Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 10, 1957 · Page 31
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Greeley, Colorado
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Colorado State Bears Ousted From College World Series By Cal, 4-0, and Irish, 23-2 OMAHA 'Jf -- Notre Dame hammered 19 hits off four Colorado pitrhrrs to o;it the Bears, from the NCAA Collf cc Scnecal. Dully. Hit-Johnson, -Mur- riv SF--Ji*kn»on, Carideo. 1)1'-- same as Wri« and allowed the win- only five bases on bails. Both P»f« GREELEY TRIBUNE Mond«y, Jun« 10. 1957, Paul Molontj, Edilor Clunk to Caritlro In C u i a r k . I.OI1 . pitcheri got solid support from Ihrir --Notre Dame I, Colorado Stall- 10. ! It-animates, w i t h only tint- -nor -- V.nrld Srrifi of Baseball Sunday B P n _ E d l o n 4| K r m p ( 2i I K r n - t l - a l by Hogg - hein^ rommilled. "' ' hardt t, Da\ies 1. .Symrnn 2, Con - I Don Gentry aril Wayno Cnates nors S. SO--Brrnhardt 3, Navies pared C-Statc's punrn al the plate, 1, Symeon 6, Connors 7. Iluni anil each connecting t w i c e in four of- Earned runs-F.dson 6 and 6, ficial trips to the plale. Ontry afternoon. Nntrr Dame's score wai the lushest one game total by a single t u r n in eight years of NCAA i h a m p i o n s h i p play here. In 1MJ. : Kenipf'j and Z, licrnhardt 11 and banked out the lo«en' only extra Aruona scored 20 runs against the , 0 i, aur , j ,,,',) 3, Symcon 0 a n d ' b a s e hit, a double l a m e Colorado State. ,, ' C( , nn ,, r , j in ^ ^. Hits nff of- California Notre Dame' scored 10 runs in \ Edinn 2 in 0 innings (pitched m.C.regg, 2b fi bailers in first i n n i n g l , K c m r f , ^agrert 3h I) in 1/1 inninc. H e r n h a r d t 12 in i Robinson, ss ' f i l l innings, Symeon n in 4 in- .Thompson, c -- Arizona and New Mexico Officers Sweep All Firsts in Association Pistol Shoot here Br THI AMOCMTEB MEM AMERICAN ASSOCIATION w. t, rn. r.§ dit __ _ . _ M » ·« -- lrZ _ _ _»3 » .,. Omafca - 1 * Arizona and New Mexico peace officers eaptured both individual and learn championships in the r 10 runs t h e first inning off three Colorado Siate hurler, and added eisht in Ihe seventh. The cot only four hits in the opening n j ,.,,,,,,,,,, , ,,, 5 j n n j n ,, s . ,,,._ P u c c i n e l i . rf frame, hut benefited from in ua'.ks, a hit batsman. Notre Dame singled out seven hits, including t u n triples, in the seventh. Irish Coach Clarence Kline, short on pitchers, took out starter Chuck Simeon who had pitched a f m i « h e d and got the win. K o m p f (Caridem. \VP - K c m p f . ' _ Omnor , ( 2 4 , 1/)%rr _ ^^ ( V J ) . ,, mpirf ,_ Tol , in . ,,,,. hoii' and U m o n t . Time-2:3l. Alt.-- »··"'. P 1911. I AB _ 4 _ 4 _ 4 _ 5 _ 2 _ 4 Kflly. (f _ L a x n r r l , Ib -.- 4 _ 4 first three matches at the National A ' Peace Officers Association's annual 3 pistol shoot here Sunday. 1 Robert Fiiher of the Los Alamos, 3 N.M., Security Force took first 0 ! place in the NPOA J2 cal. center 1 - f i r e national 0 peace officers from 0 competed. 0 Fisher had a score of 277. Joseph Barnes of the Phoenix, Aril., police bad a icore of 276. thereby winning the traveling trophy for the match, KO in cash and a gold medal. Fisher placed second, also shooting 276 but having one less bull's eye than Barnes. Vincent Patton, special agent of the Sante Fe mil- road at Los Angeles, was third, of 273, while David i'.T'..'.^l. 2J IB. ISttl " - L..u.m« ttiiunta-i · I U.tXrttt and HMD, NapBB (III IBB- Bl end Happ- «l"V7Il" II till-, « · LMlltflt* * .. . ·alllll-- I I I W.Ua. T*«B-I»IBBI r T . Waura TI tad Martin CKwa. J"»« HI Bad Parti. ll.. _ |M«1tMl-aiI _Z.__ Ml «·«· 1-i II · Arguments and Fist Fights Mark Yankee Win over Tigers before 41,119 Excited Fans . s, 1. .s,iVk * with a score or 273, while liaviu "? « «i.TM ItatM ! firman of the Albuquerque, N.M., from western state. . dfp( w j fourth wjth Htardaa. «»ial«r (I). »tJiBa (11. Mar. awn (I) and Ithmldl; W«od..hlrl. Shaw (I), Frr.aa (I) Bad Itrtull. !»·*·,« I nainaMB«-4 I I . Mtntnttl--t t I tlaawl. HarriBf- Jaata aad Schmidt: toa I I ) Bad GrUfia. i run I WI.Blla Fisherman Drowned al Clear Lake, South Dak. CLEAR LAKE, S. D. I* - Two I men dumped out of a imall fishing boat when it capsized Sunday held onto their companion for in hour but were unable to raise hit head ibove water. Dale Edwin Thornton, Aurora, S. D., weighted down by heavy clothing and booti which filled with water, drowned in Lake Oliver de.pite the fact hU friendi never lost hold of him. Jim MeKelvey and Kenneth Huchendorf, alto of Aurora, were lima--I 4 11 " "I -- -- -- -- dept. was aecond. with 275; and OMAHA * -- The University of Colo. Stile iCoates. s s was out in the sixth. Another sin- do, Tom Jenkins 1 double and a bases loaded walk gave the losers their two runs. shutout of the College World Series | Saturday, defeating Colorado Stale! 1 """"' '· college, 40. - |Jenkin«. ir The Pacific Coast conference i ' "" r n ' " ·""- rluh smashed 11 hits, including four doubles. nff John Hogg, hut could ' W r i g h t , 2b Peck. Ib . Notrt Dtmo (21) Duffy, cf _ . _ Hurley. 2n C u s a c k , Ih Knhorst, c . Srnecal, If Morris, rf Carideo, ss .--.-- Jnhnson, 3h Symeson, p _ Connors, p Ab H P« A _ 6 3 2 0 | _ 4 2 0 0 .. « 2 4 1 2 13 r 3 hunch them only in the third and eifhth innings for two runs each. Cal's Doug Wolss spaced ii Colorado Stato hits and sit up his Itam's first run with a doublo In thi third. An orror and · walk loadod the basos, and Wiiss scorod when Earl Robinson grounded Into a doublo play. K l u m h . c - i How, p 35 AB __ 4 _ 4 _ 4 _. 2 _ 4 _ 3 _ 3 _ 2 _ 3 th d Po imro. 27 10 : Melvin West of Hobbs, po * with 270. Barnes captured the individua championship in the .22 cal. match. rmmaa. MrUanaa (II. K»la»r (|, Paraoaa (S Bad BlaBrhtrd: Jar and Hol- loa. » The center fire .32 cal. four-man D.'aT.T" ««.tins-ii 11 i l fnuu limit--s i » crald arur T toslrli. raial Urtaa aad Oldii; Own. D. MrMahoa I), RBI. (I) and Raara». DETROIT W - In « bitter struggle marked by fill filhU, ar- (umenti and home runi, tht Ne* York Yankee! fought from behind and icored the winning run on a Detroit defensive lapse in the eighth inning Sunday, defeating the Tijen. 5-4. before 41.UJ excited ipeetaton. A Tiger pick-off attempt, puDed when the Yanks'loaded the bases, backfired as first baseman Eirl Torgeson threw to the wrong base and enabled Bill Skowron to bej- ly-slide home with the wining un. ' Yankee starter Tom Sturdivant and Tiger first baseman Ray Boone were tossed out of tie, game in the third toning after they traded punches between the mound and home plate. Slur- team match was won by the Phoe- pix police department team, com- in which £0 persons competed. He Charlie Thompson drove in the prt _' Colorado Stall (1) Crntry, 3b ^ . Coates, n 2 1 3 1 0 0 ° I Kelly, who got three Californii | singles, scored Bob Puccmel'i, who 44 19 27 . S | h a d singled and stolen second. Kel- Ab H Po A ' l y tallied on Warren l.avorel's two- M « 27 12 C.'llfonia . ..._ IV)2 0.10 020--4 Colo, state _.. . o«l noo ooo-o Hun's -- Oregg, Puccinelli. Kelly, \Veis« K -- Tocc. ItRI -- Thompson, Kelly, I.avorel. 2B -- Weiss, Centry daggero, Palma, Lavorel. rtobmion, Puccinelli. I *-,,-,.% · p...... ........ .,1, ,, (,rcEK. lioomson, i uccmeui. 11 second·run with a single. Bernie; r,p _ Wfi!5 to r , re| , s t n tjvorel. Brown, cf . Jenkins. If Tetersen. rf ,,--_ \\richt. 2blh . __ 4 4 _- 3 _ 1 C.raff, » Slem. 2b Klumb, c _,_-- Kdson. p Kempt, p .. Bernhardt. p -Davies, p O J b a s e hit. 1 1 Penn State and Texas won Satur- J ' d a y afternoon games. I'ern Slate's * 7 - 0 win over Florida State wa, the Nittany Lions' 20th straight victory. Texas slopped Connecticut 30. Pern n I round. n j Hngg, w h i l e allowing the ''Jliforn- 1 ians 11 hits, struck out eifhl. the 0 0 1 0 Wichita Pads Lead by Split with Denver By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Wichita Braves were held I.OB-Calif. 9; Colo. Stall 5. BB- ·» »" «'"» IP 1 " 1" » Sunday dou HOSE. 5. SO-Weiss I, bleheader with Denver, but they 31 5 27 S| »-r,ratf struck out for Peck in Mh. Notre Dame _. (10)10 300 I10-Z3 Colo, state - _ onn (102 oon- 2 E --Peck. Runs batted in--Duffy .1. Hurley 2. Cusaek 3, Koharst 5. Senecal J, Morris 3, Carideo, Topeka Hawks Gain Half 'Game Weiss 2, llocg « R and Kit--Ry Hogg 4 2 . HP _ Weiss (Jenkins) W -- Weiss I I I - ) . I, -- Hogg (931. U-IIumeU. L'mcmt and Ilrrcet. T--2:20. Cal, Penn State Still Unbeaten In NCAA Series O M A H A un -- California and Penn Stale were in the driver's seat Monday as the only undefeated t e a m s in the a n n u a l NCAA Col] leje World Tory meet Series of Baseball. .Monday night in a In a Deaths and Funerals p.m. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Western league leading Topeka Hawks, who had slipped .Tnhnson 4, Connors. J e n k i n s , ' s o m e w h a t during the past week. Vricht. ZB--Jenkins, Morris. 3 B P -- J g a i n e d a half-a-game on second -- · place Amarillo Sunday. ^^"·aaaaBBBBBBBBi The H a w k s made up lost ground I by winning a doubleheader victory over DCS Moines, S 4 and 136. A m a r i H o won a single game from game is set for 7 p.m. Albuquerque, 41. j The Golden Bears from the West Sioux City and Lincoln conlin- w i n n e r of the first NCAA Cham- ued their battle for third place pionship tournament in 1917 scored and remained even in the stand- ! » " * * victory over Iowa State Sun- ing, a, they split a doubleheader! day night as George Sterling seat- Sunday. The Chiefs captured the tered five hits and added punch opener, 3-0,'and the Soos rked out w i t h a double and a single, a 5 4 victory in Ihe second g a m e . : The N i t t a n y Lions handed fa- Colorado Springs trounced Pueblo twice.' 116 and 102, in a battle of roller dwellers still managed to pad their American Assn. lead to a game and a half o»er second place Minneapolis. The improving Charleston Senators slapped the Millers twice, 94 in 10 innings and S-4 in 11. At Wichita, the Tribe captured the spener, 4-1, behind Joey Jay's 4-hit pitching. But Denver erupted in the nightcap for an 11-3 triumph for pitcher Jack Urban, who then was recalled hy the Kansas City Athletics. The second game was called after 7V4 innings by rain. In other games, Louisville and St. Paul swapped tight hurling victories. Louisville's Dom Zanni blanked the Saints on-three hits, IO. but Ron Wells countered with a four-hitter and a .2-1 St. Paul triumph in the nightcap. J I O l ' F K Mr*. K l l i l l n u - e , of S o u t h w r f l nf C r m r r . M n t h « r of Frrd I.. N o r r i s » n d Air*. Frank (lle»- · i ^ l B a i l e y , toth of ( J r o ^ e r . AU'i n i r \ l \ r d hy t w o h r n t h f r * . t*o n s t f r » , M i l nf (..-lien.!. Mo , Righthander Frank Bames ran his consecutive itreak of scoreless bat'llc "for" survival in the, «·"»*» '» * ~ °» 1 J r . lhr " "" - elimination tournament, j S^nT'lis ~B-o" llop f* 1 Wichita scored all iti runs in the third inning of the opener to turn back Denver. Five walks by- Denver 'starter Mark Freeman -four of them in succession -- and Bob Talbot's line single accounted for the damage. The Bears countered with a big inning of their own in the nightcap. They scored seven times in nf Sgt. Gordon F. Selby and T. Blaine. John K. Barnes and Edwin M. Weiss. The Phoenix team had a score of 1030 in the match which, due to limited time and rules of the National Rifle Assn., under which the shoot is being conducted,'resulted in the aggregate scores shot by the individual team members in the high individual .32 cal. match being used to compute the scores in the team contest. The Phoenix team won a trophy worth approximately S7S, 1100 in cash and gold medals for each member of thrTeam by capturing the championship. Second place in the team match was won by the New Mexico State Police team, with a score of 1014, while third place was won by the Albuquerque police dept. team, with 962. Other competitors in the match in the order they finished were: National Peace Officers of Omaha team. 103: Railroad Special Agents 701; Dow Chemical Security Police, 683; Eaton police dept, 660; Oreeley police dept., KM; Imperial, Neb., pistol team, 493; and Denver Military Police. 491. Cash prizes and gold medals were won by the three top shooters in the .32 cai. individual match, while the second'and third place winners in the team match won cash prizes and medals. The trophies, prizes and medals are to be presented at the association's annual banquet at the V.F.W. hall Monday evening. The final two matches of the pistol shoot are to be shot 'Monday af ternoon. At 1 p.m., the Dr. Robert C. Poison trophy shoot will begin while, at 4 p.m.. the pistol shool will be concluded with the N P.O.A- "Annie Oakley" ladies match. - ,, _ ~ Jl w ."· i* S.rrin«lU _________ » « JM 1SH »· r!»rb« . __ m «l IM-- 7 II · H.\,.~4 ... «M «·»!-» 10 · Dortih end Tormar: lUrdol. Chun IS). Doutl (I). Cirt»r (S), aod Hall. ( first t l»l J.I.I.. - ........ MOMOdi-l 1 I | (l ni. SMI M ill-- S II I H»lo. Oors. (»· run.!! (SI U4 in*: TM«.« ITU mb«. xM«r n on. if. The \ored Trias a 4-1 loss to extend their consrcutixe winning to 21. Cal Emery pitched 3 {the sixth inning to break a 2-2 tie and make things easy for Urban. The loss went to Wichita's Char- streak If ' Go " n . ^ is .. r , . n ! f r o m . two Braves He suffered errors, which rictric co»si VaanNiv.r . -- -- - .L.r.t. OB fishing with Thornton when a high wave tipped the boat. Thornton went underneath the craft. The u]e rnouna an u uuuic i**\*:, */M*»- others, wearing lighter clotting, | ,ji vanti wno had just yielded sue- were able to grasp Thornton but _ . - . couldn't get bi:n to the surface. MeKelvey and Huchendorf said they shouted for. an hour until a motorist on shore heard their yells, stopped his car, got a boat - __ . ----- a a MSI .in"- land went to the scene. The res- 'Vi «Ui c u e r ' whose identity was not | learned. Drought Huchendorf and McKeivey to shore along with the body of their drowned companion. Ui (7) and (Flrrt) _ til BM I--1 II t _ ana ttl z-s IS I avdta O), 1/ihrk.a Artward, Ort*l« (7). IBB »BB ms--I I 1 ttl lit ItB--1 IS 1 (I). rwdltr II) and Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE .W L Pet. OB Cincinnati . Brooklyn. Bakhi PaHea aBd Wait.. r.nla.l ««l«««»-l V»io...r - ·"·III i-l*. Baa»r (S). T*M*T (I) Bak-B: r.rrarrM .Bit AtwtU. Philadelphia __ _ Milwaukee | St. Louis 1 1 New York ,J! Pittsburgh I Chicago ____ 26 21 20. 31 IK 32 14 29 .620 .S9« m .196 IH .574 2Vi .SS3 .392 11Vi .333 14 .326 13 sun?** · · Atwrvath*. W«dr. Onrm lit MI* i-- t 11 ._. IN ana t-l 1 t Maa-aai.. Klr (71 and Taraari rnuttri (I) and HaU. MM MM IM tl--S S 0 IM Mm MM «*--1 t S (11 .... TrewbrMj*. JnhnMa (111 and Craad- Di.t* - a m s M B M -- l 1 am rrirnd aad Raad. ftilu (I). ... am Ml BM--S t II (SECOND) Brcdooal Bad AT»rtH; Bndf.a. CO.B MIKaaar. - - M "~ l«--I I · (SI. Watkln. (S). and Barrafaa. rtmtfrfh .. IM M* *!·--* tt 1 -- ' Pliarra Bad Rlrt; Ktla«, Kara (t) and INTCBNtTIO.VaL LEAGUE Rand W. I- r.l/GB iriRSTl RlramoM... . M IB . M l -- «|. L..I, DM a?t ana-l I t Tarau.- -- » » J* 4V * »· T.ra l*» "* "»-l I Buffalo .-. 17 U Jll S | MH.I Bad LaBdnta; Mlll.r. Griaaom Rortoattr -- . 17 n MO 74 r,) aBd Katl. HaTaaa . _ _ _ _ IS IS .171 S «. U.I. «·"· Bna-ll _ it r .111 _ 11 n .is) i lloolrnl Z I.. .- 17 11 .117 I 4. Rirhmead 1 (2nd a pottpoecd. rain I. Columbia. S-l. T.ronlB 1-7. Buffalo M. Hataaa t-l: Rftrh*.t.r S-l. Miami M (1*1 |ai 11 laniafl). WEITEIK LEAGfE Mltml -- Calnmbut , 11 1 , W. L. f.l. «1B . Brxtlra _ . 13 II .701-- I tffrcat and Ballty: _. K IS .131 4 (II. Labtn* (7), B.aaes Nixon Supports Aid for Poland EAST LANSING, Mich. Vf -Vice Preiident Nixon said Sunday it is "a gamble worth tak-^uVii~vaUf ing" to give economic aid to Po- ] BOU. u. x land with the hope that the Poles p f !| -. h " ur '. 1 ,, s.TMi cur . n 11 '.in I Unrola II II J31 I Albu«u«raja« ,, 2 1 1 1 J7 11 D.I IUola.a II II .Ml 11(4 _ 17 It .J7t IS* . IS » .»· 11 C«!or«d« *l*»r»*» SprtAfi 1MB. FurblA «- Unrolai 5-4. S*mx Cit» kVl Toptka 1-11, TVs H«P-t 44. Amarlll.1 4. Albuqufrquc L I Chicago ll t v, rhar*l. r ^ a t · c r « n d ( h l l r l r ^ n . * l l : 0 r t A.M. \\dnr ti- A r t a m » o n M e m o r i a l I n t e r m e n t S u n * * t OLSON Mrs. A m a n d a O. Olson (.t U1J 15th si. M o t h e r of M r « . A M N i r F r f C T l i M R of C.reelfy, Knvl K. O l « n n nf H e n s e r , l:»'ih-n A. ol-cn Bret M r « . K ' t t i ' r M. FloM both rt H j u l h n r n " . C a l l T . Servltn *:~* r m. T u . ' d a T frcim . M a c y B I i r ^ w i r . r Honm. I n l r r n i e n t V i T f « t I ^ W T I . l^ic A r t e l e s . M ^ n - n r i a l (Itm.iltnn. i n ^ y b» TT.ade lo \bf N a l i n n a l \Vorn.n'» M i « « ! n r » r ) p n r i f t y in ll»u of The H a w k s had fmir runs in the '"r Prnn Stale and came t! fourth inning in the first game with a run-proilucmg double against DCS Moines but got into Notre Dame, in ousting Colorado trouble in the seventh w h e n the . S t a t e from the meet. 23-2, piled Demons pushed across two runs, up the highest one-game total by a Mike Kirrm-r came on in rrfief for single t e a m in right years of the H a w k s and put down the r a l l y ; N C A A championship play here. In even though facing a bases-loaded 135''. Arizona scored 20 runs ,i, u , t j nn . acamst the same Colorado State. In the'second game the H a w k s The Irish scored ;" runs in the were trailing 6-3 al the end o f , f i r s t and added eight mofe in the Ti\e but scored nine itmes in the se\enth. bottom of the sixth. ! Boh Wrdin. tall husky southpaw. Amarilo'i southpaw Ken Yoke and Rob liutlerfirid pitched good limited the Albuiiirrque Dukes to ball as Connecticut handed Finn- only four hits. Three Cold Sox da Stale Us loss. 5-3. e l i m i n a t i n g run's c a m e in the fifth w h e n Al the Southeasterners from the Pinkstnn, the leaciff's top b a t t e r meet, doubled w i t h the baes loa.led. : Saturday's opening round results Colorado Sprints' double victory included: Texas 3. Connecticut 0; rmncd the Sky Sox to w i t h i n four f'mn State 7. Florida Slate 0; Cal- percentase points of seventh place ifornia «. Colorado Stale 0. and * 7 . * _ . ' . . . . . . . . i - . - , _ ,^ V A , P _ n « m * I ,n Naihu Uttl. turn away from Communism. Defending the Eisenhower administration's action in agreeing to 9Z million dollars in loans to help Poland buy surplus U. S. f a r m commodities and mining machinery, Nixon described it as a move to pit "the explosive power of freedom" against Communism. The vice president's sturdy support for this move put him directly at odds with Senate Republican Leader Knowland of California. The two men have, been'paiia mentioned as possible opponents ] W. L. Prl. GB BiUiat-i . r II .711 -- Idaaa rallt II II .IIS !' Sail Laat 13 II JM l4 ZSSf.*~--~SS '£,r !NewYork B»ii» . . 11 11 .«17 II Mliwili - . 11 13 .»1B !!t · - · · » » ·»·» ! Boston Boi- u. M.«i« van., , (.,TM,d ,.,,.., BjUimor( _ ii. RitiiBf. i. i Kansas City Fall. 11. MuMula 7. , r ,. , Salt Lak« City at Pwatrllo. ppd. ram/ »asnmglon Prep Grid Star Is Drowned in Wyoming Lake PINEDALE, Wyo. ir-The body I for the 1960 Republican presiden-. T"B".B""""''". ITU"!."; of Jere Ogle. 17 year old Ilock tial nomination. I AO.I.B 7 _T .17 ~ ! (rmsTi w. L. P.I. r.B Waikbn»a ..IS 11 .113-- C1.T.I.B4 I » .SJ1 Bot-rnr.EN AS«N. ^. tn a-« tn--; 11 . ant IM Jfti--7 II t K.mra.rer. n.raand.i ( S i . Hrrit (I) 13 17 Ma I and Ciwrtn«jj Wj-aa and Naraifta. M k 132* ISO 7 Wa.auiltea . , Bit tftt SM--7 U t BirminihamTM ,,. IS aj .175 Iti .l.v.laaa _ T*B III III--t It I rnatlanoefa _. 27 M .171 H i 1 Ramo.. X.tnmrrrr (7). StoBbl (I). MobU. . _ . 1311 .us lit* Cl.v.Bitr ( I ) aed CeurtB#y: Garria, New OrUan. ._ _-ll 31 .111 12 j pal.y 7 ) , NarLill (S), Afulrra (I) and Atlanta 1. H»M« t. (TIRST* Bimunaam ]t-I. S» 1-1. lu.u. Mtrrakia 3. piBUa.oniB 1. _ _ _ _ _ , _ .;..... ling and Charley Maxwel that gave the Tigeri a 3-0 lead, whipped in a fait ball that narrow y missed Boone'a head. The 33-year-old veteran and the Yankee hurler each got in several punches and both benches emptied onto the playing field. There was considerable pushing and shoving but Sturdivant and Boone, who rolled onto the ground, apparently were tie only playeri involved in the actual fighting. Boone, nursing a "mouse" under his right eye said, "No one can throw at my head. They can throw at my legs and dust me of but they can't throw at my head." Baltimore Wins 2 off Chicago CHICAGO (fi -- The Baltimor* Orioles, playing the role of giant killers to the hilt, knocked off first-place Chicago twice Sunday, 7-i and 5-0, cutting the White Sox American League lead to M games. Only last weekend, the OriolM also whipped the New York Yankees three -oat of-four to help th» White Sox pile up their iur- prising margin. Home runs by Bob Nieman and Tito Franeona caried the Orioles to victory in the opener while i southpaw Billy O'Dell, making his "' nt m MB-S s i: first start of the season, blanked the Sox on 6 hits in the nightcap and struck out 11. Bob Hale's pinch single in tin eighth inning off Dick Donovan broke a scoreless tie. Hale's hit followed singles by O'Dell and Bob (rinsii Boyd, driving in one run when centerfieider Jim Rivera threw wide to third, one Jiore run cams in. A sacrifice fly by Nieman brought in-the third run of the inning and put Ihe game beyond Chicago's reach. The triumph was costly for Urn Orioles.. Third baseman George Kelt was beaned by a Donovan pitch in the second ining and suffered a possible fracture or Oie right side of his forehead. Kell remained at Mercy Hospital for observation. AMEHICAX l i t iraltara , 3 1 It ICtpoaita al S 2 « orox 3b S I 1 eSfinew U I I S IPhill.T r f t i l IRirrTB Ib-H 2 1 1 CBlttrr c 1 1 1 irhilipt Ib 2 I 3Lani!u cf t t l BDropn Ib t i t trtiehtr a 1 0 1 lStal»T p S i t Ib-llatfi.ld 11 A iHowfH f SI II 77 s.-North.T .-rioDT 1 B 1 V LaPalmt a 1 1 0 9 T.iii, si 11 nil t-Htt aarrtfirt nr for Miranda la 2nd. a--Grounded out lor SUI.T la S(h. r--Cround.d out for Ho«r!l la ItB. I II 1 1 d-Raa for Trlandoa la Sth. Batt.d for K.*,aa la Sta and Fi*d (*rt. and roowr. " 1 "'· A" Undnth isi. BurBiid*. Rid- '«'· Mtcormkk (7» Da- Lawrtnr*. Ark.r (S) da].. Labtna (I) Bad 1 (S). Ruler i Dryt- «.· WN. ui--71 · Drttt. l«*a (9) and N.*raa w*ll. Robert. (7) aad Lopata. __ raill*.lflB4lli (tit. ranMI « _ __ . __ IM fit «*-- » 1 t of ninth, rarft . , Dribowtkr aad N«xm«n: Hatldii, MO- l«r (D, rarrfll » and Lopata. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. _ 32 15 .681 _ M 20 CB I Cleveland i Dttroit K 23 . 26 24 25 K . 22 . 21 . 18 .583 4' .521 7 1 .520 7' .500 8 .449 11 .429 12 .31017 G»rrfruM Royd Ib Frtrjr"iu rf Mfmin if TrliTid'Mi t dTjbura. rf Pilirri* rt KM » Miranda ·· »K*1* rjvtnnk T.I.I I Sull I and Smith. wm x «IM--11 i · _ *·! "I 00--W4 S · » ind Wftite; Monta, Hoit (9) « B . I t 1 4 S 1 1 S 1 3 1 9 3 I J I S i l t l i l t 3 1 1 1 t i l l I « III t s t I 1 1 0 1 l i l t t t t 0 1 t t t t t B 1 __ ...... ___ w L. rn CB aiaaia. nt . . »i t SS ii .M- i S»r.. Drlock ( I ) . Ponnfi'ld I I I and Bittln.t. 31 Irt IIS 3^ D.l.y; MctVrmott. Dur.B ( 7 i . Gormaa Ckirat. ' Co'.mas (Si aad Thomp^a. til Springs High School athletic star, was recovered from Long's Lake Sunday. lecord HICKMAN" l h . k m . i n Pueblo. Thr first f a m e was a bat- Iowa Stale 13. Notre Dame tie of home runs w i t h Pueblo cil- 10 innings. lecting four and Colorado Sprincs | ob Powell and Pick Mean,. who had homered fur the Sky Sox in the opener, collected one fv,ir- batter apiece in the nijhtcap. A single by pitcher Sherm Jones In the ninth inning of the second Knowlind s»id rrefntly that eco*,Shrffp«rt " "." " nomic aid to Poland and othrr o kl * h « m " n«» | Iron Curtain countries might b* Th* youth drowTifd Wednesday ,th beRinninR of a "Communist when * boat in wnteh he and Larry |]Marshall Plan.*' He said such aid Faneli, 17, Rock Sprints, were would strengthen Communist re- 9« 34 .un ^^ .·m mi . 2 3 V* .142 UH B»IU»»r« .tJ 21 .440 12^ Cait*it« 21 2.1 .«* 11 20 M .4-10 14L, - _____ »lt «B B2B-- 1 II * 1*B nklahnmi Citr 72. n*::*i M. »*n Anirnn» 2-1- Shrrrfport f-«. Tuu« 4. Ton vurth I. Hmitton S. Auitm 1. Cubs Beat Phillies 7-3 Five Are in Florida Storm s -p rETKHSBllin, Fla . i- lu , m r n u r r e missing and feared .fishing overturned in iwift cur- gimes in the satellites and ease rents Fanelli alio was swept over Russia's burden of supplying them la falls but managed to reach with food and other material*. I T - r., nn J fiamo tA !, h( , rf . Nixon ticked off a series of an- 116 JCCOlia 001118 A- 1 * I An estimated 125 persons were swers to Oir«e contention? in a on hand Sunday when the body' speech prepared for Michigan [was found in the dammed outlet e«ercises. -- of the lake 15 miles north of here. rf l i u « h r . u . Nehr. witr ot ' f a m e drove in the run w h i c h c a \ c |i rm nrd Sunday night in the wake r.arl K . I l i i V m a n : r i . l h f r of - - . . . . . . - . . . - . K u t h ( i i d f W n n f ( I r a n i l J u n e . l i o n . K i l l . I l K k n i a n «.t llu«h. f . f \ \ . N » t t r . M a r \ m l U t k i u a n rt ( i n l i t i o . O i e . M l l J r f i t of Ma«tinc«. Nrtir.. : lllv .Ir-nt. rf SriU»iil. ' f j. i t i f . ....... in. k ., 5!!,r.iM,.- .Cardinals Win Longmonl Boys Sporl Shorts | No! in Lake biit _ w NW York on Hiking Trip ( h « ( k » - r of T i n t . r . « i : a r l l . . l l l r k - l i n n . \:\n: l U u f f n . \Vjo.. ri*n r( Hn A i m n - i r . i l B r » n f l ( h i l ' l r t - I ' n l t * ' ! H r f t b r P n (* h u r c li. l i t i ^ h r . ' l l . N ^ h r . I n t f r rn *· n t K l n , . . a l l , Ntir. Simix City i n «phl u i t h I.incnln. O j , t r o p i c a l ' depression w h i c h l.mcnln's Pnh A n d e r t o n r'lchrd V n i f r d across Flonda and south h \ e h i t ball to f a i n the \ i c t o r y in f lCor;; i.| before m o \ i n c into the opener. , t h p A t l a n t i c near CharJeiton. SC. I Two other men reached safety .Yankees had their own private lit-, ^ a f t r r their 26-foot cabin rruisfr Ife joke Monday about " f U u e r ' i . -- - ~- - , .. Wal , lH ,,, ne ^ nt ! w a s swamped and w e n t do A n off Beautiful Eoner." miwmg since noon Friday were ,,,,,.,. N ·VTIONAL Merfti to Sp-rUt U R*fkl 1» l^fif Ib Morn rf FU.IJIT rf Wtlii rf Uitrtll M Mf-er*. Zao-trlnk (*) snd Triandoi. Cint- ba*rf Hi: Fltf-her. Sitiej (1.. Ho»fll id. Kcrm (7j Lapalm* (I) and Bit- t»r. B»ltliai*rt _ . ,,.. ., *·* *«* «t--* !· * Calif a»r» -- ""** *"" **" * * Odtll ard Ctmb-rrf; TXinovn ind Lei- lir. D#tr«H _.." ~~ 1« Hit mi*--4 !· S Sturdiv t ti Pitm i r (1 Gnm (7). Kurki 'I' tnd Howtrt; Man, fitter 4 1 « (Lopala r 4 2 2 ·Rourhtf t · 1 U0n*f I · 1 ·rtl»lVXl If · · I illo*ma« 4 · 11 IFvrdei t 4 f 1 lCar4**U · . . · * ft \ 2 S 1 Ih S fl I · S i l t Ib 1 1 1 1 S i l t 1 S I RedlegsBeaf Dodgers Twice B--G«nJ«*r. Hqyd 2. Francam, Ntfmitt. TDindo*. rjbuni, Kipoiilo. Joi 1, Mia- ft om 2. E-Nonf. R B l - l l i l f . IVsjd. fr»n- · rona 1. Mmn«« 2, rhilley 3, \i*m»n, i'' Bridrvrtrr. lB-FriH(-«ai, Mineso. Trill «n1o«. IB--Bard. MIOIM. HH --Frt»r«a«a N i f m « a SB-rhiIj, Plltmk. Pjbam. S-Ri*rr. SF-H*1*. PP-- r.ipojlto try! Rirtrii Laadi* »««J To*.: ttponUi in4 Drcpo. Lrft --Bilt'tnorr (T Cturafo ). BB-- rt*ch*r 1. Moort 1. llawfl] t. Kfttn J. U r«!mt 1. SO-Moorr 4. fttaUy S. Krtian I. HO-fucKer I !· 2 I-J. Stat 1 la 2 )). Ho*fl t la 1. KF+IIB t ta 2. La · In 1. M"or* T la 1 (fic*4 nn. bat'.rr in «th). Zutrntik 1 la 4. RAKn-r.Mrhtr J-3, Staler I-I. Moor* VJ. 7j*frlEk 1-2. 1Io«»!. M, Kf^jan 2-1. U WP--Stilf j, Mrtore. W ' -- Z u t ^ r ^ n k ct-2). L K.*|ia u-ji. T-: «. A-ll.noo. Austrian Champion Wins Arkansas River Boat Classic Sunday LONG MONT. Colo. W -Two boyi T.UI , JyUQ Oil Y O R K r ,, inr,,ni. vnnrtiv » «i ."",07 ,,± g a m e v y the New York (iiants to a 2 1 tri llll BROOKLYN op -- Cincinnati 111 · ended Brooklyn'* one-day stay in | i l ! J first place and opened up a l l *"i . -i » n i same lead in the National League t n i n "arapion led fifteen canoe,,,._,; Sunday by sweeping a doublehead- l! " cown^Jhe »wirlirg^Arkinui. mu.4*i P ..u .. Ma itm i«.wa· rr from the Dodsers, 3-1 and 3-0, Ir*" ai " iH*£?'£ii ^SZr.^i-.XFi^txtor* « " Uout crowd of 33.«M';. w ' Ark , , ,,, ,.. ._ - - - A»hburn. RBI --Ailinun I. l*p»n, I^MIX. i t'Tni* nf ; loaded - and turned the act intu lions at McCall iJke and a search w.oa s. »..a. i. Ta.a.r. »--i«ri fans. Hal Jeffcoat struck out nine- " r ii. ton Jack, thr wmnins run atainst Detroit.! by approximately 7S rersons. V»TMI^B. MiSa!. iV-T.aVr" DP- while pitchinc a 6-hit shJloat and . . . . There were two out. the score' The younsstcrs. Dale Van(o(«en, naaa i«Bai»i«Ki.i Liinr.r. nema BBS Don Iloak homered in each tame. '*V' Ihe was tied and the Yanks had _the 16. acd Ronald Martens. IS. were ·^T.''jT ca'riitu i. * n r r w a t e r since 6 r rn. Saturday. They bates loaded in the ei.hth innuiK,(ound by Mrs. " taken to Ihrir home. when Bauer lit out for second base field about two of T a m p a . i f a r - Kd Klickrr. M. and h mlh .13, of Dade City, stumhkd asliore added atwut noon aftrr bcins i.»^-Rudf)lf Klepp, Aus- ipion le(" the swi r.i»n Sunday to win ih^ annual boat race in the record 2 hours, S minutes 204 were FRESH F L O W E R FUNERAL S P R A Y S "Coniistentlr Iht Ben" Fret Deiitery BENSON'* W Levllini) Rd. rK. 401 A Bcrtet MEMORIAL at LOWER PRICES qith a man on mninc after the Cards hopped on Kdtcmore loser Pete Bin-n«ide for l»o runs hoped in the first inninc of the second found time. By playinz both tames, when t h f i r cruirr M u n a l ilrftchfd hu c»nieciiti\e »«a.mpod and they pame streak to B21, only (.ne short iMiard.' o( the National I r l j u r record «rt F.dcMiiore quoted Won't Hold Ir^fH 111 at ' «* I · · · l*»« · IB I J, ( ' J f l l V t l l I a J U U M I I I I V I I I I I V I U ; for second r»a*e neia anoui two mnci irotn me -_,, ,_ RBlwm . u ^ n-»r-nt«xt s. * r , . f um P h behind Vmesar Rend Miiel Z were John IeW,.. ; Cole already occupied hy Bobby Bich- lake Tlie lake ,, ei s ht mile, north- U..M. ,^,^;,» W J' I ^,«·,»,»»'; GirafQ if in the corner shearer- C \V Nodme. 7«: Samlarvlion. But before the Tilers west of here. not.,,, ,.,|,. T -i:rt. . . n j j Stan M u s i a l ' h i t h,, I2lh h n m r r .Wood,: ' anil Charlc, S.inn. ». eould tat Richardson for the third Mr,. WebWr took them into her - ,, AmgHCa OrdCTed h.,f in ih, ihird all nt nade Citv out when he left the baf. Bill home and called officers. I AUMI.V m. ifi -- ine \ u i a - ' ba,e m the third ,11 of Pade I t n ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ M ^ ^ M ,,,,,, ,,, «»v, », k q , .^ed here four of the five micht be with the dec.dint run. ·· e.cept that "they were ,orry Monday o ,nd itself a srJid fa,or- ,, . . ·--«.-.. iS.*T r luted in much trouble «' '** W1 ^ *"* 4\L.\A nteei. .. . . . -- .mre all wore l'''J" k ' l |. B VITiyon ,f^~. Ind ;, n p i, ch . Mr, VShher said the pair said Bon Many w»n both the mile court orders Specialist JC. Wil-'alsa fiaL-hed third last year. «-fnt o%rr- er Herb 'score' was en route hacV they carted out for a hike and and half-mile in one eveninf. in lum S C.irlrd returned to the Each of the firit nine bettered went ONCT er j.'^',^"^'^",TM ,,,,,"" became lost Friday nisht, rood times Saturday nitht. ,United State,. Japan will take no the old mark as an estimated the elder examination of his right eye in by C,us Suhr «f I'lttiburjh in 1917.. Flicker as sayint, "John DeWitt Jured by a line drher May 7. W J , floundering in 'he surf, w h i c h The brilliant southpaw, who low seconds. time erased tie old m a r k of J hours, 2t minutes for the 2i 7 miles from Salida to Coto- P«i established last year by Roger Paris of Fnnce. Five minutes behind Klepp was Helmut Burggraf from Germany. Third place winner ;Campion of Salida, finished th« TOKYO OP -- A Justice Ministry .treacherous course in 2 hours, 12 spokesman said Monday if a U. S. minutes, 1U leconds. Canpton Northern Ireland It riiitrihutinc w a s very choppy.' iti 1357 Tourist Guide to tfi.OOfl per son, in t) countries, Belfait learn,.! USE THI T R I B U N I WANT ADS'homi^o, an uncle. \ I and supplies »ere Villanova hith jumper Phil steps to keep him here. 10.000 pcnnr.s looked on and found along the bank of the thai- Reavi, leaped 6 f c e t - « _ i n the Meet "Japan hopes the Vnitfd States cheered from the banks of the irrnation-st.irase lake late of Champions at been re- Friday. A raincoat belonjinc to teammate Don Braj I»T, Md. one of them and se-eral sandwich-^hree-eijhts of an inch 01 ,es wer« la the lake. |1J feet in the pole vjilt. swnlen stream. Eisht place wL-.ner was Carol tuttinj official decnion tn let Girard be Kar.e. 21. of Silida the orj« woni- irried here," he laid. 'as entered ia tit ract.

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