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LBUQUERQUE JOURNAL "July 2,1950 Purdue's Fred Wampler Captures NCAA -Golf r Tournament 3! .Page Twelve - ! v iciK,l: ' . -yaw. W ' ':. ; n : if o1H mm Hoosier's RaDy Drops Bob McCall, 2 and 1 GEORGE McFADDEN , , Shooting sub-par golf, Purdue's Big Ten champion, Fred Wampler, became the 53rd college amateur to win the indi- .1 i A : l -t.' . --.1 1- A. 1- J.U. 1 1 viauai XN.U.A.A. gou cnampionsnip wnen ne iook me oo-noie final match from Bob McCall, husky shotmaker from Colgate University, two and one. Cool and steady, Wampler came from behind a one hole deficit at the end of the first half of the match to take two M. At . t t , H -, --., noxes in succession nom mc siuu irjf VX r, ! NCAA CHAMPION: Fred Wampler of Purdue, the 1950 National Collegiate Athletic Assn. golf "champion, wipes his sweating brow during Saturday's 36-hole final match with Colgate's Bob Mc- ---'Call. The Indianapolis ace won the match, 2 and 1. , . Indians Take Over Second. As Phillies Rap Brooklyn . . . i , . o i Rosen Leads Jribe to Second rPlace Berth CLEVELAND, July 1 (INS) Al Rosen, slugging third baseman, hit two home runs today to pace the Cleyeland Indians to a 7-4 tn- r umph over the Detrort Tigers at 'Cleveland. Rosen walloped his 22nd of the n season in the first inning with L two aboard and his 23rd with one man on in the third. It was the Indians' second suc-J cessive win over the Tigers. Detroit I.ipon s Prlddy 2b Kell 3b Wert rf Evers If Groth rf "oblnnon e Hollowgjr lb White p Roeovtn p x-Kllr Calvert p AR R 5 0 4 4 5 4 2 a 4 1 2 1 Hrirvrland , OlMitchell If 1! Kennedy rf 2! Easter lb 1 1 Pony cf 2" Rosen 3b II Boone rr 1 Gordon 2b 2Hecn c OiWynn p 01 Benton p 01 Totals AR R H n o 2 2 0 fl 0 0 33 7 11 Total 35 4 10 x-Ptnch hitter. Petroit , on 100 210 4 Cleveland 312 000 Olx 7 FBI Roxen 4. Mitchell. Evers, Kell, Groth. Hesan. 2B Doby. Kell. 3B Boone, Hezan. HR Ro.en 2. Evera, Groth. Hesan. SO White 1, Rocovin 2. Wynn fl. Benton 1, Calvert 1. HO White S in 2 2-3 inning: Roeovin 2 in 4 1-3 in-ninjia: Calvert 3 In 1 : Wynn 10 in 7 2-3; Benton 0 In 1 1-3. Winner Wynn (7-4). Loser White (1-1). Bosox 13, Yanks 4 BOSTON, July 1 The Boston Red Sox trounced the New York Yankees, 13-4, today with , big Walt Dropo driving ;n seven runs on a grand slam homer, single and long fly ball. The loss dumped the Yanks out of econd into third place with the Cleveland Indians taking over the runner-up slot. New Vrk AR R H'Rnston AR K II r.iMuto ft 2 2i n.DiMacgin cf 2 4 2 Coleman 2b 1 1 1 Goodman 3b 4 2 1 Henrich lb 3 0 0 William If 4 2 1 Mlze lb 2 0 llstephen aa 2 3 2 .. DiMag'o ef 4 0 l Dropolb 4 2 2 Poerr 2b 5 0 3 Zarilla rf 5 0 1 Batta c 4 0 1 rarnell p 5 0 0 Totals 35 13 13 Ferra e Houk c Bauer lf-rf Johnson 3b Ma pea rf Jenren If Byrne p Ford p " Ostrowakl p x-Martm 0 l 0 0 O 3 0 n i o o o o Senators 3, A's 2 WASHINGTON, July 1 (JP) Washington capitalized on -splendid relief pitching by Jim Pearce and Mickey Harris to edge Bobby Shantz and the Philadelphia Athletics, 3-2, tonight on four hits. A wild rookie, Bob Ross, started for the Senators but was replaced in the second inning after the A's scored a run off him in the first inning and another in the second. Philadelphia AR R Dillinger 3b 4 1 Moses rf 4 O Valo If 2 0 Chapman cf 4 0 Fain lb ' 10 Jooat sa -30 Hitchrock 2b 4 1 Astroth e 3 0 x-Schieb 1 0 Shantz p 2 0 x-Guerra 1 0 H ilVashlnatnit AR R H 2 Yost 3b 0 Coombs aa 3 0 INoren cf 4 1 'Vernon lb 3 0 Mele .rf 4 0 Ostrowski If 4 1 Dente 2b 3 0 Evans e 3 0 Rosa p 0 Pearce p 0 Harris p 3 i 0 0 0 Totals ...29 2 4 Tofala ...30 3 9 !x-Pinch hitterg. Philadelphia 110 000 nohr-2 Washington loo 002 H)x 3 RBI Chapman, Noren. Dillinger, Oa-trowski. Dente. 2B Noren. Yost. Chapman. SO By rearce 3, by Shanta 6. HO Ross 2 in 1 -2-3 innings; Pearce 1 in 5 2-3: Harria 1 in 1 2-3. Winner Pearce (l-0. Loser Shantz (-8). Hartung Beats Braves NEW YORK, July 1 W Clint Hartung pitched and helped bat the New York Giants to a 4-2 triumph over the Boston Braves today. Hartung homered in. the seventh inning to break a 2-2 tie. Monte Irvin also homered for the Giants. Roaton AR R Har field, 2b 4 0 Jethroe cf 5 0 Torgeson lb Elliott 3b Gordon If Holmes rf Cooper c Kerr as Spahn p x-Reiaer Roy p Hogua p II New York AH K H 0 Stanky 2b 4 0 1 1 Macuire If 2 0 0 0 Ojlrvin rf 4 12 0 2 Thomson cf 4 1 1 0 0 Dark as 4 0 1 1 lTho'paon 3b 4 1 2 1 3 Calrterome e 2 0 1 0 ljx-Rigney 10 0 1 IWeatrum c 0 0 t 0 0 Gilbert lb 3 0 2 0 0 Hartung p 3 1 1 0 0 Jansen p 10 0 .32 4 11 Phils Increase Lead as Miller Wins Seventh PHILADELPHIA, July 1 (INS) The Phillies cemented their hold on the National League lead to day with a 6-4 victory over the slipping Brooklyn Dodgers. Rookie Bob Miller, with some substantial aid from Jim Kon-stanty, racked up his seventh win without a defeat as he bested Clarence Podbielan. Miller and Konstanty gave up 12 hits, one more than Philadelphia collected. Miller singled in two runs in the first to help hie own cause. Mike Goliat and Puddin Head Jones homered to ice the game in the seventh and eighth. . . - Rraaklya Cox 3b Hermajiaki If Snider cf Robinson 2b Furillo rf Campanella e Hodgea lb Reese aa Podbielan p Palica p x-Abrama Hatten p AR 5 R H 0 3 Philadelphia Aahburn cf Hamner sa Waitkus lb Ennis. rf-lf Jones 3b xx-Caballero Staler If Nicholson rf Seminirk e Goliat 2b Miller p 0 0' Konstanty p 3 0I 2 2;. 0! Of O Oi 0 0' 0 0 o o AR 4 4 3 1 4 0 2 0 4 4 2 2 R H O 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 Totals ...31 2 Totals x-Plnch hitters. Boston , 010 100 OOO 2 New York 000 101 llx 4 RBI Kerr, Spahn. Irvin, Rigney, Har tung, Gilbert. 2B Holmea, Elliott. Thomson. Cooper. HR Irvin, Hartung. SO Hartung 1, Spahn 7, Jansen 2. HO Har tung 9 in 7 1-3 Innings; Spahn 9 in 7; Roy 2 In 1-2; Hogue O in 2-3: Jansn 0 in 1 2-3. Winner Hartung (3-Z). looser Sphn 9-9. 1 Totals 35 4 121 ( x-Pinch hitter. !New York : 100 OOO 031 4 Boston 440 041 OOx 13 ! RBI Propo 7. Hoerr 2. Stephens 2, Zarilla, Mue. J. DiMaggio. Coleman. 2B Doerr. Berra. Stephen, Rixxuto. HR I nropo HO Byrne 4 In 1 1-3 innings; J Ford 7 In 4 2-3; Oatrnwskl 2 In 2. Win- nrr-rirnm 10-0. i.oner Byrne (8.-3). i White Sox 4, Browns 1 . ! CHICAGO, July 1(JP) The Chicago White Sox- nsd 4.1 I victory over the St. Louis Browns to move into a tentative tie with Washington for fifth place in the American League standings today. ! St. lunula AR R Stir'welPs 3b 2 8 Kckos If 40 I-enhardt lb j Wood rf IMoas c Friend 2b : Sievera cf V'pton sa jOvermlre p Johnson p ,x-Sommera Fannin p - t hicago AH K H Carr'quel ss 3 1 1 Phillejr cf 4 0 0 Mast e 3 0 2 Zerniali If " 4 1 0 Robinaon lb 4 1 1 Majeakl 3b 4 1 1 Rlckert rf '4 9 1 Fox 2b 4-0 3 Pierce p 3 0 1 Totala .33 4 10 Reds 5, Cubs 3 CINCINNATI, July 1 (JP)-A dramatic two-run homer in the tenth by Dixie Howell, his first of the season, salvaged a tremendous two-hit ball game by Ewel Blackwell of the Cincinnati Reds to give them a 5-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs tonight. Blackie struck out 14, walked five and hit two batters in racking up his sixth win. v - Chirac AB Ramai ti 2-Sb 5 v alker c Cavar'ta lb Sauer If xx-Verban Borkowaki If Pafko cf Edwards rf Northey rf Smalley aa Serena 3b TerwilT 3-2b Miimer p R H CInriimati AR R H 0 0 Adams. 3b ' " , 4 0 1 0 OXowrey If . 4 1 0Wyrostek rf " 5 0 llKluazewaki lb 4 0 0! 0 0 Ryan 2b Uaher cf Howell e Stailcup aa Blackwell p Totals 31 1 I Totala 30 3 2 ' xx-Pineh runner. Chicago , 000 000 003 0 3 Cincinnati 000 110 010 2 5 RBI Kluazewski, Wyrostek. Pafko 3, Howell 2. Stailcup. HR Kluazewakl. Pafko, Howell. SO By Miner 7. Blackwell 14. HBP Pafko by Blackwell). Sauer by Blackwell). Winner Blackwell (8-7), Voret (Miner l-5. Totals 38 4 12! Totala . 33 8 11 Brooklyn ono oil 110 4 Philadelphia 020 002 llx 8 X-Pinch hitter. xx-Pin-h runner. RBI Miller 2, Cox, Furillo. Ennls. Sis-ler. Robinaon. Go'iat. Joner. 2B Furillo. Knnia. Robinson. HR Goliat, Jonea. HO Miller 10 in 8 2-3 innings; Konstanty 2 in 2 1-3 Innings; Podbielan 9 in 8 2-3 innings; Palica, 0 in 1-3 Inning; Hatten. 2 in 1 inning-. Winner Miller (7-0). Loser Pod bielan (5-41. Cards 5. Pirates 4 ST, LOUIS, July 1 (JP) The St. Louis . Cardinals edged the wobbly Pittsburgh Pirates 5-4 tonight and thus remained in' a virtual tie for first place, just two' percentage points behind the leading Philadelphia Phils. Howard Pol-let struck out nine in gaining the victory,; but needed help in the ninth when Johnny Hopp poled a three-run triple. born McCall on the back nine of the second 18. The lead changed hands twice and the match had been evened four times before the Indianapolis golfer succeeded in gaining his advantage and closing the match on the 35th hole by stopping McCalrs putt with a perfect stymie. . - The two collegians opened the match by halving the first four holes with pars and splitting the ! fifth with a pair of birdie fours Wampler was never in trouble on the first five and was effective on the greens. McCall, using a three wood for his tee shots throughout the match, recovered from erratic drives with deadly accurate iron shots and matched the Big Ten champion's putting on every green. Wampler succeeded in taking the sixth hoIe when he sank a 15-foot putt for t birdie three on the par four hole. McCall two-putted the green for a par four. They halved the hole with birdies on seven and pars on eight and nine. The first nine ended with Wampler one up with a medal score of 32 strokes, three under par. McCall had a medal of 33, two under. The second nine opened with Roth players reachinr the number 10 rreen with their tee shots, two putting the rreen, and halving- the hole with a. pair of birdie threes. Both shot par rolf for the next three holes but Wampler's putter turned hot again on the short 14th hole and he sank a sen-sationel 20 foot putt for a birdie two to take the hole from McCall who two-putted for a par three. The powerful McCall came back on the next two holes to take them both with birdies. Consistently long off the tee., he suddenly turned red hot and . pin pointed his chip shot to 15 within a few feet of the cup. He drilled his putt for a four. On the long 16th he turned on his power again and was on the green in two. He two putted the green for another birdie. Wampler lost both holes shooting par golf. They halved the 143-yard 17ih with par threes and McCall ended the first eighteen one up when Wampler missed a five foot putt on the final hole of the first half of the match McCall made his putt for his fifth birdie of the match. McCall came from the first 13 with a medal score of 66. five under par, and Wampler had a 67, four wider. Wampler opened the afternoon round with a birdie three on the 19th hole to take it from McCall's par. They split the 20th with par four's and bogied their first hole of the match on 21. McCall's try for a foul" .foot putt hung on the Hd of the cup , and wouldn't fall despite the corrf-bined concentration of McCall and Ted Payseur. tournament chairman. Both boys shot par golf for the 22nd and 23rd and McCall succeeded in evening up the match when he putted for a birdie four on 24 and took the hole from Wampler's par. Wampler re-j gained a two up advantage when he birdied the par four 25th and took the 26th on McCall's bogie j over on the par three hole. Wampler cashed in on 33 when McCall got in trouble and took a bogie. He kept the pressure by going one under on the next hole to make the count two hole up and two to play. Both boys drove the green on the 145-yard , 35th hole. Wampler was away and had a long putt. He shot and failed to drop the shot but ended with a perfect stymie on McCall to stop his putt for a birdie. McCall's attempt to ' go around Wampler' j ball finished far wide of the cup to end the match In Fred Wampler's favor, two and one. . Ted Payseur, tournament chairman, presented the Chick Evans individual traveling trophy and the runner-up cup to Wampler and McCall in a presentation ceremony at the course club house immediately after the match. Presidents Trophy Golf Underway Play for the 1950 President's Trophy gets underway at the Albuquerque Country Club at 9 a.m. today When 27 players tee off in the annual handicap tournament - Jack McCormack is the tournament medalist with a two-under-par 70. The first match of the tournament starts at 9 a.m. with matches following at seven minute intervals. Two .rounds of 19 holes each will be played today with single rounds scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. McCormack is paired against H. R. Gross in the first match. Others, in order, are Harvie Sum mers vs Arthur Brice, Tim Ing-werson vs H. R. Ellis. Jack Rich, bye, Art Smith vs Dudley Cornell, Dr. D. A. 'McKonrion vs Milton Seligman, Scott Mabry vs A. E. Thomas, Col. O. Thome, bye, Tom Popejoy vs Paul Tackett, A. Et Alford vs. George Valliant, Col. Allyne Browne vs Art Quinn, Owen Marron, bye, Jimmy Dema-ret vs -Oscar Allen, Col. Arnold Boogher, bye, Dr. George Widney vs Ralph MacBain, 'and Col. Bri-ley, bye. s Dukes-Borger Tilt Postponed BORGER, July 1 (JP) The scheduled game between the Albuquerque Dukes and the Borger Gassers was. postpone here tonight at the end of the second inning with the visitors leading, 4-2. Rains and high winds swept the Gassers' field to eliminate all chances of continuing the game. The two clubs will play a double-header tomorrow afternoon with Art Kuehl and Al Carr - . ' - ' - , , ' t i ' ' " '"" " "" "i - Yt) Q "rD ' t-eX y itrsi'jpf&r ' ZT" WHAT HAPPENED? Bob McCall, left and Ted Payseur, N.C.A.A. tournament chairman, study the lie of a McCall putt on the 21st green of Saturday's N.C.A.A. finals at the University of New. Mexico course The miss cost the Colgate star a par on the hole and a win as Wampler also went one over par on the par four menace. x .' ' - . . , . . . . 7. W ampler s Rise to NCAA Title J Is Story of Constant Determination By JIM DE VOSS When one stops to think about it, the stage was set for for Fred Wampler's victory in the N.C.A.A. golf tournament here Saturday. Perhaps not set in the strictest sense of the word, but the role was there and the good-looking Purdue senior played it to the hilt After being- a medalist runner-up in the 1949 N.C.A.A., (he was beaten in the seconc round by Morris Williams Jr., of Texas) he entered the United States Amateur and moved to the quarter-finals Already, his plan was underway. - . This year, as No. 1 man, he led the Purdue Boilermakers to the Big Ten team title. grabbing up the conference's indi- srhpdulpd to en for the Dukes and five. They closed the third nine f Henry Pippen and Joe Prucha toeing the mound for the uassers. Albuquerque ' will atternpt to continue its win streak in the Panhandle trip after soundly dumping Amarillo three straight. with Wampler two up. McCall tried to come back on the final nine by driving to the brfck of the green of the 28th hole, chipped to two feet from the cup, and sunk his putt for a three. Wampler lost the hole with a par four. "They split 29 with a pair -of par fives and Wampler regained his two-up lead with a two putt birdie on 30. Both boys took par on 31 to keep the count two up for WamDler. McCall rallied again on 32 when Wampler's putter turned cold and he went one OILERS ASSAULT BLUE HURLERS, 20-7 ABILENE, July 1 W Pam-pa's Oilers assaulted three Abilene pitcherj for 23 base hits and a humiliating 20-7 beating to open the short series here tonight. Home runs by Roy Parker and Engel added to the unmerriment for Blue Sox players and parti- vidual -crown in the same sweep. ; Then' into contention for the National he came carving out' an amateur record-tying 66 in the practice rounds to strength-,, en his claim. After that he drilled a 71-69140 for co-medalist runner-up honors in the 36-hole qualifying rounds to ' really establish himself as a' threat for Harvia Ward's defended N.C.A.A. individual golf championship. And he didn't let, up until he got it. .He slaughtered Denver's Paul McMullen, . 6 and 5 in the first round, then scratched out Dick Askley of Kansas, 2 and 1 in the second. Again, he flashed his all-around linksmanship - to outclass San Jose's Warren Mc-Carty, 6 and 5 in, the third round before running head-on . into teammate Gene , Coulter . in the quarter-finals. - - In one of ' the outstanding matches of ; t h e tournament Wampler turned hot on the back nine for a 3 and 1 victory even though" he lost, the 16th with a birdie to Coulter's eagle three. His semi-final round against Billy Maxwell of North Texas State proved that the Indianapolis shotmaker was a real competitor. After losing the first three holes to sensational putting, Wampler began - the long trek back, finally winning 3 and 1 on the 17th green. In the finals he again proved that he could come from behind. One down at the halfway point despite a five-under-par medal round of 67, he called upon his clutch game to annex the title. The end came when he layed a stymie on the 17th green for the 2 and 1 payoff victory over Colgate's Bob McCall. ....... Plumbers and Staggs Win Semi-Pro. Meet Openers The ,New Mexico-Plumbers slaughtered theBarelas. Wildcats, v22-'i and the Albuquerque-Staggs smothered the Armijo Yankees; 17-5 ir the opening . games oi the District semi-pro baseball tournament ai Tingley Field Saturday night. . - . Other first round games and one second round contest will Ik played at the field today. Powers turned in neat four-hit- clincher in the nightcap as Hutch- ter for the Plumbers in their routjins twirled a two-hitter. ,Th of the Wildcats. The losers scored ; staggs jumped on Armijo anc their only run in the second. Meanwhile the Plumbers, first half winner of the Industrial League, were scoring in all but a single inning. Their splurge came in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings. Matanis, Gann and Wright paced Plumber batters in the tournament opener. Matanis and Gann got four hits in five trips to the plate, while Wright bingled safely in three out of four appearances. " A 12-rua first inning was the Bloe for the dozen- tallies then add ed anothei in the third and iow more in the fourth for their total Lopez, Hill and Fugit were th leading sluggers. Lopez -had i perfect night at the plate with four hits in the same number o.' times at bat, while Hill and Fugi hit home runs for the winners. .Barela ... I 010 000. j-5- 1 4' Plumber 230 655 x 22 20 i Salazar, Lopez. Aragon and Gallegoi; Powers and Wright. Armijo 020 300 00 0 J Staggs 1201 400 Ok 17 la i P. Armijo, Bloe and V'lgil, ; Defear; Hutchins and Hannah. sans, Enge.1 slamming two of them over the left field wayy, Parker sub first baseman; hitting one of the longest of the season here, over the farthest centerfield fixture. nttsburch Roick sa Bell rf x-Fernandex Kiner If Westlake cf Murtaugh 2b Phillips 3b Coogan lb x-Hopp Mueller c x-Casti'onnc Turner e Queen p Dickson p x-Schenx Law p AR R St. IXMiis AM K M Glavlano 3b a I Sch'ienst 2b ft 0 2 Musial If 4 11 Slaughter rf 4 O 1 Howerton cf 3 2 2 Marion ss 2 1 1 Nelson lb ' 4 0 2 Rice c Pellet p Brazle p Totals o o 0 O .34 8 It S Totala ...33 x-Pinch hitters. Pittsburgh 000 100 003 4 St. Louis 000 211 10X ft B.BI Kiner. Nelson 2. Howerton, Scboendienst. Hopp 3. 2B Schoendienst, Westlake Nelson. 3B Bell, Hop. HO Queen 8 hi. 1-3 innings; ..Dickson 1 in 2-3; Law 0 In 1; Pollet S In 8 2-3; Brazle 0 In 1-3. PB Mueller. Winner Pollet 18-ft). - Loser Queen (1-7). . Calumet Farm race" horses have, earned approximately seven and a half million dollars in purses . in the past 12 years, - Totala ...30 1 4 -Pinch hitter. " 'St. Loula r. OOO OOO 0011 'Chicago . 000 003 lOx 4 ! RBI Majeski 2. Rickert. Masi. Moas. :2B Majeski, Carrasquel. HR Moas. SO I By Pierce 4, Overmire 2, Fannin 1. HO I Overmire in 6W; Johnson 0 In 2-3; .Fannin I in 1. " Winner Pierca o-S, Loser i Overmirt 2-4. WT-NM Linescores j Clovis -112 02O 01O 7 10 : Amarillo 01ft 410 04x 15 14-4' Borrego. Roain (R and Kosub, Hoff-! man; ZoUiecoffer and Cardinal. ) Pampa . ........ 20S 251 410 20 23 Ji Abilene 100 002 310 7 10 4 I Salgado, PayU and Martin; Hunter, Hart; Bowland and Bowland, Perez. Lubbock. 200 001 041 8 11 1 Lamesa OOO 000 2O0 2 ; Garmoa and Doftley; Reynolds and Ca- j AUTO PAINT JOD Factory Type Batfcetf-oa Enamel Tfcr Infra-Keal Method TOUR CHOICE OF LATEST COLORS , . 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