Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 14, 1967 · Page 6
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Maho Free Press, Wednesday, June 14,1967 - 6 ·--«u nee ricM, uwuiesoiy, June if, l»l -- b !· A · A Kollman, Hall Hits Lift Hawks to Win Snare Loop Lead Over Boise, 6-3 NAMPA -- "Those key hits by Gary Kollman and Norm Hall In the fifth Inning and that double pity In the sixth really balled us out tonight," said Co-Manager Gary Sharp Tuesday night after tne Nampa Hawks whipped Boise, 6-3, at Rodeo Park. The triumphboostedthe Hawks to the top of the semi-pro Border League with a 2-0 record while Boise was leveled to 1-1. With the score 3-2 In Nampa's favor, Kollman singled home one nin In the fifth and Hall rapped a one-baser for two more tallies to make It 6-2. However, Boise threatened off reliefer Loren Graham in the Trackmen Start NCAA Thursday PROVO, Utah (UPI)-The annual mid-June sports spectacular known as the NCAA track and field championships take place this weekend on the Brlgham Young University campus with more than 600 athletes seeking individual titles. 1 * Scene for the late spring collegiate carnival is the splc and span BYU Stadium-a modern outdoor arena sitting in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Three world record holders and several defending champions, most of them with Olympic ambitions, are among the record number of partial- iints in the meet scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday lights. Those entered Include Jim Ryun of the University of '(ansas, the world' premier mller; fiant weightman Randy Matson of Texas A. and M.; sprinter Tommie Smith of San Jose State and little Gerry Lindren of Washington State, a top-flight distance runner. TJther_ returning champions include" Cdirlie, Greene :. of N e b r a s k a , lOO - yard dash; BYU's Bob Richards in the steeplechase; p o l e v a u l t e r Chuck Rogers of Colorado; hurdler Ron Copdand of UCLA, hurdler Bob Steele of Michigan State, miier Dave Patrick of Villanova and broad jumper Ralner Steinus of Los Angeles State. Ryun, a sophomore, will be making his first appearance in an NCAA championship meet, The Kansas athlete has indicated he will participate in only the mile event. Hyun expected to arrive In Provo today from Alamosa, Colo., where he was working out at 7,500 feet altitude. Provo's altitude is 4,500 feet and the thin air is expected to result in slower times in the long distance races. Southern California, led by pole vault record holder Bob Seagren, is considered the pre- meet team favorite. Sister- school UCLA is the defending champion. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS sixth when two walks and a tilt batsman loaded the bases with none out, Then Kollman came through again by turning Ron Me- Peak's short hop grounder to shortstop into a run-scoring double play. That was Boise's last threat as losing pitcher Jim Page then struck out. Righthander Larry McMillin pitched five strong Innings for the Hawks who overcame a 2-0 first Inning deficit. Boise got the Jump on a walk, Monty McDonald's screaming 375-foot triple to deep center field for a run and Earl Porter's single for the second marker of the open- Ing frame. Boise starter Darrell Wilson was touched for aruninNampa's third when a walk, Rich Yocum's single and EldonBook'stowerlng fly to left field fell for a single produced a run. Page took over for Wilson In the fourth with Boise nursing a 2-1 margin, Kollman opened the inning with a single and Hall walked. Joe Schmidt's run-scoring single and a throwing error by Boise catcher McDonald sent the Hawks into a 3-2 lead. In the sixth a hit batsman and a walk preceded the destructive blows by Kollman and Hall. "We really needed this one to build up our confidence," said Sharp who is not too concerned In that the Hawks don't play again until next Tuesday when Welser comes here. "With us in first place you can bet we'll be holding battingprac- tice to keep our edge," the Hawk co-manager said. Birds-Eye Is the latest sponsor to back the Hawkswithfinan- clal support. The club also is appreciative of the donations raised at Tuesday's game. SPORTS MOUHTAIH HOME INVADES MEET STARTS THURSDAY Legion Nine Home Tonight All-City Swim Meet Friday NAMPA- An all-clty swim- old boys and girls are needed ming meet will to held at 10 to compete w that divisum. a m Friday at the city swim- Other dms.ons w i l l D e 8 ming pool. More 11-12 year years and under, 9-10 and · For Goiters and delivered twosingleswhicli set up one run each time, "it would be great if Higgs pitches a sharp game for us," said Hall, "as we are heading into the meat of our schedule." Nampa makes a road trip this weekend to Milton-Freewater, Coeur d' Alene and Lew- ^ NAMPA-Sporting a 2-1 rec- ^^ · y II ord, the Nainpa Legion baseball ^^ f^ ^WB ^i ^\ m ^\ l f 'f team plays Mountain Home here J U mj L B^ ^_ V~ · · tonight. Game time at Clipper ^ f" *** ^ ^ ^ ^* " * Field is 8. Dave Higgs will pitch for Coach Norm Hall's home forces who are coming off a key 3-1 victory over Boise Borah Ore., Monday night. InthatgameRandy iston. CALDWELL-The Idaho State Ixrls Navis, Joe Sputnik, Greg Schroll pitched a three-hitter CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS Amateur Golf Tournament entry Trail, Wayne Peterson and Newt deadline Is 6p.m,todayandthere Carter, the last having been the are still spaces left over, it was winner of nearly every golf title reported Tuesday. in the state of Idaho. Entries, however, began com- A partial list of the entries ing in at a heavy rate on Monday Is as follows: afternoon and Tuesday and the ENTRANTS tournament should have a full waity Lowe jr., Butch Bay- compliment of golfers when tee- house, Larry Nleison, A\ off time comes on Thursday. Buraiio, Tom Hutchins jr., watt Awnrdinp rn tnnrnatnenf «x Lowe Sr " Joe s P uln!ck Gre 6 According to tournament sec- ^ An B1U Ballantyne Jr Craig retary Les Simmers, there are B ianchard, Charles Alien Jr., now over eighty golfers who have steve Thomas, David Ricks, signed to enter the competition, Darcy Frederick, jackwhite- and there are expected a great head Ore s Thomas, Pete Miok- many more to be registered this a^^r M j^ k ThompOTrTVran- aff 6 " 10011 - ois Murray, George ' Boale, Among those scheduled to play Elraer Pa.-roti, Roger David- ip the state -wide and beyond goll son . Paul Smith, Dan Smith, tournament is defending cham- Bi " Bush Jirn Mu " J y- Plon Ed Stoddard of Une, Sm ^ ^^l^^', " as "- Pete Sawyer, Scott Pasley, Le- Stoddard arrived Tuesday and Roy Kieraie, Gordon Lees, Keith fired a practice round at Purple Sherwood, ud Trout, Gordy Sage. He would not, however, Crockett, Ed Sloddard (defending discuss his score. 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