Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
1 Aug 1965

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1 Aug 1965

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - August 1, 1965, Athens, Ohio Page 22 a the messenger Athens Ohio a sunday aug. 1,1965 Rose provides Power to Pace reds Cincinnati a Ltd Pete Rose hitting safely in All but one of the last 27 games is providing the Power to keep the Cincinnati reds in the National league Pennant race. The Young second baseman is batting at a .378 clip and has driven in 23 runs with 42 doubles four triples and two were Home runs. Where the Power hitters hits in la times at Bat since Frank Robinson Vada Pinson july i. Nine of his hits were and Deron Johnson a have fab i had hit in la straight contests Len off the Jaunty confident i since july i. Since then he Rose has been terrific. His a has a skein of 15 games in Over All batting average now which he has hit safely. Is .313, second Only to Cordy i Pete made the National Coleman s .325. League All Star team this year but Coleman has played in j his third in the big leagues. All this week at fim tone Only 65 games while Rose has been in 102 contests and the reds pitching staff which has had its troubles loves him for his Fielding. A a in a just swinging at he came up from Macon in the Sally league in 1963 and batted .273 and drove in 41 runs. In 1964, he batted .269 and had 34 Bis. He clouded six Home runs the first year strikes a the 24-year-old j four in 1964, and has five so switch hitter Aid after Fri far this season Day night s game with hous-1 t in which he connected for a single. A when you Are hitting the Way i have been no pitch is too Rose who now has hit safely in 15 consecutive games said he prefers batting left handed a because i am closer to first prior to that game. Rose famous make batteries As Low As $8.44 Complete set offer Firestone de luxe Champion new treads retreads on sound tire bodies or on your own tires 4 for q49 ramp wet a a i a a of Sam til off your car. Any size Whitewall pee wee league near end the final week of activity in area sandlot Hall leagues begins tuesday with two scheduled pee wee league contests. There Are several makeup games in the league which Are slated for the latter part of the week. The reds have already clinched the championship in the league by going through the season unbeaten in seven outings. There is still a Battle for second place Between the braves the dodgers and the indians. In the tuesday games the White sox 2-4 will face the indians 4-1 at i pin. And the Yankees 0-5 will meet the tigers 0-5 at 2 30 . A bases loaded hippie by Dick Rutter in the Bottom of the final inning gave Mcbee a a 9-8 win Over Swearingenq a and Cliness beat Hocking Valley Bank 29-6, in Pony league action Friday the final of the season. Chauncey won the Pony league and yes the Little league 1965. Arlin has four hitter in tourney Mansfield. Ohio a Pic two errors made the difference As the Comer merchants Defeated Shade link 2-0, in the semifinals of the Ohio tournament of the National baseball Congress tourney Here Friday night. Ohio state pitching Star Steve Arlin got the win on a four hitter against an Osu teammate John Durant who took the loss while giving up Only two hits. Arlin has made several appearances in Athens both As a member of the Ohio state varsity baseball team in District 4 tournament play this past year and As a member of the Lima american legion team in several recent years. By i j act i Dit Uil k filial standing u. Ii Lac Larry curl Firestone inc Corner court amp Carpenter its. Phone by 3-1804 Athens i Joni Aya. X k of is k wants. T a ions. To f Moo so. Ii i Raster a rotary. Steppes. 2 la Bridgwater. I i Logan s0 k Pony of a to i i final standing a i Chauncey. Ill Cliness welding. Lit i Athens National rank in i Bridgwater machine. To i rocking Valley Bank 5 elect re company. 4 la Swearingen s2 la Royal Mcbee. I 13 pkg wee Lea Oik w i reds. 7 i indians. 4 i braves. I a Rodgers. 4 2 Hants. To 4 White sox. 2 4 i tigers. La ii a Yankees. 0 i Comer jumped off to an Early Lead when Jerry Spyker led off the first inning with a Blooper single and advanced to second when Shade link third baseman Ken Schultz was unable to handle Roger theders hard line drive. Spyker then scored on a single by Bruce Roberts. Comer scored again in the seventh when with two men on base Jack Thompson hit a grounder to Durant who threw to third to Force the Rinner and Schultz then threw the Ball Over the first j baseman s head attempting to Dot Uble Thompson allowing i the runner on second to score. Earlier Friday night new Washington stayed alive in the tournament by defeating Tiffin 9-4, in the losers Brac Kett. New Washington played Shade link saturday with the it Winner of that game going j against Comer next wednesday night. T Wickersham o ? is featured olympic Winner a plaque honouring East Side school As dinner of the first annual City olympics is presented by Marilyn Mcgee second from Lefta representative of Morrison school. To Lynn Kern a representative of East Side. Cindy Hamilton left from the Plains and David Young right from West Side watch. The plaque was Morrison s entry in the plaque contest which was conducted As part of the olympics and was prepared in order to be Given to the winning team. Messenger sport photo pro football round tip Collier displeased with Browns Gilchrist reports to Denver team Hiram Ohio a we a the worst practice of the coach Blanton Collier complained after the Cleveland Browns finished football practice thursday. The National football Lea gue champions have just one week before they meet the College All stars in Chicago. A they simply May have relaxed a Collier said. A some of the players told me they went Blank on a couple of plays for fishing reported Good pressure remains Low Columbus Ohio of a most Waters throughout the state Are in fair to Good condition but fishing pressure remains Low the division of wildlife reports. The divisions Outlook includes District 4, Southeast Good catches reported of Bass bluegills Catfish in Burr Oak Dow tycoon Logan forked run Monroe Dillon Seneca Pike and veto lakes. Stream fishermen having fair to Good Success in parts of Muski Ngum Little Muski Ngum Shade several others. District 5, Southwest Bass and bluegills hitting fairly Well in Rocky Fork grand Lake St. Marys grand and Stonelick lakes. Most other lakes fair to Good but Little fishing activity. Best streams Caesar Creek Little Miami Massie great Miami. Stillwater. Lake Erie and Sandusky Bay Perch White Bass Sheepshead Small Mouth Bass biting fairly Well throughout Island area. Channel cat fishing tapered off. Apparently the Best is Over until fall. Weather permitting fishing should be fair this weekend. Howell is honoured Ohio Public links meet gets underway tuesday Canton Ohio Una some in 1963 at Springfield Don of Ohio a Best greens fee players tackle the Tam of Shanter course Here this week shooting for honors in Chevy truck week August 2nd to August 7th this week has been set aside As Quot Chevy truck week at Bob Hess Chevrolet. We Are attempting to sell every 65 Model truck in Stock during this period. Right now is the time to get that extra Good Deal on a new truck. No reasonable offer will be refused. Try you buy East stats St. At Avon pm Athens Phons by 3-1046 a Fayette Street Nelsonville phone pm 3-1901 Dave Wickersham. Former Ohio University Pitcher who is now with the Detroit tigers is the subject of an a the 33rd Ohio Public tide in the aug. 2 Issue of Newsweek now on the Newsstands. The article cites Wicker Shams belief in the teachings of his Church As a reason Why he did not lose Faith when he was on a losing Streak recently. According to the article a a Church h g o e r Wickers in out tuesday in the 72-Hole medal play event Over the Hills and Dales Layouts. This years invitational is called a the Fritz Hoell testimonial tournament in Honor of the former Ohio associate knows that the lord helps press sports editor who re nist of Akron an insurance broker who emerged the Victor in the 1957 tourney at Massillon and Veteran Art Todd of Columbus who links scored at Willoughby in 1959. Golf tournament. The players come from 64 a Field of 271, including Buckeye cities with the big four former champions set enry 33, from Canton. A player to watch is 24-year-old Leo Zampedro another Warren fireman who lost in the finals of the National pub Linx Golf tournament at Pittsburgh two weeks ago. Those who help Reward for practice time which he put in during the All Star break came last week when a four hitter ended a losing Streak for Wickersham which had extended 97 Days. Wickersham uses As his Credo the verses in Phillipian 3 13. 14 a forgetting those things which Are behind and reaching Forth unto those things which Are before. A the worlds finest Utility hitch a built for 2000 la. a built for safety a easy to install a pulls on car Frame a Cradle design a proper Road clearance a safety Chain bracket Athens automotive Supply company 29 e. Carpenter pm. By 3-1585 Athens o. Tired june i. The Buckeye golfers Start the week with an Amateur Amateur event monday before swinging into tuesdays first 18 Hole round. The Field will be trimmed to the Low 120 shooters and ties after wednesdays round and then to the Low 60 and ties after 54 holes. The finale is set for Friday. Joe Lazor of Cleveland who won last years tournament at Mansfield a Possum run course is Back to defend his title. Other former Public links Kings include Lalu Sabotin the Warren fireman who won fridays stars Battino a torn Halter pan Francisco drove in five runs with a Horner a double and a grounder As the giants dumped Milwaukee 9-2. Pitching a Jim Grant Minnesota gained his 12th Victory with a five hitter in the american Lea be leading twins 3-2 Triumph Over Limore. Gue bal big owns draw crowds to Hiram Camp Hiram Ohio a in Hiram Home of the c i e v e i and Browns training Camp beefed up its Law enforcement facilities today for the onslaught of football fans. Several Portage county sheriffs deputies were to maintain order around the football Field and police from nearby Carnesville were to help local police handle the traffic jams. As the Browns near the deadline for the aug. 6 game with the College All stars in Chicago fans have been jamming this Small Crossroads town for a Chance to see the National football Lea gue champions in action. Mccreary Mem i Leab one Day service put on your tire in lust 8 hours. Gold medallion retreads Sutton Mckinstry pure Oil-130 e. State St., Tei. By 3 167 tire services it. 50 East. Tel. By 3 1396 tire and retreading j specialists and the veterans were making Many mistakes a he added. On the sidelines during the scrimmage session were defensive Back Bernie Parrish with a pulled leg muscle end Tom Hutchinson with a sprained ankle and Corwin Aldredge still weak from a preseason knee operation. It it it Golden Colo. A win nine Days late fullback cookie Gilchrist was in the Denver Broncos training Camp today anxious to Start practice and to forget a bitter dispute with management. A a in a very Happy that everything a settled a Gilchrist said. A it was unfortunate. Just a Lack of the dispute erupted when Gilchrist the american football leagues highest salaried fullback at $37,500 plus did no to arrive in nearby Denver until last sunday. The rest of the Bronco veterans hit Camp july 20. A a Westminster my. A it it a National football league All stars Lenny Moore and Jim Parker done to intend to rest on their 1964 laurels. The possibility of a forced Transfer from Baltimore to Atlanta late in athletic life does t Appeal to them. The roommates talked about the nil plans for a grab bag of players from the other 14 clubs to Start off the new franchise in Atlanta next season. A How Many players can the Colts Label untouchables a asked Parker who reported wednesday for his ninth season As offensive lineman. A Twenty five a replied Moore in his 10th year As halfback. A a hmm out of 40,�?� mused Parker. A and we re both Over 30 years old. A Morgan is chairman for sports panel Frank Morgan sports information director for Ohio University will serve As chairman of the opening panel at the annual meeting of College office of sports information directors of America being held this week in Chicago. Over 400 members of cos Ida will take part in the four Day workshop program tuesday through saturday which is an annual Exchange of ideas for betterment of relations of the colleges and universities involved and various Media. Tom Hansen associate e d with the athletic association of Western universities will work with Morgan As panel Moderator. Morgans panel will include talks by Bob Stewart executive Secretary of president Johnson a Council on physical fitness and Budd Thalman Navy sports information director. Also by Wiles Hallock Mcaa director of Public relations ted Nance University of Houston Sid Jerry Fischer associate University editor of Michigan state and Alva Kelley football coach at Hobart n. A College who is head of the Public relations committee for the american football coaches Assn #

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