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Business And Finance Television • Theaters THE AmoNA REPUBLIC Saint-day, April IS, 1961 39 Editor's Quolcbnok ChisoxTolHit •—•—- — - •• •— • ..- — _.„ .... ; ^-||||p^--- ---- --.-... Tigers Win, 7-0; Scratch Hit By Landis Ruins No-Hit Effort Course Long Time Coming By FRANK G'ANELLI DETROIT (AP)-Jim Landis' scratch single in the fifth inning ruined Frank Lary's bid for a no-hitter yesterday as he pitched the Detroit Tigers to a 7-0 triumph over the Chicago White Sox. - Lnndis' hit btHmred off shortstop Chico Fernandez's glove nnd the official scorer promptly ruled It a hit. Fernandez was forced to go far to his right to make the play. If he had fielded It cleanly it appeared he might have caught Landis at first. Lnry, dazzling the White Sox with dii assortment of curves, sliders and fast balls, retired the next 13 batters before walking pinch hitler Earl Torgeson in the ninth. The Tigers supported Lary's pitching with a 15-hit attack and scored their seven runs In the first three in- Ings off Frank Baumann and reliever Bob Shaw. gifl of Milwaukee starter Bob Buhl who had gone all the way. Twins Brat Orioles THIS BECOMES AN AUSPICIOUS tlay for Valloy sportsmen. Because when Phoenix Mayor Sum Martiian digs the first divot into Maryvalc Golf Course this morning the deed celebratp.s the only municipal course addition to the village sports scene since 1936. That was the year Encanto went into operation to become what must bo among the most heavily trafficked links in the nation. There have been oodles of private courses—more than a dozen—locally built since then. But social or economic barriers limit their availability. The 18-hole Maryvale course, superbly distributed over 140 lush acres west of Phoenix, completely fenced and glittering with spanking newness should do much to ease the Encanto load and still gripes of citizen golfers who neither can afford nor desire the country clubs. Two factors are paramount about golf. Full Camps On Bolh Sides Either you're for it, or you knock it. There are full Lary, who celebrated his 30th .birthday this month, struck out only five while walking two. Only three balls were hit well off the dimunitlve right-hander from Norlhport. Ala., just before Landis 1 scratch hit, Al Smith drove Billy Brutnn 380 feet out in loft center. Urulon caught the in his shoulcJtir while racing wards the wall. Milwaukee apparently had sewed up a 2-1 triumph on solo homers by Frank Boiling and Hank Aaron. Braves on .the bases. victory |pst nJRht by fl ^ Taylor's decisive blow was a over (he Baltimore Orioles. . Vcrsallcs, 10-year-old rookie shirtslop, scored one run after doubling and singled in the winning run in the seventh. The 27-year-old Pascual held the Orioles to five hits and struck out 12 of them in sending Baltimore down to its second loss of the season. Minnesota drew first blood in the fourth inning with the aid of an error after being set down in order in three Innings by Jack Fishfir who struck out five of the ninr> batters. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet Cincinnati 3' 0 1.000 »-Los Angelfes 2 1 .667 *-Son Francisco 2 I .fi67 Chicago 1 2 .333 Milwaukee 1 2 '.333 "-Philadelphia 1 2 .333 •"-Pittsburgh 1 2 .333 St. Louis 1 2 .333 *Playing night game. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ovcr j Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2 (0 . j Cincinnati at St. Louis, night GB Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, night Versalles got the first hit off Fisher, a double down the left field foul line. He scored while ^ first baseman Jim Gentile was 2, fumbling around with a slow grounder by Jim Lemon. Reds Rip Rcdhirds ST LOUIS (AP)—The Cincinnati Reds parlayed some robust hitting Trim Tribe .,,.. , .",, Philadelphia n ' K ' u _ . • at San Franc.sco, TODAY'S. GAMES I WASHINGTON (AP) —joe MC- Clam, a 27-year-old righthander, M ^ ^UT^D^ * I broke into the major leagues lastj Cag ° (H ° bbie I6 ' 20)> '"'''' ~" ' • -- - - st _ by Wallv Post and a five-run ex plosion in the'ninth inning into a 17-3 decision over the St. Lour, Cardinals. !! W,T> thc'r third virtorv of the infant 3-2 victory over the Indians be-j Broglio 21-9), night, fore a cheering, chilled crowd of' Pittsburgh (Friend 18 . 12 ) a t'Los Angeles (Drysdale 15-14), night. 10.126. McClaln a $25,000 minor league Philadelphia (Roberts 12-16)° at purchase by the new Senators, S an Francisco (Marichal <j-2). gave up seven hits, four in the' eighth inning when Cleveland AMERICAN LEAGUE scored its runs. Pet. GB 1.000 ... 1.000 01111 two. V. (Los Anonlns 1 n i.QOO lean home run to keep the Red- within striking distance, but played no part in the ninth-inning upris- Showing flawless control, Me- Minnesota Clnin walked nobody. He struck Kansas City ,,— •— ~". ..., .,. j ~ M I*.,V^Y," ii.. J.JI1..1IJ ui^; .luii uiu u^iicuui a ^aiuureu omy si> camps for both factions, including those who see no "its fr °m three Cleveland pitch . VW 111O QnonHlnrr r\\ \\~\\\r\ rv»/-\nr\tr *-.»•» r*r» fnf\ n I oro In balancing their record at 1-1 the Senators gathered only six • value spending public money on games. This is baseless argument when weighed against demand. Surveys Indicate residents and visitors show a desire ' for more golfing facilities. Especially vocal are resort- season gupts who enjoy the 'sunshine, enjoy looking- at cactus—hut want some recreational golf as interspersion. The Maryvale Links, huilt by developer John F. Long on land he sold the city is roomy, scenic, and interesting. The course plays 5,801 yards with a par 72 and has four lakes which provide six. .water hole situations, plus a couple, more for us hookers and slicers. Interesting, But Not Too Tough Designed by California golf architect Bill Bell, it offers bunkered and trap challenges, yet is not too difficult for the weekend type golfer. , Best of all—the price is,right. A round of golf costs $2 Dec. 1 through May 31 and drops to $1.50 the rest of the year. Students can play fou 75 cents. This Is getting the price back to where recreation doesn't hurt. Greens fees for guests go as high as $10 at some of ,the local country clubs which keep fees high to discourage nonmomber play. ' Add a ball per water hole (doesn't everybody . . .?) and the "fun" round leaves teethmarks on the pocketbook. Maryvale should ease the municipal golf pressure as will the Estrella Mountain course being developed by Goodyear and Avondale interests. But welcome though they be, they still will leave the area lagging behind what cities of comparable size offer hi municipal golf facilities. jLos Angeles Chicago Cleveland Detroit Washington W L 2 0 1 0 1 0 ers. Boston Ihe Senators scored two runs in New York Baltimore the third inning. Starter' Gary Bell walked Pete Daley and McClain got his own lead by slan- ming a double to right centerfield. He went to third on a sacrifice fly by Coot Veal and came in on a single by Marty Keough. Cubs Win Thriller CHICAGO (AP)—Sammy Taylor, with a three-two count and two out in the ninth, slammed a two-run homer to give the Chicago Cubs a thrilling 3-2 home opener victory yesterday over the Milwaukee Braves. Taylor's blow gave the man- agerless Cubs (heir first victory of the scnson and it came after .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 ing which spoiled the Cards' home opener for a sparse crowd of 19,077. Trailinc 3-2. the Reds lowered the boom on relief pitchers Al Cicotte and Bobby Tiefenauer. The : climax hit was Frank Robinson's two-run single off Tiefenauer for the last two runs. Acidic Kasko'r single broke a 3-3 tip. Stan Musia! hit his first homer of the campaign and <ttOth of his 1 20-year career for the Birds, now' 1-2. AP Wlrephofo ' RUN IN MAKING—Don Zimmer (17) o" Chicago Ciubs stole second in third iri^'i" ning oi yesterday's game as Milwaukee shortstop Rov McMillan had to leap ' high for throw from catcher. Zimmer scored v/hen next batter, Billy Williams^ singled. Base theft helped Cubs win, 3-^. ' >! YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 7, Chicago 0 •';• ; ; Minnesota at'Baltimore, night. Cleveland at Washington, night Only games scheduled. TODAY'S GAMES Kansas City (Daley 16-16)' at New York (Turley 9-3). Cleveland (Grant 9-8) at Washington (Daniels 1-3). Minnesota (Stobbs 12-7) at Bal- timofe (Barber 10-7). Chicago (McLish 4-14) at Detroit (Mossi 9-8). Hawks Win, Ed Updegrafi Captures 6-3* Lead Easy Victory Over Leon In Final 3-2 : of Tucson yesterday to reach the i quarter finals of the Southwest CHICAGO (AP) — Stan Mikita i Gojf Tournament, and Murray Balfour, scoring two TUCSON - Favored Ed Upde-jll holes. He parred the 12th hole graff of Tucson blazed his way to ' ' a 7 and 6 victory over Dave Leon goals each, last night led the Chi-' |cago Black Hawks to a 6-3 vie- jtory over the Detroit Red Wings .(and a 3-2 lead in their Stanley jCup championship playoff. THE BLACK Hawks, seeking Devil Golfers Rap Sailors Arizona State University's golf team withstood the wind and San Diego Naval Training Center golfers at Century Country Club yesterday for a 23>/2-3V£ victory, Calvin Cooke posted a 70 to grab medalist honors during a day Mikita's two goals came in thc in which play was extremely dif- fit "> Period. Ths first goal broke Updegraff. set a competitive record of. 63—9 under par—for the Tucson' Golf and Country Club layout in . Wednesday's • qualifying round. Yesterday he birdicd the first inc. DJjf\UI\ naWKS, SeUKingi injn-iuujr nc yiiun;u IMU moi seeking their first championship!three holes and won the first four, in 23 years, can wrap it up in Updcgn'.ff vas C v.n-br par after to win the match. in which play was extremely dif t ficult. -Winds estimated at 45 mph | at times whipped the course. , Detroit tomorrow night. If they fail, the series returns to Chicago; for the seventh and final game 1 Tuesday. Mikita's two goals came in thc Following are Ihe results of yesterday's Southwestern amateur golf tournament at the Tucson Country Club: •'*•.; Dr. Ed Updegraff, Tucson, def, Dave Leon, Tucson, 7-6; Tom Flnke, UA,-; d«f. George Joch, Phoenix, 4-3; Tim Sexson, UA, def. Ed Kerber, Phoenix, 5-4;*-Bill Crowe, Phoenix, ' def. Bob Shephard, Phoenix College, ,4-3; Mike Rombold, UArdef. Bill Paul, Phoenix,, 1-up; Jesse Whlttenton, El Paso, def. .Dick Taylor, Phoenix, 2-up; Dick Dillon, UA, def. George Harrington,. Phoenix, 1-upj Frank Redman, El Paso, tief. Marvin Walker, El Centre, 4-3. ; ' ' Today's pairings: 8:50—Dr. Ed Updearaff vs. Tom Flnke; Tim Sexson vs. Bill Crowe 9—Mike Rombold vs. Jesse Whittenton; Dick Dillon vs. Frank Redman. meet in semi-finals. le finals. , . . „ f« l LiiilWO VYJI11JLJCU LUC lAJUiaC* ,Los Angeles (Casale 2-9) at Bos-r ton (Delock 9-10). ! The Sun Devils, winning their '26th consecutive dual match, -had VOM rT G HAD a 3-3 tie and put the Hawks f to stpy while Hnvvie Young wa :::-v ; '->g a tripping penalty. Br. |r ':u AMF Bowling Clinics Real Crowd-Pleasers Folley To Figlit Argentine Champ LOS ANGELES (AP)-Promoter Cal Eaton announced yesterday that Zora Folley of Phoenix, a leading heavyweight title contender, and Alejandro Lavorante of Argentina have signed for a 12- round bout May 11. The match, set for the Olympic Auditorium, will be the toughest test in the brief career of Lavorante, who holds the heavyweight title of Argentina. Hanscom-Dickens, 3-0; Calvin (ASU , dcf BM | Johnson , 3 . 0 , Six down and three more today. That's the-story of the Arizona Rex wiisen ^Republic sponsored AMF free bowling clinics which have been l'°i ! jcrowd-plcasurs in every house the stars have visited in the'Val Today, *Luke AFB, Thunderbird Lanes nnd Bowlero will host me cooke-siawic two-hour clinics which feature seven AMF Staff of Champion bowlers !jones - 3 ' 0; f including Lee Jouglard, Hank, — • jim rn whitioe I flumnn AnH\; Mnr-yipVi T r\\t (ASU) def. Hearno- 1 CoTtryma,;* Anifa ™&t.&* ance l ? ^^^ betWee " 10 ^^ ^ " Mary Hoyt and Helen Quval. a ' m ' ancl noon Wlth Marv Hovt The stars will bring their en .^»d Andy Mar Z ich slated for Beat • • - - • The Champ matches there. At little trouble with the Sailors. ! ASU leaves Monday for a five- ^ ! match invasion of California, fac- £''.',' ing UCLA Tuesday, Occidental""' Wednesday, Los Angeles State "' Thursday, USC Friday and Long "-" Beach State Saturday. ASU 23V], San Diego Naval Training Dick Hanscom, --•• --- - , , vvh " F ' :d int ° th = n2t D0 "- pnr ' the \vith nn in : ir'cc! -.•ed V.s f : ; vlts 'i-ir.cl:- cooke (ASU) ""• def. "Johnson- Spengler (ASU) def. Bill Jim Whltlock, 3-0; Spenaler-Pennlngton (ASU) def. Hearne-Whitlock, 3-0. Medal- tertaining and instructional clinics to nine other Valley bowling establishments before the clinics wind up Monday evening. Check the Arizona Republic for the schedule and plan to attend when they are slated for your favorite bowling establishment. The airmen at Luke get a Thunderbird Lanes, the clinic is also scheduled for 10 a.m. until noon with Ha! Darling and Helen Walker providing the opposition for the AMF stars. Bowlero hosts the clinic at 2 p.m. with Bob Root bowling Loy Countryman and Dot Wilkinson meeting Anita Cantaline. In addition to the Beat The Champ matches, a 20-minute film,. 10 TODAY'S CLINICS LUKE AFB, Luke Field, a.m. to noon. THUNDERBIRD LANES, 2430 W. Indian School Road, 10 a.m. to noon. BOWLERO, 5m W. Indian School Road, 2-4 p.m. Yankees Shut Out West Point, 14-0 Coutinuv Meet Ac!ion in the Ari'Tna Woman':, "nwlinR Association state tournament continues today and tomor- \Vci'iv:n boxvlnrs will b? slviot- WEST POFNT, N.Y. (AP)—Thc i,;.- a t scores jwsted in last New York Yankees played their week's opening session. The team first exhibition game at West event is being rolled at El Dor- Point since 1944 yesterday and ado, -1501 E. McDowell Road, and whipped the Army, l'1-O, in a the individual events are sehed- game cut to seven innings byiuled for Wagon Wheel Lanes, agreement because of the cold. A 42?2 E. Thomas Road, crowd of about G.OOO shivered. ^.^ ^ scheduled al ,, 5 The game was marked by, and 8 p.m. at El'Dorado today Yankee heavy slugging. Hector j and action begins at 11 am, at Lopez and Moose Skowron blasted!Wagon Wheel. Tomorrow's ;taivi- ; home runs in the first and second t" at both Inures shows shifts at! innings. ,11 a.m. and 2, 5 and 8 p.m. ' PhQlo by god THlS—Andy Marzich am} Mary JJoyl, instructors in bowling clinics be ing staged at Valley houses, slum- Papago Lanes spwctors how to hoist a bull drew more' 1)1,111 (jt)i) .spfciuloj s> wshTtl.tv; rouiiim.- HM »i.,h jMou.i <• slides, a demonstration by the stars and door prizes of a free bowling ball, bag and two instructional textbooks are given away at each free session. ^ Local bowling stars split wjth the AMF champs in yesterday's matches. At GlenFair tanes, Loy Countryman defeated Hal Parling, 204-193, but Betty Shaw beat AMF's AJiitj) Cantaline,, 190-153. Jody Hills used a good 213 to beat Helen Duval's 205 at Aero Bowl with Bob Christensen; making jt a clean sweep there by dumping Andy Marzich, 19M68. AMF's Mary Hoyt shot the best lady's game of the matches when she hit 2i6 at Papago Lanes to heat Marge Cox who had a 179. 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