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ta Salle Drops First Legion Game of Season LA SALLE -- Ft. Morgan's American Legion A baseball t e a m ) (nipped the La Salle Legiun A B o m b e r s 1 three-Rame V'nnine streak with a 9-7 victory Sunday l La Salle. Nine walks and five costly errors led to the Bombers downfall. Ft. Morgan led La Salle, 9-2, going inlo the bottom of the ninth. J»y Preisendorf. second Ft. Morgan pitcher, managed to douse a Li Salle rally after four runs were icortd and the tying runs were ?n third and second. I.a Salic started its rally with one down. La Salle pilchcr Dale Lopez walked followed by a single hy Charles Raines. Pepper Morgan then walked to load the bases. Gary Allcs sent two runners home with a single lo right field. Monty Belz walked to reload the bases. But Dick Kurzyna fouled nut. Doug Graff singled to left to drive Morgan Tnd Alles home. An error in a rundown situation gave Betz life al third base and allowed Graff to move to second. Bill Schmidt, who had gone 2-for- 3 lined hard lo left field to end the game. La Salle will play host to Loveland in the opening district 3 game Wednesday. Friday the Bombers will play host lo the Denver Red Shields, leaders of the Denver league. Ft. Mergan (9) Ab R H E Garrick, 3b -Johnson, Indian Clubber Fatterson, Ih . K. Pr'dorf, ss . Palmer, p Winter, cf Scibold. 2b -Hass, 11 Paehner, rf -J. Pr'dorl, p _ Ha Salle Lions Dump Denver tnd Earned Runs.oH--Brunkhirdt Z and 0, Mamcone 1 and 1, Fry 2 and 1, Rente 0 and 0. HP--Mam- cone CAtlcs). PB -Hix 3. Winner --Rente (1-0). Loser--Mamcone (01). Umpires--G or in an and Con' lin. Tim*--2:35. Bantam Champ Risks Title on Saturday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS R a u l Maeias, the National Boxing Assn.'s world bantam champion from Mexico, will risk his ti- lle Saturday al Ihe Cow Palace O J i n San Francisco against Dommy n Ursua, a 4-foot-ll inch battler from 0 the Philippines. Maeias still hopes to meet Alphonse Hailimi of France, recognized as champ by everybody ex- cepl the NBA. | Major League ;leaders= Br THE ASSOCIATED TtlRSS AMERICAN LEAGUE , , 3-2 JArnold Palmer Wins ;His Third Tourney ' " Greeley Grays Win Seventh Straight Game I Monday. June 10, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pagt 17 The Greeley Grays pounded two jWaternburK pitchers for 14 hits I in hpfllins Ihp h'me Jays. 11-6. i Sunday at Island Grove Park. ' The victory was the Grays sev- i i-' LA SALLE -- The La Salle Le- _ . , gion B I.ioas Saturday opened ; |j||(J Ql llifi tiicir iin7 ha.-irliHll ?ra~nn w i i i i d ; 3-2 victorv over the Empresive I Prinlcrs of Denver al the La Salle AKRON. Ohio *--Arnold Palm- . , . . , . ,, _ , ,. , j ! er believes Doug f ord wiU win enlh slraighl since Ihe Rocky The Lions will meet the Greeley ; Ihe National Open Colt Champion-i Mounlain league opened il* sea- Optimist team at 8 p.m. Tuesdav' s h 'P lhl5 wcekend al Ioled " l n "! so ": , , . . , _ f . s ,. verness. | N u d v I-onei sparke-il I h e O r a v s I a'salle'came UD wilh a ri'n in! Palmer, firsl lo win three P G A - 1 to victory by going 3-for-3 t the i.a saiie came up w i n a n n n nsorcd t o l l r n a m c n i s | his year, j plate. His hits included (wo smash- l.T^e"!^ !"' '."'·-«" "-' 8 h °* ^^--sandalriple.Uealso go seven innings. Ken Alles led off the ninth wiili a walk and wenl to second wilh stolen hasp. Jack Norris followed |i(;(1 wi(h ,, ow FinslfrwB , d ,,, Te- 1 drrw walks. qucsta, Fla., at 204. , i a m i.i-r.ei, Gray first baseman, After being two down most ol i a i so clobbered a" home run to : j the round, Kord drew even with a straightaway cenlerfield for the ' . . . . , . . . . I birdie o n the last hole a n d they | Grcc |,, v mn ' e w i h . bunl single scndine the L» , W f n t inlo e K l r a holcs For , nc . p,,,,'^,,, wenl llu , rou Salle winrnnc run to third in the | c , imacli( . round Ford had , 32.33! r a , |owins sevtn person of Alles. After Norris slule , _ 6S , b,,.,, rounn of the 4-day med. second. Day tresquez singled Al-l w h i l e |' a | mer had C8. '« home. ] on Uic second hole of the play- La Salle scored its first two: o f f p a i m c r hooked his shot inlo a fll , , np el , scat . It-red hits. Villa has pitched six Gray triumphs. Marty Hernandez earned Ihe other Gray win. , The Grays will resume play next ! header runs in the first and fifth innings i r o w of trees, but the bali banged s d a v wi(h ,, dmiblc hea on passed balls. Empressive Printa gellcryilc and rebounded to the ] in ,; t Ix)n|:monl nl Greeley ers got its runs on an error, a (airway. They halved the first] R H double, a walk and a double steal, j three extra holes in pars. Empressive Printers ( 2 ) j On the sixth, Arnie chipped in Ab R H E ; from 25 feet oul for the birdie 11 which ended it. Neadoms, 2b Ross, 2b ..... Garcia, rf La SiMe (7) Raines,- ss -Love. If Morgan, 2b _ Root, 2b Alles, 3b Belz, 3b ^ Kurzyna, Ib _ Mast, rf Graff, c Schmidt, c-rf Vannest, cf. _ Henke, c£ Wolfe, p Mayer, p Lopez, p Busch, PR -- 37 9 6 1 Ab R H E _ 5 1 3 0 33 7 7 5 Ft. Morgan 002 400 030--9 La Salic 010 010 014--7 Runs batted in--Garrick 2, John son 2, R. Preisendort 2, Winter, Haines, Alles 2, Graff 3, Vannest. 3B--Raines. SB -- Winter. LOB-Ft. Morgan 14, La Salle 9. BB-Palmer 3, J. Preisendorf S, Wolfe 5, Mayer 3, Lopez 1. SO--Palmer 10, Mayer 2, Lopez 3. HO--Palmer 4 in 6 innings, J. Preisendorf 3 and 3 innings, Wolfe 4 in 4 innings, Mayer 2 in 21/3 innings, Lopez 1 in 2 2/3 innings. Runs and Earned Runs--Palmer 2 and 2, J. Preisendorf 5 and 3, Wolfe 6 and 6, Mayer 3 and 3, Lopez 0 and 0. HP--J. Preisendorf (Kurzyna). Winner- Palmer. Loser -- Wolfe (0-1). Umpires--Dresser and Gorman. Time -3:15. Att.-400. BATTING 1100 at haul -- WilUamE. I Bntton. .391: For. Chicago, .362; Man-1 ^....L,^ Ue, New York. .334; Cm'. Kani.i City. l ' r a n m ' s5 «: Boyd, Baltimore. .329. BUNS -- Mantle. New Yoik. 4!: Fo*. Chlcafo, 35: Slevers. Washinflon. 34; Jfn- aen and IMersal, Doston, 32. HUNS BATTED IN -- Sievers. Wash- Inftlon, 40; Warn, Cleveland, 39: Mln- 0!0. Chicago. 35: Skowron. New York. 3*: Mantle, New York. 33. HITS -- Fon. Clilrago.' 67; Gardner, naltimare, 62; Lemon, WashlnEton, 61: Williams and Maltone. Boston, and Siev- crs. WaahlnKton. 59. HOME RUNS -- MajiUe. New York. 14; WIlllBms. Boston. 13: Zemlal, Kaniai City and slevera. Washington. 12: Sklzag. Kan. u City, and Skowron. New York. .9. PITCHING (5 decisions) -- Trurkj. ansaa City. 3-0. 1.000; Shanlz. New York. 6-1, .857: Pierce. ChlcaEO. 10-2. U3: Bunnlng, Detroit. 5-1. .033; Suscc, Boston, and Narleskl, Cleveland 4-1 .BOO. Burns, ss ________ Dochorn, Ih Cenner. 3b ----- Ishamoto, 3b Herman, If _ Ferris, cf _____ Hix, c ______ Mawe, c --Brunkhardt, p ____ Mamcone, p _ Ui'sua has won seven of eight in California and is ranked No. 4 among the contenders in the 118- pound class by the NBA. The slugging school teacher from Texas, Hoy Harris, gets his big test Tuesday at Houston when he takes -on highly-ranked Willie Paslrano of New Orleans in. a 10 round heavyweight match. Harris, winner of 20 straight, hit a new high when he won a decision over Bob Baker in his last start. Pastrano .hasn't lost since 1953 and is rated No. 4 by NBA, and No. 3 by Ring Magazine among champion Floyd Patler- st/n.' challengers. While Archie Moors mulls over his future plans, Tony Anthony, No. 1 challenger for his world light-heavy crown, keeps busy Anthony boxes Yvon Durelle of Baie St. Anne, New Brunswick, at Detroit's Olympic Auditorium on the Friday series. It wil he Anthony's first appearance since his surprising knockout of Chuck Spieser in an elimination bout at Detroit. The victory supposedly earned Anthony title shot at Moore. The match will b« carried on radio-TV. The Wednesday night fight shifts to Norfolk, Va., for 8 welterweight bout between Virgil Akins of St. Louis and Walter Byars of Boston. Akins stopped Jimmy Beecham in his last outing May 24. After defeating Sugar Hart in March, Byars lost a decision to Tony DeMarco. Brooklyn .363: Musial St. Louil .3M: Groat Pittsburgh burfih .349: Bailey, .352; Fondy Pills. . . . . . . Cincinnati, .333. RUNS -- Aaron, Milwaukee. 39; Rob- loson. Clnclnnall, .34; Blailngame and Dark. St. Louis. 37; Temple, Clnclnnall, and Mays, New York, 36. RUNS BATTED IN -- Muaial. Sl.Louii. S: Aaron. Milwaukee. 40: Honk. Cln- clnnall, 39: Furlllo. Brooklyn and and Robinson, Cincinnati, 33. HITS -- ScnoendlenEl, New York, 70: Muslal, St. Louis, 69; HodKCI. Brooklyn. Robinson, Clnclnnall and Aaron, Milwaukee. HOME RUNS ·-- Aaron. Milwaukee. 15; Musiai: St. Louts. 12: sauer. New York and Moon. SI. Louis. 11: live players tied with 10. PITCHING (5 decisions) -- .Sanford, Philadelphia. 7-1. .675: Acker, ClnclanaU, 6-1, .857; Srhmldl. SI. Louis. 5-1. .833; Jackson, SI. Louis, 7-2. .773; Podres Brooklyn, and I,. McDanlel, St. Louis, 6- On the basis of its first census, Iran's largest cities are: Tehran, 1,513,164; Tabriz, 290,195; Isfahan, 254,876; Keshed, 242,165, and Abadan, 226,193. 0 0 0 0 Palmer's 272 for Ihc 72 holes R H E Walornhurg 1 0 0 040 001-. 6 7 3 Grccley . .. 240 020 12x--11 ]0 4 Mclllvary, Thornton (7) and F. Moore, Gayler (7); P. Villa and 0 0 0 was good fur $2.600 of the S22.00G j on" 1 TM- 0 0 O 1 prize money, giving him $16,269' 0 0 0 for the year. Ford's S1.900 prize I Doc KoamS OnawneC 0 1 boosted his 1957 take lo 528,931. 0 | They arc one-two in Ihc money list. 0! Finslcrwald finished third with SHAWNER-on-DELAWARE, Pa. -- "You may not gel a birdie but 0 1 175, Bil Tromblcy of Dallas next j you're liable lo get ^ deer," is how 0 1 with 277 and Tommy Boll fifth Igolt pro Harry Obitz greets play- 1 with 278. Defending champion Ed rs at the Shawnce C Try To Learn Own Weakness Advises Maxwell 0 o J F u r g o l was in a I4lh place tie at JMO. d!280. 0 La SalU Llent (3) 30 2 2 2 Ab R H E Weber, 2b Brown, 3b -Miller, rf Busch, c Alles, cf Norris, Ib Fresquez, If _ Smith, ss Fry, p Renke, p _ 3 _ 4 _ 4 4 1 _ 2 _ 4 __ 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Empressive La Salic 2 9 3 4 4 000 020 000--2 100 010 001--3 Ituns balled in--Ferris, Fresquez. 2B--Ferris. SB--Ferris, Hix, Garcia, Miller, Norris, Alles. LOB-- Empressive 4, La Salle 10. BB-Brunkhardt 1, Mamcone 2, Fry 2, Renke 1. SO--Brunkhardt 10, Mam- cone 4, Fry 14, Renke 1. Hits off of --Brunkhardt 2.in 5 innings, Mam- cone 2 in 4 innings; Fry 2 in 8 innings, Renke 0 in 1 inning. Huns Solid Soxer by Pap" WEEKEND FIGHTS BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay -- DMomar Martinez, in. Urupiay. oalpolnted Wlm ·neck, 177, Holland; ID. HOLLYWOOD. Calif. - Ne»l Riven, 1 5 J L»a Anjeles. outpointed Bobby Jone., 139V. Oakland. 10. College Cleaners BL MOM Ph.4o4 915- 8ln Ave. 8" 16lh et - E«eh Gltaned ind Pressed All Work Guirintccd CASH ind CARRY Heavy Subject CARBONDALE, III. W-- On campus, Soulhern Illinois university geology students are known as soreheads. Their department is housed in a basement. Maximum clearance is six feel. Pipes in some places dip lower than four. Bul staff and students have kept their heads and will be moved to rojmicr quarters ne^t fall. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Columbine BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP · No wailing · No parking meters Greeley Golfer Takes Fourth at Ft. Collins FORT COLLINS, Colo. «1 -- Bob "Spike" Baker of Forl Collins won Ihe 13lh annual Fort Collins amateur golf tournament Sunday with a 6-under-par 174 for 45 holes. Les Fowler of Boulder, Ihe 1954 slate amaleur champion, was run nerup with a 1-over-par 181, and Claude Wright of Denver, defend ing stale amaleur UUeholder, was third with 185. Larry Ealon of Greeley and Ray Bostich of Longmonl tied for fourth with IBSs,. The tournament opened Salur day with 106 of 127 enlrants qualifying for Ihe championship and four other 3G-hole flights. Other c h a m p i o n s h i p flight scores included Dale Douglass, Fort Morgan, 187 and Saul Goldberg, Boulder, 191. 805 17th St. Ph. 1359 K'l good b u s l n e n to d r i v e · good l o o k i n g e a r . . . A n d it'l m u c h lafir to drive « m e c h a n i c a l l y perfect ur. See C a r l it G e n e r a l C r e d i t tediy for the money you need-p i y m e n t i can be tillered to f i t y o u r budge*- L O A N S UP TO (1500 OR M O R E _ 24 M O N T H S TO P A Y I Follow Curve Near Plaie, Advises Yogi | hiinded. Goorpe Scales, who man- I n^ctl tlie Baltimore Klite Giants, I saw I was weak as a halter so he asked mo lo try hitting left-handed. | lie had me Iry it hatting practice. Al first il was a lot of trouble batting lelt-hjtnded, hut with Scales' help I began lo get the knack nf becoming a switch hitler. It's a big advantage in baseball. You get lo play all Ihe time. . Country Club. A lame doc has been roaming Ihe Shawnee course this spring bul It teems lo know enough lo slay off he fairways and greens when golfers are on these holes. The doe, called Jill, was all chewed up a year ago when Jack ^ourlney, of Lowell, Mass., Shawnee superintendent, spotted her. He Ted Ihe doe bread, milk and leltuce. Last winter, Fred Waring, orches- Ira leader who owns Shawnee, buill a pen for Ihc. doe after permission to keep her was granted by the stale of New Jersey where she was raised, tagged and released. Shnwnee manager Weldon Garrison wrote the Pennsylvania Game Commission and paid $25 lo keep the doe. Around eight each morning the lame doe can be found wandering around the first Ice. "Golfers who have had a tough night figure they are seeing things when they first see the doe," says Obitz. "Some of them have felt like returning to bed but we assure every golfer that when he sees Jill he is not having a bad dream." Nothing bothers the doe, not even elccinc golf carls. And when the Allanlic Indians, a trapshooting club, holds their annual .spring shoot the doc stands right al the firing line. By JIM CILLIAM Learning the strike zone is one j of Ihc firsl things a young plnycr should work on. After that, knowing the pitcher helps. By lhat I { mean o hitler should walch the i opposing pitcher every chnncc he gels. A hillcr soon will learn lhat pitcher's best pilch. You've gol lo know what a pilcher will thruw you when he Be Aggressive Up at Plate, Says Musial Jack Wheeler To Compete in Denver Tourney Jack Wheeler, 1956 Greeley junior champion, will represent the Greeley Golfing Assn. in the Denver Metropolitan junior championships nt the Valley country club · Monday and Tuesday. In the association's monthly I breakfast lournamcnl, Ihe duo of Harry Belz and Cal Bullock tied Leonard Lamb and Don Sutherland for firsl place. Both tandems shot 62's. Full handicaps were used and the learns played against par in the best ball tournament. Third place wenl lo Dr. Don Bos- Iron and Jim Vnndcrlip wilh a 65. Olhcr lop scores: Jim Gray-Vic Touslee, 67;^ Barney Flood-Max Lnuslalct, C7; Frank Gregory-Curt Davis, 68; Leonard Mitchell-Larry McArlhur, 70; Jack Kingsbury- Chuck Wheeler, 70. Saturday, two Greeley golfers beat Cary Middiccoff's 70 score in the Nalional Golf Day tournament. Mlddlecoff fircri his score Ihcn country cluhs all over' the gels in trouble, and what he will United Stales played Iou . rn . a1l ?. erll j ls By YOGI B E R R A NEW YORK Iffl -- You've got to | play a lot lo know what pilches you can hil. When I was a kid I hit right- handed. My brother Tony made me switch lo hilling left-handed because I wasn't much as a right- handed hiller, and Tony was lefl- handed himself. You musl learn lo swing at curve balls near Ihe plale. They kid me and say I golf some balls but what I'm doing is following I the curve ball. Some guys lake a lot of pilches. You can't hit the hall when you! lake. I Get .a cnmforlahlc balling slance j and Iry lo stick wilh il. I c h a n g e ' m y slance o n l y slighlly ugainsl different pitchers. I like lo hil beller wilh men on base because it offers more of a challenge. For the first month of the season I use a 35-ounce bat. That's because I feel strong in the spring. | Laler on I go to a 33'A-niincc hat. I figure it's easier to get my liming down belter hy slarling with a heavier hal. EDITOR'S NOTF. -- Yankee j catcher Yogi Bcrra entered Ihe i 1957 season ranking fourth in r u n s : baited in wilh 1.003 a m o n g a c t i v e ! American Lcaquers. Hn has driven in mjrp. than ]CO runs in each of Ihc last four seasons and has a 10-year b a i t i n g average of .234. i By STAN MUSIAL . ST. LOUIS wi -- A young hit- ler must try lo he himself. You can'l copy anyone. Take a good comfortable slance in Ihc bailer's box. Gel a bat you can handle, not loo heavy. Don't Iry lo hit home runs. They come naturally. Don't be afraid when up al Ihc .hrow when you're in (rouble. I can'l overpower the ball like Duke Snider, Roy Campanella, Gil Hodges and Willie Mays. They're all big_ fellows when il comes lo hilling. I have lo scltle for singles. with men trying to break Middle- corf's score. The proceeds of such tournaments go lo the Professional Gplf- crs' Assn., which will use the proceeds lo promolo youth golfing I can'l always pull the ball lo the fence so I've gol lo go lo lefl field when I bat Icrthanded. I just I ha(J the ball where it · | lhootlng . ,,. out groups and charity. Cal Bullock fired an 82 and wilh his 15 handicap gained a net , .., 67. Curt Davis had a net 68 afler Iry lo hil pilchcd. I Ihink lhat's Ihc thing In | do unless you're a big fellow and j can slug the baii. \ g al]c Researcher Dies Richie Ashburn of the Phillies; led the National League in hilling PITTSBURGH * -- Maj. Byron Iwo years ago just hy hilling IhciL. Benncll, 49, relired Army sci- ball where it was pitched. |enlist and Ihe first associate of Dr. I feel forlunalc in lhat I hit .300|j 0 nas Eelk in the development of last year lo lead Ihc Dodgers i n ' t h e Salk anti-polio vaccine, died hilling. I hil more leflhandcd be-1 Sunday, .cause we seldom face lefl-handed i -I pitchers. If we faced lefthanders: I would gel more chances to b a t ; right-handed. My n a l u r a l power is! righl-handed. I have a pretfy good speed and I hunt a lot when I bat against soulhpaws. Baiting lefl-handcd , gives me a hig j u m p because I'm j closer to lirst base. And bunling | helps if you are in a slump. When ' · you can'l buy a base hil a hunt i will pick you up and help your ! confidence. I The firsl. Iwo years I played pro! ! b a l l (19'l6-47) I was ail righl-1 COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE · Major O v e r h . u l · E n g i n e Tune-Up · Brake Service Body, Paint a n d A u t o m o t i v e Glasl \V Service Any Make of Car, Usinp Only Genuine Parts -- E x p e r t M e c h a n i c s -WARREN-BUNTING MOTOR CO. E a t o n , Colo. Ph. E a t o n 29 By THE Afl.aoCIATr.n PBF.SS r.oi.F AKnoN. Ohio - Arnold Pfilm-r of Latrobe. Pa., »«nk a zs-root ehip »hot on Ihe ililh extra hole In delei.1 Dfiuf Ford of Mahopar, N. Y. In a 'Udden- d e a t h p l a y o f f lo -*in the Buhner City " -- W i f f i S m i l h held _ ine into Ihe f i n a l round ' the N a t i o n a l PGA Champlonihlp. I ...,; ,, , Cars Trucks 725 10th Street Greeley Loinl Madl To Farmerl tnd Relldenll of Neirny Towni Phona 966 General Overhauling Electrical nnd Mechanical Repairing New and Used Auto Parts and Glass · Tune-ups . Blackies 306 lllh Ave. Phone 1324 3-.lrnbe lead of the 1,'di T R A C K won the mllr In 4:044 and IV.n Bowden belt Amie Sowell in the RR^yard nm In 1 : 4 9 2 in the f i n a l mett ftf Ihe California season ItOKSTON, Tex. -- nnn Delany of V I I . in the Meet of C h a m p i o n i . Stan Mutiil plalc. Be aggressive up there. Nobody is going lo hurt you. Have confidence because you are as good as Ihe pitcher. Pick oul a pilch you can hil. Don't swing at bad bills. Don't he a guess hiller. Hit only what you can see. Hil with Ihc pilch ralher than altrmpl lo pull the hall. EDITOR'S NOTE - Slan Mn- sial, SI. Louis Cardinal first baseman, broke into baseball as a pitcher but hurt his arm. He led [*eague six limes in hilling lie leads Ihe league wilh 3 ..'(40 lifetime hatting average and has been in 13 All-Star games. --After a week's strike by truck """ I operators in Lahore, Pakistan. . I protesting againsl a 100 per cent d i . )n A K ,rrro T m'! i h r e 1 '.Mu.' TM' TM, osl in taxes on transport ve- added Melropolllan I l n n d l r l p al , hides, the G n V C m m c n l dCsignalcd , -wnnn. c.m. - Terranr «n.so.|»ll motor transport as "essential Arunnmi Hindiup ai I sprvicc.s" and put them back to i Hollyvood I'ark. nmme 'l:31 -! only )·! off Ihi: I h e i . ' n i l e nrldV 1 rec In i cord j ATTENTION, FARMERS! POTATO DUSTING · ALFALFA WEEVIL · WEED SPRAYING c CUTWORMS Call Nolan's for Control and Free Inspection CROP DUSTERS - Phone 1544-4117

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