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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMES Leogue Haab'stakes Fenza lead KaUy.Times photo by BERT HODGE OUl'.WAS the call by the umpires on this play at first base in Phi'Del Softball League playoff game as Upper Darby's Karen ftufhven gets easy win Wills took wide throw but was ruled to have held corner of bag to retire Ridley Park's Gail Lenz Haab's Sunoco reclaimed first place from idle Marple Newtown Tuesday in the Delco League's Fenza Division by whipping Media, 8-2. In another game, Tinicum AC nipped Broomall, 5-4. Doug Ellis fired a four-hitter and struck out six as he won his third game without a loss for Haab's. Joe Miller continued his torrid hitting by smacking a two-run homer to key Haab's four-run first inning outburst against losing pitcher Ralph Orobono. Following Miller's blast, Rick Harrison doubled and Bud Bostwick ripped a two-run homer. Bostwick added a two-run double in the third inning and Jim Vankoski and Dave Lan- sberry knocked in runs with hits in the fifth inning. Media got its two runs in the fourth on Bob Daly's home run. Ray Davis got fifth inning relief help from Steve Ryan as he won his third game in four decisions for Tinicum AC. Tinicum scored three second inning runs off losing pitcher Pete Bellis on a pair of Broomall errors, a pair of walks. Clay Schroeder's two- run single and Angelo Tiburzi's infield grounder. Broomall scored a run in the bottom of the fourth inning on John Reusche's infield hit but lost a chance for more when Bob Joy was thrown out at the plate. In the fifth. Joe Grace unloaded a two out, two-run triple for Tinicum AC after Broomall narrowly failed to get what would have been an inning ending double play. Broomall kayoed Davis with three fifth inning runs. After a pair of walks, Davis recorded a pair of strikeouts before another pair of walks forced in a run. Mike Falcone-stroked a two- run single and Ryan replaced Davis, walking Gary Strowig to again load the bases before getting Reusche on a, fly ball to end the inning. In an important match tonight, Marple Newtown hosts Tinicum AC as M-N battles to overtake Haab's for the Fenza Division lead while Tinicum AC battles to post the best, regular, season record and assure itself the home field advantage should it reach the playoff f nals. HANMN-JKOROAHf INfURANCI A Complete Injuronce Service (Including FAylT INSURANCE Representing l.N.A. General Accident Reliance Insurance Companies 947 Chester Pike, Sharon Hit, Pa. LU 3-2500 SA 9-0221 SPCEBWHY lUt FLOODGATE RD, BRIDGEPORT. N.J MODIFIED SPORTSMEN STOCK CAR RACING EVfRY FRIDA Y P.M. FRIDAY-August 8 DOUBLE FEATURES Gates open 6 p.m. Racing 7 p.m. DIRECTIONS TO TRACK FROM Barry Bridge to U.S. Rt. 130 North to Rt. 44 North to first intersection turn left mile to track. RACING ACTION LINE 609-467-3344 I First-and-10 for Phils PHILADELPHIA (AP) The fans screamed when the Philadelphia Phillies traded first baseman Willie Montanez to the San Francisco Giants for outfielder Garry Maddox. Montanez was a very popular player in Philadelphia. And he performed well for the Phillies for four seasons. The Phillies received a lot of mail protesting the deal. The switchboards of radio stations in the area lit up that Sunday in May 'that Montanez went for Maddox. the fans asked. Phillies' general manager Paul Owens said Maddox would answer the question by the outfielder's performance. Maddox was hitting only .195, as a pantime player for the Giants. A little less than three weeks after he joined the Phillies. Maddox suffered a knee fracture. He was placed on the disabled list. The 25-year-old Maddox came back June 30, and since then he has played center field like a Willie Mays or Joe DiMaggio. He's plays that defy description. And how he has hit. Since' June 30, in 36 games, Maddox has hit .368-49 for 133. with 21 RBI. That .195 average is now .285. He's been a .328 hitter since joining the Phillies. Maddox continued his hot hand Tuesday night as. he slammed a three-run homer and an RBI single in a Its-run first inning that carried the Phillies to a 13-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs. He had three hits before being given a late inning rest. "This is the Maddox I remembered, the guy we traded said Phillies manager Danny Ozark after the Phillies beat the Cubs for the first time in five games at home and only the fourth in 11 decisions. "I remember when they (Giants) had Bobby Bonds, Matthews and Maddox." Ozark said. "I called them three secretariats. Now we've got one of'em." The Phillies came out smokin', Tuesday night against Cubs starter Bill Bonham, and then rewievef Ken Crosby. Sixteen batters went to the plate in the Phillies' biggest first since They slammed 10 hits for 10 runs. In addition to Maddox' threerun homer, Mike Schmidt slammed a two-run shot over the center field fence and Tommy Button doubled home a pair before Bonham was lifted for Crosby. The eruption made it easy for young righthander Dick Ruth- ven, who was recalled Monday from Toledo of the International League. Ruthven had one bad inning, a Chicago third. Rick Monday delivered three of those with a triple that got past left fielder Greg Luzinski. Schmidt also wound up with four RB when he hit his second home run of the game, a fifth inning blast that also 'scorec Johnstone. It was the 23rd of the season for Schmidt, his sixth since the All-Star game break It was the 10th time in his 3M> season National League careei that Schmidt has hit twc homers in one game! Dave Cash opened the firsi inning with a single and Larrj Bowa extended his hitting streak through 16 games with i single. Maddox then homered. Then Greg Luzinski singled Johnstone doubled and Huttoi doubled the runners home tc make it 5-0. Schmidt homerec for two more. That was all for Bonham. Johnny dates greeted Crosbj with a single, and Ruthver sacrificed. Cash, up' for the second time, walked. BOWE fouled out. but Maddox singlec home the eighth run. The firsUaght Phillies to face Bonham and Crosby got hits, two shy'of the major league, record 10 for consecutive hits m an inning held by four National League and one American League team. Brooklyn did it last against Pittsburgh in the sixth inning of a 1930 game. Ruthven earned his first victory of the season, Phils 13, Cubs 5 Chicago Philadelphia abrnbi abrnbl Kessinger ss 4 1 2 Cash 2b 4210 Sperring ss 1000 Anderson cf 0 0 0 t Monday cf 4113 Bowa ss 5120 Frailing P 0000 Maddox cf 5234 Macilock 3b 1 0 0 W Harmon 2b 1 0 tt 0 Harris 3b 2011 Liizinski If 4120 Cardenal If 3000 Johnstone rf 4 2 3 2 Morales ct 4000 Brown rt 1000 LaCock Ib 8100 Hutton Ib 3.1 I 2 Trillo 2b 4 0 U 0 Schmidt 3b 3224 SwisJier c 2110 Taylor 2b Hosley c "I U 0 (I .Gates e Bonham p U 0 0 0 Lonhorg p Crosby p 0100 Ruthven p Hiser'ph 1010 Boone c Wilco.x p 0000 Thornton Ib 2 0 l l Totals 32 5 7 5 Totals 40 13 18 13 Chicago 0 04 000 Philadelphia 020 E-Tayfor. DP-Philadelphia 2. LOB- Chicago 5. Philadelphia 11. 2B-Johnstone. -Huiton. Swisher. Luzin- ski. Hiser. SB-Monday. Boone. HR- Aladdox Schmidt 2 SB-Monday. S-Ruthven. SF-Harris. Anderson. Ip h r er M> so 7 Haab's Sunoco ab r h rb Emerson2b 2000 Bostwick Ib 3 1 1 0 Miller cf 2222 Har'sonrf 3210 M'tr'niadh 2110 Vankoski dh l 1 1 1 Bostwick If 3124 Davis 3b 20.00 L'berry c S'Cruzss Ellis p 3011 3000 0000 Media ab r h rb 36200 0 Borjalf 3000 Gcradh '3000 Peete 3110 Daly2b 2 1 1-2 Damiani :b 2000 Lucyklb 0000 Carzoss 2010 M'ghetti rt 2 0 1 0 C'mingscf 2000 Orobonop 0000 C'v'chi pr 0000 Total 24898 Total 21242 HAAB'S 40202-8 MEDIA 00020-2 Winning Pitcher: Doug Ellis (3-fl) Losing Pitcher: Ralph Orobono (5-3) Umpires: JoeHagen. JimMcMaster FOOTBALL WASHINGTON Charley Harraway, a fullback for the Washington Redskins of -the NFL from 1969 until he jumped to the WFL last year, retired from football. Tinicum AC ab r h rb Harvey rf 3110 Hoge Ib 2110 Ryan2b 4000 Gracec 3012 SaviskiSb 3100 Mar'chakcf 1100 M'Enteetf 2100 Sch'derss Tiburzidh Cooper2b Davis p Brovn cr 3012 2001 1000 00 00 0000 ab r h rb Reusche ss 5011 Reusche cf 2100 DibonaSb 1100 Miller c 3000 M'Garvey Ib2 'l 1 0 Stahi 16 2000 M'Keon2b Itri2b Pjh'riandh Joy If Falcone If Strowig rf Bellis p Oranzi cr 1000 1100 3021 1000 2012 3010 0000 0000 PLUS interested in BUSINESS OR RETAIL MANAGEMENT? iCCC HAS IT! MORE THAN 270 OTHER DAY AND EVENING COURSE OFFERINGS IN THE OCCUPATIONAL AND COL- LEGE OR UNIVERSITY PARALLEL PROGRAMS. Total 24 5 4 5' Total 26 4 6 4 TINICUM V 0300200 5 BROOMALL 0001300-4 Winning Pitcher: Ray Davis C3-1) Losing Pitcher: Pete Bellis (4-3) Umpires: Bill Stern. Bill-Armstrong GOLF DEDHAM, Mass. Lauren Howe shot a three-over-par 75 to end up in a three-wy tie for edalist honors in the United States Girls Junior Golf Championship. Registration Starts AUGUST 27th FOR INFORMATION CALL: 353-5400 Ext. 327 328 dccc FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE! delaware county community college media, pa. 19063 1000 3.130 0000 3 0 8 1110 Bonham L 10-8 Crosby Wilcox Frailing Ruthven W 1-tt Lonborg 0 B'onham pitched, to 7 batters in 1st. Balk-Crosby. PB-Swisher A-19.611. AND 'AUTOMOTIVE CENTERS foolco Whitehall AR78-13 ER70-14 FR70-14 GR70-14 HR70-14 GR70-15 HR70-15 JR78-15 LR78-15 SAVE '55.52 TO '67.52 ON A SET OF FOUR, plus to Federal Excise Tax Old Tire MAVT MTT NTT- CMAMtt MTTHHI ALL SIZES, ONE PRICE! Gtoum. 22f. 24.24F, 42 191 for mott cars Engineered for high per Includes installation Most U.S. Cars INCIUMS AIR CONDITIONED CARS AUGN front end... includes adjusting caller, camber 4 toe HOTATE liret BALANCE front wheels STASH IT.. IN YOUR DASH BM-1110 IN DASN TtACK wire STUM Advanced design receiver for j FM Stereo broadcast. Styled fef that original equipment look. In-dash installation minimizes theft. Peak output of 20 watts. 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