Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 3, 1968 · Page 12
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Freeport, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 3, 1968
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NFL Player Strike Looks Probable By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer There's nothing official, but the ingredients are beginning to stack up for a strike by National Football League players. Officially, the players are saying nothing. That's through at- tornev Dan Shulman, counsel The player representatives!tend, at least for the present, to' and an owners' group failed toLidhere to that." come to an agreement at their I Asked if another date had super secret meeting in Detroit been set for further negotia- last weekend. jtions, Shulman replied: "No Art Modell, NFL president'comment." and owner of the Cleveland! An authoritative source in At Browns, broke the long silence 1 lanta said about 97 per cent o for the tion. NFL Players Associa- Unofficially, there are numerous reports of strike talk by the players. And time is running out. Rookies are scheduled to begin reporting for practice next week. Veterans will report later. Reporting dates vary for each club. The exhibition season is less than a month away. with a prepared statement Cleveland Tuesday. "We regret exceedingly that the players have rejected the results of the very fruitful negotiations we had in Detroit on Friday and Saturday," Modell's statement said. "We think, perhaps, the players may not have fully understood our position." In Chicago, Shulman said: "We have agreed to no comments in the press and we in- iivthe players so far contactec jwere not satisfied with the own ers' offer. And in Knoxville, Tenn., th News Sentinel said NFL players have voted 377-17 not to repor to preseason camps. Among other things, the play ers are seeking improved pen sion benefits, $500 for each exhi bition game, and a guaranteed minimum salary, such as exists in baseball. No Signs Of Slump By League Leaders By MIKE BRYSON Associated Press Sports Writer A couple of American League managers have proclaimed in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. Detroit 50 27 37 35 36 38 39 38 40 40 44 .649 .538 .521 .520 .500 .487 .486 .452 .444 .389 GB 8% 10 10 12% 15 15% 19% Cleveland ... 43 Baltimore .. 38 Minnesota .. 39 Oakland .... 39 California .. 37 Boston 36 New York .. 33 Chicago 32 Washington . 28 Tuesday's Results Detroit 3, California 1 Minnesota 6, Cleveland 0 Boston 4, Oakland 3 New York at Washington, postponed, rain Chicago at Baltimore, postponed, rain Today's Games California (Murphy 2-0) at Detroit (Wilson 5-5), N Minnesota (Merritt 5-7) at Cleveland (Tiant 12-5) N New York (Stottlemyre 9-5) at Washington (B. Howard 0-3), N Chicago (Fisher 2-4 and Peters 3-8) at Baltimore (Phoebus 7-6 and Hardin 8-4) 2, twi-night. Oakland (Nash 6-5) at Boston Culp 4-4), N Thursday's Games California at Detroit New York at Washington Minnesota at Cleveland Chicago at Baltimore Oakland at Boston National League W. L. Pet. St. Louis . Atlanta .. San Fran Pittsburgh Cincinnati GB Los Angeles New York .. Phila Chicago .... Houston .... 48 40 41 37 38 40 36 37 34 33 30 37 38 36 38 40 39 37 42 44 .615 .519 .519 .507 .500 .500 .480 .439 .447 .429 7% 8% 9 9 10% 10% 13 14% Tuesday's Results Chicago 5, Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 2, New York 1 Houston 2, Cincinnati 0 San Francisco 5, Atlanta 0 St. Louis 5, Los Angeles 3 Today's Games Philadelphia (L. Jackson 6-9) at Chicago (Holtzman 5-4) Pittsburgh (Blass 5-2) at New York (Ryan 5-6) Atlanta (Pappas 4-5) at San Francisco (Perry 7-4) Cincinnati (Cloninger 1-5) at Houston (Dierker 8-10), N St. Louis (Briles 9-6) at Los Angeles (Kokich 1-1), N Thursday's Games Atlanta at San Francisco St. Louis at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at New York (2) Philadelphia at Chicago (2) Cincinnati at Houston (N) recent days that Detroit's rampaging Tigers are due for a siege of misfortune any old day now. Don't hold your breath. The Tigers are giving anything but an indication of a summer slump. Willie Horton's first-inning single Tuesday night delivered a pair of runs that helped the Tigers to a 3-1 conquest of California—their seventh in eight games. And, Detroit's lead was widened to 8% games over Cleveland when the Indians were victimized 6-0 by Minnesota. Boston came from behind to nip Oakland 4-3 in the only other league game. Rain postponed the New York at Washington and Chicago at Baltimore games. Although the Tigers continue to make the race for first a ho- hum affair, a big logjam is developing for the runner-up spot. Only four games separate the Indians from the seventh-place Red Sox. Tiger right-hander Earl Wil- son picked up his sixth victory in 11 decisions but had to constantly pitch out of trouble. Horton staked him to the early lead after Jim Northrup doubled and Norm Cash walked, then both advanced on a wild pitch. Rookie Tom Matchick's first homer accounted for Detroit's other run in the seventh. California's Jim Fregosi ran his hitting streak to 12 games with a solo homer in the eighth, his seventh of the year. Minnesota's Jim Kaat blanked the Indians despite giving up seven hits. The Twins put it out of doubt in the fourth when Jack Hernandez doubled in two runs and Cesar Tovar and Jim Holt each singled in one. Frank Quilici's sacrifice fly accounted for a run in the fifth, and Ted Uhlaender tripled for another tally in the ninth. Ken Harrelson's two-run double in the eighth rescued Boston after the Athletics had taken a 3-2 lead. Dalton Jones, who scored twice, helped out with two singles and a double. Aqueduct Race Highlights Holiday Racing Program By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer The Race of the Year, the meeting of Damascus, Dr. Fajer and In Reality in the 100,000 Suburban handicap at Aqueduct, highlights the July 4 holiday horse racing program in he United States: A year ago, Damascus, Dr. 'ager and Buckpasser met in what was called The Race of Years, the $100,000 Woodward takes. Damascus won by 10 Two Share Low Gross Honors At Park Hills Mrs. Joe Hille and Mrs. Cliford Stanton tied for low gross lonors for 18 holes in the week- y women's mixer at Park Hills Golf Club. Mrs. Kenneth Kevern had the ow gross score for nine holes, lonors for low putts were taken >y Mrs. Henry Constantine and Mrs. L. J. Sauer. Next week a guest day is planned. Advance registration at the clubhouse is requested. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO - Lionel Rose, 118, Australia, outpointed Takao Sa- <urai, 117V2, Japan, 15. Ross retained world bantamweight 'tie. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Go- meo Brennan, 164, Bahamas, lutpointed Wilfredo Hurst, 162, .liami, Fla,, 10; "kldie Talhami, 79, Montreal, stopped Mose ierrell, la., 8. 190, St. Petersburg, UP.. UP.. and Away! View The Countryside In An ... Airplane Ride! SPECIAL FAMILY RATES Thii Weekend . . . Friday, Saturday & Sunday Cessna • AIR.TAXI-HENTAL • FLIGHT INSTRUCTION RON DORNINK FLYING SERVICE-DORNINK AIRPORT 3li Mllei East of Cedarville-449-2442 lengths over Buckpasser and ^ lengths over Dr. Fager in 2:00 3-5 for them miles. Dr. Fager had set a blazing pace of 1:09 1-5 for the first six furlongs and 1:35 1-5 for the mile. Damascus, owned by Mrs. Edith Bancroft, went on to become Horse of the Year. He has been assigned top weight of 133 pounds for the m miles of the Suburban to 132 for William McKnight's Dr. Fager and 125 for Mrs. Frances Center's In Reality. Damascus, Dr. Fager and In Reality each have won stakes this year as 4-year-olds and are regarded as the tops in the handicap division. The trio is expected to dominate the Suburban in which Amerigo Lady, a 4-year-old filly from the Rokeby Stable, also is likely to start. She has been assigned 110 pounds and will try to become the first of her sex to win the Suburban since Busanda in 1951. It will be the third time Damascus and Dr. Fager have met. Dr. Fager won the first time, the Gotham Mile, with Damascus turning the tables in the Woodward. THE NEW MANAGER OF the Philadelphia Phillies is Bob Skinner, who took over in the middle of June when Gene Mauch was fired. Skinner is seen participating in pre-game drills at Wrigley Field Tuesday. — Journal-Standard Photo. South African Sprinter Wants Better Competition By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A South African who won't be able to compete in the Olympics, matched the listed world mark in the 100-meter dash— and wasn't satisfied. And the fastest mile of the year was recorded, with four Tien under four minutes, as the lighlights of a couple of major nternational track and field meets in Europe Tuesday. Paul Nash of South Africa, 'ighting a mild headwind, tied ;he world record of 10 seconds 'lat in a meet at Zurich, Switzerland. Ron Jones of Britain Hansruedi Wildmer third in 10.5. Nash, who won't be able to compete in the Olympics because of the South African ban, has been clocked in 10 flat several times. Three Americans, Charlie Greene, Smith and Jim Ronnie Ray Hines, were. was second in 10.4 and Joliet Central Hires New Cage Mentor OAKWOOD, 111. (AP) — Dale Henn resigned Tuesday as bas- cetball coach at Oakwood High School to become coach at Joliet Jentral. Glenn will succeed Ed Woods who recently resigned because if health reasons. In two years at Oakwood, Jlenn, a graduate of Eastern llinois, turned a 20-game loser nto a 20-game winner. Qualifies With Ford DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. < API — Donnie Allison drove his Ford Torino to an average of 181312 miles per hour Tueaday and landed at the ninth starting spot for Thursday's Firecracker 400 stock car race. Ties World Record ZURICH, Switzerland (AP)South Africa's Paul Nash Tuesday tied the listed world record of 10 seconds for the 100-meter dash. Kings Make Trade LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League Tuesday traded wingers Brian Smith and Yves Locas to the Montreal Ca- nadiens in exchange for defense- man Larry Cahan. Midwest League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wis. Rapids 4, Appleton 3 Quad Cities 8, Clinton 4 Burlington 7, Waterloo 0 Cedar Rapids 8, Dubuque 3 Decatur 2, Quincy 1 Pabst History In 1904, due to the death of his father, Gustav Pabst became president of the brewery. Gustav went to Dr. Schedler who was chief chemist and said, "I want to impress upon you to take care that the quality of our products is at all times preserved and if there is a possibility of any improvement, I want to know it." Regularly Gustav passed on the hops that were being used, supervised the barley buying and grading and saw to it personally that Pabst beer was the best that could be brewed. He had a series of taps put in the laboratory where he often spent an hour in blindfold test taking small sips at 15 minute intervals. The tradition of quality is the heritage of todays members of the Pabst family. You can enjoy it if you drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. John Knobel & Son Distributor* timed in 9.9 seconds at Sacramento, Calif., June 21. "The headwind did not bother me very much," Nash said. "But I wished I had stronger men running against men per- Rough Rider Survivor Has Reunion LAS VEGAS, N. M. (AP) Ann Landers Answers Your Problems Coffee Secret Dear Ann Landers: I'll come right to the point and not try to make excuses for myself. The One of the last three living plain truth is that I have been members of Teddy Roosevelt's married for four years and I do not know how to make a decent cup of coffee. I have blamed the pot, the water, the brand of coffee, and finally, the stove. I have gone from percolator to drip to electric to the open pot method. famed Rough Riders arrives today in Las Vegas by bus for the 69th annual Rough Riders reunion. Jesse Langond, 87, of East Rockaway, N. Y., will be the tar of a parade through thej 1 ^ 6 tried nine different brands »„„ «r » j «_ u _Jof coffee and have even bought center of town and the honored guest at a luncheon. Two years ago, Langdon drove his sports car from New York to the celebration honoring beans myself. The results are the same. Rotten coffee. What is wrong with a woman who can bake a Danish torte the famous cavalry group. I and prepare baked Alaska but Theodore Roosevelt himself can ' 1 make a S°° d U P of coffe€? attended the group's first reunion in Las Vegas in 1899, a year after he led the Rough Riders in the charge up San Juan iill in Cuba during the Spanish-American War and two years before he became president. ' — HATE MYSELF Dear Self: The simplest things are the ones that can drive a person nuts. I know how you feel. I can't make Jello. I didn't know what you are doing wrong, but perhaps some of the great coffee makers in all. - MARRIED 40 YEARS Dear Married: Thanks for your letter. And to the married kinds in the reading audience I say, "If the shoe fits — wear it." SALOON IS OUT COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP)— The operators of a tavern here installed a 35-foot sign outside their place of business only to be told by the state liquor the sign. had The word inspector they had to remove "saloon," which was in the sign, is against the law in Colorado when used for advertising purposes. Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. 12 Wed., July 3, 1968 HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING GAS • OIL • EUCTRIC FREEPORT HEATING & APPLIANCE CO. FORGET ABOUT THE WEATHER, CONCENTRATE ON GOOD LIVING. WORTHINCTON MUELLER CUMATROL 24 HOUR SERVICE Lee Emford, Owner Phone 232-5018 706 South West Ave. The Rough Riders vowed toimy reading audience will come hold the annual reunion until the up with some homey hints. How haps That world record.' some of the might have Americans, brought a Nash also won the 200 meters in 20.1, running on a synthetic track, similar to the surface that will be used in the Olympics at Mexico City. Vera Nikolic of Yugoslavia won the women's 800 meters in 2:02.2, the world's best time this season, while a French relay team won the men's 400-meter relay in 39 seconds flat, just four-tenths of a second off the listed record. In Stockholm, Sweden, Bodo Tuemmler of West Germany recorded the fastest mile of the year, 3:54.7. He was followed by Andre de Hertoghe of Belgium, 3:56; Werner Gosewinkel of West Germany, 3:59.1; and Alberto Esteban of Spain, 3:59.2m Wilson Kiprsgut of Kenya won the 1,000 meters in 2:21.6n but Russians dominated the rest of the meet. Among the were Valeri jump, 7-lVz; Russian winners Skovrtsov, high Anatoly Kuryan, 3,000-meter steeplechase, 8:33; Janis Luis, javelin, 285-4%; and Victor Saneev, triple jump, 5411%. ast man died. Now, only three are living; ..angdon, Frank C. Brito, 91, of Las Cruces, N.M., and Arthur Tuttle, 88, of Salinas, Calif. Brito and Tuttle attended the reunion two years ago but since have been unable to travel. YWCA Swim Club Seeks Members The YWCA Swim Club is receiving new members on its team, ages 8-18, beginning Monday, July 8, at the YWCA pool. Anyone interested in joining should call Mary Lee Mullens at the YWCA. Members are in the process of purchasing competitive equipment for meets and are planning to order team suits soon. Practices are held Monday through Thursday from 4-5 p.m. New Job For Owens BOSTON (AP) — Jesse Owens, winner of four gold medals in track at the 1938 Olympics, was added to the American League's Baseball public relations staff Tuesday. Fast Mile By German STOCKHILM (AP) - Bodo Tuemmler of West Germany Tuesday ran a 3:54.7 mile, fastest in the world this year. GRANT HOSTS UDC SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) The annual convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy was held here at the U.S. Grant Hotel. Over 4100 CARS SOLD In Last 10 Yearsl New Or Used CHEVY "Your Satitfaction t* My Butiness" • Cart •Truck* FRED FRANZ at ZIMMERMAN CHEVROLET 232-5121 232-8320 Served every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 5:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. A different selection of: MEATS, VEGETABLES and SALADS each night. '" You've tried others . . . now trv MS" Corner of Galena and Main about it, girls? If there's a coffee secret out there, please spill it. 8esf Gift Of All Dear Ann Landers: What I have to say will apply to thousands of married children, not just our own. I hope I can express myself well enough so you will print my letter. A few weeks before Christmas, our anniversary, Mother's Day, Father's Day, and so on, the phone calls start — first from the daughters, then the daughters-in-law. They all ask, "What can we buy you?" Of course I can't tell them that what we really want is not for sale. An invitation to a family meal with everyday chatter would be more delicious than a severn-course banquet in the finest restaurant. An offer to drive us to town once in a while so we wouldn't have to fight the heavy traffic and park in a lot and feed meters would be pure heaven. Even a 10-minute phone call that is not a request to baby- sit, but a call just to visit, would be a rare treat. What a joy it would be if pur children would ask us to join them at the theater one night, or the symphony, or a movie — just knowing they thought of us would be a lift. I guess what I'm trying to say is thoughtfulness and consideration are the best gifts of Vocation coming? See MFC Don't pass up the vacation you need and deserve because you're a little short of money. Tell Household Finance how much you'll need and they'll arrange an HFC Traveloan to pay for everything. What's more, HFC will tell you in advance what your Traveloan will cost-In dollars and cents. No surprises, no extras, no hidden charges. Vacation coming? Travel worry-free with a Traveloan from HFC! Before you sign on the dotted line, know what your loan will cost. 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