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   Oelwein Daily Register, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1966, Oelwein, Iowa                              Elkader holds off Stars for Registerland title STRAWBERRY POINT Elka der Central held off a determined Marmont victory bid in the last tw innings Saturday night to capture the REGISTBRLAND BASBRAli CONFERENCE championship Central the northern division winner had carved a 60 lead after five and onehalf innings and was Coasting along with Greg Stott throwing a onehitter after five In the sixth after the first two natters for the Stars struck out a walk and an error opened the gatet for the Stnrmonl team Mike Con ner singled Foster singled and Jim Lunan doubled An error and an other single by Moyle scored five runs and the Stars were back in the game Rob Watson doubled to deep right center field to open the sev enth inning for the Stars Doug Schweitzer sacrificed Watson to third on a bunt Dennis Courtnage bunted safely for a hit when no one covered first base But Stolt settled down and re tired Mike Conner on a sharp grounder to third bese and Foster popped up to first base to retire the side Elkader opened the scoring in the third inning when Denny Hjel meng singled with one out A walk singles by Costigan and Zapf and an outfield error scored two runs The Warriors led 30 after four when two walks and an outfield collision on a routine fly ball al lowed a run to score Hjelmeng lifted a fly ball to left field where Ioster and Conner collided and the ball dropped to the ground A walk tount single another walk and hits by Hjelmeng and Buckrier drove losing pitcher Jim Holz from the mound in the top of thc sixth Schweitzer relieved for Starniont A trophy was presented the championship team following the game Box Score ELKADER ab r Hielmeng ss 4 j Buckner 2b 30 Costigan cf 3 Zapf lb 3 L Stott c 3 Patrick 3b 3 Neumann If Larson rf 2 G Stoft Totals 25 STARMONT ib Watson ss 4 Schweitzer 2b p 7 Courtnage c 4 Conner cf 4 Foster If3 Kramer If Lunan rf 3 Longmuir 3b 3 Moyle lb 3 Hotr p2 Evans 1 Totals 30 Score by Elkader 001 103 Sfarmont XX 005 71 Batteries G Stott and L Sfatt Hotz Schweitzer 6 and Court nage 0 0 0 T 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 Win blind bogey events at Glenhaven Dr G J Schcckel and Mrs Rob ert Cannady were blindbogey golf winners at the Glenhaven country club Sunday Robert Richards fin ished second in the mens Bobby Betiis has established the nine and 18hoIe course records a 36 for nine 73 for Hilmer wins Indee feature ITS BOOGI NOT BOO By Alan Mover O ty feolvrei Syndicate Waterloo wins Maynard tourney First Round West Union 8 Hawkeye 5 Waterloo 10 Tool Die 0 Donaldsons 5 Westgate 4 Maynard 4 Fayette 0 Semifinals Waterloo 1 West Union 0 Maynard 1 Donaldsons 0 Championship Waterloo 3 Maynard 0 MAYNARD The Waterloo Merchants marchedoff with their second straight softball crown in two weeks Sunday by capturing the Maynard invitational meet 30 over the host team Jay Hook hurled a onehit shut out in the championship game Wilbur singled in the fourth for the only Maynard hit of the game Waterloo won three shutout games dumping Tool Die 100 twice in the seventh to tie the INDKPKNDENCK Bob lUlmcr Irivinji for Benllcys of Kairbank led all 50 laps Saturday night to vin the midseason championship race at the Independence quarter mile dirt oval A record crowd of over 4000 fans watched Hilrncr take the lead on the first lap from his outside position in the front row and the IJysart driver kepi the lead throughout the event Point leader Chub Kiehe of Oel wein finished third in the race behind Rich Krafka Dysart Lloyd Zell of Hawkeye was ninth Gene Chapman of Dulmquc won the consolation race Dave War than Oelwein was fourth followed by Lcroy Schmidtke Stanley 13th Ron Hcckenlively Waterloo won the cadet race Hilmer remained in the lead throughout the race The event had to be stopped due to an accident on the 10th lap but Hilmer vaulted in front and stayed there Baseball Standings 667 547 12 531 531 500 474 19 469 lived By The Associated American League W L Pet GB Baltimore 66 33 Detroit 52 43 California 52 46 Cleveland 5J 45 Minnesota 47 49 Chicago 46 51 New York 45 51 City 42 54 Washington 43 59 Boston 42 53 Saturdays Results Cleveland i Detroit 5 Washington 8 Kansas City 1 California 7 New York Iliillitiioro 5 Chicago 4 10 lioston 4 Sundays Results New York California 11 Cleveland s Detroit 02 game 10 innings Washiiiflon fi7 Kansas City 24 Iluyer Tony Lema wife die in crash two others perish Tony Chjrnpajjne the delightful whose juick wit and flashing smile had charmed the millions of two continents died as he hud Ihc golf course 12 his wiin Betty and two others were killed Sunday 438 their lijht plane plunged in turf of a golf the Indiana 426 24 420 to course straddling Illinois stall line The plane was en route to Joliet Akron Ohio where Ixrna had played in the Professional Colfcrs Association Championship Sunday Jt crashed and burst into flumes on Sportsmans Club the course Ltina was scheduled to play in the oneday Lincolnshire Tourney at Crete III to day A witness Hud Norton said the lowflying plane swerved to avoid a Geinberger wins PGA crown AKRON Ohio W Al Oiberl to bo Some of my friends thenow PGA champion dns thought I had a chance be 2nd not hi Iraits of yolfi laus Arnold Jalmer Jack and group of people standing near llui club house the engines died thai started and died ntfflin nmi the plane plunged to the uroutnl din KinK up a furrow near the seventh Krren before nursling into flhmos The pilot was a hero ho said The plant swerved to the loft if it didnt a lot of people would have been hurl Ixina a slender handsome mun with an impish grin flashing blue eyes and thinning hair was outof the worlds lending professionals1 His death brought shocked reac tions md tributes from throughout Ihe golfing world He was one of the greatest golf ers Ive ever seen said his husi beeause youre going hack i all broken up He WHS exciting to It your own track in reference to watch 4 liallimore Minnesota 4 Host on 2 Todays Games Cleveland at Washington r Only time scheduled Tuesdays Games Detroit at Chicago N California at Washington Clnvtiand at Baltimore N Minnesota it New York N Kansas City at Hoston N may have to make victory last year N liut they room at thc j beanpole who has to peanut butler and jelly sandwiches I to keep his game going Ceiberger left the ialrners the Nieklauses the Players and Billy i J robjWV best description of Sunday was Kiwn bv Tony was one of the real great Im glad they wcre right said furs lour said Jack Nick toj for tins gangling eibniger who was presented withlaus Mastersand Hritish Open i on a ihreejxjunrf jar of rcanut nntpri champion and a loaf of bread when he took his seat in the press tent Caspers in his wake he managed to master the gigantic j finished with 287 and US track stars set 2 records LOS ANGELES Two world cords were broken and three American marks fell but a pair of National League W L Pittsburgh 58 38 San Francisco 58 40 Los Angeles 55 40 Philadelphia 52 45 1 St Louis 49 47 records were broken and three Houston 43 48 alr of Atlanta 45 52 weary decathlon men gasping through the shadows of evening Nw Yn climaxed the drama k Cincinnati 44 52 Track and field stars in the two day Los Angeles Times Interna tional Games were plentiful Satur day and Sunday John Pennel set a world pole vault mark of 17 feet inches Australian distance phenomenon Ron Clark was a double winner at 5000 and 10000 meters Jim Ryun won thc halfmile and the US 1600mctcr relay team clipped a second off the world record But as the sun set on the rim of Memorial Coliseum Sunday night 25000 of the 34150 attend ing remained Russ Hodge and Bill Toomey after consecutive after game and won it when Cecil White noons of excrtion in 90degree homered with two out in the 10th Scoreby Maynard 000 000 heat faced the concluding 1500 meters with a possible world de cathlon mark in sight Toomey holds the pending mark Waterloo 011 100 j of 8234 points set in Salina Kan Batteries Stvphtnt and Wilbur Hook and Holdiman Sundays Stars By The Associated Press earlier this month He broke fast and set the pace As the track announcer called the Jap times the crowd stood to cheer the struggiing runners to the tapeToomev crossed the finish White Sox defeated American Leagueleading Baltimore 40 and stopped the Orioles Both had come just short of the needed times but Hodge who mis winning streak sevengame j scd by only 8 seconds was the win ner with 8230 points and was Phillips Chivotcd thc meets outstanding per cago collected two singles two trailed with 8219 doubles and a homer scored five Tllc nnly worid mark to be bro runs drove in two and stole Sundair was the 1600meter bases in the Cubs split of a double Bellis fired 18 holes Howard blanks Baltimore 40 By Ron Ripoport Associated Press Sports Writer Bruce Howard once best known ns Denny McLains exroommate is suddenly the Chicago While Sox cxmistako Back in 1963 the Sox had to de cide whether to hold on to Howard beat Baltimore 40 Sunday to option him out in favor of MrLain who also was on thc club They chose Howard and McLain was snapped up by Detroit where he won 10 games last season and 13 during the first half of this Howard strucgled to a record in 1965 and blisters on his fingers him from effectiveness thc first months of the current season Hut Mrlnin who threw three perfect innincs in the AllStar lame has fallen on evil limes of lost his Ihird game in a row Ihe hottest pitch er in Ihe league at the moment is roomie exmistake Bruce How ard Mctlnin in the meantime was heing shelled in the Tic6rs first loss o Cleveland 30 De troit onmr bark to take Ihe night cnp 21 in 10 innings Other Amcr irin TITIUUC nojion saw New York n pair from California 01 nnd in the first round winning over header with St Louis West Union 10 in the semifinals Maynard blanked Fayette 40 in the first round and ousted Oelwein Donaldsons 10 in the semifinals Bob Sampson Homered in the seventh inning with out to lift Maynard to a victory in the semifinals over Donaldsons Bill Stephens won the pitching dual from Clair Ramlo Stephens hurled a nohitter against Fay ette in the first round Donaldsons gained the semis with a 54 victory over Westgate in 10 innings Donaldsons scored in two runs a single and Detroit nine games Sunday Howard raised his record to 51 and lowered his ERA to 248 He has allowed five earned runs and 15 hits in his last four starts two of which he won on fourhitters Joe Azctie drove with a homer and Stove Harfian Rave hits in pacing Cleveland to its first game win Mickey Stanley drove in a run with a double in the tflth inning giving the Tigers the sec ond game Tom Trcsh hit a grandslam homer in thc first game and a solo blast in thc second in the Yankeesi double win In the first game i Mickey Mantle hit his 20th homer of thc season and the of his career tying him with Lou Gchrig for sixth on the all lime homerun j list Joe Pepitonc added his 23rd i homer in the first game Washington escaped the leagues cellar with its two victories over the Athletics RoRer Repoz hit aj homer in Ihe first came and Ken Harrelson and Paul Casanova each hi one in thc niphtcap By Fronk WoHon jgJCEKT1tAL PHESS STORTSWRITtH NOW if only some pro foot ball coach could teach Jtm Ryun to catch a pass into the open Baltimores Brookl Robinson took o swing at btiscbnll oiniers for plnyittg too many night games Bet THAT a big hit with the money boys baekficlds throughout the NH wont to try stop Jim Brown this Uast they could do to tfteir appreciation i buy a tickets to his next movie Thnt race in the National League is as tight ns a size 12 in a size 10 dress Heres onr for Ifie baxrbitll to wf thrt Krd Sox or the be drhinrf if thc cnrl of the srason in their rcxpfctive leagues t And what it Sonny Livfon do ing doyt to improve each shining hour Well bet you cant rccull the name of thc present com missioner of baseball No were not Rotng to tell you Were too busy to look It Chicago 31 66 Saturdays Results Philadelphia 8 San Francisco 0 Ios Anceies 6 New York 2 St Louis 4 Chicago 0 Pittsburgh 4 Houston 3 Atlanta at Cincinnati rain Sundays Results Sun Francisco 4 Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 11 Houston 6 Chicago 104 St Louis 77 2nd amn 10 jnnines CinrinnRii 44 Atlanta 35 1st same 10 innings 2nd game 10 in Kireslone course and win the IGAS golden anniversary tourna ment by four strokes over Dudley Wysonj Pet GB The victory Geibergers first ma jor championship was no fluke The 28yearold Southern Califor nia graduate shot an identical 280 for 72 holes last year to beat near ly the same field and win thc American Golf Classic at the same 7130yard course with a demand ing par 70 Anvtime Vou win a major cham 604 592 579 536 510 1 6V2 9 500 10 464 13 Vi 458 14 438 16 320 Donaldsons at Maynard Donaldsons of Oelwein will piny at Maynard Tuesday nillit in a said Palmer It is long demandj Northeast Iowa Softball League ing and you need big shots all the game in a tie for sixth place when he shot a final round of 08 Oiberger has the right em perment for this type of the time It can wear you down Alj rambles along like a rolling stone Geibergers victory was worth S25000 It also gave him a berth in the World Series of Golf next month which carries a top prize of Jt will be played at Fire stone Sept Ilt2 pionship it has to he a Ionsshot1 will be Jack Nicklaus said Geiberger who always seems Gene Littler C3eiberger1s foes Casper and In other action West Union goes to Fayette Both games will start at pm will play Hawkeye Friday night Sport Results MEXICO Ariz knocked oit RMJ Mexico 3 Ixs 5B New York 00 Todavs Games NPHYork at Houston N Pittsburgh at Snn Franeisoo PbMademhia t 1 Angeles N Only cberiuled Tuesdavs Games TOIHS at N at Cincinnati N TOV Vnvk nt Hnnston N at To1 Anroles Pittsburgh at San Francisco Rain power failure no trouble for loop leading Bucs By Murray Chass Associated Press Sports Writer Probable Pitchers By The Associated National League Minnesota Keller 00 vs St I fourth inning the last two on Bob 1 Baileys homer Nobody ever thought they would Willie Mays hit his 22nd homer have to halt a game in Houstons of the season and 527th of his ca Astrodome while it was raining rcer in the Giants victory over Louis Carlton 00 at Coopcrstown but it happened Sunday i Philadelphia Tito Fuentes whose j exhibition The delay came in the eighth in single triggered a tworun first Ncw York Rihant 54 at Hous ning of the game between Houston1 inning also singled before Mayston Farrell N and Pittsburgh as rain splattered connected i Pittsburgh Fryman 84 at San N the outside of the dome However Don Drysdalc pitched a sixhit thats as far as the rain got ter and hit his 29th career homer Under the dome everything was in Los Angeles opening game vic tory John Kennedy and John Rose dry Everything though By coincidence wasnt bright a power failure relay standard The US team of Bob Frey Lee Evans Tommie Smith and Theron Lewis clocked a eclipsing the run by the American team in the 1964 Olympics Smith who returned o competi tion after a leg injury won the 200 meters in 205 before racing an in credible 438 400meter leg in the relay Ryun ran a recordbreaking 513 milr last weekend in Berkeley Calif but was unenthusiastic about his halfmile time of and 800 meter clocking of Sun day Fennels vault broke the record of set by his apartment roommate Bob Seagren earlier this spring The three American marks were set Saturday before Triple jumper Art Watker of Ixis An geles hopped stepped and jumped 5411 exceeding the 54734 be reg istered a week before in Berkeley Charlotte Cooke the 18yearold high school student from Ios An gelcs was limed in for 800 i meters and for 880 yards j bettering her previous mirk of i and respectively j knocked out some lights and the umpires wanted thorn repaired br boro also homered for the Dodgers In the nightcap Joe Miller and Phi Regan combined to blank the Mots on five hits Lou Johnson mi fore the game continued land Tommy Davis each drove The Pirates on the other handI two Dodger runs with singles didnt have n power failure They Chicagos George Altman col continued their torrid hitting j lected three hits in the first game whipping the Astros 1VB and mainincluding a fifthinning home run Francisco Marichal 154 Philadelphia Short 116 at Los Angeles fSutton 97 IV American Cleveland Siebert 95 at Wash ington McCormick 78 N Minnesota vs St Louis at Coop erstown exhibition Only games scheduled Williams wins taininsj a onegame lead in the Na tionnl League pennant race The lipht failure came shortly after the Pirates broke a 55 dead lock with a fnurnm raily in the seventh Renairmen checked the situation but dpideri the work would have to wait until nfter the same As far as the Astros were con cerned though the damase the Pi rates had the inning before was irreparable In other NT simos Sin Frar drfntted Philadelphia 41 ripples suppt York 50 snr r0 St I 01115 trimmed Chicacn 74 iu 1ft immiLs iflor losing 107 iiit Cinrinniti rdyrd Atlanfi 43 in 10 inniiiiis before bowing 54 in 10 that snapped a 44 tie and ignited j a fourrun rally St Iouis came back for the sec ond same triumph on Brocks WATERLOO Mert Williams of Rochester swept the feature threerun homer in the 10th Brock iflTA ia Wa out the Cardinals ahead 43 in the eighth when he scored from first on Jerry Bucheks twoout single m the terloo Sunday night Oehveins Chub but Adolfo Phillips tied it with a homer in the Cubs half of the eichth Vada Pinson raced all the way home from first on Dick Kelleysj wild pitch anrf Joe Torres Ltcbe finished and second in a dead heat finish in the third heat Roger Klingfus Waterloo won the first heat Dick Hagen Water loo heat Curt Hansen third heat Tom Hamilton Asemi Bill Zwanziger earlier hit a home run Btverlv IInrlerl Waterloo won The Braves won the 10innins j the powder puff derby lishtcap on Joe Torres second j alsojhomor of the came Torre drove j in three runs in all while Hank ILLNESS RETIRES OWENS Luke Owens nineyear vet eran defensHe tackle of the St Txnils Cardinals has re tired from professional foot ball after doctors discovered a damaged heart muscle The Pirates hiHins wis almost j Aaron drove in two with a homer J hot as the lights Own 41ind a sinslo Gordv Colrman1 tbov Ihrrf runs in the knocked in two Cinrinnafi runs Weekend Fights By The Associated CONEGLIANO Italy Paiva 134 Brazil and Domenico Pillon 132 Italy drew 8 FAYETTE BRIEFS Mr and Mrs Russell Krion were visitors Sunday July 17 at the home of their dauuhtor Mr and Mrs Dirk Smith at Clear Lake The courtesy was in honor of Mrs Krions birthday on tbit day Word from Jvistus llorwis bus pitalizni at Independence is Ihul lie seems to be somewhat improver i FAYETTE BRIEFS Mr and Mrs Fred Maurer and his daughter Mrs Clifford Max field were visitors Sunday at the Kugene Severson home at Hartford Mr Maxfield Carol and Clysta of State Center joined them there also FORD OWNERS WE CAN SAVE YOU A tworun homo mn bv Cesar Tovnr sent the Twins to their vic tory over Boston Jim Porrv the win the 20th ovrr Boston in II Iwnjhis career Trmv Oliva batting Kansas fitv fi2 nnd 74 and Iho last two voars col Iwn hits n un within tone puinl of ho Orioles llusss Smder who RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES Supply idequgfe dependable lowcosf electric power Yes Rural Electric do much to Iowa better place for Farming Minnesota lieil Hnston In snapniniT the witininj streak scvca lcais UK league at 330 In progress BUCHANAN COUNTY REC INDEPENDENCE IOWA Summer Bowling Hours We will be closed Mon Tues Weds Open Tliiirs thru Sun Sign Up Now For Fall Leagues Sunnyslde Lanes Ted Jtlintk 100 W Oefwein With Ford Authorized Reconditioned Engines And Small Parts your of fORO Quilrty I Full details at Iowa Motor Co 114 First Ave SE Ph 2835731 Oelwein U Daily Monday July 25 1966   

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