Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 44
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 44

Tucson, Arizona
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 1, 1963
Page 44
Start Free Trial

PAGE 46 T U C S O N D A f L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1963 HOCKEY AMERICAN LEAGUE Hershey 2, Bullalo 1, best-of-7 final tied 3-3. WESTERN LEAGUE Seattle 9, San Francisco t, leads best-of-7 final 2-1. Seattle Ridlon Goes To Cowboys SAN FRANCISCO -- UF» -Defensive halfback Jim Ridlon was traded yesterday from the San Francisco 49ers to the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League for linebacker Mike Dowdle, a former 49er draft selection. SHOOTING SAHUARO RIFLE LEAGUE Old Pueblo Muzzle Loaders (Waller Suter hloh) def. the Tucson Telephone Men (Ken Phillips high), 724-701. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS DUE ON IMPROVEMENTS AH persons owning property heretofore assessed for improvements, w i l l take notice that an installment of interest will become due cm or before the first ( 1 s t ) day of June, 1963, and if not paid on or before B«id date the same will become delinquent and five per cent (5%) penally will be added to tbe amount thereof. The following is a list of the Series Numbers and Names of Improvements on which installments will be due and payable as stated above: t Series No. Name of Improvements 188 Anita St. District Pavement Widening Imp. ISO 190 191 192 193 194 195 1% 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 239 210 211 212 213 21-1 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 22S 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 Bronx Park Addition District Sewer Imp. North Plumer Ave. Dist. Sewer, Glenn to Copper Imp. South Menlo Park Granada Dlst. Pa%'ing Imp. Grossetta-Miltenberg Dist. Sewer Imp. Alleys in Blocks 29-42-44-78, City Paving Imp. Broadmoor Dist. Paving Imp. 6th St. Pav. Widening Between Santa Rita Alley E. of Campbell Imp. South Cherry Ave. Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. El Cortez Heights Dist. Sewer Imp. North Campbell Estates Silver St. Dist. Sewer Imp. University Home Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Cottonwood Addition Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. East Broadway, Country Club Rd. to City Limits, Dist. Paving Imp. Twenty-first St. Warren Ave. Dist. Sewer Paving Imp. Industrial Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Alturas Street Dist. Sewer Imp. Canice Dist. Sewer Imp. Speedway, Tucson Blvd. to Forgeus Ave. Dist. Paving Imp. South Park Addition Dist. Paving Imp. El Cortez Heights Dlst. Paving Imp. North Campbell Est. Dist. Paving Imp. Southern Heights Addition Dist. Sewer Imp. South Campbell Ave., Broadway to Factory Ave. Dist. Paving Sswer Imp. Mountain Ave. from Alley N. of Grant Rd. to Copper St. Dist. Paving Imp. American Villa Resub. Broadway to 15th St. Dist. Sewer Imp. Western Addition Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Alleys in Blocks 17-19-20-43, Buell's Addition Blocks 7-8-9, Rieckers' Addition Dist. Paving Imp. 22nd St., First Ave. to Campbell Ave. Paving Sewer Imp. Southwestern Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Alley in Block 232 238, City of Tucson, Dist. Paving Imp. Toole to ISth St. Dist. Lighting, Stone Ave. Imp. Sunnyside University Hts. Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Plumer Ave., Broadway to ISth St. Dist. Paving Imp. Alleys in Fairmount Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Country Club Rd. 5th St. Paving Imp. Manlove Addition Dlst. Paving Imp. Stone Ave., Drachman to Oro St. Dist. Paving Imp. Casas Lindas Est. Paving Sewer Imp. 22nd St., 1st Ave. to 6th Ave. Dist. Paving Imp. Country Club Manor Dist. Sewer Imp. Grant Rd., Campbell Ave. to Tucson Blvd. Dist. Paving Imp. Elysian Grove Paving Imp. Encanto Park Dist. Paving Sewer imp. Highland Park Addition Alleys in Buell's Fairmount Additions Paving Imp. San Clemente Dist. Sewer Imp. Catalina Vista Paving Imp. 10th Ave. to S. City Limits Main Ave. Transition Paving Alturas St. Ocotillo Park Paving Sewer Imp. 18th St., Campbel! Ave. to Tucson Blvd. Paving Sewer imp. City Parkside Lorena Homesites Dist. Sewer Imp. 2nd St. 13th Ave. Casas Estrada Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Encanto Vista Dist. Sewer Imp. Alleys in Block 9, Buena Vista Addition Blocks 24-43-49 City of Tucson Dist. Paving Imp. Country Club Manor from Tucson Blvd. to Country Club Rd. Dist. Paving Sidewalk Imp. 16th St., Highland Factory Ave. Between Mountain Vine Ave. Dist. Sewer Imp. Cinco Via Dist. Sewer Imp. American Villa Resub. Broadway to 15th St. Dist. Paving Imp. City Parkside Lorena Homesites Dist. Paving Imp. Avondale Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Country Club Road 5th St. to Pima Paving Imp. Duffy Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Sahuaro Hills Dist. Sewer Paving Imp. Calle Guaymas Misc. Alleys Dist. Paving Imp. Biltmore Addition, Contzen Ave. Alley North Eastland St. Dist. Sewer Imp. Broadway, Randolph Way to Craycroft Rd. Dist. Paving Imp. Southern Heights Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. El Conquistador Estates Dist. Sewer Paving Imp. Sway Way Addition Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Alvernon Addition Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. E'/i of Rosemont Blvd., 5th St. to Broadway Paving Sewer Imp. Highland Vista Dist. Sewer Imp. Desert Highlands Dist. Sewer Imp. Parkway Terrace Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. S. 4th Ave., 20th St. to Benson Hiway Dist. Paving Imp. Series No. 263 284 265 266 267 268 Name of Improvements Campbell Ave. Grant Rd. to Glenn St. Dist. Paving Imp. Palo Verde Blvd., 2nd St. Dist. Sewer Paving Imp. Ware St. Ash Alley Dist. Paving Imp. Oracle Rd., Drachman St. Dist. Ornamental Lighting Imp. Casa Mesa, Darling Acres Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Speedway, Bentlcy Ave. to Craycroft Rd. Dist. Lighting Widening Imp. Ken rose Park Parkview Addition Dist. Sewer Imp. Glenn St. Campbell Ave. to Tucson Blvd. Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. 1st Ave., Glenn St. to Alley N. of Elm St. Dist. Paving Imp. Alleys in Solot Plaza Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Broadway Estates Dist. Sewer Imp. Country Club Annex Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Melrose Ave. Palomas Ave. 19th St. Dist. Paving Sidewalk Imp. Grand View Addition Dist. Sewer Imp. Desert Aire Addition Loma Linda Estates Dlst. Sewer Imp. Mirasol Addition Dist. Sewer Imp. Hoffman Addition Dist. Sewer Imp. Campbell Ave., Grant Rd. to Glenn St. Dist. Lighting Imp, Copper Terrace Addition Water St. Dist. Sewer Paving Imp. Glenn St., Cherry to Campbell Ave. Dlst. Paving Imp. Adams St., Sleuth Ave. Arizona Ave. Dist. Paving Imp. Grant Rd., Geronimo to Park Ave. Dist. Paving Imp. Downtown Paving Widening Imp. Downtown Dist. Lighting Imp. Catalina Jerrie Blvd. Dlst. Sewer Imp. Congress St., Freeway to Grande Ave. Lighting Imp. North 4th N. 6th Ave. Dist. Lighting Imp. 17th St., Campbell to Plumer Dlst. Paving Imp. Wilshire Heights Dist. Sewer Imp. E! Campo Estates Sewer Imp. Speedway Addition £1 Dist. Sewer Imp. Speedway Addition Dtst. Sewer Imp. Cecelia Timrod Street Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Colonla Allegre Dist. Sewer Imp. North 15th Ave. Dist. Sewer Imp. Linden Park Dist. Sewer Imp. Loma Linda, 16th St. Dist. Paving Imp. Broadway Estates Dist. Paving Imp. Hoffman Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Catalina Jerrie Blvd. Dist. Paving Imp. Country Club Park Dist. Sewer Imp. Speedway Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Sentinel Dist. Sewer Imp. Champion Dist. Sewer Imp. 307 Wilshire Heights Sub. Dist. Paving Imp. 308 Hi-School Addition Dist. Paving Imp. Arcadia Ave. Dist. Sewer Paving Imp. Irvington Rd., Park to Campbell Dist. Paving Imp. Belmont Country Club Hts. Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Del Monte Village Dist. Sewer Imp. Country Club Park Dist. Paving Imp. Encanto Vista Dist. Paving Imp. San Clemente Dist. Sewer 12 Eastland 27th, Venice Herbert Aves. Dist. Paving Imp. Glenn St. Olscn Ave. Dlst. Paving Imp. South Sixth Ave., Thirteenth St. to Seventeenth St. Dist. Lighting Imp. Speedway Addition £2 Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Missiondale Rd., Valencia to Bilby Rd. Dlst. Paving Imp. Speedway Addition i\ Dist. Paving Imp. Cloverleaf Addition Dist. Paving Sewer Imp Haskell Dr., Winstel Blvd. Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. National City Annex, BIks. A thru E., Dlst. Paving Imp. La Mesa Dist. Sewer Imp. Wilshire Heights Access Rds. 14th St. Dist. Paving Imp. Manana Vista Dist. Sewer £2 Glenn St., Rosemont Blvd. to Craycroft Rd. Dist. Paving Imp. Contzen Ave., Alameda St. Misc. Alleys Dlst. Paving Imp. Monte Vista Drive, Sycamore Ave, Arizona Ave. Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. Halcyon Rd., Allen Rd. Mountain Vista Dist. Sewer Imp. Wfnterhaven Dist. Sewer Imp. Pullman City Addition Dist, Sewer Imp. Miracle Mile Manor Dist. Sewer Imp. Avondale Addition Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. £2 Craycroft Terrace Swan Rd. Widening Paving Imp. Santa Maria Dist. Sewer Imp. Columbus Blvd. Dist. Sewer Imp. 339 Southgate Sunset Villa Addition Dist. Sewer Imp. 340 Sahuaro Rillito St., 9th, 10th, llth Ave. Dist. Paving Imp. 341 Parkview Addition Dist. Pavinc Sidewalk Imp. 342 Mountain View Acre Farms Dist. Sewer Imp. 343 Lind Rd., Hendrick Dr. Misc. St. Dist. Paving Sewer Imp. 25th St., Curtis Vine Ave. Dlst. Sewer Imp. Grand View Addition Dist. Sewer Imp. 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 232 2S3 284 2S5 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 344 346 347 East 5th St., Jones to Wilmot Dlst. Paving Imp. Installments as stated above are payable at the office of the FINANCE DIRECTOR, CITY HALL, CITY OF TUCSON 69 N. .Meyer Ave. Tucson, Arizona Publish April 30th and May 1st, 1963 ' 11. L. Danfortli, Supt. of Streets FENNEL SNARES RECORD --AP Wlrephoto Northeast Louisiana State College pole-vaulter John Fennel soars over the crossbars to recapture his world RECLAIMS RECORD record here last night in a meet at Monroe, La., against Northwest Louisiana State. He went 16 6%. Pennel Aims For 16-9 As Eventual Career Top MONROE, La--UP)--Soaring John Pennel says he won't be satisfied until he vaults 16 feet, 9 inches, higher than any human has gone. The husky 22-year-old narrowly missed the 16-9 mark yesterday in a dual meet. He cleared 16-6% and reclaimed the pending official world's record. Finland's Pentti Nikula has a 16-8% effort to his credit. But it came in indoor competition and doesn't count as an official world standard. Before Pennel started raising the record last March, Nikula held the official mark with a 16-2% performance outdoors. Pennel has now toppled the record three times. A University of Washington sophomore, Brian Stern- berg, reigned for four days as pole vault king. Sternberg cleared 16-5 last Saturday in the Penn Relays. Later on Saturday, Pennei went 16-6 while practicing in the rain. The Miami, Fla., n a t i v e plans to start vaulting at 16 feet in this Saturday's Northe a s t Louisiana Invitational Track Meet. Pennel is a student at the state-supported college in Monroe. "I get too tired starting lower," Pennel said after his record 16-6% leap yesterday. He started at 15 feet, then went to 16. He cleared the bar easily both times. His 16-6% jump came on his first effort. Then he ordered meet officials to raise the bar to 16-9. On his first try he grazed the U. S. ROYAL TIRES! Have We Got TIRES! SAFETY SOO Standard New-Car Tire! TubelessI Tyrexl AS LOW AS plus tax and smooth tire off your car We have Tires of all Quality and Prices from $995^ U.S. Tire and Auto Supply, Inc. 2564 E. Grant Road OPEN Alt DAY SATURDAY PHONE 793-9491 bar with his cheek going down. The second time, he brushed the bar with his legs going up. On the third and last time he went several inches higher but landed atop the bar coming down. "I thought I had it each time," Pennel said, referring to his 16-9 try. "I'll have to work on dropping my feet more." He used a fiberglass pole, one borrowed from Rice University's F r e d Hansen in March, to set his then world standard of 16-3 in the Memphis, Tenn., Relays. A few weeks later Pennel soared 16-4 in a dual meet at Northwestern, La., State College, the Northeast Louisiana foe last night. About 2,500 turned out to see Pennel perform for the first time this year on his own campus. Lotario Wins Payoff Fall El Gran Lotario won the decisive third fall to down the Mad Mongol in the feature of last night's Tucson Sports Center wrestling exhibition. Don Kent, who interfered with the feature, was disqualified earlier in losing to Tito Montez. Dick Dunn bested Hans Steiner in the third fall of their collision. In earlier matches, Pancho Pico defeated Ted Christy, while Rocky Smith and Duke Miller went to a draw. He Regrew Hair For Dramatic Story See Page 5 IT'S HERE -- What You Waited For All Year O'RIELLY Chevrolet's '·*-''*''·' ·;.-" -·- REGISTER Battery powered --actually goes at a safe 6 m.p.h. No purchase necessary --you need not be present at drawing to winl On Hundreds of New '63's - Chevrolet* · Corvairs · Chevy I I's · Trucks CHOOSE FROM 450 CARS IN STOCK! One Location Only NEW O'RIELLY CHEVROLET WAREHOUSE Open 3 a.m. to 10 p.m. EAST 22nd ST. at S. PARK SPORTS CLIPPINGS From Wire Services Bobby Walston, veteran Philadelphia Eagles end, will retire instead of resuming play this year. A pass-receiver and placement kicker, Walston went to the Eagles from the University of Georgia 12 years ago . . . A resolution against legislators recommending people for work at race tracks in Oregon has been approved by the state and federal affairs committee of the Oregon state senate . . . Eddie First Rider, a Blood Indian, won the Canadian welterweight boxing title last night by defeating champion Peter Schmidt on a 12-round decision . BOX SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE Angels 6, Yanks 3 NEW YORK »» r h rbl Kubek.sj 3 0 1 1 Rlch'dsn.Jb 4 0 0 0 Trssh.If 3 0 0 0 Montle.cf 4 Marlj.rf 3 1 1 1 1 LOJ A N G B L E J ·b r h rbl Pearson.cf 3 1 1 0 Moran.Jb 3 2 2 L.Thoms.lb 3 I W»Brvcr,l» 3 1 1 0 0 0 G.Thorm.rf 3 0 1 1 P*'pit'ne,1b 4 0 2 1 Torres,3b 4 0 7 1 Howard,c 4 0 1 1 Fregosl.si 4000 Boyer,3b 4 1 1 0 E.Sad'skf.c 4 0 0 0 Williams,p 1 0 0 0 McBrld«,p 4 0 0 0 Hamllton.p 0 0 0 0 Soring,B 0 0 0 C Arroyt.p 0 0 0 0 Fowler,p 0 0 0 0 a-Berra 1 0 0 0 Kunk«t,p 0 0 0 0 t-BI'nch«rd 1 0 0 0 Bridget,p 0 0 0 0 c-Long 1 0 0 0 Total* 33 3 7 3 Totals 31 * I « ·--Popped up for Arroyo In 4th; b-- Grounded out for Kunke! In »lh; c--Lined Into doubleplay for Brldsej In 9th. NEW YORK 000 000 012-3 LOS ANGELES 100 131 OOx-6 E--Moran, Mantle. PO-A--New York 2*8, Los Annelei 27-10. DP--Kubak, Richardson and Pepllone; Torres, Moran anc L. Thomas! Pearson and Moran. LOB-New York 6, Los Angeles 6. 2B--Torres, Ptarsofi, Moran, Boycr HR--Moran. IP H R EK BB SO 4 4 3 3 I 0 1 0 x-Wllllami (L, 1-1) 4 Hamilton o Arroyo 1 Kunkel 2 Bridges 1 y-McBrld* [W, 2-2) « i-Sprlno 0 Fowler 1 x--Faced 2 men In 5th. y--Faced 2 men In »th. i--Faced one man In 9th. U--Valentine, McKInlev, Chylak, Rice T-2:27. A-32481. Twins 8, Birds 1 BALTIMORE MINNESOTA »b r h bl ab r h b Aparlclo,ss 5010 Green,If-cf 4 1 0 0 Lau.c 4 0 1 " Smlth.rf 4 l 2 Gentlle.lb 4 0 2 Powell,If Rangers Close In On Title Clinch 4AA Tie With 6-0 Win Rincon stood only seven innings away from its third consecutive year in the State Class AA Baseball Tournament today after sewing up at least a tie for the Division 4AA championship. The Rangers locked up the ie yesterday as John Hosmer twirled a 6-0 victory over last-place Palo Verde, .llowing just three hits. TUCSON HIGH stayed one ;ame off the pace, with one ;ame to play, by taking ad- -antage of eight Sunnyside irrors for a 5-3 victory. In o t h e r Division 4AA ;ames, Amphitheater slugged 'ueblo, 14-7, and Catalina used Rick GrinnelPs three- litter to topple Catalina 8-0. Rincon got all the runs it needed in the fourth when Ion Carter tripled to left. Tucson pitcher Corky Co- .a-Robles and Sunnyside's Mickey Romano each gave up only five hits, but shoddy 'ielding killed the Blue Devils. COTA-ROBLES* v i c t o r y was his n i n t h of the year, more than any other high ichool pitcher in the city has aken. Bob McGee won his eighth r or Amphitheater, rapping out a two-run homer to aid his own cause. He allowed two icratch hits in four innings Before leaving with a 14-1 ead. Grinnell received strong litting support f r o m K e n Kaufman and Peter Snell, each of whom had three hits. One of Kaufman's was a three-run homer in the first. BASEBALL PALO VERDE 000 000 0--0 3 1 RINCON 000 140 x--A 3 0 McDonald (L, 1-4), Anderson (5) and Dennis; Hosmer (W, 4-U and B. Ald«r. TUCSON 00? 020 1--3 S J SUNNYSIDE 010 010 1--3 S « Colfl-Robles (W. 9-1) and Marquei; Romano (L, X-4) and Void. SALPOINTE 000 000 0--0 3 1 CATALINA 311 021 x--8 14 · O'Leary (L) and WUchela; Grrninell (W, 5-3) and Snell. HR--Kaufman (C). AMPHITHEATER ...153 400 0--14 1J I "UEBLO 010 M2 0-711 t McGee (W, 8-3), Harper (5) and Rotolo, Munoz (7); Csrrlllo (L, 0-2), Price (1), Padllla U) and Nlcolaus, Flores (5). HR-McGe* ( A ) . TRACK Benson 78, FWHS 35 1OO DASH: l, Brlrfon {B) : 1 0 5 2 , Cliy- ton ( F ) . 3, Cole ( B ) . 1M DASH: 1, Coons (B) :24.J. 2, Clayton (F) 3, Ruiz (8). -MO DASH: I, Green (B) :5S.O. 2, Claylon (F). 3, Ruiz (B) 88« RUN: I, Mendlval (B) 2:18.2. 2, Rich? rd , s . ( 5, K 3/ Harrington (F). MILE RUNl 1, Martin (B) 5:18,6. 2, Weaver (F) 3, Humphrey (F). 150 HIGH HUHDLESSi 1, Gules (F) :15.4. 2, Brllfon (B). J, Bearse (B). no LOW HURDLES: 1. Brmon (B) :20.7. 2, Galoj (F). 3, Grcwi (B). 880 RELAY: 1, Benson (Brltlon, Cole. Guerra, Green) 1:343 SHOT PUT: l, Dillon (B) 47-4V2. J. Dagoet (B). 3, McGaffen (B) DISCUS: I. Dillon (B) 154-1. 2, Dyer ( B ) . 3, Duncan (F). POLE VAULT: 1, tie b»^ hveen Lnnon (B) and Guerra (B) 11-0 ?'e, °, e M, ( F ) HIGH JUMp! '· D " v " (F) 5-1P/4. 2, Cole ( B ) . 3, Bearse (a) r, R °, AD , J «K MP| '' Cole B ) W-«k. * Clayton ( F ) . 3, Guerra ( B ) . 4 0 1 b-Ga!nes,lf 0 0 0 0 5 2 3 2 2 5 0 S 0 - 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 Roblnsn,3b Brandt.cf Adalr,2b Barber,p n-Snverlrn 1 0 o D.Holl,P 0 0 0 Stock,p 0 0 0 c-Snyder 1 0 0 4 4 2 0 0 0 Power,ib 0 Rollfns.lb 0 Allison,rf 0 Battey.c _ Lemon,If 1 J.HalUf 0 Turtle.cf 0 Allen.Tb 0 Versalls.JS 4 2 3 o Pawual.p 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 Totals 37 1 11 1 Totals 34 14 a «-FII«J out tor Barber In 71h; b-Ran for Powell In 8th; e-jtruck out for Slock In »th. BALTIMORE 000001000-MINNESOTA 110 100 05x--S E--Smith. PO-A--Baltimore J^-t, Mtnne sou 27-TO. LOB~Baltfmor« 7, Minnesota 9. ?B--Allfson 2, All«n, Veriallei 2, Rol tins. IP H R ER SB SO Barber ( L , +-3) . . * 1 3 3 1 3 D. Hall l'/i 6 5 S 1 1 Stock % 0 0 0 0 1 Pascual (W, 2-3) .. 9 11 1 HBP--By Barber, B«t«y. 1 0 3 U--Smith Halter, Paper»ll«, Soar. T--2:29. A--5,435 NATIONAL LEAGUE Cards 2, Braves 1 MILWAUKEE Ib r h bl Glbsn,lf-3b 4 Boiling, 2b 4 H.Aaron,rf 3 Tor re,s 4 ST. LOUIS ·b r h b 4 I 1 3 0 0 I 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 3 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 Simmons,P 3 0 0 0 1 0 Flood.cf 1 1 1 Groat.53 0 0 0 While,I b 0 1 0 Boyer,3b 1 0 0 Mnke,3b-ss 3 0 0 0 Airman.rf T.Aaron,Ib 3 0 0 0 James,If Jones,cf 2 0 0 0 Ollver.c a-Crndll,lb 1 0 0 0 Javier,2b Samu«l,ss b-Maye,cf 1 0 0 0 Lamaster,p 2 0 0 0 c-Uecker 1 « 1 0 Raymond,p 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 1 4 1 Tatdlj TJ 1 i ··Filed out for Jones In llh; b-struc out for Samuel In ithj c-doubltd fo Lemasler In Ith. MILWAUKEE 100000000-ST. LOUIS 000 110 OOx-- E--Lemittsr. PO-A--MflwiuKte 14-5 Sr. Louis 27-4. DP--M*nki, Bolllno am T. Aaron 2. LO8-MHw«uKM 3, SI Louli 1. 2B-Whlte, Flood, Terra, Uetker. HR --Boiling, Jivttr. IP Ltmister (L, 0-1) . 7 Raymond 1 Simmons (W, 4-0) . 9 H R IH ·· 1 4 2 1 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 ! 8 WP--Lemaster. PB--Torre. U--Vtnion Sltlntr, Uonittlll, Crawford. T--1: Russians To Pass Up Bid At Tourneys LONDON--UP)--The British Lawn Tennis Association announced yesterday that Russia^ stars will pass up the W i m bl e d o n championships this year. J. Eaton Griffith, chairman of the committee organizing the new women's international team tournament June 17-20, said the Russians had failed to enter that competition and Wimbledon. He said this was due to a big sports meet in Russia. "It has been learned that no Russian players will be allowed to take part in any competition outside Russia this year apart from their Davis Cup team," he said. Sixteen teams are entered in the women's international, with the A u s t r a l i a n girls seeded first. Britain and the United States are expected to meet in the semifinals, a match that could be a rehearsal for the Wightman Cup matches in the United States later in the year. Rams Hire Summerall LOS ANGELES --(M -- P a t Summorall, place kicking specialist with the Detroit Lions St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Giants in the National Football League, has been signed as a temporary Rams t h C L ° S AnRele ^ Summerall will work with Ram punter and piacekicker Danny Villanueva. Head Coach Harland Svare said yesterday he believes Summeral! will be able to upgrade Vllla- nueva's consistency.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free