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Mao Frw Pwss, Frtdty, JJIB 9,1967 - 6 Legion Nine's Hitting Picks Up in Win Schroll, White Sfor At Emmett NAMPA - "Our hitting picked upconslderablylnthis game," Coach Norm Hallsaldtodayofthe Nampa Legion baseball team's 9-5 eight-Inning victory at Emmett Thursday night. Rand) 1 Schroll rapped a key double in Nampa's five-run eighth and pitched a fine relief stint irt nailing down the victory. "He really belted a liner fairly deep for that bases-loaded double," said Hall. "Randy will pitch against Borah next Monday night as he's our ace pitcher, so we loosened him up In relief." Catcher Jeff White also shared the spotlight by cracking two doubles and throwing out an Emmett baserunner attempting to steal In the sixth inning. Nampa, down 4-1, rallied for three runs in the sixth to tic the game. Mark and David HI ggs, Bill Burneel and Schroll each singled In the uprising. In the payoff eighth, a walk after singles by David Hlggs and Burneel loaded the bases. Then Schroll rapped his double and White followed with another two- bagger for another run. The final tally was plated on a hit batsman and an error. The Nampa club was disappointed In Its 4-1 loss at Ontario on Wednesday. "So we cut down on our swings and just tried to meet the ball," Hall said of the Improved hitting, Score by Innings: H H E N»mp« 001 003 05-9 11 4 Emmell 013 000 01-5 7 3 token, Schroll (3) and While; Speedway, Hartnetl, Maderieta (8) and Wesrhelm. Nampa Hawks Eye 'Whiplash'Sunday JUNE - Weiser at Boise, Nampa at Nampa, Marsinj NAMPA -- Nampa's Hawks entry. Boise opens at home at will open the Border League 2:30 p.m. Sun day against Weiser. . baseball season Sunday at Mars- Weiser is expected to send ^ ing against "a whiplash." either Pat Daniels, University atweiser That's what Marsing Job Corps of Idaho freshman, or Warren is - Marsing at Boise club manager Sid Stewart calls Meador, Boise College standout, 20 - Weiser at Nampa James Polndexter, whowill start against Boise. Both are south- 23 - Boise at *·£« on the mound against Nampa. pawnurlers. js-weiserai Marsing Steward said Poindexfer, a Boise's roster includes Doyle 27 _ Nampa at ^ais? righthander, throws a baseball DeMond, University of Idaho 29 - Boise at Marsing, Nampa underhand. third baseman from Caldwell. at Weiser. The Marsing club Is almost Nampa manager Gary Sharp entirely inexperienced, Stewart said he will announce a prob- sald. able starting lineup after a 6:30 Game time on the Marsing p.m. workout tonight at the High School field will be 2:30 Northwest Nazarene College p.m. field. League officials and managers Sharp said eight 6 - Nampa at Marsing 7 -Weiser at Boise 9- Marsing al Nampa 11 - Boise at Nampa, Marsing al Weiser ; ' , 14 - Marsing at Boise j mnncnrc- 16 - Nampa al Weiser s P° ns ° rS is - Boise at Weiser KEN HAMILTON' of Nampa took over driving duties of Art Suga!'s Pink Lady replacing Ron Porter of Boise early in the Meridian racing seasun. Hamilton now is on top of the un- official A class point standings with 104y 4 counters. Bill Chandler of Meridian Is in second place with 92%. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Utah State Honors Pair With Banquet Colorado Lands NCAA Ski Meet LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (UPI- The 1968 NCAA Ski Championships were awarded to Steamboat Springs, Colo. The meet next year will be held Mart* .31ft3- with Untver- sity of Denver,., the Air Force Academy 'and Yahipa V a l l e y College as hosts. The award was made at the U.S. SU Association Convention here Wednesday. The University of Denver captured four places on the 1967 All-America SU Team. The selections, made by the NCAA Rules Committee and announced at the convention by Dartmouth ski coach Al Merrill, included: · Aiplne--Rtck Chafiee of Rut- laud, Vt.; Terje Overland of Oslo, Norway, and Dennis McCoy of Mammon tfi Mountain, Calif., all University of Denver; Jamie Paul of Seattle, Wash., Western State College; and Ladd Christiansen of Salt Lake City, University ot Utah. Nordic-- Mate Jenssen and Bjorn Locken of Oslo, Norway, both University of Utah; Ed Gillette of Barre, Vt., Dartmouth; George Krog of Washington, D.C., University of Denver, and Dave Jennings of Lebanon, N.H., University of Wyo- Hamilton Sets Pace at Meridian MERIDIAN -- Ken Hamilton to score InlastSahirday'sracing Jack Eckman, Boise 23%of Nampa has piled up 104^ but held onto third place. George Robertson, Lewiston 19' Ttlursda y nl B M b V 1Jtan 9ate " oas points to set the pace for A class Boisean Gerald Lundgren shot and Chuck Neitzel, Boise, 18'/, Un 7 e . rsl 7 Ior their ""'standing Torre, car racing drivers at Meridian past Ron Porter of Boise into Ontario's Bob Neely is setting cmtr , It » ltions to s P° rfs - ^ eedway, fourth place in the A standings a torrid pace as B class front- Ne ' son ' former wrest ' !n £ st. L. Bill Chandler of Meridian re- with 83 points to Porter's 18'/ 4 . runner with 105'/ 2 points theun- c and trainer at Utah State, Davis, mains runner-up In the A class Other A class racers and official highest total of all the and Pickerm e. international N.Y. · ··· their points include Bill Crow, Meridian racers. Much of his archcry champ for 1967 ' re ~ TM a m Boise. 45: Morrie Fuller. Boise, total Includes Basins oolnts mve(1 P !a T' es at ttie Banquet of ^TM-_ By picking up nearly 20joints ^P^s »*W «« «« "SU Shi- last Saturday, Ken Renfro of '"I""TM' met Thursday nipht in N'ampa to have been lined up and more are 21 _ \v e iser at .Marsing, Nam- iron out schedule difficulties, needed. He named Hall Sports pa at Boise Jamie Thompson of Boise, Shop, Gem Lanes, Union Seed, 25 - Boise at Marsing, Weiser league president, said Dick Me- Equitable Life Insurance, Hon- at Nampa Donald would manage the Boise stead Motor Co., Russell Bar- 2B ~ Weiser at Bolse ' Nam P a ber S h o p , Bob Inselman Plumbing and Heating and Herb Carlson Sport Shop. The revised league schedule (no admission is charged; all weekday games 8 p.m.; all Sun« League Leaders Pill. Cepeda, SI. L. LOGAN, Utah (UP!)-Former Brock, coach and trainer George (Doc) sl - L Nelson and archery champion £^' Jim pickerin S TMere honored staub, NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pet Clemen!*, 46 181 36 67 .370 44 163 26 56 .344 48 222 41 76 .342 52 211 39 12 .341 40 141 11 43 .340 50 182 33 61 .335 45 132 26 59 .324 competition with 92 V- points in the unofficial point-total standings. Boise's Glen Mylor failed 34; Brent Nyborg, Boise, 25'/ ? ; 47 119 19 58 .324 49 185 33 59 .319 at Marsing AUGUST 1 -- Boise at Nampa, Marsing at Weiser 4 - Weiser at Nampa, Marsing at Boise 8 - Marsing at Nirapa, Boise al Weiser day games 2:30 p.m. except 7 11 - Nampa at Boise, Weiser at p.m. on June 25): Marsing __^^^___^_^^__^^_ 15 - Boise al Marsing, Nampa Big Margin at Weiser. PITTSBURGH 'TTPH -- T h e ^ M N ' am P a horne E anies at ,,,!.: ,, u u ^ Rod o Park; Marsinj games al 1902 Pittsburgh Pirates won M a r s l ,,, h Weiser eames at the National League Pennant waiter Johnson Field; Boise by 2T-j games. games al Borah field. Trial Record Set at Le Mans pM1 3B 126 20 SPORTS AMERICAN LEAGUE Kallne, P. Re .349 48 181 37 61 .337 Coast Schools Track Favorites OGDEN, Utah (UPI) - West ham Young University Coast schools were expected to Sm m stat winner 0 , dominate the NCAA college di- the pa st lwo college dlvlslon V1S M n ''i"*^^'^ 1 -championships, has cut Its on ships which open tonight on the Weber State College campus. Sacramento State, University of California at Santa Barbara and Cal Poly were rated t h e There was apossibiUtyof rain co-favorites in the track carni- £or the Friday w6 Sahlrday r 5 0 199 25 62 n n Dwayne Dillon fell a notch to sixth with 36% count' .328 .322 .312' .311 Mh Logan school for 37 years and retired H f ,, Po i y were exp ected to replace . th n E aIn thls Saturday night when Larry Welch, Emmett, IB; Jim Dillon, Nampa, 15; and Earl Rowe, Star, 14. Another point back is Allan lane of Boise. Hamilton catm out of last Saturday's race with a severe whiplash, but he is reported in good condition and will race Lowther Semis jn ^ (] ci ,7 ,, e w_*»_, U.S. Nettet time triafs at 7:30 open the pro- England gram. Peyton Watson, a 19-year-old Porter, who ran into the crash' r o m Greenville, S.C., meets Patrick Landau of Monaco * C r S C ! l r " superstars such as Bob Haves and Tom O'Hara fmt 6nd with shocks °" ( and sh 'P s ^ d Argentine Raul Peralto faces Sham Minoltra of "* cue son, Orioles 47; Killebrew, Twins and Kaline, Tigers 40; Yaslrzemski, Red Sox 36; Al- PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. It's fast, easy economical. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Slate Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205 .State House, Boise, Idaho until: 2:00 P.M. June 20, 196V for the following: REQ: VH 414 MEAT CONTRACT for the IDAHO VETERANS HOME atBOISE, IDAHO. All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above time and place. Forms slating conditions must be secured before bidding. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Office. The Slate reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER Sute Purchasing Agent June 8, 9, 10, 1967 track could hanrtlp nlontv wal1 se P zraHn B lhe )rack from . ----- nr«» »o; re .- e z, neis ·me weekend meet at ugaen of water m d t t e M w u n S t e t t t«e pits last Saturday, also *ill oday in the sem,-fmals of the Brock, cards and Aaron, Brais the first portion of a track ° postoon" be back despite heavy damage to Lowther Lawn ennis champion- 37; Torre. Braves 36 and field doubleheader w h i c h unlSrevious years w h e n Ms ""' m " '" TM" ar °" ' Sh ' DS ^ ArEen ' me Raul will bring the nation's top stars to Utah. Next w e e k e n d the ana Tom u-riara uominntwi uir , , . , , . , .'. --- w,icTM riof^raH rn»io n rf. dents in the exterior. However waison defeated hngJand s he said the car's frame was un- Freddie Field 6-3, 7-5 Thursday damaged. to advance to the semis while Netizel has removed his fuel Landau beat Norman de Grun- injection system and has re- wald ° f England 12-10. 6-2. turned to straight carburation, Meridian Racing Association of- TEU youR STORY wlwre " wi " ficials said. Only Lnndgren's No. 81 LE MA.NS, France (UPI)-- which made reasonable times Bruce McLaren of New Zealand but made no attempt to and Mark Donohue of Stony compete with the. Fords, Cha- Brook, N.Y., shaped up today as parrals or Ferraris, the men to beat in the 35th Claude le Gu'ezec, racing edition of the gruelling 24-hour manager of the French Matra Le Mans Grand Prix auto race team, said "What ' ( we want Is to this weekend. finish the race. Hext year we The two drivers piloting a hope to have a Freich engine in Ford, became the fastest men our car and to go much faster, on ithe 6.3,, mile -track -in But 1 this year what we want is Thursday, night's second, and to'finish." ' ·· · final trials when they scorched Another far outsider, Bob round it in three minutes, 24.4 Durant of Los Angjles, Calif., seconds al a hair-raising driving a Corvette, laid "We do average speed of 146.9 miles per dot think we can^win with a hour. standard car but ve want to They cracked the time set prove that the car CM last 24 earlier by Phil Hill of Santa hours." 5 0 1 6 0 3 3 4 3 .290 Monica, Calif., and Mike Spence of Britain in Chaparral at 3:24.7 TRAINING NEEDED for an average of 146.7 MPH. Jerr ' Coleman, former New Both limes were faster than York Yank «e infielder who the unofficial record set up by ' urne d broadcaster, 'says that the late Lorenzo Bandini of radio Md TV announcers who son, Orioles 16; Killcbrew, Italy last April during the early were former ball players should Twins. 14; Mantle, Yanks and Le Mans Irials-of 3:25.6 at an fo througi a training period average of 146.1 .MPH. Bandini ) ust like-minor leaguersinbase- died following a crash during bal1 ' last month's .Monaco Grand Prix. 47 169 25 52 .308 SO 152 20 46 .303 47 181 27 53 ,293 Pelrocelli, Bos Freehan, Del Berry, Chi. Killebrew Minn. HOME RUNS National League: Aaron, Braves 15; Brock, Cards and Perez, Reds 13; Clemenle, Pirales 12; Torre, Braves 11. American League; V. Robin- Yaslrzemski, Red Sox 12; Howard, Senators and Kaline, Tigers 11. RUNS BATTED IN Nallonal League: Clemenle, Pirates 43; Pe.-ez, Reds 38; .ves out despite the chilly, drizzling Robin- weather to watch the trials, the big baltle between the Fords and PHONE 486-7891 or 459-4664. to place your classified ad. It's fast, easy 1 economical', would Boise College Slates 6 Football Games at Home PITCHING National League: Holtzman, neet and possible winner. Millionaire Jim Hall $0095 CAR STEREO WINTHER MUSIC l!7-13ttiAve.So. 39 BOISE -- Six home games have been announced for the 1967 Boise College football team. The 1967 season features the final year for the Broncos in national junior college competition. The homfl games for the Broncos include: Columbia Basin Sept. 16, Snow College Sept. 30, Treasure Valley Community College Oct. 7, Ricks College (Kcinw- coming) Oct. 28, San Diego College Nov. 4 and Wenatchee College Nuv. 18. Completing the 10-game schedule will be games played at Everett Junior College, Mesa College, Dixie College and Yak I ma College. Season preferred tickets went on sale earlier this week al Idaho Sporting Goods and Sib Kleffner Stores. Tickets also are available by contacting Bob Baker, ticket manager, Boise College, 385-1208. Season reserve tickets cost $12. The 1968 season will highlight Boise College athletics inafour- year program. Several games confirmed on the incomplete 1968 football schedule Include Linfield, Westminster, Eastern Washington, WMtworth, Eastern Oregon, Idaho State University, Colorado Western, Central Washington and Collegeoildaho. get action -- the Clarified Section. Dial 464-7891 459-4664 for on ad-writer now. cubs 5-0; veale, pirates 7-i; Midland, Texas, owner builder T Lemaster, Brawss and Queen, and designer of the Chaparral j "« » "££; -M ·««,,». «ria., ·«. - . AdvertiwmenT White Sox 7-0; Sparma, Tiger's IB TM as Ion § as we can." 6-0; Lonborg, Red Sox 7-i; MC- Among other competitors with Gloinlin, Angels 6-i; Phoebus, lesser ambition werelheBritish °TM'«5-i. 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