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M»R« 10 THE NEWS. Frederick, Maryland Tuesday, Somber S. 1*7 league Roundup P/rates Come Alive, Rip Cards Tw/ce State Records Fall At C-T Twinbill (18), Ricketts (1). Santo (29). CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. McCormick's two-out double I Records fell by the wayside as T H | R D $)400 13,260 fans turned out for the *,i Furlongs DAILY DOUBLE--(»-4); r«M--tUM ' Claiming, 2-Year Olds, SIXTH, »1,300, CWiming, 3-Year-Old», Bx.m (DavMMiO 14 0 r St Loui*' National League Washburn, Lamabe (3) Wood* LrsMondaN shick ( 4 ) , Jackson (4) Jaster _ /ills and Mota combined for ( 6 ) , Hoerner (8) and McCarver. der Tony clomnger won his first hits and drove in thre? W "' Braves, 8-8; Phillies, 2-1 ATLANTA (AP) -- Right-han- oti the way to victory Ct0 their fourth Louston rushed three Labor Day twin bill at Charles i Weather (Baker) It (Johnston) across in the second on five hits. Town race course Monday and "J^T.^ oj-"-*^ M)t ^ J.44-140 $eor«, M t.Jt M. S«nrli«, For M«M«n»- on the disabled tw.ce has been San Francisco 200 010 010-4 8 1 ^ because " « blanking the (9) Cuellar Sherry through the mutuel machines. (9) and it marked the first time in b*r L«, M.moriw WIN. Late .cratch- Rlvtr Mirror. A-- R. LindMy - i. M. T,ma-.« ,-,. SEVENTH, »l,MO, Olds a«J Up, «' 2 Furlong*. i.v»xr 3-Y«ar- f five-game Brock (19). lazeioski drilled a run SCOT Reds, 2' f single and a^ two-run honker MetS, 1 . -Blass, 5-6. L-- Washborn^ 9-7. gme since Ju i y 15 a fter ex-re- then giving way to reliever Ce- Cuellar, 12-11. -- r h Maze- ll shaw . T;~«.«. * the first game , Carroll, / KJCfS, O Jn n ng TJ£e aHhe'pIrates outhit " Ho'me runs-Pittsburgh Maze- ^rspedalisT' Clay Carroll ^ Upshaw 18-10 in the first game roski (9) St. Louis, Tolan (6), pitene j his f, rs t complete game cj[ i nine 1 fiv».t»am«s Rrvk (19). . n »Ka mainrc as the Atlanta Stnng ' ' D ~ J " "*' night"doubieheader with Phila- %a£ef, stopped delphia 8-2 and 8-1. The Braves struck 111** LlIC v »/ ' i V M ^ - " -- - * ft w until the eighth inning, Brand W-McCormick, 19-7. L-Uie history of the 24 - year s ,. r Boto (M , w . r d old West Virginia track that the handle zoomed over the million j dollar mark. T.v.,r 3-Year- tne Phi is on DET ROIT for four CINCINNATI (AP) -- Vada runs in the first inning of the Pinson doubled in one run and ~ ef|no||town successive four-run burst t decided the nightcap in the ly innings . he Pirates jumped on St. scored another in the first inns' Ra\ Washburn in the n j ng an d the Cincinnati Reds d inning of the second game held on for a 2-1 victory over the Mazeroski. Mota, Jerry May New York Mets Monday nig'it 1 winning pitcher Steve Blass The victory broke a three- ripped run-scoring singles, game losing streak for the Reds ,Iota singled a run across and an( j boosted young Gary Nalan's ie\er Hal Woodeshick wild recO rd to 12-6. The 19-year-old c-hed another home in the rookie got late-inning relief help i t h before Mazeroski poled f rom f^ Abernathy. ninth homer Tommy Harper led off in the n the opener. Mota's sacn jj rst inning with a single and ._ fl\ in the first inning scored when Pinson doubled off jped'a three-run flurry but the center fie'd fence Two outs Sun jay. I ,,1.1*04··· kUVI\CII9 - » a-- MnHnt ALTYr /' ·"*»» t ' _ AP) - Dick vious state high of $1,059,415 set nve^hits'eiT'route" to his sixth Green's'second three-run homer at Shenandoah Downs on Labor victory in 16 decisions. o f the day gave Kansas City a 4- Day 1966. A total of 13,355 at- Hank Aaron's 35th homer, a 2 victory over the Detroit Tigers tended the double programs last two-run blast, and a solo shot by and a sp ij t in their doubleheader year Mack Jones got the Braves roll- M on day. . t A tota , of n 07 o fans were on ing in the first game They went Jerr * Lump e drove in three A total o.11,073 tanswere on on to collect 15 hits. Felipe AJou runs J ith a hor ner and two sin- hand for the first race of the -^^ ^^^ George L , Lsr ,., and Tito Francona stroking gi es as the Tigers won the open afternoon portoin of the double- p t t, Mr Mystic, o»rbm, side car. Tim* three each. er 8-4. header, and they set the trend '-'1 * **· Bases-loaded singles by Clete Green drove in three runs in y , ith w hopping $64,864 wager- Boyer and Woody Woodward the first game off Mickey Lolich gd m thg delivered two runs apiece in the Wltn a three-run homer, but JIP IS **« «0-4.« Gauche, For H«rot» (L. Roynoldf) 5.W-I « Lan*. Lat« tcratch-Oirty Fae«. Rowdydow (V. Espinota) 3.«» . 1.J1 1-5. Rainbow Color*, Octan Mo»ic, Franel» I X Timo-- 1 » EIGHTH, $1,400, Allowance, , Olds, ' 2 Furlongs FIFTH, it 200, Claiming, 4 Year Olds ' Kartn'i Ho*tt*» (Small) and Up, 7 Furlongs Daddy Cool (Loughry) Silvtr Frost (Howard) »0«-5.*0-3*0 Cond* Way (Cannon) 3.41 No Contention (Sloti) 23.*»-11.00 Chief Alamo, Mllet W *«»»·*· Minor Rebel Rocket (Breeden) 4M Priam, The Good Raman. Tlm«-- .11. SnowM Win, Bay Weeper, Phoiphores- , , » , , « « , cent, Oulllorulla, Silent Sun, Samba Man, TWIN DOUBLE -- (1»-J-1A-J), The Filth Dream Time-- l.M 1-S $U,1J4.K, 1 Tlchet* Paid - SIXTH $1 200 Claiming, and Up, 7 Furlongs High Sod (Howard) Ocean Bull (Vasil) X Y e a r O i d s NINTH, H 400, and Up l'« Miles 5.40-3 JO^M Even Swap (Small) 4 00-3 40 Luucito (Davidson) 1 »0 Map's Cap (Ford) Freeze Bang Navy 111 t-S. Claiming, 3-Year-Olds Trw , b ,., 4.N *lpp«r- -I1,«J; NiflW M«ndl«-- (Continued From Page Nine) ^J^^ga^^^ Stanlev Sma " drove Walter The loss eliminated the Hits by Cloninger and Alou sent . A the time fo?a pla^o'f scheduled for across the other two runs m the In the second game, at McCurdy Field n TM£% ,,,,,,*_*,, Atlanta 410 110 Olx--8 15 1 · % -° E. Crismer's Karen's Hostess to Tiger £n easy f olll . anc j a half lengths starter John Killer was-coasting win over James L Wiley's Dad" ay Cool in the featured Samuel Cater Night Attendanci SEVENTH S1.400, Claiming, 3-Year- $417,*3a Olds and Up, 4' 2 Furlongs Total Attendance--U,J*»; Total On Holiday (Johnston) II.t»-5.M-4.40 ji,105,411. Torino (Howard) I.M-5 00 Ch Hawa 1 *Bee, "tlomantk Romeo, Troubles First tf' Purse il.loO, . CM Mine, Bang On. Late scratches-Ad- Four-Year-ow Maiden, Claiming nan Princess, Miss Peerless, Whirling Four and a Hall Furlongs River. Time--.53 1-5 -to with a two-na, the se^nth Mike - J -- . Mt. Airy o-i un double and a two-ru^ fh e Mets scored their run in fodd Steel ,gle by Wills then keyed a tne t h, r d on Jerry Grote's sin- the third 000 000 000--0 3 3 8-10. gle T om Seaver's sacrifice s^g an d Franklin; Thayer, Nolan's error and a sacri- Thomas (5) and Hartman. to {ice fly by cigon Jones. ' Second Game New York 001 000 800--1 6 0 Mt ^r 104 000 001--6 200 000 OOx--2 8 1 Seaver, Cardwell (8) and e run explosion in ainst loser Jack Lamabe, ndmg Pittsburgh ahead . , Lou Brock drove in four runs the Cards with a pair of mers, then smashed his 19th mer of the ear in the night- p First Game ttsburgh 305 000 200--10 18 0 Louis 051 100 010-- 8 It) 0 Veale. Ribant ( 2 ) , Plzzaro (9) id May Jaster, Lamabe (11, ickson"(3), Willis ( 7 ) and Rick- t s . w-Ribant, 9-7. L--Lambe, 7 IlVC'l UI1 ItlllMl »»*«»»-JJ -- I 0 Home runs--St Louis, Brock tnat car ried the Los Angeles Mt. Airy Luckctts Jones. l l 001 000 060x---7 7 2 Powell (6), Poff (8 Home runs -- Atlanta, Aaron " jim Gosger's ninth (35) Jones (16). homer wrapped up NightGame City's scoring. Phil. 000 000 010--1 7 0 Atlanta 600 000 llx--8 13 1 Ellsworth, Boozer (1), G Kansas Nolan, Abernathy (8) and a nd Miller, Franklin '(6), Hartle Jackson (3), Wise (5), Green (7) Nash Stafford (41, i. W-Nolan. 12-6. L-Seav-1 and Hardy . ~ J ""-- -- "~h»« - --· --" T-"«" tar into the right field stands. coup ii ngs ' -· - /-^~«n-'o ninth innmf* ,, . Karen s four and crisp .53 seconds $5.20. 204 101 OOx-8 9 0 ,1^%!^ Jesse EIGHTH, $1,800, Allowance, 3 Year Olds and Up, 4' 2 Furlongs Cherry Lane (Cape) 10*0-1110-540 Our Robert (Loughry) 4 40-4 00 Capum John (Gustines) 3 40 Opera Charlie, Eager Sir, 3-5. Anthology xlU OK'* Girl 115 Miss Monair xllO Property Tax xllO R.cotta llSPreci's Domno xllO Richie Easton 118 Jolah 115 Sunshine Pixie xlU Many Faces 115 Jenniter Paige 115 Wollie's Pet 122 Manah 122 Knock Around 119 TWIN . . . . . . 14 Tickets Hostess covered the «, holf (-..-ITM,,,. :,, CONSOLATION TWIN DOUBLE--(l-J-4); a half furlongs in a Nbr . 4 i, tt » er atch m 7th race. Paid- First Game Kansas City 000 031 000-4 7 1 Detroit nd returned «Ji»,- 24» Tickets and Oliver; Cloninger, , (7) and Roof, Talton er 121 Pugh Hurls G-Town Post Pleasant Wo/k )amascus Cops !ig A Stakes )n Late Surge Hart Mc_,,. ,, won his 19th game as and San Francisco topped Houston Hart's a eighth tie, inning vi.' W vnnif NfcW \ORK cut loose with namas - pamas his usual · retch dnw and easil vvon the h ac TM ss 106.800 Aqueduct Stakes at Track Monday Cubs, 2-6; Dodgers, 1-8 MYERSV ILLE - Charley CHICAGO (AP) -- Wes Park- pygh throttleU Pleasant Walk on ei's two-run double keyed a j ^ r e g hits Sunday as German- five-run ninth inning upnsrinf, town walked off with a 7-1 victory over Pleasant Walk " tne Maryland State League reg- Banks' Ilth-inning 2 homer TM' " Pugh a'lowed only one hit and u.^-y ^ t rthe"Gia"Ss' win- Green The Cubs thus completed a struck out 12 m his eight - inn- ^ Jesus Alou had smgle d five day grind of one single ing stm t. An in field hi. by Lar- s ^^ {mc ^ McCovey game and four straight double | r y Summe rs on a slow dnbler n Wjllie Mayg walked and headers with a 6-3 mark t o third was the only safety al- singled McCovey home The Dodgers trailed 5-3 m the , owed by p ugh , who walked on- ^^ tie(J u in the {i{th nightcap when John Roseboro,, two t'.rew a walk to start the ninth Doubles by Denny Floyd and Jim K'.ckman doubled to right Larl R i c ketts led the nine-hit and Ron Hunt's infield singl? Germantown attack. Everybody scored Roseboro before Wilhe on tne Germantown team man- hit sent Hickman age d a hit with the exception of Pueh who left in the ninth in left favor of Richard Stone, W--Lolich, 9-12. Home runs -Second Kansas City 000 000 301-4 10 i Detroit 000 200 d.iu v - ~ . , - S i , , ·. v « ' «"·" ",. - ' " . j c-_, 1 Kan itsni suiiiiuei ineei wiui a quai- (8) and Uekcer W-Clonmger, lich cladding (6) and Freehan. ^ Qf victories to ^^ h i s meet 4-6. L--Ellsworth, 6-6. . . . - . i Giants, 4; Astros, 3 (AP) -- NINTH, $2000, capred"' (Smam 10 " 95 "S-aVntity (Marinacc-o) ^on as leading rider at the cur- outer ,£* ^ (L-ghry, lent SUmmer meet With a quar- Bordeaux Prince, Native Jim, Newport ' -^ - · _ s - i - . . - · - . i i ---- j. -·- -- - _ i _ .. _. Second Race Purse $1,100, Thr*e-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming (J1JSO), Four and DOUBLE--(1-2-5-4); Paid--*3,737 20 a Half Furlongs Quatre Jim Yemen's Star Sonic Moose Bar Kochbar Perry Hall Wythepool Glenaf Allowance, 3 Year Olds 122 Buffalo Wallow 122 122 Clear Water 12J 118 Moon Alone 119 x l ! 7 Mr Kev xl!7 xl!7 Natural Morn xl!4 122 Geotor xl!7 xl!7 Blue Scoot x!17 35, idson who rode a single winner on the evening portion of the 19-race card. Howard's first three trips to enclosure came 4 00-1 N 1.40 Third Race, Purse si,MO, Two-Year-Old 3.40-3.00 Maidens, Six and a Malt Furlongs - Thread 11 urpnse 115 Seven Barrows x)13 Banditman 118 Tiurlanx s Idol 118 Ann Fan xllO aRed Kooky 118 aSara s Singing 118 TENTH SI 300, Claiming, 3-Year-Olds Country Bunny 118 Hasty Guinea - uo 1 5-16 Wiles Arln Dorton xllO Lil Sir Blue up ' - - 4$ 30-14.40-4 00 A--Mrs T Dupont and Nancy Soyars ».00-4 00 entry Myall (Myers) i » j-s 115 118 rtroit uw TM»r"»-' - - the winner's Pierce, Krausse (7), L*««lad back to back in the (9) and Roof; Hiller, Mar^snau jaces gtar Bob $J5 ^ provided Easy To DO, Enquest, Derry Bang, Sun Lady. Time-- 2.1» 4-5. Afternoon Attendance Handle--M»i,5»4 -11,071; Afternoon sinel 0 Hiller, 4-1. - Home runs -- Kansas Gosger (4). City, the day in the fourth race, and he came right back aboard Silver Frost $9 in the fifth and High Sod $5.60 in the sixth race, later on the card he guided Brass Button to a popular $5.60 mutuel in the third heat of the inght program. A well balanced field of nine including an entry. _ _ ^ e ft| ,f|| Ar| | 5(MJ 30111116111 J\fM k then t run doubled to who Westminster Man Wins Trophy Run After Protest MONROVIA -- Mike Hoff ran for its Sept. 23 closing, off with Factory Stock Elimina-' The 4-year old and up claim- *-'** " · 1 V » 1 * ** ^ \w\ft *^«.«-««« mill t*.si J-iAStlHAS* «*(? tor Saturday night at 75-80 Drag- ""8 MONDAY NIGHT PROGRAM FIRST, S1.200, Maiden, 2 Year Old Maidens, 4' 3 Furlongs Over The Limit (Depalo) 4 7 0 3 8 0 - 1 4 0 Forty's Best (Johnston) 5 50 3 JO Tools Of Trade (Howard) '00 Red Ash, Honeyintheroek, Menokm, Golden Pearl, Dark Woods, Optimus, Lost Night Time-- 54. Fourth Race- Purse sl.KO, Two-Year- Olds, Claiming ($2500-2250), Six and a Halt Furlongs. Latin Lineage x 106 Instant Coffee 114 Augusta Belle 111 Little Cupid 114 Leetown Belle 111 High Impact 111 Singing Jewel 11X Fitth Race, Purse *l,IOO, Threa-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming ($1150), Four and » Halt Furlongs. Peggy Ann S xllO Mr C D 118 Goliah xll7 Tuscany Pomp 132 Assorted Bell 119 Bit Of Prince UJ Lcmgbrook 122 Petite Astre "' Miss P a r Tiger llSJudis Barter x'14 Duple Pupil 119 Mi Pnetita 115 Lauren B 119 Travel Light 122 SECOND, 11,200, Claiming 6 . Furlongs 3-Year Olds, Sixth Race, Purse SI,300, Thre«-Y»ar- OMs and Up, Claiming (S1250), On* Mil* ,, . r aj « , . - , . . Outside Chance (V. Es'osa) 30 40-ll.M-7.00 and a Sixteenth Gallan , Cn » rger (V asii) s o«-3.40 Amber ... . . rrt J 5 l*«l(«ill %»H«i« VVT v * »·· / Will compete in Tuesday S Cav- Fea ture Player (M Espinosa) ert oil purse as the meet heads Miss Walt, Bucket Shop, Mountain Valley, Weft Foot Willy Who. Time--l.JJ 4-5. 117 Be Punctual l.M Culpeper s Hope 117 Barbilero Spot-O-Gold, Mi5i Galstan 114 Tiooride J r , Hydehe, Freestate Lady 11« Saim Slam Running Fix 1'7 117 117 X1I2 X109 feature will .queduct Race Track Monday r . P X r { O r two more runs and naced a hit and then finish- »,, ^ unatSc nvtr Rinc Twice center ior vwo "'"', :_-i_ managed a ""· mu u«,» ' * 0 e " ° g scored on Jim Lefelrre s ng e ^ u on the mound. The \ictorv of Mrs. Edith Bancroft's colt was his fourth if .v and further strengthened ' Chuck A-Way but had to tear apart Ms car to hold his trophy. The Westminster driver tiok , row ana runner si us claim to the hamoionship Ridden by Willie Shoemaker, )amascus ran the l l « miles in ana nis 41! 1-5 and paid $2.60, $2 20 and -2 10 as the 1-5 favorite. Ring Twice, ridden b Bill Joland, returned Hartenstein, who had i vpar-old won the -, . n. _ 3-year-oia fi Williams drove in thrcs runs for the Cubs with a double t homer. Ron Santo homer ~i the bottom of the ninth. Banks greeted reliever Don Sutton with his 21st homer lead- S.C. (AP) Richard Petty, stock car racing's most prolific winner, ran aiioweu »..; .-- on two away from the field Monday to lh e"win with a 1482-91.02 run in the ninth Bobby Keller capture one of the few remain- under pro test from Pop Marks. ^ moved to second on an mg plums that have eluded him, Hof{ submitted his 1967 Chevelle ^ rte ? s ' dA ' c ,\ 0 r bv third baseman John (he prestigious Southern 500 at to track officials who declared B.HI.i M,.sie Id and scored on Joe Darlington Raceway. the car "stnckly legal" s hit with two out Stone The 30-year-old Plymouth m be decided as nine-race program fir a purse of $1,300 SATURDAY'S RESULTS --(»-3 Paid--$133 «fl. Seventh Race Purse *I,JOO, Three-Year- 1 Oldt and Up, Claiming ($1250), Six and 3 Year Olds a Halt Furlongs Nebulous Norah 114 Tri Quest xHJ Combustionaire 117 Lunar Shot xlM Lady Spin x!09 Dean W xllS White Post x l l S County Nurse xl'2 Mar Canbe 120 Beware 117 . . ,, . ,, 5.4M.OO-2 10 I 40-4.20 SEVENTH, $1 800, Allowance, 3 and 4 Year Olds, 1 1 16 Miles ion (Johnston) 1.20-4.40-3 40 (Small) 700-5.20 THIRD, il.200, Claiming, and Up, 4 1 2 Furlongs Brass Butto (Howard) Oshlbang (Johnston) Farmmgdalr (Vatil) ·»··· Ttturmont Lady, Shakedown Cruise, Sonic Jet Late scratches--Omalone, Anne Billows. Time-- 54 1-5 at 1 ft Hatteras Light (V Espinosa) 4 * 0 Dn i t -, H ope (Davidson) di j «t. Aur) , Edjt _ Ce | fim4 , pilry Queen, in- A . NeM (Howard) lime. 3- ^iraight Deal finished third one- '"8 ° n l "f ,, r ^. L , _ _i. -r n;.,., T.i,im opener ane off the llth inning of the and struc k out eight, allowing Pearson, oil ine ' ternal Altair, He Emeraude, Lost Pal out the side in the mean- driver from Randleman, N.C., "" Ho ff rebuilt his car and left Time -' 51 «·*· not only made a mockery of the tne track at 5 a m . Sunday EIGHTH, $1,300, starter Allowance, by finishing five laps Jllornin g H c had been protest- Y SJT^'w.'.Ri 7 ^^ 520-410-300 of second-place David fcd seve rql times is the past stmgum (Cape) 7.«o-42o but his teammate, |, ut neve r before permitted his Newlon ""v.dsoni Har- Eighth Race, Purse $1,100, Four-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming (12000-1*00), Six and a Half Furlongs Shining Deer 114 Pete's Jet xlO? W't A Discovery 112 Big Red Wolf x!09 Itsagirl 114 aAnother Goldie 114 aMichael P G 114 Jirn L x!09 D Wolf 117 A--C F Gardner and J E Bachner entry Shafer went the distance for event Walk He walked one ahead Chicago lalf :nd paid $2 10 to show. Great "ower nas fourth and Moontrip ,ast in the held of five Angel Cordcro Jr., who rode Straight Deal, claimed a foul .jUamst King Twice, but the ste- v, ards disallowed the claim Despite the Sunday withdraw- i inanimation in his right hoof, a ( 8 ) , Holiday turnout of 67.878 was on 'land and bet w i t h confidence on Damascus Shoemaker kept Damascus m third place behind Great Power Johnson (9) .ind Ring Twice around the first (21). t u r n anc 1 down the backstretch Before making his move nearing t h e head of the stretch Dama«cus now has won 10 of races this \ear and his earn- 9 2 Lou Johnson's j our earn ed runs. ,,.,,,,,,,, the ninth had German town Bulled the Dodgers into a 1-1 tie , o«0 302 002-7 Los Angeles Pleasant Walk 000 000 001 00--1 5 1 ooo 000 001--1 1 Pugh, Stone (9) and Ricketts ooo 100 000 01--2 10 0 s na f er an d Routzhan. 11 innings G.C Spencer, drove the No. 2 car to be torn down for the Petty car into third place in the nec essary checks. $101.800 classic. Top stock eliminator Satur- Pearson got re'ief from Cale t ' ay wen t to the Kunckles and 1M Yarborough in the last 100 jjioodwirth 66 Cheverolet E-SA which was good for a 13.73-106.00 run. The Fairfax boys beat Amergo (Johnston) FOURTH, $1.500 Claiming 3 and 4 Year O ds, 1 1 16 Miles - ' - ' 140-140-220 2.40-2 20 Darling Spin (Swanner) 2 40 A-Sylvan, Okeepa, Newmarket Miss, Due's Song. A--F T. Lewis · W. R ris entry Time--1.4» 4-5 FIFTH, $1200, Claiming. 3 Year Old Ninth Race Purse *';»»«' T"?*/";': and Up. Fillies and Mares, 6 ' , Furlongs Olds and Up, Claiming ($1150), One Mile . '*« R a u Rabbit (Gustines) l» M-1010-5 60 and a Sixteenth Miss Ella Cee, Daumil Aurora, Minnies Ami ,,., warrior (Riston) 1.404.80 Warn Mam 114 Dmka 1 7 Lad, J Michael, Gaystone, King's Bomb, ?, nn y Gr i n d (Cannon) 340 Dorothy A U- Honey Bee Wolf 4 Cherub's Baby Time-l.JO 1 5 . Tobys Topaie Oh Mary Mary, Gamblm True Traiectory 117 Little Pete 1 7 Ann Soin The Dredyl, Im Game, Maidie, Tellotf xl!2 Fencing / TWIN DOUBLE--(7-724); Paid--$423.40; EJty Amb « r . Time--1 J3 1-5 X - S Lbs apprentice allowance claimed Hartenstem. Home runs -- Los Chicago. miles Starting on the outside pole f K)sition after qualifying at 143 436 miles per hour, Petty came out on top after an early auel with Buddy Baker, the other front row starter, and was out of the lead only brie'ly the Eliminator w ith a of the way He went out j 0 g 75 trip Stock Eliminator NINTH S2 500 Allowance, 3 Ytar Olds 38.00 » 10-3 40 1 80 3 60 2 M Confinement. out Tommy Howes from Dam- TM\"o^e' vl o«.n Guard, ascus for the trophy run. Dennis and Stiner were up :rom Pikesville in their 1955 Cheverolt to grab Street quick 12.67- Osteen. Perranoski (8), Sutton £ 0 |f $ Q r0 p . x - _ j xorborg, Camparus *·" r toro (10); Nye, Har- _ _J A I tenstem (10) and Hudley W-- rOnQcl L -- Sutton, 9- BALTIMORE ( A P ) -- Tne (est «. -- -·-.· -- , Baltimore Colts placed two rook- f r o nt for good in lap 129 and j um or ic defensive tackles on waivers gradually outdistanced the field p an ciu Mnnrtav reducing their pre-sea- as a crowd estimated at 57,000 C heverolet. The Wheaton racer son roster to 47 players roared approval pulled - "= « -» - ith TM « 7 «- was Time--l.M. T E N T H $1300, Claiming 3 Year Olds and Up, 1 16 Miles Miss Wiglett (V. Espinosa) »20-4 «0-3 80 Pavoline Girl (Vacanti) 440-380 Dimp'es' Boy (Davidson) 490 Oakland, Chedder, Cheese, Par* Watch, Oh, Carlo Rose. Time--1 52 1-5. F ^OFF.,HEY,VOU NLWTHAVT r 7D GET MAD JUST B5CAUSE , / SA/5 MY TOVOTA W/TH lAUTOtMATIC WAS BETTER THAW YOUR TOYOTA WITH REGULAR SHIFT! Los Second Game Angelt-i Brewer, Miller ( 3 ) . Sutton ( 5 ) . Egan ( 7 ) , Regan ( 7 ) , Perranoski 'me^. r , -ngs of S61420 m the Aqueduct (8. and Torborg Rosebo^o 6 , -nped h,s ,%7 wmmngs to $653,- Gardner. S t o n e m a n ( , i . H a r t e n - inped !',1 H ears of racing now His oxer-all record for two stem ( 9 ) , Culp (9) and Hnn^lev is 13 win, W--Perranoski. 6-6 L--Harten- starts w i t h aggregate stem. 8-5 n 1 (., 'linings of S679 446 Major League| Home runs--Los Angeles Da- S T A N D I N G S American League National League VV. Minnesota Boston Chicago Ottroit California Wash n Cleveland Baltimore New York Kansas Citv I, 77 78 7fi 76 70 CJ 64 62 62 57 . Pet 60 62 61 62 66 72 75 72 77 79 -3, 562 557 555 551 515 475 460 459 446 419 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS New York .i- , Chicago 2nd garro 10 innings Washington 5-4, Boston 1-6 Detroit 8-2, Kansas City 4-4 Minnesota 4-1, Cleve'and 1-2 2nd game, 10 innings Baltimore 4 4. California ]nd gam 12 inn ngs GAMES TODAY Baltimore Richert 9-C13 and Buzhardt .1-9 at California 'Locke 1-0 and Wright 3-3) (2) Cleveland (McIXiwell 11-12) at \Tmnosota r K a a t 10-13) ( N ) ;ans,is Citv fDobwn K-8) at f v ' r ^ ' t 'Sparma H-ft) ' N ) Hr-ll 10 n i at Washing- t"V ' H« i trf na 2 4 ' 'N ) at New G.B. '* 1 12 14 14 16 19'2 St Louib I nicago San Franc'sco Cincinnati Atlanta Philadelphia Pittsburgh Los Angeles Houston New York W. 86 77 74 74 71 69 67 62 55 51 L. 53 65 64 64 65 66 80 74 84 84 kktVJ 619 542 5.6 5.?6 522 511 493 .456 387 -t II »* 1-5, 31 32 Atlanta 8-8, Philadelphia 2-1 Chicago 2-6. Los Ange'es 1-8 Pittsburgh 10-9. St Louis 8-3 San Francisco 4, Houston T Cincinnati 2, New York 1 GAMES TODAY [Philadelphia (L Jackson 10- ]·) at Atlanta (Johnson 13-7) r N ) Only game scheduled but a Colts' said their names iiade oublic until Tuesdav P'aced on waivers Mondav v,ere Lee Anderson a 260-oound- tr from Bishoo College Tex v.ho was Baltimore's eighth tound draft choice, and Bill Mouse a 270-pounder who had f^en nicked UD on waivers from .,,. _ Browns from Youngstown Uni- m Ohio, was Cleveland's Vo 8 selection Lloyd Rice Takes Wen's Net Tourney Top seeded Lloyd Rice defeated second-seeded A At'ee Radchffe ir straight sets Mon- 13't day to win ti ·" Frederick Men's 15 Singles Tennis Tournament 17'* Rice whipped Radcliffs 6-' 22'2 6-4 af'er turning back Joe Riley of Fort Detnck 6-2. 6-1 in tb- semi-final match Radchffe en- tereri tho finals after defeatm" Dr Robert Turner in a smi final match, 7-5, 4 ", 6-2 The doubles tournament in the men's brackets is c-mtinu ng w i t h finals slated for Sunday record for this year The o'd record vas 129 784 a 15 56 et with an 87 final speed to take the tiophy. In Friday night's Ultra Stock Showdown, Harry Campbell, hailing from Pasadena, took was DeNino from Silver Spring vith a 11 9-127-82 trip in his Ultra Stock Class IV Comet G.B. 10 1 1 ' 2 m p h by the late Fireball Rob- [lrst p ] ace in his VI Ultra Stock t-rts in 1963 Plvmounth in a break-neck Fourth place went to Charlie n 17 . 12 i 13 run Clotzbach in a Dodge and f i f t h TjU ra stock runner-up ti rookie Bud Moore, also in a Dodge Schnauffer, Coulter Take Regatta Spots WILLIAMSPORT - Bill Sch- n a r f f e r and Jerry Coulter both of Frederick teamed up to w i n the 65-horsepower class at the speedboat racing heie Sunday \\ith a top speed ot -4 5 mph boat was powered w u h a "')horsepower mercury motor The i aces were pir'. of the ;nnual Potomac River Regatta, sponsored bv the Potomac Fish (lame Association of William- suort M O N D A Y A F T E R N O O N P R O G R A M F I R S T $1200 Claiming, 3 Year Olds and Up 4' j Furlongs Witchwoman (Lemasler) IJ 40-7 00 40 Bella Sir Fella (Ford) 13.10-7 00 Sunset Blaie (John*ton 310 Highly Esteemed, Jet Mi«ile, Wealthy, Brown Beads, Bear A Hand, Almandine Late scratch--Balteladora Time-- 53 4-5 SECOND SI 200, Claim.ng ,3 Year Olds 6 Furlonqs Little Phyllis (V Espinosa) 7.JO 4 40 3 40 Cherubs Pet (Ford) 1SOO-»M Noor's Girl (Vasil) ' M Jim Sail, Dark Texan, Lennox Miss, Nancy Pooh, Jimmy Dixon, Paneat, To -a.e King Time--I 24 J-5 International Rochester ·, Buffa'o 1 Svracuse 7, Toronto 2 Richmond 5 Toledo 1 Paclfk Co«t \*»f,vt 5att'e 5 Hawaii 1 5 Port la ryl 7-? 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