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Bill Munchra . . . is congratulated by Jim Sick, (who homered earlier) after clubbing a four-bagger in Harlan's 10-0 rout of St. Albert In district semi-finals Cyclones 10, BY BUD F ULK Sports Editor ATLANTIC -- The Harlan Cyclones continued the long-ball oarade here Thursday to obliterate Co. Bluffs St. Albert, 10- 0. Jim Sick started the promenade with a solo shot in the third inning, followed by Bill Munchrath's two-run blast in the same frame. Roger Boeck clubbed one out of the park in the sixth, driving Brent Petersen, who had walked ahead of him. Boeck " started the Cyclone scoring m the first. He singled, Roger Boeck... now receives the accolades from Sick for his sixth inning round-tripper in District play at Atlantic Thursday. St. Albert 0 stole second and came home when Munchrath singled and the St. Albert third-baseman over- threw first base. The third stanza saw Sick homer, Boeck double and Munchrath clear the pads with his four-bagger. In the fourth, Jim Schmitz singled, moved up on Bruce "1 Blankenship wins 00" sH;a00t: st Lem Blankenship (18), Keokuk withstood the challenge of 17 of the better drivers in the midwest to win the "Centennial 100" stock car race Friday night at the Shelby County Speedway. Blankenship led the race for laps, picking up a total prize money of $495 for the win. Swanson Automative, Harlan, had contributed $100 lap money for the race. A crowd of 3,306 turned out despite the threat of rain with 37 drivers competing for the $2,100 total purse. consolation; Jim Wyman (14), Fremont; Bill Moyer (88), Des Moines (in a 1969 Corvette); and Blankenship in the heats. Blankenship took the lead on the fourth lap and held it for 16 hectic laps. Blankenship dueled Bill Wrich, driving Tom Gawley's 180, Jim Wyman in his 1968 Torino, George Barton (80), Ankeny, in a 1968 Chevelle convertible; and Bill Moyer, (88) in his Corvette. Wrich actually took the lead away from Blankenship on the 20th and 21st laps only to lose it again. Wrich left the race on the Other winners were Lloyd Jorgensen (18x), Audubon, in the 35th lap with mechanical ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: problems and didn't get back in until 46th lap. PAGE 8 Harlan, Ia. News Advertiser Man. Morning, July 28, 1969 Phone 755-3111 ..-.-..- .................................. .','.','.'.'.','.'.....:.:.:.:.:.!...:.:.:.:.:.:.:,:,:.:.:.:.:,:,:.-.:,'.:.:" Barton finished second to the Keokuk driver with Harlan's Don Christensen (49), finishing third. Christensen's car. owned bv Ore Roecker Ford, was a questionable entrant but was ready to go at the last minute and ran well. Barton collected $225 for Harlan 103 113 1 - 10 13 1 St. Albert 000 000 0 - 0 6 1 Dotzler's single and came home Wageman, Sick (6) and on Brent Petersen's sacrifice fly. Munchrath. Roach, McGruder Munchrath scored again in the (6) and Tisher. fifth after being hit by a pitch. He stole both second and third and TOURNAMENT RECORD went home on a fielders choice. SECTIONAL The winners kept up the deluge in the sixth, with three Harlan 6 Audubon 5 more tallies. Bruce Dotzler Harlan 12 Elk Horn 2 singled, Petersen walked and Harlan 8 Atlantic 4 Rick Tallman brought Dotzler in Harlan 10 Griswold 5 with a single. Tallman was picked off first but Boeck DISTRICT retaliated with his circuit-smash. Harlan 10 St. Albert 0 Petersen finished the lashing with a run-scoring double in the County teams must report All County Cub, Pee Wee and Midget teams must complete their schedules and report them to Jack Slaven, Portsmouth, Ia., by August 4. Mr Slaven further noted there are trophies for all County League winners if the results are in his hands by the August 4 deadline. In the event of a tie, a playoff will be arranged. second place, Christensen earned $150 with fourth-place MilD Stodola, Fremont, Nebr., collecting $125. Fifth-place went to the "flying tiger," Red Rollins (59), Carson, and was worth $90. The $2,000 purse plus $100 lap money was the highest ever guaranteed at Harlan and west central Iowa history. Next Friday night signals the start of the second half of the regular season at the Speedway. Races will go back to 12-lap "A" features, points will be counted, and only 1955-64 cars will be eligible to compete. The 4th Tournament is under way August when Portsmouth, leader and IWL meet Earling. The second game 3 p.m. with Whi Fort Dodge. Sixteen featured in this Athletic Clul Finals this Watch the next complete tourney END-OF-SUMMER SWIM REGULAR I final frame. Tm Wageman and Jim Sick A BOY effectively throttled the Co. Bluffs boys, scattering six hits. Wageman was relieved by Sick in the sixth and Sick gave the Falcons only one hit the rest of the way to complete the SCOUTS whitewash. This was Wageman's fourth win in the five tournament games. Hes pitched 26 of a /",x- possible 35 innings. Munchrath, on a 14-game hitting streak, went three for three at the plate to up his tournament average to .687. Paper Drive Roger Boeck broke out of a slump to go four out of four and Bruce Dotzler was two for three. Harlan met Creston in the District finals at the Atlantic WEDNESDAY SEPT 13 Roger Boeck... and the scoreboard tell the story. Boeck has St. Albert baserunner diamond at 8 p.m. Saturday cold at third base for put-out. Harlan added a run to shut-out St. Albert, 10-0, at Atlantic night. This game will be reported I Thursday. in the Harlan Tribune, July 31. rkh I h" at Westphalia, Sunday, when Tim who chalked up 13 strikeouts. Sta ur s no- dter Green, who got on base when hit by a pitched ball, scored on i J ly 20 IWL ti the only hit by Harlan. West- Portsmouth 4, n u ac oB phalia, with 6 hits, managed two runs. Randy Schmitz and Lavern Musich batted in the runs. Ron Dunlap 1 "PERIODIC DRIVES ARE FLANNED" Zimmerman held Harlan to 1 hit. by Mrs Alex Esser CARSON -- Persia scored 9 runs by the eighth inning and IF YOU WERE MISSED LAST TIME 'WL STANDINGS blasted Carson with ten more in Defiance blanks PORTSMOUT. -- Port- AS OF JULY20 the ninth. LET US KNOW l smouth whipped Dunlan..q,,,,4n.. eveerStaresaVewittwoomer 4O tvera coo Neola 9 2 in Earling, bolstering the Dunlap team. IF YOU LIVE WEST OF 12TH ST., Persia 9 2 and a single and struck out 20 Chuck Mulligan struck out 15 CALL PAUL COENEN Portsmouth 9 2 batters to chalk up a no-hitter at Portsmouth batters. Dan 755.2707 Carson 5 6 Carson, Sunday. EARLING -- Defiance shutout Jackson had 10 strikeouts for Earling, 4-0, here Sunday. Portsmouth. 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