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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1975, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Road, Race Competitors These men were the top three finishers in the annual road race held Saturday as part of Jubilee Week. Robert Wilson, second left, of Portsmouth won the race with Lawrence Martin, right, second. Martin is the coach of the Raymond High School track team. Don Dennis, left, like Wilson a graduate of Portsmouth High School, finished third in the race. (Herald Photo) Jockey International Tennis Stars Honored by Portsrr.-oih SALEM Jockey Denise Bou- XORTH f'OXWAV one of the leading riders _ The" third' on the England circuit r- D _ _ Feature Race Start Tourney at Cranmore Goes to Eddie _______ _ WWlJ fcW V V L X.H. annual tjurna- players scheduled ac-iion. Harold Solomon of each otner consecutively. and without delay. The tourna-l EPP1XG E 114-year racing Silver .Tent is being played in a new'fT- 3.200 seat outdoor tennis sta- PunsldD-fc-. Big Red Machine Leads Dodgers Fight for Second By The Associated Press The Cincinnati Reds, the ream that has everything, leads the league in doctor bills, ac- cording to head Sparky Anderson. cheerleader So scratch one alibi for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers, expected to re- peat .as National League. West champions or at least battle for the division honors, now find themselves in a dogfight for second place with San Fran- cisco as the Reds frolic 15% games in front after Sunday's' 3-1 victory over the Dodgers, "This team has said Dave Concepcfon, who clubbeda seventh-inning homer that 'helped cushion the Reds' triumph, their second in a three-game series against the Dodgers. "The 1970 club had more power, but this club has more balance." And Anderson, the Cincinnati manager, won't let anybody else's injuries detract from the rousing Reds record. "All I hear about are in- Anderson said, refer- iring to the Dodgers' rash of medical ailments. "But I guar- antee you we're either even (with) or far ahead of any club with the number of injuries we've had." Elsewhere in the NL, Phila- delphia dumped Montreal 5-4; Atlanta beat San Diego 4-1; St. Louis beat Chicago 7-4 after dropping the first game 6-3; Pittsburgh took a pair from the New York Mets, winning 5-4 in 15 innings and 4-3, and San Francisco beat Houston 5-4 be- fore losing 10-9. Concepcion's homer, his first since May 21, and Joe Mor- American League VV L Pet. L Pet. GB Boston 66 42 ..611 65 43 .602 Baltimore 55 50 .524 61 48 .560 4% New York 55 52 .514 York 56 50 .528 8 Milwaukee 53 56 .486 Louis 55 53 .509 10 Cleveland 47 58 .448 50 60 .455 16 Detroit 46 62 .426 44 60 .423 19 Oakland 67 40 .626 71 38 .651 Kansas City 58 49 .542 Angeles 56 54 .509 15% Chicago 51 56 .477 55 54 .505 16 Texas 50 58 .463 Diego 51 58 .468 20 Minnesota 49 61 .445 48 60 .444 22% California 48 61 .440 .39 73 .348 33% Saturday's Results Minnesota 4-8, Chicago Louis 4, Chicago 0, 2nd New York 5, Cleveland ppd., darkness Boston 7, Detroit York 6, Pittsburgh 0 Baltimore 6, Milwaukee Francisco 8, Houston 7, Oakland 6, Kansas City innings Texas 8, California 4, Philadelphia 3 Sunday's Results 1, Los Angeles 0 New York 12, Cleveland 1, Atlanta 8, San Diego 6, 15 in- Cleveland 3, New York 2, Minnesota 7, Chicago 4, Results Minnesota 12, Cicago 9, 6-4, St. Louis 3-7 Milwaukee 4, Baltimore 5-4, New York 4-3, Boston 6, Detroit game 15 innings Kansas City 5, Oakland 5, Montreal 4, 10 California 6, Texas Monday's Francisco 5-9, Houston 4- Detroit (Lolich 10-10) Cleveland (Eckersley 5, San Diego 1 Baltimore (Mitchell 1-0) 3, Los Angeles 1 Boston (Lee Games Minnesota (Hughes 9-8) (Stone 8-5) at Phila Kansas City (Leonard (Christenson (n) New York (May 10-6) at (Warthen 5-4) a waukee (Travers York (Tate (n) California (Singer 6-10) (Reuss 12-6) at St Chicago (Wood (Curtis (n) Oakland (Holtzman 13-8) (Cosgrove 0-0) a Texas (Jenkins Diego (Mclntosh (n) Tuesday's (Dal Canton 0-3) a California at Chicago, 2, Angeles (Hooton7-9) (n) Oakland at Texas, 2, (Norman 6-3) a Baltimore at Boston, Francisco (Montefusco 10 Detroit at Cleveland, (n) Minnesota at Kansas Games at New York, 2, (t New York at Milwaukee, ___________________ gan's run-scoring double back- ed the combined seven-hit pitching of Pat Darcy and Raw- ley Eastwick. Phils 5, Expos 4 Danny Ozark changed his mind, which had much to do with changing the outcome of the game. Tug McGraw wasn't supposed to pitch but he be- came the winning pitcher with wo innings of hitless relief. Tommy Button's pinch single n the 10th inning gave McGraw and the Phillies the victory. Braves 5, Padres 1 Atlanta inched closer to 'ourth-place San Diego after Jarl Morton pitched a six-hitter and Darrell Evans hit a tie- oreaking single. The Braves are now 2V4 games behind the 3adres. Cubs 6-4, Cards 3-7 Willie Davis drove in four ims with a home run and a double and Reggie Smith added a solo homer to lead St. Louis ,o its second-game victory. Two-run singles by Gene Hiser and pitcher Tom Dettore high- lighted a six-run eighth inning that vaulted the Cubs over the Cardinals in the first game. Giants 5-9, Astros 4-10 the New England Turf Association with a special achievement award at the group's annual dinner to be held Aug. 12, at the Colonial Hilton, Route 128, Lynnfield, Mass. A native of Burlington, Mass., Miss Boudrot began her riding career at Rockingharn Park in for trainer M.J. "Junie" Bresnahan and went on to ride 175 winners during her appren- tice year. Now a resident of Eloree, S.C., at her aptly named "Longshot Lady Miss Boudrot was the leading rider during the fall meeting at Suffolk Downs last season riding 94 winners during the 92 day meeting. Miss Boudrot is currently in hird place in the jockey stand- ngs during the summer meeting at Rockingham after finishing second in the standings during ,he spring meeting at Suffolk. She will be honored along with lockingham Racing Secretary Job DeStasio who will receive o "The person who made an he Turf Writers award made o "The person who made an outstanding contribution to New ngland racing." In previous years the Turf Writers have made special awards to jockeys Leroy Moy- ers, Jimmy Davern, Gregg Mc- "arron, Mike Carrozzella and Darrell Madden. Tickets for the gala affair which is being held for the 35th consecutive year may be obtain- from any Turf Writer at Rockingham or from Bob >ublieity director, Suffolk Downs, East Boston. outdoor mm. the .second-largest facil- the United one of the top girl jockeys ia'ment opens at the '.Mt. Cran- Spring.' Md., last year's runner 8.: ine nation, will be honored by.more resort todav three UD and seeded sixth in the tour- tii Thf1 Knalann ...............___ ______ _. ___ ._____ Sue Berning I 2 If iween eighth seeded Jeff Boro- were Joe Bouquin of Danbury, driving A %JhaJlaV Air A A A iw __i ,n__. T __ .._i_ T___ t an Mi- With Birdie rament, was to meet Hans Joa- i'y of its type in chim Plotz of West Germany in States. a rnid-afternoon maich, follow- Qualifying for the tournament d immediately by a match be- in elinunatiun matches today ween eighth seeded Jeff Boro- were Joe Bouquin of Danbury, wiak of Berkeley, Calif., and Conn.; Jorge Andrew of Vene- honors Kingston and Mi Sanford ,von main even's Sat at Star Soeeciv, type roadster, -.von the 35 iap super-modified main event rios- Constance, Marcotte Track Meet Winners HAMPTON Despite 91 de- gree heat and an invasion of mosquitoes, the fourth weekly Milt May knocked and Jose Cruz' runs in five two-run double cracked a 6-6 tie in the sixth inning as Houston sal- vaged a doubleheader split with San Francisco. Gary Matthews drove in three runs with a two- run double and a single to lead the Giants to the victory in the opener. Pirates 54, Mets 4-3 The third-place Mets started the day six games back after taking the first three games of this series but dropped to eight games off the pace with their doubleheader loss to the Pi- rates, leaders in the NL East. Richie Hebner drove in four runs with a double and a homer in the nightcap after former Met Duffy Dyer's 15th-inning homer won the opener. Demarais' Team In First Place NEW CASTLE Mel De- marais' Team 3 has the leac in the Men's Twilight Golf League at Wentworth Fairways. Demaris' team had 69V2 points to 63 for Wes Varney's Team 6 and 56V2 for C. Allard's Team 1. Ferris Bavicchi's Team also has 56V2 points and J. Kel- ly's Team 5 has Jim Wei don's Team 2 has 52, B. Syphers Team 8 47% and P. Driscoll's Team 7 Individual leaders by position included C. Allard 37, D. Kostif 35, J. Gray 38, F. Cheney 37 P. Clark 41, W. Payson 41, B Bradley 39, P. Weeks 37, J. Gloor 44, D. Margeson 43, R. Margeson 45 and Joe Shanley 45. HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) A four-way race down to the fi- nal hole has marked the first Lady Keystone Open, won by- Sue Berning on a birdie at the par-5 18th hole. Miss Berning of Lake Tahoe, Calif., shot a birdie 4 Stmdav to win the tourney, a satellite tournament on the women's pro golf tour, and its first prize. Miss Berning totaled hvo-un- Doug Crawford of Weston, zuela; Joaquin Rasgado of Bra- Mass, zii; and Gerald Battrick and 5mg out Silva b.v a First round play was to begin Martin Robinson, both of Eng- teng1" at the checkered flag. 10 a.m. with three simufta- land. John Parkins led the race for neons matches: Victor Pecci of The tournament will be the j the first four laps but his winged .'iniinea :o'jr Smith fifth. Vachon won the 20-las sports- rnen stock car main event by inches in a side-by-side finish to beat out Dave" Simard, of Taygan of: first competitive appearance super-modified was passed dur-. Ha verhill. Simard had" led' the Boston; Pinto Bravo of for Connors since the Wirabie-1ing the fifth lap by Armond final 10 laps until a'laoned car Rick Fisher isher of the four weeks ago when the Holley of Pensacola, Fla. pulled in'front of him John James of the defending champion was upset I driving a new winded las the leaders came out of 'he United Deblicker; by Arthur Ashe. roadster which he wheeled" to [fourth turn headed down the Connors' entry into the 50- 'ictory in a 100-lap main event'straightaway for the checkered States; of France. One of the final matches of i man field sets up a possible the afternoon was to pit fifthj rematch with Laver, whom he seeded John Alexander of Aus-jbeat in four sets last February tralia against John Feaver of! at Las Vegas. Great Britain. I Connors played in the in- Top seeded Jimmy Connors der par 142 for the two-day j of Belleville, 111., second seeded tournament. Sylvia Bertolaccini of Argentina, Clifford Ann Creed of Alexandria, La., and Bonnie Latter of Orchard Lake, Mich., tied for second at 143. Each won Mrs. Berning went into the 18th hole tied with Miss Creed and Miss Bertolaccini. Miss Creed, on the green in three, missed a 15-foot birdie putt and ended up with a par 5 on the 465 yard hole. Miss Ber- tolaccini watched her five-foot birdie put slide by the hole and also took a par. Mrs. Berning reached the green in two and two-putted from 50 feet for the victory. Miss Lauer, who turned pro a month ago, narrowly missed a playoff when her 25-foot eagle chio on the last hole fell a foot from the cup. She had taken the first-round lead with a 68, but skied to a 75 Sunday. Rosewall of Australia, third seeded Hie Nastase of Ro- mania and defending champion Rod Laver of Australia, seded "ourth, will not see action until the second round. Tournament referee Maucice Leclerc said matches will fol- Fnfernafioncrl urolfing Stars In PGA Tourney LAKE PARK, inter- national golfers are in the field 'or the 1975 PGA Championship at Firestone Country Club Akron, Aug. 7-10. South Africans Gary Player and Bobby Cole, England's Pe- er Oosterhuis and Australians Bruce Crampton, Bruee Devlin and David Graham, add an nternational flavor to the 57th PGA Championship. Player's best finishes this year include a second in the Tournament of Champions and a tie for second in the Kemper Open. Through the U.S. Open he had entered 10 tour events, and was in the money in each. Cole was second in the West- ern Open and tied for eighth at Jacksonville. He has played n 13 tournaments and finished 'n the money 10 times. Oosterhuis played in 24 events and was in the money 17 times. lis best finishes were second at New Orleans, tied fifth in .he Kemper, and tied seventh in the U.S. Open. Graham tied for eighth in both the New Orleans and Kemper Opens. Crampton won the Houston Open and tied third in Pensacola, tied fifth at Doral. summer track meet at Winna- cunnet High School included a large group of competitors. Per- formances in the junior division stood out as the heat affected nearly all competitors. Rick Constance, competing for the Seacoast Striders Track }lub, sped to a first place finish in the three-mile. This was his first attempt at the distance on an oval. Bill Marcotte of Rochester continued to dominate the junior vault as the youngster went 32 ft., 6 in. Marcotte has yet to be beaten in competition. Mark Harrington of Exeter competed just a few weeks after accidentally severing an artery in his forearm, and won the triple with a leap of 40 ft., 3 in. Matt Crompton of Atkinson was the only double winners in the open division, as he won the 440 intermediate hurdles and the triple jump. Donna Randall, Tina Guerin, Robin McDonnell and Denise Visco continued to do well in the summer meets. Nancy Powers and Carol Aucoin joined the others in the victory circle as the Cape Anne Track Club took their fourth meet in the series. The masters had two new vic- tors as Robert Madden of Derry and Jere Freeman of Hampton won events in their category. The meets are co-sponsored by the Seacoast Striders Track Club and the Department of augural New Hampshire inter- national tournament in 1973, losing in the final to Vijay Am- ritraj of India. Amritraj had been expected to play in the tournament but withdrew because of a late change in the schedule of the World Team Tennis Sandiego Friars for whom he plays. on Friday night at Fulton, Vachon took advantage of opened up a commanding lead. ;the opportunity to just beat out KMley was nearly a half lap his teammate (Simard) while ahead when a yellow Ballard finished third in 'lag was needed when 26-car field. Record spun out on the front! straightaway. It wiped out Ilol-1 Carl 0 Leary won the specta ey's lead but the visitinc driver itors 1WaP race for registered beat out Dick Batchelder cars- side-by-side restart to keep! Batchelder won the opening jlO-lap super-modified qualifying jheat ahead of West and Silva." and! The most spectacular accident Peter Palmer of Buffalo, the night took place on the. Short Sports McNeil Accecpts MONTICELLO, N.Y. (AP) Larry McNeil of the Kansas City Kings has accepted an in- vitation to play in the 17th an- nual Maurice Stokes Memorial Basketball Classic at Kutsher's Country Club Aug. 17. McNeil was named most val- uable player in last year's Stokes game. Others who plan to partici- pate include Jo Jo White and Don Nelson of Boston, Billy Cunningham of Philadelphia and John Shumate of Phoenix. Writer Dies PHILADELPHIA (AP) Fu- neral services were to be held today for Jack Fried, sports writer and editor forathe Phila- delphia Bulletin for more than 50 years. He died here Saturday after a short Illness at the age of 73. Fried joined the Bulletin in 1912 and was boxing writer from 1928 until his retirement in August, 1973. He covered vir- tually all the heavyweight championships fights including Gene Tunney's final title de- fense in 1929. Brewer Wins BREWER, Maine (AP) The Brewer Little League All Stars will represent Maine next Thursday in the New England Little League tournament in New London, Conn. Brewer captured the state title Saturday with a 9-8 come- back win over Maremont Sacp. Trailing 8-6 in the final in- ning, the Brewer youngsters the game on a two-run triple by relief pitcher Rob Roy. Jim Boothby followed with a single that scored Roy with the winning run. AP Sports Editor INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Steve Herman, 28, a newsman with The Associated Press for five years, has been named In- diana AP sports editor. Title Expected LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Canadian Elmer Hohl is ex- pected to wrap up his first World Horseshoe Pitching title lere today. Hohl, of Wellsley, Ont., has a 29-1 record going into the final five games of the 35-game rain- delayed meet. His onty challengers are four- ime defending champion Curt Day of Frankfort, Ind., and Mark Seibold of Huntington, Ind. Both sport 27-3 marks. Big Winner TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) A Tijuana man who has played ;he horses for 10 years finally wonit big Sunday, taking home in the 5-10 handi- capping contest at Caliente Race Track. Dr. Rpmula Rivera, 48, an anesthesiologist at a Tijuana hospital, was the only bettor to correctly choose the winers of the sixth through the 10th races two of which were longshots Rivera, who had won four smaller amounts at the track before, said he had no imme- diate plans how to use his win- nings. Rock Winner SALEM, N.H. (AP) Rene Riera Jr. Sunday rode Melody Maid from behind in the stretch n Rockingham Park's Laconia Purse, did six furlongs 'n 1-5 and won by 3% engths, returning and before a crowd of Bet For Barb paid 714.60 and Frost Warning paid He was tied sixth in the Byron Recreation of Hampton. Nelson and tied seventh at Tucson. Devlin tied for fifth in the Florida Citrus Open and sixth in the Crosby. A new division will be added to the weekly meets. Men between the ages of 30 and 39 may compete in a separate category. RED SOX TICKETS AVAILABLE CALL 431-8080 Call early for best seats WE'VE GONE MAD! DISCOUNTS UP TO THINKS WE'VE UOST OUR MINDS! 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Capacity 385 persons Pricei Tours adult; under 12 Star Island Stopover adults; under 12 Clambake per porton (includes boat ride) (Price tub jeer to eh Parking Fee without 1 Viking Street, Portsmouth, N. i from Routn l-9j tut the front spot. However, Batchelder collided as Holley spun out in he first' turn after West had suddenly roared into first place. Once again, a yellow flag was needed. Holley was forced out of the race with steering trouble caused by the accident and 'aimer's sprint car was badly damaged and had to be towed to the pit area. West battled off Eddie Wit- turn on the ensuing restart and he two drivers waged a wheel- :o-wheel race. Meanwhile, Silva had his "Big 0" sprint car on the move and slipped by Vitkum to take over second on the 15th lap. West and Silva continued to jattle it out for first place right o the last lap. Silva tried to sneak past West on the inside several times and then made wo or three moves to pass on the outside. At the finish, West won by less than one sec- tnd over Silva with Witkum, "-ccond lap of that race when Piichardson, driving a winged roadster, slammed into the front straightaway retaining wall. The high-speed crash had such an impact that it sheered off the right front wheel of the car, which was extensively damaged. Richardson escaped injury as he went on to race in the modi- fied division in another car. Holley won the second 10-lap super-modified qualifier ahead nf Brown and Witkum. Osborne took his late model qualifying- heat with Dave O'Neil second and Jim Hey ward third in what proved to be the most exciting race of the night. Osborne and Silva locked themselves into a eight lap side-by-side duel for the lead that had the crowd on its feet. However, Silva spun out in the third turn on the ninth lap, leaving an open for Osborne to the checkered- fag- Seabrook, N. H. On the Border POST. TIME pjn. NOW. 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