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«-IDAHO STATE JOURNAL Friday, August 12, 1960 Baltimore Favored by 20 Over College All-Stars Tonight Collegians Plan To Gamble On Pass Attack CHICAGO (AP) - The College All-Stars tonight will try to make a-daring, gambling game pay off against the Baltimore Colts, Na- tiontil Football League champions. The 27th midsummer classic is expected to draw upwards of 70,000 customers to Soldier Field. It will be televised and broadcast over ABC starting at 7 p.m, Mountain Standard Time. Facing a defense hinged by the likes of 288-pound Gene (Dig Daddy) Lipscomb and 270-pound Art Donovan, Coach Otto Graham's squad of 47 college graduates undoubtedly will be thinking of an air offensive rather than a ground attack. Quarterbacks Don Meredith of of Southern Methodist, George Izo of Notre Dame and Pete Halt of Marquette may spray the atmosphere with more passes t h a n ever before In the series. Despite the potential passing power of the All-Stars and a group of f i n e receivers, odds-makers have installed Baltimore about a 20-point favorite. Gail Cogdill of Washington State and Carroll Dale of Virginia Tech are regarded as two of the best pass-catching ends ever to make an All-Star roster. But the All Stars must protect their passers from the huge Baltimore chargers if they hope to crank up an air barrage.. Flipping passes for the Colts will be the 'master,. John Unitas, . now tabbed as completely recovered from ccllulitis, an infection that "earlier this week spread from his nose to glands below his eyes ' and up t.o his forehead. Some observers expect Ray \ Brown to see more action than , Unitas, especially if Baltimore | erupts for a substantial lead by , halftime. The former Mississippi | quarterback has been trained to . fill in for Unitas as well as hold\ ing down the 1 job as right safety , In the defensive backficld. Baltimore coach, Weeb Ewbank, . an assistant to Paul Brown during " Graham's years of glory with the '-. Cleveland Browns, says that his Colts cannot afford to lose to the I All-Stars. Lewis and Clark Stars Defe Hawthorne 4-3 on Millward HR Ted Williams Reaffirms Plan to Retire ' BALTIMORE (AP) -A mellow ing Ted Williams has reallirmc that I960 is his last season as baseball player. The Boston Red Sox slugger who will be 42 on Aug. 20, sat ou Thursday's game in Cleveland then played host to a charapagn celebration aboard the airplan which carried the Red Sox part; to Baltimore. The occasion? Williams' 5121 'and 513th home runs Wednesda night which edged him past th late Mel Ott (511) into third plac in the major league home r derby behind Babe Ruth (V14) a Jimmy Foxx (534). "I want to quit with a goo year and this is it," Williams sai in reaffirming his decision thi would be his last season as player. He stated the decisio after hitting home run No. 500 i Cleveland June 17. "I really wanted to quit lai year, but I had a lot of injurit and I didn't' have the year ' wanted," Williams continued. Ted Jell from his .346 lifetim average to .254 last year with painful neck ailment. So far tl season he is batting .313 with homers and 40 RBI. COLLEGE ALL-STARS READY FOR COLTS--Four of the College All-Stars who will play the professional Ballimore Colls are plclured at Soldier Field in Chicago. Left to right: End Gail Gogdill (83), Washington Slnle; tackle Roger Brown (76), Maryland State; back Waller Bench, Central Michigan; and quarterback Don Meredith (45), Southern Methodist. The game will be televised over ABC nt 7 p.m. Mountain Standard Time on Bannock CaMe TV, Channel 2. Special to The Journal IDAHO FALLS - The Lewis and Clark All-Stars of Pocatello and daho Falls Pioneer Slars meet ere at 5:30 today for the district V e s t e r n Boys Baseball Assn. hampionsjiip after both came hrough with victories in Thurs- lay's semi-finals. The Lewis and Clark team advanced to the finals on the strength of a thrilling 4-3 win ivcr a strong Pocatello Hawthorne club in the last half of the third xtra inning. Tied 3-3 enlering the bottom of he ninth, Lewis and Clark's Eddie Millward hit the first pitch over the eft field fence for the winning low. Millwarcl was the big batsman hroughout the game for the winners, as he slammed a double and scored a run in the second inning to help his team gain a 3-1 advantage. The uprising also featured a single by catcher Bobby 'opt coupled with two Hawthorne errors. Hawthorne'scored nil of its^runs in the garni on solo homers. Brent Cutright hit circuit blasts i the second and fourth frames and Ronnie Young added Hawthorne's final tally with a honu run in the iifth inning. Hawthorne attempted a rally in the sixth inning, but pitcher Larry Robson took over the mound for Lonny Nelson with one out and retired the side without any damago being done. In the oilier tourney game Idaho Falls Southeast American topped the Blackfoo! All-Stars 7-2. with Danny Moriarty providing the big push on a grand-slam homer in the fifth inning. Moriarty also homered with no one on base in the fourth and Schmidt, the winning pitcher, hom- ered with one aboard, also in the fourth. The .Southeast American club was slated to play Pocatello Irving at 1:30 today for the consolation title. At 3:30 p.m. Optimist and Haw- thorne were to tangle for the third- place trophy. Hawthorne 010 110 000--3 7 3 Lewis and Clark 030 000 001--1 7 1 Green. Erickson (7) and Parkin; Nelson, Robson (6) and Sept. Pocatello Tennis Tourney Enters Semis at College The annual Pocatello City Tennis :oiirnanient swings into the quar- ler-finals and semi-finals at the Idaho State College courts Saturday with action in seven divisions gelling underway at 9 a.m. Tourney Director Leon Fenwick said all finals are scheduled for Sunday at the ISC courts. Players have e n t e r e d from Pocatello, Boise, Meridian, Twin Falls and as far away as Butte, Mont. Haiulti Through Thurirfty Men's Slngies-- Leon Morris (Poc! rief. nary Smith (Poc) 8-6. G\\ Mel MeDoucal (Poc def. Ralph Oxley (I'ocl 6-3. 4 6 . 7-i: Vorn Mitchell (Poc) clef. Jim Parkinson [Foe) 6-3, *- - ' Men's Doubles-- Paul Thompson and I u* ' Gcorfio Wilson (Poc) def. Jim Parr WHEN nncl .Neplii Evansonj Poc) 6-4, 6-3: Hen Gnbrielsun ant! Dick Bell (Poc) def. Eluz^ Mayden and -Mel MuDouE.il (Per) G-4, 1-5. OUTDOOR TIPS So THAT YOU WON'T WAVE TO BE TYING AND UNTYIN6 YOUR PISH STRINGER, ATTACH A COUPLE OC SCREW EYES TO BOAT AS SHOWN... PIONEER LEAGUE W L Tel. 25 12 .676 .528 .483 .472 .459 Idaho Falls Billings Pocatcllo Missoula Boise Great Falls Thursday's results: Pocate'lo 12, Boise 11 Missoula 8, Idaho Falls 0 Billings 18, Great Falls 1 .378 GB 5V4 7 7'/4 8 11 Friday's schedule: Missoula (O'Melia G-5) at Boise (unavbl), 8 p.m. Pocatello (Pergenzer 7-7) at Bill ings (Halm 6-0), 8 p.m. Idaho Falls (Pearson 11-3) at Great p.m. Falls (Radovich 11-18), 8 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE W L Pel. GB 72 48 .600 Spokane Tacoma Salt Lake Seattle Sacramento San Diego Vancouver : Portland SS M 6D 61) 55 53 48 .562 .534 .500 .sno .455 .438 .419 American League W.. L...Pct. G.B 61 42 .592 -63 4G .578 .565 .505 .486 .442 .442 New York Baltimore Chicago 61 Cleveland 52 Washington ... 52 Detroit 46 Boston 46 Kansas City ... 41 Thursday Results Boston 5, Cleveland 2 Baltimore 6, Detroit 1 Washington 5, Kansas City Only games 1 VA 9 11 .390 15'/ 2 21 National League W.. L...Pel. G.B. Pittsburgh .... 65 St, Louis 62 Los Angeles ... 58 Milwaukee .... 57 San Fiancisco . 52 Cincinnati 47 Philadelphia . . 4 2 Chicago 39 Thursday Results St. Lnuis 3. Pittsburgh 2 (12 innings, N) Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 0 (N) Sin Francisco 8, Milwaukee 7 (N) .013 .574 .558 .548 .500 .439 .353 .375 7 12 1814 23V4 25 Honolulu Beats Pocatello 1M In Pony Tourney (Special to the Journal) SANTA MONICA, C.ilif.-Poca- :llo All-Star errors proved costly Thursday as Honolulu, Hawaii. shut out the Idahoans 10-0 in (he Pony League Baseball Regional Tournament here. Pocateilo committed seven errors m the game and Hawaiian pitcher Clifford Naksumc held the club to only four scattered hits including singles by Richard Nye, Bill Sperry and Allen Green and a double by'Gene Armstrong. Walter Bruce, starting pitcher for Pocatello, worked three innings and was spiked while backing up a play at the plate in the third. He was relieved by Rich Jordan. Pocatello m a n a g e r Lamont Green said Druce was alright and would be ready to play in today's game against Santa Monica at 1 p.m. Hawaii stopped a- Pocatcllo threat in the fourth with a double play. The Pony Leaguers from the newest state jumped on Druce for three unearned runs in the first frame and picked up two more in the third. Jordan held the Hawaiians scoreless for three innings until the club broke loose in the seventh for five big tallies. Hawaii blasted out eight hits in he game and didn't make a miscue. The Pocalello team is staying n John Adams Junior High Schoo n Santa Monica. Thursday the visiting Idaho club visited Ocean ?ark and took a number of rides and Saturday the · team is slated r or a visit to Marine Land. Honolulu 302 000 5--10 Pocatello 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 4 " Druce, Jordan 3 and Green Kaksume and Toga. GLASSPAR1OOAT MERC 35-H.P. MOTOR WITH STARTER TRAILER LAST NEW BOAT IN STOCK SELLING FOR COST! Complete with Controls and Battery $ 1345 WE STILL HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF USED BOATS AND MOTORS Easy Terms Dial POCATELLO GUN SHOP CE 326 North Main 2-1696 Jr. Meii's Singles--Hoy Bunnell (I'oc! def. Bob York Poo 6-1. 6-1: Hoy 13unneU (Poc) def. Jerry Bohl IPoc) 6-1. 6-4: Gary Hott (Poc) def. Rob York (Poc) 6-1. 6-1: Jack Han- esn (Poc) def. Joe Parkinson [Biack- fnot) 8-6, 86; BUI Dewitt LPoel def. Itix Tilimnn (Pud 12-10, 8-6. Jr. Men's Doubles--Walker and Tillman (Pocl def. Hansen and Parkinson [BlackfacCi j-6, 6-4, 6-4. Jr. Boy's Singles MS and under)-George Reynolds -(Poc) def. -Ashley Lvrnnn (Poc) 6-3: George Reynolds (Poc) def. J a m e s Reily 8-6; Lex Harrison [Poc) rief. Eric Treslor, 4-2; Mike DI.XOLI ilef. Ronnie Beets 4-2. 4-2; .Mike Donnelly dpf. David Liddie 4-0. 4-0: John Albanrj def. Jimmy Richards 4-2. 4-1: Brent Matthews cicf. David Young, ·)-!.. 4-2; Urvan Cox def. Dnvld Gallafent. 4-1, 3-4 4-2: Gregg Kreizcnbeek (lei. MIJcc D;xon. -1-2. 4-1: Brent Matthews def. John Albano, 4-0, 4-1: Brent Mat- hcws def. Billy Vlandro. 4-0. 4-0: :rcp. Krclzenbcck def. Mike Don- rlly -i-fl. 4-1; Bryant Cox def. Brent lalthcivs 4-1. 2-4, 1-1. Women's Singles--M?rlene Packer Poc) d e f . Myrna Lawson (Poc) 6-3, -2; ciorian McGinnes (PocX d«f. /icki Dice (Poc) 6-0, 6-3. Jr. Women's Singles--Anita Wink, er def. Susan Hobson 4-2: Trudy larrison del. Susan Nelson, 4-3; Cathy l.usk def. Linda toyman, 4-1: linny Thomas def. Kathy Lusk, 4-1; Blilie Dov/d def. Linda Marshall 4-1; Kathy Lusk def. Dara Churchill, 4-2; AnEta Winkler def. Trudy Harrison, -1; Sharon Donnelly def. Sandy Eb- 1n 4-1; Pam Whipplo d e f . Nancy g. 4-2; Linds. Llndc def. Stcnh- Vounc, 4-3; Linda Gamble def. .' Kay Knlghl. 4-3; Marilyn Davis rief. Jiidv Stoddard. 4-0; Sharon Donnelly ctof. Marsha Lambro, 4-1; Linda Linde def. Linda Gamble. 4-1: Marl- Davis def. Judy Stoddard. 4-0; Sharon Donr.eUy def. Pain Whlpple 1-0: Marcclla Naylor def. Marilyn )avis, 4-0: Linda LEnde def. Sharon Donnelly, 4-1: Marceita Naylor def. .Ir.da Linde, 4-0. Saturday's pairings; Men's Singles--Saturday: n a. m.--· kip Scdeve; Bolse) vs winner of tcad and McDougal (Poc): 0 a. m, --Tim Gleason (Boise) vs winner ol Bell and Mitchell (Poc); 9 a. m.-- "3uz Mayden [Poc) vs Albert Allen Boise); !0 a. m.--Frances Sutherland Meridian) vs winner of Hook and Sabrictson [Poc); 10 a. m.--L(n((y Tremayr.e (Poc) vs Mike Eastern Boise); 10 a. in.--Lynn B e n s o n Boise) vs winner of Morris and Svanson (Poc): 10 a. m.--Jayson Ho]' nday {Poc) vs Curtis Keith (Boise) 10 a. m.--Bill Corettc (Bntlc. Monl ) vs Stan Oiseu (Boise); 11 a. m.--Man- uel Mur.oz {Butte, Mont.) vs winner of Sedevec and Read-Evanson: 11 i. m.--Leon Fcnwick (Poc) vs winner of Glcason and Mitchell-Bell. Jr. Men's Singles (18 7 under)--Saturday; 9 a. m.--Doug Linde (Poc) vs Curtis Keith (Boise); 9 a. m.--Lynn Trlplclt (Poc) vs Bruce Walker (Pec); 1! a. m.--Tim Cleason (Boise) vg winner of DcWitt and Bunnell (Poc); 11 -a. in.--Mike Easton [Boise) vs inner of Linde and eKIth (Poc); 11 a. m.--Skip Scdcvcc (Boise) vs winner of Hansen and Hoff (Poc); . 11 a. m.--Albert Allen (Boise) vs \vin- cr of Walker and Tripled (Poc). Women's Singles--Saturday: 10 a.m. Gloria McGinnes (Poc) vs Marienc Packer (Poc): 10 a. m . -- M a r l o n Blackinton (Poc) vs Susan Knight [Poc); I I a. m.- Jan Ar.duiza (Boise) vs Ann Slntts (Pnc). YOU WANT TO RErTOVE STRINGER, JUST TAKE THE PRESSURE OPF LINE AND SLIP METAL END OUT CP EYE HOOKS RYT77NG HUMS 3-HJTTfR Merchants Blank Kokonut Club 3-0 in District Softball Tourney Olympic Flame Starts Journey For Rome Games OLYMPIA, Greece (AP) -- It took the aid of police today to get the Olympic flame for the 1060 Games started. on its way to Rome. A crowd of 3,000, which turned out to watch the ancient 'ceremony which lighted the flame by the rays of the sun, jammed the exit and the first of 340 torch rearers was unable to squeeze through. Police finally cleared a passage. The ceremony at this site of the ancient Greek games provides a link between the original sports festival and the mammoth games opening in Rome Aug. 25. A Greek vver^n, Messed in the robes of an ancient priestess, held magnifying glass in front of a torch to light it. Runners then set out to carry the flame to Athens. Ross Rytting pitched a three-hitter Thursday night ta pace the defending champion Pocatello Merchants to their second consecutive victory, a 3-0 win over Kokonut Club, in the District Softball tourney at Rainey Park. Other action last night saw the College Outlaws come from two runs behind in the bottom of the last inning to upset the East Side Merchants 5-4. The loss eliminated the Merchants. The schedule tonight pits the Outlaws against Kokonut Club at 6:30 and Pocatello Merchants face City Employees at 7:30. Neither the Merchants nor Employees have lost in the tourney thus far. Outfielder Larry Brackenbury was the top hitter in Pocatello Merchants' win over the Kokonut Club. He picked up three hits including a two-bagger in four times at bat. Losing hurler for the Kokonuters was Ron Jensen, who had pitched no-hil. no-run win over Wee Anvble Inn last Tuesday. Former Idaho State College football and track star Jim Koetfer knocked in the winning run for the OSulaws with a single in the bottom of the seventh. Chuck McAteer started the raLy with a triple and scored the tieing run on a perfect squeeze-bunt laid down by pitcher Daryl Thornton. The district tournament, a double- eliminalion|affair continues through next' Monday, with the lop . two teams eligible to enter the slate tourney later this month at Sandpoint. v Fight Results Liverpool, E n g l a n d -- Tony Smith, England, outpointed Larry Baker, New York, 10. welterweights. Tokyo -- Tctsuya Yamaguchi, 118, Japan, outpointed Kid Independence, 1!7. Philippines, 10. The hottest selling, full-sized New Car of 1960 THE DODGE DART Now can be yours at a real savings at BLAIR-FRY MOTOR CO. The supply is limited lo slock on hand, so better hurry! 1960 DART SENECA 2-DOOR SEDAN* Complete with heater, eleclric wipers, oil filter, duaL sun visors, arm rests--front and rear, and the fabulous new slanted '6' engine for $ I)QQO both economy ond top performance. Only .... j£^ Wv Complete As little as $383 down-$64.54 per month (With Good Credit) "IF YOU WISH, YOU MAY CHOOSE A COMPARABLY EQUIPPED 4-DOOR SEDAN FOR ONLY $68 ADDITIONAL. 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