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Philadelphia Golfer Gains In Amateur THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday, Jww 5, IfTt Pait B-3 NEWCASTLE; Northern Ireland (AP) - Bill Hyndman of Philadelphia surged from behind and defeated Scotland's Murray Rae on the 20th hole Thursday to gain the quarter-finals of the British Amateur Golf Championship. It was the second overtime victory of the day for the 54- year-old Hyndman, the last American surviver. Earlier Thursday, Dale Morey of High Point, N.C., Hunter McDonald of Detroit, Jim Vickers of Wichita, Kan., and Bill Key of Columbus , Ga., were all eliminated, Hyndman, who needed an eagle on the 19th hole to beat Bill McRae of Ireland in his first match Thursday, went two extra holes to eliminate Rae. Down by two strokes at the 15th hole, the veteran American battled back to tie the match and force it to extra holes. Michael Bonallack of Britain, four-time winner of this tournament; who defeated Hyndman in the finals last year, also gained the quarter-final round with two victories Thursday. First, Bonallack whipped John Faith of Northern Ireland 4 and 3 and then he finished off McDonald 2 and 1, after the American had adganced by beating Pat O'Sullivan of Ireland on the 19th hole. Rae was two up at the 15th when Hyndman came to life, won the 16th _and jialved the next one. Then Hyndman hit two tremendous wood shorts on the long 18th, his second coming to rest hole high, the full 548 yards, which gave him a certain birdie four t» square things. On the 19th they halved in par fives because Rae missed a three-foot putt. At the 20th Hyndman's sodid four was good enough to close the match. Two 18-hole matches will produce the finalists for Saturday's 36-hole final. Hyndman and Bonallack are in opposite brackets and conceivably they could meet once more in the finals Saturday. The Philadetphian has ben a finalist twice in these championships. The remaining survivors of the original field of 256 in this marathon match play battle are South Africa's R.S. Napier, Bruce Critchley of Englandl France's Didier Charmat, Ireland's Brian Hoey and John Glover and Scotland's Charlie Green. Gridmen Chosen For All-Star Game CHICAGO (AP) - A 54-player collegiate squad, including 25 of the 26 first-round pro draft choices, was named Thursday to face the Kansas City Chiefs in the 37th Ail-Star football game at Soldier Field July 31. The array of college grid stars, selected by Ail-Star Coach Otto Graham and his staff, includes Heisman Trophy winner Steve Owens, running back from Oklahoma, and Penn State's Mike Reid, defensive tackle and winner of the Football Writers Association's Outland Award as the nation's top interior lineman. Graham's quarterbacking trio includes pro football's No. 1 draft pick, Terry Bradshaw of Louisiana Tech, captured by the Pittsburgh Steelers; No. 3 selection, Mike Phipps of Purdue, nabbed by the Cleveland Browns, and Dennis Shaw of San Diego State, second round pick of the Buffalo Bills. The All-Star squad reports next month for training at Northwestern University, Evanston, III. Last year, Graham's All-Star club dropped a 26-24 thriller to the Joe Namath-led New York Jets. Oklahoma tops the All-Star representation with four players, while three are from Notre Dame, including Mike McCoy, 280-pound defensive tackle, No. 2 pro draft choice assigned to the Green Bay Packers. Sixteen second-round pro draft picks also were tabbed to Griffith Wins COPENHAGEN (AP) Emile Griffith, the former world welterweight and middleweight champion, .floored Tom Bogs twice Thursday night and went on to win a decisive decision in 10 rounds over the previously unbeaten European middleweight champion from Denmark. play in the All-Star contest sponsored by Chicago Tribune Charities, Inc. The squad members are: Wide Receivers- Ken Burroughs, Texas Southern; Richard Caster, Jackson State; Walker Gillette, Richmond; Gerry Hendron, Idaho; Ron Shanklin, North Texas State, and Charles Williams, Prairie View A M. Offensive Linemen-- Robert Asher, Vanderbilt; Charles Hutchison, Ohio State; Lyn Larson, Kansas State; Robert McKay. Texas; Ken Mendenhall, Oklahoma; Mike Oriard, Notre Dame; Sidney Smith, Southern California; John Ward, Oklahoma State; Douglas Wilkerson, North Carolina College, and James Reilly, Notre Dame. Quarterbacks -- Terry Bradshaw, Louisiana Tech; Mike Phipps, Purdue, and Dennis Shaw, San Diego State. Running backs-- Robert Anderson, Colorado; Norm Bulaich, Texas Christian; John Isenbarger, Indiana; Art Malone, Arizona State; Steve Owens, Oklahoma; Larry Stegent, Texas A M, and Duane Thomas, West Texas State. Tight ends-Steve Zabel, Oklahoma, and Ray Chester, Morgan State. Defensive linemen-- William Brundage, Colorado; Ron Car- Babe Ruth Greg Brown hurled a one-hitter as Kiwanis bombed Blue Ridge 19-0 in Babe Ruth Action Thursday night He fanned seven and didn'twalk a batter. Blue Ridge helped out with 10 errors. Wayne Baugher, Mike Snyder, Roderick and Fellows all had three hits for the winners. Metcalf was the losingpitcher. Patriot Thincjads Win Junior High track Meet Thomas Johnson won both the 8th and 9th grade titles at the 20th annual Frederick County Track and Field Day held at Thomas Johnson. Charles Wills of Thomas Johnson was a triple winner to lead the "Pats" to a 105 point win over Middletown 79%, Walkersville 74V2, Linganore 60, Brunswick 45, Thurmont 32. Ten new records were established in the second annual eighth grade division. The ninth grade championship was closely contested with "TJ" edging Walkersville in the last two events for a 109 to 99 ! /2 victory. Third place went to Linganore with Middletown and Brunswick finishing in fourth and fifth with 60 and 51 respectively. Two new records were established in the twentieth annual event. Eddie Anderson of Linganore bettered the hurdles time and Frank Grob of Walkersville added the discus. 8th Grade Division (* new record) * 90LH-1. Wills, TJ 2. White, L. 3 Sheffler, M. 4. Stone, TJ 5. Eader, L. 6 Shaffer, M. (11.4) 100 Dash-1. Castle, M. 2. Hane, L. 3. Horner, W. 4. Englehart, T. 5. Leach, W. 6. Holland, B. (U.2). * 220 Dash-1. Lushbaugh, M. 2. Gillian, TJ 3. Sigler, B. 4. Morris, L. 5. Zaharoff, W. 6. White, W. (25.4). 440 Run-1. Miller, T. 2. Beach, TJ 3. Carbaugh, TJ 4. Offutt, W. 5. Beachley, M. 6. Heiins, T. (63.7). 880 Run-1. Wills, TJ 2. Glass, T. 3. Miller, W. 4. Page, B. 5. Burgee, TJ 6. Pearl, M. (2:22.0). 440 Relay-l.TJ 2. M. 3 L. 4.B. 5. T. 6. W. (53.5). * 880 Relay-1. W. 2. TJ 3. M. 4. B. 5. L. 6. TV(1:47:6). * Long Jump-1. Wills, TJ 2. Beach, TJ 3. FlicHnger, W. 4. Lushbaugh, M. 5. Purcell, T. 6. Pollatus, L. (IT'S"). * Triple Jump-1. Wills, TJ 2. Pollatus, L. 3. Castle, M. 4. Rhoderick, M. 5. Main, W. 6. Nowell, T. (35'10"). * High Jump-1. Robinson, W. 2. Lushbaugh, M. 3. Miller, W. 4. Onley, B. 5. Hinerman, L. rSPAPERflRCHlVE®--. 6. Purcell, T. (5'3"). * Pole Vault-1. Berger, Willis, L. 3. Martin, M. 4. Crum and Boweman 6. Cochran Tj W. 2. * Shot Put-1. Siggler, B. 2. Betson, TJ 3. Arven, B. 4. Harbaugh, T. 5. Flickinger, W. 6. Hinerman, L. (41'8"). * Discus-1. Hinerman, L. 2. Delauter, M. 3. Taylor, B. 4. Robinson, W. 5. Betson, TJ G.Rems- berg, W. 113'0". 9th Grade Meet ( * new records). * 90LH-1. Anderson, L. 2. Tressler, L. 3. Hall, B. 4. Hawes, B. 5. Hubbard, TJ 6. Colby, M. (11.7). 100 Dash - 1. Anderson, L. 2, Bonn, TJ 3. Terry, TJ 4. Tressler, L. 5. Hall, B. 6. Toms, W. (1U). 220 Dash-1. Dorsey, TJ 2. Ogle, M. 3. Sumpter, TJ 4. Poole, L. 5. Leatherman, M. 6. Main, W. (25.3). 440 Dash-1. Hubbard, TJ 2. Keyser, TJ 3. Nelson, L. 4. Mainhart, W. 5. Zimmerman, M. 6. Smith, L. (59.8). 880 Run-1. Crum, W. 2. Thompson, TJ 3. Kehne, TJ 4. Zimmerman, M. 5. Nelson, L. 6. Wampler, W. (2:21.8). 440 Relay-1. TJ 2. L. 3. M. 4. W. 5. B. (50.1). 880 Relay-1. M. 2. W. 3. L. 4. B. (TJ Fastest time, but disqualified) (1:46.2). Long Jump-1. Dorsey, TJ 2. Anderson, L. 3. Hall, B. 4. Tucker, B. 5. Northrup, M. 6. Bohn, TJ (IT'S"). Triple Jump-1. Hall, B. 2. Shaw, W. 3. Ellis, W. 4. Clem, L. 5. Ruetten, M. 6. Curry, M. (36 W). High Jump-1. Ruetten, M. 2. Butt, W. 3. Moore, B. 4. Randolph, TJ 5. Moxley and Mainhart. (5'2"). Pole Vault-1, Routzahn, M. 2. Moxley, L. 3. Hinerman, L. 4. Maccartee, W. 5. Wolf, W. 6. Dankmeyer, M. (8' 6"). Shot Put-1. Sumter, TJ 2. Nougle, W. 3. Care, B. 4. Reynolds, TJ 5. Kline, M. 6. Moss, * Discus-1. Grob, W. 2. Eyler, W. 3. Sumpter, TJ 4. Shirk, L. 5. Rutlledge, M. 6. Gardner, L. ' penter, North Carolina State; Al- Cowlings, Southern California; Ed Epping, Air Force; Cedric Hardman, North Texas State; Joe Willie Jones, Tennessee State: Mike McCoy, Notre Dame; Phil Olsen, Utah State; Ray Parson, Minnesota, and Mike Reid, Penn State. Linebackers-- Charles Burgoon, North Park College (III); Jim Files, Oklahoma; Dennis Onkotz, Penn State; John Reynolds, Tennessee; John Small, Citadel, and Clyde Werne, Washington. Defensive backs -- Melvin Blount, Southern University; Tim Foley, Purdue; Eric Harris, Colorado; Alvih Mathews, Texas A I; Randy Montgomery, Weber State; Ted Provist, Ohio State; Stephen Tanhan, Florida, and Bruce Taylor, Boston University. Specialists - Spike Georgia, punter, and Leuthauser, Air Force, kicker. Jones, Dennis place- DRAFT Continued From B-l Pittsburgh - John Bedard, pitcher-catcher, 17, Springfield, Mass. Washington - Charles Maxwell, pitcher - catcher - infielder, 17, Kingston, Ohio. Cincinnati-- Gary Plczynski, shortstop, 18, West Allis, Wis. Boston -- Jimmy Hacker, infielder, 18, Temple, Tex. San Francisco - John D'Ac- quisito 18, pitcher, San Diego. Oakland -- Darnell Ford, outfielder, 18, Los Angeles. Chicago Cubs -- Gene Hiser, outfielder, 21, Baltimore. Detroit-- Terry Mappin, catcher 18, Lousiville, Ky. Atlanta - Ronald Broaddus, pitcher, 17, Crute, Tex. Minnesota-- Robert Gorinski, shortstop, 18, Calumet, Pa. New York Mets -- George Ambrow, shortstop, 18, Long Beach, Calif. Yaz Almost Played Second BLASTING AWAY - Bert Yancey blasts from a wet sand bunker at the fourth hole during Thursday's first round in the Kemper Open Golf Tournament. Yancey got the shot to within four feet of the cup but missed the putt to bogie the holeXAP Wirephoto See Story on Page B-l) Distance Races Top Hagerstown Slate By FRANK ECK AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor Probably one of the best things that happened to Carl Yastrzem- ski occurred in 1960 when he failed to make the grade as the new Boston Red Sox second baseman. Billy Jurges, now a special assignment scout for the Washington Senators, the other day recalled Yaz' second base tryout. Jurges was Boston's manager then. "We were training in Scottsdale, Ariz., that year and Yas- trzemski was only 20 and had come up as a shortstop and second baseman with a .377 batting average from Raleigh, N.C. "We also had Charley Schilling, who like Yaz lived on Long Island. Both were signed by Bots Nekola. "Schilling was a fine second baseman. He was one year older than Yaz and the Boston front office figured Schilling had a better chance to play second. So we sent both of them to Min- neapolis, Chuck as a second baseman and Yaz as a left fielder. "It turned out to be the right decision. Both came up to the Red Sox to stick in 1961. Chuck got in 158 games and hit about .260. Yaz played left field and batted .266." To this day Yaz and his father, Carl Sr., believe Carl could have made it at shortstop. But the Red Sox looked at young Yaz's Raleigh record of 1959. It showed 45 errors. Probably half of them were on throws because, even then, Yaz had a powerful throwing arm. What Jurges didn't know was that when he sent Yaz and Schilling off to Minneapolis, then in the American Association, in 1960, he helped form one of baseball's best friendships. Yaz and Chuck became roommates in Minneapolis and were roomies when both played with the Red Sox. They are still friends but Schilling is now in the building business with his father in Smtthtown, N. Y. Babe Ruth Slate Monday and Wednesday games at -McCurdy Field at 8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at Frederick High at 6 p.m. June 8 Dodgers vs. Braves 9 Yankees vs Braves 10 Optimist vs. Dodgers 11 Yankees vs Optimist 15 Yankees vs. Dodgers 16 Optimist vs. Braves 17 Yankees vs. Optimist 18 Dodeers vs. Braves I 22 Yankees vs. Braves 23 Optimist vs. Dodgers 24 Optimist vs. Braves 25 Yankees vs. Dodgers 29 Dodgers vs. Braves 30 Yankees vs. Optimist July 1 Optimist vs. Dodgers 2 Yankees vs. Braves 6 Yankees vs. Dodgers 7 Optimist vs. Braves 8 Yankees vs. Optimist 9 Dodgers vs. Braves " HAGERSTOWN, Md. -- Extra distance feature races in both divisions are scheduled for this Sunday evening at the Hagerstown Raceway. Twin 20s for the super sprints and a 30-lap feature for the modern stocks will climax the double feature program of auto racing. The Twins for the supers will be two complete 20-lap races with the over-all finishing position being decided by where a driver finishes in both events. The second race will be a reverse order start from the finishing positions in the first feature, excepting thosethatdrop out. An increased purse, with $800 to win has been posted, plus double points. The 24 fastest, qualified by heats, will start the first feature. Points and purses payoff will be awarded by overall finish. The modern stock division will run an extra distance championship test, a 30-lap feature with an increased purse and double points also being posted. The winner will receive $350. The Western Maryland oval is now on its summer starting time schedule. The programs are scheduled to start at 7 p.m. each Sunday evening Model 880: The 'fittC'chopper'. Equipped with nine-knife cutter- head, the Model 880 forage harvester chops as fine as W. There's no re-cutter screen, so you never sacrifice capacity. Rugged, 7'3" sicklebar has heavy-duty reel and cam-follower bearings for season- after-season dependability. ISEW HOLLAFSD DIVISION OF SPERRY RAND CERESVILLE MOTOR CO. Routt 1 -- Phont 662-4197 Frederick, Md. through the month of August. The double points at stake in this Sunday's extra distance features should greatly alter the point standings in both divisions. Both leaders saw their point leads decrease after last Sunday night's action. The new modern stock division is involved in a very tight point race, with only 32 points separating the top nine in the standings. With 48 points posted for the winner of the upcoming 30-lap feature, any of these drivers have a chance of taking over the point lead. Hagerstown's Dennis Bonebrake, last year's semi-late champion, is still holding onto first place but not by much. with 127. Two-time track semi-late king Dick Warrenfeltz is oruv. four further back with 123, followed by Larry Gorman, 119; Roland Cox, 107; Johhn Haberback, 107; Turk Burkett, winner of three in a row, 106; Jimmy Brown, 106; Buddy Armel, 101; and Charlie Johnson, 91. Defending champion Johnny Grum in the super sprint division, ran into his first streak of bad luck of the season last week but still manages to hold a tremendous lead in that division with 158 points. He is trailed by Ralph Quarterson, 118; Milt Miller 108; Elmer Ruby, 106; Irvin King, 102; Bobby Allen, Bonebrake has 133 points but 98; Bill Banick, 97; Rick Schme- another young driver, Sam Nal- lyun, 96; John Ebersole, 72; and ley is right on his rear bumper Kenny Weld, 71. Tnei97o HESSTON PULL-TYPE PT-10 Weather or Not The PT-10 cuts wide, lows narrow and performs big rtgardltaa of your humidity problem. Takes a full 9*3" cut...about V wider than other makes. You'll spend an hour less in a 50-acra field. Come in today and see this economical profit-make^ FREDERICK EQUIPMENT CO. Evergreen Point Phone 662-6135 Why pay up to §259 more fora compact when Maverick gives you all this? Why pay more when Maverick saves you money right from the start? 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