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H Pittsburh d Chicago For Five Games By HANK LOWENKRON Journal-Standard Sports Editor CHICAGO — Pittsburgh, one of the hotter teams in the National League in recent days, pulled into the Windy City today for five games in three days against the Cubs. The two teams met today in a single game with doubleheaders on the agenda for Saturday and Sunday. The Pirates, who got off to a slow start, have won seven of their last eight games and 20 of their last 30 in climbing from last place to fourth. Key Series With the league-leading Cardinals battling San Francisco in a key series the Pirates have a good shot at climbing further and rookie manager Larry Sheppard asked Bob Veale to start the Wrigley Field series off successfully. Rich Nye was given the opening game assignment by manager Leo Durocher. Both Pittsburgh and Chicago split holiday doubleheaders Thursday. The Pirates extended a winning streak to seven straight with a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets and had the streak broken with a 4-3 loss in the second fray. Chicago also won its opener. Joe Niekro recorded his seventh win in 13 decisions as Phil Regan saved a 6-2 advantage. Rookie Jeff James scored his first major league victory, 7-4, in the second game. Williams Connects Billy Williams was the hitting hero for the Cubs. The outfielder ended an 0 for 15 slump with a homer and single in each game. The hits drove home five of the 10 runs scored by the Bruins. In the first game, Williams singled to ignite a three-run fourth frame that erased a 1-0 Philadelphia lead. Run-scoring singles by Randy Hundley and Jim Hickman accounted for two of the runs with a passed ball producing the third. Williams homered in the fifth and Dick Nen slammed a pinch-hit, two-run homer in the eighth. James had a no-hitter going until Williams unloaded a three-run blast in the sixth frame of the second game. Don Kessinger, who had been hit by a pitch, and Glen Beckert, who walked, scored ahead of Williams. Fast Is Loser Darcy Fast was the losing pitcher for Chicago. Three singles and a pair of walks had brought Fast to the mound in the fourth and the Phillies got to him in the seventh for four runs on a single, two doubles and a walk. Earlier Fast kept the Cubs in the game in relief of starter Bill Hands. Fast inherited a bases loaded, no out situation in the third frame, and halted the threat by fanning two and having Clay Dalrymple ground out. Cub Talk: The pitching situation at Chicago was aggravated a little more with the announcement that Bill Stoneman, recently acquired from the minors, was having elbow trouble and might not see action for awhile. Durocher Fining Players Durocher has announced a system of fines for players guilty of various actions. Missing signals, failing to advance a runner and lack of hustle can each bring $10 fines. Gene Oliver and Adolpho Phillips were each $10 poorer after the twinbill. Phillips thrilled the crowd in the eighth with a spectacular circus catch of a sinking liner by catcher Mike Ryan. Richie Allen had three hits for the Phils in the opener and drove home a run in the second game with a single. Roberto Pena had a double and two singles for manager Bob Skinner's team in the second game. He had two singles in the opener and went five for 10 in the twinbill. Veteran Ernie Banks sat out both games as Durocher decided a rest might be the answer to the hitting slump being experienced by Mr. Cub. THE CHICAGO CUBS relaxed between games of Thursday's / doubleheader with Philadelphia after taking the opener. Examining some pictures are, from left, Adolpho Phillips, Fergie Jenkins and Willie Smith. — Journal-Standard Photo. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Detroit 52 45 41 39 38 38 37 34 32 29 27 37 35 38 38 40 41 41 43 45 .658 .549 .539 .506 .500 .487 .474 .453 .427 .392 8% 12 16 18 20% Cleveland Baltimore Minnesota Boston ... Oakland . California New York Chicago . Wash'n. . Wednesday's Results New York 4, Washington. 1 Detroit 5, California 2 Baltimore 3-1, Chicago 1-0 Cleveland 1, Minnesota 0, 10 innings Boston 4, Oakland 3, 11 innings Thursday's Results Detroit 13, California 10 Washington 4, New York 2 Cleveland 6, Minnesota 3 Boston 7, Oakland 2 Baltimore 4, Chicago 3, 12 innings Today's Games Oakland (Hunter 6-5) at Detroit (Lolich 6-4) N California (Clark 1-8) at Cleveland (Siebert 8-5) N) Chicago (Priddy 0-3) at Wash ington (B. Howard 0-3) N Baltimore (McNally 8-7) at New 'York (Peterson 6-5) N Minnesota (Perry 6-4) at Boston (Ellsworth 6-5) N National League W. L. Pet. G.B. St. Louis ... 50 30 .625 — Atlanta 41 38 .519 8% San Fran. ... 42 39 .519 8% Cincinnati ..40 38 .513 9 Pittsburgh . 39 37 .513 9 Los Angeles 40 42 .488 11 Phila'phia ..36 38 .486 11 New York .. 37 41 .474 12 Chicago .... 35 44 .443 14% Houston .... 33 46 .418 16% Wednesday's Results Pittsburgh 8, New York 1 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Atlanta 2, San Francisco 0 Cincinnati 9, Houston 7 St. Louis 2, Los Angeles 1 Thursday's Results St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2 Cincinnati 7, Houston 4 Chicago 6-4, Philadelphia 2-7 Pittsburgh 3-3, New York 2-4 San Francisco 6, Atlanta 4 Today's Games Pittsburgh (Veale 6-7) at Chi cago (Nye 4-9) New York (Seaver 7-5) at Phil adelphia (Short 6-8) N St. Louis (Carlton 8-4) at San Francisco (McCormick 6-11) Houston (Cuellar 5-4) at At lanta (Reed 8-4) N Cincinnati (Maloney 8-4 or Cul ver 6-8) at Los Angeles (Drys dale 10-5) N Ask Your Grocer For ... BLUE RIBBON SAUSAGES Stephenson Locker Service Frteport—Una Patterson Has Another Shot At Title STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) — Floyd Patterson gets a chance in September to become a heavyweight boxing champion r the third time. The New Yorker signed Thursday to meet Jimmy Ellis of Louisville, Ky., Sept. 14 for he World Boxing Association version of the heavyweight title. The fight will be held in the 2,000-seat Raasunda soccer sta- lium with Ellis defending the WBA crown he won last April by lefeating Jerry Quarry in Los Angeles. That was the final of the WBA elimination tourney to determine a successor to Cassius Hay. Clay was stripped of title rec- ignition by the WBA and the Jew York Athletic Commission vhen he refused military induc- ion into the U.S. armed forces. San Francisco Trades Stickles SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The San Francisco 49ers of the Vational Football League have raded veteran right end Monty Stickles to New Orleans and may lose former star pass catcher Dave Parks to the same club. General Manager Jack White confirmed today that Stickles las been traded to the Saints, jut declined to say for whom. The Saints are to report that. Saint quarterback Bill Kilmer, a former 49er, said his club is dickering with Parks, who played out his option with the 49ers last season and is a ree agent. The 49ers still are negotiating with Parks, who has said he would sign for the best offer. Warren Downs Elizabeth WARREN - Don Williams homered and pitched a four-hitter at Elizabeth Wednesday as Warren scored an 8-5 victory in Blackhawk League baseball play. The homer by Williams was one of 14 hits collected by the winners. Williams also contributed a single to the triumph. Keith Menzemer, Denny Harris and Dick Thompson each had three hits for Warren. The victory gives Warren a 4-2 record in league play. Bob Feltmeyer was the losing pitcher. FIRST Philadelphia ab r h Rojas,2b 500 Gonzalez,cf Allen,If ^allison.rf Josephs,3b Ryan.c 5 1 2 500 503 4 0 1 302 3 1 1 0 0 GAME Chicago ab r h 400 . . 301 G.Jackson,p 201 Bedell,ph 1 0 0 Wagner.p 000 D' 100 Farrell.p 000 Beckert,2b Willlams.lf Santo,3b Hundley,c Hickman,rf Niekro.p Regan,p 0 1 4 1 2 320 3 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 402 300 1 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 372 11 Totals 32 8 9 Score by Innings: Philadelphia 000 100 100—2 Chicago 000 310 02x—6 E — Josephs, Hickman. DP — Philadelphia. LOB — Philadelphia 11, Chicago 5. 2B — Ryan. HRS — Williams (7), Nen (2). S — Niekro. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Football League )layers threatened openly for he first time today to strike un- ess they win demands for a jension plan. The strike could begin as ear- y as next week when a number of teams are scheduled to open raining camps. John Gordy, president of the ^JFL Players Association, said n a statement today that "as ong as the owners refuse to resolve the (pension) problem, we have no other choice but to take appropriate action." Asked if appropriate action SECOND Philadelphia Rojas,2b Gonzalez,cf Allen,3b Calllson.rf Brlggs.lf D'rymple.c James,p Boozer,p r h 512 523 3 1 0 421 301 402 4 1 1 4 0 1 400 000 GAME Chicago ab r 310 Beckert,2b 2 2 1 Wllliams.lf Santo,3b Ollver.c Spangler.rf Hands,p Fast.p Lamabe.p Ross.p 3 1 2 400 300 400 300 400 1 0 0 100 000 1 0 0 000 Totals 36711 Totals 294 3 Score by Innings: Philadelphia 000 300 400—7 Chicago 000 003 010—4 DP — Philadelphia 1. LOB — Philadelphia 8, Chicago 4. 2B — Pena, Briggs, Dalrymple, Beckert. HR — Williams (8). SB — Allen. SF — Callison. Williams Uncertain Who Will Start BOSTON (AP) - Manager Dick Williams of the Boston Red Sox is sure of only one thing when he leads the American League against the National League in the All-Star Game at Houston Tuesday night. Williams is certain he will lave seven pitchers. What pitching condition they'll be in only time will tell. "We'll be well represented at Houston," Williams said Thursday after being told of a statement by Denny McLain of the Detroit Tigers. McLain, the league's only 15- game winner, said Wednesday night that the Detroit pitching rotation calls for him to go Sunday. He said if he pitches then he will be unable to pitch in the All-Star Game.. "We'll make adjustments, I'm sure, but this is something I think should be handled by Mr Cronin's office," Williams said He referred to AL Presiden Joe Cronin, who was not avail able for comment. Williams said that as of th moment Luis Tiant of Cleveland will be the starting pitcher. H< added, "However, it all depend: on who pitches Sunday, the type of games pitchers are in and how long they go." looking tor a full or part-Hint job Ut the public know with a Journal Standard want ad. ATTENTION GOLFERS! Vitil Jo Davien County's moil beautiful and challenging 9 hole golf court*. Visitor* always welcome. No itorting delay. $1.50 Daily $3.00 Weekends, & Holidays Club house facilities available to daily fee golfers. Dining room open from 6 to 10 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Sandwiches available. Stockton Atwood Community Golf Course IVi Miles South of Stockton, Illinois Players Promise Strike Unless Demands Are Met Wagner Delivers Key Hit For Elks-Legion The Freeport Elks - Legion downed Monroe, Wis., 7-3 in a nonleague road test Wednesday jefore scoring an important 4-2 District 13 American Legion eague victory over Milledgeville at Krape Park Thursday night. Mike Wagner was the hitting star in Thursday's win. He singled to drive home Marty Meinders with Freeport's initial run and drove home two runs during a three-run fifth frame. Dave Engle fanned 10 Milledgeville hitters while holding he visitors to six hits. Gary Hartje was one of two Willedgeville players with two lits. The visitors took a 1-0 margin n the first inning and pulled ahead 2-1 before Freeport took command with three in the fifth. Wagner's second single of the game foiled the strategy of Milledgeville since it walked Jim aughlin intentionally to get at Wagner. John Schwartz doubled and singled for Freeport at Monroe. The two teams battled to a 3-3 draw after the regulation nine nnings and Freeport scored four runs in the seventh. Bob Fusco picked up the vic- iory in relief. He started the 10th inning rally by walking. Weinders singled and Schwartz followed a Wagner sacrifice bunt with a single. Mike Edler singled to drive home Schwartz with the game's final run. Box scores for both Legion games are on page nine of today's Journal-Standard. meant a strike, a spokesman for the players association replied: "Yes." Sources said that owner-representatives of the NFL football teams, who met last weekenc with Gordy, failed to meet player demands for contributions of $100,000 from each club for pension plan. It was understood that the owners did not oppose the idea of a pension plan, but the amount of money involved was in dispute. Gordy said that the Players Association has asked the owners for another meeting to discuss pensions. Scores of football players have said they received telegrams from Gordy ordering ;hem not to report to trainini camps until negotiations are :ompleted. Art Modell, NFL president, said earlier that the players hac rejected an offer by the owners on pension benefits. Agreement apparently has been reached on other demands The players had been seeking minimum salaries of $15,000 anc payments of $500 a game for preseason contests. "All of the players will be on strike if there is no settlement before next week," said Alex Karras, veteran Detroit Lions tackle and teammate of Gordy. San Francisco has the firsl camp opening—for rookies Sunday. Rookies are not members of the Players Association. Nineteen veteran members ol the 49ers, including Howarc Mudd, Bruce Bosley, Ken Willard and Joe Cerne, said they would not report at that tune. Veterans were scheduled to report the following week. Detroit opens its rookie camp July 9, with Detroit and Green Bay scheduled the following day. San Francisco owner Lou Spa- dia, however, said he did not think a strike would take place "I'm optimistic that it can be settled quickly," he said. Thurston Retires GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Fred "Fuzzy" Thurston, be lieved to have played on mor National Football League cham pionship teams than any othe man, Thursday announced hi retirement from the Green Ba; Packers. UP.. UP.. and Away! View The Countryside In An ... Airplane Ride! SPECIAL FAMILY RATES This Weekend . . . Friday, Saturday & Sunday Cessna • AIR-TAXI-RENTAl • FLIGHT INSTRUCTION RON DORNINK FLYING SERVICE-DORNINK AIRPORT 3V* Miles East of Cedarville-449-2442 'BOUND THE SPORTS' BEAT whti... HS»* Uwenkiwt Monroe Grad Runs In Europe Mark Winzeried of Monroe is in Europe today as a member of an AAU track squad making six stops for competition. The trip is another step in the University of Wisconsin freshman's bid for a berth on the United States Olympic team. Winzeried finished third in the finals of the 800-meter race at the recent Olympic trials in California. He led after 660 yards with a time of 1:18.6, but faded on the last turn. Wade Bell of Oregon and Prairie View, Tex., passed Mark and Bell won the race in 1:46.1. After his trip to Europe the former Wisconsin prep champion will participate in high altitude training and tests at South Lake Tahoe in California. He is one of 12 runners invited to compete for the right to represent the United States in the 800 at Mexico City in the Olympics. The list of 800 runners Winzeried will run against includes Jim Ryun and the two runners he lost to last week. Tickets All Sold If you're planning on writing for tickets to the annual Shrine charity football game between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears you might as well save your time and the six-cent stamp. Shrine officials said the Aug. 19 game at Milwaukee is a sellout. Fans of the two teams will have to satisfy themselves by viewing the game on television. Mickey Mantle will be honored Thursday when the New York Yankees play the Chicago White Sox at County Stadium in Milwaukee. The Brewers, who are sponsoring the Sox appearances in Milwaukee, decided to honor the veteran because it might be the last time he plays in Milwaukee. Mantle played in Milwaukee during the 1957 and 1958 World Series. He also played in the all-star game at Milwaukee and drove home three runs with a homer and single in six at bats. Campaign For Scott The Wisconsin State Journal has ignited a campaign to urge the Columbia Broadcasting System to reverse itself on an announced change of broadcasters for telecasts of the Green Bay Packers. Blenn Miller, the paper's sports editor, is suggesting fans who want Ray Scott to remain with the Packers write to CBS, at 51 West 52nd St., New York, N. Y., 10019. As things now stand the Packers will.lose Scott to the Chicago Bears telecasts. He is being replaced by Lindsey Nelson. Packer fans from this area are invited to participate by sending their opinions of the change to New York. A recent survey by a Washington firm shows that the Green Bay Packers. Glenn Miller, the paper's sports editor, is sug- its home city and Milwaukee in 1967. The club also helped bring an additional $1.52 million to Brown and Milwaukee counties. According to the Washington firm the Packer name appeared in print six billion times in major daily newspapers. Howard Pays Price Frank Howard is paying the price of success. Opposing teams have applied various versions of the old "Williams Shift" with three infielders between second and third. Since teams began using the shift Howard's batting average has dipped from .353. Opponents aren't satisfied with shifting the infielders against the current home run king. They're shifted the left fielder all the way to the foul line and the center fielder is shifted -toward left. Howard's manager, Jim Lemon, credits the shift with taking more than 25 hits away from Howard in June. Prior to Wednesday's game Howard, who has never hit .300 in the majors, owned a .289 batting average. He led the majors in homers with 25 and was one ahead of Boston outfielder Ken Harrelson in a battle for the runs-batted-in leadership with 58. Howard's homer pace fell sharply in June as he received more attention from opposing pitchers and received a growing number of intentional walks. He's now fallen behind Roger Maris and Babe Ruth. Maris hit number 26 in game 64 on June 20, while Ruth hit his 26th in game 73 on July 3. Prior to Wednesday's action Washington had played 71 games. Thought for today: In talking with major league players and managers the word I isn't used often. However, we is used frequently. American League Shows Hit Power By HAL BOCK Vssoclated Press Sports Writer The Great Hit Famine took a ack seat Thursday to an old ashioned Fourth of July fire- orks show of home runs in De- roit. Jim Northrup, Norm Cash nd Don Mlncher took turns hit- ing baseballs out of sight and rhen they were through, the Tiers had a 13-10 slugfest victory ver California. It was the fourth straight riumph for the Tigers and ninth the last 10 games, giving hem an 8% game lead over the est of the American League. Northrup Hits Two Northrup and Cash had two omers each for the Tigers and ilincher two for the Angels. Wil e Horton and Bill Freehan also onnected for Detroit and Jim 'regosi for California as the wo teams used up 11 pitchers. Elsewhere in the American League, Baltimore edged Chica;o 4-3 in 12 innings, Cleveland Iropped Minnesota 6-3, Boston lefeated Oakland 7-2 and Wash- ngton whipped New York 4-2. The Angels scored four fast uns in the second inning with Mincher tagging his first homer md it looked like it might be a good day for Bill Rigney's club. But the,Tigers bounced right iack with their biggest inning of he year, scoring nine runs in he bottom of the second with lorners by Cash, Freehan and Horton leading the attack. Northrup had a two-run triple and Dick McAuliffe a two-run double in the big inning. Cash and Northrup hit consecutive homers in the sixth and Northrup slammed a two-run shot in the eighth. The six homers tied a Detroit Major League •W' Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (175 at bats)—Harrelson, Bost., .314; Yastrzemski, Bost, .299. Runs—McAuliffe, Det., 45; White, N.Y., 43. Runs batted in—F. Howard, Wash., 58; Harrelson, Bost., 57. Hits—Uhlaender, Minn., 83; three tied at 81. Doubles—R. Smith, Bost., 23; B. Robinson, Bait., 19. Triples—Fregosi, Calif., 8; Stroud, Wash., 8. Home runs — F. Howard, Wash., 25; W. Horton, Det., 20. Stolen bases — Campaneris, Oak., 26; Cardenal, Cleve., 17. Pitching (6 decisions)—John, Chic., 7-0; McLain, Det., 15-2. Strikeouts — McDowell, Cleve., 154; Tiant, Cleve., 149. Runs batted in — McCovey S.F., 52; Perez, Cin., 51. Hits—Rose, Cin., 109; Flood St.L., 103. Doubles — Brock, St.L., 26 Rose, Cin., 22. Triples—Clemente, Pitt., 7 B. Williams, Chic., 6. Home runs—McCovey, S.F. 20; H. Aaron, Atl, 15; Hart S.F., 15. Stolen bases—Wills, Pitt., 25 W. Davis, L.A., 15. Pitching (6 decisions)—Aber nathy, Cin., 5-1; Kline, Pitt 5-1; Marichal, S.F., 15-3. Strikeouts — Marichal, S.F 123; Singer, L.A., 122; Jenkins Chic., 122. CONSERVATION PAYS National League Batting (175 at bats) - M. Alou, Pitt., .348; Rose, Cin., .334. Runs—Rose, Cin., 56; Flood, St.L., 48. NEED CA$H FOR A JRIP? "GOLFING'S GREAT IN LENA!" GUEST FEE RATES *2.50 $ 2.00 SAT., SUN., HOLIDAYS WEEKDAYS Electric Golf Carli Available To Rent-9 Holet $3 IB Holet $5.50 Dinners Served Friday and Saturday From 6:00 to 9:30 P.M. LENA GOLF CLUB Lena, III. Chuck AltoMgr. 369-5513 g. 8 ., July s, 1968 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Micro Downs Champs Freeport Micro Switch defeated New Trier Merchants, the defending state semi-pro base)all champion, 11-4 at Krape Park Wednesday. New Trier used two walks, a sacrifice and a single to take a 2-0 lead against Steve Randall. Randall survived the shaky start and received credit for the victory as Micro scored five limes in the fourth and added three in the sixth and seventh frames. Herbig Triples A triple by Terry Herbig was the big blow in the five-run fourth inning. Larry Eichmeier, Herbig and Ron Norman hit consecutive singles to spark the sixth inning uprising by Micro. In six innings Randall held New Trier to five hits before being relieved by Ken Schuring in the seventh. Randall fanned five and walked only one hitter after the first inning. Play Tonight The victory gives Micro a 11-2 record to take against New Mill Tap of Rockford in a 7:30 game at Krape tonight. The game is an Interstate League test. Sunday Micro travels to Beloit to play the Beloit Blues in a league game. Sunday night it meets Lena in a 7:30 p.m. road encounter. The box score for Wednesday's game is on page nine of today's Journal-Standard. club record and gave the team 93 homers for the year—26 o[ them against California. Brooks Robinson tagged a pair of homers for the Orioles Baltimore didn't beat the White Sox until the 12th when Fred Valentine led off with a triple and then strolled home following two intentional walks and one unintentional one. Chicago had tied the game with two out in the ninth and Pete Ward on first when Bill Voss was hit in the head by a pitch and Duane Josephson followed with a double. Voss suffered a fractured right cheekbone. Chicago Manager Eddie Stanky ordered Mark Belanger and Dave Johnson intentionally walked following Valentine's triple in the 12th. Then Don Buford drew the third walk that forced Valentine home. Ed Stroud slashed two doubles and two triples and scored twice, leading Washington past the Yankees. The four hits gave Stroud 11 hits in 21 at bats against the Yankees this season. Stroud's first double set up Washington's first run and his second two-bagger touched off a two-run Senator rally in the sixth. He tripled and scored on Cap Peterson's single in the eighth. Reliever Juan Pizarro drove in two runs and pitched one-hit ball for 6 2-3 innings, striking out seven, helping the Red Sox whip Oakland. Pizarro took over in the third for Jose Santiago, whose sore elbow forced him to retire. Santiago has been replaced on the All-Star team by Boston teammate Gary Bell. Al Worthington's wild pitch allowed Cleveland's tie-breaking run to score and then Joe Azcue doubled two more runs across as the Indians dropped the Twins. Dean Chance was leading 3-2 going into the eighth but singles by Vern Fuller, Lee Maye and Russ Snyder tied the score. A wild pitch by reliever Ron Perranoski and an intentional walk to Lou Johnson set the stage for Worthington's wild pitch and Azcue's hit. Plautz Shines For Polo Legion Baseball Squad POLO — Dave Plautz pitched a one-hitter and fanned 15 Thursday as Polo downed Amboy 7-1 in District 13 American Legion league baseball action. Plautz walked only two hitters in facing 31 batters. The victory allowed his team to even its league record, 3-3. Earlier this week Polo and Dixon played to a 7-7 tie for seven innings with the game halted by darkness. It will be resumed Tuesday. In other league games Thursday Savanna used a squeeze bunt to edge Dixon 2-1 and Rock Falls defeated Mount Morris 5-3. OPEN DAILY ft A.M. To J 30 P.M. Closed Monday Free Coffee DAYNE'S BARBER SHOP Corner Chicago & Galtna Unlimited FREE PARKING Bowl Four Seasons again offer SPECIAL RATES on all Open Bowling in cooperation with the President's Council on Physical Fitness. 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