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Centralia Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 22, 1968, Centralia, Illinois Centralia Iii Santinac monday july 22, 1968 Niep s notes by Bill Niepoetter Mays at first a san Francisco giant Willie Mays Waits and stretches for teammate Hal lancers throw to first base to put out Houston Astro Dennis Menke la in the seventh inning of the second game played at candlestick Park sunday. Astro first base coach 3 Mcgaha watches the action. Mays played first base for the giants the first time he has played anywhere except Outfield since 1964. Regular first baseman Willie Mccovey sat out the game with an injured knee. Astros took the first game 2-1. Giants won the second 6-1. A wire photo. St. Louis shutouts mets get from aces by the associated press Jerry Koosman split a pot with Bob Gibson when the new York mets stacked the deck at St. Louis. And Jim Mcandrew got caught in the shuffle. Gibson hurled his 10th consecutive Victory and seventh shutout sunday As the cardinals spoiled Mcandrews a major league pitching debut by shading new York 2-0 in the first game of a doubleheader. Koosman deliberately held out of a direct confrontation with Gibson then pitched the mets to a 1-0 Victory setting a club shutout record in the process and Matching the St. Louis aces 13-5 season Mark. Mcandrew who battled Gibson to a standoff until Bob Tolan tagged an inside the Park Homer in the sixth inning Wasny to around to see met manager Gil Hodges gambit pay off in a split with the National league leaders. The mets returned the 24-year-old right hander to their Jacksonville farm club after the first game. Second place Atlanta bowed to Pittsburgh 6-0 and fell love games behind the cardinals. The Cincinnati reds slugged Philadelphia 12-6 for their fourth straight Triumph and climbed into a third place tie with the Phillies and san Francisco giants a 13 games off the Pace. The giants divided a twin Bill with Houston dropping the opener 2-1 in to innings and taking the Nightcap 6-1. Chicago cuffed los Angeles 7-2 in a single game. Gibson unbeaten since May 23, scattered seven hits and struck out 13 in outlasting Mcandrew under a blazing Sun at St. Louis. Koosman stayed at the head of the Metsy talented Young Mound staff with a Brilliant four hitter in the Nightcap. He struck out 12 on the Way to his fifth shutout a mets season Mark. New York nicked Nelson Briles 11-7, for the games Lone run in the sixth when Cleon Mays in from the Outfield t o play first base for the first time since 1954. He handled eight chances without a flaw. Billy Williams poled a pair of two run homers and delivered another run with a sacrifice Fly As the cubs trimmed the dodgers behind Bill hands 10-5, and reliever Phil Regan. Back in late May it was obvious Carlyle american legion baseball team had great potential. Now that that tournament time has rolled around the team looks even better. Yesterday the club smacked Centralia american legion 12-0 in the two loss and out Tournai in the two loss and o tournament. The tournament swings toward Eastern Illinois now. Carlyle coach vomit Lanter has Strong pitching steady defense and Good hitting. A couple of players Are from Nashville while others Are from Patoka and various Clinton county towns in addition to Carlyle. In yesterdays win Nashville a Rick Keller hit a major league Type Homer. It was a towering blast which cleared the Loftfield Fence More than 300 feet away. Fellow Nashville player Marty Kemper meanwhile did the hurling and mowed the losers Down. Centralia coach Fred Pearson bemoaned the fact he has not been Able to keep a team together this summer. Many of the boys work causing problems High school coaches Seldom face. The legion baseball program has some rules that Are hard to keep track of especially in the matter of picking up out of town players. Belleville always a powerhouse was nailed this week and booted out of the tournament action in its area. School attendance from the High schools which the boys attended cannot be More than a certain number and if a player is must be included. Belleville had players from the various Belleville schools and then added Stu Pugh Mascoutah standout. The legion gave them the Boot but Belleville has appealed the Case. That a almost like protesting in the major leagues. Games off All boys league Ball games Are off today in Centralia because of the annual St. Louis zoo trip. The schedule resumes tomorrow. Tigers on run the Detroit tigers ran into a few headaches the past weekend at the hands of the revitalized Baltimore orioles losing three of four. And with the tailspin the tigers saw their Lead dwindle to 5/�, a substantial number. In the National league the cardinals Are far ahead and on it by a Complete collapse will enable any team to make a run for it. It is hard to say if the cardinals Are so far Superior than other clubs or whether the remainder of the league is just mediocre. Pea tourney Julius Boros finished in first place in the pea tourney while Arnold Palmer and Bob Charles tied for second. Boros is 48, Palmer and Charles Are not too far behind both being termed Veteran golfers for Many years. The tournament certainly should have boosted the morale of All old timers. Palmer failed in another bid at the pea Crown but did climb Back into Contention in the Golf world by sharing second. In re chosen from another Community cent tournaments he failed to All schools Between the legion make the cutoff Date As Jack Home town and that other City j Nicklaus did in this tourney. Germantown takes 2 Aviston grabs Twibill botox players fined $500 each Boston apr two Boston red sox baseball players were fined $500 by the club for curfew violations and face court arraignment today on charges of being drunk. Third baseman Joe Foy 25, and Pitcher Juan Pizarro 31, were arrested at 3 . Sunday after their car and a taxi collided near Boston common. Police said Foy was driving. Manager Dick Williams suspended both players for the curfew violation. The curfew requires both players to be in bed by 12 30 . And within 2�?~/2 hours following night games. Both players were not at Fenway Park for sundays double header with Washington. This automatically Cost them a Days pay. Hit game in the 7-inning opener of a doubleheader Only to lose to Jones singled took second on an Aviston and Laverne Holtgrave the doubleheader whitewashing with a five hitter. In the Battle for first place Len Robben tossed a one hitter As Germantown took the opener. The Lone hit was Bill Beck Eros first inning single. Paul Jan yesterday Brede tossed a no-1 sen smacked a triple and a Dou ble to Lead the winners. In the Nightcap Frank Schlautmann went the distance for a 9-5 by Bill Niepoetter Bob Brede is not listed As a Pitcher on the new Baden baseball team in the Clinton county league. And today if he a a Little Happy about that situation no one can blame him. Silkwood Nursery service spraying. Trimming phone 532-2706 infield out and tallied on a single by j. C. Martin. Home runs by Willie Stargell Donn Clendenon and Jose Pagan propelled Pittsburgh a Steve Blass to his seventh straight Victory and gave the pirates a sweep of their three game set at Atlanta. Stargell got the pirates started with a three run first inning blast off Milt Pappas and Blass checked the braves on seven hits bringing his season record to 8-2. Lee May Jim Beauchamp and Pitcher Tony Cloninger belted homers and Leo Cardenas stroked a single double triple and sacrifice Fly Good for three rib As the reds buried Philadelphia under a 15-hit barrage. Cloninger went seven innings before giving Way to Relief Ace ted Abernathy and picked up Only his second Victory against five setbacks. Dick Simpsons run scoring single in the 10th sent the astros past the giants in the first game. Southpaw Mike Mccormick throttled the astros on six hits in the Nightcap while Rookie Bobby Bonds triggered san Francisco a attack with three hits. With Willie Mccovey nursing a knee injury in the second game the giants brought Willie starts wednesday a Southern Illinois Premier a Belleville Illinois file it be us the most Beautiful musical love Story Eyer Etc hand 1-0. In the Nightcap Brede pitched two innings of no hit Ball to Start the game before relinquishing the Mound duties to his brother Dave and Aviston went on to win 7-0. In other league games Germantown took a commanding Lead for first place with an 8-0 and 9-5 doubleheader sweep of second place Breese Beckemeyer smacked Carlyle 10-5 after losing wednesdays first game of the twin Bill 11-5 and Albers Kafoed Trenton 6-3 in a single game. Brede a no hitter was wasted As Holtgrave stopped new Baden on one hit As he struck out 13. The one run came in the final nning As Holtgrave walked moved to second when Don Rakers bunt was fielded and thrown late to second in an attempt to Nab Holtgrave. Another bunt followed and Brede a throw went soaring Over the first baseman a head and the run scored. In the Nightcap Tom lager drove in four runs with two singles As Rick Gerner completed k Eggers Orner Dave Guthrie led the Friday Church league with a 232-603 while Grover Cleveland smacked a 203-557. Gloria Mcdonald paced the women with 149-419. 7vr Vanessa Franco David Lionel Arris Redgrave Nero Hemmings Jeffries based on the play Callot both and lyrics Hak Jay Lerner music a Frederick Loewe queued by Moss Hart from the once and future King Quot by t h White produced by Jack i. Warner a ducted by Joshua Logan technicolor9 a pan avision9 from Warner arts j schedule of performances and prices one presentation Only each night at 8 . Friday amp saturday evenings $3.00 am other evenings .$2.50 matinees wednesdays saturdays amp sundays Only at 2 . A $2.00 Only capacity of theatre sold a no standing for reservations phone Adams 3-1220 tickets now at Box office or by Maili Centralia Roi i to 181 by St it in Hai la Iii now thru tues. If Mirisch corporation i Arkin inspector cd Liseau us color by deluxe panavisi0n United artist h2 great hits i win As Jansen hit a Homer and a triple and Stix Lampe posted two hits. Jack Placek banged out four hits and Abie Gonzalez and Jerry Peppenhorst had three each As Beckemeyer romped to its win Over a crippled Carlyle nine. Duane Zachry drove Home two Carlyle runs and John Kol Mer had three hits. In wednesdays first game of the twin Bill rain halted action in the seventh inning with Carlyle ahead 11-5. J. R. Potthast limited Trenton to six hits As the losers suffered their ninth loss in to games. Ben Johnson a triple was the big blow for the winners. Minor league by the associated press International league Syracuse 5-2, Rochester 1-1 Buffalo 10-9, Toledo 5-2 Columbus 1-0, Jacksonville 0-10 Richmond 3-6, Louisville 1-8 Pacific coast league Tulsa 8, Indianapolis 3 Denver 6-8, Tacoma 4-9 Portland 4-8, Spokane 3-2 okla. City 4, Vancouver 3, 2nd game postponed curfew Phoenix 2, san Diego i Hawaii 7, Seattle 0 saturdays results Pacific coast league Tacoma 3, Denver i Portland 5, Spokane 2 Tulsa 8, Indianapolis 2 san Diego at Phoenix postponed rain Vancouver 3-7, okla. City 0-3 Seattle 5, Hawaii 2 International league Buffalo 5, Toledo 4 Syracuse 5, Rochester 0 Richmond 4, Louisville 3 Columbus at Jacksonville postponed rain at Breese Ger town too too 304�? 8 to 2 Breese too too oooo 0 12 Robben and Van Atter. Haar and Becker Lampe. Second game Breese too 400 in 5 to 2 Ger town 303 003 a a 9 13 i Tewes Kellermann 6 and Lampe Becker. Schlautmann and Heidemann. Home run Germantown Jansen. At new a Den new Baden too too 0�? 0 14 Aviston too too in i of b. Brede and Odom. Holtgrave and Kuper. Second game Aviston 003 040 0�? 7 8 2 new Baden too too 0�? 0 5 4 Gerner and Kuper. B. Brede d. Brede 3 and Odom at Carlyle Beck Meyer 012 041 002�?10 15 2 Carlyle 200 010 200�? 5 to 2 t. Peppenhorst craycraft and Garcia. Zachry and Nottmeyer. Second game played wednesday Carlyle 202 430�? la 13 2 Beck Meyer 010 202�? 5 8 2 Cox and Wilton. T. Peppenhorst craycraft and Garcia. At Albers Trenton too 300 oooo 3 6 2 Albers Ooi 302 Fox a 6 9 i Goodwin Weil 4 and Wehrle. Potthast and Netemeyer. Standings St. Louis heat posed problem St. Louis apr the St. Louis cardinals and new York mets split a doubleheader sunday and the secret of both winning pitchers turned out to be the same Between innings they stretched out on the clubhouse floor to beat the heat. Bob Gibson in running his winning Streak to to in a Row with his seventh shutout trimmed the mets 2-0 in the first game. Bob Koosman out pitched Nelson Briles in the second game to collect a 1-0 Victory and had this to say about St. Louis muggy weather a a they a better turn off the oven next time i pitch Here. It was so humid i breath. Each inning i took time to take deep breaths. Then i would Lay Down on the clubhouse floor Between Gibson said he did the same As Koosman Between innings. Koosman 13-5 said of the cardinals a in this heat any games they win Here they Gibson 13-5 has Given up Only two runs in 83 innings. His record against the mets is now 20-3. An inside the Park Homer by Bobby Tolan in the sixth inning off starter Jim Mcandrew accounted for the cardinals first run and also accounted for Mcandrews a demise in his major league debut. The mets announced after the game that Mcandrew would be sent Back Down to their Jacksonville fla., farm club. Tolan belted the second run in the eighth when he whacked a double off Bill Connors to drive in Lou Brock who also had doubled. In the Nightcap a single by Cleon Jones in the sixth an infield out and a single by . Martin accounted for the Metsy run. Koosman allowed Only four hits and struck out 12, setting a club record of five shutouts in a season by a Lethander. Briles loss put him at la and 7. The cards Host Philadelphia tonight with Steve Carlton 9-5 going against the Phillies Woody Fryman 10-10. The eyes have it a Julius Boros eyes the pea National championship trophy in san Antonio yesterday while waiting for presentation ceremonies. Boros won the pea tournament with a 1-Over-Par 281 to take first prize Money of $25,000. A wire photo. Teams w l go Germantown 9 i _ Breese 6 3 2v2 Carlyle 6 4 3 Aviston 5 5 4 new Baden 4 5 4v2 Beckemeyer 4 6 5 Albers 4 6 5 Trenton i 9 8 sundays schedule new Baden at Albers Beckemeyer at Germantown Aviston at Breese Carlyle at Trenton. A Mist Mak i u cinthia. 1uw4i4 Tonitte 7 02 amp 9 24 . Ammo us pc turns or Mats Jack Lemmon in and j a tatter i i Are a i recreation baseball midget league Hoffman 200 Ioos 3 Trinity 250 43x�? 14 Hanenberger and Lucking. Harting and Weihe. Home runs a Hoffman Vogel. I uni i Chi aau drive Ini a Hull. I to Usu Sandoval i last time tonight i i in color Folley in tile oils and Jug lava Ghnell Breaks loose1 a Smrke ride it Wmk an pm a i mom tree a open fri., sat., Sun Moni Center athletes 2nd in olympics entrants from Murray children Scenter carted Home three second place medals in the Chicago special olympics Competition during the weekend. Gloria Smith 14, won second place Silver medals in the softball throw and 50-Yard dash in her age category. Melvin Leander Booker 17, won a second place Silver medal in the softball throw in the 16-18 age category. Booker also finished fourth in the 50-Yard dash and Bobby Bell 12, finished fourth in the 300-Yard run. However no medals or ribbons were Given for fourth place finishes. The Chicago special olympics sponsored by the Chicago Park District and the Joseph p. Kennedyjr. Foundation provides athletic Competition for retarded children. The event was held at Soldier Field. Staff members Jack Mcnicol and Jean Wirz of the activity therapy department accompanied the five Murray Center entrants to Chicago. They said approximately 1,000 children from throughout the United states and Canada competed. Boros edges Palmer Charles in pea meet san Antonio Tex. Apr for three rounds but slipped to a Julius Boros the grand old Man finishing 73. They had 283 totals. Of pro Golf has some bad news i Frank Beard who shared the for the Young turks on the tour Lead with Fleckman on the Sec the 48-year-old Champion of Ond and third rounds faded to a the 1968 pea tournament plans 74 and finished in a tie tor sixth to keep on playing and playing at 284 with Billy Casper who a a in be got seven kids to Edu closed with a 70. Cater and the first one starts to Lee Trevino the sentimental College in a couple of years a favorite of san Antonious mexi Boros said after winning the can american residents shot pea Crown sunday for the first hims it out of Contention with a time in his Long career. Pair of double bogeys on the a was an old accountant i know first six holes. He was Back in what kind of Money that the pack at 288 alter his round 76. Boros worked As a bookkeeper for years before he turned pro at the age of 29. A a in a like to drop off the tour a but i can to find anything else to do to make the kind of Money ill need to get those kids Day. Oak through College Quot Boros said. Bost., .295. League leaders by a i he associated press american league batting 225 at bats a Mon-.297 Harreison the Paunchy Sweet swinging rare i Ili hero of the Middle aged set was if if t View vast zem Able to boost the College Kitty j no a svy of. A a with a $25,000 Check for his one no a is 7?att�, Quot Harreison stroke Edge Over Arnold Palmer Fil a a Howard evas nand new zealand Southpaw Bob Iii nut a a Charles in the frenzied finish at in ill tut and Era minn., 102 the Pecan Valley course. I n kit o l they All started the final a a a a 26 round two strokes off the Pace. B. Robinson bait., 23. Triples a Fregosi calif., 8 Boros fired a one under Par 69 1 ,lcu7 Urzo for a 281 total and Palmer and ask pc a a Charles each turned in a 70 for Wash 97 w i7 a 282. Wash., 27 w. Horton det., 23. Palmer made a dramatic bid bases Campaneria for a tying Birdie on the 18th 28 Cardenal cleve., 21. Spectacular three-wood1 r a�?ztch/ 8i�cisi?n,s a a my in the in of r a oet., 18-3 John chic., 7-2 Wright calif., 7-2. Strikeouts a Mcdowell cleve., 191 Tiant cleve., 167. With a blast from the rough to the Green but he missed the eight toot putt and took a Par. A maybe its just not to be a said Palmer who has never won a pea title and has been in a slump for months. Tied for fourth were George Archer who closed with a 69, and Marty Fleckema who Lea standings by the associated press National league w. 61 50 46 46 48 47 45 45 l. 34 44 45 45 47 49 49 52 52 55 pct. . .642 a .532 .505 .505 .505 .490 .479 .464 .453 .427 10 13 13 13 1416 15vz 17 18 20v6 St. Louis Atlanta Cincinnati philae phia san fran. Chicago. Pittsburgh new York los Angeles 43 Houston 41 saturdays results St. Louis 2, new York 0 san Francisco i Houston 0 Cincinnati 9, Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 2, Atlanta i los Angeles 5, Chicago 2 sundays results St. Louis 2-0, new York 0-1 Chicago 7, los Angeles 2 Pittsburgh 6, Atlanta 0 Cincinnati 12, Philadelphia 6 Houston 2-1, san Francisco 1-6 today a games Philadelphia at St. Louis Chicago at san Francisco new York at Atlanta n Houston at los Angeles n Only games scheduled tuesdays games new York at Atlanta n Houston at los Angeles n Cincinnati at Pittsburgh n Chicago at san Francisco n Philadelphia at St. Louis n american league w. L. Pct. . Detroit. 59 36 .621 Baltimore. 52 40 .565 5 Viz Cleveland. 54 42 .563 5v6 Boston. 48 44 .522 9 Viz California. 45 48 .484 13 Minnesota. 45 48 .484 13 Oakland. 45 49 .479 13m> new York 43 48 .473 14 Chicago. 40 51 .440 17 Wash a. 33 58 .363 24 saturdays results Cleveland 3, new York 0 Baltimore 5, Detroit 3 Boston 7, Washington 2 California 7, Chicago 6 Oakland 2, Minnesota i sundays results Cleveland 4-4, new York 1-8 Boston 4-3, Washington 3-4 Baltimore 5-4, Detroit 2-1 Minnesota 7-10, Oakland 5-0 Chicago 5-0, California 1-7 today a games California at Minnesota n Boston at new York n Cleveland at Baltimore n Oakland is. Chicago at Milwaukee n Only games scheduled tuesdays games California at Minnesota 2 n Oakland at Chicago n Detroit at Washington n Cleveland at Baltimore n Boston at new York n Beautiful tree Ripe peaches Orchard will be open fri., july 20th some of our finest freeing peaches will a Ripe. Don t wait a the season will a vary Short due to Short crop. Our peach shed will Only be open a few Days hours 8-5 7 Days a week Kershaw Orchard 4 Miles West of Grayville Iii. On Grayville amp Burnt Prairie re. Growing peaches since 1910 National league batting 225 at bats . Alou pitt., .336 Rose cm., .329. Runs Rose cin., 56 Beck Ert chic., 55. Runs batted in a Mccovey ., 59 Hart ., 57. Hits flood St.l., 121 a. Johnson cin., 118. Doubles a Brock St.l., 30 staub houst., 25. Triples a Clemente pitt., 8 Brock St.l., 8. Home runs Mccovey s.23 r. Allen phil., 20. Stolen bases wills pitt., 29 Brock St.l., 23. Pitching 8 decisions a Abernathy cm., 7-1 Marichal ., 17-4. Strikeouts a Jenkins chic., chic., 151 Singer la., 146. Probable pitchers by the associated press National league Philadelphia Fryman 10-10 at St. Louis Carlton 9-5 Chicago Niekro 8-6 at san Francisco Marichal 17-14 new York Ryan 6-8 at Atlanta briton 4-3 n Houston Giusti 5-10 at los Angeles Kekich 1-3 n Only games scheduled american league u�4uuuiia Murphy a a at Minnesota Roland 2-0 n Boston Lonborg 0-2 at new York Bahnsen 8-6 n Cleveland Siebert 10-5 at Baltimore Adamson 0-0 n Oakland Hunter 7-8 is. Chicago Fisher 4-5 at Milwaukee n Only games scheduled yesterday stars the associated press pitching Bob Gibson car deals scattered seven hits and struck out 13 in taming the new York mets 2-0 for his 10th straight Victory and seventh shutout of the season. Batting a a o b Allison twins slammed two homers a triple and double scored four inns 5nd drove in five in a 7-5, us doubleheader sweep Over Oakland. It

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