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Dixon Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 23, 1968, Dixon, Illinois Page i Dixon evening Telegraph tups., july 23,1933 Dixon swim club splits two meets the Dixon swim club split a pair of meets last week defeating the Emerald Hill swimmers 172-127 on wednesday and then falling to Freeport 133-103 on saturday. Times were not kept in either meet but the first second and third places were picked by finish judges. The win Over Emerald Hill was the second time this season that the local swimmers have been Able to get past the Emerald Hill squad. Freeport was behind most of the meet but was Able to come through in the older division in the latter part of the meet to Post the Victory. Results of both meets Are listed below. Dixon 172, Emerald Hill 127 freestyle 9-10 girls Coleen Smith first Joan Long third. 9-10 boys Jim Donnellan first Mark Cornwell second. 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan first Joan Faine third. 11-12 boys Bob Kresanek first Steve Magnafici second. 13-14 girls Patty Donnellan first Jerri Everhart third. 13-14 boys Alan Magnafici first Dave Kastner third. By United press International american league Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Boston California Oakland Minnesota new York Chicago Washington w l. Pet. Go 59 36 .621.567 5 .559 6 .527 9 55 42 52 41 49 44 46 48 46 49 45 49 43 49 40 52 33 58 .489 12�/2 .484 13 .479 1314 .467 141/2 .435 171/2 .363 24 mondays results California 6 Minn 5, night Oakland 4 Chicago 0, night Cleveland 7 Baltimore 3, night Boston 7 new York 6, night Only games scheduled. To Dave a probable pitchers All times Edt California Brunet 10-9 and Burgmeier 1-3 at Minnesota Merritt 5-11 and Keller 0-07 . Oakland Odom 8-6 at Chicago Priddy 1-59 . Detroit Lolich 7-5 at Washington Pascual 9-58 05 . Cleveland Williams 7-4 at Baltimore Bunker 1-08 . Boston Pizarro 2-1 at new York Bahnsen 8-68 . Wednesdays games California at Minnesota night Oakland at. Chicago 2, twi night Detroit at Washington night Cleveland at Baltimore night Boston at new York National league w. L. Pet. Go St. Louis 62 34 .646 Atlanta 50 45 .526 lv/2 Cincinnati 46 45 .505 13v4 Philadelphia 46 46 .500 14 san Francisco 48 48 .500 14 Chicago 48 49 .495 w/2 Pittsburgh 45 49 .479 16 new York 46 52 .469 17 los Angeles 43 53 .448 19 Houston 42 55 .433 2012 mondays results Chicago 7 san Francisco 2 new York 5 Atlanta 2, night St. Louis 5 Phila 4, Twilight Houston 4 los Angeles 0, night Only games scheduled to Dave a probable pitchers All times Edt new York Seaver 8-6 at Atlanta Reed 9-58 05 . Houston Wilson 7-11 at los Angeles Osteen 7-1411 . Cincinnati Maloney 8-6 at Pittsburgh Mcbean 7-98 05 pm. Chicago Jenkins 10-10 at san Francisco Perry 8-8 11 . Philadelphia Wise 6-6 at St. Louis Jaster 7-57 . Wednesdays games new York at Atlanta night Houston at los Angeles night Cincinnati at Pittsburgh night Chicago at san Francisco Philadelphia at St. Louis night sports briefs Tokyo apr japanese ski divers said today they Hope to Host the eighth world under water fishing championships off the Donin islands in september 1969. The championships were first held in 1954 and Are known As the Blue olympics. Los a l a m it o Calif. Apr with $1 million already spent on an Oval of lights and another $2 million in a purse Pool los Alamitos race track opens a 78-night Quarter horse season tonight the first night racing Ever in Southern California. Longest race permissible in Quarter horse racing is 440 Yards. But with More and More thoroughbred Stock turning up in the sport races up to 870 Yards on one turn about four furlongs have been approved 15 girls sue Flach first Jan Hardeson second. Backstroke 9-10 girls Coleen Smith first Teresa Nehring second. 9-10 boys Jim Donnellan first Bob Foster third. 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan first Joan Long third. 11-12 boys Bob Kresanek Steve Magnafici second. 13-14 girls Donnellan second Ava Miller third. 13-14 boys Steve Heckman and Chuck clinker tied second. 15 girls Kathy Brand first. Breaststroke 9-10 girls Diane Quick first. 9-10 boys Jim Donnellan first. 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan first. 11-12 boys Mark Larson first Bob Kresanek second. 13-14 girls Kathy Ardler second Ann Miller third. 13-14 boys Stan Teague second Tom Foster third. 15 girls sue Flach first Cindy Brand second. Butterfly 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan. First. 11-12 boys Bob Kresanek first. 13-14 girls Donnellan first. 13-14 boys Chuck clinker second. 15 girls Nancy Swanson first Sherrie Mades second. Free relay 100 yes. 9-10 boys Jim Donnellan Bob Foster Mark Carswell Jack Schrauth first. 11-12 boys Mark Larson Dan Brandenburg Bob Kresanek Steve Magnafici first. 13-14 girls Donnellan Jerri Everhart Ann Miller Jan Hardeson first. 13-14 boys Stan Teague Tom Foster Dave Kastner a1 Magnafici first. 15 girls sue Floch Kathy Brand Kathy Ardler Cindy Brand first. Dixon 103, Freeport 133 freestyle 9-10 boys Jim Donnellan first Bob Foster second. 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan first Joan Faine fourth. 11-12 boys Steve Magnafici third Gale Kresanek first. 13-15 girls Patty Donnellan first. Boys Stan Teague 13-15 third. 16-17 girls fran Donnellan third. 16-17 boys Gary Egler third. Backstroke 9-10 boys Jim Donnellan first Bob Foster second. 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan first. 11-12 boys Bob Kresanek first Steve Magnafici second. 13-15 girls Donnellan first. 13-15 boys Steve Heckman third. 16-17 girls fran Donnellan first Velda Smith second. 16-17 boys Gary Egler third. Breaststroke 9-10 boys Jim Donnellan first Bob Foster second. 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan first. 11-12 boys Steve Heckman first Mark Larson third. 13-15 girls Ann Miller first Kathy Ardler second. 13-15 boys Stan Teague third. 16-17 girls sue Flach third. 16-17 boys Steve Henderson second Tom Foster third. Butterfly 11-12 girls Mary Donnellan second. 13-15 first. 13-15 third. Relays 9-10 freestyle Jim Donnellan Bob Foster Gary Magnafici Jim Egan first. 11-12 freestyle Mark Larson Steve Magnafici Bob Kresanek Steve Heckman first. Cubs sox baseball girls Donnellan boys Chuck clinker by United press International the Chicago cubs Are within a bears breath of that first division spot they have coveted for most of the year. Its even closer than that they re within reaching distance of a tie for third place in the National league. According to Leo Durocher it did no to take much brainpower either. Just bring in a Low Ball hitter to face a Low Ball Pitcher. As a result of their 7-2 win Over the san Francisco giants monday the cubs were in sixth place. 14/2 games behind the league leading cardinals but Only one half game behind both the giants and Philadelphia Phillies. The Cincinnati reds Are 13v2 games out. With the score tied. 2-2, in the eighth inning and two men on base Durocher sent Pinch hitter Willie Smith to hit for Pitcher Joe Niekro monday. Drives in two Smith doubled to right Center Field and brought across two runs. A Smith is a Good Low Ball hitter and the giants had a Low Ball Pitcher Frank Linzy working so i sent Willie up a Durocher explained. The cubs May not have needed Smith though. They pounded 17 hits off the giants for their biggest output of the season. That a not All. Glenn Beckert a steady if not overpowering hitter has hit safely in 27 games and seeks to tie the club record held by Ron Santo tonight. But that accomplishment May be hard to realize. Juan Mari Chal 17-4 is slated to face Ferguson Jenkins 10-10 and the cubs if the giant Pitcher recovers from a sore f o of. Otherwise Gaylord Perry 8-8 will be the giant starter. Wilhelm a 906th game Hoyt Wilhelm a 906th major league appearance was an historic one for him but the Oakland athletics weren to too impressed monday night. The venerable knuckle Baller who will celebrate his 45th birthday Friday t in d by Youngs All time record for appearances in the major leagues when he came on in the top of the ninth in a game played in Milwaukee. He was greeted on the first pitch with a Home run by Reggie Jackson for the icing on a 4-0 cake. Jim a cat fish Hunter pitched a neat six hit shutout. He retired 14 of the first 15 men he faced. Back in Chicago tonight the sox Send Bob Priddy 1-5 to the Mound against John Odom 8-6 for the a a. Giants a fran Tarkenton has two responsibilities by Gary kale up sports writer fran Tarkenton has a twofold responsibility with the new York giants a quarterbacking the club in its bid for a capital division title and seeing to the needs of his teammates As their new player representative. Tarkenton piloted the giants to a second place finish during the 1967 National football league race and his efforts were rewarded monday with a contract calling for an estimated $60.00 1 a year the club s highest in recent years. The Veteran of eight nil campaigns received a vote of Confidence for his bargaining Powers recently when club members elected him to succeed Bob Crespino As player representative. The optimistic Tarkenton third in passing with 3,088 Yards and 29 touchdown passes in Good season As the slow poke defensive tackle Merlin Olsen giants opened pre season Camp bowed to a los Angeles rams at Fairfield conn., the last of the 16 nil teams to begin drills. Prepare for opener coach Allie Sherman watched 68 veterans and rookies display their talents in preparation for the aug. 10 exhibition opener with the Green Bay packers. Ernie Koy a hard slashing running Back was absent with leave to his army Reserve unit and offensive guard Peter Case remained in Atlanta where his wife recently gave birth. Defensive tackle Jim Colvin quit the team when he could t come to terms with management. General manager Vince Lombardi revealed the. Signings of defensive end Willie Davis and defensive halfback Bob Jeter to Green Bay contracts bringing to 21 the number of satisfied 1967. Said he expected to have a packers. Baseball Happ in the Dixon leagues endings ovens sports shop stopped the Walder and Rhodes sponsored team at bordens Field Friday by a final score of 19-4. Moeller and Montavon composed the Wirf Ning Battery for Owens while Kemp and Spees were the losing Pitcher and Catcher for the insurance firm. Extra base hits cracked during the contest were hit by Mcconnaughay with a triple for Owens and a Home run by Kemp of Walder and Rhodes. Local youths win medals six residents of the Dixon state school placed highly in the Chicago special olympics for handicapped children saturday. The six were Tom Green Randy Evans Albert Davis Stanford Pickens Sherman Jackson and Bernard Clark. All six of the local boys competed in the Novice division of the olympic games. Green won a Silver medal in the 50 Yard dash w Hile Evans captured a Silver medal in the standing Long jump. Davis claimed a Bronze medal in the softball throw As did Pickens. Both Jackson and Clark received Silver medals. Jackson in the standing Long jump and Clark in the 50 Yard dash. These boys were among the 1000 youngsters from 26 states and Canada competing in the first National athletic event Ever sponsored for the mentally retarded. The Chicago special olympics co sponsored by the Chicago Park District and the Joseph p. Kennedyjr. Foundation provided an Opportunity for Competition in two swimming events a Ball throwing Competition and four track and Field events. The contestants qualified for the a special olympics by passing a series of rigorous physical fitness tests sponsored by the Kennedy foundation. The 1900 Young athletes come from every Corner of the United state a from Seattle Wash to Miami fla., from California to new Hampshire. Canada was represented at the special olympics by two groups from Toronto. Besides competing the youngsters also attended athletic clinics conducted by such outstanding champions As George Armstrong Rocky Bleier Howard hop along Cassady George Connor Ziggy Czarobski Gary Erwin Joey Giardello Diano Holum Paul Hornung Rafer Johnson Adolph Kiefor Michael Kirby Johnny Lattner Bob Mathias Stan Mikita Jesse Owens and Barbara Ann Scott. Astronaut James Lovell special advisor to the president on physical fitness served As head coach. Out of town competitors at the special olympics were housed at the a olympic Village in the la Salle hotel. All were guests of the special olympics committee and designated official vip guests of Chicago a mayor Richard j. Daley. Illinois governor Samuel h. Shapiro mrs. Eunice Kennedy Shriver executive vice president of the Kennedy foundation mayor Daley and William l. Mcfetridge president of the Chicago Park District welcomed the Young athletes during opening ceremonies. A a a a a a Harrison Chevrolet Defeated hey Brothers in a Bronco league game Friday by a score of 14-2. Rick Hazelwood with three hits Jeff Musser Randy Paisley and Richard Rodriguez paced the winners with two hits. Mike Hubbell and Robert Leblanc led the losers with one hit each. Rodriguez and Musser combined for the win while Swan and Leblanc pitched for the losers. Stan Curtis went the distance for the winners yielding Only Only three hits while striking out 10 batters. Jeff Meixell was the losing hurler for the City National team. Mark Scudder pitched the Dixon rotary past Murphy a in a Colt league game played saturday. Final score of the contest was 8-4. The Dixon Oil team fell to the police sponsored team saturday night by a score of 9-5. Good Outfield work by masters and Sharp hitting by Russell paced the winners. Lipscomb Baker and Biddle formed the winning Battery combination for the . Team while Braden Byrd and Thomas took the loss. Rotary has now won both rounds of the Colt league play and will play an All Star team july 27 at the Reynolds Field Diamond. Mark Mcmillion posted his seventh Victory of the season As rotary Defeated Dixon Oil by a score of 9-2 monday evening. Murphy Gilbert Jones and Worman were All two for three at the plate to Pace the winners. Worman and Mcgowan doubled for the winners while Smith and Braden collected a double each for the losing Dixon Oil team. Dixon National Bank stopped the City nationals 8-2 monday evening to claim the Pony league title in a game played at Reynolds Field. The Dixon police sponsored team Defeated the Murphys sponsored team 9-6 in a game played monday evening. Merriman and his Good Relief hurling proved to be the difference in the Ball game As he stopped a Murphy rally in the top of the seventh inning after the . Had scored five runs in the Bottom of the sixth to take the Lead. The Dixon american legion baseball team Defeated Amboy monday by a final score of 8-7 in an extra inning affair. The winning run scored in the top of the tenth on a double by Larry Huyett and a single by Mike Sloan. For Dixon Huyett collected three hits including the double while love hit a Home run. Carlson of Amboy also hit a Homer. Dixon a r h Henry la 4 1 1 love is 5 3 2 Sarafian if 4 0 0 Schryver of 5 1 1 Ommen .3b 5 0 0 Huyett a 5 1 3 Willard .2b 3 0 0 Sloan .2b 10 1 Armstrong of 2 0 0 Kinn of 1 1 0 Krug a 1 0 1 Balayti a 2 1 0 Shiaras. 10 0 totals. 40 8 9 Amboy a r h Carlson is 5 3 2 Jeanblanc of 5 0 1 Butler of 5 1 1 Hickstien a 5 0 2 Liston la 3 0 0 Shaulis .3b 4 0 1 Greenfield .2b 4 12 Dickenson if 4 12 Elliot if 0 0 0 Kirchhoffer a 3 1 0 Jones a 10 0 Larsen. 0 0 0 totals. 39 7 11 r h e Dixon .200 001 103 1�?8 9 5 Amboy .102 301 000 0�?7 11 3 a Telegraph photo Chicago medal winners David Edelson superintendent of Dixon state school is shown congratulating Randy Evers and the rest of the athletes from the Dixon state school for their Fine showing in the special olympic for retarded children held in Chicago saturday. Left to right in the above photo Are Edelson Albert Davis Randy Evers John Holm recreation Aid at the school Sherman Jackson Stanford Pickens and Bernard Clark. Brock singles cardinals win by Vito Stellino up sports writer red schoendienst was a master strategist monday night but he Wasny to much of a psychologist. Schoendienst sent up a Pinch hitter for last years most valuable player Orlando Cepeda in a clutch situation in the ninth inning of St. Louis nationally televised game with Philadelphia. The strategy worked perfectly As Cepeda a replacement Lou Brock singled to keep the rally going and scored the winning run As the cards eventually scored three runs to Edge the phils 5-4. But schoendienst a move in yanking Cepeda who shitting just .264 and has been booed by the St. Louis fans the last two Days could backfire if it disrupts the cards Harmony and upsets Cepeda who was often labelled As a Moody player with the giants but has been the Model of a team player since being traded to the cards two years ago. Change in atmosphere the card dressing room usually a scene of Lively chatter and even livelier Cha Cha records played by Cepeda was quiet after the Victory even though it boosted the cardinals Lead to 1114, games. The card players kept going up to Cepeda trying to console Horn. Schoendienst defended his action. A you done to have a Guy like Brock on the Bench All the time. If Brock had not been there i would have let Cepeda hit a he said a Cepeda Hasni to been hitting like he Julian Javier singled off Woody Fryman to Start the ninth and Curt flood beat out a bunt against John Boozer. Brock then singled in a run and Mike Shannon followed with a run scoring double. Tim Mecar ver then followed with a sacrifice Fly off Grant Jackson that scored Brock to win the game. Elsewhere in the National league Houston blanked los Angeles 4-0, new York topped Atlanta 5 2 and Chicago whipped san Francisco 7-2. Indians top orioles in the american league California nipped Minnesota 6-5, Oakland blanked Chicago 4-0, Cleveland Topper Baltimore 7-3 and Boston nipped new York 7-6. Ron Swoboda tripled in one run and scored on Jerry Buchek Staple As the mets snapped a 2-2 tie in the sixth to hand Atlanta its sixth straight loss. Don Cardwell pitched a five hitter to gain his fourth win against nine losses. Dave Giusti pitched a seven hitter for his sixth win against 10 losses As the astros blanked the dodgers. Rusty staub led the 13-hit attack with three hits while Dick Simpson scored the first run in the fifth and knocked in one during the two run sixth inning. Willie Smiths two run Pinch double snapped a 2-2 tie in the eighth and led Chicago past san Francisco. Starter Joe Niekro 9-6, went seven innings to get the win and then gave Way to Pinch hitter Smith. Ultimatum and agreed to report for today a first practice. He still faces a Fine for failing to show up on schedule last wednesday. A a in a sorry i missed five Days of valuable training time a Olsen said a aft was due to a sign four veterans the Philadelphia eagles signed four veterans monday and expect two others quarterback King Hill and Center Lynn Hoyem in Camp this week. Signed where linebacker Fred Brown receiver Fred Hill and defensive backs a1 Nelson and Aaron Martin. Washington announced the release of seven players leaving 72 players in the redskins Carlisle pa., training Camp. Quarterback Joe Namath turned out to be the target of the largest autograph crowed Ever spotted at a new York jets training Camp when the team opened full scale workouts at the Hofstra College Field 111 Hempstead . The overweight problem hit the Denver Bronco Camp and coach Lou Saban said he asked waivers on 1967 starting fullback to Hickey for reporting to Camp with excess poundage. Sports briefs Tokyo apr world Junior lightweight boxing Champion Hiroshi Kobayashi of Japan will meet Ruben Navarro of Mexico in a no title fight in Tokyo aug. 26, filipino matchmaker Lope Sarreal announced today. Compton baseball Compton the mount Morris softball team gave the Compton merchants a rough time sunday afternoon but the merchants came out on top in two close games 3-2 and 2-1. Winning Pitcher in the first game was Bob Fuller Shabbona. Hits were Jack Jacobs with a double and a triple Willie Hanson two doubles Kenney and Earl Sheridan each one hit. With two outs Earl Sheridan knocked in the winning run in the Bottom of the seventh inning. He brought in Kenneth Florschuetz who was running for Jack Jacobs and had gotten on base with a double. Winning Pitcher in the second game was Larry Eddy. Willie Hanson hit a Home run and a single Earl Sheridan a triple and Dennis Neal a single. Next games for the merchants Are wednesday night at Dixon state school and a tournament at Rock Falls july 28 to aug. 3. Team members have extended their thanks to or. And mrs. Bud Jacobs for use of their swimming Pool after the game sunday a Cool change after the hot Ball Diamond. Brookline mass. Apr the Veteran Ramanathan Krish Nan of India Long noted As one of the worlds top Amateur players is among the latest group of entries for the 88th annual . National Tennis championships aug. 16-25 at Longwood. Others include Ion Siriac of Rumania and Jaime Filoi of Chile. Co o s1�o do o oses it makes Good sense for guaranteed year round pest free living Don t wait Cau today 284-6982 arwell division world s largest

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