Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 17, 1967 · Page 9
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Krec Press i Caldwell News-Tribune, Saturday, June 17.1961 - 9 Idalio Krec Press i Caldwell News-inuune. saruroay, jime i r. u«. · Angels' Held Back to Haunt Orioles By United Press International Woodie Reid's latest journey MS turned jnto a long-awaited holiday '(or the 35-year-old utility man, but his former employers in Baltimore aren't too crazy about the souvenirshe gave (hum. The veteran infielder-out-field der relumed to Baltimore with the Angels Friday night and was instrumental in causing the Orioles a twin defeat as he homered in each game to lead the Angels to a 2-1 and 5-3 sweep of a double header. In other American League action, Washington swept a doubleheader from Boston 1-0 and 4-3, and Cleveland edged Minnesota 2-1 in 10 innings. Rain postponed a twi-night doubleheader between Detroit and Kansas City and also washed out a single game between Chicago and New Vork. Philadelphia beat Pittsburgh 5-3, Cincinnati edged Los Angeles 3-2, St. Louis topped San Francisco 5-3, Atlanta beat Houston 9-8 in 10 innings and Chicago defeated New York 4-3 in 10 innings in National League games. Held entered the first game in the third inning alter shortstop ·fam Fregosi was injured and ended an O-for-23 slump with a single in the sixth inning before ·breaking a 1-1 tie in the ninth 1 with Ms second homer ol the year. In the nightcap, Held got the Angels a 2-0 lead in the third when he blasted a two-run homer off rookie Bill Oillman. Jose Qrdenal added a two-run homer later in the contest and California went on to score its fifth straight victory and hand the Orioles their fifth straight loss. Minnie Rojas was credited with his sixth victory in the opener for the Angels and rookie Ken Turner, who retired 13 of 14 batters he faced in relief, got credit for his first major league triumph in the nightcap. Pitcher nob I'riddy's squeeze bunt scored Ken McMullen in the third inning for the only run in the opener anil the Senator righthander, with relief help from Dave Baldwin, made the run stand up. Me Mullen also scored ttie winning run in the nightcap as the Senators rallied for four runs in the ninth inning to edge Boston. Casey Cox picked ufi the victory in relief. Chuck Hinton's single scored Larry Brown with the winning run as the Indians topped the Twins behind the eight-hit pitching of Luis Tiant. Rod Carew had a homer for the. Twins to extend his hitting streak through 15 games. Larry Jackson felt a little lonely before he took the mound for the second time in three days Friday night but when it was all over he was (lie proudest guy in Philadelphia. The 36-year-old righthander, who has had trouble getting untracVed this season, came back after only one day's rest .to pitch the Phillies past the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3. Jackson had gone five innings on Wednesday night before his regular turn was pushed up by manager Gene Mauch because of ineffectiveness nf the entire i Philadelphia pitching staff, Jim Bunning Mas hospitalized with bronchitis and starters Dick Ellsworth and Rick Wise have been hit hard recently, leaving Jackscn as the only pitcher eligible for a starting role. "I knew I had to go all the way because there was no one out there to come in," Jackson said after setting (lie heavy- hitting Pirates down on eight hits. The veteran hurler, whotoiled with the Cardinals and Cubs before coining t.i the Phils in 19G6, picked up his first victory at home Ihis year after six defeats. Richie Allen drove in two runs with his eighth homer of the season and a long triple to help Jackson gain his fourth victory in 11 decisions. Adolfo Phillips provided the Cubs an early 3-0 lead with a three-run homer in the fifth inning and scored the winning run on John Boccabella's sacrifice fly in (he lOUi. The Cardinals scored four times in the first inning on two run singles by Mike Shannon and Julian Javier. Ron Willis and Joel Hoerner came on in the late innings to preserve Ray Washburn's third victory in six decisions. Lee May backed up Mel Queen's four-hit pitching with his fourth home run of the season to keep the Reds in first place. Cincinnati lost the services of Pete Rose with a bruised right shoulder and Leo Cardenas with a fractured finger. Atlanta scored an unearned run in the 10th inning on Sonny Jackson's two base error and offset Jim Wynn's seventh homer in his last eight games. Aaron scored the winning run after he reached second on Jackson's error, advanced to third on Felipe Alou's sacrifice fly and came home on Clete Boyer's ground out. Rust)' Staub had tied the game with a Iwo out single in the bottom of the ninth. SPORTS NCAA RECORDS SET USC Takes Track Lead PROVO, Utah (UP!) - T h e NCAA track and field champ- onships, a showcase for superstars, reaches a climax tonight with talent laden Southern California expected to run a w a y with its 24th national title in the 46-year history of the event. Coach Vern Wolfe's Trojans carried a commEliig lead into the final round at B r i g h a m Young University Stadium. After completion of seven ev- McCubbins beat out a field w h i c h included defending champ Bob Richards of BYU to take the 3,000 meter steeplechase title. He covered the distance in 8:51.4 -- also a stadium record. Other team scores included: Kansas, Rhode Island, Texas A and M, Tennessee all with 10 and defending champion UCLA was tied with Southern Illinois, Cornell, Utah Stale and Kansas ents Friday night Ihe Trojans state, all with eight each, had 24 points to 14 for runner- Superstars competing tonight up Brigham Young. Oregon had included Seagren, middle dis- 12 points followed by Washing- lance runner Jim Ryun, world ton State and Oklahoma State record holder in the mils; and with 11. Tommie Smith of San J o s e The men from Troy, boasting state in the 220. exceptional strength in t h e flowers, who is also a foot- NICKLAUS ONE STROKE OFF LEAD Palmer Overcomes Hip fo Lead Open ·148 was the second lowest in open history. Pressing the three leaders most closely were a trio at par 140 -- Australian Bruce Deulin, new pro Deane Beman, and amateur Marty Fleckman, the surprising first-round leader SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (DPI)- 15th and then attacked the 6Z3- Aching hip or not, Arnold yard nth, the "monster" of the Palmer has proved he still can course, and got another bird "charge" from behind in the when he plunked a 14-footer. big tournaments; now he's got In the third-round pairings, to prove he can run in front. Palmer was coupled with Heading into today's third Nicklaus as the last two off the round of the U.S. Open goU tee- a coupling that could championship at steam-heated create a huge spectator traffic who had a13 with lour bogeys Baltusrol Colt Club, Palmer's jam. mi one tlraie 131 total for 30 holes gave him a Nicklaus is playing with a one-stroke lead over Jack new putter whose head is Nicklaus and his painted putter painted white. He says he likes and two strokes over defending it because, quite simply, "it champion Billy Casper. puts the ball In the cup." It "How does it feel to be in must, because Nicklaus' 67 was front? I'll let you know Sunday the best round he's ever shot in gnake Rjver Boa tj n g Association -if I'm still there," said an Open. · ^ j, clf j t |, e j r atmua i D0a t races Casper, who plays so calmly nex( (mAv/ ano s^day, June i n-iirnc (ho ITJirlPQCCiriTI "nSlllP _ . _ Homedale Boat Races Scheduled HOMEDALE - The Homedale and the Palmer grimly as he got set to sprints and hurdles were expected lo pad their margin with points from pole vaulter Bob Seagren. Two NCAA records were set and six BYU Stadium marks fell in Friday night's competition before 8,304 fans. USC's Earl McCullouch w o n the 120 yard high hurdles in a meet record time of 13.4 but he had to share the record with Richmond Flowers of Tennessee., Other winners Friday night were Bob Narcessia of Rhode Island in the hammer t h r o w , Gary Ard of Kansas in the long jump and Chris McCubbins of Oklahoma State in the steeplechase. Narcessian had a throw of 191 feet V? inch in the hammer as eastern schools dominated the event. Ard leaped a stadium record distance of 25 feet 9 inches on his last try to take the 1 o n g jump. Jim Helton of Utah State was second and Bob Henrslian of BYU was third. College Baseball COLLEGE WORLD SERIES At Omaha, Neb. Fourth Round Houston 3, Arizona State 1 Game Tonight Arizona Stale vs. Stanford ball player at Tennessee, r a n his record setting race in the first heat of the semi - finals, w h i l e McCullouch posted his 13.4 as the two t a c eid one another in' the'finals! The old mark was 13.6 set in 1951 by Lee Calhoun of North Carolina College. Giant Handy Mat son, the world's premier weightmanalso established an NCAA record in GOING TO HIS RIGHT, Terry Hughes of the Caldwell Cubs cuts off a ball at shortstop. Hughes, 18, recently was the No. 2 draft choice in the major league selections. --(Staff Photo) PREP PHENOM ARRIVES AT CALDWELL Hughes, No. 2 Baseball Draftee, Bolsters Cubs By BOB HOOKER , -- Terry Hughes, his own record of 67 f e e 11'/? inches se' ? year ago. McCullouch, FlowersandMat- son shared honors with cannonball Charlie Greene of Nebraska in the second night of (he meet, Greene considered the world's best short distance runner, completed a rare sweep in collegiate track by winning h i s . third consecutive NCAA 100 yard dash title. Greene who tied the w o r 1 d record in Thursday'sprelimina- ries with a time of 09.1 won the title with a clocking of 09.2.. Only two other men, Ralph Metcalfe and Mel Patton, two all time great sprinters, have turned the trick. Greene felt he ran faster Friday night than in the record performance of Thursday b u t the clocks didn't agree. Standings this poinl three times--in '62, '63, and '66-and he lost all of those. Friday's two-under-par 68, fashioned when he "charged" from behind with three birdies in the backstretch, should have wiped out any lingering doubts about Palmer's ailing right hip, which he reported before the tourney has been giving him "a little trouble" because of a muscle spasm. But Palmer admitted that he still felt the hip "a little" Ethel Hughes of tyartanburg, in general studies this fall. Af- Friday, although he added, "it Terry has one sister, Debra, ter two years there, he might go didn't bother me much." 9. He did his own negotiating to the University of South Caro- Nicklaus, who had a three- major league baseball draft, ar- of his contract with the Cubs, lina. under-par 67, and Casper, with rived Friday without fanfare and aided by Bob Tallant, his Le- While curves givehimdifficul- a par 70, were in the clubhouse is willing to bear down and do gion baseball coach, ty in batting, he likes fast ball with their 138 and 139 when 'It was a square deal by the pitching. This past spring when Palmer blew the bugle for his Cubs as they knew I had pre- he hit .615 In 12 games for Dor- charge, viously talked to just about all man High, Terry also collected Gen. Palmer was even par for the other 19 majorleagtie clubs," four homers and drove in 15 the day, one under for the 185 pound'slick fielding short- Hughes said, runs. tourney, at the time as a result stop. Already scouts say he can Terry was signed after much It's certain he will get a long, of a bogey on the sixth and a carry anyone's glove in the ma- viewing by Cubs' scouts Rube close look by Caldwell Manager birdie on Ihe 10th. He canned a jors, but his hitting is suspect Wilson and Doc Mathias. George Freese and the Cubs' six-foot putt for a bird on the despite.400, .350and.615 marks "All the fielding plays come coaching staff as Pioneer League in this three years for Spar- natural for me," said Hughes play unfolds. The loop opener tanburg's Dorman High School, "except for the throws deep in is slated here next Thursday "Let's face it," said Hughes the hole at short." Possessing against Idaho Falls. Friday. "There's a great deal good speed, he considers him- However, it's afairbet Hughes I have to learn about baseball self an adequate baserunner -- won't be around for all 66 Pio-- I can't hit curves very well probably not as quick on the neer League games as he will -- but 1 hope to do things well base paths as Larry Williams probably move up to a higher for Caldwell and the future clubs who is in ihe Cubs'camp -- but classification before long. In 1 play for. . above average, the distance awaits Chicago's "Maybee in two or three years Hughes also averaged "about Wrigley Field. I'll be ready for the majors -- 15 points a game" in prep has- __^____ let's hops so," he added. ketball while at Dorman High. Atlanta's Ron Blomberg was "We didn't have an outstanding the first choice in the recent team in my high school career draft and he went to the Van- so never went to the state tour- kees' chain. Then came the nament," he recalled. Gibs' pick of Hughes, just a- Included in his Cubs' contract head of the Red Sox" landing is a stipulation he can finish defend his skinny nargin. he gives the impression that he 24 _ 25 accrjr ^rig to Chamber vice This is the first time Palmer could shoot par or better pres i(j er t Ray Tolsma. has led the Open alone at the effortlessly every day, had two halfway mark, and 137 equals birds and two bogeys. Looking Some 90 entries are expected his best 3G-hole Open score, back at last year when he was from the Western states, Tpls- He's been tied for the lead at tied for the lead with Palmer at ma said, but an entry list is 137 he said simply, "Iwouldsay unavailable as of now. I'm two shots worse off than lad year." The field was cut to the low 60 and ties for the last two rounds and the cutoff score of The Chamber will set up concession booths for both days. The races on Saturday will start at 4 p.m. and on Sunday at 2p.m, a good job for the Caldwell Cubs of the Pioneer League, Hughes, an 18-year-old from Spartanburg, S.C., is a 6-l'/ ? , HEAVY DUTY Front End Alignment ANY She Track ANY Six* Car General Tire Service CALDWELL BOISE SrhUWmont 810 Front St. 459-1511 343-1844 DOWNER'S GIGANTIC FACTORY American League f.lvcago - Dilrcil 32 Mlr.rtKlo X fiislon 30 Cleveland » Konsos Cil» .... » Baltimore 31 New York 31 California 30 Washington 27 Win Hit ret. Irklnd 33 B .5!? li J41 I'.i Red Mark CINCINNATI lUPI) -- Cy Seymour set Cincinnati's batting record when he hit .317 in of Caldwell High School pitch- college. Terry has picked Spar- 1965 and the mark hasn't, been j ng ace Mike Garman. tanburg Junior College as a topped by a Red since. The son of the widowed Mrs. starting point and will enroll DETROIT lUPI) -- The city recreation department re-1 cently announced a new plan to give housewives a break from | kitchen duty. 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