Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 16
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July 1, 1968

Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 16

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Eng/e Fans 72 For Elks-Legion ROCK FALLS - Dave Englc fanned 12 here Sunday as the Freeport Elks Legion maintained its lead in the District 13 American Legion Baseball League with a 3-2 victory over a tough Rock Falls squad. Freeport scored its runs in successive innings — the third, fourth and fifth. Rock Falls was held scoreless* until the sixth and made things tense with a run in the eighth. Each team had only three hits. John Schwartz. Dave Young and Mike Wagner each had singles for the winners. A single by Schwartz drove home Marty Meinders with the game's first run. The winners took a 2-0 margin j on Wagner's single, a swipe of second, a sacrifice bunt by Ed- ] ler and a sacrifice fly by Engle. | Young's single scored Mike| Polhill with the final run. j Tuesday Freeport is at home) for a nonleague game against Pearl City. Freeport owns a 5-1 league mark after Sunday's win and Rock Falls is 2-3. Steve Randall, a pitching star for Freeport during the prep baseball season, makes his debut for the Elks Legion squad against Pearl City. Freeport takes a 6-3 record into the game. Wednesday Freeport invades Monroe, Wis., and Thursday coach Verne Polhill's club returns to league action against Prophetstown at Krapc Park. l-reeport (3) nh f Meltuli'rs.cf 2 1 0 I'olhlll.c Scliwiim.lf Lnuphliii.ss Lce.rf Young,;tl) \ViiBiUT.2b Hdler.lb Ennle.p Hi-rbiK.cf l.affcrty,2b 1 0 •I 0 1 300 200 :t o i 2 1 1 •I 0 0 •1 0 0 1 0 0 0 (I 0 Rock Falls (2) lib r h I-cach.cf 4 2 Wn(jn't.2b 400 McClenry.lf 402 Ybarra.rf DmvdliiK.lh (iuiciings,3b Weab.c Armilni.ss HelviMz.ss Mocllcr.p 3 0 0 4 n :i n n :! o o a o o i o n 300 32 2 3 Totals 2S 3 3 Totals Score by innings: Elks-U--|>iort 001 110000—3 Rock Falls 000001 010—2 SO—Enisle 12. Moelkn- 5; 1313— Entile 4, Mueller !>. Minor Leagues Art's Shell Tops Durand In Softball Steve Alberts had a triple and single as Art's Shell of Freeport downed Durand 6-3 in Softball action in Durand. Grant Burckhardt also had two hits for the winners and drove home a pair of runs. Duane Kielsmeier fanned 13 for Art's and Ken Greene posted five strickeouts in a losing effort. Greene attempted to help his cause with a double — one of five hits collected by the host team. The winners scored three runs in the third and added three in the fourth frame. Durand scored all three of its runs in the fifth. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Portland 9, Denver 8 Indianapolis 3, Seattle 2 Okla. City 8-2, Tacoma 3-5 Vancouver 5-4, Phoenix 4-2 Spokane 4, San Diego 2 Hawaii 9-1, Tulsa 4-5 International League Richmond 3, Toledo 1 Jacksonville 2, Buffalo 1, 16 innings Columbus 9, Rochester 7 Syracuse 6, Louisville 4 Sunday's Results Pacific Coast League Indianapolis 7. Seattle 1 Spokane 3-3, San Diego 1-5 Tacoma 5, Oklahoma City 3 Denver 6, Portland 3 Tulsa 7, Hawaii 2 Phoenix 6, Vancouver 0 International League Richmond 6-6, Toledo 2-5 Syracuse 1-2, Louisville 0-4 Rochester 3-5, Columbus 2-7 Jacksonville 5, Buffalo 4 THE FREEPORT COUNTRY CLUB holds a junior golf tournament each week for boys and girls. Individuals checking their scores after Friday's play include, from left, Robert Richards, Jon Jacobs and Kim Nortridge. Mrs. H. L. Fenton and Tom Fenton are recording the scores. Others in the picture are Elaine Ryan, Liz Patrou and Sue Garrity. Winners Friday included Barbara Haas, Martha Skyrms, Brett Ferguson, Jacobs, Richards, Chuck Heisler and Jim Fenton.—Journal-Standard Photo. Soil and water conservation dls trict cooperators now number 2,121,000 and own or manage over 708 million acres. 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Four of them, all right-hand- ers, have been selected in previous years—seven years for Los Angeles' Don Drysdale, six fears for San Francisco's Juan Marichal, four years for St. Louis' Bob Gibson and two years for New York's Tom Seaver. The other four are newcomers o All-Star competition. They are left-handers Steve Carlton of St. Louis, Woody Fryman of I Philadelphia and Jerry Koos-' National League Hur/ers Have A//-Sfar Experience man of New York and right- hander Ron Reed of Atlanta. On the other hand, only three of the seven American League pitchers, picked Friday by Manager Dick Williams of the Bos ton Red Sox. have had previous experience in the mid-summer classic. Left-hander Sam McDowell of Cleveland and right-hander Mel Stottlemyre of New York have been named three times each and right-hander Denny McLain of Detroit has been named twice. 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