Boone News Republican in Boone, Iowa
13 May 1969

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13 May 1969

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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - May 13, 1969, Boone, Iowa By it on news i tuesday May is i i Griffith whips Kitten Hayward they be dropped 13 of is Yankees lose again its 8-4 by the associated press game on the american league i Murcer fought Back and both after two weeks in headlong schedule. Benches emptied Retreat the new York yankees1 Tommy Davis three run Dou a the came in throwing an Al who had Bow a Oyler said after the de fighting backs from a Bori walked the first three batters he game. A a that a no Way to play zonal position. Faced keyed Seattle a first in baseball. The powder puff Yankees Ning spree Jose Vidal a triple a a a had no intention of starting floored by a seven run Seattle Jand sink is by Pattin and Tom anything a Murcer said. A the new York apr Good fight Emile a said Middle int a weight Champion wino Benvenue a a a it wed a Quot in Quot a and Start. We off Al owning to of Italy fish Tnp hark from a Hon walked the first three Quot you la fight me Nino a a asked Emile Griffith Quot sure a replied Benvenuti. A Leigh title fight in Quot die night countered with a Quot flurry of reliever Mike Kekich for the everybody was on top of works Between the two Arch i elbows. Fists and body blocks j four More runs and a a 2 Lead both of us. I done to think anyone Vak non Hahlo for Sente her in before bowing to the pilots 8-4 i Murcer. Whose ninth Homer really got hit and i done to think new York although nothing is on for heir 13th Oss in he ast 15 sent he yanks ahead before the there a any hard feeling n0w�?� games. Deluge came up again in the after the scuffle broke up Bobby Murcer one of the few fird and was brushed Back by Houk stood toe to toe with urn i paper today. Griffth earned coming rut proc Stan Kitten Hay-1 punch socked a two run Homer to Rig. And tried re cd he Ward of put Ladelthia on a Deci in the first inning and decked a bowbn8 to it ver Oyler at Sec Ward Philadelphia on a dec shorts r 0yer and Bane. Oyler made the tag and then came up swinging. Sive unanimous 12-round decision at Madison Square Garden we a rolling slide in the third monday night. Touching off a mass Melee at but it took a Cut Over Hay-1second base. Wards left Eye in the fifth round embattled manager Ralph to open the Gates for the 3-1 a Houk shoved an Umpire after voted Griffith a Victory. Hayward who had out pointed Griffith in Philadelphia last oct. 29, had rocked the former welterweight and middleweight Champion with a stunning right to the jaw in the fourth round and was out boxing the grim new yorker at this stage. But when the wide Cut on the Kitten s left Eyebrow was the Brawl was Over and got himself tossed out of the game along with Murcer and Oyler. Television had influence on pro Grid realignment the pro new York apr a c a k of pvt a y Xvi m i i i uht i inc it it a i w vow a mrs a a w i from behind to Heil yanks who has t lost his a Paltin Pich he Hen sins de Pire Russ Goetz and argued that i from behind to beat i. A key or had he ban the collision at second. Goetz thumbed him out and Rice the senior Umpire had to step Between them before escorting Houk to the dugout. Talbot Low bridged Pattin with two out in the pilots third drawing a warning from Rice and when Fernandez piled into Mcnertney in a futile attempt to score in the fourth players streamed off both benches again. But no punches were thrown and there were no further Inci i dents As Pattin breezed to his j fifth Victory against one loss j and the yanks stumbled to their j fifth straight setback. Jay Johnstone drove in one run with a sacrifice Fly and set up another with one of his two doubles leading the Angels past the senators who have dropped six in a Row. Relief Pitcher Fred Talbot football realignment for 1970 Drew a warning from Umpire John Rice for knocking Down was a major step toward equalizing the television packages Seattle hurler Marty Pattin it a i that commissioner Pete Rozelle the Bottom of the third and we a try peddle this summer. Catcher Frank Fernandez a1-1 _. Or the National conference inmost triggered another Donny clouding 13 of the current nil teams still will have the Edge in Brook in the fourth by Bowling opened in the fifth and Wood i Over pilots receiver Gerry l0 television markets with Sev streamed from the Gash grif Mcnertney on a play at the of of he of however a a with took charge and dominated plate. _ shares two of them new York the fight from then on. Referee Arthur Mercante and judge Tony Castellano each had Griffith the Winner in rounds 8-4 while judge Johnny Dran had it 9-3 for Griffith. The associated press card had Griffith in front 8-4. Quot it was Griffith All the Way a said Benvenuti who took the title from Emile a second time we hip Ria Here 14 months ago. Quot he would wean essay while the yanks and pilots battled at Seattle the California j Angels scraped past Washington ready to go the annual a a a world service track and Field meet for area fifth and sixth Grade boys and girls was held at Goeppinger Field saturday. Several Hundred youngsters including Young athletes from the Ogden United Community and Madrid school districts participated. These fifth Grade boys Are lining up for the 75-Yard dash. They Are l to r Ryan Thompson of United Rodney Beaman of Garfield Paul Udorvich of Madrid Robert Pink or. Of Bryant and Greg Gio Freddi of Madrid. Pink was the Winner. News Republican sports photo by to Kelley i and san Francisco Oakland with the new american Confer a a. I ence which will be seen in five 3-2 at Anaheim in the Only other j hold world service meet the annual a a a world service track and Field meet was held j. C. Tourney Here a 4-team regional Junior col i lege baseball tournament will be held at memorial Park of equal importance to the1 Tom Murphy picked up his at Goeppinger Field saturday p. Re 1 third Victory in four decisions with area fifth and sixth Grad networks is the move of Cleve. ,. A a. I with eighth inning Relief he p land and Baltimore into the. A a v. J ageless Hoyt Wilhelm. Al oriented group because it j a Midwest provides Midwest interest which has been minimal and also adds punch to the Southern Market where the Baltimore have won even if Hayward was in a pm to i k not Cut Griffith looked slower world ack e res Colts once ruled the Roost. At 3 30 ., Centerville will1 rams obtain Bob Brown in Trade but him stronger since t fought scores Midwest league by the associated press Quincy 3. Clinton i Burlington 4, Quad cities it Cedar rapids 8 Wisconsin rapids i Decatur i Waterloo 0 Only games scheduled in other years a Chicago Bear fan who was looking for a game to watch when the bears the winners will meet at 7 30 were Home and he was in Means be ple Quot y Go against Mason City. In the finals wednesday night ers involved. In the fifth Grade boys shot put Keith Davis was first with a toss of 25-8%. Dave Nutt Doug Murtle Calvin Wirtz Todd Moorman and Nathan Hanson followed Davis in order. In the sixth Grade boys shot jump Bobby pebbles set a new record by Clearing 4-3. Doug Newell Todd Moorman Mike Phipps Dave Nutt and Mark Davidson followed in that order. In the sixth Grade boys High jump Marty Anglen was the Winner at 4-5 followed by Mike Moorman Mike Shreve Terry Prine Jeff Hampton and Tim Davis. In the fifth Grade girls Long Philadelphia a Bob Brown now is a Happy Man j put Marlin Clemens was first jump Robin Anders was the with 39-9. Clemens was followed by Tom Mcnace Parker Winters Day if rain wednesday. Interferes on up to twice the mileage of our Best Selling tires blacked out area had Little in i unhappiness for the los an admission will be charged and Terest in most Al offerings. 1 Geles rams opposition. Quot in a j the games will be played thurs a Quot hop ship in watch a s0 ecstatic i can hardly find i Bill Grivy Alan Campbell and Leveland or Bauml game a ads to describe my feelings Tom babe Rel. Presumably on another network. A a a lust great the 27 j in the fifth Grade girls soft when in Elle does Shoddie year old All National football Ball throw Dara Boelman ?., 1 league offensive tackle said ton honors with a throw of 75-6. For his new television contracts a a lop nun urn Willu 41 u1 a. Ii. I a / monday after the Philadelphia Tori Wirtz Mary Myers Ste he will be asking for More Mon-1 a i Lun other sizes ave table tee it slightly higher prices. E70-14 e70-15 g70-15 f70-14 f70-15 h70-15 g70-14 buy now on our easy pay plan a record setting heave of Winner at 9-11 followed by Sherry Stanley Marty Uigh Susan Reddish Robin Ugolini and Rene Nelson. In the sixth Grade girls Long jump it was Lori Smith at 11-11, Rhonda Buechler Melodee a Gen Cindy Pfrimmer Christine in i mull. Bregar and Theresa simmer in by than the current deals the .t0 the rams j Phanie Steward Chris Brundage j that order. Al gets $36 million for five in a five player Deal. Along with the 6-foot-4, 295-1 and Delight Davidson followed. Years or about $7.2 million a Yum la �?~7. In the sixth Grade girls soft year the nil gets $18 million Pound Neman often called the Ball throw a new record was la year. All contracts expire with Best in the Bir siness the eagles j r sent cornerback Jim Nettles to the end of the 1969 season. Pts r amp w tire and appliance 824 Keeler Boone or. I i tic Vuin ou8de brought to you by the merchants listed below Duffy a offer the Only 3 year warranty on color picture tubes no Money Down. Only 12.50 per month. Established As Brenda Clark threw 112-% Belle Cowles the television proceeds per ithe ilams11 in Retus or tackle Kim Paulson Laurie Aquilani club average about $800,000 to Joe. Car0.��?T Guand Dan Chudyj Lois Benningsdorf and Melisa Al teams and $1.2 million to defensive Back Irv followed. Nil teams. To raise All clubs to1 the eagles reacted quickly i in the fifth Grade boys High the $1.2 million level the new a or Brown told them monday contract would have to Call for Rooming he wanted to be Trad unil c an additional $4 million. De he had Siven general Man Howk Norris of s i presumably the networks now age Pete Retzlaff a Trade me aug it gig drops to i holding the rights Abc for the i or Cise a til atom. A a a a Al and lbs for nil will be Bro a sad is Rej Usai to play .198, indians lag contacted by Rozelle before any a sixth season with the eagles other network is approached. Iwas personal a but he Cleveland a Hopes the new Hughes sports net-1 Tiabo ate that Ken Harrelson would lift a i have no intention of airing the Cleveland indians out of my grievances a Brown told their slump have not been Ful newsmen after talking to ret filled As he tries to break out of Zilaff a former teammate. Quot i a slump of his own. Want to leave without re Crimi the inc Jans had Only one Vic nations just As quietly As Possi a try in nine games in their u worst Start in years when they very acquired the 1967 american and 1 j league runs batted in Champion in the fifth Grade boys Long jump Allan Knudsen was first at 11-81/2 followed by Danny Little Ronnie Tesdahl Mark Davidson Brad Huntington and Steve Duncan. Larson Carol Bentley and Lori Wirtz. In the fifth Grade boys 50, Doug Newell was the Winner in 8.4 followed by Rick Byriel Robert Pink jr., Mike Phipps Kevin Ford and Jeff Wisecup. In the sixth Grade girls 50, it was Leann Ahrens in 8.1, Jodi Jones Nancy Neely Cathy Knight Gayla Godwin and Theresa simmer. In the fifth Grade girls 75 Yard dash it was Tammie Chiles in 12.9 followed by Rene Nelson Carol Bentley Pamela Meadows Chris Brundage and Paula Nystrom. In the fifth Grade boys 75, it j was Robert Pink or. In 11.8 Fol Lowed by Paul Udorvich Tim j Gio Freddi Greg Gio Freddi i Doug Shreve and Bobby poppies. In the sixth Grade girls 75, it was Jody Knight in 10.8, Leann Ahrens Laurie Aquilani Lingren Mary Swalla and Cindy Walters. In the sixth Grade boys 75, it was Dan Westberg in 11.2, in the sixth Grade boys Long Ricky Isolini Chris Lyness jump Kevin Hester set a new i Doug Frazier Patrick Good and Mark of 13-814 Joe Ankenbaur j Neil Saunders. Work formerly sports network could be a dark horse contender Charles Mcfarlane David Eastlund Nei Saunders and Mike Latta followed. In the fifth Grade girls 50-Yard dash Tammie Chiles was the Winner in 8.7 followed by Nancy in the sixth Grade boys 100-Yard dash it was Fred Reinhardt in 13.1, Jim Lilly Bill Grivy Richard Brown and Doug Frazier. Reinhardt established a new record in the or. Reedholm hardware inc. Radios and to sets sales and service Antenna installation 705 Story 432-2745 Retzlaff said he was pleased with the Trade guess Bob Brown was the eagles no. I draft Choice in 1964. He signed for a reported $100,000 Bonus out i of Nebraska where he was an 1 All american. He was the a Fly a Rookie of the year in i from the Boston red sox in a six player Swap april 19. Acquisition of the Boston slugger caused a surge of Hope in the breast of Many a Cleveland fan and manager Alvin dark stated that Harrelson is the kind Westberg Lori Jensen Margie event. Cards whip la., 6-2 Gibby stars at Bat on Mound 1964, was All nil in 1955 and t. A a 1956 and played in the pro bowl0 of we take a Quot f Eam in 1966 and 1967. To to 1 Kent to who to r h a \ Nel 5 a a it notes color tuesday May 13, is 3 00 dark shadows 3 30 the Lone Ranger 4 00 Dennis the menace 4 30 leave it to Beaver 4 55 Iowa report 5 00 Abc evening news 5 30 pre dinner theatre in generation Gap too ii the texan i 30 mod squad 7 30 it takes a thief 8 30 Nype 9 00 that a lift 10 00 news final 10 30 Joey Bishop show wednesday May 14. In 7.00 frontiers 7 30 Lassie and Timmie 8 00 Robin Hood 8 30 Jack Lalanne too magic windows Betty Lou 9 30 to school time in this our country ii exploring the world of science 10 00 route 66 Hoo bewitched 11 30 funny you should ask 11 55 the children a doctor 12 00 noon report 12 30 lets make a Deal 1 00 t Ruth or consequences 1 30 dating game 2 00 general Hospital 2 30 one life to live 3 00 dark shadows 3 30 the Lone Ranger 4 of Dennis the menace 4 30 leave it to Beaver 4 55 Iowa report 5 00 Abc evening news 5 30 pre dinner theater a time Tunnel 8 30 undersea world of Cousteau sunken treasure 7 30 Kirg family a kit Abc wednesday night movie Quot the great Sioux a sacred a 10 00 news final to 30 Joey Bishop show Channel 8 a a denotes color tuesday May 13. Ims Art Linkletter a House party Merv Griffin show Mike Douglas 5 30 lbs evening news 6 00 streamlined news 6 30 Lancer 7 30 red Skelton 8 30 Doris Day show 60 minutes streamlined news Paul Harvey comments a Playboy after dark Quot Hugh Hefner Host in Carollo and Chuy the eagles get a pair of sturdy veterans. Cross is an sex Eagle being considered for an assistant coaching Job with the team. Carollo 28. 6-foot-2 and 225 pounds came to the rams As a a pm cats second draft Choice from notre and turn it right around sixteen games later the indians have a 4-21 record for an j by if associated press Bob Gibson had a perfect game but he wont go Down on the list with Don Larsen Jim Bunning and Sandy Koufax. The reason is simple Larsen Bunning and Koufax pitched their perfect games Pitcher Gibson batted his. Intentionally walked Huntz with two out loading the bases and Gibson followed with a two run single increasing the cardinals Lead to 3-0. The Pitcher led off the seventh with a single and scored then walked in the eighth and stole second. In the sixth Grade girls 440-relay, the team of Linda Mickle Jody Knight Cathy Knight and Brenda Clark finished first in 64.1 followed by the team of Debbie Peterson Vicki Maxwell Belle Cowles and Mary Swalla. The winning team set a new meet record. In the fifth Grade boys 440-relay, the team of Dan Hull Jim Weber Jim Anderson and David Fisher set a new record with a 64.9 clocking. The foursome of Larry Sarver Danny Little Luvern Burke and Paul Udorvich finished second with the team of Weber klute Strain and hading third. In the sixth Grade boys 440-relay, the team of Mike Hill Rick Carper Jim Lilly and Mark Stone were the winners in 63.4, followed by the team of Tim Davis Steve Van Pelt Dennis Sesker and Lance Walker. The team of Jeff Hampton Danny Curnes Rick Isolini anti Richard Brown took third with the team of Kenny Samson Chris Lyness Donald Duncan and Kevin Hester fourth. In the fifth Grade girls 220-Yard relay the team of Marty Ghighi Robin Ugolini Sherry Stanley and Mary Myers took first place in 36.0. In the sixth Grade girls 220-relay, it was the quartet of Connie Nolan Melodee Fagen Cindy Pfrimmer and Melisa Huffman in 33.5, followed by the unit composed of Chris Bass Cindy Walters Nancy Neely and Mandy Kirby. Coming Home third was the team of Debbie Dimmitt Sharon Johnson Deborah Steinke and Susan Bennick. The fourth place team was composed of Jolynn Dorenbush Lois Benningsdorf Kathy Lentz and Janice my Steve i Vicker. .too1 3 30 4 30 too 10 15 10 45 10 50 wednesday May 14, 1969 6 25 pastors study 6 30 Sunrise semester 7 00 Joseph Benti news 7 30 Bill Riley s breakfast club 8 00 Captain Kangaroo 9 00 Lucy show 9.30 Mary Brubaker show i 10 00 Andy of m a Berry i 10 30 Dick Van Dyke 11 00 love of life 11 25 news Joseph Benti i 11 30 search for tomorrow 12 00 news George Wylie i 12 15 weather Russ Van Dyke 12 20 news George Wylie 12 30 As the world turns 1 00 love is a Many Splendore thing 1 3ft the guiding Light i 2 00 the secret storm i 2 30 the Edge of night 3 00 the Linkletter show 3 30 Merv Griffin 4 30 Mike Douglas show 5 30 lbs evening news 6 00 streamlined news 6 30 Glen Campbell hour 7 30 Good Guys 8 00 Beverly Hillbillies 8 30 Green acres 9 00 Hawaii five-0 10 00 streamlined news 10 30 Paul Harvey comments 10 35 Channel 8 theater Quot live fast die Young Quot 12 00 Signoff news Channel is a denotes color tuesday May 13, 1969 3 00 match game 3 25 news Prosser 3 30 floppy show 4 of Early show Quot Willie amp Joe Back at the front dealing for dollars 5 30 Huntley Brinkley 6tio&Quot pm report 6 30 Jerry Lewis 7 30 Julia 8 00 tuesday night at the movies Quot the Pink panthers 10 15 pm report 10 45 tonight show Dame in 1962. He has n0,1 with a .239 average and now it missed a game in seven years at los Angeles. Chuy 27, 6-1, and 225, from j and four runs batted in in 45 at Clemson also is in his eighth bats since donning a Cleveland nil year. He was hampered by in orm injuries in 1966-67. A a i the Haw says the team Nettles from Clemson 5-10, slurp bothers him More than 177, has been in the nil four own the St. Louis Ace collected incredible .160 average and the three singles and a walk in four pm pm going to run a said Gib Hawk is battling to climb out of times at Bat monday night As son it referring to the first base a slump during which his Bat the cardinals Defeated los an Man Ron fairly a playing off Ting average has dropped 41 8eles 6-2. Bag Ltd done to believe in that in the Only other National stuff about being four league games Pittsburgh edged san Francisco 4-3 and Chicago topped san Diego 2-0. Quot in be had four hits in a game before but i done to think i Ever had a perfect night a Gibson said. Quot i should remember something like that but i Harrelson came to the indians is Down to .198. He has had seven hits including one Homer a anytime they play behind runs ahead and you play Nice. Four runs Isnit that much of a it was for him though As he scattered seven hits for his fourth Victory against two defeats. He also tied a major league record in the seventh in.,. J i neg when he struck out three the 33-year-old night handed Dod n no h 11 tin r tire a in i Kir Ama n a to a i i n 1 a in the fifth Grade boys 220-relay, a new record of 31.6 was established by the team of Jim Weber Jeff Wisecup Rick Byriel and Jud Fisher Fred Gio Freddi Tim Gio Freddi Mark Lombardi and Brad Huntington teamed for second place and third place honors went to the team of Ray Merrill Kevin Ford Allan Knudson and Jerry Phipps. Fourth place went to the team of Steve Hull David novotney Nathan Hanson and Doug Murtle. In the sixth Grade boys 220-relay, the team of Lance Walker Mark Moorman Dennis Sesker and Steve Van Pelt finished first in 30.7 with the foursome of Jeff Hes Teller Pat Good Randy Stumbo and Fred Reinhardt be years. He played out his option last season with the eagles. Wednesday May 14, 1969 7 00 today show 8 25 news Orngard 8 30 today show 9 00 it takes two 9 25 Abc news 9.30 concentration 10 00 personality 10 30 Hollywood squares 11 00 jeopardy 11 30 eve guess 11 55 Abc news 12 00 noon news 1215 cartoons 12 30 movie Quot Dawn at Socorro 1 55 Pat Valentine 2 00 another world 2.30 you done to say 3 00 match game 3 25 news 3 30 floppy show 4 00 Early show Quot Bernadine dealing for dollars 5.30 Huntly Brinkley 6 00 pm report 6 30 the virginian 8 00 Kraft music Hall 9 00 the outsider 10 00 pm report 10 30 tonight show standings National league East division Vav. L. Pct. . Seat belts save lives Chicago 21 la .565 _ Pittsburgh 17 13 .567 3 new York 14 16 .467 6 Philadelphia 12 15 .444 6>a St Louis 13 18 .419 71/2 Montreal la 17 .393 8 West division Manta 2ft it .690 _ los Angele it 18 12 600 2 a san Francisco 17 13 .567 3 is Cincinnati 13 16 .448 7 san Diego 15 1ft .441 i la Houston la 23 324 111 j american league East division Vav. L. Pct. Go. Baltimore 22 la .667 _ Boston 1ft 1ft .655 i Washington 16 17 .485 6 Detroit 13 15 .464 6 j new York 12 20 .375 9v4 Cleveland 4 21 .160 14 West division Minnesota is 9 .667 _ Oakland 19 to .655 _ Chicago 12 la 527 4 Kansas City. 15 14 .517 4 Seattle 12 17 414 7 California to 17 .370 8 Quot if the team was winning it a Quot each of the ast tw0 world would t bother me a Harrelson Senes started has perfect same said monday night As the indians who were Idle monday prepared to take off for Kansas City. Quot when they re losing. That Maizes it doubly hard to i take. Cond. Third went to the team hitter who has hit one Home run wifi lev Vir Home a for los of Dan Quot a a Ich. Gary Udor Angeles in the eighth. The pirates rallied for two runs in with a single in the third. In the fourth Claude Osteen Vich Ronald Enestrom and Randy Cox and fourth went to Oaks take first the seventh tying the i the team a Mike Drees per a giants 3-3, then won in the ninth on Ertan e he fran and on Al Oliver s run scoring sin-1 Dave Boley _ Gle. Quot we done it get paid for extra planning a night out Omaha neb., apr the innings and i done to like them a a a in a working As hard Ashu Iowa Oaks got Back on top of said the Rookie whose hit drove1 i i Manly possible to break out of the american association with in Richie Hebner. The slump. When this happens you be got la innings monday night. To work a club aide confirmed also a Rookie Hebner had a 14-10 Victory Over Omaha in four hits in the game including the Oaks went one half game a run scoring triple in the Sev j that ahead of former Leader Omaha tenth. He now is the second Lead j i Harrelson has been taking so the game was tied at 10-10 ing hitter in the league with a i much extra batting practice he at the end of nine innings. .392 average. Developed blisters on his hands. It remained so until the Lith Ferguson Jenkins pitched Ai Quot he had to Wear two batting when Rene Lacheman hit a five hitter and drove in the Only gloves in a game the other Day 385-foot Homer followed by a run he needed against san die the blisters were so bad a Public two run Homer off the Bat of go. The run came in the second i Cist de Uhas reported. Allan Lewis. The final Oak inning As Jenkins grounded into a maybe another week and ill run of the game and the inning a Force play following singles by be out of it a Harrelson said came As Joe Rudi got his 32nd hopefully. Season Rel try one of these Fine Boone area restaurants Mccaskey s restaurant for noon Day lunches and breasted Chicken not pre cooked Randy Hundley and Al Spangler Choice steaks a sea food and a walk to Adolfo Phillips. 716 Story Boone 432-1675

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