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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Ii i 11 ures Debby banker triple jump with 380 there it is Terry Kennedy of the padres Points to the Ball that Catcher Ron Hodges of the mets dropped while trying to tag Gene Richards at Home plate san Diego third base coach Ozzie Virgil right watches the action up photo Ford supplies muscle again for orioles win Byre Mcmane up sports writer a year ago the Baltimore orioles were got Possession of the least popular Ford since baseball standings National St new los san san thursdays result san Diego 3 new York 2 today games All times not Cincinnati Power 11 at Chicago Jenkins 131 pm san Francisco Breining 43 at Montreal Rogers pm Houston Knepper 15 at Pittsburgh Mcwilliams pm los Angeles Preuss 51 Al new York Allen pm san Diego Hawkins 22 at Philadelphia Carlton pm Atlanta Mcmurtry 51 at St Louis Lapoint pm saturdays games Cincinnati at Chicago san Francisco at Montreal san Diego at Philadelphia Houston at Pittsburgh night los Ang at new York night Atlanta at St Louis night the Edsel after Corning to the orioles in a Trade with the California Angels Dan Ford suffered through the worst year of his major league career this year he vowed to turn the Boos to cheers and so far Hes been one of the orioles most productive hitters for the second night in a Row thursday night he hit a Gam winning Homer to Lead the orioles to a 21 Victory Over the Toronto Blue jays celebrating his 31st birthday Ford connected off Mike Morgan 03 with two out in the eighth inning following a double by John Shelby to give the orioles their eighth Vic tory in their last nine games it didst Start out like much of a Day said Ford who also turned in a leaping catch against the right Field Wall we were travelling on my birthday it was raining when we got Here and i do a lot of things i wanted to but that Home run i think was the Best birthday present Ive Ever had Fords Homer came on a 10 pitch and helped Scott Mcgregor to his fourth Victory in six decisions Mcgregor blanked the Blue jays for 8 13 innings before Cliff Johnson spoiled the shutout bid with a Solo Homer Tim Stoddard and Tippy Martinez came on to gel the final two outs elsewhere in the american league Boston topped Minnesota 41 Detroit nipped Texas 21 in 10 innings and Seattle blanked California 1 0 in the Only National league game san Diego edged new York 32 red sox 4 twins l at Boston Dave Stapleton continued his hot hitting with two hits in three a bats including the Gam winning single and Doug Bird pitched six Strong innings to Lead the red sox tigers 2 rangers 1 at Detroit Pinch hitter John Wockenfuss delivered a sacrifice Fly to score Pinch runner Enos Cabell with the winning run in the 10th inning to give the tigers a Victory behind the four hit pitching of Milt Wilox mariners 1 Angels 0 at Seattle Julio Cruz scored on a suicide squeeze bunt by Jamie Allen in the eighth inning to break up a pitching Duel Between Ken Forsch and Rookie Matt Young who went the distance for the first time for the mariners win padres 3 mets 2 at new York Eric show celebrated his 27th birthday by combining with Luis Deleon on a seven hitter in helping padres break new Yorks fou game winning Streak Darryl Strawberry hit his third Homer in four games for the mets leading batters based of 31 plate appear x lumber o games each team has played National league g a h pet 31 111 38 342 28 103 35 340 32 133 45 338 30 123 41 333 36 138 45 326 35 137 44 321 39 144 46 313 35 127 40 315 37 143 45 315 37 137 43 1314 league g a h pet 30 123 54 439 41 398 48 358 40 351 49 350 42350 Evans of Hendrick St Dawson Mil Hernndez St Oester Cin Bench Cin Cruz Hou Murphy All Garvey so Kennedy so Anent an Debby barter Hun tin dons Premier triple jumper had no difficulty making the transition from class a a to class aaa Competition yesterday Al the District six track and Field meet but her Bearcat teammates did not fare so Well banker was the paly Huntingdon girl to qualify for the p1aa track and Field championships May 27 28 at Shippensburg state College the Bearcat senior who was the class a Champion in the triple jump two years ago and runner up last Spring had a mighty leap of 380 yesterday which set both District aaa and Hahs records Debby also turned in two second place efforts yester Day in the Long jump she had a distance of which qualified her by Inch for the event in the Pisa meet on the Slushy track she posted a 1639 in the 100 intermediate hurdles for second place but that time did not meet the Pisa minimum standards for class aaa girls so banker is not eligible for that race Hunting bus Only other place Winner yesterday was Nora Wiley who came in third in the 400 with a time of 6006 in the 300 Low hurdles Carol Shaw set a new Hahs record with a time of 5099 but she failed to place coming in seventh Overall in the same event Kelly Burnett had a clocking of 5251 and finished Well Back in the pack Abby christs 2944 clocking in the 200 was too slow for a place and Jennifer croissant did not make it to the finals in the 100 hurdles Bearcat High jumpers croissant Lisa Wykoff and Tammy Wentz were not among the even finalists Amy banker did not make the triple jump finals has 400 relay Christy Amy Burket Wiley and Deb banker posted a 5382 time but failed to place the cat 1600 relay Christy croissant Shaw and Wiley were 23 seconds off the winning time with their banker with her Victory and two second places amassed 26 of Hunting dons 32 Points the Bearcat lasses in their first Outing in class a Aav finished sixth among 12 teams in the girls Competition state College with 195 Points breezed to the team championship Altoona was a Distant second with 99 Points the boys Competition was much closer with the so Little Lions nipping Altoona 143141 for the team title third trip Huntingdon senior triple jump standout Debby banker has earned a third straight trip to the Pisa track and Field championships May 2728 at Shippensburg a class a slate Champ in 1981 and runner up last Spring she will be competing at the aaa level this time Atlanta Stop is lucrative 26103 33 134 30 114 33 140 35 120 33 113 34 129 34 131 32 119 38 336 43 333 43 328 39 328 american Leanne Bah w l pct 23 13 14 go Altoona trips rocket squad 2 a Wauke Toronto new York Stevem Detroit Texas calf of Fuad pm City him Seattle s Detroit 2 Texas 1 Boston 4 Minnesota 1 Baltimore 2 Toronto 1 Seattle 1 California 0 too sets Al Traks a Martinez m at pm Texas Darwin 23 at Detroit pm Scarin at Horat pm bans t2 at kaons City Bic pm Cleveland Eiche Terter m at my Altoona sue Mitchell tossed a three hitter to Lead her Mountain lion teammates to a 144 Romp Over Host Southern Huntingdon yesterday in a rain dampened Keystone league softball contest for the rocket lasses the loss drops them to 611 this season Overall and 49 in league play the Lions Are 104 in the Loop Southern will try to gel Back on the winning track this afternoon against visiting Claysburg Kimmel game time is 4 pm four hits two walks and two rockets miscues opened the door for Altoona in the first inning and the Lions produced our runs they added five More markers in the second to jump to a 90 advantage Southern got a run in the second when Linda Mccall walked stole second went to third of an error and scored on Lori Millers sacrifice in the third so cashed in again with Lisa Parson Par laying a single into the score the Lions played Long Ball in the fifth hanging oat two to he Ltd and a King single with three rocket errors the hits added up to live Altoona runs the score was 142 heading into the Home Hatt of the fifth two lion errors an rib single by Karen Covert and a fielders Choice on which Brenda Downin came Home gave Southern two before Mitchell got the final out Altoona s 4 Mae Kcf a Wrai a Tamra Mellk totals33 14 is 4 Southern Huntingdon a r h e 1 1 of Carew Cal Brett pc Yount Mil Mcrae pc Ford bal Thornton Cle Oglivie Mil Boggs bos min Griffey by Home runs National league Murphy All 11 Guerrero la 10 Evans of and Brock la 9 Garvey so Hendrick St Homer All and Schmidt Phil 7 american league Decin Ces Cal 10 Krelll pc and Winfield by 9 Barfield Tor Castino Minn Lynn Ca and Young Mil 7 runs batted in National league Murphy at 33 Brock la and Kennedy so 29 Hendrick St 27 Bench Cin 26 american league Ward Minn 32 Brett pc 30 Kittle Chi Rice bos and Hrbek Minn z7 stolen bases National league Lacy Pitt and Wilson by 15 Moreno Hou 14 Milner Cin and sax 13 Abe Freaa league Jcruz sea 21 Wilson pc 14 Davis Oak 13 Henderson Oak and r Law Chi 12 pitching victories Nat mud Lea foe Dravecky so and Carlton Phi 62 Mcmurtry and Perez at revs la and Rogers Mil 51 show so and Solo Cin 52 league Stieb 72 Flanagan bait 60 Righetti by 61 Slaton Mil 5 f Kison Cal and Sutcliffe Clev so Honeycutt Tex 52 Leo Nard pc and Young sea 51 earned re Are Rafe based m 1 of came x Amber fames has played National Leaf Ham maker of 124 Perei at Denny Phil 201 Carlton Phil 2it Soto Cin 222 Leagy Salieb Tor 118 Honeycutt Tex 133 Stanley bos 138 Davis bait 1s1 a wig sea 22c games postponed seven of eight scheduled Diamond events were rained out on thursday including three at the Scholastic level the Huntingdon at state College baseball finale in the Central state league has been reset for pm on tuesday May 24 while the mount Union at Hollidaysburg no league baseball rematch was cancelled the Huntingdon at mount Union softball doubleheader capping the Keystone league season has been rescheduled for monday May 23 4 pm at the Allenport Field both Huntingdon Little league rainout were restated the expose is braves will be at pm on monday May 23 and the cubs a giants at pm on wednesday May 25 no new dates were set for the Huntingdon Teener league game Between Ray town sports and fiberglas or the mount Union Little league test Between the Phillies and braves no word was received from the mount Union or babe Ruth league by David Moffit up sports writer Atlanta up based on pay versus play the Atlanta Golf classic suddenly has become one of the most lucrative stops on this years pea tour its purse int unusual in this Day of inflated prize Money but its 54hole run is the classic which will try to get in its opening round today was Cut to 54 holes thursday after Daylong storms postponed play for 24 hours usually lost rounds Are made up by either playing 36 holes on sunday or extending play to monday but tour officials citing a commitment to lbs television decided to go to 54holes in Stead thursdays first starting times were first moved Back two hours to am not As officials hoped for a break in the weather at 9 am they announced play was suspended for the Day the weather forecast called for Cloudy with 60 percent Chance of rain for today but even if it Doest rain it was deemed virtually impossible to get the 151man starting Field around the Atlanta country club course twice the same Day with first place still Worth despite on fourth less action this years leading Money Winner Lanny Wadkins has a shot at soaring to and Topping last years career est in just Over four months the year i am having is a carryover from last year when he won the Phoenix open tournament of champions and Buick said Wadkins who won at Greensboro and successfully defended his Tofu title in april but its victories not Money in looking for sure id like to be the leading Money Winner this year but what i really want is to add to my 12 tour wins Wadkins status As this years top Money Winner int in jeopardy this week the Only other top eight performer playing in the classic is seventh place Ray Floyd and Hes nearly off Wadkin space the classic Field includes Only 19 of the top 50 Money winners a lot of the others were committed to play but 23 withdrew earlier this week the Field does include the classics last three champions Keith Fergus Tom Watson 1981 and Larry Nelson 1980 but not two time champions Jack Nicklaus who will be hosting the memorial tournament next week and Hale Irwin weve still got a pretty Good Field said Nelson who lives just off the 18th Fairway at the Atlanta country club course Northwest of Atlanta we May be missing some of the top winners so far this year but there Are so Many other Good ones Here there was no guarantee they would have been among our leaders this year i dont think you can count anybody out said Fergus All of these Guys can play or they be out Here on the tour City league opens 53rd season monday the Huntingdon City baseball league opens is 53rd consecutive season at Blairs Field monday evening defending Champ South sife meets Smithfield tire in the the league Roll has dropped to six teams this summer vow has withdrawn since ii cannot Field a team or find a manager Holdover entries and their respective managers include South Side co managers Tom Streightiff or and de me Ewen or Smithfield tire John Foster barrys Arco de Hoffman Moose Craig Eisenhart and lakers Preston Feagley Bill Berrier again serves As president with Darlee Black vice president Gaird Zauzig treasurer and Bob snare Secretary games Are scheduled for Blairs Field monday through Friday single games Start at pm and doubleheaders go at6 and the top four teams qualify for postseason play the semifinals will be Breslof three and the finals bestow five South Side took regular season honors last summer with a 171 record the Smith fielders got past Smithfield tire 21 in the Besto three semis and swept barrys Arco 30 for the title South Side has won three straight championships 15 of the last 22 and 23 since the league began operation in 1931 league officials have scheduled pregame ceremonies at Blairs Field monday Lee Rodgers of 722 warm Springs ave Huntingdon who played in the inaugural City league season in 1931 will throw out the first Ball of the 1983 season county sports card Friday baseball Jao Ulm Emu eur ii my i pm Tuua Doii Little league cardinals is i m Goa t u l Hue league Yankees is cubs 6pm softball a must Una i at Hollway Itmari 4 t Southern httttknfdoa4pib saturday May 21 baseball Evansville ind up University of Evansville football coach Randy Rodgers will coach in the 1984 Japan bowl Allstar College football game Jan 16 at Yokohama University officials announced thursday wat Perry at Mouat Union pm Hud Tinjum Cobty Broad top at map Eue Shade Gap t Orbison la Huntingdon Teener league elks 2 pm to Otto hyper insurance i pm Pema Central Baa t at Sualata Valley in mount Union or a Bertuli league Bues is padres am lad Laas it tlten3prn tue league dodgers is exam pull kit is cats mount Union Little Leagy pirates is reds track and Field highs cml Tussey Mountain Iberi Aad Girts District five class a meet at Everett sunday May h baseball county league softball Newton Wayne slur pack league Friendly tavern t calve Glac Bellos at gut Bullas White House inn Ai Mamm big Valley it Fortney at u s sport at outlaws Oil Al Markle Burg my Creek fire at me Taueu Adown Recto Altaf at Mowe 223 Bowling Tours note 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