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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Chillicothe, Missouri PAGE CONSTITUTION JULY 1974 Third British win Player captures Open Major League standings ANNES AP Gary Player marched to ward his third British Open title The little South African shot threeunderpar golf through the first nine holes of the final who had a oneunder par 212 total and a threestroke lead after three toured the front nine today in 32 and none of his challengers were able to keep Peter playing with turned in 34 and was five strokes back of the South Oosterhuis had begun the round three strokes back at Jack the pretour ney favorite to win his third British Open and third at 216 after three also turned in who won this title in 1959 and 1968 and who is the current Masters launched an immediate final round attack against the Royal Lytham Annes Club and Player went five under par tect his lead in the final for the tournament when he Instead the reigning Masters He birdied the first hole when chipped in from 20 feet on the champion came out swinging at Detroit he hit a fiveiron off the tee to isth Oosterhuis also birdthe RoyaltyNew York ied the 13th and was one over tham and Annes Club par in second course and fired birdies on the Nicklaus droved into the deep first two rough at the hit into a He then faltered with bogeys trap and took a bogey five that on the fourth when he put the heart of the green and calmly rolled in a 10foot He followed with a birdie at Players pursuers took hope when he bogeyed the par four fourth hole and the par three At this point Nicklaus was birdying 7 and creeping to within three strokes of the put him seven shots The little South who won this title in 1959 and stumbled to a 75 Friday after But Player responded to the opening rounds of 69 and 68 and pressure with an eagle three at was just three strokes ahead of the sixth and a birdie at the Briton Peter with the menacing figure of Jack Player got his eagle by planNicklaus four strokes behind ting an iron shot four feet from starling the final the pin and holing the But when Player held off his Player parred the 10th and rivals and stepped off the final then just missed a birdie at green he was four 11 when he putted from the strokes ahead of runnerup Oos edge of the who finished with a 71 Oosterhuis lost for Nicklaus was third another stoke with a bogey at after carding a 71 for the Nicklaus birdied the Player faltered on the final llth followed with two pars to four holes but had the title remain five strokes back with clinched by time running He didnt try to merely pro Green City coasts GREEN CITY Dyer tossed a nohitter at the visiting Chillicothe SPA last night as North Division and defending District Two champs pushed their league record to 120 and season mark to 142 with an easy 111 Most of the headlines have gone to pitchers David Pfeiffer and Doug Tuttle this but last night Manager Don Albertson brought Dyer in from the outfield as his starting Player ss 2b If 3bp rf3b Ib c p p rf TOTALS SPA 1 AB 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 16 Given City 11 Player AB 4 2b 3 cf 3 3 3b 3 Ib it p rf TOTALS 2 3 3 27 11 H Score By Innings SPA 000 City Dyer did not allow a hit in the which was called after five innings because of the 0 Legions 10run He had a 0 perfect game going into the jj fourth inning when he walked 0 Steve Pfaff after one was 0 Pfaff later scored SPAs only 0 run after a flyball and an 0 infield J Green City banged out 13 hits 0 in the fiveinning contest with Dyer aiding his own cause with three hits and getting support from first baseman who also had three The winners broke a scoreless deadlock with five runs in the bottom of the third and then went on to add two in the fourth and four more in the fifth Green City has one more league game remaining before taking on South Division champMarceline in the Inter Division playoffs npvt The series opens Wednesday night at Marceline at Green City is host to Newtown this Sunday in its final league Chillicothe SPA used three pitchers with Doug Doughty starting and followed by Tom Miller anH Rick SPA is host to Trenton here tomorrow night at 8 oclock at Simpson SPA is now 37 for the his second shot in a and on the But Player came right back to take command with an eagle at the sxith and a birdie at On 6 Player hit an iron shot four feet from the then holed out for the eag lethree on the 486yard After his birdie at Player shot par just miss ing a birdie at until the 13th when he chipped in for a Player lost three shots with bogeys the 15th and 17th and but the collapse in his game came too late for his ri who also has won two British saved third place with a birdie on the final when he blasted out of a bunker to within 20 feet of the then sank the He got a great ovation from the gallery after the closing which gave him a stroke edge over fellow American pro Hubert Green also closed with a 71 for Defending champion Tom Weiskopf finished with a 75 for as did South African Bobby Weiskopf and Cole had been tied for fifth at one stroke back of Green going into the final By The Associated Press American League East W L GB Cleveland 46 38 Boston 47 39 Baltimore 46 39 42 3M 43 43 4 43 43 4 West Oakland 48 38 KansasCity43 42 Chicago 42 43 5Mz Texas 43 46 Minnesota 40 48 9 California 33 56 162 Fridays Games California Boston 0 New York Oakland 0 Kansas City Detroit 2 Cleveland Minnesota 5 Texas Milwaukee 3 Chicago Baltimore 3 Saturdays Games Oakland Blue 88 at New York Tidrow 68 California Hassler 14 at Boston Drago 55 Texas Bibby 1111 at Mil waukee Colborn 55 Cleveland Perry 152 at Minnesota Blyleven 810 Detroit Fryman 35 at Kan sas City Baltimore Cuellar 103 at Chicago Wood N Sundays Games Oakland at New 2 California at Boston Texas at 2 Cleveland at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago Detroit at Kansas City Vern rops Milan 62 Vern Click erupted for five runs in the bottom of the first and went on to score a 62 win over Newtown in last nights Legion action at Simpson Vern ncaring closer to the 500mark cashed in on its fourth win of the season against five setbacks with a power display in the opening Gary Petrie ignited the onslaught as he ripped a line shot single to David Saale reached base on an and then backtoback singles by Joe Timmons and Vern Click 6 Player AB ss a Ib 3 c 4 3b 4 rf 4 3 If 2 2b 3 Machholz 1 TOTALS 32 Newtown 2 H 1 0 1 1 I 0 3 2 13 Philaphia Louis Montreal Chicago Pittsburgh New York Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Fran San Diego National League East W L Pet 44 42 44 42 40 43 37 47 GB 6 37 47 6 Player ss cf If 3b Ib 2b c rf p cf rf TOTALS Newtown Vern Click AB 5 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 2 0 32 000 500 020 000 Louie Baker set the stage for a tworun double by Junior When it was ail Vern Click held a 50 The game went as expected after the fiverun uprising in the first as Stith and Bill Bruce duelled for the next eight innings in a well pitched Bruce sent 17 straight Vern Click batters to the dugout as he repeatedly mixed his fastball with his curve to offset the local Stith went the distance for Vern Click and picked up the win as he struckout 11 batters and walked three in his nine inning The visiting Newtown 6 sporting a 65 mark and 0 runnerup to Green City in the 2 North broke out of a 1 dry spell and registered two J runs in the top of the 0 With one Don Mathes 0 Doug Fairley blasted a 6 triple to deep centerfield and H Larry Mason unloaded with a 1 double to close the gap to 2 Vern Click soundedoff in 0 the bottom of the eighth as 0 Saale smashed a single to 2 center and came home on a 0 groundrule double off the bat 0 of 6 Stith retired the Newtown OQO2 batting order in succession in the top of the ninth to give the H local leeion club its second straight win of the 1974 Timmons belted a double and added a single to lead the Vern Click crew in the hitting department while teammates and Stith collected a hit Steve Owings and Mason ripped two hits each to lead the visitors in Ihc hitting Both clubs picked up six hits but Vern Clicks fourhit onslaught in the first told the Vern Click will journey to Carrollton this Sunday night lor at 8 oclock PONY STANDINGS vV Dodgers 7 Royals i Astros Cardinals Reds 2 Athletics 2 LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS W Dodgers Pirates Mets Twins Braves Royals Athletics Reds Cardinals Orioles 5 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 0 4 7 7 0 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 5 37 48 West 60 29 51 37 47 41 47 43 39 50 39 53 6 12V2 13V2 21 22 NFL strike lingerson WASHINGTON AP A agreed to renew negotia lution to the dispute between then spent the day in dif striking National Football ferent offices while mediators League players and the 26 club moved back and forth between owners appeared today to be farther At the end of the Representatives of the two Scearce read a statement to warring parties met with federnewsmen in front of the ne al mediators Friday in an atgotiators in which he said he tempt to renew negotiations in was encouraged by the more their contract hassle and to end constructive attitude on both the 13day strike but apparently had if Scearce said he would con Outdoor Corner JEFFERSON Conservation Commission has set a nineday 1974 deer season 1624 with some significant changes from past One major change is that Unit the east central area nf will he divided into two There have been 10 iiiujur units through the Unit Six is unique because there are areas within it that have both too many deer and not enough The boundaries of Unit 6A will be Interstate 70 on the Highway 63 on the Highway 50 on the south and the Mississippi River on the the Missouri River Unite 6B will be the The Commission also re defined an anterlered The regulation last year was intended to protect fawn but permit the taking of spike Milonski There was a lot of so weve redefined The new definition reads that a buck must have one aniler at least three inches and al though neither would comment to newsmen on what went on behind the closed doors at the Labor Federal mediator James Scearce recessed the negotia tions after seven consecutive commenting that he could not report any particu lar The session was called by Scearce to see if the negotia which broke off June could be The two sides met briefly in the morn tiating session should be John executive di rector of the NFL Management the bargaining agent of the and his counter Ed Garvey of the NFL Players told news men that they concurred in Scearces character ized the daylong session sim ply as no Thomp son declined to characterize contin ued at all NFL camps which have Fridays Results Cincinnati Pittsburgh Cincinnati Pittsburgh 2nd Atlanta Louis Louis Atlanta 2nd Houston Chicago 4 San Diego Montreal 0 New York Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia San Francisco 2 Saturdays Games Cincinnati Hall 01 at Pitts burgh Reuss 86 Philadelphia Lonborg 117 at San Francisco Caldwell 73 Atlanta Reed 54 at Louis McGlothen N Chicago Burris 31 at Hous ton Montreal Rogers 109 at San Diego Freisleben N New York Parker 37 at Los Angeles N Sundays Games Cincinnati at 2 Atlanta at Louis Philadelphia at San Fran 2 Chicago at Houston Montreal at San 2 New York at Los Angeles GOLF Ohio Sharon Miller and Mardell with but one victory between them in their Ladies Profes sional Golf Association fashioned threeunderpar 69s to share the firstround lead in the Columbus Wheeling Jamesport 9 Vicky Murry and Ella Bitzenburg combined pitching skills to lead the front running Wheeling Women softball team to a 289 shellacking over Jamesport last night at Gravesville The pitching duet held the Jamesport club to onehit while a devastating hitting department was pounding away for 28 Debbie Surber went fourfor Valerie and Verna Wilson clicked for three hits to pave the way for the unbeaten loop The Wheeling club pounded out 20 hits to increase its overall mark for the season to Wheeling will have a tough assignment next Tuesday night as they host Macon in a league Sports shorts By The Associated Press BASKETBALL OAKLAND The Golden CardsRoy a Is By The Associated Press Louis and Kansas City both returned to the victory trail Friday The Cardinals broke a six game losing streak by clobber ing Altanta 100 on the fourhit pitching of the rookie Forsch after the Braves Jim Northrup and Bill But Busby settled down the rest of the The Royals tied it at 22 in the fourth and took a 32 lead in the Kurt just returned to the played Bob third base and scored the go took ahead Amos Otis had two the first game of the doubledoubles in three and header at Louis rookie Al Cowens blasted a two The who had lost run three knocked off De Atlanta will start Ron against Lynn troit 72 with a flurry of timely hitting against Mickey Steve scat tered 10 Detroit making his second major league got an ear ly boost as the Cardinals scored nine the first with Reggie Smith driving in four of t Smith drove in Lou Brock for the first run off Buzz 9 and capped flurry with a threerun double of Lew Atlanta got three runs in at Louis De troits Woodie will work against the Royals Paul at Kansas State Warriors signed inning of the fifrst game American forward Keith Wilkes n fielder s a bases of UCLA to a multiyear and bunt Glb tract with the National Basket 1 ball loss Gibson struck out two and LONG Perfell one short of becoming the ry athletic director second pitcher in major league at Colorado State the past six history to count strike was named to a similar post at Long Beach State UniDetroit started strong at Kan succeeding Lewis sas scoring two runs in who resigned May the first inning on singles by Wildlife biologists have lound that no buck fawn ever has had a three inch antler and spike bucks rarely have antlers shorter than three SPA playground schedule Tonite Easy Rider Last Picture Show1 Rated RShow 7 PM SunMonTue GENIE PACING Celebrating Warner Bros 50th Anniversary A Warner Communications Company BEN BOLT The season continues to have the buckson portion with the anterless deer portion Analysis of 1973 shows that his puts the most pressure on bucks and limits the harvest of remainder of the old Unit wnjcn is what we want for south of Highway a growing Hy management the in season will be bucks only from lG22in Units 8 and 9 and any deer In Units 3 GB and the entire season will be bucks Lmt there will be a of anterless deer an innovation in Missouri The quota is intended to limit the harvest of anterless deer to less than says Mike Wildlife Division Farmers as defined in the Wildlife Code may take a doe on the farm where they live any time during the season in Unit Other hunters will apply for the anterless deer permits in Unit 6A and will be drawn by Milonski Hunting pressure in 1973 was up Permit sales jumped per compared to the 10year average of spurred by high meat The number of mandays 1881934 increased per a new Hunting Boys Baseball Game Schedule July 15 MONDAY Linneus here the Pony League traveling team at TUESDAY Little League Orioles Mets Royals Dodgers WEDNESDAY Pee Wee Cardinals Dodgers Giants Athletics THURSDAY Pony League Astros pressure was up in every unit Royals except Unit northwest Cardinals and even in Units Six and 10 which were bucksonly the entire Hunter numbers increased 25 per cent in Unit western and 12 per cent in Unit The total firearms harvest was up 10 per but the statewide doe harvest was down per Constitutiontribune FRIDAY Pony League traveling team at SATURDAY Pony League traveling team at BOYS BASEBALL PRACTICE SCHEDULE JULY 15 DOUGLAS PEARSON CHUCK HANEY JEROME WASSMANN Managing Editor Advertising Director Assistant to the Publisher Chillicothe Publishing 818 Washington Phone Second Class Postage Paid at MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for reproduction of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news Daily ConstitutionTribune published daily except Sunday and holidays in Chillicothe by carrier per year monthly by mail in Livingston and adjoining counties per by mail outside outside MONDAY Little League and Pirates and Athletics and Orioles and Cardinals TUESDAY Littte League and Braves Pony League Athettics and Reds and Royals WEDNESDAY League traveling team practice League traveling team practice THURSDAY for all Pee Wee Be sure to wear SPA tee shirts and ball caps and long pants for all Little League Wear SPA tee ball caps and long FRIDAY Pee Wee Games Braves Cardinals Dodgers Giants GIRLSSOFTBALL SCHEDULE July 1519 MONDAY 810 1113 1418 TUESDAY 810 game Batcrackers 1013 WEDNESDAY Batcrackers No Names 1418 THURSDAY 810 game Unbeatables 1013 FRIDAY 810 1113 and Traveling Teams GAMES Gait here there SPA TENNIS MONDAY Lynn Coult and Kathy Wilson Natalie Zachary and Donna Lori Stoll and Lori Bennett Patrice Wagy and Paula 89 girls Melanie Meek and Pam Young Tammi Lee and Melanie Margie Ellison and Angela Gabel Helen Rasmussen and Sarah Gabel and Carolyn Thompson Lori Mallory and Missi Barbara Henrich and Cris Wilson Mary Ann Marshall and Deanna 89 Marty Sharp Brian Brown Kirk Peterson Ted Baker 1012 Benson Stan Saunderrs Chris Trager Kevin Whitworth TUESDAY 1315 Wedlock and Ruth Brockhaus Lisa Paschang and Dana Donna Crookshanks Lynn Coult Kelly Shirley and Brenda Vorbeck Emily Painter and Michelle Houx Angela Gabel Margie Ellison 1012 14 18 Match with Trenton for top 12 The rest will have open No WEDNESDAY7 Wheeling there 89 Chuck Kellerstrass Steve Cowgill Jeff Vandyke Scott Shelton Rick Summerville Jay David Miller Danny Ross WEDNESDAY 1315 Kathy Wilson vs Natalie Zachary Lori Stoll Dana Symmonds Melanie Meek Tammi Lee Melanie Kline Sarah Ernst 1012 Jaycnda Dye and Sandra Butts Brenda Thomas and Chris Debbie and Melody Nashan Lisa Walters and Ruth Sallee 89 Marty Sharp Kirk Peterson Ted Baker Brian Brown Mark Ratliff Chip John Paschang Andy Baker THURSDAY Teri Wedlock Lisa Paschang Ruth Brockhaus Paula Zachary Kelly Shirley Michelle Emily Painter Brenda Vorbeck 1012 Lisa Gabel Carolyn Thompson Missi East Lori Mallory Maryann Marshall Deanna Wackerle Chris Wilson Barbara Hendrick 89 Kellerstrass Scott Shelton Stan Torre Jeff Vandyke Jim Prewitt Kevin Wooden Steve Guck Robbie Coleman FRIDAY 1315 Open practice 89 Open Practice 1012 Open practice 89 Open Practice 1012 Open Practice The ladder used at Trenton will be used for challenge matches to choose the traveling team to face Trenton at the end of Monday through Friday for 1315 Boys will be open Please call the person you are wanting to play and schedule the match between Use OT Want Ms Phone 6462411 65 DRIVEIN Hes a GOOD On a BIG On a BAD ROAD cars are insured with us than with any other company Find out why now Bill Mulliniks 80S Cloy 6464068 P 621O14 STATE FARM Home Qltice Itlmon Ends Tonight Candy Stripe Nurses plus Night Call Nurses Rated R LUE A JAMES WILLIAM GUEROORUPERT HTZIG Ptoduclon Slamng ROBERT BLAKE BILLY GREEN BUSH

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