Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 14, 1961 · Page 77
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 77

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 14, 1961
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r Braves Edge Cardinals,« REPUBLIC CITY- 4, On Walk In lOtfc THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC Giants Top Pirates, 6-5, In 12th Frame MILWAUKEE (AP)—The Milwaukee. Braves ended n 11-inning struggle by pushing across a rim as St. .ouis relief specialist Lindy McDaniel walked Mel Roach vith the bases loaded yesterday for a 5-4 victory. McDaniel, who hurled three perfect innings to earn 2-1 10-lnnlng victory over the Friday, April 14, 1961 Page 53 Editors Quolcbook Keglers Have Own Style By FRANK GIANELLI THERE ARE 30 MILLION BOWLERS in these United Stales -and that moans 30 million styles. "Also, there must be 36 million instructors. Everybody who ever touched a bowling ball figures he qualifies to lonch—nnd that includes scorekeepers, sweep out boys, and fellow participants," maintains Hank Lauman. Hank is narrator for the AFM-Republic sponsored bowling clinics in progress around the Valley and he's funnier than most so-called comics as he spiels the shows at a brisk clip. "I blame TV bowling for the conflict of opinion about styles. You see one fellow take a bunch of little shuffling steps to the foul line and sort of sneak the ball down the alley. "That'll be Don Carter. Another fellow gets the ball off on the wrong foot. That's Lou Campi. They both get strikes. And if you check' their income ta,x returns—you find out both are right," Hank illustrated in noting that no one bowling style fits everybody. Sessions Entertain, Inform Whether an individual is a bowling addict or not,- the current two-hour sessions are entertaining and informative. And they are evoking tremendous interest among novices and especially women where bowling has enjoyed its biggest percentage gains, Lauman has some critical advice for the ladies. "Don't bowl in those ballarinajskirts—the ones with nine petticoats underneath. A bowling delivery should be in a;-pendelum motion. And if you have to swing wide to get around all that skirt, the ball won't go right," he advises. "And don't bowl in tight skirts, or toreador pants. They restrict motion—and they bother the men bowlers," he cautioned. The Women's International, Bowling Congress is so fussy about proper attire it enforces a strict rule prohibiting bowling in anything other than a regular dre^s or skirt and blouse. Along with tight togs, Lauman rates slowpoke bowling among the game's blights. Yield Only To Adjacent Alley "That's another blame-it-on-TV item," he insists. "Bowling etiquette permits yielding to the man on the right in order to avoid distraction. But you don't have to wait for the fellow five or six lanes away. And coptOrtions some of the TV bowlers put on for the camera bog play when attempted in neighborhood houses. Some of these fellows who try to imitate TV stars have higher acting ratings than they do bowling avevagcs. All this slows play—and the bowling proprietor's biggest problem is a general slowdown of play," Lauman told clinic guests. This weekend's clinic is one of the most appealing sports packages to hit the Valley in years and well worth the brisk two hours of action. It's to credit of the bowling Industry that it sponsors such productions. Many of yesterday's clinic guests were nonbowlers. A lot of them 'will be bafik tcrparticipate," ained recently in a deal with the Chicago Cubs, earned the victory vith a brilliant relief perform- nce. Morehead came in with St Louis runners on first and third and one out in the 10th and re- ired five straight batters. 3ravcs in the National League pener Tuesday, walked Roach on 3-2 count to force home Frank Boiling with the decisive run. Bofllng lecf off the T7th with a Ingle to center and moved around o third as Joe Adcock lined a hit i right. McDanicI then hit Roy McMilan with a pitch on n two-strike elivery to fill the bases. Roach was sent up as a pinch liter for Johnny Demerit and iromptiy drew three straight ialls. The Milwaukee Ulilltyman lien fouled off three straight litchcs before drawing the pass. Southpaw Selh Morehead, ob- n the last of the eighth Thursday hat drove ih three runs and brought the Cincinnati Reds a 5-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. The left-handed swinging Lynch was batting for second baseman Tim Baumer and walloped his liomer off southpaw Jim Brewer who had been rushed in to relieve Joe Schaffernoth. The Reds wasted a lol of hits off starter Dick Ellsworth and Schaffernoth before getting their game-winning runs. I ney had only two runs on their first dozen hits. Gordon Coleman also homered for the Reds. Bob Purkcy held the Cubs to eight hits. The Reds, after getting five hits in the first three innings, cracked out five more in the fourth but tallied only twice. The runs came on Coleman's homer after Freese singled. Three more singles filled (lie bases but Ellsworth got the , A ff , ,,,,.. side out without another mn. Uiiflulo bl< Hero „ ,. . ., Consecutive doubles by Ron SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—RookielSanlo and Ernie Banks gave the •elievcr Jim Duffalo pitched and )atled (lie San Francisco Giants ;o a 6-5 victory over the Pilts- Mirgh Pirates in 12 innings of a see-saw baseball game yesterday. The Giants came from behind three times in the 3 hour 38 minute game and finally won it after Duffalo led off the 12th with a double into the right Held corner. Ernie Bowman ran for Duffalo and moved to third on Felipe Alou's single. Harvey Kucnn broke up the ball game with a line drive over Bob Skinner's head in left field. A crowd of 12,747, including 1,837 ladies' day guests, saw Duffalo walk in what appeared to be the winning Pirate run in the eleventh inning before striking out Skinner to end the frame. Hobie Landrith tied the game at 5-.T in the bottom of the eleventh when he socked the first pitch thrown to him this season over the right field fence for a home run. Duffalo, " ' ' ' Cubs a run in the second and they got another in the third with the aid of a throxving error by Bailey. Errors Defeat LA { LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Philadelphia Phillies, capitalizing on three Dodger blunders, scored four runs in the last two innings tonight and defeated Los Angeles, 8-7. Relief pitcher Dick Farrell, who got the victory, singled with one out in the ninth and scored the xvinning run two plays later| on a throwing error by pitcher Ed Palmquist. Oijtfielder Tony Gonzalez, xvho got a homer and txvo singles, drove in three Philadelphia runs and Tony Curry'and Pancho Herrera brought in txvo apiece. Her- AP Wircpholo SQU to a San t .ZE FLOP—Cincinnati's Ed Bailey lunged id the tag of Chicago third baseman Ron in the sixth inning of yesterday's game. He didn't make it. Bailey was on his way back to third after Cincy pitcher Bob Purkey missed a bunt attempt. The Redlegs still won, 5-2. Black Hawk-Wing Relations Turn xvho saved Wednesday's 2-1 Giant victory for Billy Loes, worked 1% innings yesterday and picked up his first major league victory. The loss went to Pittsburgh's ace reliefer Elroy Face. ' Pincli Homer Wins CINCINNATI (AP) — Jerry Lynch, who specializes in pinch hits, came up with a home run Ain rera, who struck out 136 times last season, fanned three times but homered in the fourth with Gonzalez aboard. Duke Snider hit his 3G9th home run of his major league career xvith the bases empty in the -second and drove in txvo more Dodger runs with a double in tiie third. Soider's homer, his first of the season, moved him into a seventh-place tie \v i t h Ralph Kiner among the all-time major league leaders. Palmquist, the last of three Dodger pitchers, took the loss in his first decision of the season. Chicago Los Ange-I Minnesot-st Clevelanci Kansas dr i New YOT— *• Detroit Boston League Baltimor w 1 1 1 1 1 n n o n o L 0 0 0 0 0 I 1 1 1 1 Pet. GB 1.000 — I.000 — 1.000 — 1.000 — 1.000 .000 1 .000 .000 .000 .000 CHICAGO (AP)—The "win at home" Stanley Cup series .which 1 finds the Chicago Black Haxvks and Detroit Red Wings tied at txvo! games each has turned into an argument of slow ice versus fast ice. Detroit's Red Wings,'xvho can account for only one victory \n TUCSON (AP)—The nation's No. Chicago all year, insists the Haxvks are tampering with the ice in theJ2 and No. 4 ranked baseball clubs Uof A Status Seeker In Tilt Tonight JRJDAY'S RESULTS los at Baltimore, post- stadium where the two teams resume the best-of-7 series Friday night. Not so, say the Hawks. playoff losses in Chicago, Red Wing'Coach Sid Abel criticized ice conditions, intimating the Hawks —a heavier team than Detroit—are the ice and softness occurs on top of the ice. "This doesn't happen as often at Olympia but when it does and they win you don't hear them saying anything about soft ice. Also it's the same ice for both teams." Gottselig added "xve might benefit a little more if-we did xvhat \vill meet tonight in the opener of a three-game 'series that could carry a strong impact on the national collegiate baseball picture of 1961. Arizona, the No. 2 team in n poll conducted by Collegiate Baseball newspaper, is shooting for the top position held by Southern California. The Wildcats could enhance their chances in the series at New York, post- . I . , « , _, , llt*HV,*»V»lV-ll\rf»IVU IV>V,O 111 LI 1\* OW-l 115 n keeping their ice soft and slow to |tle . blg , ottaw , a Senators used to !with fourth-ranked Fresno State, a •do m the early days against the team that has losl only 4 o[ 26 Montreal Canadians. They would games this season . sprinkle salt on the ice and brother would there be blood and thun- Arizona will start Marv Dull Igain an advantage. I poned, Kansas poned, Washington, The ice in the stadium has been soft and sloxv but the Haxvks claim they can't help it and give nu- Sit .grounds and cold. jis slow. "ity at Boston, post-| First of all, the Ice Capades —3t. and snow. post-jmeraus reasons as to why the ice some of that knock in hockey! Fresno will go with Terry these days and less crying." jTackett, a fireballer who has a DURING THE semifinal series 4 "° recorci ' are appearing at the stadium and AMF Clinics Draw Crowds In Valley There's something for everyone as the Arizona Republic sponsored! AMF free boxvling clinics visit Papago Lanes, GlenFair and Aeroj Only Bowl today. : Yesterday's opening clinics at El Dorado, Wagon Wheel andi X Frontier Lanes xvere attended by more than 600 persons. In addition! to being highly informative, the — .. , at Detroit, postponed, i evef y . tlme the hockey teams . jcome in to play fresh ice has to jbe put in and there isn't enough : time for it to harden. (Pascual 12-8) at Bal-| JOHN Gottselig, former Hawk ' and cold. AY'S GAMES star xvho noxv is the team's public relations director, says the bigger der. Maybe xve ought to have] Ixvho has a 3-0 record. against Montreal a couple of xveeks ago the Haxvks and Cana- diens xvere forced to go into a Tackell xvill face an Arizona lineup that is batting .331 as a team in winning 29 of 32 games. third overtime period. Because of| T he Wildcats xvill also be fac- the big crowd and the heat in the ing a tough , ineup . Fresno Statc stadium, the ice never hardened | has set a scnoo | record by hiuing after it xvas scraped and xvetted doxvn for overtime play. tier 12-11), night. (Bell 9-10) at Wash- <31ain 0-0), night. < Fierce 14-7) at Detroit! "We pack from three to four Adams from taking a dig°at Hawk *^- |thousand more people in the sta- General Manager Tommy Ivan! 'dium than they do in Detroit. Itia»d Coach Rudy Pilous at a press! ; crowds in the stadium have a lot ThiSt howe ver, did not prevent ito do with it. Says Gottselig: j Red wing Genera , Manager Jack ; 28 home runs i games. the first 21 scheduled. becomes warmer, there's more onal Lea«»ue luncheon where all three xvere 1 Greene Paces Formosa Golf clinics were entertaining as xvell. The samp format will be continued in each of the two-hour clinics which will visit most of the Valley bowling establishments before the end of the schedule Monday evening. A 20-MINUTE film, slides, demonstrations by the Staff of Champion members including Helen Duval, Mary Hoyt, Anita Cantaline, Hank Lauman, Loy Countryman, Lee Jouglard, and Andy Marzich, and on-the-lanes instructions are featured. Sand- xviched belxveen that activity is a one-game Beat The Champ match involving a man and xvoman bowler representing each establishment against one of the AMF stars. Papago, 1340 S. Scottsdale Road, hosts the clinic from 10 a.m. until noon today xvith John Furguson matched, against Loy Countryman and Marge Cox bowling Anita Cantalie. From 2-4 p.m., the stars split their forces for simultaneous shows at GlenFair Lanes, 815 S. Central in Glendale, and Aero Bowl, 3131 W. Van Buren. At Aero Bowl, Bob Christensen rolls Countryman and Jody Hills fur TODAY'S CLINICS PAPAGO LANES, 1340 S. Scottsdale Road, 10 a.m. to noon. GLENFAIR LANES, 815 S. Central, Glendale, 2-1 p.m. AERO BOWL, 3131 W. Van Buren, 2-4 p.m. Rtpublic Phglo by Nyl* Lttltiam BOWLING TIP — Mrs, Dean 3rant, center, received some first-class instruction in yesterday's Arizona Republic sponsored free AMF bowling clinic at Wagon Wheel Lanes. Helping are AMF bowling stars Mary Hoyt and Lee JoughuU The clinics continue through Monday. nishes the opposition for Miss Cantaline. GlenFair's contributions to the Beat The Champ match had not been determinec as of last night but the bowlers picked will have to beat Mar> Hoyt and Andy Marzich. IN ADDITION to the good tips you can pick up which could be instrumental in raising your aver age between 5-10 pins, door prize of a bowling ball, bag, and in structional books are, awarded a each session. In yesterday's Beat The Cham competition, Mike M a n g u s trimmed Marzich, 209-174, an Mary Hoyl nipped Fay Nelsoi 189-179, at El Dorado. At Wago Wheel, Loy Countryman blistere the maples and Don Schmidt, 23t> 13G, and Anita Cantaline bea Bobbie Lexa, 163-147. At Frontier Lanes in Scottsdal Helen Duval defeated Fay Nelson 192-151, and Andy Marzich edge Vci'le Oslnm, 23ti-r.M. tneiniiti os A in Fr£a. ilxvauJ-c: . Loni f liiladel j W L 2 0 liicago Pet. 1.000 2 1 .GOT :> I .6(57 1 1 .500 I 1 .500 1 2 .:i33 1 2 .333 0 2 .000 2 RDAY'S RESULTS isco 6, Pittsburgh 5, 12 humidity and because of cigarette present in Detroit Wednesday. smoke, haze and dust 'settle on' "You fellows got yourselves i' TAIPEI. Formosa (AP) - M. new ice machine in Chicago last! c - (Bi S M °) Greene, towering year." said Adams, "but when; u - s - Arm - v ma J° r from R oswcll. are you going to start using it.", N - M - fired a one-under-par 72 'The remark xvas made in jest and Thursday to hold a one-stroke lead 'both Black Hawk representatives at tlie midway mark in the For- laughed. imosa Amateur Championship Golf Now You. Have It, Noiv You .. Cinci PhilaoL Pittst> \ngeles 4-10). Cincira. Louis (5 5. St. Louis 4, 11 inn. 5. Chicago 2. ia S, Los Angeles 7. JDAY'S GAMES (Gibbon 4-2) at Los oufax 8-13 or Williams (Buhl 16-9) at Chi- 9-11). (Hook 11-18) at St. mons 7-3), night. ,,,.,. . Because of the apparent home Looks like a lean year ahead | ice advantage, the Haxvks remain for the state Athletic Commis- 1 favorites to xvin the series since four games xvill be played in Chigo the limit of sion. During this year's session ol the legislature, the commisison got a supplemental $2,500 appropriation which was expected to tide the commission over the next year or two. But the appropriation bill was inadvertently worded so that all funds in the commission's hands will revert to the state general fund when the current fiscal year ends June 30, Asst. Atty. Gen. Barry Leverant advised the commission yesterday. cago should it seven games. i Tournament. Greene, xvho stands 6-5, shot a 74 in Wednesday's first round of competition at the Taiwan Golf and Country Club for a 36-hole total of 146. ICE SKATING**: Thurs.. Fri. - Sat. - Sun. Dundee Curling & Skating Club 4621 N. 7th Street LESSONS AVAILABLE Let's learn to skate. Classes now forming for all age groups. Private & semi-private Instruction. SILVER BLADES CLUB KIOS 12 & under ioln our class Sat. A.M. 10:00 to 11:00 For Further Information, Call or stop by AM 5-3929 EZRA BROOKS ALSO AVAILABLE IN POPULAR, LIGHTER 86 PROOF

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