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Lem Blankenship, Keokuk, wins A Feature Friday at Speedway Lem Blankenship, Keokuk, who towed over 350 miles, ran away with the "A" feature at the Shelby County Speedway Friday night in a special late model program. Blankenship, driving his blue and red 1964 Plymouth, out- distanced Jim Wyman (14), Fremont and Bill Wrich (180), Blair, in his first trip to the track. Wyman was driving his 1968 Torino in the event. The finish gave the crowd some idea of which cars should be dueling the 100-lapper this Friday night. This event, the "Centennial 100" will consist of 50 laps, then a pit stop, then 50 more laps. Winner earns a guaranteed $400. A total of 3,200 fans attended the races despite threatening weather to watch 37 cars compete for the guaranteed $1,300 parse. First place in the "A" was worth $155 Friday night. A total of four late-model race cars turned out along with two brand-new cars on the track. The four later-model's were Wyman's 1968 Torino, Keith Cohhage's 1966 Chevelle, Milo Stadola's 1966 Chevelle, and Bob Kosiski's 1966 Chevelle. Two new cars on the track were Loren Thies's 1963 Chevrolet and Blankenship. Winners of the "B" and "C" were George Petersen (66), Harlan and Neal Holling (29), Omaha. Heat race winners were Don Cristensen (49), Harlan; Bob Kosiski (53), Omaha; and Bill Wrich (180}, Blair. The Friday night racing capped a successful racing week for the Speedway. Just two days earlier a total of 3,600 fans turned out for the "Tiny Lund Challenge," a total of 7,000 people in three days. A total purse of $3,100 was paid out to 77 drivers in those two events by the sponsoring Jaycees and Fair Association. 9o Deb ni_dv I l THE RESULTS: A FEATURE Lem Blankenship (18), Keokuk Jim Wyman (14), Fremont Bill Wrich (180), Blair Joe Stewart (20), Blair Don Christensen (49), Harlan Randy Sterner (40), Blair Larry Embrey (39), Panora B FEATURE George Petersen (68), Harlan Bob Scott (333), Hancock Mild Stobode (66), Omaha Bob Matson (144), Omaha Dave Chase (31), Omaha C FEATURE Neat Holling (29), Omaha Rog Fiscus (106), Irwin Frank Jorgensen (38), Audubon Keith Cohhage (89), Omaha Joe Vandenberg (79), Harlan Tom Banks (lbg), Omaha FIRST HEAT Don Christensen (49), Harlan Larry Embrey (39), Panora Joe Stewart (20), Blair Jim Wyman (14), Fremont SECONDHEAT Bob Kosiski (53), Omaha Loren Thies (5), Arthur Rex Bailer (60), Oakland Chris Hoeppner (80), Co. Bluffs THIRD HEAT Bill Wrich (180), Blair Bud Burdick (2x), Omaha Lem Blankenship (18), Keokuk Randy Sterner (40), Blair STATISTICS Crowd -- 3,200 Purse -- $1,300 Cars -- 37 A FEATURE . . .  Blankmship (18), Keokuk, takes a short lead over Jim WTnmn (14), Fremont during the "A" Feature. Joe Stewart (20), Blair, is also pictured. -- photo by Bud Fulk. e Portsmouth w,ns IWL tournament +PORTSMOUTH -- Port- smouth smacked five hits and capitalized on three errors in the first inning to deznolish West- phalia, 12-2, here Wednesday. With the victory, the home team captured the third annual Iowa Western League tournament cl'mmpionship. Although they had all the points they needed in the first inning, the winners continued to pour it on. They had five more tallies by the fourth and the game was ended after seven innings on the 1O-run ruling. Dan Jackson struck out 11 to record the win. Westphalia 101 000 0 - 2 5 4 Portsmouth 702 300 x - 12 12 3 Zimmerman, Schmitz (5) and Musich. Jackson and Boustead. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: PAGE 12 Harl'an, Ia. News Advertiser Men. ,c.rning, July 21, 1969 Phorte 755-3111 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: White Sox try-out camp August 1 and 2 Town team over Co. Bluffs 5.1 Harlan's town team bounced Style Select of Co Bluffs, 5-1, here Wednesday in a non-league baseball game. The home squad had a shutout going with one out left in the ninth inning when Co. Bluffs Burmeisters rap Merchants, 20-8 Burmeister's Mary Schmitz hit his sixth hotne-run of the season, to tie the league record and help his team smash the Harlan Merchants, 20-8, here Tuesday. Schmitz and Bill Reid had three hits apiece and Larry Sch- mitz added a homer for the winners. Losing pitcher Jim Greve had three safeties. Neil Cadwell got the victory. finally got on the board. Harlan baserunners had seven thefts in the contest. Winning pitcher Rod Hoegh d excellent control, according to manager Larry Miller, as he struck out nine and walked one. St.yle Select 000 000 001 - 1 4 4 Harlan 220 00100x-553 McIntosh and Gaudian. Hoegh and DeWees. ON SWIM TEAM... Ready to represent Harlan in next Wednesday's dual swim meet with Logan are: Front, (l-r) : Prudy Thielen, 8, (Kenneth); Lisa Sawin, 8, (John); and rear: Gail Boeck, 13, (Dwain) and Tim Hodapp, 15, (Eugene). The meet begins at 6:30p.m. at the municipal pool. . WE WANT A PICTURE! The Chicago White Sox tryout camp will be held at Wescott Park diamond in Cherokee, August 1 and 2. Workouts are to commence at 9 a.m. both days. All boys ranging in age from 16 to 21 years inclusive who feel they possess professional baseball talent are invited to take part. Registrations will be received by the Cherokee Chamber of Commerce. Their address is 208 West Maple, Cherokee, Iowa 51012, or phone, 712-225-3670. Each registrant is required to supply his full name, address, date of birth, height, weight, positions trying for and how he throws and bats -- Lot R. American Legion players must first secure written permission from their manager. Each participant will eppear in uniform and bring his own equipment. Spectators are welcome, and the CAMP IS FREE. The Alaska Railroad will stop at wilderness streams along its route to discharge or pick up passengers. This serv- ice is performed at no extra cos:tSPORTS AFIELD. ] FI * C "l, fl after a fish is taken, .and house likes to eat the fish you 13 4 victory gives gastric juices can eat through catch, bringing them home in i . i ..1 __ ] the waii causing tainted flesh, this manner wiff make it " Also be sure to remove all easier to get away the next blood along the backbone, time you want to go fishing. BY ]BOB BXgWST. Next, wipe the body cavity o Harlan Midgets title -- ......... dry with a clean cloth or _ver 50 cars paper towel. Try to keep the ' DON'T BOUNCE THE FISH fish from getting wet. Water Did you ever see a attracts bacteria which only n dero derby? fisherman practicing "skip-along"? It's a game played by trailing a stringer of fish over the side of a boat while the throttle is wide open. All kidding aside, forgetting to pull the stringer into the boat before moving to another fishing spot is a mistake made by many fishermen. The cure for the problem, is to properly care for fish the moment they are taken. Fish should be placed on ice as soon as possible, but there are leveral preliminary steps to keep in mind. They should be drawn immediately. The stomach contents begin to decay soon speeds decay. Always put an ice chest in the boat and take along some plastic bags. The bags are perfect wrapping and will keep cleaned fish from contacting any water in the ice chest. It's better to lay fish on top of the ice than to bury them, and the chest should be opened occassionaily to let in some fresh air. In addition to not bouncing fish on the stringer, "this method of handling assures you of good eating when you get them home. However, the most important consideration, that t me woman of the Over 50 cars are expected for the Greater Shelby County Area Demolition Derby Championship tonight (Monday) at the Shelby County Fair. First place money is $300 with a three-foot trophy. Trophies for second and third place 'Will also be presented. Total purse money is $750. The derby is sponsored by the Jaycees and is the first of two they are presenting this year. The other one is on Labor Day (Sept.) and is the State Championship. The derby starts at 8:30 p.m. on the Speedway. The Harlan Midget team defeated the visiting Defiance squad in a 13-4 slug-lest for the county midget tournament title. Big bats for the home team were: Steve Daeges with a triple and single; Jim Weiss, double and single; Bob Weiss had a double; Robin Jacobsen added :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Newspaper another double and Mike Sorenson and Roger Jacobsen had a single apiece. Feser had three of Defiance's eight hits with a double and two singles. Heller added three singles. Getz and Quinn round out the Defiance hitting with a single apiece. Probably the biggest clif- ference in the two teams came in the stolen base column. Harlan stole I0 bases, while Defiance managed two. In the error  department, Harlan capitalized on five visitor errors, while Defiance could count only two Harlan errors. Jack Christensen got the win fo" Harlan to remain undefeated ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: for the season in midget ball. TURKEY AND DRESSING ATTEND THE FAIR l :H i A FEATURE WINNER... Lem B11mkert- Q,zmamt, m tbe "a" n'mam wqr .Win u uu uric qmn=mm at u= ad omm Speedway. Ht ommmmd that he'll be Friday night to take a ack at the Sin0 place money in the "Centennial 100." IN ACTION WEDNESDAY... These members of the Harlan swim team will be in action Wednesday at the municipal pool, 6:30 p.m. (L-r): Pare Ouren, 14 (Bruce); Tim McKeighan, 12, (Rex); LeAnn Grabill, 12, (Don); and Jamie Adams, 10, (Roland). 10,000 Bullheads added to PRL 'Homer theft' to no avail by Bud Fulk Rich Kroger, center-fielder for the Harlan Merchants in the City Softball Iague, recently made one of the finest catches this writer has seen. Pat Goeser, of Jim's Market, cracked a sixth-inning shot at the Harlan diamond that looked like home-run material. Kroger went to his left, and running full-tilt, leaped to grab the drive outside  the field. He came down on top of the fence, fell out of the park, but held the ball long enough for the out. Kroger, though shaken up, finished the game. A rhubarb then arose with umpires, players and even the fans in dissention as to whether it was a homer or an out. The of- ficials decided Goeser was out and the contest proceeded. A letter was sent to the American Softball Association for a ruling. The answer verified the ump's decision. Goeser is still out. Kroger's homer-theft was in vain, however. Paul Goeser, with two "undisputed" four-baggers led a fierce attack that won for Jim's, 11-3. A total of 10,000 bullheads have been put in Prairie Rose Lake recently, according to Park Commissioner Bob Glenn. These fish have exceptional size, running from IA to 1% pounds, stated Glenn. A bushel was also added to Little George Lake. Prairie Rose fishing has dropped off with the exceedingly hot weather. The muggy heat has been hard on fish and fisherman alike, but angleing should pick up when it breaks, Glenn stated A water line has been completed to the beach and another will be finished to the picnic and camping area in the next few days. warning Glenn mentioned a severe problem with kids getting out of the swimming area. He said they take an air-mattress or inner tube and go clear across the lake. They could be hit by a boat or otherwise be endangered. Summons will be issued to anyone swimming outside the marked area or getting on the bouys. "I hate R, but I'd rather issue summons all day long than one drowning report," said Glenn. Maximum fine is $100 or 30 days in jail. Help There are games taking out the area impossible for paper to unless a team five or team reports to us of those events. i:i:i mail in or '::: re.milts. i. sport COUNTY BASEBALL Westphalia Kimballton Harlan Defiance Earling Shelby Portsmouth Panama Elk Horn Jacksonville KETCHUM AT FT. 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