Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 11, 1957 · Page 31
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r«gt 16 CREELEY TRIBUNE Tuesday, June 11, 1957 Paul Moloney. Editor Shutout, 19-Run iarage Highlight Church Loop Play Monday ' A ard Ihe I f f l ^ u e Softball season r.i^ht at Forbes field. The First Covenant c h u r c h I i l a n k r d Ihe K v a n g e l i c a l Free c h u r c h . 60, behind the two-hit pi!chmg ol Vincent Kricison. A "If hit hy Gordon Candy in the first inning and a single hy H a r r c M Peterson in the fiflh were the hits (ilf of Erickson. shutout pitching performance Two cm| , y rrror , , nd , , m£ , f a 19run »plur:e highlighted r C J 1 ( . |hf K l r ( l C o v f n , n t nln , of the 1957 C h u r c h ' l h r p f ru/n ln , h(l , j f l n A , in| ,, f and an error plated the final run. Greeley Baptist tcmplr wasted no time in routing the Southern B a p t i s t s . The Greeley t e a m scored 1] r u n s in the f i r s t inning on seven w a l k s , an outfield error and four base hits. Joe Garcia's double was the big hit of the i n n i n e . The Greeley Baptists got one more run in the third then came home with p « l J i. !Legion-Elks To Meet Estes Park Wed. In Baseball Opener The Greeley Baptist temple |ev| . n jn , he ff|Ur|h smacked Southern Baptist temple Th( . ^^^ Bai , ti , t , s r,t their p i l c h i n g for 19 runs as the Gree- ,,,.,, r u n s , n , h( . , rtnn(1 ,, n , h j ( lev Baptists won 192 in the second, ,,,,,,, , WJ , k n d , dou , )]t (|) . g a m e of the opening prosram. I Harry Bcdinger F.riekson .truck out 11 baiter. ] N ,, Mondl) .., fhnMf ,,.,,, ,,,,,, in the «x inning opener. He re- (h( . Kvantr | ic ,| Krt( . chljr( . h mcrl . I4tw Yorrf Yarutt r'ltciitr Tom Stvrciivtnt (4'ti, weiring hit, lands a right to tht tyi of Dttreit Tigtrs firit bastman Ray Beona bttwttn tht mound tnd tht plttt in third inning of gtmt at Dttroit, Jun« f. Doont rushtd to mound, charging Sturdivant tritd to bttn him. Both wtro t j t c t t d afttr a gtntrtl mtltt of playtrt from both btnchfi. (AP Wirtphoto). The Greeley Legion-EIki, sporting a veteran battery and outfield, will open its 1957 American A sea! mn at I p m. Wednesday at Forbes field. I Coach Pete. D'Amato's Legion- 1 F.Iks team will go against Estei Denver Sweeps jTwin Bill, from League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Minneapolis Millers, though losing to Charleston Monday night, moved to within one gane of league leading Wichita in the American Assn. race, when the j Braves lost both ends of a twin [bill to Denver. I At Wichita, the Bean made it three out of four over the Braves in the series which concludes Tuesday, when they swept Monday night's doubleheader 3-1 in the 7- inning opener and 7-2 in the 9- tired the side nn strikes in the ing the Greeley Baptist church in i-econd inning and whiffed two men · , h( . ,,,,, R m f Thc Klrlt ( . (|Vfn . each in the first, third and fourth I l n , f h u r f h w|1 , mftl S o u l h f r n n a p ' tist in the a f t e r m a t h . R H E 002 (Ml-* 4 1 F.vangelieal Free 000 OW-0. 2 7 (Inly three men reached base off til F.rickson. None got passed sec- K j r M Covrn ,», t ond. First Covenant scuri-d its »ix runs in the third, f i f t h and sixth Cal Hands Penn State First NCAA Defeat; Irish Oust Longhorns Frirkson and Iofgren; Kent and Gandy. inning nightcap. Ben Flowers took the opener when the Bears scored two un- Dtlrelt Park In * district 3 baseball same. __,_.__ . Rust Porter, Jerry Tellei «ndJB»\i«iTM° Pat Baggot jive D'Amato the experience battery. This trio iparked the Greeley Wildcats to the ttite AA prep baseball championship. Porter is l strong righthander who was the mainstay of the 1956 Legion-F.Iks team. Tellei is a ity-1" ; ««"i ' » ' «J THE ASSOCIATED nttl AMERICAN LEAGUE . W L Prt CB .1. Ii U .HI r Y«rk · » II 471 17 ) 4» 7 a a .ai TH w » Ji« i _- an .us-it XIIKI CKF __... 11 » .I»1JH W«iBii(tra . - 11 11 JU 17 Tuesday's Schtdult TtflikMk (1-1). New Yatk kt Chlfic* (Ni-Shkati (M) Tl. WIlMM (SSI. BkltlaiArt kl DttrtHt (SI--J»hnm (4-31 lish. curveballing lefthander. Has- ntr "4-41*0? At»rk"' u n G«"r««r got handled both pitchers during I'"'the spring prep and last Ugion ,,. seasons. Brad Swanson and Rich R,angel are the espericnced outflelderi. Swan will work in left field and Range! in center. Robert Nuanet, a Greeley junior varsity outfielder thi spring, will likely get the call in right field. A fourth outfielder, Tom Good, will be absent from the team early in the season. D'Amato will rely on somewhat of an inexperienced infield. Abe Garcia is the top contender for the short stop position, Allen Bruni will grt the call at third base, Jerry Fiatliff will probably be the Monday'; Xf» Ttrk DtlrMI MI MS tl.-« II) I Tariff. Ljrwa (1), Trrry (7) knd Hew. irt: Urj. At*r (I) t«d Houi*. «··!·· m i* Mfe-ii 11 l Ekktkl ntr X* !"· il»-4 I 1 Miei kBd Dkleyi K«U)tr, Durti (!) Iloit ID knd Snrnk. a (Only Ikmti keh»diil*4. NATIONAL LEAGUE w . u r n r.B ... 11 » .Kt ... U It .SM 1 .an .sii m 11 JO .511 H, » ii .»] i . »11 .m n n n .117 11 II » .IM U Detroit Wallops Yankees M in Batting Spree DETROIT Jf - Charlie Maxwell hit two prodigious wallopi and Al h'aline and Harvey Kutnn added round triperi ai home runi accounted for all but one of the Detroit Tiger tani Monday In a 9-4 triumph over the New York Yan- jrrrv i i a i m i will Jjruuaui) DC uic vi Crai second baseman, and Vern Karlin i ,,«; is a top candidate for the first base spot. kees. Frank Lary, although he needed AI Aber's help over the' last two tnninji, picked up his first virtorr lince May 5 and the Tigers' third sueceis in the (-game series that drew 29,372 spectators to Bri«i Stadium. The Tigers had 10 hits off three New York pitchers--starter Bob Tin-fry and his successori Don Larsen and Ralph Terry--and five of them were for extra bases. Maxwell drove in five runs with his 9th and 10th home runs. Kaline's blow, only his 3rd homer of the season, followed a 6th in- Tuesday's SchtduU !*"!! ''"Si' »' Ray Boone. Kuenn iirku ki r»» York iM-Kkixr (MI j added a solo blast in the same in- Gomri (7-li. nine iKkiktt kl Brook!}! (Nl-Cre»« (MI ""'f.' . . . . . . ,., ,,.,_ crm Hi). Mickey Mantle cracked his 15th home run for the first Yankee run mmons . . ClaeiABitl it PitUburjh IM-Grou («· S) VI. Arreto (S-S or fimith lt-1). Jon Mclander. ace of the Greeley I,,.,,...,, """"'''. Optimist team last year, and George Whitman, who was out this spring with a broken arm, add depth tn the pitching corps. Whit- earned runs in the seventh to | m , n W JH ,i so fft Ict j on m the break a 1-1 tie. | outfield. Tellei man also play in In the second game the Bears i the ou tfi e id. came up with four runs in the 7th inning to hand Gerald Nelson his fourth loss in a row. At Charleston the Millers dropped a 5-4 decision to the Sen- Giving Karlin a stiff go at first base are Charles Ca:er and Phillip Soli:. Soliz may tee double duty in the outfield. Behind Baggot at catcher is O M A H A 'fi -- California wai eon marked Notre Dame's »-0 win crackmz the w h i p Tuesday in the o v er Texan, the pre-toumey favor- ] »««*»ed for ators nn home runs by Boh Thorpe j Ri( . h , rd Koskic the Grfe]ey ^ nioT varsity catcher this spring. , inning. Two douhle pity* ktpt the Deaths and Funerals U'SE Mrr KM* Ilouie. of SmithwivU nf (irnver. Moth«r of FnM 1^. Norrtu and Mn». Frank (Hm- »l*t lUOjr, both nf C rover. A!**) v u r v h e d hy two tirolhem, two rimer*, ill nf (.ah n«, Mn.. ,int three f r « n f l r h i l d r « n unrt t h r e ^ «r^at - f r a n d t h f l f l r e n . P»rTiren 11 ;M A.M. U'eiln^n- d » v, Adamjion M ^ m n r i n l rh*p*l. I n t e r m e n t S u n e t Mfmori*! (iMfleni:. HKAIH.KF: Mrs. Su«t* Hpadl*-e «if '220 M a p l e Ft.. F^ton. W i f e nf W. I. lleadlee. M o t h e r of Mr*. Viola iJchtney of A u l t . Mr*. K d n » D A V J I nf F^tnn. ami Mil* fnrd H e a d i e r of Pierre. Sister nf C. F. n e n n n i t n n nf TIM F f J i t h f r K»Ve«, Coin., and (*. K. H p r n i n i t o n nf 8»drn Wnnlley, W i n h i n s l n n . F e r i i r« 2 p tn. W r d n p * d a y from M a r « F,«tr»n ("hap*l. I n t r r n i f n t K a I n n r*mFt»n". T R A T D T Mr*. A n n a K l t r a t i f I h Tramlt rf :2.'.7 M h A » e . M n l l i o r nf M r ^ . K l i z a t v r t h Salttimn. Ixiuir. I ' h i l i p a n d l l f n r y Trnudi. all rf (Irrrlrr. sr.i T n m d l of K p f r . f ^ b u r c . Per\i(y-n 2 T m. T h u r s d a y f r o m M* In p r a m i r K Room. I n t ^ r i n e n l l.lnn flrnr». ecord * I ' n t l l i n r M i l k m a n ,r..ll. N e b r . Wit. ot l l i k r r . » t i ; n i o l l i r r nt Tonti l i s f l p k ^ n of ( r a n l .Innc- tiori. K i l l . Hlrlir.nn n! llush- r.dl. N » l r . M a m n I l i r k m n n r! Or.mio. ( I r e . M i l d r e d .'nar. M i l k m a n of G r a n d J u n e - t i r n Kln!ii»e Si hac Ver of Pine P l u t f i . W i n . mil K a r l I., l l l r k - r.ari ot n r o o n f l f l r l H e i f h t i . C r * r i ! h i l i l r e n S»r\ ires I p m. ^\'f1r.'*r!av. K v k n f * \ I e a 1 1 ' r n H ll'Mhmi r h u r e h. ri 1 !*!^.*!!. NXir. I n t e r m e n t Klmd.ill. .\ct.r. Cloverleai Results Iowa Stale, now 2-1 in the double!score. The winning blow for Iowa ! lea "" rn P? 1 " '.."irL^r ill riimination tn:irney Tuesday n i g h t ! State was a double hy Dan Peters'V 1 '. txrttonl °J *"' "' n ^"?. ,,,l a f t e r 1'enn Stale and Notre D a m e ' t h a t sent home two runners for Indianapolis to break a nine-all, r a t t l e d for s u r v i v a l Tuesday a f t - , a J-l lead. «" " «*« Ind " nJ ^ tA O m a h l '' rrnonn. Ilnth I'cnn State i n d , -Results from the greyhound races at Clo\erlraf Monday night. 1. Super Way 20_20. ».» 520;;·,,,,,, ,.,,·;,_ ,,_ JNotrr Dame are 2-1 in the jprirs. j California, g f t t i n j fine pitchinz a n d h i t t i n c the hall Recommend 5 W).4 40; F r a n k . I'al hard, beat the second round Sunday. 940; qumela 1-1. 3900; t i m e 31.71. j Thf ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, )ur hi , p i t f h i n R 2. Picture Man 6 W), 380. 3.CO; |, rom K i m ,;,,,,,,, M o m l l y niBh , A's Topper 920, 4.40; Dora's , n ,| |,i as | ri ) ( h, hall w i t h gusto George 520; o,umela « S 46 (W; t n , cor( . (i v p l i m M jn t h p f l r j l lwo daily double M M 40; time 31 69. inninci against Penn State. 3. Lucky Brady 17.00 7.20 3 CO, | A double by Charlie Thompson Hawks Retain Loop Margin 10-9. Sterling relief pitching in the fi- ' n a l three innings by Louisville's iDave Hoskins gave the Colonels a split in a doubleheader with St.!team, coached by Bob Haberkorn, Meet La Salle Lions In Exhibition The Greeley Optimist baseball KM lUMi--1 II 1 Naxhill. Sinth*i U). HicLtrr (I) ind BiUfy; Law tad Rind. MUtrtihtt . »mi "ON iit--l | · Br»*.lr« MM ]M mt-l 4 l Buhl ind Him N*wromb«, Libia* (I) ·nd Walkvr. Hodges, Musial Will Be Close lor All Stars Paul in Louisville. St. Paul coasted home with Stan Williams' ninth victory in the opener as the Saints shelled Al Curtis for 15 hits -- two of them homeruns by Dick Young By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Norm Larker -- for a 10-1 and Liikawana 3SO 320; Very Dashing j brought home thr first inning r u n i There was^ an air of sameness 4:00; quinela 3 7 1780; lime 3260. | a n t l an inside the park home run 4. Jlrlaliale 500, 300, 2 BO; Pan ama George 500, 3 M ; Closed I»- »ue ".SO; quinela 8-1. 1520; lime "'· - ····-- ·* -- -- " i · .. M wrapper! up the n a m e Inothe i e c - i ·* z "'- --., .row around the Western league circuit 5. Camlyetla 12 M. 7.M. 300; Lady Chee 4 .to, StV); Georgia Gihlx C M ; quinela 7 K . 40 M; time I/)\eland Course 4016. N. Salk II.BO, 4 4 0 , 3.20; Royal Key 300, jno; Make 600; quinela 21. 17.60; t i m e 3202. 7. Alsah Princes 10 BO, 8(10. 340; Keno Kid I no. 4 20; Bange Flame 4 M ; time 31.M. «. Mick Ihe Man 11 BO, S M, 4 20: Ghost Face 420, 400; Jerry Dug gcr t 40; quinela 3S. 27.20; time 31.M. No. .-Who's A f r a i d , » 40, 5 no. 3 W ; Arctic W a y , 400. 3 to; hy Tom IMlma. doubles by War-1 SIond »' nisht - with but ""« "' ren l.a\orel and lion Gag^ero. n l c r P l i o n - , error and a triple by Robinson! T °I* k » ««H*utd in Ihe '-"· wrapped up the same Inothe second. I r o w b ' third victory in a 52 score over Sious Fur hit pitching b y Chuck Sim- Ci lJ'- . . . . . . . Dei Moines whipped Lincoln 51. The Sioux City and Lincoln losses kept the two teams in the tie for third place they h a v e held for Phoenix Officer Has Top Award in Pistol Shoot the last three days. Amarillo won 105 over Alhu- dict. The Colonels salvaged the short second game 7-5 with a 4-run sixth inning after trailing 3 to 1. Buhl Holds His Hex on Dodgers By ED WILKS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee's Bob Buhl still has qucrque and the victory left t h e ] t h e Brooklyn Dodgers on a string. Gold Sox still four games behind league-leading Topeka. The only change in (he standing c a m e after the Colorado Springs- Cincinnati's Joe .Vuxhall is still "all goofed up"--and the National league pennant race is still a tight little sprint, with only a 3-game covering the first five Tuenlo game. Colorado Spring! spread capiured this one 10-5 and by so t e a m s . Set. Gordon F .Selhv of the Phoedoin: moved nul °' lhe ",""· « iv ' Cnl ' lwo * jm " Gifted Fairy 460; quiniela 23, nix. Am., police d e p a r t m e n t w o n , _ IS M- t i m e : 31.73. . t h e Dr. Robert C. Poison trophy j. ^"^ ' »»» k » ** , llx ««» No! 10-For Pretty. 10 («. S 20.' rr.atch at the N a t i o n a l Peace Offi- ba " hlls in t h f i r totl1 °' n l n e lnd will open its 1957 Optimist league season Sunday at West Denver. The Optimists will play eight in the 6th. AMFRICAN Ntw T«rk »h k o kPclroH kV 1 · ft Bkurr rf 4 1 1 IBoIlmf H 4 1 4 1 Kut»k I I S I ! 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Ijrr 7 (tertd 1 bliurk IB Itb), At*r Hodges or Stan Musial draw the «· ? l iE*l? r A b , rJJ 'ij L "i'J! I J^ Vi!?J (l-l'l. T-MI A-17444. NEW Br BEN OLAN YORK tfi -- Will Gil most rotes for the major kague all-star game among National League first batemen? These two have turned in outstanding performances and as the 1957 campaign approaches the one- third mark, they are waging a spirited competition for their cir- cuirt's batting lead. Brooklyn's Hodges, 3Z, moved up f r o m 7th place in last Boston Beats K.C.llJo.1 ' lea"guega'mes"piusfe~verVrpractice!»« 1 ''8 Sames. His pacesetting KANSAS CITY IP - Dick Ger- iames yet to be scheduled [average is .363, representing a 25 nert hit 2 home-runs and a double Haberkorn's Optimists opened P 0 TM' «« in - Gil collected 13 hits in!to drive in t runs and scored i their non-lemur season Sunday at » tim " »' b "- 17th run on Jackie Jensen s singl. ! Musial, 38 and » six-time bat- as Boston defeated Kansas City Ft. Collins, beating the Collins Op-1 . timists. 5-3, in nine innings. Two- run homers by Ron Haggard and Fred Schroeder sparked the Greeley team. Lynn Brass tripled then ting champ with the St. Louis Cards, is in 2nd place with .358. He lost one point The race is a close one with Artii pitched the route for the win. - 10 batsmen. Dick Groat of Pitts- c e e o . . . . , . . . , . . , ·n,. rr,iim-,.t, ,HII ni.,- ,· th. Dur gh. sidelined with a sprained The Optimists will play at the , , . . . ... . . ./. , . . C.M. i..:.. n ii... T -- j,.. » nklc ' '« 3rd ""to · 3M - H e « ' ol La Salle legion B Lions Tuesday in another practice game. Several veterans are back for another season with the Optimists. Some of the members of the team are Arlii, Haggard, Schroeder, Mel Miller, Verne Walker, BUI Shupe, Miron Long, Ron Long. Harvey Maul, Brass. Kermit Malby, Rich- lowed by Dee Fondy of the Pirates with .319 and Ed Bailey of Cincinnati with .333. Fondy was the leader a week ago, but he slumped 23 points from .372 with a 6-foT-27 showing. In the American League, Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox remained on top despite i 16 point ard Beck. Kenny Haggard and ! drop to 391 7,,, jg. yfIM H ,I UR Jimmy Maul. The Optimists' league schedule: jtries. June 16 -- Greeley at West Den- 11-4 Monday in the windup of a 4-game series. The Red Sox first baseman, whe was batting .265 going into the game, got on base each of the ' time he went to bat. He was hit by a pitched ball in his 4th appearance and walked in his 6th. Both Gemert's home runs came with 2 men on base, in the 1st and 2nd innings. He hit- a 2-run double in the 4th. Boston collected 13 hits off thre« Kansas City pitchers, scoring seven of its 11 runs in the fourth on four singles, three doubles, a wild pitch and an intentional walk to Ted Williams. j g e r had only four lafeties in 16 "'"" i . , n*itn AMERICAN kk k * k Kmtkimr tf i l l erwMkim 1 1 1 7Huetrr » 4 1 1 fCvrv rf Nellie Fox of the league-leading June 23-- Ft. Collins at Gree- Chicago White Sox is in the run- ley; June 30-- Greeley at Boulder; nerup position at .362. He ciimbed in the NL Monday nipht. '" U P th » 0 ' 1 0 rjcbl °- July 7-- Greeley at South Denver; five poinls. Mickey Mantle of the Buhl, who beat tne times last year, up for a second July 14--West Denver at Greeley; New York Yankees increased his July 21--Greeley at Ft. Collins;! average victory. Winner Jerry Speck went Gi4 Hodges. The Phoenix police office w a « ' | h p l ) j s t , n r f - E l v i n t u p n h , t ! i A 2-run homer by Ed Mathewj. hu , hl(1 ,,, fonl( , nd Hank Aaron of Milwaukee is the Home Run King M a r n u m r e i o U e r don.ilel by Dr. four er- after an error, gave Buhl the edge rors by hi» t e a m m a t e s . he needed in the fourth i n n i n g , G r e a t Henri, h a n . p h y s i - , fjeor'se Piktuns pitched 5-hit against Don New-combe. i PITTSBURGH 'P Tittsburgh Pirates cian. and a gold mrdal. The gun hl ,| (or n( , 5 M o i n r , , nd ?tnlck and medal were presented at t h e ' n u t ,, Ur( . nln h,tters. An u n u s u a l ATLANTA ,* - Dapper Dick'^^^^n^^^^^^ C d 'oTT, ,Stuart n a home-run king with- · John Petrock. was forced oat ot ' o u t a home Dand (,oilman of the A l h u q u e r - ' i h e game after spraining his an- i The colorful young slugger, who "ue X.M.. police dept. placed sec- He in the first inning. Pitchers t h i n k s a hit's no good unles i t ^ o n d in the trophy m a t c h . He shot Rob Anderton of Lincoln and Gene ind Sinp*oa: Hunter, Grif! : ViliRTi*. l^pctA »nt G*r- . . . . . . , . , nm. i«-ii --no.tnn t, Kintit CItY 7. PB --- The lowly ' N a t i o n a l Leagues home run lead- NUOB i. Kfiin»r i. purrn i, n n .t i so defeated the .. league-leading Cincinnati Redlegs iTM?: 1 "?"· f y . ,., . :5.E*i;? taI ? "',?"""-,"^ r ^,"' · M l i s i l l w h o thnu c l 1if*( rna* HBK--BV Purtn (Gfnifrtt. WF-- K*'n»r. for the first time in 16 games ·*·««·*· "" u »nu»» · iiirumc i r h l N j w-\.«m ( i l L-K»rn.*r Monday night, copping , come- ""* "' 'TM- has appeared m 13 ...... T-m. A-IJ... all-star games. Hodges, with .276 -- -- clears the fence, w-ai cut f r o m ' " ''core of 231 also but had one less i Dupree of Det Moines worked the ,,' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION rir« the A t l a n t a Cracker ro.tter M o n - ! hull's e x e t h a n felhy. Robert F i s h e r , b a s e « until the seventh, when Du- L..I..II. d a v and returned to the r u t s - ' " ' lh(- I/1 A l a m o s . N M.. Security Ipree was relieved by Dave Sten(1 1 ' : . l ,V' r .,' r V. ' Force w a s thir.l with a score o f ; h o u s e . is*rr.Mi h a » e n ' t said \ c t ·** ! Colorado Spring!* victory was !!..'.'",'. Kihlicy Funeral Home L o v e l a n d , C e l e r k d o ,MIM:II J r t . i e M l n ' r r f ( I r e e l e r Cnn- l ^ l ' - ' f e n t U n p i * ( ; r » \ e « i r t * · TMie. 11 k rt . \\,lr.e,rlmy · t I.inn (,roi e. b u r ^ h Pirales ; The Pirates .._ _ w h a t they plax to do with the The t w o d a y pi.lnl shoot was ( U s third straight over Pueblo. most talkrd-about player the concluded Monday w i t h the a s i o - i d a r y Rnll had a shaky start but _ ^ i Southern Assn. h a d - s e e n in m a n y cation's a n n u a l / ' A n n i e Ookley" .settled down and pitched one hit OIM'/.M rrom-hchind 5-2 victory as right- hander Vernon Law pitched a 4.: hitter. »i-.«_i. n ·' Th* defeat left the Redlegs only i««i':j»_i · one game ahead of the idle Phila-i rum.. Fi.«mi« fjelphia Phillies who moved into second-place. Brooklyn and Milwaukee are tied for third place. 1 1 3 games behind. · , , Law was the last Pirate pitcher «· »*i «nft-k · i to beat the Redlegs before Mon average for 10 big league seasons, has appeared in five all-star contests. This year's "dream" game ii scheduled to be played la St. 1 Louis on Jujy I. , , ladies m a t c h . a season -- a player w h o si nick ; ' o u t more often t h a n he got a h i t i Rr "' S m i l h n( Imperial, Neb and who had more t h u m b s t h a n ' P 1 "" 1 (ir!t ln l n m a t c h , in w h i c h | T ftm 7a(, ar ia e p l a y e r w h o ' 1 0 « o m r n competed She had ai'0111 l O M f l l l d i score of 115. Ri:th Justice of J u a n - hall for Ihe last seien innings, i J ," r ""rvJI«!i' l (2? .'»i ",«,."""""* ;;da ' night's cor.te.-t as the Redlegs n c e r s a f i r l d and t h e ' f a n s i n every t o w n 11 i won 15 in a M, «., I M M - I 1 M . I f,,,, J u ] v E row 19.V-, He pulled the hr (,,,. ulaP. Nel. A BcMcf MEMORIAL at LOWER PRICES . ' One t h i n e is c e r t a i n , says S t u a r t ' * l l h ' M a r y ^O " -- he isn't going b a r k to l.meoin ' t h i r d , w i t h 7.V was .(conrl. w i t h 113. Ill verhf-lt of Denver, i Conlracl 3903= CALL IKYSCtNE. J50J. (or MEMORIAL SPRAYS of ihr HIM A W r u l r r n I.e«ctie. w h r r f he hit Wi home rnn«\ lust i *ea'on. "You know," the piuilnl young i m » n »aid. "I w i s h I ha«l hit m : h f i m r run* m t r a i l *»f M. I think 1 wnul.l grt more nf a r h a n r r . "What am I coinj; In ilo? W e l l . . i l ' m not gome hack to Lincoln, if Argenlinan Drubs illi Besmanoff in N'F.W YORK IP - Alei Miteff. KANSAS CITY, K a n . if - A bre«ch of c n n t i a d (u,t i n t m v i n g two w o m e n midgets he trainer! for the w r e s t l i n g ring was filed Monday hy OrviHc Brown, wrestling N.I.OH. n.i m. r»ii» impre.sario. 1 "'r.," 1 7ic"i«.V? ·' He is seeking t"5.C(o from Tom N» i"" "·'"··« Z.iharus of Cripple Creek, Colo. 1( Rrown, K a n s a s City. M o , re:dent, claims t h a t Zahahai also Hanli FUNERAL PIECES On Shin NDtlci "U'e Grow Th* llowers" HAMSEN'S GREENHOUSE ' St. Ith Avt. Ph. 7M --f't*. D«llvtr)r -- ' · »»!·»*···»« «·* ' I h a l ' i w h a t the Pirates h l t e m A r g e n t i n a ' s strong. undefeated known as Tom Vidoranias, mind. I'll go h a r k to Hollywood h c a \ w c u h t . g a \ e G e r m a n y ' s duced the t w o midgets. Carol Ben- and get movie work instead. If Willi R e s m a n o f f a solid drubbing nett and Ann M a r t i n , to break they can't use me in the P i r a t e o r . , M " n d » \ n i c h t to r a c k up his n i n t h their contract w i t h the p l a i n t i f f . Sanitation I wish they would re- i t r a i c h t v i c t o r y . M i t e f f was Brown claims be trained the worn- l c a e me, or sell me." a w a r d e d the u n a n i m o u s decision en for their ring careers and then "'»'',',,, A t l a n t a got Stuart from H o l l y . ' i n the t e l e c a s t lOrounder at St. sent t h e m on an exhibition circuit wood of the Pacific Coast league N i c h o l a s Arrni. under 7ahariai ai agent. May 17. Since then, he had h i t , Thc 23 y e a r old A r g e n t i n e out- B r o w n also is asking for an a f .211. drilled citht home runs, w r i t h e d his G e r m a n r n a l 202*1 to counting of the girls' e a r n i n g s struck out 31 times, knocked in 21 IPO'i anil he used the weight to since 7.ahariai Allegedly notified rum in 2.1 gamr-s. He also had good a d \ a n t a z e made eight errors. He hit six;M mers in Uollywood during a brief j Brsmanolf w a s nai there «yei and bled from lh« nose. pressing me Hio»n he nn longer eared tn perform hit part of the contract. cut oer bothj |U$I THI TRIBUNI WANT ADS ATTENTION. FARMERS! POTATO DUSTING · ALFALFA WEEVIL · WEED SPRAYING · CUTWORMS Call Nolan'* for Contrpl and Free I rupee! Inn NOLAN'S CROP DUSTERS - Phoni 1544-4117

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