Page 10 THK NEWS. Frederick. Mainland Saturday, September 9, 1W7 Open AFL Defense Chiefs Meet Oilers U. S. Gains Semifinals Of National Tennis Tourney r.ca 4-6, 6-0, 7-5, 6-3. In today's next to - last HOUSTON Tex (AP)-- The improving on that record. Four- For the first time in their powerful Kansas City Chiefs teen rookies survived the final 'ustory the Oilers will be start- open defense of their American e-utdown. ing a season without quarter- Football League championship Meanwhile, the Chiefs who back George Blanda. tonight against a K'JUS- raced to the league champion- Blanda led the Oilers to two ton Oiler team that owns a 12- ship with 11-2-1 record and AFL championships and a divi- _ _ , _,, _ i m u aiivc m .. w came losing streak. added i 4-1 preseason mark sion title the iirst three years ^a,..^ Northwestern graduate adding Mie U S to her Wimble-! Despite the fact the Oilers appear just as strong this year, ol the league's existence but f rom Beechwood, Ohio, known don C r O *.. by crushing Annette dropped their last eight regu- One of the Chiefs' exhibition *as given his release during mos tly for his doubles ability, van Z"l of South Africa 6-1, C-4 ' lar season games a year ago victories was a 66-24 smashing the summer. He has since i pulled O ff the tournament's ma- she advanced to the semifi- FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)-Clark Graebner, a onetime Dav* CUP -Â«, and Â«ne ScoÂ« a young Wall Street Lawyer out Newcom be f ace s Scott and of Yale, gave America its finest ciraebner faces the winner of B h h fa t j ljeshl " uUo o, Denmark and Ron Barnes A. TM a . Era zji I In the women's division, Mrs. ^.^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^^ Graebner, bespectacled, 23- ^itf kept alive her hopes of and continued their losing ways of the National Football League ,igned with Oakland. with four exhibition setbacks Chicago Bears. The Chiefs also A crowd of 30,000 is expected , tough _^ ,,,,,,,. ,, ,,,, ^ this season, club officials insist- defeated the Oilers 24-9 in pre- for the 8 p.m. kickoff at the lia 1961 and ig$4 champion, in a e r, who smashed 18-vear-old jor upset when he outslugged na is along with Francoise Durr Emerson of Austra- ^ France, a relentless retriey-1 . Kice University Stadium. a two-year rebuilding program season action. under general manager Don Klosterman shorld begin to show results The Oilers finished last ytar with a 3-11 mark which left their, in a tie with Miami for the Eastern division cellar spot the 5 histor^ of the i t e a n t f v e s th C e QUers* hopes of \ SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - No oridefullv, but it is not altogeth- _ __ - one was more surprised than er prepaied to plunge into big sno cker of only slightly Teaneck Mayor Shocked After City Gets Franchise pu'sc-pounding marathon 8-6, 3- Valerie Ziegenfuss of San Diego, 8 19-17, 5-1. 6-0, .5-3. The third set alone lasted \^t hours and kept a gallery of some 8,000 on tenterhooks as fortunes flowed and ebbed. A short time earlier, Scott, 29, who works in his law office in less nal x;nds Ann Hay don Jones, Britain's second-seeded Wightman Cup veteran, against Les-' ley Turner of Australia. They advanced earlier. The finals are scheduled Sun- dav with television between 2 and 4 D m. EOT. U. S. Names Pair To Americas Cup NEW YORK (AP) -- Don Allen of Rochester, N.Y., and William C. Campbell cf Huntington, ed States' American Cup golf team Friday. They join Robert B. Dickson of McAlester, Okla., Marvin Giles HI of Lynchburg, Va., and A. Downing Gray of Pensacola, Fla., on the team which will oppose Canada and Mexico Martin Fleckrnan cl Port Arthur, Tex., and Ron Cerrudo of San Rafael, Calif., were named originally but declined the invi- lation because they intend to turn pro. Robert Murphy of Nichols, Fla., and Robert Smith of San Francisco, the top alternates, also declined for the fame reason. Mayor Thomas J. Costa of Teai neck, N.J., when big league basketball decided to move into his Mttle city -- population manager, police department, ' about 35,000. tire department and myself." "I wasn't sven consulted," Teaneck has an armory that the mayor said after the Amen- seats 5,000 and ABA organiza- can Basketball Association an- lions is talking about increasing nounced transferring its New i: to 14,000. York franchise across the Hud- But first, observed Costa, son River to Teaneck , t^ey wil! have to get a permit "I didn't know about it until from the Town Council and ap- eague sports magnitude by whipping big, left "It would have been wise if handed Owen Davidson of Aus- they had consulted the town tralia 6-3, 8-6, 9-7. The United States hadn't put two men in the semifinals since 1960 and it hasn't won its own championship since Tony Trabert in 1955. semifinal Md. State League Playoff Start Sunday The Maryland Stata League playoffs finally get underway f V a n k 5 w . nt into the Sunday when Middletown is at two Ya ^, s wen i ' nfl ?.^f Germantown and Mt. Airy hosts White Leads Phils Over Braves, 4-1 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Bill White's bases loaded double drove in a pair of runs in a ll/ree-run first inning that earned the Philadelphia Phillies to Â· Â£ 4-1 victory Friday right over i the Atlanta Braves. Right-hander Rick Wise scored his first lifetime victory , over the Braves after six defeats as he pitched a four-hitter. The only Atlanta run came in | the fifth inning on Joe Toore's 20th home run. Tony Taylor and John Briggs opened the Phillies first with s'ngles and after John Callison struck out, Tony Gonzalez was intentionally walked, loading the bases. White slammed a double off the right field scoreboard scoring Taylor and | Briggs. Gonzalez then scored on ;j wild pitch by loser Clay Car- "Â·11. Atlanta 000 010 000--1 4 0 Philadel. 3C1 000 OOx-4 7 0 Carroll, Kelly (6) and Torre; Wise and Oliver. W--Wise, 9-10. L-Carroll, 6-11. Home run -- Atlanta, Torre 20. C-T Entries, Results 114 120 114 114 xllS Creagerstown. Germantown finished first in Ready Or Not (Continued From Page Nine) I saw the papers," Costa told disc iockey Dave McElhatton of San Francisco radio station KCBS in a telephone interview. "Teaneck is a very progressive town," said ihe mayor proval from the fire chief. nower in He also warned it will cost, baldin S Bob Hewitt of some money -- $100 a day for the permit. There would be some real headaches for Teaneck. Line Scores Major , leaguel STANDINGS National League American League L. St load cheers for anyway. The flashy footwork of the Glenelg runners was topped only Louis ^an Fran.. Chicago Cincinnati Phila'phia Atlanta Pittsburgh Los W. 88 54 77 64 78 67 76 66 72 72 71 by the Frederick High School, Cadet Band which oresented its j Houston naif-time program from the New York bleachers. The band's musicianship was of its usually high caliber, but the group has not had enough time yet to perfect the intricate drills marching units are famous for. After all, school has been in session only four days. But the fans came ready for a night of football, and their desire was not 'eft unheeded by the Cadets They put on an exhibition of power and skill which left the crowd bug-eyed 67 e: 71 75 87 87 Angeles 64 55 54 87 .383 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati C-4, New York 0-5 . Prilad3lphia 4. Atlanta 1 Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 3, 10 innings Los Angeles 4, Houston 2 "an Francisco 4, Chicago 3 GAMES TODAY Cincinnati (Nolan 12-6) at New York (Graham 0-1) St Louis (Carlton 12-8) at Pittsburgh (Blass 5-6) Houston (Belinsky 3-9) at Los Pet. G.B. .320 -- Minnesota .546 W- Boston 538 IV/2 Detroit .535 518 .511 .500 .450 .387 W. L. 80 61 80 62 80 62 12 17 22% 33 33% Chicago California Washington Cleveland Baltimore New York Kansas City 78 73 66 66 63 63 57 63 67 75 76 77 79 83 Pet. G.B. .563 -.559 M .563 % .557 .521 .468 .465 .450 .444 .407 1 6 13% 14 16 17 22 with Wimbledon John Newcombe of who turned on his the :eague w hn e Middletown and soasms m erasing Mt Airy t j e d f or second and Creagerstown was fourth. Germantown, with a good balance of hitting and pitching, is the favorite in the tourney. The tourney, which was scheduled earlier, was del a y e d when one of the managers, who's team still had a chance for first place, threatened to pull out of the league unless all the games were played. SUNDAY'S GAMES Middletown at Germantown- Lake, Crabbs; Creagertown at Mt. Airy-Repp. Lake Last Week's Games Middletown 8, Pleasant Walk 4 Mt. Airy 9, Todd Steel 0 Lucketts 7, Mt. Airy 6 Germantown 7, Pleasant Walk 1 Cincinnati 100 000 120--4 9 0 New York 040 000 ICx--5 11 1 Ellis, Lee (2), Davidson (3), Nottebart (5), McCool (7) and Edwards; Seaver, Taylor (8) and Grote. W--Seaver, 13-12. L --Ellis, 7-11. Home runs -- Cincinnati, Pinson (14), F'erez (24). Kansas City 100 002 000--3 Q 1 Cleveland 402 000 OOx--Â« S 1 Odom, Stafford (4), Aker (6) and Suarez; Siebert and Fosse. W--Siebert, 8-11. L--Odom, 3-8. Home run -- Cleveland, Hor- tcn (8). Clark Blanks Nats For Angels WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rickey Clark pitched a two-hitter and posted his first major league shutout Friday night as the California Angels defeated fie Washington Senators 4-0. The Angels broke the game open against Phil Ortega with a ihree-run eighth inning on four s.ngles and an error, with Jimmie Hall, Don Mincher, Buba Morton and Bob Rodgers contributing the hits and Roger Re- poz adding a sacrifice fly. The Angels scored in the fifth inning when Fred Valentine tailed to hold Aurelio Rodriguez' sinking liner and it went for a triple. Rodriguez scored on Jim 'regosi's single. First Race, Purse $1,WO, Thro and Four-Yeer-Olds, Claiming ($1250), Pour and Â· Half Furlongs- aSassy Man 115 Well Aware xiu Petite Astre 119 Gay Mlkl 10* Proof Operator 112 rWlm-Cllff 115 Pokey Doc xlM Jennifer Paige 112 Ceotor xlUaSub Ration 116 Topaze King 115 cLite Spear 109 Beware 119 A--C C Jenkins and T Carter entry C--W C Smith and Phyllis Farling entry Second Race, Purse $1,200, Three-Year- olds and Up, Claiming ($1250), Four and a Half Furlongs. Crowfly x!08 Poullam 113 Bold Jack 116 Poly vox 116 Anirav 119 Mr C D 112 Fly By Wire 116 Dawes Abbey 116 Kings Valley 116 Third Race, Purse $1,400, Three-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming ($2500-2250), Six a- d a Ha:f Furlongs. Hawa Bee 117 Indian Raid 12J David's Alibi il' Francis X 115 Wild Oat x115 Stage Dis've.-y x1l2 Fourth Race, Purse $1,300, Three-Year- olds and Up, Claiming ($1150), One Mi'e ard a Sixteenth. Oceanbeam x10Â» Ripperondo 117 Carolyn's Mink 114 Nyrop "'15 Valiant vessel 120 Li'l Winner xl04 Stall Getter 120 Fifth Race, Purse $1,200, Three-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming ($1250), Six and i a Hal* Furlongs. County Nurse x!12 George L Hasty Paul x!09 Dear Vm Yes You Gal 106 Nail Down Keptmehome 114 Medium Done Scarteen 120 Emos Sixth Race, Purse $1,JOO, Three-Year- Olds and Up, Claiming ($1600), Four and a Half Furlongs. i Terry's Tiara 113 Rollm Jean 119 Flying Ray xl5 Bell Far xlll secretary 119 aLorrey Boy 122 aAuburn Jeep 113 Mr Po'to Chip x l l l , Rare Royal 114 Big Tycoon 116 A--D Wheeler and P G Milbourne 3rd "'seventh Race, Purse $l,Â«oo, Two-Year- Olds, Allowance, Four and a Half Furlo gs Almost June lUMiss Crasher xlll Petes Gesture 122 Lorene R *K8 Tom Tywdd xll? Stulka UÂ» Kan Contrary 113 Gang Ruler n* Eighth Race, Purse $2,000, Three-Year- olds, Allowance, Six and a Half Furlongs. Chief Alamo 114 Notartificial x106 Grand Daddio 117 Keith's Colleen 111 i aGarde Again i!7Rowdydow 117 i Mister Priam 117 aSky Joy 117 I A--Charles H Lamotte entry ' Ninth Race, Purse $2,000, Three-Year- Olds and Up, Allowance, One Mile and a Sixteenth. Darte's A c t o n x!09 Bordeaux Prince 114 Tide Race 120 Funny Man xllS Two Wings 114 Lost Pal xllS Pelter xll5 Ocean Guard x l l S Me Emeraude 111 Tenth Race, Purse $1,400, Three-Year- Clds and Up, Claiming ($1600), One Mile a d a Sixteenth. Sparsh 117 Orange Sky 114 Double Bay x106 Scorching Devil 111 Okeepa l O S L i t t e Phyllis ill Irish Swede 117 Tee Tee Sunday 108) FIRST, $1,200, Maiden, 2-Year-Old Maid- Red Ash (Johnston) Mt-4 *t Nassua jaunt (Baker) I.M Mr M. M. t.. More Plntor, Lady's Traveler, war Lls, Too Bad Bob, Shew Bern*. Flighty Lass. Time--.53 3-5. SECOND, $1-200, Claiming, J-Year-Olds ard Up, 6Vj Furlongs. YOU Quill (Small) Sure Froil (V. Espinosa) - - - - Nevallta (Lemaster) 15.M Judi's Barter, Turnelll, William L., Natural Morn, Sevan Does, Source CM Life, Tacaro Gates. Time--1.12 2-5. DAILY DOUBLE--(10-10); Paid--S113.M. THIRD, $1.200, Maiden, 3 and 4-Year Old Maidens, 4'/i Furlongs Caudilla (Marinaccio) Baf ing Babu (Grove) .Many Faces (Cape) Uncle Loot, Lena Vee, Bay Dancer, Rijhtly Mine, Oulllsetta, Another Sadye, Suvtr Ann. Time--.51 4-5. FOURTH, $1,400, Allowance, 3 and 4- 1 Year Olds. 7 Furlongs ,,.,, ,, Tender Foot (V. Espinosa) 10 20-5.00-J 41 Cottage Image (Howard) 3M-2.M Red Dancer (Vasil) 3.40 Nastana, Pappy's Desire, Bankers Wirn. Time--1 2 2-5. FIFTH, $1,200, C aiming, 3-Year-Olds ana Up, 6' 2 Furlongs Merry Barque (Grove) 3.40-1*0-240 (appoint (Lemasfer) lf.20-7 60 Orbit Again (Ritton) 3.00 No Contention, Open Hearted, Anna E. VÂ»., Jacee Queen, Career Man. Time-I 22 2-5. SIXTH, $1,200, Claiming, 3-Year-Olds 6 KM. 40-3 40 6.40-4.I5 s.Â«o . . Red Alibi (Rivera) 7.*0-Â« M Princess Nagra (Small) Â»Â·Â»Â· You Do So, Pearl T., Bus Driver, Father Jim, Who's On Top, Cover Of Stars, Desse's Delight. Time--1 23 1-5. SEVENTH, $1,200, Claiming, 3-Year- O'ds and Up, 6' 3 Furlongs .,,Â«.,._. jutend (Small) '^lltl!! Pam's River (Riston) * ZO "2' 4 J Navy Cutter (Myers) Â» ** Our Bug, Blue Scout, Lusrista, Cherokee Ford, Last Leaf. Tlme-1.13 2-5 EIGHTH $1,800. Allowance, 3 Year-Olds and Up, 7 Furlongs Fair Saratoga (Myers) Blue Vasco (Johnston) Frosted Prince (Peters) 15 40-4.40-4.60 4.00-3 20 4.M rosiea rrinte ir=iÂ«-Â», -, U V.T. Royal Hi-Man, Troian Belle, Flying North Time-- i 2Â» 1-5. TWIN DOUBLE-- (5-Â«-Â»-5); Paid-- $1,027.Â»0 25 Tickets. NINTH, $2000, Allowance and Up, 4" 2 Furlongs Priam's Joker (Small) Little Doll (Howard) Chetwynd (Davidson) Bank Book Sadve, Opera TENTH 11,300, Claiming CounVeV Ja'n ^MyVs) 3 Year-Olds 3 40-2 40-2.20 3. 00-2 20 Â»Â·Â» Charlie, Wise 3 Year Olds 4 00-3.2,2 Â« ecr . Ab.dun, Of Rights, Beckys Doll. Time-- 1. 51. Attendance-- 4,229; Mandle-t300,25l. X--5 Lbs apprentice allowance claimed YESTERDAY'S RESULTS from watching blazing action on the field and the ever-changing numbers on the Scoreboard. Now that everyone has been | shaken into awareness that foot- hall time is here again, the stage is set for the Cadets' battle next Friday with Waynesboro. And hopefully, everyone concerned will be ready for the match which will probably decide the conference title. COUNTRY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT EVERY SUNDAY Sept. 10 - 1:30, 4 7:30 THE NO. 1 STAR "ERNEST TUBB" And The Popular TEXAS TROVBADOITRS Angeles (Osteen 15-14) Chicago (Gulp 8-11 or Holtz- Â·nan 8-0) at San Francisco (McCormick 19-7) Atlanta (Cloningei 4-6) at Philadelphia (L Jackson 10-13) N Army Permits Johnson To Play For Cards ST LOUIS, Mo ( A P ) -- The St. Louis football Cardinals said Friday the U.S. Army will permit linebacker Larry Stallings and quarterback Charley Johnson to play with the club t'.iis season The Cardinals reactivated Stallings. an armv engineer lieutenant, and said he would play in Saturday night's Detroit Lions ex'.ub tion same in St. Louis. Army officials at Ft. Sill, Okla , said earlier in the day Lt Charley Johnson would b? permitted to travel to St Louis Minnesota 7-3, Baltimore 2-5 Cleve'and 5, California 3 New York 5, Boston 2 California 4, Washington 0 Detroit 4, Chicago 1 GAMES TODAY California (McGlithlin 11-5) at Washington (Pascual 12-10) Detroit (Killer 4-1) at Chicago (Peters l?-9) Kansas Citv (Krausse 7-15) at Cleveland (McDowell 11-13) Minnesota iKaat 11-13) at Baltimore (Dillman 5-8 or Buzhardt 3-10) New York (Barber 9-15) at Boston (Steohenson 3-0) N OPEN 'TIL 10 P.M. TO^ITE FINE STEAKS SEAFOOD It's a pleasure to dine out on Sunday Bl'FFET DINNER From 12 Noon 'Til 7 P.M. OR ORDER FROM OUR MENU RESTAURANT 500 W. Patrick St OCO 010 030--4 10 0 OCO 000 000--0 2 1 California Washington Clark and Rodgers; Ortega, Baldwin (8) and Casanova. W-Clark, 11-10. L--Oretga, 9-8. Bonanza Star To Become Father HOLLYWOOD (AP) -- Ac.or Lome Greene, 52, says he and his wife, Nancy, are expecting a child in February. The star of the "Bonanza" television series made the announcement Thursday. Greene, who was divorced, married the former Nancy Ann Deale in December 1961. Stay At Tampa CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Cincinnati Reds announced Friday they will continue to do iheir spring training at Tampa, [la., through 1972. President Francis Dale and General Manager Bob Howsarn made the announcement at Tampa after considering a spring training offer from Tampa for many years. The Reds have trained in Tampa or many years. Many Attend Santangelo Reunion The family of the lata Josephine end Joseph Santangeb held their second family reunion recently at Breezy Grove A picnic lunch, games and swimming were enjoyed Present were Mr and Mrs for the Sept. 17 National Foot- Jack Santangelo, Michael San- LOOK SAM, JUST BECAUSE THIS GUY AT BAT OWNS A TOYOTA LIKE US, DOESN'T MEAN YOU HAVE TO BE NICE TO H/M. THINK ABOUT TOVOTA'S 90 HORSEPOWER AND THROW HIM A COUPLE -=,/Jt \ OF FAST BALLS. ^ _Â§) Sunday --2P.M. 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