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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Brazil, Indiana Tuesday july 18, 1v0/the Brazil daily times Brazil. Indiana. Page five. The times sports Mccarver bats cards Over new York 6-4 by Joe Carnicelli up sports writer one taste of the world series was All tim Mccarver needed. Now he seven willing to forsake the National league batting title for another crack. Mccarver lashed four singles in four appearances monday night to help the league leading st Louis cardinals to a 6-4 Victory Over the new York mets and moved into the leagues batting leadership with a .356 average four Points better than Houston a Rusty staub. But Mccarver s interests run beyond a batting championship. A for me to Lead the league in hitting is out of reach a said Mccarver. A a in be been flirting with .300 since in be been in the majors but i be never made it. Anyway i d rather Bat .240 and win the Pennant than hit .340 and finish out of it. Shooting for series a i got a taste of the world series in 1964.�?� explained the Cardinal Catcher a and now i new coach Detroit up Fern Fla Man former All Star defense Jan with the Boston Bruins was named coach of the fort Worth wings of the Central professional hockey league it was announced monday. Player switch Chicago up a the Chicago cubs announced monday they had recalled outfielder first baseman Clarence Jones from their Tacoma farm club and had sent Down Catcher first baseman John Boccabella to the Pacific coast league team. Can to get enough of it. Its everything its built up to be and with the score tied 1-1 in the fourth inning monday night Mccarver hit his second single and Mike Shannon who drove in four runs followed with a two run Homer. In the fifth. Mccarver a third straight hit move Roger Maris who had singled to third and Shannon brought him in with a sacrifice Fly. Elsewhere in the National league Chicago edged san Francisco 4-3, Atlanta downed Pittsburgh 6-2 and Cincinnati trimmed Philadelphia 8-5 in the Only games scheduled. Orioles top yanks in american league action. California blanked Minnesota 2-0, Boston routed Detroit 7-1, Baltimore beat new York 6-1 and Washington nosed out Cleveland 4-2. Billy Williams singled in starting Pitcher Rich Nye with the eventual winning run in the top of the ninth inning and Chuck Hartenstein choked off a ninth inning rally with a runner on third to give the cubs their third straight Triumph Over the giants. Hartenstein came in in the ninth to retire Pinch hitter Willie Mccovey on an infield out to end the game and record his sixth save. Vada Pinson a fourth straight hit an eighth inning double broke a 5-5 tie and Tony Perez followed with a two run triple to Power the reds Over the Phillies. Felipe aloud a second career grand Slammer in the sixth inning powered the braves Over the pirates. Major league standings by United press International american league w. L. Pet. Go Chicago 50 37 .575minnesota 49 38. 563 1 Poston 46 40 .535 3v2 Detroit 45 41 .523 4 California 48 44 .522 4% Baltimore 42 46 .477 8 Cleveland 42 47 .472 9 Washington 42 47 .472 9 new York 39 48 .448 11 Kansas City 37 52 .404 14 mondays results California 2 Minnesota 0 Boston 7 Detroit 1 night Baltimore 6 new York 1 night Baltimore 6 new York 1 night Washington 4 Cleveland 2 night today a probable pitchers All times Edt new York Downing 10-5 at Cleveland o Donoghue 4-2 7 30 . Washington Pascual 8-6 at Detroit Wilson 10-8 8 . Boston Lonborg 12-3 at Baltimore Mcnally 6-5 8 . Minnesota Kaat 8-9 at Kansas City Nash 9-9 8 . Chicago Peters 11-4 at los Angeles Clark 7-6 11 . Wednesdays games new York at Cleveland night Washington at Detroit night Boston at Baltimore night Minnesota at Kansas City night Chicago at California night big savings anniversary Sale still going on look at this a men s shoes Only s2 Brazil store of values National league w. L. Pet. Go st. Louis 52 36 .591chicago 50 38. 568 2 Cincinnati 50 41 .549 3v2 Atlanta 46 39 .541 46 san Francisco 47 42 .528 5v2 Pittsburgh 42 42 .500 8 Philadelphia 41 43 .488 9 los Angeles 36 50 .419 15 Houston 36 52 .409 16 new York 34 51 .400 16va mondays results Chicago 4 san Francisco 3 Atlanta 6 Pittsburgh 2 night Cincinnati 8 Philadelphia 5 night st. Louis 6 new York 4 night Only games scheduled today a probable pitchers Houston Belinsky 2-4 at new York Hendley 3-18 . Los Angeles Singer 3-4 and Sutton 6-10 at Philadelphia Wise 4-7 and Ellsworth 2-4 or g. Jackson 2-3> 2, 6 05 . San Francisco Marichal 12-8 and Gibbon 3-1 at Pittsburgh Blass 3-3 and Sisk 7-7 2, 6 06 . St. Louis Carlton 7-6 at Cincinnati Maloney 7-5 8 . Atlanta Cloninger 3-4 at Chicago Jenkins 11-7 2 30 . Wednesdays games Houston at new York 2 los Angeles at Philadelphia night san Francisco at Pittsburgh night st. Louis at Cincinnati night Atlanta at Chicago today a sports Parade by Milton Richman up sports writer new York up they worry a Little about Fritz Peterson. They worry if he Sall right or if there a anything they can do for him. What makes them worry Are some of the things Fritz says which Are nearly too Good to be True. For example he pitches his heart out gets every bad break in the world and loses his first eight games without even winning one. Then when he finally does he tells everybody a i did no to deserve that a a Fine Way for a 25-year-old Yankee Pitcher to talk. That a a Fine Way for any Pitcher to talk its just not done in big league circles. But that a not All. Fritz was Only warming up. He goes out last Friday night Blanks the indians 2-0, with a right Nice five hitter to make his season record 2-and-8, and then comes in and says a i was Kinda Lucky. A Lotta Good plays were made behind he s for real those who done to know Fritz Peterson would think he a putting them on. Those who do know him know he a for real. They know he can pitch they know he a got guts and they know he a so modest you a never believe. Above All they know he never gives up. There was a spell while he was 0-and-8 when he might have been tempted to. The Yankees did no to score a run for him during a stretch of 35 2-3 innings and there Are some pitchers who you might have had to keep away from tall Bridges by then. Not Peterson t though. A the Way things were going i i did no to expect Many runs a he said. A a just tried to hold Mem Down the Best i everybody has a breaking Point though and Fritz came close to his last month during a game with the tigers which the Yankees lost. It was bad enough that Peterson was Kafoed in the third inning but the blow that almost sunk him was a tremendous triple with the bases full by Detroit Pitcher Hank Aguirre the same fellow who once advertised himself As a the worst hitter who Ever a that was the lowest in be Ever been in my life a Fritz remembers. A i done to even want to think about it anymore that show bad it was. I came into the clubhouse Here sat Down in front of my locker and honestly thought they were Gonna Send me the Yankees were going to do nothing of the sort. They be got pretty Good memories. They remember Peterson won 12 games As a Rookie for them last season and was their Best Pitcher most of the year. They done to forget that fast. Houk has Confidence Ralph Houk did something else after that game with Detroit. He called Fritz into his office the next Day. A first of All sit Down on that chair Over there and relax a said Houk. A i done to want you to worry about anything because in a not worried at All about you. I know you can pitch. I know because you be done it. Next time you go out there just pretend its the beginning of the season. Forget what happened before but keep trying. Things will Houk was right. Things did change. For the worse. Peterson was 0-and-4 at the time and although he went out and pretended it was the beginning of the season the hitters still kept beating his brains in by such one sided scores As 3-2, 1-0, 2-0 and 3-0. A i began to wonder if id Ever win a game a says Fritz. A i Ever imagine i finally he did on july 9 when he was credited with a Victory after a 12-3 inning Relief Job against the orioles during a game in which Dooley Womack also relieved Peterson. A it did no to even feel like a he says. A i was Lucky and it did no to seem right i should get it because Dooley had to relieve me. Actually i did no to deserve Here a a Guy who loses eight straight then finally wins one but does no to think its right because he did no to pitch 15 innings and the score Wasny to 1-0. See Why they worry a Little about Fritz Peterson. George May do it by Alan mow Chi Yalo up a Dpi by of a or cd a pop vex of Ftp Rosy pop Yupp up Xgo by by Wax a of Fri x/0� of set a a pay up re . Or a 7v� re Orr a Puy inca or Zzz for cot pm ctr a zip a of a Propp. A 6z pro mar a t pm Gepp of of up amp pm a to Cupp Opy pop pop of a yep a to Opp Porzl a inf a a by aug t nature by Idt Cau coaches Corner on football Young Bill Vukovich to drive in "500 los Angeles up Bill Vukovich jr., has been signed by Veteran Auto racing owner j c. Agajanian and partner Parnelli Jones to drive for Agajanian in the 1968 Indianapolis 500-mile race. Vukovich the 23-year-old son of the late 1953 and 1954 Indianapolis Winner will make his debut in the indy Type cars sunday july 23 in a championship Road race at raceway Park in Indianapolis. The Fresno calif., Driver who has been making a big name for himself in the midget and sprint cars on the West coast will drive the remainder of the 1967 season on the championship circuit. Agajanian scars have been winners twice in the 500-mile classic with Troy Ruttman in 1952 and Parnelli Jones in 1963. Agajanian hails Vukovich As one of the a great new talents in the sport. A the is far ahead of his late fathers skills at comparable stages of their Agajanian stated monday in announcing his selection of the 23-year-old Vukovich. Vukovich a father was killed at Indianapolis while leading near the end of the 1955 race. Hospital notes dismissals july 14 Penny Kay Smith 602 s. Grant Myra to Burch 808 e. Kru Zan Barbara Oberholtzer r. R. 2, Center Point Ronald Jones 1722 e. National Rilla a. Love 401 Jackson Clay City Marjorie Thomas r a 3, Brazil Catherine Ann Hyde r. R. 4, Brazil Nanck Thomas r. A 5, Brazil i july 15 each year As the month of july begins to draw to a close Many High school boys begin to get anxious for the beginning of the football season and practice. Football the fastest growing sport definitely presents a Challenge to the Young athlete who in the spirit of the american Way of life rises to accept the Challenge and do his Best. The most important thing about the beginning of the prac recreation program senior league tourney r. H. E. Angels .0 1 1 White sox .6 3 1 batteries Kaelber and Slack g. Pearce and r. Pearce. Kaelber 9 strikeouts. Pearce 9 strikeouts. Leading hitters Whalen Wil Lan Pearce Kalber 1 hit each. Midget league tourney r. H. E. Eagles. 8 4 4 orioles .12 4 2 batteries Morris and Howes Johnson and t. Springer. Leading hitters t. Springer . And double w. Parker h. R. Howes triple Sanders double. Junior league tourney r h. E. Dodgers .14 16 2 mets .13 17 5 batteries Douglas and Penman Anderson and Sanders. Leading hitters Sanders Anderson Reeves James Penman Bass Mcanich and Douglas 3 hits. Mets eliminated. Filtering chemicals Oak Ridge Tenn. Up Oak Ridge researchers seeking ways of taking Salt out of water have come up with what might be a new weapon in solution control. They have found that Small amounts of certain harmless chemicals added to a diluted Salt water solution form a thin film like filter when pumped through porous tubes. Bout cancelled _ Steubenville Ohio in a the scheduled lightweight bout Between Doug agin and Frankie Narvaez on saturday was cancelled monday when agin suffered a Chest injury during a workout. New Leader Cincinnati up Kathy Whitworth replaced Susie Maxwell As the leading Money Winner on the ladies professional Golf association tour monday by virtue of Triumph in sunday s pea championship. Dee season August 15, is that every aspiring athlete be in the Best possible physical condition. There in Only one Way to get physically Tough and ready and that is to work at it daily with a lot of running and exercise. Perhaps one of the most critical body areas to work on which is Many times neglected is the neck. By using bridging exercises or isometric the neck can be increased in size and strength. Unless the body is conditioned prior to the beginning of practice it is More Likely that injuries May occur. Also with the Short time from the beginning of practice to the first game there Are a lot of phases of the game to cover that the Man who is not in condition can not take due to his fatigued condition. Parents of High school boys going out for football this year Are urged to see that their son gets plenty of sleep each night from now on. It is difficult for the Well rested individual to go through pre season practice but the boy that has had improper resting habits through the summer will probably not continue through to the first game. Normally parents Are to be commended for the Fine cooperation received in their encouragement i of the Overall training program.1 this year the local Grinders j Brazil red devils will be Cap-1 trained and very capably by seniors John Hickey and Bob Ruble. John is one of the finest defensive ends in the area and also did a Fine Job As a Back up quarterback last season. Ruble on the other hand is a guard on offence and a very rugged defensive linebacker. Bob was voted to the All Wabash Valley Honor team As a Junior. These boys should provide some very outstanding leadership and will certainly receive help from some of the other returning veterans. Hickman resigns Post at Louisville Louisville. Tkv. Up University of Louisville basketball coach Bernard Peck Hickman handed in his resignation monday after coaching the cardinals 23 years. The University a athletic Council accepted the resignation and unanimously recommended assistant coach John Dromo As Hickman a successor. Hickman will remain As head of the athletic department. He left on a two week vacation last week and was unavailable for comment. Dromo also coach of the cardinals freshman team had the approval of University president Philip Davidson. Hickman 55, had been reported considering resigning for the last few years. Davidson said the Job of athletic director has become a full time Job with the expanded football and swimming programs. In 23 years Hickman amassed 444 wins and 183 losses which puts him in the ranks of the top coaches in the country. He led the cardinals to Victory in the National association of intercollegiate athletics tournament in 1948. And the National invitational tournament in 1956. Foreign Auto makers balk at exhaust control Detroit up starting with the 1968 models of new cars there May be a lot of foreign car name plates missing from the american Market. It has nothing to do with the new Auto safety regulations but Frieda Clyburn a pm e. Me-1� another government Regula chanic imposed by the clean air Deanna Lynn Emory r. R i Eosel Anst do Bowling Green anal dec Uit of. Naus con Christina Reed Mavanell Nurs try i devices in 811 quot new cars ing Home this one regulation alone is a Audrey Morlan r r. 4 Bra major stumblin8 Block for Many ajl a foreign cars. Tana g. J. Stevens Carbon. Automotive news the Indus Anna m. Nav r r. 2, Coal by newspaper save at East 0 qty foreign manufacturers appear to , a is quot a a Edgar Meyers r. R. 1, Bra a a a amp so a is amp a a or i pm o j cars As meeting the emission my of Rev Aylor second st., standards. Without certification North Vernon. Lej. Ears cannot sow the Artensie Bloomfield 111 n. American Market the paper % y a a quotes Robert Van Der veer Emma b. Murdock 916 chief of the motor vehicle com r Oliance Laboratory of the a Norma Lee Harbaugh r. R. 2, tonal Center for air pollution Clay c to control As saying these makers july 16 have made no Effort to have their Linda Haddon r. R. 1, reels exhaust control devices certified. Van Der veer does identify the Larry Haddon r. R. 1, reels makers. He says some of the vice foreign manufacturers have in Howard Regan. Coal City quire about certification proce Alice Beddow 812 s. Morgan dures but have not been heard Brazil from again. Bonnie Engle and baby r. R. Automotive news says that i Greencastle among the foreign manufacture Bessie Lanam 28 n. Sycamore ers Only Toyota. Porsche. Nis James Hayes r. R. 1, Brazil san and Peugeot have so far been Ella Zumwalt r. R. 3, Brazil fully certified. Volkswagen by a far the largest foreign Man fac hands off Lincoln neb. Up a part of the High Cost of feeding the family lies directly with thoughtless shopping habits. Extension service specialists at the University of Nebraska say that the highest single Cost item in the retail merchandising of food is shoplifting and pilfering. This National problem can account for As much As two per cent of a stores total product turnover says mrs. Clara w. Leopold of the University. Also adding to food costs Are those shoppers guilty of scattering foods onto shelves where they done to belong handling fresh fruits and vegetables carelessly and adding to the spoilage problem and sampling products right from the shelves. Be particularly careful when walking along the Road and crossing it on foot Senate group holds hearings on Hartke housing proposal Washington up a pro posed amendment to the National housing act introduced by sen. Vance Hartke d-ind., is being considered this week Dur j ing hearings by a Senate sub committee. Hartke said his amendment would provide fed-1 eral mortgages directly to buyers of Homes who could not obtain financing because of racial discrimination. The hearings Are being conducted by the subcommittee on housing and Urban affairs of the Senate banking and currency committee. Hartke said his measure would affect thousands of negro gis returning from Vietnam and seeking Home ownership. He said his proposal would authorize the Federal National mortgage association to provide special assistance for the financing of Home purchases and housing construction a for persons otherwise denied or discriminated against because of race color religion or National a this Bill will go a Long Way a Hartke said a toward providing negro and other minority group families with a Clear alternate resource for construction and mortgage local students attend music Camp at up a record enrolment of 510 midwestern High school Bondsmen and Baton twirlers was reported monday at this weeks 13th annual summer music Camp at Purdue University. Those attending from the Brazil area were Mary Parkins Baton daughter of or. And mrs. Marvin Parkins r. A 4. Brazil Karen Oliver French Horn daughter of or. And mrs. Char a Les Oliver r. R. 2, Brazil mar Thane Summers Baton daughter of or. And mrs. John Summers Carbon Susie Evans a j ton daughter of Xor. And mrs. Nelson Evans r. R. 5, Brazil j Michaelyn Whitmarsh Baton daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Whitmarsh of Harmony and Janie Barr Baton daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth Barr r. R. 3, Brazil. About 360 instrumentalists were auditioned and assigned to one of seven Camp bands for rehearsals and a series of weekend concerts. Four main bands of symphonic scale numbering about 90 players each have two hour rehearsal sessions twice each Day besides additional one hour sessions by instrumental sections. Some of the campers also have been assigned to one of three stage bands of 17 to 18 pieces. The Honor band of top musicians will Start the concert series at 7 30 . Thursday at slay ter Center of performing arts playing under direction of Richard Bowles director of University of Florida bands. The Camp was established in 1954 by prof. A1 g. Wright director of Purdue bands. In his Turer probably will be certified before the required Date. Van Der veer says most of the 10 foreign firms expected to drop out of the american Market Are Low volume luxury cars. Certification of cars is not a simple thing. In the initial test for performance the test for each car takes Only about 17 minutes of actual test time starting with a cold engine. But there Are two parts to the full compliance test. And in one part each company must run a maximum of 10 durability test cars for 50,000 Miles and these cars must be representative of at least 70 per cent of the company a sales. This 50.000-mile test establishes the so called deterioration rate at which the car s emissions of unburned hydrocarbon and Carbon monoxide increase. The durability test part usually takes about six months. The other part of the test consists of running an emission Check on each car after it has been run 4.000 Miles. At that Point the car is considered to be just about broken in. This is a sort of starting Point. These cars must meet the regulation by limiting unburned hydrocarbon emissions to 275 parts per million in the exhaust gases with Carbon monoxide limited to m per cent of the exhaust. By comparing this performance with a similar test Given a company a 10 other cars that have been run a total of 50.000 Miles the examiners can determine by Extension or extrapolation what a cards rate of emission should be at 50,000 or 100,-000 Miles. Similar regulations will control 1969 production. But then for 1970, As automotive news puts it it will be a whole new Ball game. The exhaust emission requirements will be much tougher. Go to Church sunday absence this years Camp is directed by his assistant Maxine Lefever. Slow Down ninety per cent of All classified ads must be in All accidents Are caused by the office on or before 11 a. M. I speeding cars. On the Day of publication. Pass the plate san Francisco up half the u. S. Population will have some form of periodontal disease or be toothless before passing the age of 45, veterans adminis j traction researchers estimate. 13th annual state tractor pull District elimination contest . Park Clay City tuesday july 25 and wednesday july 26 entry fees $5.00 per Driver 80% of All entry foes returned As prizes if its for Sale advertise it. Lunch will to served on grounds by vow auxiliary net responsible in Case of accidents general admission 25c for further information Call Clay City vow. 939-2707. Or Harold Cordell. 939-2490 Kidd insurance agencies Ltd insurance in and forms a 3 is n. Walnut st. Dial 446-2201

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