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Argus (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Fremont, California The Argus Page 10 Fremont Newark California tuesday. July 18. 196 unhappy Catcher displeased merchants Catcher Mike Sheffield frowns As Foster freeze s Randy Hester Steps on Home plate with one of 11 runs scored by Newark american Little league champions in 11-0 opening round win of dist. 57 tourney. Sonoma opens 11-year-old wins inaugural purse Santa Rosa a Ehe Ripe j and he has been in the Money Oid age of 11. Cindy Ward s Vic a on Eligih occasions. Tis other Tor Beauty continues to win two scores at Golden in romping to an easy three length Victory in the s2.200 inaugural purse Here yesterday As the Sonoma county fair opened its 12-Day race meeting the hard hitting old campaigner recording his third Triumph of the 1967 season. It was his thirteenth Start of the season monday july 17 Clear fast first race. Fun incs Pace no Puse s530. Miss Slefo. Lii dec 13.43 6.40 4.s3 to tight freight. A shard 6 6s 4.63 of Orrison 54 25 a so Sra iad Star blame is Oier Rock Jer a scratched Dixie express. Gate Fields. Winner of several stakes events Over the years the son of Hail Victory has earned Al most in purses. Jockey Wallace Bailey re served the Gallant old Charger off the Early Pace took com Mand with a Rush rounding the far turn and then coasted Down this Short stretch to Victory. Second race. Seven for a is. Pace Crit ones else Sho Royal Gold 4 6g 360 2 s3 gravel 420 3 Peg a Yio Rishi 3.50 3-1c. Of so Sis tsp Ranley Fres vises . Nunker , sous a co Pat third race. 353 Yards. 2 ear Olds Clairn a. Purse s930 fal Reed brr d s9 63 23 s3 7.c3 miss past due a bran 460 goddess 3.20 3-10 Aiso ran n Eva a Patty Bius Khaleda Buzi Abar i a Civ go a Kisle use sure Creo toc Rysany cats miss rdc sen r cd fourth race. 4k Yards. Grade 3 Pyse s533 Light 2223 620 443 Reg s request rarer. 443 303 by 4 23 21 to ran Barker 5ve, an Belec c fifth race. Jio. Ods c re pose 323 543 4.23 Tony s j Eva a s s3 v. A court 56 so 1 5 Boa Gesco is , time s Eli Besco 7-2 winners Iii i mag Besco construction firmed its grip on second place in the fre Mont Joe Dimaggio league As it pulled off a 7-2 win Over third place Fremont freight Lasi night. Besco got the better part of its winning bulge in the fifth Frame when Bill Wells and Ron Roelling were hit by pitches to become base runners. They double stole before Steve Owens walked to Load the sacks and set the stage for Dick Ruthven who walked to Force in one run. Jim Bacciocco singled to score two runs and winning Pitcher Jay Perez singled in the last run. Steve Schmidt got the losers last run on a Solo Homer in the Bottom of the sixth Joe Dimaggio league sixth race Al i i c isl 5 Iser Ball from 133 923 56-3 or toil 503 323 asset. So t 45 2-5. Forge be. F , Lac by Roberta j o construct on i Fremont freight 030 6 2 100 3 2 _ Iling Saluda. Com Ess and or Schmidt. Yanks Recap White new York new York Yankees announced Mon by double first Sprng to Day that Thev have recalled r bail paid s99jj do 5 1. Third baseman Roy from Spokane where he was leading 2 a up the Pacific coast league with a batting average. Sta pc Zice 1zj a Sec sri 5esj. To s la is 3,a , a-3 i in Houghton shuts out giants 11-0 by Rich Gohlke Newark american King Foster freeze made themselves unofficial Little league champions of j Newark last night with a convincing 11-0 rout Over Newark National Champ Newark Mer chants giants in an opening round game of the dist. 57 championships at Newark american Field Lead off baiter Garnett Hough ton and Bob Silveria led a Fos Ter freeze attack that must have left their opponents some what Shell shocked. The winners were bouncing the Ball off the fences like a pin Ball machine As they knocked out 14 hits while needing to go the plate Only five innings. Houghton also held fourth with great effectiveness on the Mound As he allowed but one hit and his teammates backed him up by allowing Only one error. Both of the merchants reached base in the first inning As Don Cady had the Only hit for the nationals and Keith Baker was Safe on an error. After that Houghton disposed of the sides 1-2-3. While striking out ten and allowing nary a walk in his one hitter. The merchants most impressive inning was on defense in the Bottom of the fourth when Jim Robertson made two stir Ling plays and Bob Figueria an other noteworthy Effort. For Foster freeze it was their 16th straight win without a setback of the season and puts hem against Fremont National Champ teamsters in a second round game tonight at . On the Newark National Field. Houghton set the tone of the entire game for the victors As he opened the Faor Tom of the first with a single. Catcher Alan Lewis followed with a double and Houghton scored on a grounder by Fred Hogue. The dam really broke in the second inning As Silveria started things with a single. Cleo Randy Hester doubled Over one run and an infield error on a Ball hit by Jeff grist brought in another. Houghton then doubled Over another score. Lewis singled and then another error enabled the of nine to jump into a 5-0 Lead. Houghton singled twice and doubled and Silveria did like Wise in the hit fest. Lewis doubled and singled Mark gon Zales singled twice and Hester added a single to his second in Ning double. Anus photo by Rick Rubiolo leading a charmed life Foster freeze baserunner Randy Hester got a Bonus base to third after doubling As new Ark merchants third Sacker Bob Figueria 13 dropped Ball in tag attempt Arrow shows baseball following relay from Outfield in Sec Ond inning. Silver Pine swimmers swamped Highland swim club came calling on Silver Pines Over the weekend and took Over the poo before heading Home with a 301 108 win Over the hosts in a Tri cities swim league meet. Silver Pines could Only come through with nine individual wins to highland5 s 31. Linda Winkle came through with three of the Silver Pines wins As she took the girls seven and eight Fly Back and free events. Other winners were Fly 7-3 Winkle 24.2 Burice 24.2 9-10 Sullivan 23.0 184 11-12 40.5 Rorn Pel 35.6 13-14 Sommerville 33.9 Musick 31.3 15-17 to efm 37.3 Wilson Back 7-3-. Winkle 25.5 West act 29.5 9-10. La fond 49.6 Wells 450 Il-12 Wells 4t.6 Evans 23-14 Pricer 330 Evans i 35.2 15-57 Boehm 339 breast 7-3 Melton 23.3 Burke 254 9-10 Sullivan 41j2 Sulli Van 44.5 11-12 la fond Rompel 42.1 13-14 43.9 Musich 38 4 15-17 Duna 43.3 Baker free 7-3 Winkle 19j Burse 131 9-10 Sullivan 39.7 Burke Newark Foster 354 11-12 steel 317 Evans merchants freeze 32.9 13-14 Pricer Evans a r Hho Girn d 4 3 15-17 Boehm 333 2 0 0 Lewis c 4 c 2 0 Ogo Zies 36 4 2 2 across up is Cady in 2 0 0 Hogue a 2 0 1 Foster of 4 c 1 4 1 1 Gonzles of 20 Osi Lyeria i 3 2 3 Gra. 3o re ten 2b she fld c Fra Cli if arbs if Jay if Sansoni of tot3ls 2 0 Soza if 2 0 0 Hester 2b 2 0 0 grist la 000 Reaser u 1 0 0 totals 0 0 0 100 13 3 1 200 222 3 1 c 000 33 11 14 Newark merchants Foster freeze 000 015 141 14 1 Hou Hiop Foster Hester Wes sear s polish off Newark Mark Victoria singled and tripled twice to drive in two runs and Lead Wes Sears to a 14-1 Newark Pony league win Over Newark Square last night. No Pony league Wes Sears Newark Square 040 003 9 3 000 000 1 1 s and Hoffman arc Bailey. Harell Victoria egg Kwh race. 7 3 ear c As 44d is 3k 2.ij Roebber s rips chevy., i6-65 to Post perfect 15-0 Marfe baseball Jand Homer Carl Roeber two Anc Northern National and a double Larry Roeber s plumbing Harrington two singles and a t 27 a Jcj i Sec a sea s season in 5ast night with a 32 22 16-6 rout Over Central Chevrolet. The Victory gave the champs a perfect 15-0 record behind a two doubles John Hageman a double and triple and Mike Cross two singles. Fri Northern major relays 7-8 Silver Pines Musich o Connel 33.6 9-Io High lands Sullivan George la fond de 2.59.9 11-12 Highlands Sawrey Bothy steel 13- 4 Highlands Douglas Pricer Dufina 15-17 Silver Pines Baker Rookie Ustel Zwoski Blackford sinks wisc 229-150 visiting Blackford handed Washington township swim club a 229-150 defeat Over the weekend at the husky Pool in a Valley swimming association meet. Other Washington winners were Giris 9-10, sir ser 40.9 Giris Darby hurls no hitter Lamont mets win Lamont construction used All five of its hits to maximum be n e f i t and Strong Armer Dennis Solari fired a one hitter to Lead the Fremont american champs to a 4-1 win Over Mission san Jose championship Chitwood Brothers in a dist. 57 Champion ship tournament opener on the Msj Diamond last night. Solari fanned 12 and walked Only two in his one hit Effort. Leslie Mason got the winners first scoring sequence started with a single in the Bottom of the first Frame. Kevin Carpen Ter then Drew a walk and Solari was hit by the Pitcher to Load the bases before Brad penning ton hit a grounder Down the first base line that enabled Mason to score the first run of the game. Ron Ayala doubled in a Sec Ond score for the Fremont american champs. The victors added two More runs in the fourth when Dave Edwards singled and Ken me Derick tripled him Over. Kevin Carpenter then rapped a single to finish out lament s scoring. Teamsters freezers vie tonight Agnew will meet Milpitas Champ fiesta Plaza mets and Foster freeze of the Newark american league will test fre Mont National Champ team ters in tonight s dist. 57 Little league championship tournament. Agnew and Milpitas will meet on the Milpitas Little league Field and Foster freeze and All five of the winners1 hits Fig a teamsters on the Newark a ured i n the two scoring be annal , i Peri at n m quenches. Chitwood s Lone tally came Hen Roy Walker walked and was doubled Over by Anderson on a Ball that clipped an out Lelder s Mitt. By winning yesterday s opener Lamont advances to a Seini Inal game in the single Elimina Ion tournament thursday eve Ning also on the Msj Field. They will play the Winner of a Jame tonight Between Foster Reeze and teamsters. An interesting sidelight to last night s opener was the manager f the Chitwood team is also Ponsor of the Fremont Amer can Champion Lamont la Diane. Chitwood Brothers a r h Surke c i "-.ess, p sen 1.02-1. 910 of girls 13-14 Young boys 13-14 Goosen 1 02.8 boys 15-17 alien 11-12 Usedom a j. 37.2 Sirls 13-14, Young 1.23.7. Free girls 7-3 Cornell 17.1 girls 9-10 Tranko 350 boys 11-12 us Edorn girls 13-14 1.03.6 boys 13-14 Goosen 55.7. Relays 13-14 Senniville buddy 2.01.3 Alameda Wallops wild ones 26-8 Robin ardent homered three construction a r h 2 o a v 3501, 3a 3 1 1 300 Cerr c 211 200 3rnsn, is 300 Serson 2i 2 c c Somiari s 200 in gun if 200 5 201 Ayaja 2b 3 c 1 200 douse for la 1 0 0 Hirsh of , if totals 2 0 , of Vidros 19 1 1 totals 2 3 3 211 20 4 5 Chitwood Brothers Lamont construction 010 1 0 200 5 0 la Field at . The Winner of the Foster f r e e z a teamsters encounter will move into a Semi Fina game with Fremont american Champ Lamont construction on thursday evening while the a new Milpitas Winner will go directly into saturday s championship game of t h e single elimination tournament. Agnew gained tonight s game with a forfeit Over Alviso who Fias withdrawn from the tournament. In opening games last night. Foster freeze downed Newark merchants 11-0, and teamsters blanked Walter s employment. 2-0. In one bracket. In the other bracket fiesta Plaza downed Centerville National Champ Besco 9-0, on a no hitter and Fremont Amer ican Champ Lamont construction topped Mission san Jose the Besco braves failed in two vital departments As they went Down to a 6-0. No hit defeat at the hands of the Mil pitas mets last night in the dist. 57 Little league championship tournament. The braves could t come up with a hit and made seven mis cues which were More than enough to Aid the cause of the mets. Winning Pitcher Bob really had his Arm in gear As he collected 17 strikeouts while is suing nary a pass. The Besco loser Dave de Mars was t a Slouch on the Mound As he recorded 12 strikeouts and gave up a of walks. The mets reached the scoreboard for the first tune when third baseman Ernie Espitia singled and Mike Stidham pushed him to second on an error. Cente Selder Jeff Kopp then boomed a triple and drove Home a pair of runs. Two More runs were sent Home in the third and another pair in the fourth put the game out of reach. Willie Thomas got that inning rolling with a single and Espitia kept things moving with a walk. Kopp walked this time but Darby came up and proved he was As adept at the plate As on the Mound and rip Ped a double to collect both rib on the winners last runs. The braves came close to coring Only a couple of times and one of them was pretty re Mote. Demars was the first run Ler for Besco when he reached first on a throwing error in the fourth. He went to second on a wild Sitch and was stranded there. The other Besco runner Terry Anest reached first via a bean Ball. 33 23 ande son c teenybopper rampage. 34-6 the teenybopper Don t win often but when they do they make it a big one and last night s game in the Fremont Pony Tail league was a Case in n a t to n Al Champ Brothers 4-1. Chitwood Milpitas mets a r h 4 1 1 4 1 3 4 1 2 400 301 3b Suhm is

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