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ll1TSKIIttr.lt lltST-CAZmHi SATIIIIIHY, AI I.IISI' 2, IKA II. Greene Steele r By Hi meet his terms "I'd rather play for $10 a duck uuwu iiny wnnor on the rnoiipy I'm IheStecler'sNo. 1 draft choice this year. "I think they've used me," said Greene in a telephone interview at his Denton ( Tex.) home. "They should either pay me or trade me." How much money docs the 6-l'oot-4, 274-pound defensive specialist want? "I'd prefer to keep that private," he said, "but Ml tell you this. I've ulreaily cut my price in half. But they (the Steelers) are not giving me a chance to get a decent salary." ; The Steelers offer is a mystery, too, but fircone said at one point Pittsburgh added $30,000 to its package. But with it, lie said, they tacked on another year to the contract. Greene said he has not talked to Stecler Owner Dan Hooney since March, but is letting Bucky Woy handle the money talks. And that, said Greene, is another hinderance. "The pro teams try to give you a hard time if you have an arnt. A guv shouH have a choice , . . It's just like having a lawyer," he said. Greene also hinted he thinks the Steelers deliberately delayed contract talks so he couldn't play in last night's All-Star game at Chicago. "I really wanted to play," he said, "but if I got hurt with no contract, then they'd never sign me. "I think they thought about the All-Star game when they refused my last offer," he added. But Terry Hanralty and Jon Den McLain Takes 16lli, Toji i)s Chisox DETROIT, Aug. 1 (AP) -Denny McLain, just out of the hospital, scattered six hits in becoming the major leagues' first 16-gamc winner as the Detroit Tigers whipped the Chicago Wihte Sox, 8-0, tonight. McLain (16-6) was hospitalized Wednesday with bronchitis but was released Thursday. He did not allow an extra base hit as he chalked up his 15th complete game and seventh shutout of the season. Tom Matchick drove in four runs with a double and single, pacing the Tigers' 10-hit attack. CHICAGO DETROIT tl Stnnlev.cf Tresh.ss Trcwski.ss Kaline.rt I.Brown.rf Cosh, lb Hrrton.lf Price.c Michck,2b Wert, 3b McLam, n oo r n di McCraw.lt Aoaricio.ss Held.JD Hopkins, lb C.Mnv.rt MtltorUb Brarllrrt.cf Hrrmann,c HarwrUb Edmndsn,p Carlos, o Bella Warrt.oh Nvrnan.o ob r B 01 4 0 10 4 1 2 4 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 5 1 0 0 4 1 4 2 7 1 4 0 4 0 i 0 ' ! 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 T-tots 32 0 5 0 Totals 33 1 10 I Ctncaae MO 000 Detroit 0I0 00 E EltmonHwn. t5P-Detroit I. 010-0 01K-I LOB- Chiroqo 7, Detroit 0 , , . ?B - Mnlrhick. SB - Aparlcio. 5 - Mc- CH.C0piTCH.NOeRH0 !aXr??..(.L.'..';!,r 2 2 2 1 0 Bell IV, 0 O O 1 O Nvman 2 3 ' ' ' 1 DETROIT PITCHINO , Mrtnln IW, 16-61. 5 O 0 J 5 WP-Edmondson 2. T-2 25- A-27,651. Tvno Tourney Opens Sunday The Pittsburgh Typographical Union baseball team heads for Washington, D. C, and the annual Typo tournament which "pens tomorrow and continues through Saturday. The Typos won their first three games last year. Pitchers tins year include Mickey Ilawe, North Pittsburgh: Kenny Say-bel, Lawrcnccville, and Hal Holland. Sundlot Results BASEBALL . GR POH FEDERATION LEAGUE lOwronri-vllle n , Nor'hsirie Mets 0 ,, ALLEGHENY V. SR. TOURNEY Stanton Hots, 6 Kerr 2 t, AMERICAN LEGION PLAYOFFS f lliabeth I Bethel Park 5 . , , CARRICK LL TOURNEY Carrlrk 6 . 5. Whitehall A 2 e. CARRICK SR. LITTLE LEAGUE Flrnles 5 Orioles 4 , , C I T PONY TOURNEY B'ltifl Ch'ir", s I'rrry AA I CITY COLT LEAGUE P"ry Aloms 12 .........Lrallon HglJ 2 . CITY-COUNTY LEAGUE Mary s C I T 4 a,, f AST BOROS PONY LEAGUE Swl-Wl-" "LT LEAGUE "'k.n hm i Bh'ieVV'w "lln lv'rn Heds 7 ..MAYOR S U TOURNEY Km Ward 6 Nmlh Want Pals 4 Bav "ITS MITES TOURNEY 5AK i Soulh Baldwin Bereknley Hit 4 ...,penn Heasl East Wn Hills W. II N. Whllehall 4 f.""" Hills N. 11 ...Avoton Belle. Nnls 3 Stolr 7 Sorlngvlew 3 kt, NAVRO LITTLt LEAGUE m Wash. Nols J Moon Natl 1 Twl HllMT;".!solth,.d. V.1.7 Banian 4 P'ovn ij SOFTBALL . , , , MerrhnnJs 2 P'nvn ii ,...!!!!!!"!""'n',viii hi V"' rnil Mi Kes Rucks S "nlilh up f thrlsl Fpisc. 3 t mien t Sherudrii 5 r ink wy, J Bienlwiinrt I Ur.nmlnlfi 4 Allen Plasties hfS,Mri 16 NS VIMnus 12 Jj'iliuw t Miyui V Uljliinvt 6 I ltr Hemvb 5 Hlhrnu 12 Hmillrv's I K""""oiltle II Mnlders 10 T"''l'i"in 4 . . Jelsel 0 r' r.nr.lrn 10 , e y wufd i ,,. . . . Overtirnnl' 3 , Pull. Iluitl"rs Unwprs vfroUfci ,,,,!!"!"!!..,... Colnnlnls Ol ll,,,,! q AAallnn ftflllk i . 'O w.lvkli""r!amm 14 Comm. Pmil ll r.n f enn un 7 11 .... jsvbl, "nwton 10 Blasts Offer Associated prim game n the minor leaoues than asking," said Greene, JOE GREENE "Pay or trade me." Kolb, two other Stcelcr choices, are playing in the game. Greene said Woy has suggested two posibilities if the talks break down completely. "He's thinking of a barnstorming team for people like me who haven't signca, Or he might get me on a team in the Co lincnl.-il League," he said. Meanwhile, Greene says he is working out alone oil Ihe North Texas State campus not far from his home in Denton, "I'm already in pretty good shape and ready to play, but I'm just trying to keep that way." Where he will play, at this point, is another question. "I was really looking forward to playing for the Steelers," he said. "But I don't know. It's become personal now, you see." "That pitch you threw me sure had a lot of stuff on it. Notice how it curved going into the bleachers?" ASA Play Ends On Sunday A dozen games will be on tap in the windup of the Pittsburgh ASA slopitch tournament at Etna High Field tomorrow. The opener will start at 10:30 in the morning, with the final championship game at 9 p. m. ending the activities. Tomorrow's schedule: 10:30 o. m.-Perolles vs. Georges Place; 1I:30-BYMC vs. Allen T & G; 13. 50 o. m.-M & M vs. Heritage Church (continuation ot rain rut); 1-W I0 30 Borne vs. W12:30 gome; 2 Bavarian Club vs. B O. I.; .(-ferry A. A. vs. W-ll:30 game; 4 -Morningslde vs. E. Bro khne; 5-Loser, B.G.I. -Bavarian game vs. Loser, Pcralles.George aanie; 6-Loser, E. B r o o k I i n e Mornlngside game vs. Loser, 3 p. m. gome; 7-Semifinal losers bracket; l-Seml-flnal winners bracket; 9-Real Express vs. Computer Center. Dave Solomon Third in Israel TEL AVIV, Aug. 1 - American swimmers captured four gold medals in the fourth round of the Maccabiah Tournament swimming competition here today, including a victory by Nancy Spitz, 15-ycar-old sister of U. S. Star Mark Spitz who owns three world records. Nancy took top honors in the 400-mder freestyle. David Solomon of Pittsburgh, who had a second in yesterday's competition, today was third in the men's 200 meter butterfly behind Paul Katz of Yale and Abraham Mclamad of Israel. OldliiiMTs Game The eighth annual Oldtimers fastpitch Softball game will be held at Jimmy Long Field, Hcnzic Park in McKccsport. tommorow at 2:15 p.m. I V, 'p , GXE3 Scott Starts Drive lor PRA Lead Competition for points in the Pittsburgh Racing Associations Laic Model and Claiming Divisions resumes at 8:30 tonight at Heidelberg Raceway, and It may be a wide open affair for the next couple of weeks. Both Harold Smith of Day-Ion, O., the defending PRA champion and current point leader, and Tom Colcila of Whitehall, who hnd born in second place most of the season, have a lot ol icpair work lo do on their cars. Both were wrecked last week. Just when they can get back into the .point race Is a question. y eniDle x Bert Green Shools 69, Takes Lead Tom Holt Dropn To Tir for 2nd At WcHtclichtcr HARRISON, N. Y., Aug. 1 'AP) - Placid, young Bert Green, gunning for the biggest prize in his life, calmly fashioned a three-under-par fi9 today and slipped into the second round lead in the $250.- 000 Westchester Golf Classic with a 36-hole total of 136. Greene, a slim, drawling blond who keeps his emotions under tight rein, was eight under par for two trips over the rolling 6,677-yard par 72 Westchester Country Club course and held a one-stroke lead in his quest for his first victory, which, in this case, carries a $50,000 purse. Tied at 137 was a quartet headed by Tommy Bolt, the 51-year-old National Seniors champion who held the first round lead. Sharing the position are Don Bies and veterans Tommy Aaron and Paul Harney. 1 Bolt, who collected the last ' 'of his 15 tour titles in 1061, slipped from an opening 66 to 71. ' 1 Gay Brewer, who is fighting his way out of a slump that has plagued him since he won the Masters in 1967, charged into contention with a brilliant, seven-undcr-par 65 for 138. He was tied at that figure with Dan Sikes, who had a 67. Bert Yancey, with 68, Australian Bruce Devlin, 72, and Tom Weiskopf, 70 were in the group at 139. - Struggling Arnold Palmer, a non-winner for more than a year, had a 74 for 145. Defending champion Julius Boros took a 73 for 145. Gary Player went to a 74 for 144. U.S. Open Champion Orville Moody had a 75 for 147 and failed to make the cut. Jack Nicklaus had a 73 for 144, even par. Harry T o s c a n o, of New Castle, Pa., shot a second 74 for 148 and missed the cut. Pin Classic Continues At least three more weekends, starting with today, remain in the Kokomo Kid Ten-pin Classic, a doubles and singles event, at Forward Lanes, Squirrel Hill. Ray Mazzei and John Aren-dash are pacing the men's scratch doubles with 1,298 for three games. Bill Baird and Jim Haines are leading the men's handicap doubles with 1,303. In men's singles the scratch leader is John Nickell with 899 for four games. Lou DiCarlo's 915 paces the handicap doubles. Women's scratch singles leader is Ginny Crane with 776 and the handicap topper is Jonctta Williams with 883. USSA Tourney AlN. Kensington The district USSA slopitch softball tournament will continue today with a six-game card at Sokol Field, New Kensington, today, starting at 6 p. m. The first week-end of the tournament will wind up tomorrow at the same field. Today's schedule: 6 0. m.-Hub's vs. 6th Ward; 7-Dees K Lanrio vs. St. Philomenia; -Krcools vs. blamms; 9-Krlvan vs. Warren; iu-West Cheswlck. Dapper Dan Club's Su m mvr lias hvtbal I CITY PARKS-RECREATION SENIOR LEAGUE Bloomlield t8 West Penn S5 All Dwellmps 14 Sprlno Hill 70 Fori Pllt 74 Gorlonri All Manchester IS Fowler 71 Phillips M Lenlpn 45 Herschel 49 Townscnd 42 JUNIOR LEAGUE Brrtlnid 40 Kennnrd .15 Wabash 50 Chorllers 40 hl.i i ilinil 49 Wesi Knn j' All Dwellings 64 Sprlna Hill 54 Moore V) Ormsbv 3D Jellerson SI North View 46 I rniier 6? Davis 57 Garland 45 Fort Pill 28 I i-wis 93 Glen Hniel 7a Mnnchesler 73 Fowler 69 Phillips 58 Lenlvn 28 Herschel 37 Townsenrt 28 Osrrnla 59 Mornlngsldt 50 Sholer 39 McKlnley Unoer 25 In the Clalmimg Division, Don Klingcnsmith, the lepder, also is out of business. He also smashed up his car at Heidelberg last week. (Points go to the car, not the driver, under PRA rules.) Herb Scott of Wexford, 10 times winner of the PRA title, moved Into second place last week when he won the feature at Heidelberg. He now Is HI points buck of Smith, 31 ahead of Colcila. Twin feature races in three divisions of competition arc scheduled for tomorrow after, noon at Goiter Pittsburgh ins Slecler fup will tee ihix t ivw first front four of ( frond.) Ilvn Mr.(ive,Chuck llinlon, Ken Kortm, Lloyd Vohm. Noll Meets Deadline, Cuts Six Rookie Puis Handcuffs On Tribe, 6-0 KANSAS CITY, Aug. 1 (AP) Rookie Dick Drago hurled his first major league shutout tonight as the Kansas City Royals pulled out of a three-grme losing slrcak with a 6-0 triumph over Cleveland. Dra.,0, a 24-year-old righthander who had not won a game since July 4, checked the Indians on five hits and moved his record to 5-9. The Royals jolted righthander Gary Boyd, who was making his major league debut, knocking him out in the second inning an dtaking a 4-0 lead. A walk to Joe Keough, Ed Kirkpatrick's double and Lou Piniella's sacrifice fly scored the first Kansas City run. In the second Joe Foy walked, went to second on a balk by Boyd, to third on Jerry Adair's infield out and scored on Jack Hernandez' infield hit. Kirkpatrick singled home two more runs off reliever Mike Paul. CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY ob r h bl ob r h hi coroenoi.ct 4 0 0 0 Keouoh.ct 3 2 1 Nelson, yrj 4 o I u scnaauo Baker, II 4 0 0 0 Klrkptrk.rt THorton.lb 4 0 10 Plnlella.ll Hnrelson.rl 4 0 0 O Martincz.c Klmchck,3b 3 Lcon.ss J Bovd.D 0 Pnul.o 0 LBrown.ph 1 Law.D 0 Snvder.ph I Burchort.o 0 Schnblm.oh I Plzarro.p 0 5imS,C 7 0 O 0 r-OV,10 Adalr.Jb Hrnandz.ss Drago, p Totals JUAOotnls 29 6 I 6 Cleveland 000 000 000-0 Kansas City 130 100 10x- E-Klimchock. DP -Cleveland 1, Kansas City 2. LOB-Clevelnnd 5, Kansas Cuv o. 7B- Kirkpatrick, School. S-Draoo. SF-Plnlella. IP H R ER BB SO Bovd (Li 0-1) FJ 2 4 4 4 1 Paul 'a I 0 0 0 0 l aw 2 2 1110 Burchart 3 2 1 0 2 1 Pi;arro 1 1 0 0 0 0 Drnno (W, 5-91 ... 5 0 0 1 4 WP-Bovd. BALK-Bovd. PB-Marlinez. T-2: 19. A-9.M8. Twins Nip Baltimore MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, Aug. 1, (AP) Leo Cardenas tripled in the 10th inning and then scored on Rod Carew's infield single, giving the Minnesota Twins a 4-3 victory over Baltimore in a battle of the American League's divisional leaders tonight. After Cardenas' one-out triple, the Orioles walked the next two batters intentionally, loading the bases. Then Pete Richert replaced Dave Leon-hard on the mound for Baltimore. Carew tapped a swinging bunt towards the mound but Richert overran the ball trying to field it, and Cardenas raced home. 14 th Ward Victor The 14th Ward Phils advanced in the Mayor's Little League championships by beating the Ninth Ward Pals, 6 4, last night. The Warders' Pitcher Hans smacked a two-run homer. Sports on the Air SATURDAY -TELE VISION 1:30 p. m. -Channel 4: Bowllno. 2:15 p. m. -Channels 6-7-11 (Baseball) Baltimore al Minnesota. 5 p. m.-Channels 4 7: Westchester Golf. 6 p. m.-Channel 11: Wrestling. SATURDAY RADIO 7:05 D. m.- KDKA: (Baseball) Giants vs. Pirates al Forbes Field SUNDAY-TELEVISION 2 P m.-Chonnel 11: Slock car rorlrto 4:30 0. m.-Channels 4 7: Westchester Gall. 4:30 p. m -Channel ? NFL action. SUNDAY-RADIO 1:35 p. m.-KDKA: (B.iseball) Giants vs. Plrales at Forbes Field. Speedway. The long afternoon of racing opens with features In Super-Modified, Claiming and Figure Eight Divlsons. Rain washed out the main events last Sunday. Pete Foltz of East Canton, O., and Tom Allbritain of Can-Ion, O., have been dominating the super-modified competition since it returned to the Clinton racing strip a few weeks ago. .loo Fhiharty of Allqiiippa holds only a five-point lead over Carol llalbcdl of Imperial in the fight for the Figure Eight Division title. women D.B. asks: What was Calvin Murphy's scoring total as a sophomore at Niagara University? Where did he attend high school? A. He scored 91fi points for an average of 38.2 points per game hi h's fir.! yea- of varsity hall. He hails from Norwalk, Conn. S.A. asks: When was Piggy Lambert inducted Into basketball's Hall of F.me? Where did he coach before starting his long career at Purdue? IN PA. SIRES STAKES Nevele Rascal Easy Winner By JIMMY JORDAN pnst-Ga-ctle Sports Writer MEADOW LANDS, Pa., Aug. 1 Nevele Rascal never had it so easy before, and may not have it so easy again. The two-year-old son of Stars Pride, who Stanley Dancer hopes may approach the greatness of his brother Neville Pride, trotted home with ridiculous ease to win the $20,165 Pennsyl- vania Sires Stakes for two- year-old colts at the Meadows tonight. He was six lengths in front as he trotted under the wire, eased up. Dancer started from the fifth post, moved out in front immediately and paced the field all the way except for a short time when Backfire Hanover (Cecil Champion) took over coming onto the stretch the first time. Stanley just let "The Rascal" out a bit and he was back in front heading into the turn for the half-mile pole. He just sat there until only a quarter remained when Dancer let him go, and he steadily pulled away. Meanwhile, John Simpson's Timothy T. came from fifth to take second, ahead of Paris Air. "The Rascal" will remain at The Meadows to train for next Thursday 's Arden Downs Stake for two-year-old trotting colts, one of the grand circuit events. Nevele Bigshot, the two-year-old Dancer Hanover colt making his racing debut, turned out to be a big disappointment to the railbirds who had bet him down to 2-5. The colt, who brought a record $115,000 at the yearling sales last fall, didn't want to get into the gate to begin with, and a restart was ordered. Stanley Dancer got him away from the gate nicely from the two-hole, pulled him to the rail and let the early-goers go for the first quarter. Then he moved into first place on the front stretch, but when the field made a run at him after the first half, he couldn't answer Dancer's urging. lie was in sixth place at the top of the stretch, but managed to pull up to fifth, 5Mi lengths back of Betty's Baby, a four-year-old mare owned and driven by George Young, Jr., of Adena, O., a $25.40 winner. Of the $21,319 wagered on the race, 65 per cent was on Nevele Bigshot. North Hills Speedway will try once more to run its mid-season championship race tonight, and in addition will hold a Powder Puff Derby with the gals doing the driving. Rain again prevented the race last Saturday. Already 20 ladles arc signed to drive In the Powder Puff Derby, Chuck Ford of Cranberry Township continues to lead the point parade at North Hills with 25.1, followed by Bob Mayer, Glbsonia, with 216. A T T. Scramble motorcycle race will be held tomorrow afternoon starting at Lo'clock at Murrysville Raceway. State s A. He was taken Into the Hall of Fame in 19lil). He was at Lebanon, Ind., high school before going to Purdue in 1916. T.R. asks: Where did Babe Ruth hit a homer that was supposed to have traveled 600 feet? A. In .Detroit during the 1926 season. Send your questions to Dispatch Features, Inc., ,"4 South Third St., Columbus, O. 43216. " After the race, a discouraged dancer said he might not race "Bigshot" again as a two-year-old. "He hasn't been living up to our expectations for a colt that cost so much," he said. "We may just turn him out to pasture and give it a try again next year." The 7-3 combination of Ace Admiral ($28.40) in the first race, and Foxey Phil in the second returned a daily double payoff of $124.60. Second Meadows Meet Rumored MEADOW LANDS, Pa., Aug. 1 Rumors that new harness-racing franchise would be granted a Western Pennsylvania groun, and that The Meadows would start another 62-nipht meeting soon after this one closes, continued to spread here tonight. Nothing could be pinned dov n. however. Ed Gilkey, a deputy harness racing commissioner, would neither confirm nor deny the pos' iDiiiiy mat cuncr a group from Erie, or the Mountain Laurel Association would be issued a license. The Minors INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FRIDAY- -;Ut T FIRST GAME (Twilight) Toledo 000 001 0-1 ( Columbus O0O 000 0-0 t Reed mid Voile; Gnrher and Huvke. SECOND GAME (Night) Toledo 010 130 0 - 5 I 0 Columbus 106 000 x-7 I 1 McRae, Morplelte (31, Tedenhausen (31, Korince (4), and Rrunsbera; Net-son, Hobouoh (5), Riddleberaer (5), Frondorf (5), Rival (6). and Huvke. Syracuse 7 Bullalo 6 , '."uisville 3 Richmond 0 Louisville 5 Richmond I R-che!er 10 Tidewater 1 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE FRIDAY'S RESULTS Howall al Tucson, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FRIDAY'S RESULTS Dri Moines 5 Indianapolis 2 Denver 9 Tulsa 4 EASTERN LEAGUE FRIDAY'S Wnlerhurv 1 Reading 12 RESULTS Pittstleld 1 Manchester 2 Pillslle d 4 Wafeihurv Elmlra 6 York 5 2 SOUTHERN LEAGUE FRIDAY'S RESULTS AsheviHt 4 Birmingham 3 Columbus 10 Monlgomeiv 7 dioiloite ol Savannah, rah. trea Tennis COUNTY TOURNAMENT (First Names Unavailable) SATURDAY'S SCHEDULE Men's Singlet 12:30 O'CLOCK - R. DcHull vs. Brun-doge; lalolo vs. Bieilboch; Woodole vs. Schmul'; Sullivan vs. tiler; Cretghton vs. Kingler; Yales vs. Durnnl; Ni-eld vs. B ?alek; Build vs. lontedel; Mc-Oowan vs. WmuHli, Marshall vs Paul S'jlhvun, Jr.: iiereimkv vs. Cooper. 1:45 O'CLOCK - Muiank vs. Horev; Marks vs. Suuuu; Closer vs. Melanson; Ivlka vs. MiClan; Mnllier vs, Pir schelli McCunn vs. Oieio; H. Marshall VI. J. Mr Claim Shod vs MihIIo; Carson vs. Mellotl; Knmenskl vs. D. alek; Gilkes vs. Uhlenhake. J O'CLOCK - King vs Dllleler; Dui.bv vs. Olson; Melanson vs. Mc-taithv; L. Delluli vs. Klellhcrg; Blos-sev vs. Weiiner; Buvler vs. Smltlcy; Burnt vs. Knntnr; Shirker vi. Dnsh, Men's Doublet 1 O'CLOCK D (ilek and partner vs. laison and Pailnei; MiCowun and Hsnn vs Ahholt and Dr-tulno, Neeld and Bishop vs. Kantnr and Rrundiiqe; Paul Sullivan, Jr., and Pui Iner vs. Billy and Shirker; Filwa.ds and Part-nor vs Srtimull and Murks; Rmgler and Welmer vs Perschell and Partner. 4:30 O'CLOCK - Dulihy and Olsun vs. Smltlev and Bunn; Adami and Out-lendoil vs. R Wntson, Sr., and Partner i Hnugen and Nnhle vs. Crolg and Slenman; P. DeHutl and R DeHult vs. Klellherg and Schad; Bennel vs. ,iCla-ren. I O'CLOCK - Hnnul and Parti Jvi. CUkit and Key. A -Post Gajette Pholo Gene Mingo, 3 Draftees Off Squad By JACK SELL Posl-Cazette Sports Writer LATROBE, P., Aug. 1 -Six Steelers were sliced from the training camp roster here this afternoon as Coach Chuck Noll reduced his squad to the 60 limit required on this date by NFL rules. Three of the gridders were drafted last January End Joe Cooper from Tennessee- A & I, No. 6; Halfback Dock Mosley from Alcorn A & M, No. 16; and Placekicker Bill Eppright from Kent State, No. 17. . The other trio included Gene Mingo, a veteran of the pro wars who didn't attend college but was a placekicking specialist in both the AFL and NFL; and a pair of free agents, End Erwin Williams from Maryland State, and Tackle Earl Price from Kent Slate. Mingo pulled a hamstring muscle in his left leg a few days ago and hasn't been on the gridiron since that unfortunate experience. It's believed he will get another chance when the injury heals if he's not claimed by some other club. Gene was trying a comeback after failing to stick with the New Orleans Saints of the NFL last year. All holdover Steelers from the 2-11-1 record array of last season thus survived this important cut. Next deadline is Monday, Sept. 1, when the NFL squads must be down to 49. On Monday, Sept. 8. they fall to 44, and on Monday, Sept. 15, the permanent figure of 40 is reached. Another big crowd is expected for tomorrow afternoon's scrimmage session. Coach Noll will continue his camp routine with a morning drill at 10 o'clock and a matinee session starting at 3:30. The head-knocking climaxes the afternoon practice and if it follows the pattern of last Wednesday's rough stuff it will be worth the trip to the St. Vincent College campus. Jf CLEAT PRINTS - Plans are about completed for the annual Stcelcr Alumni game on Saturday night, Aug. 9, at Jeanncttc High stadium. . . . Drum and Bugle Corps will perform before the grid action and at the intermission. . . . The revised roster of clubhouse boys includes Tim Fo-garty, Bill McCartney. Bill Nunn, Tom and Jimmy Mc-Ginley. . . . Next Tuesday w ill be the annual KDKA Day in camp. . . . The gridders will enjoy a holiday on Sunday. Kliabclli Cops In Legion Plav Elizabeth gained an 8-5 victory over Bethel Park in divisional playoff action of the American Legion League last night. Elizabeth will go again today against Craflon Heights at Dunbar Field at 6 p.m. Springdalo and llazclwood, other clubs in the playoffs, will show at Burgwin Park tomorrow at 2 p.m. Amateur lioxinjx Set in Aspimvall An amateur boxing show co-sponsored by the Aspinwall and O'llara Twp. Civic Associations will be held Tluirs,, Aug. 28, at the Aspinwall Field. The first bout will begin at 8:30 p. m. WE PAY MORE for SCRAP COPPER AUn Nlgtinl Ptltn (or Irtti, tuttrrlM, Uil. Slmliri. MiiiKInn Brln II In Iriti-lii, tin 'Inline ,ignn, M. HARTMAN GO. 32nd & Liberty 471-8026 Dally S to 4:30, Saturday I to 4 maleiir Wallops Miss Burns By 7 and 6 Carol l urnH On Keen Short Came For Victory I?y PIIII- r;UNDKLFINOER Post Griett. Snorts Writer That, pulling, chipping and short pitching are still the payoff shots in golf was proven again al Fox Chapel GIf Club yesterday. Carol Scmple, 20, of Allegheny Country Club, outdriven 15 to .'10 yards on most holes," was sharp near the green as Final Curds Women t Par, oul ... 45 S43 4i4 -37 Women'i Por, in 4:14 M4 435-36-MORNINO RCUf!0 Semple, out 5r,4 4',4 415- 41 Burns, out 563 541 556-41 Somole, i up Semnle, in 554 445 434-37 - Burns, In 4i4 514 444- 7- Somple, 3 no AFTERNOON POUND Semnle, out 54 Sis " - m Burns, out Semole. S uo 471 154 554 - 43 Semnle, in , 454 Burns, in 554 Semple wins, 7 and i. she walloped Sandy Burns, 18, of Wilclwood Gtjlf Club, 7 and 6, in the Pennsylvania Women's Golf Association final. It was a sweet victory for the member of one of America's top golf families since she hud been close but had not won anything of conseqeence in the past two seasons. She w; s runnerup in the 1968 Women's National Collegiate, in the 19G8 Pennsylvania Girls Junior, and in the 1969 Women's Eastern. And Carol, along with Sandy, was only a semi-finalist in the recent 1969 State Girls Junior. Sandy also was runnerup in the Women's West Penn and Western Golf Association Girls Junior last year. The golf in the morning round was not ip to the stcri ling type produced earlier in Iht week hut one n.ust re member it was their fifth straight day of play. Carol, three-putting only once, won four holes to Sandy's two to go 2 up on the first nine. Sandy three-putted four times and used 22 putts for the nine greens. Carol dropped the 10th to Sandy's par four but won the 11th with a 16-footcr for a birdie deuce, the 13th with a 15-footer for a birdie four and the 14th with a par four as Sandy bunkered her second shot. Miss Semple went down to 3 up with a bad lie in the rough forcing a safe second shot at No. 15 but she got it back with an orthodox par three at the 180-yard 17th. Sandy then cut the margin to three at lunchtime with a birdie four on the 480-yard 18th as Carol hit her second into the creek for a bogey six. Miss Burns won the first hole in the afternoon (19th) with a par four but then lost the 20th, 22nd, 23rd and 24th as her irons and putter went very sour. She took five to hit the green on the 420-yard 20th three-putted to lose the 425-yard 22nd after having a 30 -yard edge from the tee, hit an iron into a bunker to drop the 23rd and chipped woefully to lose the 24th. Both messed up the short 25th for ' bogey fives. Sandy delayed the finish by winning the 27th with a par four as she hit the green of the 390-yard stretch in two. But irons hooked into bunkers cost her the next two as her foe parred the 28th and rammed in an 18-footer for another deuce on the 29th. When they halved the next one in pars it was all over. Both expect to play in the U. S. Women's Amateur then it's on to college for both. Carol will be a senior at Hol-lins in Virginia and Sandy will be a freshman at Rollins in Florida. Carol's mother, Mrs. II. S. Semple, was the last player from this corner of the state to win this tourney in 1964. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT fnrol Sr-mple, Allegheny, delented Sandy Burns, Witclwoid, I and 6 (34 holes). FIRST FLIGHT Knv Heherl, F. rie Kalikwa, defeated Mrs. R. K Morelond, lo Chapel, 3 and 2. SECOND FLIGHT Mrs. I S Brown, Allegheny, delented Mis. Chuilcs luden, Green OukS, 4 ond 1. THIRD FLIGHT Mrs. E. P Nestor, Duauesm, detealtd Jeunne Johnson, Fox Chapel, I up. FOURTH FLIGHT Mrs R B. Anderson, Sewlcklev Heights, deleuted Mis. R. W. Hydt, Chartiers, 2 up. J3 ornrnnC'inm mm

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