Diego (Kelley 4-5) at Pittsburgh (Walker 1-1) Los Angeles (Singer 13-7) at Chicago (Selma 10-4) N—Montreal (Robertson 2-8) at Atlanta (Jarvis 8-7) N—Philadelphia (Jackson 9-10) at Houston (Griffin 5-4) San Francisco (McCormick 6-5) at St. Louis (Carlton 12-5) G.B. Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Baltimore 67 31 .684 Detroit ... 54 41 .568 Boston 55 43 .561 12 Washington ....51 52 .495 18Vz New York 47 53 .470 21 Cleveland 39 60 .394 28'/2 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet! G.B. Minnesota 60 38 .612 Oakland 55'39 .585 3 Seattle 41 56 .423 IS'/z Kansas City ....41 57 .418 19 Chicago 40 58 .408 20 California 37 59 .385 22 Friday's Games Oakland 4, Washington 3 (N) California 6, New York 0 (N) Boston 7, Seattle 6 (N) Minnesota 4, Cleveland 2 (16 innings, N) Baltimore 4, Chicago 2 (N) Detroit 3, Kansas City 0 (N) Today's Pitchers Washington (Shcllenback 2-5) at Oakland (Odom 14-3) N—New York (Stottlemyre 14-7) at California (McGlothlin 5-9) N—Boston (Siebert 8-8) at Seattle (Talbot 5-3) Minnesota (Kaat 10-6) at Cleveland (Ellsworth 5-5) N—Chicago (Horlen 6-11) at Baltimore (Phoebus 9-3) Kansas City (Butler 5-5) at Detroit (Wilson 8-7) Final Leaden Jacque Fladoos, Dubuque . .79—308 Sue Harman, C. Rapids ....78—313 Bobbe Lichly, Waterloo ...80—319 Rosemary Mueller, Beindorf. 86—327 Linda Rice, Cedar Rapids . .85—334 By Jim Moacklcr (Staff Writer) SIOUX CITY, IA. - Jacque Fladoos of Dubuque won her third Iowa Women's Amateur golf tournament in four years Friday, firing a 79 for a 72-hole total of 308 over the Sioux City Boat Club course. The 21-year-old coed, who took the titles in 1966 and 1967, finished five strokes ahead of j Sue Harman of Cedar Rapids, | who carded a 78 for a 313 total. I Six shots farther back came I Bobbe Lichty of Waterloo, the I Iowa Junior champion, who shot a final-round 80 for a 319. Ties Sister Miss Fladoos now has gained i as many titles as her sister | Sharon, Mrs. Tom Smallwood of Wauwatosa. Wis., who cap-: lured titles in 1960, 1961 and 1962. Jacque went into the final round six strokes ahead of Miss Harman and was never in jeopardy, although she did have her cushion cut to four strokes through 11 holes. Miss Fladoos' 79, six over women's par for the 6,104- yard course, was, in her words, "Nothing fantastic — but I won." She was out in 38, two over par, and came home in 41, her worst nine of the tourney. She |took 34 putts, her most of any j round, with 18 corning on QUEEN OF TEES —Jacque Fladoos (left) of Dubuque won her third Iowa Women's Amateur golf championship at Sioux City Boat Club Friday. 16th for McNally Baltimore Ace Nears Marks With 4-2 Triumph BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) - Reliever Dick Hall choked off an eighth-inning Chicago threat Friday night, preserving the Orioles' 4-2 victory and extending unbeaten Dave McNally's winning streak Runner-up was Sue Jlarm.-in (riplit) of Cedar Kap- id.s, the state hijrh school champion. Makinjr' presentations is Nelson of host club. WIRE'PHOTO (API KNEE SURGERY FOR McAULIFFE DETROIT, MICH. (API Tiger infieldcr Dick McAuIiffe will undergo surgery on his East Bows In District (The Register's lows New* Service) i to 16 in a row. Hall, the. fourth Baltimore CHICAGO r.nln (r ,- collected only three hits, all of • then, singles, but took advantage h ,,, My , ,,,,,, bc losl to thc tcam for Omaha Wallops Lauzerique, Hands Oaks 15-6 Setback By Bill Bryson (Staff Writer) OMAHA, NEB. — George Lauzerique was crushed for 12 runs 71. Heldmar, 28, the Des Moines city champion who won the Iowa Masters title this week, missed a chance at sole possession of the lead when he three- putted the 368-yard eighteenth hole for his only bogey of the day. Hot Putting Benda, who co-captained the Cyclone golf team last spring, was the first in with a 69. Playing the Hyperion layout for the first time, he finished strong by hitting birdie putts of 8 and 20 feet on Nos. 15 and 16. Orlich, 49, a food salesman, played some steadiest golf, of the day's going over par the back nine. She had";two one- p u 11 greens on the front side. She was even -par the first five holes and collected a | birdie on No. 7 with a 10-foot i putt to offset a bogey on No. 6. jShe required five shots on the par-3 No. 8, where her tee shot caught a sand trap. Drops 9 Back Miss Harman, 18, dropped nine shots behind on the first five holes but holed out a 50- foot putt for a birdie at No. 6 to pick up two strokes. She and the Iowa Oaks were hopelessly whipped before Manager Jim chopped two more off with a Williams called for relief in the sixth inning here Friday night. -- - The Royals, on their way to a i 15-6 frolic, ripped the recent I American Association major leaguer for five runs in the second inning and six in thc' fourth without provoking a bit of action in the Iowa bullpen. Lauzerique, who had a 5-0 record before he was called up to the Athletics in late May, lost his second straight to the American Association leaders I since his return. i Spriggs Belts 2 j Omaha nipped George by only 2-1 on Fred Rico's bloopj single in the ninth inning atj Des Moines Sunday, j This time, the Royals assaulted George for as many runs as he had surrendered ini 5Vz 12Vz 22 22V 2 30Vz only once. Good putting helped i and one b V Bo Osborne. seven previous starts, including and Spinks 4-7) two homers by George Spriggs Standings W. L. Pet. Omaha 66 35 .653 Tulsa 59 39 .602 Indianapolis- ....52 46 .531 Iowa 42 55 .433 Oklahoma City ..40 54 .426 Denver 31 61 .337 Friday's Games Omaha 15, Iowa 6 (N) Tulsa 7, Indianapolis 5 (N) Denver at Oklahoma City, rain Tonight's Games Iowa '(Sanders 0-4 and Olivo 3-6) at Omaha (Jones 3-0 and Warden 5-2) Indianapolis (Short 9-3 and Nolan 0-0) at Tulsa (Winslow 1-0 and Willis l-2> Denver (Hudgins 2-9 and Estelle 8-7) at Oklahoma City (Watkins 4-5 par on No. 8 but was still six shots back after an opening 38. Miss Harman said she didn't .know she chopped the margin G.B. ;to four shots \yith pars on Nos. Don Pavletich on a tapper in ! plate pitcher of the inning, retired wwnams if ~ - - • - CA/\ay C 'rf " Hookins Ib with the ^ # after falling be- **% « Hanson ph Bradford cf Pavletich c D front bases of the loaded hind, 3-1, on the count. McNally, 14-0 this was ahead, 4-0, and along on a live-hitter season, when the ca.nos Oscnski D Total Chicago Baltimore White Sox rallied in the eighth. Mccraw en Frank Robinson's twenty- third homer in the first inning off loser Gary Peters, (6-11), followed a walk to Don Buford and an infield single by Paul Blair. Boog Powell's twenty-sixth homer in the sixth ended Baltimore's scoring. With 14 victories this year, McNally has moved to within two of the American League single season mark of 16 held- jpjntly by Smokcy Joe -.Wood ' BALTIMORE *H Ruford Jb 5110 Floyd 2b 4010 Blair cf 4121 FRoblnsn rf 3 i 4020 Powell Ib 31 4021 BKoblnsn 3b 4 0 3000 Rettenmd If 4 0 0000 Elchebrn c 30 0000 Belanaer ss 0000 McNally D 1000 Watt D 2010 Richer! D 2000 Hall d 0000 0000 1000 36 2 9 2 Total 3oTi~4 000 Dlt 020—2i 300 001 OOx —4 2... LOB— of four East Des Moines errors thc rcsl nf tllc Sl for a 6-5 victory in a State clis- McAuIiffe, 29, fourth-leading oJ g ; trict baseball tournament game hitter among the Tigers with a °£ e f!i id ,f- y ', • , - 2G2 average in 74 games, had East tallied in the first inning m . )(jc on , y h .. o i on a run-scoring double by Tom "" UR: "'"• "" c a PP caranc e 3 S 88!Powell, who had three of the Kincc Julv '• whcn hc was sitlc - oSogj losers'four hits. He homered for lined with torn cartilage in the 0000 the other run in thc sixth and knee. also singled. ' E-Aoarlelo. DP-Chicaoo 'Cnicaqo 1. Baltimore 5. B. Robinson, Pavletich (23), Powell (24). . 28—Knoop 2, HR—F.Robinson .GPeters Carlos Osinski McNally (W.U-0) Richer! .."".'.' Hall (L.6.11) .. 6 « 4 11-30 0 . 2-30 0 72-38 2 .0 10 .0 00 11-30 0 oavc—nan. HBP—by (Herrmann). T-2:18. A—11,850. Indianola's Bill John opened the first with a single and Randy Baker reached first on an error. Baker then stole second and John scored on a fielder's choice. Dan Reggie Smith Ready to Play and Walter Johnson, botfi in SEATTLE, WASH. (AP) 10 and 11. "I would have had to play spectacular golf to beat her and I didn't want to know how I stood," she said. "I WOMEN Please turn to Page Three 1912, Lefty Grove, 1931, and Reggie Smith, Boston Red Sox rightfielder who pulled a muscle McAuIiffe. placed on the indefinitely disabled list, will be at Ford Hospital* about a week and then, have a long recuperative period at home. McAuIiffe, who came up witll a sore knee in early July, said he could not recall any particu- "y. lar play in which he injured it. " 1C He played his last few games large bandages on his more in the fourth on k npc , Baker's squeeze bunt and two WINS YACHT TITLE SANDHAMN. SWEDEN (AP) — J c a n-Marie Guillou of France won the 5.5-meter world yachting championships Friday 020 o o oi 204! oio!brought McNaiiy i second run and Indianola added 'with two more in the Gripp's sacrifice home Baker for more errors. East 100 001 0--2 •< 3 Indianola 200 KIO x-S 3 0 O'Boyle. McBride (3) and Powell; Eich- ncr and Baker. W — Eichner. L-0'Boyle HR-East: Powell. Sports Today Auto Racing Schoolboy Rowe, 1934. The Baltimore lefty is one . ,. . victory shv of the leacup rernrrl m nls left s "°ulder while warm- CHEATER DES MOINES. uie model ni-iuiji any ui int. Helmut ILLUIU 4 and sportsman at Fairgrounds of 17 straight, compiled by '"8 U P f °r a game with the Pi- 5UspTcATs f oc 7 5 Sa 11goo?e 0< "" <!ds at Knoxv '" e ' Johnny Allen in 1936-37. lots Thursday, will be back in the lineup tonight by taking the final race. Track 1 12 Injuries Slow \ Progress of Colts or Sunday,' GREATER bes MOINES Red Sox officials said Friday, j h ' 9h sch ° Broadmoor Gam By Massengale U/PCO.MlKrc.rE.n »,r, , DES MO.NES-Herman Sani WESTMINISTER, MD. (AP) the American League, strained! 0p , e TVT lEH -Tr[, i , on A . Club / Amateur at OR Ann as he didn't three-putt a green and had birdie efforts of 20 feet I on No. 3 and 10-footers on Nos. 11 and 16. Hall, who never has. won (his tournament but has been runner-up a number of times, looked as if he'd be a cinch leader through thc first U holes. After putting a 5-wood within :|f|Uvo feet of the hole, then drop- SAM Please turn to Page Two It wasn't until the bottom of the sixth that Williams finally had Bob Rodriquez begin throwing in the bullpen. Moments later, Spriggs crashed his second homer over the 370-foot marker in right. That was the thirteenth hit off Lauzerique. After George walked Rico, he was finally hauled from the wreckage. Rodriquez and Vern Hand- [Top Seed Out Of VS. Tennis CHATTANOOGA, T E N N. !(AP) — Billy Martin of River ! {Forest, 111., third-ranked in the [U.S. Lawn Tennis Association's {Boys' 14. championships here, [dropped top-seeded Bruce Nich-| jols of Phoenix, Ariz., 6-4, 6-4,' Friday. I Second - ranked Howard; ' Schoenfield of Rochester, Minn.,, advanced in the 12's division by| [ ousting Gary Taxman of Mil- i waxikee, 6-2, 6-2. j rahan pitched one shutout inning each, but Rich Severson socked Bill Kelso for a three- i run double in the eighth. Two Not Enough A two-run lead was far from Former Champ Overlin Dead RENO, NUV. (AP) - Former world middleweight, boxing champion Ken Overlin, 59, who had been ill since a pistol whipping two years ago in a bar he was tending, has died in Reno. Overlin was found dead in his apartment Wednesday, apparently from natural causes. • Overlin won the world championship in 1940 when he deci- sioned Caferino Garcia of Manila in New York. He lost the a year later to Billie Texas golfer Rik Massengale beat a fellow teammate again Friday as he advanced to the semifinals of the Broadmoor gojf tournament. Massengale, brother of touring pro Don Massengale, beat Dean Overturf of Houston on the nineteenth hole. Massengale dropped a 15-foot birdie putt and Overturf took a par. In the semifinals today, Massengale plays Lanny Wadkins of Richmond, Va. Wadkins has been chosen to the U.S. Walker • -.,.. „ ' e ft shoulder and neck many injuries, they have called u^ c i in j .. .,- ,j " Qnar off today's scrimmage during he sllpped on the outfleld 8 rass Menl ° spnTwrc Fami .'y Da y activities at the !dunn 8 pre-game warmup. :..:_ r. _i training. About a dozen Colts Now hitting .339, Smith is .417 assorted injuries, for the month of July. STATE - I0 w. state Tr^hooi a, cedar Falls, at pltumwa. STATE Tennis - Iowa Opeh al Cedar Rapids Trapshoots Cup team, alternate. Massengale is an crown Soose. WINNER SOLISTICE OCEANPORT, N.J. 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