Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 22, 1967 · Page 10
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M»hn Free Press, Thursday, June 22, 1967 - '"""Tee press, Thursday, June 22, 1967 - 10 Boston's Yastrzemski Eyes Triple Title Other Red Sox Also Deliver By United Press International season but moved Into sole Boston fans who were willing possession of fourth place to set le for Dick Williams Wednesday nighl when they converting the Red Sox from a whipped the New York Yankees traveling night club into a team g-1 and the Minnesota Twins may wind up with a batting played an elgbMmtog rain- champion, a home run king, a plagued 5-5 tie with the Detroit 20-game winner and a first- Tigers division finish for the first lime Williams, the rookie manager since 1958. w)lo g^bi^ on sMng (OUK(I The Red Sox finished ninth In with his players, Is the No 1 the American League last reason (or the Red Sox 1 revival LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS but others who share in the credit include; - Carl Yastrzemski, who hit only .278 with 16 homers in 1966, The State Purchasing Agent but Is batting .333 with 17 this will receive sealed bids al his season, office, Room 205, Stale House T f Boise, Idaho until; 11:00 A.M* ~ , y toni B llaro . TMOSe -June 29, los? fur the following: cur "nl .305 balling average is HEJ: 1656 PLOW for the Pen- 40 points higher than his .265 itenliary at Boise, Idaho. mark Of last year. All bids will be publicly _ ji m Lonborg, a 10-10 21" VSucV* al the above pitcher last smon ' who has a Forms stating conditions 9-2 record this year, must be secured before bidding. Yastrzemski hit three conse- These are available from the cutive run-scoring singles and state Purchasing Agent's Office. Conlgliaro drove In four runs 1?1P Stxta rti^arvac Ihn rlnkt » n .,, . to with a homer and a single to TED CRAMER »~«« »*t\. ***.« UUA wmi aiiat^ siate Purchasing Agent a K*lnst the Yankees Wednesday June 21,22,23,1957 night. The 6-foot, 5-Inch, 200- ------^--«--^^-- pound Lonborg coasted behind NOTICE TO BIDDERS the assault with a seven-hitter The s.a,e~urchasing Agent «f* bysevenstrikeouts will receive sealed bids at his ,, T} ! e /f ?*· who hav « n ( office, Room 205, Stale House, " n| Shed In the first division Boise, Idaho until: 4:00 P.M. since 1958, stand a creditable JU Rr-g' l .' J67 '° r thc follt)w " lg: 15-18 on t h e ro » d 'his year- Boise, Idaho. wtlen All bids will .. opened and read at time and place. Legion Greets SPORTS LEFTHANDER DARCY FAST, left, gets some last-minute pointersfrom Cubs pitching Coach Fred THREE PITCHERS TO WORK GAME they were be publicly from friendly Fenway Park In the above Boston. The game was marked by a in Lonborg . The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids. These are available from the .- -.Stale Purchasing Agent's Office. P"wier Thad Tillotson with a ~ - · pitch. Players streamed onto the field from both dugouts and bullpens but few punches were thrown and no one was ejected. The Chicago White Sox increased Iheir first-place lead to. 3/; games with 5-2 and 2-1 June a, «, « « 7 Fast Starts Cubs' Opener Tonight NOTICE TO BIDDERS iv. uyi gditica wiui j-ti aim *i The Slate Purchasing Agent victories over the Washington rffiJ U D elveS jns ed « bl , dS H th - l!t s **i# s m * the Baltimore BO!"; ^^,f^7A;P.«b«t the Kansas City July 6, 1967 /or the following:.vAWfitlCS 5-4 In other ALgames. RE'4s; is ,3912, is 3913 fc?Ca).ttorikU at Cleveland was IS 3914 - FROZEN PEAS for Drained Silt'. the IDAHO STATE SCHOOL 4 i n National League games HOSPITAL at NAMPA, IDAHO liu.., ·,,,,, . on F * ,,, B ,, ,' All bids will b« putlleiyopen. -1, '* °, , ^ Fnulcls CO 9-2, ed and read at the above time Chicago defeated Pittsburgh 6-3, and place. Cincinnati nipped Houston 3-2, Forms statingconditions must New York beat Philadelphia 2-0 be secured be/ore bidding M 4 St. Louis shut out Los These are available from Hie Anffelps 2 (1 State Purchalng Agent's Office. T ! , ' ,,, The State reserves the right nn a "»·" lo reject any or ill bids. TED CRAMER June 20, 21, 22, 1967. NOTICE TO BIDDERS average, 11 homers and 50 runs batted In, Yistrzemskt is in the running for a " three tr 'P le cim ' n tm «- He tral , s Fran j, RMn , m of ^ Orioles by five points In average, is four behind. Robin- The Slate Purchasing Agent son and Harmon Klllebrew of will receive sealed bids at his the Twins , n h d , office, Room 205, Stale House, _i_i,i V-M-J r- ,.· , Boise, Idaho until; 2:00 P.M. " * chind Robmson in runs July 7, 1S67 for the following: te"ed in. REQS: is 3901, is 3908, Two-run homers by Dick is 3909, is 3910, WATER McAuliffe and Al Kallne offset TREATMENT for the IDAHO two homers by Klllebrew and STATE SCHOOL HOSPITAL ,_,, bv Rod c ' .( D -, : f at NAM PA, IDAHO. ^ ° y , ,, , J M Detroit All bids will be publtclyopen- where rain helt) U P tne 8 ame ed and read at she above time five times before the umpires and place. called it at 1:03 a.m., EST. The Forms statlngcondiiiorts must game will be replayed in its State Purchasing Agent's Office. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids, TED CRAMER June 20, 21, 22, 1967. PUBLIC NOTICE OF INSTALLMENT PAYMENT DUE UNDER ASSESSMENT LEVIED BY VIRTUE OF LOCAL IMPROVE- M E N T DISTRICT No. 42 i 43 OF THE CITY OF NAMPA, IDAHO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified, in pursuance to Section 50-2929 of the Idaho Code, that there is an annual Installment payment due on or before July 14, 1967 nn all property located within the confines and boundaries of Local Improvement District No, 42 43 of the City of Nampa, Idaho; which property has not paid In full the assessment under the said Local Improvement District No. 42 43. The lime for payment of this 1967 Installment will be due July (4, 1967 and may be made on any day between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 'i:00 P.M. excepting Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays at the office .)f the City Treasurer,Cily Hall, Nampa, Idaho - wherein the assessment rolls are now held. Payment of said annual Installment shall close at 5:00 P.M. on the 2nd day of August. After the 2nd day of August 1967 this 1967 installment payment will become delinquent and a 2% (two percent) penally will be added and will bear interest at the rale of ten (10%) percent per annum. You are hereby referred lo the records and files and ordinances of and concerning said Local Improvemenl District No. 42 4 43 which are by reference thereto made a part hereof as on Au ^ ". The White Sox won the first game of their doubleheader with the help of Tommie Agee's tr 'P le Mt) a SaCriJiCe ^ "V Don took the nightcap on Tom McCraw's eighth homer leading off the seventh. The sweep was the White Sox' fifth In 11 doubleheaders. Hoyt Wilhelm protected the victory for Bruce Howard with three shutout relief innings in the opener and Bob Locker preserved Jim O'Toole's win with two shutout relief innings in the nightcap. F. Robinson's 21sthomerwith one on in the fourth inning and Dave Johnson's two-run double in the sixth were the big blows of the Orioles' eight-hit attack. Pete Richer! went 6 2-3 Innings to win his second game since he was acquired by the Orioles and raise his season record to four victories and eight defeats. The Atlanta P.raves obtained Bob Uecker to catch Phil Niekro's pilches but he's proved more adept al hitting Ron Herod's pitches. Uecker, batting just .057 lor the Braves and .114 for the season, was obtained in a trade with Philadelphia for Gene Oliver on June 6 mainly to catch Niekro's tricky knuckleball pitches. But Uecker was pressed into the starling lineup when Joe Torre sprained his ankle last week. Practically helpless at the piste since he's joined the Braves, Uecker connected (or By BOB HOOKER CALDWELL - Lefthander Darcy Fast will take the mound tonight In starting the Caldwell Cubs on their quest of a third Pioneer League baseball pennant in four years. Game time Is 8 at Simplot Stadium as Hie Cubs battle the Idaho Falls Angels to launch the 66-ganie slate, to the four- team loop's other opener Salt Lake Cfty (Giants) visit defending champion Qgden (Dodgers). Mayer N. E. (Coley) Smith will lead a brigade of civic leaders In helping Manager George Freese's Cubsopenthelr pennant bid. While Fast will start, the 20. year-old ace from Portland's Warner Pacific College will not finish as Freese said, "None of our pitchers are ready yet to try that." Tbe Cubs skipper will call on Charley Hunt and Joe Reyda to supply relief work in tonight's game. Freese's opening lineup will be Gene Hilliard, second base; Roy Hutchlnson, third base; Terry Hughes, shortstop; Enrique Rosendo, first base; Jim McNath, center field; Jeff Rude, left field; Tom Wlielan, catcher; Bruce Johnson, right field; and Fast, pitcher. However, Freese plans no set lineup, even in a winning streak, in order to give all 19 hands a fairly equal amount of playing time. "We'll play it by ear from day to day," the 40-year- old former major leaguer stated. Fast compiled a 5-1 pitching record for Portland's Waner Pacific College this past spring. Hunt had a 6-3 Portland prep mark, and Reyda went 9-1 at Upsala (N.J.) this spring. Whelan, Rude and Hilliard hit ,330, .250 and .207, respectively, a year ago while playing for the Cubs. Wltelan, who recently reported to the team from the Lodi club of thc California League, led the Pioneer wheel last summer In doubles with 13. Hilliard met the ball well, but the former Oregon State football and diamond star ran into tough luck by hitting the ball right at someone. Rude sprayed hits for Southern Oregon College at a .417 clip in 1966 before Joining the Cubs for last year's session. Hutchinson played two years for the University of Kentucky and is a deft fielder. Hughes was the nation's No. 2 choice in the recent major league draft and signed for a sizeable bonus, with only Atlanta's Ron Blomberg picked ahead of him by the Yankees. Rosendo batted between .350 and .360 for his torn team in his native Puerto Rico, and tie Isex- pected to supply a good deal of the Cubs' power. McNath hit .583 in prep circles this past spring in his native Tuscaloosa, Ala, He collected five home runs and 33 runs batted in during 12 games. Johnson, a student at Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) College.batted .320 and .448 his last two years of prep ball in Portland. He did not try out for the college team. The Cubs schedule: . HOME GAMES . June 22-23-24 Idaho Kails; June 29-30-July 1 Ogden; July 3-4-5 Salt LaJte City; July 1314-15-16 Ogdenj July 17-18-1920 Salt Lake City; July 25-2627-28 Idaho Falls, Aiij. 8-9-1011 Idaho Falls; Aug. 21-22-2324 Salt Lake City; Aug. 25-2627-28 Ogden. ROAD GAMES June 25-26-27 Idaho rails; July 6-7-8 Osden; July 10-1112 Salt Lake City; July 21-2223-24 Ogden; July 31-Auf. 1-23 Idaho Falls; Aug. 4-5-6-7 Salt LaXe City; Aug. 12-13-1415 Ogden; Aug. 16-17-18-19Salt Lake City; Aug. 29-30-31-Sept. 1 Idaho Falls. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS Ontario Woman Hikes Coif Lead PAYETTE - Mrs. Jackie Attebery of Ontario boosted her lead in the Treasure Valley Women's golf tournament Wednesday to three strokes by touring the Scotch Pines layout in 83 foraSG-holetotalof 165. Nampa's Vickie Mallea remained runner-up after carding an 85 for a 36-bole total of 168 Bobbi Weeks isthlrd in the championship night with a two^iay total of 172. The meet continued today. Bev Moss, with 186, has an eight-stroke advantage over Tina Chrlstensen in the first flight. Helen Wells, at 187, tops tho second flight by four strokes over Naomi Shaw. Doris Mace retained the third night lead with 193, 11 strokes ahead of runner-up Lou Echanis. Mary De Bord, with 203, has a three-stroke edge over Irene Steiner In the fourth flight. Nettine Maslngill's 204 paces the fifth night by lOstrokesover Alice Prosser. Wins WAC Honor SALT LAKE CITY (UP1) Versatile Virgil Carter, college football's most prolific offensive player while directing the Brigham Young University attack, Wednesday was selected United Press International Western Athletic Conference athlete-of-the- year. Carter, a senior quarterback for the Cougars, set several national offensive marks and virtually rewrote the BYU record book. 20,000 Trout Planted For Boy Scout Fishing sl » m ° w Herbel We *esday to city of Namp», id.ho give the Braves a 9-Z victory June 1», 20, 21, 22, 23, i»7. over the San Francisco Giants. Twenty thousand ralnbowtrout are being planted In Buttonhook Bay on Lake Pend Orellleforthe boys attending the Boy Scout World Jamboree at Farragut State Park Aug. 1-9,noted the Idaho Fish and Came Department today. Director John R. Woodworth commented that these fish are being supplied by Bob Erkfns d Buhl and will be transported and planted by the department. Jamhoree officials are placing a net at (he month of Buttonhook Bay. This will be a V« mesh net (648 feet long ard up to 45 feet deep) that will divide Buttonhook Bay from the rest of Lake Pend Orielle. Ma- terlals for the n«t are being donated by various companies. Woodworth also noted ttiat the department Is sponsoring a wildlife exhibit at the jamboree. This exhibit will feature various birds, mammals and fish found in Idaho. Recently construction of the exhibit was greatly aided by the help of six boys from the Fish and Game Explorer Post No. 188 of Lewlston. A walkway of 110 yards was completed; two 6x8 foot fiberglass tanks for waterfowl and beaver were installed; and the big game pens were started. NAMPA -- Having been rained out of Wednesday night's game with Bishop Kelly of Boise, the Nampa Legion baseball team (3-8) welcomed the respite. "That gives us a little more time togefreadyforthebigweek- end ahead," said Coach Norm Hall. On Saturday Nampa will be host to Caldwell, Coeur d'Alene and tewlston in four games with Caldwell and Nampa playing one each against the two northern rivals. On Sunday (he clubs move to Caldwell to duplicate the process. Both days Nampa will play al 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. with Caldwell games being at 1 p.m. and7p.m. The Nampa club was battered last weekend on its road trip to Oregon and northern Idaho as several players suffered injuries. Pitcher Randy Shroll, the club's No. 1 mound ace, hurt his arm and is lost indefinitely. NFL, AFL Agree To 16 Clashes NEW YORK (UPI)-The National and American Football Leagues, taking yet another major step in their historic merger, today announced record pre-season schedules, including the first exhibition games ever played between the two leagues. The NFL has slated 51 games and the AFL 29. Of these, 16 will be interleague games, starting with I he clash at Denver between the Broncos and the Detroit Lions on Aug. 5. Getting the jump on its big brother, the AKL kicks off its pre-season campaign July 29 at Akron, Ohio, with a game between Denver and the Miami Dolphins. This will be the first AFL game ever played in Ohio and helps set, the stage for Cincinnati's entry into the league in 1968, .,, .,. . Siill free, Clay Eager tor Bouts CHICAGO (UPi; - Former heavyweight champion Cassius Clay said the "grace ol Allah" would decide whether he goes to prison for evading the draft, but meanwhile he wants to do some more boxing. Within the next several months, Clay told a news conference here Wednesday, he may fight Germany's Karl Mildenberger, lop contender for the World Boxing Association heavyweight crown; Argentina's Oscar Bonavena, former U.S. Olympian Joe Frazier, or Canada's George Chuvalo. All four pulled out of a proposed "tournament" to pick a successor to Clay. Clay said ChuvaloandFrazier would have to beat him before they "could think about being legitimate champions," no matter who wins what Clay called a "blind robin" WBA tourney (o pick a holder of Clay's forfeited crown. Stanky, Rigney AL All-Star Coaches BOSTON (UPI)-Hank Bauer, manager of the 1966 World Champion Baltimore Orioles will be assisted by Eddie Stanky, manager of the Chicago White Sox and California Angel field general Bill Rigney at this year's All-Star game on July 11, it was announced Wednesday by AL president JoeCronin. Paul's Pisa VIENNA GARDEN SPORT PARADE Bean Ball Fight Unlike Old Days FRIDAY NITE BUFFET Served 7 to 10:30 P.M. Seafood and Other $ O 00 Delectable Entrees £ Music by the "VIENNA DUO" [ FRIDAY OQ P.M..SATURDAY 9:00 P.M. MSUUTKM AflTypet FKWUSSKSIUTORS 4*44401 iTEAK HOUSE! AND VIENNA GARDEN 139 Caldwell Blvd. -- Nompa By MILTON EICHMA.N -NEW YORK (UPl)-Sal Maglie, a real connoisseur when it comes to bean ball battles, turned up his nose at this one and said if was a big nothing. Maglie ought to know. He was in plenty of them. He's the Red Sox pitching coach now and pushing 50 but just to keep his hand in he plunked Bobby Avila on the shoulder with what once used to be his best fast ball in an Old Timers' game at Cleveland last Sunday. Anyway, Maglie didn't think much of Wednesday night's near free-for-all at Yankee Siadium where the Red Sox slaughtered the Yankees 8-1 and where Jim Lonborg and Thad Tillotson conked a couple of guys on the skull. "It was nothing like some of the ones we used to have with the old Giants and Dodgers," Sal snorted contemptuously. "The only thing that reminded me of those good old days was when Lonborg came up to bat and got booed. Remember how they used lo give it to me?" The one they gave it to Wednesday night, though, was Joe Pepitone, who was dumped on Ms wrisl by rugged George Scolt when both teams came charging out on the field in the second inning. Joey Foy had his helmet knocked off by a Tillotson .fast ball, Lonborg then returned the compliment to Tillotson and later Lonborg popped pinch- hitter Dick Howser with a sizzler atop his hard hat, but it was Pepitone who ended up with a sprained left wrist, angry red spike wounds on his legs and a sorely bruised vanity. II all came about in the bottom of the second after Lonborg hit Tillotson and the Yankee pitcher began giving the Red Sox right-hander some verbal heal. Thai annoyed Foy, who had been a Tillotson target in the top of the inning, and he started advancing toward him from his third base position. "If you wanna fight," Foy hollered at Tillotson, "come alter me, not Lonborg." By this time some of the Yanks had come out of their dugout and Pepilone, who was among them, called out to Foy: "Never mind him. I'll fight you." That one was broken up pretty quickly and it seemed as if peace would be restored until two old buddies. Rico Petrocelll and Pepitone, who grew up in the same Brooklyn neighborhood together, began joking with one another. "They were passing words and I thought they were kidding," explained Scott later. "I looked at Rico and he said they were kidding. I thought it was a helluva time to be kidding when both teams were on the field six inches from each other." Next thing you knew there were Pepitone and Petrocelll going for each other's jugular vein. Just kidding, of course, Scott only did what comes naturally. He clamped an arm- lock on Pepitone, spun him around and the next thing you knew there was Joey down on the ground. The two rival managers, Dick Williams and Ralph Ilouk, also were in the arena but they wera trying to restore peace. "Do you think we oughtta have a summit meeting?" Williams asked Houk at one point. Two innings later, Houk got the thumb from umpire Bill Haller for getting his blood pressure worked up over a decision at first base. Coolest guy in the ball park during the principal fracas was Lonborg, who simply remained on the mound while only a few feet behind him it looked like the Middle East crisis with both clubs scjuared off on the first base side of the infield. "I didn't care about any tight," said the Boston string- bean. "All I was looking to do was win the ball game. What did I care about Tillotson? I wanted them to give me the ball so I could get on with the game." In time they did and he did. Williams excused Foy from the game early. It was a rough week for the Red Sox third baseman. His home in the Bronx burned down Sunday just as he was about to visit it and Tillotson didn't exactly tickle him with that second inning fast ball. The shot made Joey feel a little wobbly. But Maglie said it wasn't anywhere like old times. LOOKING FOR BARGAINS in ontiqu.s? Check the Clossified Column! now] LAKEVIEWPUK PAR 3 GOLF COURSE OPEN: Tues. tin Sin. Onti 9AM-9PM MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODA7T

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