Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1957 · Page 42
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Pt|« 22 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thnndir, June 6, 1957 a-% . f / *% i t , I a. I f* A A Butlers Bears, Veterans of NCAA Baseball Play, Show Fine Record Vaul Moloney, Editor John Hogg Named Outstanding in Dist. 7 Baseball L A R A M I E , W)-n. ir -- Th JjrV Jur.lctr and Georje DflVigna were picked froin Denver. KCAA All-District 7 bajeball t e a m , I Second baiemin Jim Hoppe o! announced Wednejdiy, was dom- inalrd by Skyline Champion Denser University and Colorado State, R n c k j Mountain champ. Conference Wyoming, ihomtop Curt Jenson of- IThli It lirtl tf twt iltrltt en Dr. L. C. (Ptlt) Butltr't Ctlo- radt Stall Coll.jt baiiball rtc- erd.) Ten yean a50, 1918, Dr. L. C. (Pete) Bi'tler coached Colorado State t'olleje to iti firit NCAA baie- ball playoffi. Fifteen seasons ato, 1911, Ihe neara itarted iH itritif til 15 itraisht locky Mo'intain conference championships under Butler's direction. The Bean entry into the NCAA finals at Omaha Saturday arid net! week will terve ai an annlvenary for Butler Pete would like noth ing Letter than lo ro t\\ thi way ('· the t-hampionthip. Colorado State U the dean cf trhooi participating In the NCAA playoili Only once the play. Utah, third baseman Ceorce Stett- j l r l c l ler of Utah State and utility m a n | ' f i r offj weir bccun in 134f nave Ihe Hears miscd at leait Ihe rlii- trict record. That wai Ihe initial w h e n a board ot coaches Bob Vink" of"'New" Meiico 'round t s f l «l") Denver Lriv«r«ity n the ( a r e a representative. Denver lo»t out the firit t e a m . to Califo~!±. 3-1, in the western Ilr.-idi.i7 '- telectioni was J o h n ] In announcing the t r a m , Bud I Jln;c. CS'i outstanding r i f h t h a n d Daniel, Wyoming baseball coach j "Sional playoff. hurler who was credited with the and dill. 7 baseball c h a i r m a n , said ] Cal Won T '"» only playen on the district teams I . . Ca 'i' n rnia will be making Brars* two victories in.their three- f a m e playolf jeriei with Denver. n u l l i f i u t i i . i .1 r vu led into t h e l h o n o i s . The Bears were S ACC eolle?e world neries at I O n a h a this weekend by Hogg's I ruiUtanding batting and pitching, j Utah State's pilchrr Boh Bean, llosg knocked in winning run* in'catcher John Whatcotr, first base- the 13th inning of the "rubber | man Will Snuze and outfielder tame" against the Pioneers. j Scott Croft; Denver second base- Al.'o representing Colorado S t a t e s m a n Jerry Blanks, Bricham Young perennial RMC baseball power- j University outfielder Cornell Tay- hnuse, w-ere catcher Larry K l u m b ' l o r ; and Colorado State's third considered for All-American j''"' »PP«ranre in the NCAA playoffs since winning Ih- national and outfielder Del Peterson. Pitcher Church Stewart, first b a s e m a n Jerry Hulstrom, and outfielders Chosen to the second team were: | c h l m P' r ' n s h i P '" 1MT. The C.ili- Ulah pitcher Blaine Sylvester, |'ornian« will meet Colorado Slate in the opening round of the College World Series at 5 p m. (MST) at O m a h a . According to NCAA records, Colorado State will be making its eighth appearance in the championships. District playoff games were not Included in the rreordi prior baseman Don Gentry, ' o u t f i e l d e r , . - Irving Brown, shortttnp Wayne i l n l h r 13 "'4 championships. Near- Coates and utility man BiU C.lade. Hurling Gives Texas Favored Spot in NCAA; Hogg Top Rated OMAHA * _ As is most often 1 h i l , ,, T f x , wm , h p d i M r i c l (he case, pitching probably »·'»; p |, )0 |f opener. 20. Howard Reed 1^. « L ~ J ^ l « « « i « « « / . . « H V i « l i . A ' . ' ' . T Ix- the rietcrminins factor in the NCAA Collesc World Series open- Ing Saturday morning. And hecauir of a mound staff labelled "£ood and deep" Texas i getting the role of favorite as the early sucsses are made. California, 1947 series winner, rprns the night program acaintt Colorado State Cnllefe with Notre D a m e and Iowa State playing later. The outstanding also allowed five hiU as Texas won the clincher, 7-1. District playoff shutouts w e r e thrown by Lefty Cal Kmery o( Pcnn Slate, Phil Grolh n( Iowa State, C.ene lafferly of Iowa State, snd et In the Bears in numher of NCAA berths is Texas university, one of this year's "series" favorites. Texas will he m a k i n g its sixth appearance. Dtan at Schools Both Texas and Colorado State have gained the NCAA finals nix times. The l/inthorns played in the f i n a l s in 1917, 19(9, 19iO, IMZ. 1M.1 and will play in 1357. The Bears reached the finals in 1918, 1919, 1952. 1953, 1955 and this year. Ironically the two teams have never met in the playoffs. Texas won the national title In 1919 and 1950. Colorado Slate broke into the NCAA playoffs on a dismal note. The Bears dropped both western f n r m a n c e of the district playoffs, however, was the in strikeout, 13 inning job executed by John Hogg of Colorado State College. Colorado State is the Rocky Mountain and district 7 champion. llojg whipped Denier, Skyline conference champion, 5J. in extra Innints after one day's rest to clinch the district title for CSC. He allowed 12 hits and doubled in two runs in the 13th to provide his own victory margin. The Colorado Stilt-California game starts at 5 p.m. (MST). The 195$ national runnerup Arirona found Texas pitching exceptionally tough, scoring only ono mn in two games. The I/inghorns' Harry Taylor allowed Ariiona f i v e Jim Riiley of Connecticut. Kmery Wanked Ilradley, 50, in regional playoff" games .to Okla the final g a m e of the district 2 rmmi A M , 13-7,' and tn Baylor, playoffs. 1-afferly and R r o I h j l-4. Pat llaccerty was the Bears' pitched successive shutouts over leading player that year, hut he . , Ilradley. I j f f c r t y bea! Hie Braves, sicned a professional baseball con- pitchinc P"'[2A on seven hits. C.roth tupped l"ct before t h e NCAA playoffs be- Deaths and Pinerals KFTI.E Andy Epi'l* of \Vfit Second street. Huphaud of l U i m h e lli'Uins K r p l e ; foster fath.T of Mrs. Alire Holrnes nt ('.fee- ley; trottier cf M f t r t l n Kpple of lnitepentt*tue. Mo. .·.eriirtH ] « m. FJturdu)-. A n » m » n n Memorisl Chapel. I n t e r i m n t l.inn tirove. Bradley, 30, on two hits. Ilislry defeated Springfield College, SO, on a four-hitter. 1 · « - v I Ran so was declared inelijible. HatRerty later went on to lead the class AA Southern Association in hittinc. Jerrel llarrod and Hip Oiosn were topnotch performers for this term. Dtwntd Dtnvtr Butler's Bean gained the .... regional finals by whipping Denver university two jamei to one. Harry Wise, all-district pitcher, hurled the Bears into the 1949 play. off«. BriRham Younr, Skyline conference champion, was unable (o field a team for Ihe district 7 playoffs, and Colorado State automatically qualified for the western regional;. The Bears earned one victory in Ihree Rames with Southern California that year. The score was Skill Tests Set For YAJtoeball Skill tests will be given to all boys planning to participate in the 1957 Young America summer baseball program. I.yle Beaver, Community Activities Assn. director, announced Thursday. The tests will be given to find out if a boy needs any specific instruction during the year. Beaver (aid JS-Z w i t h Wise the winning pitch- the tests are not elimination tests. |er. The Trojans won the He emphasired the not. The boys must take the- skill tests. with 12 2 and 8-7 victories. Wist Top Pitehtr Begistration is being conducted j The Bears earned the district at the C o m m u n i t y building. Fees .7 p l a o f f s in 19JO. Although Wise w a s still h u r l i n g for the Bears, Colorado Aggies won the playoffs, '-Z «nd 95. Wise was beaten in j ' h e first games by the Rams' Don j S t r a u b . Both Wise and Straub en- M o n d a y -- 3 p m. -- Maplewood lrr ' ( l professional baseball. Wise playground. £·"· "P thrf lay for money game T u e s d a y -- 1 p m . -- Cameron J " f r several successful seasons school at Bonell playground. i ' n c '"" A baseball. A sore arm Tuesday -- 3 p m. -- Arlington cul * nnr * Straub's career. be assessed at t h a t time The schedule of skill tests: Monday--1 p.m.--Jefferson and St. Peters schools at Jefferson playground. O T O f P A L l K Pr. Joseph Otoupalik of K^!7 l!th Ave. lluftiirirt ft Mrs. llllm» Olnuralil.. r'ath»r ot Mm. llanie N f f l j - nt W h l t t l e r . Calif.. Ir. Josef O l n u p a l l k tit O r f f l e r . a n d Mr" liol^rt r.ol- try n! I)en\er. r . n n d U t h f r nf Join O t o u p a l l k ot *;refley. V I r M I.»f a n a Lynn Coltry ot I)»nver. and .Susk Wrinkle nf T V h l t t t r r . ilroth#r of Mrs. Oorce Friend (if Newport. C.ilif.. a n d Mrs. Oliie J e d e l k a nf S a n t a Ilarliara. C a l i f . P r r v ) r e « 2 p n. ^aturrt.iT f r o m M a r y u D r m l n t Uonrn. O d d Fellow a ^ r t t r e at Sunset Me- rr.nrUl r.arrtfns. PRESTON Floyd F. Proton of :m «th Ft. Sfrvk*a 1ft F r i d a y fr( m M a r y s P.rmlnc Room. I n t e r m e n t I.irr. f!rove. school at Bnnell playground Wednesday--t p.m. -- P a r k and m o Franklin schools at Park play- livf ground. Wednesday -- 3 p m . -- Frneii Horn at Bonell p l a v c r o u n d . t'tah left no doubt that it was the worthy district 7 representa- in the 1950 playoffs as the Iteil'kirx. beat Colorado Slate, 20- ' Bears recovered and Butler's ' B e a r s recovered In Supervisors for l h i s u m m e r ' s , m z - beatinc B n t h a m Younj, 7-6 proeram are John M i n c h , Larry I""' 1 "·· in ' h( district series. Bob Anderson. Itoh L. C. (Pttt) Bulltr) and 195S Bear third baseman second baseman. The Rears got good pitching in the 1953 NCAA finals but couldn't muster enough runs. Lafayette tripped the Bears, 62. then Duke beat Colorado State, 32. Arizona's perennial baseball power was entered in the 1954 district 7 playoffs. Don Ire, currently a member of the Detroit Tiger pitching staff, hurled the Arizon- am to the district title. But the Bears were stubborn. Arizona won the tournament opener, 12, over the Bears. Colorado State rebounded with a 21-14 victory over Wyoming, a game in which Bear outfielder Dick Porter tied two NCAA records. Porter slammed two home runs and triple for 11 totaf. bases. His homers and total bases tied single game marks. He was also chosen to the NCAA second All- America team. Rtcords Ctlort ' The Bears also entered the record book several times in that game -- most runs scored, 21; most home runs, 5, and most total bases, 37. Colorado State and Arizona combined for records in most hits, 32; most runs, 35, and most total base's, 60. Arizona defeated Wyoming, 16-9, putting the Bears and the Wildcats in the finals. The Bears battled Ariiona for 11 innings before bowing. I-S. The IMS College World Series saw John Hogg and Bob CIU, the Unit- rose fastballeri, lake over the Bear pitching spotlight. But U was veteran George Sage who came through with the important games for the Bears. After the Bears tripped Wyoming two games out of three in the district playoffi, Sage pitched the Bears to a 2-1 victory over Southern Cal in the College World Series. . The roof raved In on the Bears after that. Gill lost to Wake Forest, eventual national champions, by a 16-0 count. The Bears set a NCAA record of nine errors in losing to Arizona, 20-0, the next day. Hogg established a NCAA record in losing to Wyoming, 13-7 in the 1955 district playoffs. The sopho- Liore righthander walked 17 Cowboys. In the same serin. Gill came within four strike outs of the NCAA record of II as he beat the Cowbodys, 17-6. Wyoming turned on the Bear« in the 1956 district playoffs, winning '.wo out of three games. Hogg wta named to the third All-America team by virtue of his 83 victory over the Cowboys in the second game. Hon I«ti Marks Wyoming won the other game,, 1-5 and -7. The Bears and Denver university series of 1957 also chalked up new NCAA records. Hogg atoned for his 1954 base, on balls record by striking out II batten in the series' 13-inning finale. This ties him with Walter Judd, Ithaca College, against IjfayMIe in 195J. ilogg also wrote a new record for innings pitched, 13, in one game. Larry Klumb, who caught Hogg's 11 strike outs and caught a pop foul, set a new put out mark of 19. Denver's Ernie Pitts tied the most times at bat mark of seven while the Pioneer, went to bat.50 times, also tying a rerord. The two team, together set one mark, most times at hat with 95. (Tomorrow -- Butler's Rocky Mountain conference record.) Yanks Fall on Cleveland 1]-}; Redlegs Stop Phillies in 11th; Brooklyn Takes Over 2nd Place claimed his first major league shutout for Ihe Brooks with a five- hitter. The Dodgers, winning their third in a row, iced it with three in the eighth. An eighth-inning triple by Bob Malkmu, -- his first major league hit in 14 at bats -- and a passed ball won for the Braves and reliever E r n i e Johnson, who smacked a three-run homer. Lindy McDaniel won his fifth with a five-hitter after the Cards, who hung a sixth defeat on Bob Friend wilh a 'four-run first inning. Chicago 6, Boslon 2 Bishop and Tom Elliott. ll.ihn. T i l m a n S l f w a r t w a s Colorado Stale's key p i l c h r r . Tough Missouri Cloverleaf Results into Missouri, tournament runner- up. and Western Michigan, tournament semi finalist, in order. The j Tigers beat Colorado States. 15- Results from O m e r l r a f f i r r y - , t. and Western Michigan lopped hound races W e d n e s d a y n i c h t . ; ' h r Ile.irs. 8 6. * No. 1 O n a n 22 si, 9 f", 7 2 0 ; (Irorge Sato, l a n k y righthander. Kenu Y a y 120, 7 I"; P m g a l l a S e r - , h i i r l e d Ihe Bears into the 1953 By ED WILKS THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Is it only .Cleveland's beat-up pitching staff that makes tht New York Yankees look good, or have Ihe world champions finally de- eided to cutMhe comedy and get down to business in the American League pennant race? U wasn't until they quit home and pulled into Cleveland that the Yankees managed to regain any kind of an attack, running up 20 runs on 28 hits in two games. The champs had icored only 20 runs in the previous six games -- against ailenders Baltimore and Wash- ngton -- and had l o s t four of hem. Yanks Slam 4 Htmtrs Early Wynn lost his sixth Wednesday night as the Yankees unloaded four home runs and 16 nil for a 133 breeze. H was their third in a row, but left them five games behind the first-place White Sox and also left them without catcher Yogi Berra. who suffered a broken nose when a foul tip broke his mask. The White Sox kept their surprising pace -- winning 19 of 24- with a 6-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Detroit moved into a fourth plare tie with Boston by defeating Washington, 3 2 in 11 innings. Kansas City defeated Baltimore, 3-2. In the National. Cincinnati's Redlegs rook-d off Philadelphia, 4 2 in 11 innings, tor a two-game lead. The Phils slipped lo third, 2'i back, as Brooklyn took over second with a 4-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Fourth place Milwaukee, three games behind, beat n fl - ft f l j a n l t 0 York 9! in a game that had 010165 7, 013015 0 B»itea Ptoraall rf ra Vrrwim lb J« Kliui Whit* a a k a . a. a a arhlcac* S I S t tparlrifl i 1 1 1 4Iox S» 4 2 1 1 !Miaaa« U 4 t e VLollar r Malnin. lb 4 1 1 ll-HUrr. rf ) 1 1 SRitrra lb 5 1 4 IDropa lb t i t ILandia rf 1 a · t rtiiilipa : 1 t t ononovai ; · a s t T.UU 1 · · t tl S14 IS a-n*d mat for Rrrwrr It 7th. b-R.. for WM. la 10. Batt«d Int. fcrt. play for ChakaLa tt. it« · lit an* aa*-~t CbKat. _ _ la« «M Sll-- i - ' ' Apanrio ». fax. Frosh Team Ends Big Year Coach Vine* Cyphers is ctrtain that tht 1M7 Colorado Statt CtlUji frtshman basiball turn will plug rh» gaps MI th* varsltr dam nt«f yiar causid by graduation «f tight Stars. Tht frtsh- man ttam, wlnntra of tin of It gamts this ita- i»n, 'mcludti stvtral top candidatts for tht varsity. Front row (L-R), Btn Cimlno, Colorado Springs; Kin Krivst, Celltgt High; Emit An- dradt, Collagt High; Gil Randolph, Aurora; Ron Htrbtl, Brighton, and Virgil Sptak. Dtnvtr Etst. Middlt row (L-R), Jtrry Hanson, Dtnvtr North; John' Bradlty, Dtnvtr North; Dtnnis .Walkvp, Dtnvtr East; Ltvi Madrid, Dtnvtr South) Wayno Mirritt, Dtnvtr East, and Bob Johnson, Dtnvtr Manual. Back row (L-R), Ctnt Swanson, Grttlty; Larry Turntr, Lai Animai; Carroll Me- Ntill, Aurora; Owtn Murphy, Grttlty; Dav* Snydtr, Dtnvtr North, and Cyphtrt. Photo by Sktttt Calvin. Major League ft; THE A WOn A TED NATIONAL LEAGUE , » II .141 K IT .MS 1 M II .»! 2V* M 11 .»! 1 ii it .*» m 11 17 .til im U If .141 11'* it M .ii? n Thursday's ScKtdult nkrt it N«w Y»rt-Ruhl U P . TI KliM (1-7). Cttraco tt Rrooktj* 'ttift.t-- Drabowikr 11-11 *i NewromtM tt-S). Qaclnn»tl at Phi'jrt-iptl* (Riffct)-- Gro« (M) w Roberta CM). Wtdntsdiy't Rtsults Mil** -it* _ . IM IM · !·-- » I 1 **· Y»rk .. -, XII XM flt_4l ) f Piiiarc. Jokn»«ii (i rtuilpa f « i *M Craikdill; fturaildf, KWliik H, Darli (I), MUr (It and Tboran. Katt f i t . Clrluie at ruitdrlphla. BlftaL St. Imiii *t rtttibarf, alfht. Chiftfa TI. Brooklyv at Jerwj City. tffbt. tt-- I f · _ l* Ml Ml (11 inninfi) J*{fco«t. Harktr ( I ) . id B*LJn Slmmtm*. ratrtll (11) »t. . . L. MtDanM and Arrorv t l ) and FoU H, Smith ; *. RaB4 l tit-- I ff 1 l«*-l » I f rttBd, Bear Freshmen Offer Bright Diamond Future Fifteen straight Rocky Mountain conference pennants and the outlook continues to glow bright. That is the. picture of Colorado State College's baseball situation. This conclusion is drawn by Bear freshman baseball followers who watched the yearlings win 10 of 11 games during the 1957 season. Coach Vince Cyphers' freshman team lost only to Lowry AFB. 8. * m '" in 10 innings. But the yearlings took AM .[" f ; three games from Lowry. The frosh met Warren AFB four times and came out victorious each time. The Bear varsity lost one of three games to Lowry and two of three Soos Capture Filth Straight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Sioux City Soos racked up their fifth consecutive win, the second at the expense of league- leadin; Topeka, and Lincoln con'." "lUm^d ju. dive downward in-the l and Nrrtnaiu Dryadala and Cam- AMERICAN LEAGUE B0itoa rvtmi K|B*»* Oty . U _-. _________ IS w. L. ra. r,m at u .in -as IS .HI 1 . U » .US TH . Zl 13 .SM . n 11 .soo t » u t u i m » .401 11 _-. _________ U JU IT Thursday's Schtdulo it CUeitit-tltKr IH) ». wit M (HI. w«»ftuit«a «t DttrMt-- Ab*natny fl-t) *. H**n (1-lf. TCtw York at dtTtlaBd-- KMCBI S-S) va. Carria ( M ) . Bilumor. at Kanaaa CU/Wolmui (1-1) ra Carrfr (4-1). · Wedntsdar's RosuHs IM «7t t£T-4 II 1 17) and Whitr; Dofio- --. on m i 1--a n 1 cut »»· · Brtwtr, CIiaaa]« aa and Lellar. DtlrvH (11 Icaiasi) Ktmntni. Taimal (S) and C*urtn«y. Larr. FoTtack ( B .aad How*. Ntw York al Ovvtaad. Bi|hL BaHlmara at Kama* OtT. nifht. Brrwrr p · Good mil Western League Wednesday night. The.Soos are the hottest news in the league, moving from sixth to third in three weeks and now threatening Amarillo -- from the distance of a game and a half-for second. Lincoln, on the other extreme, now has a losing streak of eight and has dipped down the league ladder from second to a wobby fourth. Albuquerque is just 12 percentage points away from sending Lincoln into the second'divi- sion. Sioux City used the big inning to drop Topeka, 7-6; DCS Moines took an early lead and held on to beat Lincoln, 6-3; Last-place Pueblo, showing signs of life the past week, shut out terondplace Amarillo, 7-4; and Albuquerque and Colorado Springs split a pair. Colorado Springs took an 11-10 verdict in 10 innings in the completion of a game stopped by the curfew Tuesday night. Albuquerque came back to win the regularly scheduled contest, 8-4. »T TUr ASSOCIATED HEM AMERICAN ASSOCIATION w. t. rn. i« Wichita . -- is i II 20 .US m n it .« i _ 25 II .lift «H Mtno.0. Lolar. FHUKr. E-roi. Brtw.r.: Mlnn.apolia Riant. HBI-Veraon S. I«Uar. Laadia, | S* Paul rMIlTJ. milllpi (»parltl« ir*rwi Omaha ·n frrnr b K t » w * ) , :C-·Ainiami, V f r - ' Indunipo res, ThilLr. SB-Apirirto. S -- ! CHarlrHoi ich. Br»i»rr. Whit*. Dl'-r«i. Apart-' D»nvrr and R l v f r a i Whit, and M a u t h : Lan- i LoujlvilI. . 1) 3S aiul lollai: Klau«. Maura and V r - j Wtdntldty's RtSUllS » 13 .5(10 .111 9^ .412 10 won. I*n-Bn»to« S. durai* 12. B R - rtwtr T. IxtnAvaa 2. so--Bre»-r 4. Don- avaa J. 4 18 S. ChAilrt ? U S. tRrR-Brt.ti M. rhiialti » Ralk-rtemvaa. W-rtwwiTia ( V I I . L -- Rrtw.r (S-S). T-2.4). A-7.171. [Ne b)f u,,, M. Ioui5 rifffitfd Pmib y . § 37 .y M r-flM ! bi| , r r t i r f d lhe f i r ( t r s . M . j n r r s on knucklf- 10 Yan , ll MllhlU B**rdon, Rodrlfurt i l » R»hm, Valvntint (D, RA (Tl. J*T (l »»d Hoark*. *t, r««i _ ...... _ *i» i «ad Schmidt: q u m r l a 2 7 , J37 60; ! f i n a l s . The hospectatled pilrher hurled a 4 0 \ictor- over t'tah afl- FUNtnAL PIECES On Short N:l!ci "W« Orow Thu Kloneri- H A N S E N ' S G R E E N H O U S E So. 8th Ave. Ph. 70 --Fret Delivery -- before Gil McDougald belted Ihe first of his two home runs and Mickey Mantle followed with his 12th homer in a fjur-run sixth. Shanll Tlkts His trh Bobby Shinli won his sixth with a seven-hitter, giving up homers to Chico Carrasqurl and J^m He- Buch 660; quinela 4-7, %00; l i m r : t h a n a v r r a f e first b a s e m a n . Wricht j pj c ][ ponovsn mn his fifth for 31 M. j i s a b r o t h e r of Willie Wricht. I M T i i h e Wnile Sox, who took a 3-2 lead in the fifth w i t h a parr of runs on Bill;- Klaus' two-out error and a bases-loaded walk by loser Tom rrtary 7.40; t i m e : 31 M. Nn. 2 Douhlr Hubble 27 («i, 9 ro. er Ihe Rrdsltins and Bears 620; B. Bills SOO, ,1M; Heart o f ; I h e first t»o games of Ihe series. Stone 6 20; quinela 5-7, .VI no; daily j t ' l a h won Ihe opening came, 6-3, double 7-5. 311.0; t i m e ; 31 77. ( t h e n Ihe Bears copped the second No. 3 Pearl's Purple in 20, 6 ( 0 . 1 t i l t . »5. A member of the 1953 500; Klicht Sweep 10 SO. 4 M, P u l l y . t e a m was Thurm Wright, a belter FRESH FLOWER FUNERAL SPRAYS "Conilitently th« P f f t " Fret rliTfr7 · BENSON'1 W. Levttand Rd. Ph. 401 A Better MEMORIAL ot LOWER PRICES No. 4 Vernonia « 00, 3 SO. 3 Oil; Clever Venture 3 M. 2 f.0; f a s e j p . i i View, 7.00; qurnela 2-7, » ?0; l i m e : O l l l 3141;. r i.. No. 3 Ixncland Course. I.ueVv j p l l l n r n a r d 5.20. 6 «0. 700; Tiny M a r k , 1100, 1100; quinela 2 7 , 1(2 M ; ' M I A M I , Kla. lime: 39.47. :i n c Cil ' T u r n e r Given e with only nnf out S t I Jf** T.t. i k k * * ! Airono H 4 X 1 ri^kmin lh t I D 11 Mltoh#»f 3A 1 · 1 4(hfli1fnt Jl 4 ) 1 1 TTimKfi« ft U 1 1 2 OMavt cf J 3 1 I Adrorak a l b 9 1 4 l*iu*r H 1 1 4 * Tarort lb · · 3 ASprarrr t 4 · S S | r»fi« if s i * ivtrril b i i * T ; Krutofl r f S l l iTMmil t 1 1 1 1 , rnnrtin * 1 * 1 Ib-Kilt f S · 1 · rinrrt. p I 1 · |RVKi*« rf H * ? ! nilSapT f * » « fiR^Hk T.Ul. 11 I I 1 H » MJ«! MeOtvitt n1 Nipoli; PufiTur. Sptnctr t » i and Tirki. Oialtxk* »* MM MA-- S t* · Binsn and O'Bn»«; Iinni, Jonvi (S), Hotkini ( S i and Pirki. IVni*r at CharWMft'.. ppd. rai... «· JlMofitkl 1 1 · 1 I 1 » * · l i f t ! · rit*4 ml for M lv-- Stniek'nil fnr Thoi r--ttnitk iMit for Cmi d-Attwvnr»rl ·· t*ti fi H.rrV » BMtrrt T*t»li t · · · i 4* u n n I* fth »--Strork MI1«n*h»* IA1 IM ·!»--* K*« T»rk . _ . 31* tM *1«--* i " 1, A»r««. Th«m.*.M J. A«- *ll. J«hn««*«: Livkmtn, MIT*. Siuor 2. Brrwrr. Bill Tuttlf. benched for wrak hittinj, dflivrrrd a pinch ilngV Hard-work- [in Ihe l l t h Uv win lor the Tigen. 122., WBft ,, «.,,. M1W , ». KfW » Philadflphia Paul Foytack won hii »inth, re-lr-Mmuii. nm-Ti»m,*« i. Ado^n No. fi Jet Yet 2740, SRO, 4 f « , a x r n z f t . i f o r m e r defeat by Y a m a lievinj: in the ninth when the Sen-l^j^^j^Vu^"*;* wiS".i ( l i t i Slipper 5 4 0 . 4 M; Shade Dark n a h a m a cf the Went Indies atori lied it against itarter Frink »»^i b.n i n*». IB~H«BI.;U 4 20; qumela 1-7. 61.M; Time; ( \ V n . n r M . i y nicht by winning a Thftml^'i!. sluVi^r^imiil^hi* 3I.4fi. jjipJit and unr^pular rieciiinn in the j Skliai Slimi Homtr |i. s-M»ih*w». TI«"«»O« PP-O No. 7 Humnhit 1^.40. 1060. 3 20; |0-rmim: main e \ e n t at the Miami i Home run« by GUI 7erniil and Rambling Boy 4.M. 4.00: A r d f t h J B e a c h Auditorium. Lou Skiiai'won for the At. 4.20; quinela fi-«, 4420; time: 31 SO. I There w e r e louj booi from the! Tht Rfdlesi haflded the Thili M»»t. 1.1 w tit i Sirraratet* 1. San PH*IO t ilO ir-ftin V i B f X J i t r I. fortlind I. SIN Kriariirv 1, Hnltr*o*^ 1. Lot Arvirl** ·! S*»ttl». pnitpantd. IN'TEM N A T I O N A L LTAf.l*. Ruffil* 2. Mil ml 1 Uaatrtal S, CoUmbut 7. Rtxhrtitr *. HH«B* 1. Toront* «t Rkhmond, poftpcnfd. TI;XA» LCAT.l-E jihrtirport 4. llauiton 1. Auitu 1. S*» AatoB'O 1. Tui*a 4. OKIthoma City t. UttltT ROCH 1. Ca.llt*BOO|l I. NnhtUlff 12. M*mphi« 1 Aiimu IT. N«W nr,*»iM r. Rirmtrvcham I. M*t.» t. K M 1 I R N L t J U . i r CtMoriAo Sprit It 11-4, AIMii i»ni']f flint i»m«? ii inatnu. r*trri«'«m el J I tkitptndM iiinf . Hioui C ilr 7. Trp»ki « D»i Htin»» 4. Uflco't 1. I\.»bin T. Am»rillti 0. ld*h« i«;u at kait l^ki rnj, i 11. Wa|l« V»U« L hnM U. UiiMula 4 Tvcatrll* I. Gr*al Fall I. La Salle Legion Teams Set Tilts Over Weekend The "La Salic Legion A team will resume it, schedule Friday night to Warren. The other three games were practice teriramage .with local teams. Cyphers got good pitching from former Brighton ace Ron Herbel High star Ernie are hoping to take up the slack on next year's varsity caused by the graduation of John Hogg and Joe Edson. Other top frosh pitchers are Virgil Speak, Denver East; Gilbert Randolph, Aurora, and Ken Krause, College High. Cypher, said he feel, there are a greater number of likely varsity prospects from this year's frosh club than any yearling outfit he ha, handled. There is a strong candidate for every position, he said. The frosh candidates must fill some big gap,, too. In the infield Willie Wright, Funky Stern and Wayne Coates will be lost to tht varsity. Cyphers said Wayne Merritt and Levi Madrid wfll be thi best candidates to fill the holes at the keystone. Wright and Stern alternated during the year at second base. Coates wa, the Bears' short stop. Larry Turner and Carroll McNeil! will seek outfield berths vacated by Irv Brown, centerfield, and Del Petersen, right field. Bob Johnson is a top candidate in the catching department, but Colorado State's varsity wtil havt Larry Klumb and Ken Berger returning in 1951. The freshmen who played during the season: * i Catchers -- Johnson, Jerry Hansen and Owen Murphy. Pitchers -- H e r b e l . Andrade, Speak, Randolph and Krause. First baseman -- John Bradley. Infielders -- Merritt, .Madrid, Bea Cimino and Dennis Walkup. Outfielders -- Turner, McNeill, Dave Snyder and Gene Swanson. Pitchers Take Charge in American Association B» THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitchers took charge of American Assn. play Wednesday night igalnst the Denver Catholic Youth'with their sparkling performances Orjaniiat.on team at La Salle. The CYO team is composed players from Denver Cathedral, St. Francis, Annunciation and Regis schools. George Moriarity. a top righthander, will pitch for the CYO team. Either Dale Lopez or Monty Betz will pitch for La Salle. The La Salle Legion B team, coached by George Sage, will open its season Saturday at La Salle accounting for victories by Minneapolis, St. Paul and Omaha. The niftiest chucking job was turned in by Omaha's Frank Barnes, who ran his string of scoreless innings to 26 by shutting out Louisville, 5-0. . Minneapolis' ace Gene Beardea chopped Wichita's lead to 1'4 games by conquering the Braves, 1-3. Dan McDevitt twirled four-hit against the Kansas City Life Legion ball in guiding St. Paul to a 3-J B team of Denver. The I.a Salle triumph over Indianapolis. I-ecion A team will play Ft. Morgan Sunday at La Sa)le. Denver's game was rained out. at Charleston Double Pays .u~ It. Nw V.r. II. Ia-Pl,irr. J. f I r i f t ift I - , (I aMm I. MilWr I. Kjra.'d. I. RMill 1. i . J / V 4U 101 J / - - - - uilateni 3. Da*!« I. *v_jp*«jr* T, r»u-1 T ' f f ' · » v l w ' T fc No. I I^i Paul MO, 3 W, J N l ; j c r o » d nt 2.0M » h f n the drrition j l h f i r third drirat In th« last 18 up. i. itkiiit i wo-ruan. u i narM j Heart Key 4 M ; Kialua 4 M ; q u i n r l a . « a i anonunred alter a r o u j i n s ! « a m t i on an error. Jerry l.ynch'i!'*·"·" '',?",*;."*! ,i ,'! LVil CIIICAGO * - Lont»h"l wm- 2 4 . 2SM; t i m e : 31 «6. Battle in » h i c h Turnrr had c a r - ! p i n c h tnpie and Roy MeMlUan'l ! i . i t i . r . r t . . » « i i. i P...,' i ,. i. n"i in the fir«t t m o race* *t No. I Keen H a r m o n y 900. 4fto. ried the dsht to B a h a m a but h a d i i i n t l e for two l l t h i n n i n s rum 3.40; More Fa« 940, ,\20; Tram lent * 40; quinela 3-4, 77.60; time: 31.67. t a k e n roniiderahle runi«hment from the i h a r p p u n c h u i s jounf battler (rom Oiminl. atainit !o»in£ reliever Dick Far- reU. Sophomon V Don D r y i d 111 Ui:t«r a ta } ftafR-ritarr. l-l. 41. Br MMr i M i r M l i Washington Park produced the biggest daily double pajofi of the r n - K a n . *-jr»uv!current Chicago racing season i»n. i-i.oi *-|Wednesday-«,iS340 lor 12. ANNOUNCING . . . Surprise Prize Time Separate rnntfstn for adults and children Valuable Prizes Prizes awarded for skill. ·fr Prizes always a surprise. JOIN THE FtT.V at Ihe Hole-ln-One and The Park Terrace Miniature Golf North 14th Ave. at Warnoco Park

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