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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 2, 1968, Levittown, Pennsylvania Langhorne so mar Barbera cuts pin Trail to Florida by Jack Knarr courier times sports writer beware. Miami. The a mad Barber Quot of i an Horne has eyes for you. Vince Mazzanti of Levit town is the a mad the 40-y e a r of i d father of three who Cut a devastating figure while leveling the pins and the Field in the 19bb Abc Bowling tournament will take his expanding Waistline Bis family and the medium Speed Hook to Florida july 23-28 As a representative of the United states and the american Bowling Congress in the sixth annual invitation a i tournament of the americas. A sports writer Hung the a mad Barber Quot tag on the Jolly Bristol native eight years ago when Mazzanti began his Trail of destruction through area howling. And even now in his own Little three chair shop officially tabbed Vince Sbarber shop in Langhorne Mazzanti revels in the nickname. The mad Barber. Mazzanti has a problem. It is evident when he hauls his 5-10. 190-Pound Frame to the alleys and toes the line. His Midriff bulge is a popping out All Over Quot his words and he a tires must be a help you tear him complain about the weight and then you realize that this Man has just Defeated 40,000 other bowlers in the Abc Rolloff. It must be a help not a hindrance. A too much iced Tea Quot he jokes. A and my wife keeps feeding me these terrific italian you can hear his Mouth watering. A pizza. Lasagne. and then a hungry chuckle. Mazzanti surely loves his food but he loves his Bowling just As much. A i hit All the he says. He bowls five nights a week. Or talks about the food and he flakes fun of the Midriff and then he rattles off a Block of statistics that indicate he does no to joke about Bowling. He is a Royal pain in the for competitors. Rolls 7.22 consider six 300 games one sanctioned five open. A 755 High triple. A 205 average. Of i if Vince Mazzanti. Miami bound Mazzanti opened his 1988 Abc tournament hid with a 732 blast in regular team action. Carrying his food fair club to a 3.064 total eventually Good for second place. His winning 7.971 Effort in Al events was rounded Oft with a 600 series in doubles and a 639 in singles. For Mazzanti. Championship performances Are not a new experience. He won the 1962, 1966 and 1967 Peterson match game tournaments has been a member of five City championship teams and on state team champions three times. In addition he owns a City All events and City doubles Crown. The weight does no to Hurt at All. Although Mazzanti c o n s i of a is endurance his weak Point he will in preparation for the Miami event go out and practice. A i want to work on my timing footwork swing. There a going to be a lot of Good bowlers there. From 23 countries. I Mazzanti uses a 16-Pound, Finger tip Manhattan Ball. A bit bewildered the Abc title has the balding Barber a bit bewildered. A i never thought of experiencing any of this stuff Quot he says referring also to the Miami scene. In october he plans to visit Canada for the world tournament. The Mazzanti name will probably haunt area competitors Tor years to come. Should Vince a calories get the Best of him. Vince jr., a 16-year-old High school expert can to expected to step in. Vince or. Recently captured the lower Bucks individual High school championship and went on to win the leagues tournament at the end of the season. Mrs. Mazzanti Margaret must put something special in that lasagne. There Are two other Mazzanti sprouts a Mary Ann 22. And Julia exactly 18 months. A a in a getting rejuvenated Quot quips the mad one. With that he returned next door to the restaurant set order lunch. I i zz.7. Ext ii mid pitch ends Streak cards Gibson cried inside by United press International Bob Gibson laughed outwardly at misfortune monday night but he must have cried a underneath All the smiles. Gibson sat smiling and like a the most important this is to win the and Gibson did win the game bit by a 5 1 margin As the cardinals topped the los Angeles dodgers. But with the apparently relaxed in the St. Cards leading the league by 64 Louis Cardinal dressing room games it was hard to believe and said All the right things the game itself was the most important thing. The really important thing to the crowd of 54.157 at dodger stadium was that the drama of the heralded Gibson Don Drys aide Duel was decided in the first inning when Gibson tossed a wild pitch to let in the dodgers Lone run. One wild pitch. It Cost Gibson a sixth consecutive shutout the wild pitch came after consecutive two out singles by Len Gabrielson and Tom Haller in the Lith inning scored Tony Perez to give the reds the Triumph Over the astros. Perez Phillies halt loss Streak. 64 Page 18 Edwards holds off on Boycott action tainted run snaps Streak St. Louis cards Bob Gibson watches helplessly As los Angeles dodgers Len Gabrielson 14 scores from third on wild pitch in first inning to Stop Gib songs Streak of scoreless innings at 48-2/3. The run also halted Gibson a shutout string at five games As cards won 5-1. Up telephoto Al Kali be makes a switch starts career Over again which would have tied the Chicago map it a Theophila record Drysdale set last and that so Fiat Delphia Phillis ended a four game losing Streak monday night As Chris Short led them to a 64 Victory Over the Chicago cubs. However the win Wasny to accomplished until the cubs threatened to pull out the game with a ninth inning rally at Wrigley Field. The phils took advantage of three Early errors by the cubs. Moved ahead 3 0. After Chicago narrowed the Lead to a run in the sixth inning the Phillies added two runs in the seventh and another in the eighth. As the last of the ninth began. Short was rolling along with a four run Lead. When the cubs were up. Short retired Chicago a Ron Santo making it look like an easy Fin ish. Relief Pitcher Gary Wagner came on after two singles and a walk and struck out Adolfo Phil lips with the bases loaded but then he gave up a two run single to Pinch hitter Willie Smith and walked a Batter to reload the bases. Right hander John Boozer took Over for the phils at that Point. July 2, 1968 j wailed two. But Drysdale was Way off form As he allowed to and it snapped his consecutive hits in 6 13 innings while taking scoreless innings Streak at 48 2 the loss. Both Drysdale and 3. Ruining his bid to match or Gibson Are now 10-5 this year beat the record of 58 2 3 that elsewhere in the National Drysdale also set last month. League Philadelphia topped so close Chicago 6 4. Cincinnati nipped one wild pitch. Gibson came Houston 3-2 in la innings and so close. But he just said Atlanta beat san Francisco. 51. Philosophically. Quot i threw a wild eleventh inning win Tommy Helms sacrifice and scored Gabrielson who Drew a walk stole second As jumped up and Down on Home Johnny Bench struck out and plate As the crowd roared. Went on to third when John Gibson pitched shutout Ball Bateman s throw went into the rest of the Way although he Center. He then scored on Wasny to really Sharp As he was Perez Fly. Tom Dukes the fifth touched for nine hits and Houston Pitcher gave up the run and lost the game while Clay Carroll won it in Relief. Cecil Upshaw pitched two innings of witless Relief Ball to preserve Phil Niekras sixth Victory As the braves topped the giants to take Over second place Upshaw relieved Niekro with runners on first and second and none out in the eighth and set Down the giants without a Fly hit. Tito Francona. With two a hits and two walks drove in two of the five Atlanta runs. San Francisco up Harry Edwards has the . Olympic committee Over a barrel today and he can Start rolling it any time he wants. Tom Ake matters even worse for the committee Edwards has the Staves spiked and greased and from Here on in right up to oct. 12, he s the Man who will be calling the turn As far As the 1968 olympic games Are concerned. If you done to think so just a. I a Lin scores attend. M i �?�11�?1 t o san Francisco 000 i 000�?1 la Niekro. I pan a its it and torn bolts. Linzy i and Barton Dyrti 7. We a Niekro a. Up a Bott 2 21. To inn no to Cincinnati too too Ooi Oil i 7 0 Houston too too too kill Maloney. Abernathy i. Carroll a Ini and Bench Giunti Ria Aina Ama 9. Ray a it. Or in a hoi Duke a lot and Batman we a Carroll 1-1. Up a Duke <0-11. 18 to notify the International j Edwards and his group which olympic committee of the numbers just about the world s makeup of the yank track and Best in the too and 200 meter Field team. The Rule applies to dashes the Long jump triple every member nation As Well jump and the hurdles can do final trials scheduled any one of a number of things. Before then the committee they can decide to go to plans to hold final trials at a Tahoe and then Call their High Altitude training base near Boycott. Lake Tahoe Cali from sept. They can go to Lake Tahoe. Oil Tillou is 9 to sept. 17 the various make the final team and Call a athletes including about 50 Boycott after the sept. 18 Nego rps. Will compete from deadline eight to 12 in each event to they can go to Mexico City St. Louis. Sio i Jook a 19 9 Las Argalas. In too too i 9 9 Gibson <1 and Edward Drysdale. Brewer <7purdin <9 and Haller. Ii Dryad <io-5>. Ghosts Lions in last night s action in the Middletown township summer basketball league senior Divi Check the options once to the determine the final three who and then before the Sion the ghost Bob Sharp 22 p p i a it Iii Neie via tee Barnes get underway. A a it a a Man who is spearheading ttewil1 a a 10 mexic0 Cit a a proposed negro Boycott of the games to be held in Mexico City this fall and the alternatives faced by the . Olympic committee Edwards by implication. Mantle All Star beat the bluejays Steve Ratcliff 875 20. While the Langhorne Lions Bill Pfeiffer 16 downed the bears Paul Melnyk la. 37-24. Tonight at 8 ., a Battle of Mickey Oakland and Tony Oliva of two undefeated teams will take Minnesota and catchers Joe place in the unlimited division Azcue of Cleveland and Duane when Rotolo a Barbers meets by United press International Al Kaline has successfully made the transition from class 1a to position in. Kalie the smooth Star who has been the class of the Detroit Outfield for the past 15 years began his major league career All Over again monday night when he put on a first baseman a Glove and played his very first game at that position. A the Success of the switch was outstanding if measured by the tigers 54 Victory Over the California Angels moderate if measured by Kaliney a run producing single which sent Detroit into a 2 1 Lead and at least Ordinary if measured by fits defensive play which of included a few awkward moments and one error. The shift of Kaline who came Iff the disabled list earlier in the Day after a five week Layoff clue to a fractured Bone in his rearm suffered May 25 in Oakland overshadowed two homers by All Star Catcher Bill Freehan and a dazzling 14 i strikeout performance by Mick 1 4jy Lolich. Indians top twins a the Cleveland indians kept p t a a a. Lin scores Pace with the tigers by beating Minnesota 4 1, the Chicago White sox Defeated Baltimore 6 3, the Boston red sox blanked Oakland 3 0 and the Washington senators edged new York 31 in other Al games. The first grounder to Kaline i was a hard hit Ball by vie Dava Lillo and it resulted in a Fine play by the fledgling first baseman. But in the seventh inning he was charged with an error when he pulled his foot off the bag stretching to the Home plate Side of first for a throw from third baseman Dick Tracewski. Man cookie Rojas. And that follow ended the game. J movement. So in the end what had ap-1 we have the numbers and geared to be just an extra run in we can up Boycott and the seventh inning proved to be a me we like said Edwards. The winning tally for the phils. A we Are in the Drivers that now and we can Call the tune. Every other player with me exception of Mantle was select i / ,. De to his first major league All i la if in 18 Loop p j miss Lacoste set to defend Golf Boston up retiring a Venn Beckert on a roil-1 claims he has at least 35 negro i Mantle was named to the reining violin Ducj Civ a a . Athinis read t0 american league All Star team Tine grounder to second base track and held athletes ready in Hig Josephson o chicag i Vernon tavern. Illustrious career but this time it was the fifth straight year it was strictly honorary. In which Oliva was chosen. The 36 year old new York every other player with Halo Willu s Nom Yankee slugger will carry an anaemic batting average of around .240 into the traditional Star team. A a k j the Black people have had no mid season classic but he still to la a let be s payers. Nuna rhe Levittown a Quot "8ers a so in a 2 victories in this country but i flashes his explosive Power on 8ers an4 coaches chose the swung to the tune of a 27-41 win a et0rles m y occasion he has la Home runs starting eight players and Over untied souls last night in career total of Williams who guided the red the Delaware Valley girls 529, five Short of a tie with a a t0 their first Pennant in 21 Ball league. Jimmie Foxx for third place in years a named seven the swingers sixth straight the All time Home run annals pitchers As Well As his final to win was aided by homers from Mantle was picked with nine reserves artilly team Karen Lucas and Donna Ander other players including leading the stank Ayers inc used first baseman Harmon Kille Philadelphia a r h i Rotas 2b pen a Gonzalez it Allen la lock of Joseph la Brig la Rvan c Short p Wagner p Boozer p 4 2 10 4 12 0 5 0 2 1 4 12 1 3 110 5 0 11 9 0 0 0 4 13 0 Chicano Oakland of 000�?0 4 i Reston. Ooi 002 00-3 i 7 Dobson. Seui 6>. Sanders <7> and Dun a an Ellsworth Pizarro to and Howard. We a Ellsworth 6-5. Up a Dobson <5-#1 chicane <10 Ojo 020�?4 4 i Baltimore. 010 �?�20 000-3 4 3 it Priddy Wood <51 locker <0 and to Imp Caon Mcnally Nelson <2>. Roahen or Gleonard <8> and old Ary. We Wood 6-3. Up Mcnally 8-7. Hrs Bradford 2 3rd a 4th>, Aparico 3rd>, n Robinson 8thblefary <7th. Minnesota too too 010�?1 3 i Cleveland 111 Ooi oo�?4 to 7 Quot Boswell. Perry by Roland 7 and is Nierman. Look 7 Mcdowell. Wil a hams 8 and Azcue. Wpm Mcdowell i <$7. Up Boswell <7-73. Hrs Johnaon 2 and a 3rd. New York too Bio 000�?1 4 i Washington 0 0 120 00x�?3 4 0 Dow no Monbouquette 2. Talbot 5womack <8 and Gibbs pase Al <8-4>1 fid French. Up Monbouquette <5-7>. California too too 000�?1 5 i Detroit 000 101 03x�? 1 Brunet. Rotas it and Rodgers Lolich i and Freehan or Brunet <6-3. Flits Knop it Lis Freehan 2 410th amp Lith i Tracewski 2nd. With a record entry of 109 players the . Women a open Golf championship will get underway this thursday at the Moselem Springs Golf club located Between Reading and Kutztown. Among the entries will be miss Catherine Lacoste the defending i titleholder. In the four Day tourney and a total of 72 holes will be 65 women pros and 44 amateurs the Best in the country. Miss la Ceste. 23-year-old daughter of Frances great Tennis player Back in the 1920 a was the first Amateur Ever to win the title. She also was the youngest i22 years and five Days to win the . Women a open. Also in the Fie i is Sandra Post newly crowned ladies pro Golf association Champion. So is Kathy Whitworth the 1968 s leading Money Winner. Others include four time open Champion Mickey Wright and Betsy Rawls As Well As mrs. Anne welts of b e 11 i n g h a in Wash., a three time . Women a Amateur Champion. Carol Mann returns Carol Mann another former open Champion and a standout on the pro tour the past few years has been having a Back ailment recently. She is enter and was Well enough to finish second to Kathy Whitworth by one stroke in the lady Carling tourney at Baltimore last week. The pros will be competing for some $25,000 in prize Money in eluding $5,000 for first place. This is not anywhere close to the $30,000 won by Lee Trevino i when he took the recent menus . Open a but the difference a in play is slight and the girls Are much prettier. The tourney starts the morning of july 4th with tee offs from 8 . Until Early afternoon and continue through sunday. The twosome of Marilynn Smith a great favorite at every tourney and miss Lacoste will draw a big following the two Days they play. They tee off thursday at 1 08 ., then again Friday at 10 17 . Club location Moselem Springs . Is located on state route 662 exactly one mile off . Route 222 the main Highway Between Allentown and Reading. Practice rounds have been set for the three Days prior to the opening of the tourney on Independence Day and tickets for these three Days Are $2 daily. For the four tournament Days the daily ticket is $4 while a tickets for the whole week is $12 an easy Way to drive to Moselem Springs . From lower Bucks county is to go out the Pennsylvania Turnpike to the Norristown exit. Take route 422 to Collegeville there take route 73 through Boyertown to route 222. Turn right towards Kutztown. Where route 662 crosses 222. Turn left on 662 and the Golf club is one mile Down route 662. John Ribar Beckert 2b Williams of Santo 3b Banks la Hundley c Hickman of Phillip of 3 0 0 of Jive p Hoo Olive r pm 0 0 0 01 Areia or j Rose p Elia pm Lama be p i Smith pm 9 0 101 4 o o i think we a vie one j a a j Edwards claimed at a news i this season for a 4i to conference monday that a Rev Ary Jib Lack athlete out there is in i too the fold. We have taken a vote 11j j As to what we Are going to do 0 0 0 but we Aren t revealing it i j j j a we can afford to wait and Batter Ken Harrelson of Boston. 1012 see what happens and make our As manager Dick Williams 35 414 decision known anytime today rounded out his 25 Man team Philadelphia in a of tomorrow next week next for the july 9 game at the cec90ph.iiip. Santo. Banktdp2 chica�?T1 month or right in Mexico City Quot Houston Astrodome son. Totals 37 4 la j total Del. Val. Girls softball soul. 002 too i. 4 9 j brew and second baseman Rod of wit Harri z a a Starr Utvik Carew of Minnesota. California a Quot Smit Quot re he so. L lob Philadelphia to. Chiaet 7. Edwards. A a it a our Ball 2r Ryan so Allen. S shirt Pena. I a a in it r e by of game now. Short w 6 8 8 1-3 7 4 4 17 prom adj Waner 1-3 i 0 0 i 11 shortstop Jim Fregosi third baseman Brooks Robinson of Powell. Johnson chosen Baltimore outfielders Carl Yas chosen besides Mantle and Krzemski of Boston. Willie appearances it is. I Harrelson were first baseman i Horton of Detroit and Frank Boozer Nye l 4-9 bos fast Lama be 2 4 110 0 hip a by Short Phillip we a Nye. T a 2 38. A a 9,614. Convell girls in softball tourney i-3 o of o o too As of the moment. 2v0v001 As Edwards claims he has j baseman Dave Johnson of 13 0 0 00 1 35 negro athletes ready to Baltimore shortstop Bert Cam Boycott then the . Olympic Paneris of Oakland Detroit committee is in trouble. Third baseman Don Wert the committee has until Rick monday of John a boo go Powell and second Howard of Washington and Detroit Catcher Bill Freehan. Or Lucas. Anderson Psi leading batters National league the Bishop c o n w e 11 High school girls softball team Winner of the Philadelphia Catholic i High school girls softball league championship will part i c i p a t e in the girls softball state tournament being held at memorial Field in Penndel. The con Well team coached by Pittsburgh 36 Bob Lester will get the tourney a my a re started by playing the opening Chicago game on Friday. July 19 against Ruslon baseball standings the pitching staff includes. National league Denny Mclain of Detroit the o. A r. H. Pc. q ton Winner with 8 14 2 3lou, Pittsburgh 61 211 21 79 .355 league s top Winner won a in Roge Cincinnati 76 314 m 10�?z 344 Mark Luis Tiant and strikeout flood. St. Louis n 320 4 Mcdowell 0fijohnsoni cinc,nn>0 79 a Leader Sam staub Houston 299 44 79 394 27 Cleveland. Mel Stottlemyre of Charles. Nev York 55 Tai 20 a or 1 n i a a a Mccovy san. Fran. 64 225 42 new York. Bostons Joe Midian. Atlanta m 252 19 f. Alou Atlanta .75 319 32 Grot. New York 65 214 18 St Louis. Atlanta. San Francisco Cincinnati los Angeles a team from Jim Thorpe a. Kex Bama Star Al Bloomsburg w l pct go 47 30 Kio 40 38 .926 6va i 38 .513 7vi 38 37 .507 8 40 19 .506 8 36 .500 Ivy 36 38 .186 9va 34 34 .484 9vi 33 42 .440 la 32 44 .421 14mz yesterdays results Phila 6. Chicago i Atlanta 5, san fran i Gin 3, hous 2, la inns., night 5. Los an i. Night Only games scheduled today a probable pitchers All times Edt Philadelphia Fryman 10-7 Al Chicago in. American league Santiago. John Odom of Oak land and Chicago a undefeated Tommy John. John who is 7 0, and Mcdowell Are the Only left handers. W l 49 27 pet .645 Detroit Cleveland. Baltimore. Minnesota. Oak and California. Boston new York. Chicago. Washington yesterdays results Boston 3, Oakland 0. Night Cleve 4, Minn i night Chicago 6, bait 3. Night Wash 3, new York i night go s s a a a jul softball tourney 39 36 .914 to _ _. M a a meeting Knight 39 38 .479 12v&Quot 33 40 .452 14la 32 40 .444 15 28 44 .389 19 101 94 89 56 69 77 97 .316 .314 313 .307 .308 .304 63 .304 runs a Rose cin., 53 Hood St. L., 48. Runs batted in a Mccovey s.f., 52 Perez cin., 46. Hit a Rose. Gin., 108 flood. St. E., Joi. Triples a Clemente pitt., 7. Williams. Chic. 6. Home run a Mccovey. Rf., 20 h. Aaron. Al 15 Hart. . 15. S Olen bases a wills pitt., 21 w. Davis. . 15. Pitching 6 decision a Marichal s.f., 14 3 Kossman n.y., 11-3. Strikeouts a Marichal. S Al. 119 american league All types of softball teams interested in playing in the Penn Sylvania Amateur softball Asso mar Raison Boston. 62 21737 07 elation tournament being held at Penndel memorial Field later this month Are asked to have monday Oakland 62 192 24 58 Yastzemski. Boston. 74 243 41 73 f. Howard. Wash. .72 273 36 79 la Uhlaender. Minnesota 73 280 27 80 Smith Boston .73 261 41 74 White. New York. 73 261 41 74 Carew. Minnesota 50 197 22 56 Oliva Minnesota 74 279 32 78 Horton. Detroit. 67 229 34 64 in lip who in a a 284 St .280 .279 Mcauliffe Del 43 Whit Detroit 5, Calif i night today a probable pitchers representatives at a meeting to California Murphy 2-0 at Detroit Wil night being held at m a t e k is son 5 5� 8 of cafe Bellevue and Trenton to. A i Quot i a it Jenkins 6-9 2 30 Minnesota Chance 7-8 at Cleveland 0. Us i runs Roderick a Boler a member Cincinnati Arrigo 4-3 at Houston la i Williams 9-4 7 30 Road Hulmeville. N.y., 42. G of the University of Alabama s roasts 7-7,8 30 new York Bahnsen 7-3 or Joe r e a v i s. The Bucks u r Howard w,8h it ,.tx i i St. i j Aster 5-4 at i of Angeles queue 5-6 at Washington Ortega 4-6 a. N a a Harbison. Rost., 94. 1961 n a 11 o n a i championship Singer 6-7� ii of . 8 00 County commissioner for the pm Uhlaender Minn., so v. Hon a re. Wash., 79. Triple a Fregosi calif., 8 Mcauliffe Del., 7. Home run f. Howard Wash., 25 a Horton det. 18. Stolen bases a Campanella oak., 29, gardenacleve., 17. Pitching 6 decisions a John chic., 7-Jj Mclain. 14-2, strikeouts Mcdowell clev., 154 Tiant Clev 130. Football team has been a ,? Mcbean 6-7 at new York Chicago petes 3-8 at Baltimore a a.s.a., will preside at the ses. _. R see a 7-2> 8 05 Din 8-4 8 to J r ,. My pointed assistant professor of j Atlanta Jarvis s-5> at san Francisco Oakland Krau amp be 5-7 at Boston flan Sion starting at 8 30 I noir health and physical education maric1 14-3�?T 0n p "1 and assistant football coach at tomorrow s games Bloomsburg state College a pm is work no cording to or. Harvey a. An Atlanta at san Francisco. J Cincinnati at Houston night Druss. President. St. Louis at los Angeles night Tiago 9 4 7 30 Tomorrows games California at Detroit night Minn at Cleveland night new York at Wash night Chicago at Baltimore night Oakland at Boston night Are some seven different Divi Sions eligible to participate in the tourney and tonight a meet ing is to decide How teams will be ranked and entered

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