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Pittsburgh North Hills News Record (Newspaper) - June 5, 1971, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaIn Opial playoffs Chuck Herr of Richland Ralph Engel of Economy in their Cor on no raceway Irvine wins in first appearance Jim Irvine or. Of Zelienople made his first appearance of the season at North Hills raceway a successful one. He held off Marshall a Herb Scott in the final stages of the 25-Lap late Model feature to Post an impressive win thursday night. Irvine started 11th in a Field of 20 cars and jumped into the Lead on the ninth Lap when Early Leader Clayton majors was forced out of the race due to mechanical difficulties he had opened up a huge Lead in the Field but a restart tightened the pack Scott last weeks feature Winner started last and moved up steadily through the crowd. On the 17th Lap he powered his Way past Gary Balough of fort Lauderdale fla., to move into second place. In the final five laps Scott made repeated bids to take Over the Lead. Twice he managed to pull along Side the Zelienople Ace but Irvine stayed in the Groove and picked up the hard earned win. Balough another newcomer to the track held on for third. Jim Irvine or. Finished fourth and Dave Meloy of new Castle placed fifth. Irvine a win prevented. Scott from making a clean sweep. The Wexford speedster had a great night setting a new track record in qualifying winning a heat race and adding a Check ered Flag in the helmet dash. Newcomers to the track also dominated the action in the claiming division. Bob Fink of Brookline won a convincing Victory in the 15-Lap feature. Bob Cunningham Mccandless was a Distant second in the feature followed Little league lines mfr a Al flmbjaennjbiuaua11 a a Umi if a fwd of . The lights control race traffic. By Don Pegher Franklin Park Bill Kessler Saxonburg and Don Covelli claimer heats were won by Mike Mahan of East Liberty and Kessler. Covelli tabbed the Consolation race. Over 40 cars were on hand in the two classes. Racing action will continue on the 1/3 mile Oval every thursday with the first race getting underway at 8.30 . Frank Tevis has no hitter although the astros managed to score three runs on walks and errors Frank Tevis of the indians in the West View Ross minors pitched a no hitter in his teams 1 9-3 Victory. Joe Lejune had a Home run and Jim Longo went four for four in the 13-3 Victory of the pirates Over the dodgers. Herman Hall and Ron Williams each had two doubles. Dan Dougherty had two Home runs and winning Pitcher Phillip Bouchee had a third in the met a decision Over the braves. Jack Pfeiffer had a two hit 13 strikeout record in the cards win Over the braves. Other Home runs were hit by Bill Gilkey of the yanks Joe Gapsky of the senators and Jimmy Dunn of the athletics. Joe Baumgartner pitched a two hitter for the senators Over the yanks. Joe Polaski Mickey Dereno and Jim Sekely executed a double play in the yanks win Over the tigers. 11 ponies Homer it was Home run hitting week in in Gomar a a Pony minors. Pitcher Tom Breshahan hit a grand slam for Wexford Over the reds Dave Louvris had his third Home run and round trippers were hit by Rick Foss Greg Coultrap Kevin Garvey Tom Murray Bob Krep. Mike Molvik Bob Barker. Chris Gilson and Steve Baker. Stephens grand slams last week in the Berkeley Hills major league Scott Stephens hit a grand is am Home run for the White sox in their win Over the Yankees. Rich Battagalia hit two doubles with the bases loaded each time to Lead the Yankees to an 11-8 Victory Over the tigers. Brave Power for Middle Road a Little league Home runs by Gary Ilgenfritz Dave Juliano and a two run Homer by Tom Barsh powered the braves to a 8-4 win Over the orioles. Bob Poth hit a three run Homer for the orioles. Kurt Gray hit two Home runs to help brother Mark pitch the braves to a Victory Over the cubs 184. Bobby Stark Dave Waraksa and . Blythe hit Home runs As the indians beat the cubs 19-1. Ted zilch hit a Home run for the yanks although they lost to the indians 5-3. Kevin Marchner hit a double with the bases loaded to beat the cubs 94. Carl Tabacjar homered for the cubs. Kevin Janet had four hits one a Home ran As the astros beat the rangers 94. Mraibie homered for the astras Graf for the Meu As the astras 184. Cotton three hitter John Cottone pitching for the West View Ross reds in the North Hills Community Colt federation had seven strikeouts and gave up Only three hits As the reds beat Hampton 8-1. Hampton a Only run was unearned. Travellers win highlights of West View Ross teams in the Pony league Bob Pritchard of the pirates travelling team gave up Only two hits As the team Defeated Blawnox in a close game. Another pirate Pitcher Joe Baronowski struck out 12 and allowed Only three hits to defeat Hampton. The dodgers travelling team won Over Mccandless As Mike Zawoysky struck out 12 and gave up three hits. Mike Kuznar drove in two runs with one of the Best hits of the game. Pony leagues started their season showing Bat Power. Clifford Keller Astro and Rick Kaiser cub had Home Runi. Rick Wiesenberg knocked out two homers one a grand slam for the reds. Gilkey gets shutout in West View Ross Little league Rick Gilkey of the dodgers pitched his second shutout of the season against the reds. He struck out 14 and allowed t to runs were scored by Rick Gilkey of the dodgers Rich Plaksin of the indians Eddie Reith and Jimmy Braun 2 of the indians Jim Hughes and Bill Hunter of the tigers Tom Cooney reds Mike Wilson and Tom Stern White sox. Mark Johnson of the White sox had the Only grand Slammer. Met Bob Darkey pitched a two hitter to defeat the cubs. White sox Pitcher Mike Vevers not Only won a 13-1 Victory but aided his own cause by batting four for four. The Oriole defense executed the Only triple play of the i 1-hitter Gary Giger and Bobby Henrich combined to pitch a one hitter in the senators 84, win Over the athletics in the Hampton athletic association minor league. Glen Gesler and Ray Jordan both went four for five Paul Kelly was three for four and Gary Giger hit a Home run As the senators bombed the tigers 214, three run Homer in the Hampton a Majar league Bobby Metzger of the cards hit a three run Homer in the Bottom of the sixth to Edge the braves 44. Scott Entwisle hit one Over the Fence As the astray beat the giants 44. George Hartenstein and Jimmy Warren teamed up on a two hitter As the reds handed the braves their first loss 8-1. John Cinicola and Ron Scanlon both went three for four As the phils bombed the giants 124. The mets won two extra inning games last week 6-5, and 54. No. 2 for Glavin in Mccandless a a minor league Dale Glavin of the dodgers hit a Homer with one on to beat the braves tuesday 8-1. This is his second Home run of the season and he is the Only boy in the minors with Home runs. His first was May 19 in the ninth inning with two men on to beat the tigers 94. Jeff swedish pitched a one hitter for the braves to beat the cubs 10-0, May 24. He struck out 12 batters. Y will sponsor trip to Meadows North Hills Myca will sponsor a trip to ladies night at the Meadows tuesday june 15. The bus will leave the Myca on Pine Creek Road at 6 45 . Post time is 8 . The fee will cover transportation reserved seat and a program for each couple. To Register Call the Myca 384-3404. Rummage Sale the mount Alvernia mothers athletic club is sponsoring a rummage Sale monday and tuesday at Cromley 1323 Redd our St., North Side from 8 30 . To 4 30 . Proceeds will be used to help Send the girls to basketball Camp. Moon eludes indians the Opial championship Hopes of North Hills High school s baseball team ended abruptly tuesday afternoon on the Montour High school Field the indians winners of Section 7, lost the first round playoff to Moon 2-1. Roger Nolan with two out in the first inning hit a Long shot. A healthy Nolan would have had an easy triple and possibly a Home run on the hit. But Nolan had an injured leg and just barely hobbled into second base standing up. Coach Guy Guadagnino was for Rad to remove him from the game and As a result the indians suffered at the plate and in right Field. In the Bottom of the first Friedl of Moon got on base on an error by the right fielder advanced to second and was singled Home by Davie the Catcher. In the fourth inning Rick Stein hit safely for North Hills and got to second on a wild pitch and came Home on a double by Pat Mcdonough. The indians loaded the bases in the top of the sixth with no one out. Moon got out of the inning without giving up a run when Mcdonough struck out a squeeze bunt failed with the runner out at Home and the third out came on a grounder to the Short Stop to Force the Man at second. Nhaga Busy with match play for tournament the North Hills women a Golf association had 33 members competing at North Park tuesday in the Odd holes event. First place Winner was Joy Lederer with 33 1/3 Marc Cassidy was second with 34 and june Cooper and Jean Kunz tied for third with 36. The three flights of the match tournament continue. Next week the event will be most net threes and continuance of the match play. Blind partners was the 18-Hole special event for the Bakerstown women a Golf league last Friday. Winners were Betty Barnett and Joy Lederer. Mildred Keller and Laura Fordyce tied for Low net. E mrs. Thomas Sally Fyock mrs. Charles eve Huber and mrs. Harold Mary Wilson were the three top winners in the funny decorated hats won by Royal Ridge women a Golf association thursday May 27.a a. Quot Quot # wearing wins in trophy race at Lenerville the 35-Lap trophy race for late models at Lenerville Speedway last Friday was won by the pole Sitter and top Point Man. Bob wearing Evans City. The race turned out to be a Duel Between wearing and defending Champ. Dick Swartzlander Sarver. Wearing led the first five laps Swartzlander the next five then wearing again until the 24th Lap when he was held up in traffic and Swartzlander once again captured the Lead. During a restart on the next Lap Swartzlander broke a drive Shaft and was pushed into the pits. Wearing went on to take the Check ered Flag and 9480. Second place Man pee wee flick North Washington was six car lengths Back. In the sprint and Coupe action. Ralph Quarterson Sharon made it a double dip for the evening. Quarterson who is the All time feature Winner with 28, added no. 27 and 28 to that total by picking up victories in both divisions. Playground opens in Etna monday Etna a playground will open monday and the Pool a week later if possible. Only residents of Etna Are permitted to use the Pool. All students will be Given tags for All swimming lesson sessions except those limited to adults. The schedule will be the same. Bathing Caps Are not required. I Mam by Nap co ii Itma i iii it Ftp Velvl ii til iii port the world s most exciting aluminium awning choose from 143 Beautiful House amp Garden color combinations a Mesen us drop Art porch Extension Poutto Wei ctr turf roof a 100% top line Jet age aluminium a extra heavy rolled formed1 under Structure 24 hour service eau workmanship guaranteed a Ray Sawyer Tabain a a r.d.2, Box 304 Wexford a. 935-4017 two other Indian regulars were appearing for the first time following injuries. Mark Dubois ranter fielder had just had the cast removed from a chipped ankle and Daryl link was Back after having played just two innings in the last four games. The playoff was the 12th time in the last 14 years that North Hills has advanced to Opial playoffs. They have never made the finals but have reached semifinals several times. Last year the indians bowed to mount pleasant in the semifinals. Score by innings North Hills 888 188 4-1 3 1 Moon 188 181 x-2 4 2 in other Opial first round games Mars Defeated Riverside 3-2. Penn Hills beat Gateway 74, in 13 innings. Ellwood City Defeated new Brighton 7-i mount pleasant defending Opial champions beat Charleroi 74, in nine g innings Frazer beat Peters township 9-1, and West Mifflin North beat Bethel 8-1. Quarterfinal rounds were scheduled thursday afternoon. Mars met Highlands Penn Hills met mount pleasant Ellwood City played Fraser and West Mifflin North played Moon. West Mifflin North with a season record of 224, is being picked As the favorite in the playoffs. Sgt girl sets shot Mark Ruth Hamilton of the North Hills track gub set a shot put record of 34-8 at the Junior olympics saturday at Bethel Field. Her throw qualifies her to go on to Region 2 Competition july 17 at Catonsville Community College in the suburbs of Baltimore. Ruth s throw was the Best in any division. Leslie Huston and Donna Henry also qualify with second place wins. Betsy Kalmeyer won a Gold medal for the Bantam baseball throw. Sue Cunniff placed third in the senior mile. The senior 448-relay won a Gold medal with a time of 54 4. The seniors sue Smith Jan Platts Marilyn Winghart and Cindy Jasin equated the time of the Nhuc girls two years ago Debbie Burton Marcie Casale Cathy Maranuk and Kitty Martin. They have another year to break the record. G the senior 880-relay, Smith Jasin Demar Sandy Burrows took a third place As did the intermediate mile relay with sue Fondi Ann Fondi Pat Pozar and Tami Herrmann. In All 15 girls won medals because the mile relay team was permitted to run for an Are a that had not turned in a competitor. A girls Are undefeated in first year of softball the North Allegheny girls softball team was undefeated in its first year of Competition. The girls lodged victories Over Sewickley Academy twice 41-3 and 214 Fox Chapel 15-7 Moon 174, and Carly Tofi 384. The Tiger Ette he a son ended thursday with the shutout against Carlyton. Senior Marlene Graham had three Home runs and led the team with five hits and seven Bis. Jean Newman Paula Koss and Jenny Young each had four hits Audrey Davison and Pat Crosley three hits apiece. Slamming in the other Bis were Linda Nichols with-7, Jenny Young 6, and Paula Koss 5. Linda and Paula also hit Home runs. Linda Smith pitched three innings relieved by Linda Murray. The starting tig Erette team was Linda Nichols Catcher Linda Smith Pitcher Jean Newman first base Audrey Davison second base Jenny Mccandless a plans dance a the Mccandless athletic association will hold its third annual dance for the parents of the boys who play baseball and their friends. The dance will be held at the North Park sportsmen a gub Friday. June 18. There will be dancing from 9 . To 2 . And a Midnight Buffet. Reservations must be made through any of the women on the dance committee mrs. V. W. Mary Lou Rieger 364-9170, or mrs. Warren it Mary Keyes. 3664525. Young third base Marlene Graham left Field Paula Koss Center Field and Pat Crosley right Field. B coach Barb s. Crupin termed the batting strength of the 71 team unbelievable. A i wish i had them coming Back for next year when we will enter league Competition. There were quite a few seniors playing key positions on the o a Heidelberg it wins soccer w. Penn cup the Heidelberg Bodnicki have won the a West Penn soccer Junior cup. Heidelberg Defeated beading 34, in the second game of the cup series sunday. The Victory gives Heidelberg a 6-1 Edge in total scoring. Outstanding on defense for Heidelberg were Don Streyle Tom Fleming and Mark Simms. Jim of Donnell scored one and skip. Jakopac the other two goals for the Winner. Two members of the Heidelberg team. De Yohman the goalie and Mark Simms fullback have been named in the 1971 yearbook of the u. S. Soccer association for their Success in keeping foes out of the scoring zone. A team of All stars from the West w Penn Junior league will meet a foreign team in a soccer game at three Rivers stadium june 24. R i i i cup geraniums 75 Tea. I with this add no limit i i i i Verbena marigolds i asters zinnias i Dwarf dahlias i with this add no limit i Potamos j sweat Alyssa j. J Pravi 1j Viv j snapdragons i Agoratus i 88 of a Market parcs 4 Pau with this to. 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