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REPORTER, Thursday, April 23, 1970 Fas 1 4. kr ' - V v. .i .': FIRSTBASEMAN BOB McDERMOND of Westport was busy last Thursday afternoon against St. Xavier. Top, Jimmy Powell is safe at first. Middle, Roy Trocklus is out. Bottom, Steve Herfel b out. lb I Xcwer Sf. Twice Aw,' ; It was a disappointing day for St. Xavier athletes last Thursday when they dropped a baseball game to Westport and a track meet to Male. The baseball game was a hard hitting affair with Westport finally overpowering St. Xavier 7 to 4. Bob McDermond of Westport broke the game open with a three-ru- n homer that proved to be the difference. In track St. Xavier also took it on the chin losing to Male 92 to 44. Outstanding for St. Xavier were Steve Casper who won the mile run with a time of 4:45.2; Neal Kicler who won the 440 with a time of :52.4; Ollie Thibedeaux who won the two mile run with a time of 10:14.2; Jim Hoven who threw the winning discus 141' 4V4"; and Ricky Schmitt who took the pole vault event with a jump of ir. 0 f i D WEEK DAY KirJDSRGARTLri St Mark United Methodist Church 4G05 Lowe Road 453-747- 5 L Registration being accepted for fall semester 1370 Registration Fee $10.00 MALE PREVAILED in the track meet at St. Xavier last Tuesday. Upper right, St. Xavier'iOHi Thibodeaux's hair tosses in the wind as he starts on the last lap of the 2 mile run which he won with a time of 1 0: 1 4.8. Upper left, the Male 440 relay team makes an exchange on the way to winning the event. Bottom, the start of the final heat of the 220 spring which was won by Male. Tuition $21.00 per month Ull SPEffiL FOR YOUR CAR '."NT TUNE-UP- S ALL CARS r Incl. Parts SPECIALIZING IN BRAKEWORK TUNE-U- PS FRONT END ALIGNMENT - FOREIGN CAR SERVICE i pJ X-- 'rr-.-;.-- . WE STOCK FOREIGN CAR PARTS IlI L!i!L.l:k, -. 7 3 f -- urr 'ltz Wmm Doivlhg C!:cpioLis!:ip M V i LINCOLN FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 4- t (HfSINUI POINT HIKES rft?l!W' Smith, 0K010N (!l!f;IAV All American and a star with the Cincinnati Royals and San Francisco Warriors, has joined the staff of the Kentucky All American Basketball Camp. Camp Director George Unseld also announced that Cal Luther, the head coach at Murray State, will also be on the staff. These two outstanding basketball figures will join Wes Unsold and Cliff Hagan to make up the guest list for the camp. They will each spend one morning at the camp which will be held at Seneca High School from Monday, June 22 through Friday, July 3. George Unseld, head coach at Seneca High School, will be the camp director and will be on hand for each of the 10 three hour sessions which will start at 9 a.m. and end at 1 2 noon each day. Boys in the fourth through the ninth grades will be eligible to attend. They will be taught such fundamentals as the jump shot, lay ups, onc-oone, rebounding defense, dribbling, passing and ball handling. Emphasis will be placed on improving the individual skills of each young player. Methods of instruction will include individual instruction, n APPLIANCE REPAIRS BUD'S APPLIANCE SERVICE AdOfiSt RitaDriua 964-691-8 y Welcome REPAIR ( THOMAS CYCLE & REPAIR SERVICE s For ANYTHING You 3120 S. Prwtoo 2400 Fronkfort Av. 3955 Dixit Hwy. 838-133- 6 Nd $96-348- 7 448-720- 2 feLv fTn Le:m cJ'L.J LAYll MOWER REPAIRS 741 6 PR ESTON HGWY. 8S3-191- 1 Work fn' mmm I J can be obtained by writing George Unseld, Seneca High School, 3510 Goldsmith, Louisville, Kentucky, or by writing Basketball t.v. service- yJCffX U LI applications Kentucky for dependable service, call Spendable service dealer fci movies, lectures, games, shooting and dribbling games and a variety of motivational activities. Awards will be given in a number of categories. Smith and Luther will spend one day at the camp and will e duscuss play and defense. Tuition for the camp is $35 and TELEVISION CIITH FIFfTDIf instruction, 459-333- Operated by BILL of the Association of College Unions Bowling Tournament and has earned the right to compete against IS other regional winners in the finals to be held at Knoxville, Tennessee, on April 26. ACU Region 5 is comprised of the member colleges in the states of: Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, U OH v I . American Camps, 1455 All Reauville Drive, Kirk wood, Missouri, 64122. To make sure the campers learn at their own level, they will be grouped according to age. The permanent coaching' staff will be made up of area high school, junior high, grade school & LOUIE LANG FORD : I I m mis Fffiw mm? ALL ITEMS 1st QUALITY AND DOUBLED & ROLLED 10 to 12 YARD PIECES Virginia. The National Intercollegiate Championships are contested during the American Bowling Congress Tournament which is being held this year at the Civic Coliseum in Knoxville. Pontrich will compete in singles and doubles competition. The bowler who compiles the highest average for the two events will be named Champion and will receive the coveted Morehead Patterson Award, named after the late Chairman of the American ts Machine Company. symbolic and the Pi l I vLI At -- ! 1) 100 coaches and former college players, if available. double khit Polyester Fully Washable No Ironing Needed Y ,'"JV 54 INCHES WIDE (SlC J'Ill V is in The tournament champion is also invited to represent the United States in the Bowling World Cup, which will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in November. The World Cup is sanctioned by Li 0aa U'f S y ) Foundry The trophy of excellence bowling. inter-collegia- te mm' lyfcUjf J jJr Federation Internationale de Quilleurs (FIQ) which is the governing body for the world's 660 million bowlers. ACU Champions Previous have won this world-wid- e amateur bowling event three of the five times it has been contested. hm Pf'1yI ' Of Natural History II New Bri9ht DhW WVHl II iiJ Ji9 II rV-r-t ) I X ISJ)H iU &?f$ To Meet Tuesday I Scarf Print$ hand cc,v.PAr.Eu?T0$i.s3 1C3V. ACETATE. 1 WwmM 1 L Photographers ) 0 V acetate twill Society of Kentucky Natural History will meet Tuesday, April 28, at 8 p.m. in (downstairs) of room 39-- 40 the University Center at the University of Louisville. Prints and slides of ice and snow will be displayed, and John McClure, Louisville photographer and naturalist, will judge them. The meeting is open to the public. New York City consumes more than a billion gallons of water ever 24 hours. SJ l Bright Spring Patterns hand washable or dry cleanable. ) ( USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD OPEN 9 9 MON.-SA- T. Uj (Jm ( ' )9yfc A PRINTED SPRING & SUMMER Co,,ons CA - SCriENPCT - II The photographic section of the 1 i- JERSEY PR,flTS one-on-on- County Wide. TPV y do Authorlrd Wrnnty group I Factory 8fvic rs f "RENTALS"! I ACROSS FROM BOWMAN FIELD (M1 ts Championships former University Call 2828 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD Frank Pontrich, a Junior at Bellarmine College won the title in the Region 5 Smith And Luther Join Camp Adrian Kentucky DOOTAN FIELD EMC0 The sports department of the Jefferson Reporter is making preparations to report little league baseball (of Report erland. All league all ages) throughout presidents or secretaries should get in touch with the Reporter prior to the beginning of their season if they wish to have weekly coverage of their league activities. Frank Ponfrich ; V V f Each 7nR7PpLA,Z Piece a Marked with SH,0PP,NG CENTER at Rangeland Road Ai " Wide

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