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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - July 25, 1977, Lebanon, Pennsylvania JIM MURRAY Fighting The Delayed Game UtMnon Daily Nmn Monday July 19 There are many difficult maneuvers to guard against in the world of sport Theres the delayed steal the delayed buck And then of course theres the delayed telecast the hardest to overcome The British Open courtesy of ABC comes on the air in California nine hours after over That means 80 to 200 mil lion people in the world already know the result The trick is not to let any of them tell you If youre a golf fan you want to sit in front of that TV and see sus pense not history news not Major League Nttlonil League 1st geme Houston 10304000210140 Chlcego 1005300006 1 Pentx Sambito 6 and Herrmann Bums Broberg Moore P fieuachel Hernandez 9 and WPenU 31 LPenU 910 HRsHouSton Cabsll Howe Cedeno Chicago Siittner 2nd gams Houston 0012101101100 Chicago 1020001004102 Niekro and Herrmann Renko Moore Todd SI Hernandez 8 and Swijher WNiekro 53 LMoore 31 HRs ChicarjO 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Toronto Bailor Texie 000 002 002490 develend 0000100001 71 Alexander end Sundberg Qanand ond Kendall Fosse wAiexandsr n5 L Qsrtsnd 711 Carty Ktneee City 0000100001 Mew JBOOIOOtaJ 10 Haaaier and Porter Sullen Tidrow 8 end Munson WOullstt LHassier 43 JOaOOOOOaIUl Barrios Hamilton and Eesian Jenkins Lee 5 and Fisk WBarrios 104 LJenkms 77 HRsCnlcsgo Qarr 7 Soderholm 2 Boaton Yastnem Ski Lynn 12 Eastern League tekrtefe HseuHe West Haven 12 Heeding 0 Weurbury 10 Jersey City 6 Brwoi 2 Quebec City 1 e Three ftiwn e Jonestown Flood Inundates Galeton Jonestowns legion junior baseball team had little trouble MTUmAYOAME MM feeding 9 HMO 4 WKtrtxify 10 Jersey 4 Irwoi I Quebec 4 MoiyoW 10 Tnrte fttnn 1 nostalgia Unless you have a hearing problem or live on an ice floe its not easy Dodging the delay is a fine art First of all you have to turn off all radios including the one in the car Never answer the telephone Cross the street when you see someone coming who looks as ifhe might ever have held a putter in his hand Your ploy is not to get in any situation where someone can whisper The butler did it if you know what I mean There are some things you must make sure to do Like 1 Never Roll Down a Car Window In I960 when the Open in Denver was delayed a few hours for the West Coast I had carefully avoided coming into contact with anyone who knew a cleat from a cleek had shut down all the electronic means of communications and even though it was a hot day had headed home with the win dows rolled tightly up lest a guy in an open convertible drive by with his radio blaring and news of the Open on I got within the last stoplight of home and was waiting for it to change when a friend drove alongside and began gesticulating wildly I thought perhaps he was having a seizure of some kind so I rol led down the window Isnt it wonderful about Palmer he shouted And let the air out of my evening Never Look at a News Rack In 1971 in the British Open at had taken aU the usual precautions and avoided all the pitfalls of infor mation for 8Vi of the required nine hours when I had to go to the store for a loaf of bread Out side the market a neighbor hailed me to complain that the news rack at the market was always out of copies of our paper Without thinking I glanced at the rack Sure enough our papers were all gone But there were copies of a rival paper and across the top was the headline Trevino Wins British 3 Instruct Your Wife Not to Talk to Strangers Like the Mailman or the Bottled Water Deliverer In 1964 when I thought I was hermetically sea led off from the real world till the delayed telecast cameon my wife came in sorting let ters I was just talking to the she said Whos Tony Lema Well you can see dodging the delay should be an Olympic sport In this day and age the instant something happens Channel S has two helicopters at the site 90 million telephones are relaying the news across state lines every FM station in the world keeps repeating it over and over and skywriters are spelling it out over City Hall Trying not to find out something is harder than find ing gold It doesnt always help to warn your friends that if they know who won the British Open not to tell you In 1967 when Jack Nicklaus and Roberto de Vin cenzo were heading into the final round I warned a guest not to tell me if he knew and the friend a casual but not dedi cated sports fan shrugged I never heard of the guy any I wanted to poison his cocktail because even he had heard of Nicklaus The only year I didnt find out who won the British premature ly was the year I went to it 1969 Even then I had the eerie feel ing standing on No 17 that someone was going to come along and whisper in my ear Nicklaus will bogey here and Tony Jacklin will birdie and then will par 18 to become tne first Britisher in 18 years to win I felt all along that Saturday that along about 3 a voice would come out of the sky say ing Isnt it wonderful about Watson Or that a guest would arrive and say Well I wont tell you who won but that man cant win them Or that it would be like the year 1972 when I did ali the right things and kept myself in a nine hour news then turned on the TV to find the whole community was in a news blackout The power had failed on the Mth hole of the replay My wife takes all this in rtride Only the other day I heard her on the phone to a friend who was coming over Do me a favor will you Dont bring up World War II and tell my husband how it came out He wants to watch Victory at Sea and not know whose it ibrhM ibrhW 4210 8333 4110 5331 4211 6432 2100 4634 3012 441 4022 3112 01 2 4412 1 Totals 26 7 8 5 Totals 44 30 23 26 Score by Innings 000 043 7 456 267 2 Galeton 4 Jonestown 1 Gileton Hoerner Swoyer Houser Cl Strupp Ch Strupp Houser G Shirk Ip h r bb so S 3 4 2 10 1 3351 1 0000 10 12 1 0 1 4581 J 1 4760 1 5 6 6 0 Clmlno 2 Foster DulaoohnBarret over the weekend with Galeton and advanced to the State Tour nament at Indiana beginning a week from tomorrow The County Legion Junior champ whipped Galeton 307 on Saturday at home then post ed a 132 win on the losers field yesterday completing the sweep of the bestofthree Sec tion 4 series Lon Krall hurled a sixhitter in the seriesclinching win yes terday and also stroked three hits scored twice and drove in two runs Troy Shott drove in three runs with two hits and Steve Hoerner and Gary Shirk each had two RBIs Sam Lush had three of Galetons six hits In Saturdays annihilation Shirk had six RBIs and Karl Swoyer scored six runs Six players had three hits each and Swoyer struck out 10 batters in the first five innings allowing just four hits to get the win After Swoyer retired Galeton in order to start the game Satur day the locals wasted no time in getting on the board Krall opened with a single and after Hoerner reached on an error and Shott walked to load the sacks Swoyer hit into a fiel ders choice Krall scoring After another fielders choice Cliff Strupp lined a shot off the third basemans glove for an error scoring the second run and Shirk made it 30 with a sac rifice fly Chris Strupp singled home the fourth run of the frame Another inning for Swoyer in the second was followed by a fivebagger for the locals all after two were out A dropped fly ball started it all and triples by Swoyer and Chris Strupp and doubles by Bob Houser and Cliff Strupp did most of the damage Shirks single in the inning also helped Galeton got the first two men on base in the third on a hit batt er and a walk but Swoyer got the next three batters two on strikeouts Jtown then put the game out of reach with six runs Hoerner and Swoyer doubled around a Shott triple for two runs and after Houser walked Shirk and Mike Kerkeslager singled around a walk to Cliff Strupp Krall and Hoerner then drew walks before Shott lined out to third to end the inning Swoyer kept his nohitter in tact after four innings but in the fifth with one out Lush Steve Singer and Kevin ODell stroked three straight hits for two runs A walk to Ken Rager and a pop out was followed by another hit from Richard Bur ton and a hit batter Swoyer got out of further trouble with a strikeout Jonestown came right back with three straight singles by Krall Hoerner and Shott a walk to Swoyer Housers sac rifice fly and two more singles by Shirk and Kerkeslager around a walk to Todd Klick Three walks and two singles accounted for Galetons three runs in the sixth and in the seventh after Kerkeslager loaded the bases with walks Shott came in to get a fly ball double play and a ground out to end the game Gary Hess made the catch in right and threw out Rick Smith trying to score A scoreless game after two innings yesterday Jtown scored three runs in each of the next three innings and two in each of the last two while Krall allowed single runs in the third and seventh A walk and an error got J town started in the third and Krall drove in the first run with a single to right The second run scored on a fielders choice and after Swoyer walked Houser hit a sacrifice fly for the third run Galeton scored on singles by Smith and Lush and two ground outs Two walks Kralls single and a double and a single by Shott and Swoyer respectively accounted for Jtowns three runs in the fourth and Cliff Strupps double singles by Shirk Chris Strupp and Krall made it a 91 game in the fifth In the two games Jonestown batters struck out only twice in 104 plate appearances They banged out 35 hits 10 of them for extra bases SUNDAY DAME OiMon Jonestown ib r h bl ib r h bl 4031 5232 4001 3000 3000 3000 3010 4 1 1 0 3 0 1 3212 1000 1310 0100 4101 Smith 1110 1000 1000 4102 5123 4121 3121 Totals 25 2 6 2 Totals 35 13 12 12 Score by Innings 003 332 213 001 000 1f 0 Galeton 3 Jonestown 1 Lush Shott Cl Strupp SF Houser Krall ip h 76 r er bb so 2245 5 9 11 7 6 1 m 232210 Shirk by Rager Slrakowskl i Small Phils Cut Cub Lead To Slim HalfGame Dodgers Emotional Galetons Sam Lush 17 slides home following wild pitch in fifth inning of Saturdays playoff game as Jonestown pitcher Karl Swoyer covers plate Daily News photo by Earl Brightbill SAN DIEGO UPI If the hiladelphia Phillies were happy after their 74 victory over the Padres Sunday they became even happier after they read the scores out of Houston The Chicago Cubs dropped both ends of a doubleheader to the Astros leaving Philadel phia just halfgame behind the Cubs in the National League East Were playing good baseball manager Danny Ozark said and I feel comfortable about our position Of course the Cubs are going to be strong theyre leading And Pittsburgh is coming And St Louis theyll win their share It should be a race right down to the wire Its not going tobe The Phillies scored one run in each of the first three innings and the Padres scored two each in the first and second San Diego still led 43 entering the seventh when Ted Sizemore walked and scored on a sac rifice fly by Larry Bowa The Flanagan Typifies Orioles By United Press International Mike Flanagans reincarna tion parallels the Baltimore Orioles resurgence this season Coincidence Not likely Flanagan who was up for brief trial during the 1975 sea son is essentially a secondyear man After a 35 record in 20 games last year the 25yearold southpaw got off a 28 start this season and the specter of Roch ester loomed After winning his sixth straight complete game Sun day however all thoughts of re turning to the Orioles Interna tional League farmclub have been dispelled Baltimore beat Milwaukee 32 behind Flana gans fourhitter in the first game of a doubleheader to halt a threegame losing streak and the Orioles also took the night cap 43 Besides limiting the Brewers to four singles and striking out five Flanagan retired 11 bat ters in a row setting down the side in order in the fourth fifth Continued on page 22 Phillies went ahead 64 on a basedloaded single by Greg Luzinski that drove in Tim McCarver and Bake McBride Rich Hebner drove in the fourth run with a single A month ago I said if we could get within four games by the AllStar break well chal lenge the said Sizemore And we got down to two Im more worried about Pittsburgh than the Cubs Theyre coming on and they can score with any Both starting pitchers got re lief in the seventh inning but Jim Kaat collected the win to raise his record to 45 while Bob Owchinko took the loss to drop to 36 Dodgers S Mets 3 The Los Angeles Dodgers are unlikely to score a more emotional victory than they did Sunday until when and if they win the National League pennant Davey Lopes whose threerun homer with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning enabled the Dodgers to score a 53 victory over the New York Mets and Manager Tom Lasor da had watery eyes and the usu ally unemotional Reggie Smith admitted he was close to tears The dramatic victory which came after Lopes got a second life when right fielder Bruce Boisclair dropped his foul fly for what should have been the final out of the game snapped a threegame losing streak and built the Dodgers lead over the Hollis Stacy Withstands The Pressure Cincinnati Reds to 1012 games in the National Leagues West ern Division I hit a fastball away for the home said Lopes I dont know where I got the power but maybe it was from the Big Dodger in the sky I dont think Ive ever been so emotional in my life When the baU started out I thought I had a chance for a double My eyes were water ing when the ball went over When my foul ball was dropped I figured it was an he continued It made me confident that I would get a hit I prayed Lopes would get a hit and when he did it brought tears to my said Lasor da This should make us more relaxed I had a team meeting before the game and told them they were not playing the excit ing ball lately that I had prom ised the I feel this is a very impor tant win because we were start ing to doubt ourselves and be coming said Smith It was very emotional The homer almost brought tears to my eyes because we havent come back to win in a long Boisclairs sacrifice fly had given the Mets a 32 lead in the top of the ninth against Charlie Hough after a homer by Smith tied the score at 22 in the bot tom of the eighth Hough who allowed a run and two hits in two innings won his fifth game while Bob Apodaca suffered his fourth loss Continued on page 21 CHASKA Minn UPI For four days the crowd expected young Hollis Stacy to fold under pressure and give up the lead in the Womens Open Golf Tournament to the veteran de fending champion Jo Anne Carner But when they handed out the big shiny trophy and the winners check Sunday evening Stacy was there to receive it The 23yearold pro won with a fouroverpar 292 over Hazel tine National Golf Course one of the toughest in the country Next to her was 20yearold Nancy Marie Lopez who was runnerup two strokes back with a 294 in her profesional debut Carner 38 scrambled her way to third with a 29S but the kids stole the show Stacy confident and cool in her eighth open led all the way Lopez tied her at three over par midway through the final round and Stacy said she felt like the cartoon of a mail man with a bulldog biting on his leg who wouldnt let But she shook loose Stacy and Lopez both fired twooverpar 74s good enough to stay ahead of Garner who had a 73 When we were sitting out there at the presentation cere Stacy said I said to Nancy Its just like the national junior tournament which Stacy won three times and Lopez twice and she said she felt the same way Nancy was there and Amy Alcott 21 tied for fourth with 298 was right nearby Beth Daniel the low amateur with 308 was there and Cathy Reynolds another amateur with 313 There are so many young people Stacy left for Italy to relax for a week and then plans to enter the European Championships at London a week later But she shook loose Stacy and Lopez both fired twooverpar 74s good enough to stay ahead of Carner who had a 73 When we were sitting out there at the presentation cere Stacy said I said to Nancy Its just like the national junior tournament which StaCy won three times and Lopez twice and she said she felt the same way Nancy was there and Amy Alcott 21 tied for fourth with 298 was right nearby Beth Daniel the low amateur with 308 was there and Cathy Reynolds another amateur with 313 There are so many young people Stacy left for Italy to relax for a week and then plans to enter the European Championships at London a week later to celeb rate and then go to the LPGA school in Ohio to prove in qual ifying shes good enough for a pro playing card Tied with Alcott for fourth were Australian Jan Stephen son playing out of La Quinta who was only one stroke behind Stacy after three rounds but had trouble with trees and sand in the final round for 79 and Pat Bradley round to finish at 299 Donna Caponi Young had 300 and Jane Blalock was at 301 Bunched at 302 were Judy Rankin JoAnn Prentice all time leading money winner Kathy Whitworth and Sally Little Stacy praised the greens keeper at Hazeltine and said I dont know what course Dave Hill was playing but I sure liked During the 1970 mens Open Hill called the course a cow HOLLIS STACY new open queen Lee Trevino Alive And Putting In Canada OAKVILLE Ont UPI Lee Trevino had something to prove not only to himself but to those skeptics who thought he was through And the colorful Trevino the fourth ailtime leading money winner on the PGA circuit showed em all that he hasnt lost much of the skill that has made him one of pro golfs mil lionaires The 37yearold Trevino com pletely recovered from back surgery performed last year made it to the winners circle for the firat time since May of 1976 Sunday when he carded a final round of 74 to win the Cana dian Open for the second time in his career Starting the day with a six stroke lead Trevino was never seriously challenged He lost only two strokes to par and his lead on the Glen Abbey course to finish with a 72hole total of eightunder par 280 and grab the first prize of Sometimes people who think theyre tough need to get knocked down Then they re member what got them there was hard said Trevino When you get hurt you want to prove something that youre not washed up Thats the road Im on now It was a pretty easy day for me I actually didnt play the back very well especially the last four or five holes I kept looking at the board and nobody was doing anything so I started hitting it to the center of the greens Trevino injured his back last year attempting to move an ear thfilled pot Doctors diagnosed the injury as a torn ligament and Trevino remained in bed for most of eight weeks before re sorting to surgery The heaviest thing I Lift now is a 12ounce can of he quipped Trevino who had earned only on the tour this year prior to the tournament pushed his career earnings to with his 20th PGA victory He previously won the Cana dian Open the worlds fourth oldest national tourney in 1971 As a result of his repeat perfor mance Trevino will join 13 other competitors in Septem bers World Series of Golf Runnerup to Trevino in the Canadian Open was Britains Peter Oosterhuis whose best previous finish came as run nerup in the 1974 Monsanto Open Oosterhuis came from eight strokes behind and finished with a 70 to close within four strokes of Trevino with 284 He picked up for the sec ond place finish I dont know whether I had it in my mind to catch said Oosterhuis who now lives in California I had a chance to finish eightunder but I just played each shot as it came along I just played with much better concentration than Ive had I think weve all forgotten how good he really Oos terhuis said of Trevino Tom Kite who at one point closed to within three strokes of the lead with birdies on the first two holes recorded a final round 73 to finish in third place with 285 while Jack Nicklaus the courses architect finished in a tie for fourth with five other players Six strokes behind Trevino and fourunder par at the start of the day Nicklaus had a final round 74 and slipped to two under par for the tournament the only major golf contest he has failed to win in his career A victim of his own creation Nicklaus started the back nine threeunderpar and seven strokes behind Trevino He then ran into putting trouble and had consecutive bogeys on the 13th 14th and 15th recovering slight ly with birdies on 16 and 18 to end at 286 Joining Nicklaus at 286 were Floyd Mike Morley Bill Krat zert Mike McCullough and Charles Ccody Each picked up ;