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MONDAY, JULY 28, 1969 Comic Dictionary SOCIALITE —The society woman who wants to enlarge her sphere hut not her circumfei'ence. (Copyriflht, 1969, by Evan Es»r) DODGERS BEAT JENKINS AGAIN, 6-2 Bliss Wins Sani by a Stroke &. ' ^^^ REGISTER PHOTO BY CARL VOSS BLISSFUL PUTT-Using a little body English, Rod Bliss III of Des Moines coaxes in putt Sunday en route to victory in Herman Sani Open golf tournament at Hyperion. American Association Oaks Edged, 4-3 Nicholson's 400-Foot Blast Lets Omaha Gain Split in Series By Bill Bryson (Staff Writer) OMAHA, NEB, — Dave Nicholson's 400-foot home run into a stiff breeze was the main reason the Royals got more nourishment from five hits than the Iowa Oaks did from a dozen singles Sunday night. Nicholson boomed his homer to left center after Luis Alcaraz doubled one run across in the third inning to snap a 1-1 tie. That was all Omaha needed to square the four-game series with a 4-3 victory. Bob Meyer, with one-out relief help from Bob Duliba, rebuffed the Royals on one single the rest of the way. The Oaks chipped away at Jerry Cram for one run on a walk and two singles in the seventh, then fell one short^of a tie with three singles in the eighth. They lost one prospective run-maker in the eighth when Joe Solimine was gunned down at second base after his liner to right advanced the singling Wayne Norton to third. Velazquez Hurt Joe tried for second when right fielder George Spriggs fired to third, too late to nip Norton. Steve Boros 1 quick throw nailed Solimine. Tim Talton, in action because Fred Velazquez had suffered a dislocated right wrist, scored Norton with a single, but Ernie Fazio's grounder ended the threat. Cram blazed two of his 12 strikeouts to help keep the Oaks at bay in the ninth. Jim Driscoll then singled, but Ossie Chavarria grounded out. Velazquez was a casualty of an odd accident that also injured a young girl in a box seat. Fred, whose single helped the Oaks score in the second, twisted his wrist on a swing for strike one in the fourth. The bat flew from his hands. Fortunately, it hit the railing in front of the box seats and was slowed down before it struck the girl a glancing blow on the forehead. Gets Ice Pake Velazquez rushed over to check the girl's condition, before having his wrist treated. She was only slightly injured. After first aid, she returned to her seat with an ice pack on her head. Fred's dislocation was in the area where he had a fracture last summer. He returned to Des Moines for X-rays this OAKS- Please turn to Page Two L. Pet. 37 .644 .584 G.B. Standings w. Omaha 67 Tulsa 59 42 .584 6>/2 Indianapolis 55 46 .545 10>/z Iowa 44 56 .440 21 Okla. City 42 56 .429 22 Denver 33 63 .344 30 Sunday's Games Omaha 4, Iowa 3 (N) Indianapolis 10, Tulsa 5 Oklahoma City 5-4, Denver 4-11 Tonight's Games Iowa at Indianapolis Omaha at Oklahoma City Denver at Tulsa Roger Browns Hand Fractured FULLERTON, CALIF. (AP) -Defensive tackle Roger Brown, whose 6-foot 5-inch 285- pound'frame is one-fourth of the Los Angeles Rams famous "Fearsome Foursome," had his right hand placed in a cast Sunday after X-rays revealed a fracture. He hurt it Saturday during the Rams' final scrimmage before their preseason opener against Dallas Aug. 8 at the Coliseum. Brown will resume training in five days. He will be. kept out of contact for two weeks. Oak Leafs Season Ticket Sales at 475 The Blue Line Club has reached the 475-mark in season ticket sales for the Des Moines Oak Leafs' 1969-70 season. The club has set a sales goal of 1,000 season tickets for the season, which opens Oct. 18. NO VICTOR LOURENCO MARQUES, MOZAMBIQUE (AP) - The Racing Club of Buenos Aires and Sporting of Portugal tied, 0-0, Sunday in soccer. 1-HOUR LOOP CLEANER "BE IN STYLE" OLD TROUSERS T AND MAIL ORDERS WELCO 41* 4N»-4cr«M MAKES FIUL 76 STAND UP Pro Ramsey Next On 72-70 Final Leaders Rod Bliss III, D.M. .70-68-7^-214 •L. Ramsey, Altoona 73-72-70—215 J. Carney, Centerville 70-73-73-^216 Sarg Fontaninl, D.M. 75-72-69—216 •Geo. Kinley, D.M. .70-73-74—217 Bill Heldmar, D.M. .69-72-77—218 f. DIPaglia, D.M. ..71-74-73—219 •Professional. By Chuck Burdick Rod Bliss III withstood the closing charges of Altoona professional Larry Ramsey and veteran Des Moines amateur Sarg Fontanini Sunday to win the Herman Sani Open golf tournament with a two-under- par 214. Bliss, 26, a Des Moines bonding company employe, built a two-strike lead with a four-under-par 68 on the morning round, then held on despite a closing 76 as most of the early contenders faded. It wasn't until the final nine that Ramsey, 30, and Fontanini, 53, made their bids. Ramsey shot rounds of 72 and 70 Sunday. Big Rush Ramsey was three over par for the tourney after blowing a seven-inch putt on the seventh green, then really got his game going. He blasted his second shot on the 496-yard, par-5 eleventh within four feet of the pin, then dropped his putt. He added birdie putts of 20 and 10 feet at Nos. 13 and 15 to close with a 32 and a 54- hole total of 215, a shot behind Bliss. It was the third time Ramsey won the low pro award in the tourney. His best previous finish here was in 1965 when he lost in a playoff to amateur Floren DiPaglia. The victory netted Ramsey $200. Fontanini, who barely qualified for the championship flight with a 75 Friday, was perhaps the steadiest player Sunday. After an opening 72, he came back with a 69—starting his surge at No. 14. Bad Time He hit his tee shot within four inches of the hole there, added another birdie with a two-footer on the fifteenth, then rolled in a 40-footer for another birdie at the seventeenth. Bliss, competing in his first tournament in six week, had a few shaky minutes on the final hole, when his second shot strayed far to the right and landed in a divot. "I probably should have played it safe, but I said 'what the heck' and went to the pin," said the former Southern Methodist University golfer who believes the SANI- Please turn to Page Three The Scoreboard National League Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. .614 Chicago 62 39 New York 55 41 .573 St. Louis ......52 49 .515 Pittsburgh 50 49 .505 Philadelphia ....40 58 .408 Montreal 33 67 ,330 WESTERN* 1 DIVISION Atlanta Los Angeles W. L. .58 44 Pet. .569 ..55 43 .561 G.B. 10 11 20 28>/z G.B. i 2 3V» 6Vj 24 Bad Birthday For Durocher CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) Manager Leo Durocher of Chicago Cubs celebrated the his at sixty-third birthday Sunday home with a stomach ache. Durocher left in the third inn i n g of Saturday's game against Los Angeles after complaining of an upset stomach. The Cubs, under the direction of Coach Pete Reiser, lost to the Dodgers, Sunday, 5-2. San Francisco ..55 45 .550 Cincinnati 50 43 .538 Houston 51 49 .510 San Diego 34 68 .333 Sunday's Games Los Angeles 6, Chicago 2 Cincinnati 6, New York 3 Pittsburgh 4, San Diego 1 Atlanta 8, Montreal 2 St. Louis 8, San Francisco 2 Houston 3, Philadelphia 2 Today's Pitchers N—San Diego (Kelley 4-5) at St. Louis (Taylor 2-0) San Francisco (Herbel 4-1) at Chicago (Hands 11-8) Only games scheduled. American League Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore 69 31 .690 .... Detroit 55 42 .567 12V Z Boston 56 44 .560 13 Washington ....52 53 .495 19Vz New York 48 HE'S SHELLED OUT IN FIFTH AS CUBS BOW Drysdale Returns, Lasts 5 Frames CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Hookies Bill Sudakis and Tom Mutton had key hits Sunday as Los Angeles knocked out Ferguson Jenkins in the fifth inning and rolled to victory the Cubs. Jenkins (139) lost his second game in three days to t h e Dodgers. a 6-2 over 54 Cleveland 40 61 .471 22 .396 29Vi WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota 61 39 .610 .... Oakland 56 40 .583 3 Seattle 42 57 .424 IBVi Kansas City ....42 58 .420 19 Chicago 40 60 .400 20 California 38 60 .388 22 Sunday's Games Oakland 7, Washington 2 California 5, New York 4 Baltimore 17, Chicago 0 Kansas City 7, Detroit 2 Minnesota 8, Cleveland 7 Boston 5, Seattle 3 (20 innings) Today's Pitchers No games scheduled. CARLOS MAY'S BAT HITS UMP BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) Outfielder Carlos May of the Chicago White Sox was ejected from Sunday's game against Baltimore after tossing a bat which struck umpire Russ Goetz. May flipped the bat from about 20 feet away, after disputing a called third strike. It hit Goetz lightly on the legs after bouncing off the ground. Goetz then motioned May out of the game. After taking several more steps toward the dugout, May turned and threw his batting helmet at the umpire. DON DKYSDALE He had to leave in the third inning of Friday's game after being hit on the pitching thumb ; by a line drive. The Dodgers shelled the big right-hander for 10 hits, including Sudakis' sixth homer, which broke a 1-1 tie in the fourth. Dodger starter Don Drysdale, struggling with a sore shoulder, boosted his record to 5-3. He gave up Ron Santo's twenty-first homer in the third inning and gave way to reliever Pete Mikkelsen after Billy Williams led off the sixth with his eleventh homer. The Dodgers took a 1-0 lead in the third on a double by Willie Davis and Tom Haller's single. Sudakis opened the fourth with his homer and singles by Hutton, Ted Sizemore and Willie Crawford made it 3-1. Singles by Len Gabrielson, Su- dakis and Hutton led to two more runs in the fifth. The Dodgers added another in the ninth on a triple by Gabrielson and Sudakis' sacrifice fly. LOS ANGELES t CHICAGO .. ',*"•* .w Homeward Bound lerry Lane of Omaha Wcstgatc flies over Columbus catcher Don Dctcrman to score one of Wcstgate's 13 runs at Omaha Saturday in finals of Nebraska Little League baseball tournament. Westgatc won championship, 13-3. Determan has ball but can't tag soaring Lane. WIREPHOTO ( AP> Wills ss Crawford If WOavIs cf Gabrielsn rf Miller c Sudakis 3b Hutton Ib Sizemore 2b Drysdale p Mikkelsn o abrhbl eb 5010 Keuinger » 5 5001 BKKtrt 2b ' 4120 BWIIIams If into 3b .Smith )b lundlev c pangler if ualis cf legart p Oil 1 . rhbi 5000 40 i 4 ?? O 1000 NOllyer oh Jenkins p Abernthv o Heath ph Agulrre o Pooovich cf , - . o 4121 4121 4010 3000 4000 3000 0000 0000 1 0 1 2010 , Total 37 6 13 6. .Total . 34 2 I 2 Los Angilei .. 001 1 2 t « $1 — i Chicago 0*1 0*1 Iff—1 leckert, Crawfor Chicago 1. DP-LM Drysdale (W.5-3) ..5 5 Mikkelsen 4 3 Jenkins (L,13-9) ... 41-310 Alternator 2-30 . Agulrre 2 2 0 Regan 2 f 1 1 0 I Save—Mikkelsen. HBP—by Mlkkeljen (Hundley), by MlkkelMn (N.Ollv.r). t- 2;2». A—30,291. Deal lowan Sehultz to Washington SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (APi- Top-Seed Wilkinson Rolls o By Ron Maly (Register Staff Writer) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. — It is obvious that age is doing noth- Randy Sehultz, former Univer- ing lo du |[ steve Wilkinson's tennis abiltiy. In fact, if anything, sity of Northern Iowa running the 28-year-old veteran might be playing better than ever. back was ,.„,,.,. , , cou , dn . t do ' traded Sunday ' anything wilh him," said un- tr cubic, he explained. T by New Orleans, scodcd Bm Rompf of DCS i wasn't happy that I lost my to the Washing- Moines Sunday after losing to! serve twice in the second set. ton Redskins for an undisclosed draft choice. Sehultz, from Alden, la., is a three-year Wilkinson, 6-2, 8-6, in the men's That cou | d havc becn costly singles showdown at the Iowa: The 6 . foot 3 . inch| i 95 .pounder i also said he was fearful he a i might pull a muscle in his back Red Sox Win in 20th, 5-3; IS Pitchers in 6-Hour Test SEATTLE, WASH. (AP) — Joe Lahoud's two run homer in the twentieth inning snapped a 2-2 deadlock and Boston downed the Pilots, 5-3, Sunday in the longest game in the majors this season. Jim Lonborg, the Red Sox's eighth pitcher in the 5-hour, 52- minute struggle, opened the twentieth with a single off Bob Locker, the sixth of seven Seattle hurlers. Rico Fetrocelli bunted into a force at second, but Lahoud followed with his seventh homer. ' George Scott's single, a wild pitch by Gary Roggenburk and a single by Russ Gibson produced another Boston run. Tommy Harper homered in the Pilots' twentieth and they had the tying run at the plate BILLY'S GOOD POODS 12th t Grand Thick Choice S«ndw!ch M «nd »7e He»e lunches. Strawberry Short- ceke with reel whipped c/e«m. Cell-in order* eccepted 211-4941. Final Clearance LANCASTER TWO-TROUSER SUITS REG. 105.00 NOW 88.00 BOTANY 500 SUITS REG. 99.50 NOW 84.58 712 LOCUST ST. when Lonborg retired Steve Hovley for the last out. The Red Sox took a M lead In the nineteenth when Syd O'Brien beat out an Infield hit and scored from firit on Carl Yastrzemski'i two-out bloop double. But a walk, Greg Goossen's sacrifice and Jim Pagliaroni's two-out single pulled the Pilots even in their half. The Pilots, blanked on two REDSOX- Please turn to Page Two MUFFLERS INSTALLED FREE AND GUARANTEED HOST MODELS 1154—'«4 Ceafj • ui • cjl. »5*-'M Ford « ud I cyl. ll$4-'St PlTemth « eyl. Be Prepared for Safe Summer Driving. Get a National Muffler Now! Price* Start aa Low aa II 95 I Others priced accordingly 15-MINUTI SERVICE PHONE CH 4-4187 e ra n n vet\v no played his •ANDY SCHULTZ rookie year with Cleveland. He has not reported to Saints' training camp because of National Guard duty, but was expected in the Redskins' camp Sunday night. In two seasons with New Orleans, he gained 269 yards rushing and scored two touchdowns in 75 carries. TITLE BOUT NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Australia's Johnny Famechon will defend his share of the world featherweight boxing title today in Sydney, Australia, against Fighting Harada of Japan, former flyweight and bantam king. Open tournament. The victory extended couple of streaks for Wilkinson, who is working toward his doctor of philosophy degree in oriental studies at the University of Iowa. Five-for-Five Steve now has won singles titles in all five Iowa tournaments he has entered this summer. Ironically, one championship he lost was to Rompf's younger brother, Jon, in the Nebraska Open at Omaha. The appearance here was Wilkinson's first in the Iowa Open since 1962, but the outcome was the same. He won the title then, too. Steve, who was seeded No. 1, finished the tournament without losing a set in any of his five matches. His closest call came in Sunday's finale. "The wind was giving me in a match which was played under varying weather conditions. "A back injury sent me to TENNIS Please turn to Page Three Silent, Desk Top Electronic Calculator Check these features: We're, proud to offtr thU quality Electronic Celculator et • price to fit your budget. And we'll be proud to demonitrete i*« use at our ttoro or in your office. 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