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Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania PAGE 4 THE DAILY NEWS Monday June 9 1969 Mets Win Tenth Straight Expos Break 20Game Slide Pepitone Helps Yanks Win 2 New en If streak the boy shared the cheers with the mod man w F Wanna G nn nn a record for an expansion club Sunday when they downed the Los Pappas who gave up three A crowd of 60096 cheered as the Yankees officially retired the Trio Ol Champions balls hottest club winning their 10th In a row with a 32 victory over the San Diego Padres I went to third to coach to see if it would make any difference said Mauch But we pitched well and hit well and the win was not a matter of luck Mauch was strangely about the victory only the 12th this season for the Expos Sometimes losing makes you forget how to win But winning makes it able for you to bear losing Hodges took over the batting chores in the Mets pregame second game innings later The Braves picked up a run in the fourth and won It in the sixth when not superstitious said Hodges Aaron walked took Then it cheered as well almost as as Joe Pepi tone the longhaired mod man of the modern Yankees hit a convinced it isnt the way Elsewhere in the National League San Francisco shaded Philadelphia 98 in 12 innings game and a tworun single during a rally in the but my coaches are Im going ofi brother Hanks single throo rim s to keep doing it until Im scored on Orlando homer ln the single Larry on a 24hour pass from his Army Reserve unit pitched a and Atlanta swept Pittsburgh 1110 singled In the winning run in and 43 and Houston nipped St the Inning to lead the high of 19 while the victory for Lonborg the Red Sox 1967 pitching hero marked his second straight complete game John Kennedys tworun sin second game Yankees to to 31 lead and tne gle and singles by Gerry McNertney Ray Louis 21 in 11 innings The game was Mack Jones and Rusty Staub homered and Jerry Robertson pitched his first major league Weekend champions in the Pennsylvania State Skeet Shoot included Roy left who was high overall and allaround champ Ralph Holtz Patton and prell mary winner Dale Lehmer Mechanicsburg right practice from Joe victory with relief help in the during the 10game streak and ninth from Roy Face to pace cant get rid of the job Im Astros over the Cardinals Julio Gotay and John Ed wards singled before delivered his blow now 84 allowed the only Cardinal run in the seventh on Vada Pinsons single an infield out and Tim single Patton Man Defeats Six In For State A Patton father of seven all skeet shooters won the coveted championship at the Pen Ruth Williamson of Pittsburgh combined for the twoman team won the womens title In the with 196 x 200 and Mike Ha bore with a score of 95 and ber Jr had a 95 to win the State Skeet Association Charlotte Stock of York had 94 junior 20 gauge crown Shoot Sunday at Field Ralph Holtz defeated five other shooters who had broken 100 a In 20 gauge class winners JR Miller of Armagh and Robert Rodale Emmaus won Mercatoris captured the twoman Class AA with 99 Frank Noye Valley And Simpsons In straight targets in the windup team crown with 199x200 and the Altoona had 99 as Class A John of the event where Club of Bell Lebanon 96 as Class B Jacobs Gil Rod Leonard Linsley Oreland hit ler George Bolton Joe Workman 97 as Class C and and took the five Dick Langdon 92 as Class D were necessary to de every major gun Veteran Ray Corper of Ambler finished as to Holtz in the where Holtz ran 68 the Expos over the Dodgers Maury Wills walked before Staub hit his tworun homer in the fourth Jones led off the sixth against starter Singer with his 10th homer of the year Robertson gave up singles to Andy Kosco and Tom Haller In the ninth before Face relieved Face retired the first batter but Ron Fairly singled in a run and Sudakis walked to fill the bases Haller scored on a balk before Face retired the National League side East Tom Seaver struck out 14 men in seven innings and Chicago Wayne Garrett singled in the New York run in the eighth Pittsburgh inning to lift the Mets to their club record 10th victory in a Philadelphia row The Mets were trailing 21 Montreal in the eighth when Juniata Valley and Simpsons EJ sl led took Insurance moved up a notch in on M scored Atlanta man team crown with 484 x 500 Other local 20 gauge scores the Huntingdon Teener League whgn Tommie Agee followed a Los Angeles 30 Roy Flanigan of Williamsport included Nick Hetrick 88 and standings with Saturday night to Bud a San Fran straight targets on top of the 100 Proved to be the top shooter over Don Nead he broke without a miss in the re the hauL He won high The preliminary saw wins Valley outlasted winless FIberglas 76 at Alexandria and gulation shoot Some 21 9 scatter gunners from all parts of Pennsylvania competed in the popular windup Sunday In Saturdays action young Billy McCool replaced Al Cincinnati Houston overall with 386 x 400 and all nine gunners tie for honors with Simpsons tripped Moose 91 at santorini the last man to beat San around with 486 x 500 Only in perfect 100 scores Lehmer had the tough International Shoot to run 68 additional targets to Thursday was he below 96 finally top Yorks Stock who Latham Osborne of Pittsburgh missed his 17th doubles bird at w GB 36 28 7 26 11 25 12 18 12 22Vz W GB 32 30 2 29 3 26 3Vfe 27 24 victories over the Chicago and Steve Barber all White Sox The victories two the Pilots enabled the Yankees to reach to score flve runs in tne the 500mark for the first time Blair hit a since May 1 homer and Frank Robinson ant Pepitone hit his 16th homer of Don Buford singled in runs foi the season topping by one Us the Orioles but John ODon 1968 total in the fourth Inning shut out Baltimore foi of the first game after singles tne Iast 3 13 to receive by Bobby and Roy credit the win White Mel Stottlemyre made It Unser hit a look easy with a homer off Tom Hahill with one that raised his record to nine out in the 12th inning to give victories losses the senators their decision over tworun single and the Twins Casey Cox a tworun double by White for his fourth win for two helped the Yankees break open innings of scoreless relief while the second game with a five Hall suffered his fourth setback run splurge in the fifth Inning against three victories Rookie Burbach pitched a to win his third game Three walks a pop fly double against four losses Aurelio the An The Boston Red Sox defeated eles Mt in the secom the Kansas City Royals 82 the Tom Egans Seattle Pilots beat the Balti W error more Orioles 75 the Washing Ray Rosse added up to threi ton Senators topped the Minne California runs In the sota Twins 75 In 12 Innings and inning of the second game a the California Angels scored a Cleveland Jim McGlothlin 32 victory after losing to the Wilhelms relie Cleveland Indians 30 in other ln the eighth and ninth innings American League games Oak won Ws game of the year Sam McDowell pitched a two Sundays Results Cincinnati at Chicago ppd rain Charles Sanitate of Farrell won was the veteran winner Joe the No 5 post the 20 gauge title and Dale Leh Workman Latrobe 100 won sen Other century scores In the mer of Mechanicsburg another lor Ra Corper Ambler 100 prelim were registered by Sani young gunner copped the pre Jim Jacobs Jr and tate Joe Dzapo Sharon Rodale ST of Pittsburgh won parent Jim Miller Flanigan and Robert Jules Adams Saegertown Joe and child and Char Johnson Latrobe Workman Latrobe Joe Wojanis Pittsburgh and Clarence Merca toris Meadville were also straight in the event with perfect scores of 100 Three men broke 50 straight birds in the regular skeet before going to all doubles elimination Holtz Corper and Adams were the survivors and Adams dropped out first by missing a low house bird from No 4 station lotte Stock York 192 took husIn local prelim scores He band and wife Robert Johnson trick had 98 Langdon 92 Nead Jr Latrobe 95 was the Wagner 84 and Kyper 77 lor champ Randy Mull Lancas ter 89 took the subjunior Adams won the Class AA and Mercatoris Class A with their scores of 100 George Kruth Stilte Erie won Class B TS Robertson Class C Joe Claycomb 99 had Class D Huntingdon the Mela before the streak and bad to fight off a three Garrett ed Mm run spurt by Moose tame seventh e to lson Ron inning and was boosted TIor the last two Atlanta 11 Pittsburgh 10 1st Hutchisons four bits fa tour for the Mets trips to the plate struck out the ln Simpsons four recording his three from Dan Kelly to against three easy victory Four runs m the Ed homered for sixth inning capped the scoring the Padres land at Detroit was rained out Two homers by Rico Pe and one each by Dalton Jones and Reggie Smith led the Red Sox to their victory and enabled Jim to raise his record to 60 two homers gave him a career hitter embellished with elgh strikeouts for the Indians In th first game Ken Harrelso drove in all three Clevelan runs with a tworun homer the first inning and a double i the sixth for the winners cf It Ul 3 Greenland p 2 Sheffield 15 4 4 3 4 4 i Jim If f f none out and singled with bases loaded o i iiin the 12th inning as the Giants handed the Phillies their eighth straight loss Reliever Al Raffo o o i i o o oil city OB won Marble Event Calvin Wiser 14yearold JunL ning 57 in the Corper Tom Lukehart Altoona 99 ata Valley Junior High student missed both birds at the No 5 station after Holtz had ground up his 68th target Holtz has been shooting skeet trick 95 Totals 27 6 5 3 Valley 3 G l 2 o 0 o walked Bobby Bonds and Ken Henderson leading off the 12th and Bob Burda beat out a bunt for a hit Davenport then ooo ooo was the Class E winner Seven local shooters partici pated In the Nick He 77 Wag for 20 years but only seriously about four A district manager for an investment funds firm this is his first major dual title in state competition although he and Paul McConn ell of Altoona set a state re cord of a perfect 200 last year in twoman team competition The seven Holtz children oper ate the 7H Skeet Field at Prince Gallitzin State Park ner 91 Dick Langdon 93 Don Hicks 89 Jack McClain 81 and Martin Kyper 65 Sanitate had to defeat Haber Sr of Roxborough for the 20 gauge title in the which lasted 26 targets Jane Flaccus of Pittsburgh was placed fourth in the State VFW Marble Tournament held Satur day afternoon in was representing the 17to VFW District and Hunting don Post 1754 In the com pet i tion after winning the local mibs Mike crown In the tourney of six entries each boy played three games with each of the other district winner or 15 games 4 2 0 4 i 4 l 1 1 ToUls V3 n n delivered his third hit of the game Larry Hisle had tied the score at 88 with a two in the ninth after Mays homer errors by Richie Allen and Briggs and Bonds single had produced three runs in the eighth and given the Giants an 86 lead Allen had tvo homers his 14th and 15th of the season for Atlanta 4 Pittsburgh 3 2nd Houston 2 St Louis 1 11 inn New York 3 San Diego 2 Montreal 4 Los Angeles 3 San Fran 9 Phila 8 12 innings Todays Probable Pitchers All Times EDT Cincinnati Culver 34 at Chicago Jenkins pm Only game scheduled Tuesdays Games Chicago at Atlanta night St Louis at Cincinnati night Pittsburgh at Houston night Montreal at San Diego night Philadelphia at Los Ang night New York at San Fran night American League East Creek Has Control Of First 100 run homer I g Willie 000 000 ooo Johnny 044 000 000 0 11 30 7 10 S 2fl Hutchinson 2 Miller 3B Ross Z Hutchinson 1 BB Greenland 6 Dici the Phils 4 Ross 4 Hutchinson 0 HP Greenland 10 u L A Dick 2 ROSS 2 Hutchinson i wp HOSS Hank Aaron LP Greenland womens champ with a 93 one Wisor lost his first five games score better York than Charlotte Stock of and then came on strong by win 003 000 3 6 Haber and Bob Baur Berwin ning seven in a row before being shut out in his final match three games by Robert 4 n of Pittsburgh who The new champion is 4 n old Raymond of burgh and last years 0 place winner bad and will compete in the event at N next week Jeff York was 2 0 Wiser was accompanied 3 Aliquippa by Huntingdon up Wesley Davis and VFW R 0 n Harvey Price and i n drove in the winning run in the first game with his 52oth career homer and pitcher Milt Pappas had a key tworun homer in the second as the Braves downed the Pirates twice The Braves had blown an lead in the opener and were trailing 109 when Mike Lum singled to tie It n the seventh and Aaron hit his 15th homer of the season in Is Questioned Baltimore Boston Detroit Washngtn New York Cleveland Minnesota Oakland Seattle Chicago Kansas City California Sundays Results Oakland at Detroit ppd W GB 39 34 27 9 29 28 11 17 19 W GB 29 25 3 23 6 21 22 8 17 12 Yellow Creek took over sole star was charged with the los possession of first place in the Frank Thomas had four hits fc League over the winners and Chamberlain ai end without ever taking the field Bud White added three each The YC squad picked up two Everett unloaded four victories via forfeits to boost against on Sunday Us record to 62 in the circuit route to Its win Sonny Crawfor a edge over three other Craig Pepple Bob Foor teams Washington hit fc Yellow Creek won on Saturday the winners while Don as It travelled to Saltillo only homered in a losing cause f to have the home team fail to Saltillo Veryl Felton won on show up Sunday Yellow Creek and Don Brown toi returned to its own field but the loss Orbisonia didnt appear and an other easy triumph went into the record books In Saturdays other games Mapleton was handed a 41 set back by visiting Everett Broad Top tripped Trough Creek 53 at Cassville and the Coaldale at Orbisonia tilt was rained out Sunday found Mapleton down ing Broad Top 97 Coaldale out lasted Trough Creek 107 and Everett clipped 93 It was the first weekend that the rain teams from the northern region STANDINGS W Yellow Creek 6 Broad Top 5 Mapleton 5 Trough Creek 3 Coaldale 2 7 6 6 6 3 3 2 2 Cleveland 3 Calif 0 1st game faced those of tne southern area ML Tilt Delayed Totals 27 I 4 2 2B Dunkleburger Kelly Fouse Mort SO 1 Reynolds 2 Price A BB Edwards 2 Price 2 Crone 1 HP 4 Price 8 Crone 2 SP Edwards LP Price NEW YORK do you Hartack blow the Triple Crown for Majestic Prince by taking the most expensive snooze In racing history Would the handsome popular Prince have beaten arch rival Calif 3 Cleveland 2 2nd game Seattle 7 Baltimore 5 New York 3 Chi 1 1st game New York 11 Chi 2 2nd game Wash 7 Minn 5 12 Innings Todays Probable Pitchers AH Times EDT Boston Jarvis 21 at sota Woodson 9 pm Seattle 54 at Detroit 9 pm Kansas City Nelson 34 at Cleveland Williams 16 Chicago John 3 pm Only games scheduled Tuesdays Games Boston at Minnesota night Cleveland at Chicago night Seattle at Detroit night Arts and Letters In Saturdays California at Baltimore night Action in the Mount Union Teener League was postponed on Saturday night due to outside conflictions The scheduled game was between the Cardinals and Indians the two top the circuit The tilt had originally been slated for last Friday but was postponed to Saturday No new date has been established for the key battle Score by Innings 000 0 1 014 x 9 STANDINGS W Juniata teams in 4 Central 3 Elks 2 0 Pet 625 571 500 429 333 000 BY A HEAD France Belmont Stakes if Hartack hadnt allowed him to lumber along next to last through the Incredibly slow first six fur longs Or did the rugged Belmont longest of the Triple Crown classics simply show that Arts and winner by 5 and fz as Majestic Prince finished second and Dike third was the best horse after all Bring on the witnesses Johnny Longden much disap Everett threw highschooler Bob Deremer at Mapleton on Sat and the youngster turned in a fine Deremer made the best showing of any hurler this season as he set down 16 batters on strikes Everett had 10 hits Including a home by Darrel Kline Bob Mas kulyak was the losing pitcher Jack Spencer who did the hill chores for Tussey Mountain High School most of the year donned a Broad Top uniform for Saturdays tilt at Trough Creek and picked up the victory on a with 11 whiffs Broad Top scored three runs In the first off loser John Prough and held on for the victory Jack Jones had three of the winners nine County Sports Card NOTICE Small Gun Winners Paul McConnell of Altoona left was the 28 gauge champion and Charles Farrell won the 20 guage In the state skeet tourney at Field TRIUMPHS Lundquist of Sweden defeated Marty Mulli gan an Australian playing out of Italy 79 62 63 46 75 Sunday to win an international tennis title UPI Maurice Lehmanns Goodly pointed trainer of Majestic won the Prix Du Prince refused to blame Hartack Jockey Club Sunday by a head over Beaugency was another half length back for third money in the mile and a half race for tha defeat of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness champion He answered Yes he will when asked If Hartack would ride thf Oakland at Washington night Kansas City at New York night safeties Mapleton tripped Broad Top Sunday in a clash of the con tenders The Mapleton plate at tack rapped out 17 hits with Denny Dinardis four safeties leading the way Summers clouted a homer for the Mapleton entry Jones had three more hits for Broad Top on Sunday John Donaldson tossed a In gaining the win and Bob Thomas absorbed the setback Randy Chamberlain who also played on Tussey Mountains fine team this spring slammed a homer in the eighth to lift Coaldale to its win over Trough Creek David was the hill winner and Ken Morning Huntingdon City Baseball League meet ing will be held at the home of Don Rinker following the game Monday June 9 There will be a joint meet Ing of the Mount Union Little League and Teener Leagues on Tuesday June 10 at 8pm in the social room of the United Presbyterian Church BASEBALL Huntingdon City League Monday Moose vs VFW Tuesday South Side vs Americ Legion Wednesday Moose vs South SIi McConnellstown at Mill Creek Thursday VFW VB American Lee Friday vs South S Saturday Moose vs American Leg Mount Union City League Monday Harbison Tuesday vs No American Wednesday hellos Thursday North American vs tot 777 Saturday Coaldale at Mapleton YeU Creek at Trough Creek Everett at Or sonia Broad Top al Sunday Mapleton at Crei Trough Creek at Everett Orbisonia Broad Top at Coaldale Huntingdon Teener League Monday Juniata Valley vs VFW Tuesday Simpsons vs Wednesday Penn Central vs Fiberg Thursday VFW vs Friday vs Simpsons Saturday Elks at Juniata Valley Mount Union Teener League Monday Tigers vs Indians Tuesday Dodgers vs Cardinals Thursday Cardinals VB Tigers Friday Dodgers vs Indians Huntingdon Little League Monday Phillies VB Reds Tuesday Dodgers vs Cubs Wednesday Pirates vs Braves Thursday Giants vs Cards Friday Braves vs Reds Saturday Cubs vs Cards Phillies Pirates Dodgers vs Giants Mount Union Little League Monday Phillies vs Pirates Tuesday Red Sox vs Giants Wednesday Yankees VB Braves Thursday Giants VB Phillies Friday Pirates vs Braves Saturday Red Sox vs Yankees SOFTBALL Huntingdon City League Monday Colonial vs Pub 303 Blairs Field Gerbo vs at W End Field Tuesday Green Construction Petersburg at Blairs Field Wednesday Fiberglas vs Blairs Field Thursday Petersburg vs Blairs Field Friday Pub 303vsGreen Construe at Blairs Field
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