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Page 4 GKEELEY TRIBUNE Saturday, June 15, 19R7 Leg Paul Moloney, Editor ion-llks Stifle Bine, 6-3, on Pitching Klu Active Again with Big Stick; White Sox, Yanks, Indians Win; Gilliam Steals Home for Victory Major League Bl Tat ASSOCIATED TIKIS NATIONAL LEAGUE \Newspaper Coverage Studied By College Baseball Officials By ED WILKS THE ASSOCIATED P R E S S ror made one Phil run unearned.' The third oil off Spshn, now 7-3, i Ted Kluszewiki has come bark wit Hip RepuUici's swinging for Cincinnati in that home run. crazy, mixed up National League | Two walks and ok r. :!idcX L i . l w. L m. on j --._J1'._~. M u «J w - The American Association of Col- ··- -.. ,, I' ," : .J!lcse E25«b*» Coachfs is 2J U i u 3^ III 911 Saturday's Schcdula steps to improve newspaper coverage of college baseball throughout the nation, Dr. L. C. (Pete) Butler 'said Friday. pennant race where Ihe Redlegt j t h e bases for the Dodjers in the single loaded | rmcinmu n s«- York-Unrein (Mi | B u ti[ r returned to Greeley Wed have lost nine of their list 13 flames hut have fallen only a half- lOIti, ind when bonus kid Undy McDanie] went into his windup with i 1-0 count on Roy Campa- out of first place. | K l u S l i m i 4 H l l i , Ont · Homtr ] n cll», Gillian) let fly. Don Ne'w- I Big K)u, making his second I combe won it, on his 31st birthday .starling appearance since quitting _ for his /iflh victory. ! ' t h e disabled list Wednesday, had Haddli (1-1) Si. Uuls at Brooklyn-Jones 13-1) vs. o al PllUburlh-Dralujvisky ( 1 3 ) I t i l l . Cralf f ' K i . . · The ttrcclcy Lrttiun-Klks base-! nint in the seventh inning, hall team opened its inr,7 A m e r i - ; Teller worked the middle three c=n Lesion p l a y i n g season rricl.iv, j n n i n p s lo earn lhe victory. Me, four hits, one a 2 run homer, and The Cubs swung for 17 hits against Ron Kline, who lost his scored Ihrce runs Friday nieht a s ! ninth, and four relievers. Ernie Ihe Redlcgs defealcd Ihe New j Banks drove in four runs, two i York Gianls 5-4 and junktd their | with his eighth homer, is Dick ! losing streak al four games. I D r o t t won his fifth. The Rcdlegs reclaimed second! Dick Donovan had the Senator. fil. Lnult BroQklin II UlOlQfS) L.! Qd - nk.e Mll ' phiiaddphia-Buhi ij.j.1' ncsday from the NCAA College ' World Series and Ihe AACBC meetings at Omaha, Neb. Butler is chairman of the statistics committee of tht AACB.C. "In Omaha we prepared a uniform statistics form which will be presented to the National Association of College Commissioners and to t h e College Publicists Assn.," But- Friday'i Rttulli . AID 000 000 wo Mi POO ind H. Smhr,; Ncwcombe 001 l(rt--10 r b l U d f l p b l a (Mil 000 001--"3 - . , fipahn and Sawattkl, {Vandal! ( 9 1 ; I Jer said. Cardwtl. Parrel ( I I , Morehead ( 9 ) , l l c a l n 1 9 ) and Lopjla. l.nnnetl (9). C l n c l n n . l l Na« York III? 110--A II 1 000 100 1130--1 · 1 F.ivbrs fiilri. Extra b;isp power and sharp base running helped llic Leyiun- P.Iks lo its fcconil walked Ihrrc men in n row (henl n r a v «. w «' skidded Philadelphia to fourth, I'/i games back, with a halter to Kive Cheyenne its second r u n . Tellpz allowed one 10-2 victory on Warren Spahn's 3-hit pitching, Brooklyn took over victory. A ills- 1 harmless liil lind struck nut Ihrfc. . - trict 3 «amr schrilulrd la.=t n m s porter, Lppinn-Elks risht- '. ln ' r( li one S«mc away, as J u n i o r Wednesday against Esios I 1 n r k i |,a m |,. r , f, U iml 'ihe slrikc out pitch l ( ; i l l i a m «lole home with two out ·was forfeited lo Groolcy wlinn | |o hn I l k i n R ,ns he whilfcil eight i in " lc 10 " 1 ' nn '"S lo beat St. Louis innings I 2 ' 1 a n d T 1 ' 1 lhl! / i f l h place C "' Estes failed In show up at Forbes : nien in field. IVildnc-Hs by I.epiiiii-I'.'Iks i h o pitcher Jon Mclandei 1 put Greeley behind, 1-n, in the firsi i n n i n g . Mc- lander slruck oul the firs 1 . Cheyenne bailer, walked nnu. slruck oul another Ihen wnlkcil three men in a row to force in .1 run. iMeliin-k-r hurled .shutout hall the next Iwo innings. Mclnndcr nave up no hit? bul w.-.lked five and hil sine b u t t e r . He slruck ;ml six. The Lc^icn-l^lks en me K- life in the I'.iiid fcurlli and fiftli innings final three innings, i . . Purler got Iwo men nn strikes and l m n a l £ 2Vj 8 a m c s nf( lhc , nn · ii Kriiiinil biill in lhe scv-l Cub« Whip Plritej Itr, UrllMlm 171, Anlonclll l l , Wonhlnj- . 30] D?l 020--11 17 MH) IDA (HO-- 3 I riltiburih Droll and Nenn Lemon 'and Bob Usher homered ipn (9) and Kati, westniir to bring on reliever Bob Keegan -- who then gave up a homer lo Eddie Yost before getting the final oul. Winlesi Chuck Stobbs lost his llth. Tom Sturdivanl won his fifth for lhe Yankees, giving up five of the [Chiciio ]A's eight hils U Vic Power and [ Rob Cerv. Five runs in the fiflh AMERICAN LEAGUE enlh. lie struck out the side in or-! The Pittsburgh Pirntee, riding t P ut iL wa r for t" 6 Yankees, with ,!,.» :.. i i : . , ! . , l . !..., : . . , ' c -- . ...: ! -. ,_ . . _ L . I I M i r l r p v M a n l l p . ' B I B I h hnmpr nrlrl. iler in the e i g h t h but ran into a 5-game winning slreak, were belt- touch nf wihliicss in Ihc.ninlh. I l c l e d 11-5 by Chicago's lasl place walked l u n men after striking out the Irailoff hitler. A double sent one run r.cross lhe plate. Porler Mickey Mantle's 19th homer adding two more in the eighth. Boston ripped Duke Maas for in"lhe American League every- lnree runs in lne firsl innin *. Dut Ciihs. "ling remained Ihe same. The w. L. i-ei. I,B . II 17 -«67 k -_- 31 2 .JJS Detroli M 15 .54.1 a Cleveland 3B 14 .518 BH noslon .. 17 M .491 9 Baltimore _. 23 30 .414 12 Kansas City _ _... 23 31 .4:612*4 Washlnilon _ 19 3a .333 IB Saturday's Schedule al Chlcafo-Kemrrer 1-S) the righthander then put the Ti- | VS. . Donovan (S-2), New York at Kannai City one r u n Across t e p a t e . Porter l n g r e m a n e I e same. e - , , i . i i . , . M o , n 3 . ) then walked another to load (he Chicago While Sox made it nine « eri inl ° lhe lead wllh a 2-run | Bo.ion ai D.i,oii_Nix on (4-D , u.i.r bases. But he came on lo strike i" « TM» over Washington, 10.4, j h " m ".m the fifth. Harvey Kuenn's '^..^'j; ^ eisaa _ o . DeK M . 0) ,, out the next two halters, throwing i l ° r e l a 'n · 4-fiame edge over the »h-inning homer was the clincher, ~ , ^ , . . l . u . T l l l h l _ . . _ ' . . a , I , I n n \ T q « B 4 11 fnnnrrl only one called .ball each lo the two swingers. The Lefiion-rciks will go lo Ft. to tjk-c nv«r the. for keeps. A i C n|li, 15 f,,,- a district 3 gome Sun- ilouHc liy Pat BaRRol und nn error! ,i a y. G a m e lime will be 2 p m on Melandcr's t'roundcr led lo one joach I'ctc D'Amalo's nine will Legions-Elks run In the third. An error, a stolen b:iso, a single, another stolen base and an error accounted for two Greeley runs in the. fourth. Rich Rangcl turned in iTlurn lo Forbes field next Wednesday to meet Windsor al n p.m. Chayenno 2nd-place New York Yankees.' who gi ^ in £, M ;| as , a '" 3 "" " *·"'"'· ''" . thumped Kansas City l o t . Detroit 'remained !n third, beating BosUin 5-4, and Cleveland stayed in fourth wilh a 7-2 decision over Baltimore. Kluszewskl belted Iwo singles and a double in addilion lo his Bobby Avila's 3-run homer in the seventh nailed Mike Garcia's sec-j ond victory and firsl complete game in 12 starts. Dick Williams, traded lo lhe Indians by lhe Orioles for Jim Busby earlier in lhe firsl home run of lhe year. Joe day '' hn(1 three h U B one a home Rome fine base runnliiR in the f i f t h inning .15 he readied base on a «" cn ' single then stole second mid lliird. M l i r P h J'. He came In on Jerry Tollcz's infield oul. Baggo^ Bryan, ss Dci.sch, rf ._ Weekly. c ndg£UL ,-, MII^IC, ,1 JiKMUII UUM!, · ' Rangel's triple and an infield oul i rs/scKlo. cf plalcd Ihe Legion-Elks final Iwo Mayer, Pafton Tie at Lead in Open Golf Gish, Ib Biedelman, 3b 4 Poines, p 4 . N u x h a l l won his second, bul need- r u n - D u a b y was cd Busier Freeman's relief help when the GianLs, held lo Iwo hits R H E for sovcn innings, scored three I 0 O l r u n s in the eighth. Willie Mays' 2 | ) 0;12lh homer brought i n t w o runs 0 l 3 , i n Ihe rally. 0 · o 0 Hank Aaron drove in four runs 0 o 0 'or the Braves, Ihree wilh his 18ih 0 n o ; h o m e run. Two singles and an er- 0 '0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 (*) Leglon-EIki Brunz, 3b . Hatliff, 2b 3 W h i t m a n , 2b 1 Bafiaol, c 3 Swanson. If . . 3 llangel, c/ 4 Mul;iiHl(;r, p 2 Tcllcz, p i I ' 27 3 2 AB R H -.4 Porter, p l 3 _.l ....3 ._ 3 K.irlin, Ih Cnzer, Ib Nuanez, rf Gnrcia, ss _. TOLEDO Ml -- Dick Mayer, a steady-shooting pro. ami Billy Joe Patton, the. usually - scrambling a m a t e u r , matched magnificent finishes in the second round of the nalional ani.ilcur golf championship Friday lo lie for the Jcnrl wilh idenlical 36-hole scores of 70- 6S-138. While the big galleries at Inverness still were buzzing a b o u t ' Patton's magiiificcnl iron shot for j a final birdie that enabled him l o i snalch lhe lead from fallering Doug Ford, Mayer came along with birdies on the last three holes lo lie h i m . A litUe earlier JIaslers Champion Ford, who had been shooling for the same lolal up to the last three holes, finished wilh hogey par-bogcy and a 71 lhat gave him a HO Lolil1 ' (unassisted). LOB--Legion-Elks 8 Mayer, like Patton, started the | Cheyenne 12. BB--Deines 4 Meday two strokes behind lhe open-: br.der 5, Teller. 3, Porter 3. SO-- Cheyenne __100 010 001--3 Lcsion-ElkB OOL 210 20x-6 Runs halted in--Rangel, Tollez, Porler; Bryan, Weekly, Pyscklo. 2B--Baggol, Brynn. 3B--Brunz, Hnngcl. SB--Ratliff, Baggot 2, Rangel 2, Nuancz 2, Garcia, Mur- Biodelman. DP--Biedelman ing round leaders, J i m m y Dcinar- et and Chick Harbcrt, wlio had 68s. Foolball and basketball star Wilson won the 1057 Chester L. Brewer award, given a n n u a l l y to the Michigan Stair, senior for distinguished work in alhlctics and studies. Deaths and Funerals . ANDERSON Memorifll pervir.r^ for Norman and Doiiplap AmlerFon. BOHR of Mr. and Mru. Irn R. Ander- non o( 161R IGUi Slrael will he held at llin Firsl .llrllioilist Cliurrh 2 p.m. Tnoqdn} 1 , J i m p I K t h , Plpnse nmli. fi^vni^. -- - Dcincs lu, Mclandpr 6, Porler 8, Tcllcz 3. HO--Mciandcr 0 in 3 in- ninps. Tellez 1 in 3 innings, Porter I in :i innings. Huns nnd Earned Runs off of-Deincs 6 and 4, Mo- lanrler 1 ,md 1, Tc.Mez 1 and 1, Porter I aim 1. TUP--Dcincs (Garcia), Melander (Pyscklo, Tellez (Weekly); PB-Baceot. Winner-Tellez (1-n). Loscr-Dcines. Urn- Most Major Teams Desperate for Help By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The witching hour for major league trading in midnight Saturday and most the contenders in both leagues still are hoping lo Ojswuijf a deal that might ttrengthen 0 them. The one exception is the Chicago While Sox who apparently have decided to go for broke with what they have. The most desperate learns are lhe Milwaukee Braves and the Cincinnati Itcdlegs, who fear they won't be able to fight off the Brooklyn Dodgers, the St. Louis bunch of whiz kids for lhe National League pennant. Moil of Friday'* aclivily concerned the Baltimore Orioles, who are desperately trying to pull themselves up. Only two weeks ago, Manager Paul Richards termed them a "bunch of clowns." The Orioles: 1. Sent pitcher Mike Fornicles (2-6) to Boston lor handyman Billy Goodman, 31 years old and riding the bench despite a lifetime .300 batting average. 2. Dealt outfielder Dick Williams (.234) lo the Cleveland Indians for oulficlder Jim Busby (.189 and riding the bench). 3. Bought pitcher Ken L«hman from the Brooklyn Dodgers on Br THE ASSOCIATED FRESH AMERICAN ASSN. WlchlU ].;, LoullvUa 0-1. St. Piul e, Denver a (11 Innings). Omaha 3, Mlnneapolli 0- Charlealon ·! Indlanapolla, poilponed. PACIFIC COAST I.RAO1IE Senltlr. B, Portland 6. San Dlero 9, L«a AnEelei 1. Vancouver B. Hollywood 1. San rraodjco 3, Sacramento 4. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Roeheater 7-3, Richmond 0-3. Columbia 3 4 , Bulfalo 1-11. Toronto B, Havana 0 Montreal 7, Miami o. WESTERN LEAGUE Colorado Springs 3-5, Uneeln 1-4 Albuquarque lo, Sioux city 1. Topeka 3, Pueblo 6. Amarlllo 14. Dea Molnel 9 TEXAS LEAGUE Auatin 9-1. Tulaa 34. San Anloolo 7, Oklahoma clly 3. Dallas 6. Houilon 1. Fort Worth 9. Shreveporl I. Colo. Springs Out of Cellar in Long Stride By THi ASSOCIATED PRESS Topeka's John Stadnicki pitched his 10th victory of the season against no defeat and Colorado Springs jumped sH the way from eight lo sixth in the Western League Friday nighl. Albuquerque eonlinued its climb toward the first division, moving to within place. game of fourth It was a night of contrast, with light pitching in a couple of games and wild hitting in others. Tbpeka kept its S-game lead intact with i 5-0 win over Pueblo; waivers, probably more than Ihe I Amarillo outscored Des Moines pircs-Drcsscr and Wright. Time-- $10,000 price. Lehman has no rec-! ^-8; Albuquerque racked Sioux 2: ' 15 - lord this year. Cily 16-3; and Colorado Springs and Lincoln split a doubleheader, with the Sky Sox taking the first game 3-1 and Lincoln coming back for a 6-5 win in the sec- Murchison Forced Morrow To Tie World Mark To Win 109-Yard Dash ond. WiUi Des Monies and Pueblo AUSTIN, Tex. ifi -- Bobby Morrow, the purple streak from the Texas Plains, who said he never both on the shortcount, and Colorado Springs splitting, the standings received a general going- over. Colorado Springs jumped record scl by Dave S-ime of Duke''. f r o m 'he cellar lo sixth, wilh a last year 3 per centage point spread over Morrow's lime undoubtedly will Dcs Moines and 10 percentage ;xas nams, wno saici ne never »IUHUTV .·» UHIK miuuuuieoiy wui --- --··^· i --·" -*»· i n for records -- he just r«n to De recognized because there was points ahead of Pueblo. win -- finally has broke mlo the world's record class in spite of himself. He can credit Ira Murchison, only a mild 3-milcs-pcr-hour wind at his back igainst an allowable cf 4.473. Miirrhison probably won't get into lhe record hooks, how-! first shutoul. SUdnicki, Ihe league'o winning- est pitcher, scattered six Pueblo hits, all singles, in pitching his (!-3) vs. Daley ll-si. Friday'i Rtiulri lalllinore 000 001 001--I :ieTCUnd 010 100 411--1 -- W l i h l . Brown ( 7 ) , Houttemin (7) aod p riaudffi, Ginsberg (a); Garcia and Ke- Vshln|laD 000 1)00 DIM--I H 1 'hlt. r , 400 060 OOi--Id 14 1 Slobbs, HorBUldez (6) and Courtney; Donovsn, Keelin (9) and Lollar, Bsltey (7). NJW Tork Kftnms Clly Slui-divnnt sjid . . . IHW 1M 02--10 U 0 . 000 000 inn-- 1 t 0 ahnson; Rurnetle, Gorman (5), McDermotl (6), Host (8) and Smllh. Boston _ son 000 010--1 7 Detroit oil 500 lOi--s 8 _ SulUvao, Mlnarcln (9). Chakalas (7), Delock (8) and While; Maa.s and House. WichitaWinj I, Bears Drop One By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two neat victories over Louisville helped Wichita to a 2-game lead Saturday in the American Assn. baseball race. The Braves were aided by Omaha's 3-0 triumph over Minneapolis dropping the Jnd-place Milers to only IVi games over St. Paul. With Charleston and Indianapolis idled by rain, St. Paul won see-saw, ll-inning game from Denver, 6-3. Long hits spelled Wichita's 3-0 and 7-2 victories. Harry Hanebrink slapped his 12th home run with a teammate on to clinch things in the opener. In the nightcap Wes Covington homered and Bob Hartsfield tripled to wrap it up again. It was Denver's hottest pitching duel of the season until Jack Spears blasted a 2-run homer in .he 10th lo give St. Paul a 3-1 lead. Then the Bears squared it with Norm 'Siebem's homer, a walk to Dick Sanders and a single by Gene Hassel. But the Saints roared back to score three runs in the llth on a single by Dick Gray, a sacrifice, two singles, a walk and a sacrifice fly7 Ctoverbf Results "Every major basebajl confer ence has its own statistics form, and very few are alike," said Butler. "With a uniform statistic! form, the NCAA can release na tional baseball statistics like it does in basketball." The AACBC (ormed a committee to look into the feasibility of publishing a college baseball newspaper. The newspaper would be published twice monthly during the baseball season, Butler said. Sp««d Up Game The NCAA rules committee reported that the NCAA will publish a baseball guide and rule book. McNeese Takes Rodeo Lead Fri. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. 1*1 -- Cowboys from Louisiana's McNeese State College took over the lead Saturday in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Championships with fine bull-riding efforts. Rudy Trahan and Warren Fry of the Lake Charles, La., School almost singlchandedly moved their team past New Mexico AtM after the second day's events. The second go-round begins Saturday with the windup to come Sunday afternoon. An estimated 3,500 persons saw Saturday's events. The 91 contestants compete in one of two nights in an event with the best winning the two-day go- round. Team score's at the halfway point: i McNeese 195; New Mexico AM 187W: Sul Ross State of Alpine, Tex. 90; Colorado State College 30; Brigham Young University of Provo, Utah, 22'A. olorado Sprtsgi, Colo Add rodeo (D-e) . . Ulah 22Vi. The event summary Includes: Girls' goat tying--1. Lou Ann Parsons, Texai vAld, 17-8 seconds; 2. Vera Hammoos, CSC, 2; 3. Teresa Suly. CSC, 22.1. Girls' barrel race--I: Betty Stmms, rw Mexico AfcM. 20.1; .2. (tie) Vera tlBmmona and Pat Dunlgan, 31.1. Bareback bronc riding (Friday night)-1. Don Smllh. Sul Hoss: 2. Buss Taylor. CSC; 3. Clycli May. McNuie. Bull riding (lljst go-round)--1. Warren Pry, McNeese; 2. Dick Wallace, Wyo- nR; 3. (tie) Dennis Calhoun. New Mejt- eo AM. and Kenneth Adams, Arizona itale. cvtr, since it is lhe policv of the The Hawks slake the right- 14. 40; quincla 5-8, 100.20; time 40.48. 1 out wlth · d r a w - ThoiiBn he was National Collegiate Track "Coaches bander .to a 3-nm I tad " : ---- " - - - - - - - - i_-j:i.-i ...:·- - ^ --..-* i --- 1. not to recognize non-win- ! fourth and completed scorin ning time in a running event. 2-run seventh inning. Archie in l h e | 5. Elhaline 10.80, 4.40, 2,40; Sage i"" 11 " v ing with Bud 3.80, 2.60; Georgia Gibbs 3.40; ! down t h a t ela 1-5, 28.00; time 40.06. ALBERT Mm, LoulBe C a n i l i u p A^erl of 1415 7th Avr-imp. Servicen 2:30 p.m. Monriny jit Adampon Memorial C h a p e l . Interment Linn Grove. CLAY E v p r e l t W. Clny (if Reno, Nf- vad.i. Broker nf Mrs. El.hfl Powers ot Colorado Sprinpf.. Colorado and Mrs. C. I-'. Bakcrlnk nf Estea P.irk: :I|M Biirvlved by p e v e i n l nieces a n d nephen'F. Services 2;d(l p.m. Wpdnefiday nl Ihn A d n m - pon Memorial Chapel. ROLLHEISBH. bur's. Sp"vlec»''iind 0 Interment " n he ^ adn ' i Eotlen that start [Villannvi Jlrength ronirS Salur-' ariUc. charged for five errors and (Harmony 6.60; quinela 1-2', 15.40; In Denver. i on me 1 miRhl have run relaxed , r t a v nighl with Don Brags, » 15- 'he Demons for Iwo. Amarillo's time 39.49, (Loveland). · ; ' a n d done no good at all," mid!' 00 ' P"le vdultor; Phil Reavis and ] Len Atlyd collected four hits in' the chunky Neuro from Western Michigan, for making It so. Miir- :chison got a start like » jack rabbit Friday night in preliminaries |nf lhe 100-yard dash in the NCAA ! meet and led Morrow, Abilene ; Christian's double sprint champion , 5f lhe Olympic games, for 80 yards. '. It was all hounding Bobby could | do lo nip Murchison by lest than .'a fnot in the time of 9.3 -- which i lied the world's record set back in · iniS by Mel Pailon of Southern . . . . i California and since tied hy four! dash and Ed Collymore in both And in addition to the hits, there | 10. Kansas Harmony 9.20, 6.20, Durelle-Anthony Draw Puzzles Matchmakers DETROIT \Si -- Three different matches were mentioned in the wake of the startling 10-round draw between unknown Yvon Durelle and lop-ranked Tony Anthony but the one with the slimmest chance of coming off was the one pitting Anthony against Light heavyweight Champion Archie Moore. Anthony and his manager, Ernie Braca, said before Friday night's nationally televised slugfest that the 2-year-old New Yorker needed an "impressive" win over the muscular French-Canadian to assure a tille fight with the elusive Archie. It was the concensus opinion thnl Anthony, the No. 1 contender X. Full Wind, 8.80, 4.80, 3 00' B u d - l w h o retreated and counlerpunched dy Kane 13.40, 6.00; Harmony Sal| a " ln * wa ^ was fortunate to get Results of the greyhound races at. Cloverleaf Friday nighl, the closing nighl for lhe first session of the year. 1. Rellis 12.20, 6.40, 4.40; Patti Wagin 10.20, 7.40; Gravel Pilot 8.20; qiiineln 1-4, 73.80; time 31.69. 2. Western Marshal 4 2 0 , 3.20, 2.80; Kurlash Kid 7.80, 5.40; . B. Blood 5.20; quincla 2-5, 39.20; DD 1-5, 24.80 ;time 31.57, 3. Flight Sweep 8.90, 5.80, 3.60; Polly Buck 9.00, 3.80; Mrs. Ketchme 2.40; quincla 1-2. 20.00; time 31.80. Races 4, 5 and 6 are all on Loveland Course. Indiana led in lhe qualifyig. i Hallgrcn blasted a 2-run triple in landing cipht places in Saturday' the fourth and Mike Krsnich hil a night's finals hut the team to beat 2-run homer in the seventh, still was Villanova.. Ron Dclany, I Tne Amarillo-Des Moincs game Villanova's Olympic 1,900-mclcr i W J S ""^ °f 'hose wild and wooly champion, easily qualified in lhe]''fairs, wilh the two clubs pound- half-mile in 1:52.1 and is favored!'"? out * to1 ' 1 ot J1 hitj ' Amarillo win the mile tonight. Charley jlo eollecled 19 of the hits, six Jenkins qualified in the 440-yard 1 of them for extra bases. credited with a 6(h-round knock- Durette's handlers said _ ....... _., ----- ,,.,,.,,.,, ,,..,,,,,,.,,,,, quinela 3-4, 24.00; lime 3981 c a m e from a low P u n c h ' Anthony 6. Holiest 6.00, 3.60, 3.00- 30 Love C0u1d not nick M a11 K lo °P in S 5.60, 4.00; Johnny Dark 5.60; quin- ! "" n B s ""I the 27-year-old .Durtlle brought up from his half-crouch. | The rules have been designed lo oprvd up thn g£n;£ by limiting warmup pitches, the number of times a coach may go to the mound, etc. Also protective helmets must be worn in college baseball. About Colorado State College's play in the College World Series, Butler said, "The boys did very well. Against California, the Bean played exceptionally well. Against Notre -Dame -- well, the Irish could do no wrong. B«it Pint Round Tilt U went around Omaha that the Bear-California game was the best one played the tint round. Cal beat Colorado State College, 4-0. George Wolfman, California coach, said he thought the Colorado State College team was Ihe best his GrUzlles played in the tournament. California took the NCAA nalion- al championship with a 1-0 victory over Penn Slate Wednesday. After Noire Dame defeated Colorado Stale, 23-2, in the losers bracket, Butler was approached by the Irish coach Jake Kline. "I'm sorry we beat you so bad. We're really not that good. The ball just bounced our way and not yours, our boys were scared to death before meeting you," Kline said "Our getting hot was just one ol those things peculiar to baseball." Noire Dame entered the NCAA playoff with a 11-8) record. 'The Irish were eliminated by Penn State, S-4, in the semi-finals. Hot Irish Butler said Notre Dame players could have tied one hand behind their backs and still got hits. Several of the Irish hits were of the fluke variety but some were well tagged. Then a couple times when Colorado State threatened, Notre Dame outfielders made brilliant catches to nip the rally, Butler commented. "The Bears faced two outstanding pitchers," the Colorado State coach said. "Cal's Doug Weiss will sign a pro contract for a healthy bonus. St. Louis Cardinal manager Fred Hutchinson personally watched Weiss pilch both games. He beat Iowa State, 9-1, after shutting the door on lhe Bears. Noire Dame's Chuck. Simeon was every bit as good as Weiss." Practice Slate Released Sat. The Young America baseball practice schedule has been released by the Community Activities commission. The Jefferson and St. Peters learns will practice at B a.m. Mondays. All practice sessions will be at Forbes field. At 9:30 a.m. on Mondays, the Maplewood team will workout. Other sessions are scheduled: Tuesday at 8 a.m., the Cameron 11, 12 and 33 year olds: at 9:30 a.m., the Cameron 7, 8, 9, and 10 year olds. Wednesday at 8 a.m., the Arlington 11, 12 and 33 year olds; at 9:30 a.m., the Arlington 7, 8, 9 and 10 year olds. Thursday at 8 a.m., the Park team; at -6:30 a.m., the Franklin team. Friday at 8 a.m., the Ernest Horn 11, 12 and 13 year olds; at 9:30 a.m., the Ernest Horn 7, 8, 9 and V year olds. To practice In the Young America program, a boy must reach his seventh birthday prior to Jan. J, 195", or his 13th birthday after Jan. 1, 1957. Bcii,~ Jay Lane'17.60, 7.60,' 5.00; M a r ' Ther ! also was laDt o[ ».«-|71B. . Thursday'! Results SUMMER MIXED LEAGUE The scores: Team Seven 3, Team Three 1; Team One 4, Team Six 0; Team Two 2, Team Nine 2; Team Ten 3, Team Five 1; Team Four :, Team Eight 0. Top team series: Team One, 2009. Top individual series: Men- Rich Schmidt, 588; Gene Ereeden, Women--Wills Anderson, 510; Pal Heinle. 510. Top team game: Team Nine, La Salle Rallies To Beat Denver Red Shields, U LA SALI.E-AIerl base funning and Red Shield errors paid ofl for Ibc La Salic Legion Bomtwi as they defeated the Denver team, 8-6, after overcoming a six-rut first inning deficit here Friday night. The Bombers capitalized on seven stolen bases and five Bed Shield errors. La Salle picked up four runs in the fifth inning on four straight walks, a hot single oft the third baseman's glove by Doug Graff, and a single to center field by Gary Alles. A pair of errors aod a double steal set up La Sallc's tying runs in the sixth. Charles Raines and Pepper Morgan, a pair of cheetahs on the base paths, stole third and second, respectively, after living on the errors. Bill Schmidt drove both home with a single through the box. Good base running provided the Bombers' winning runs in the seventh. Elmer Vannest and Herb Kenke reached base on errors, Vannest going to third when Renke was safe. This set the stage for a double steal. Vannest scored and Renke went to second. Renke wasted no time in stealing third. He then scored when the Red Shield's catcher threw into left field. Coach Irv Brown's Red Shields scored their first six batters o£l of Dale Lopez in the opening Inning. Lopez walked two, permitted a single, a double, another walk and a single before retiring in favor of Hal Mayer. Mayer worked six inning, allowing but one walk and two hits. The lied Shields never threatened after the first inning. A masterful pitching performance was turned in by Allen Heckman. Heckman hurled the final three innings in making his first hill appearance for the Bombers. He pitched to only nine men, striking out eight. Heckman walked the first man he laced in the seventh. Heckman struck out the' next two nien and had two strikes on the'third when Graff threw out the runner trying to steal. Heckman pitched only one called ball in the last two frames. La Salle will travel to Windsor Sunday night for a district 3 game .Monday the Bombers will play at Cheyenne in an exhibition game. Red Shields (6) AB Chavez, 2b 0 McNally, ss 2 Jones, rf 4 Miyamoto, 3b-p 4 Pendergraft, i h - t Maes, p Romero, cf . Wesley, If _ Dean, c La Salle (8) Raines, ss Morgan, 2b __ Kurzyna, Ib _ Graff, c Schmidt, rf _ Love, rf Allcs, 3b Vannest, cf __ Renke, If Lopez, p Mayer, p Heckman, p Red Shields La Salle _ 26 AB _4 1 28 8 5. 0 .1600 000 000--S _000 420 20x--8 Paul 6.60, 4.60; Glis's Slipper 5.60; i m a l . c h in Delroit ; Another possibil- quinrta 7-6, 56.40; time 21.62. 9. l*s Pan! 28.40, 10.20, 4.40; Super Shot 7.80, 4.60; Steel Blade iity is that Detroit's Chuck Spieser who lost to Anthony two months ago on a 3rd-Tound knockout, 6.00; quinela 7-fl, 89.60; time 31.54. i w o u l d ·* ""tehed against Durelle. Top individual games: Men- Runs Batted In--Jones, Miyamoto 2, Pendergarft, Romero .2; Kurzyna, Graff, Schmidt 3, Alles. 2B--Miyamoto, Pendergraft. SB- Raines, Morgan, Schmidt, Alles, Vannest. Renke 2, Macs, Morgan. Sac.--Schmidt. DP--Alles to Kurzyna. LOB--Red Shields 5, La Salle 10. BE--Maes 3, Miyamoto 5, Lopez 3, Mayer I, Heckman 1. SO--Maes 7, Miyamoto 6, Mayer Heckman 8. HO--Maes 2 in 3 innings, Miyamoto 3 in 5 innings, Lopez 3 in 0 innings (pitched to six batters in first), Mayer 2 in 8 innings, Heckman 0 in 3 innings. Runs and Earned Runs off of-Miyamoto 8 and 4, Maes 0 and 0, Lopez 6 and 6, Mayer 0 and 0, Heckman 0 and 0. \VP-- Miyamoto 2. Bk--Miyamoto. PB--Dean. Winner--Heckman (1-0). Loser--Miyamoto (0-1). Umpires--Gorman and Stern. Time--2:40. Fights Swede Hemple, 212; Gene Breed- ! f, 1 en. 199. Women-- Mary Wine, 195; Br THE ASSOCIATED PBESfi DETROIT -- Yvon IJ-jrclIe, 1764, Ne' Willa Anderson, 189. N. S., and Tooy AaUioQ?* York, drew, 10. OSAKA. Japan -- Bonay EsrjlaoJJ, I3i» Philippines, oulpolnled Hidelo KobsyasM. 135. Tokyo. ID. I the 220 and 100, whHe much of Ihe were plenty of Arrors, with Am- j 4.80; Ghost Face 4.60, 4.20; Rusty j MARTINEZ Mrs. M n r y A. M a r t i n e z ot 52S St. P r n y f r p.m. S a t u r d a y nl Macy ,'nR Room. Services Ift .1.111. Monday from M i t r y s Drawing Room. Inlermenl I , I n n Gro-p. | Morrow, i The blazing 100, in which Mur- Ichi.-on also was credited with 9.3, ! featured Ihe afternoon and nighl- ;lpng Irials of the NCAA Friday, were some greal : ')r,i\v- i i n olher events, two of Ihem with- ; in a whisper of world's records, i record approaching performances ·Charley Stead, Iwo great high jumpers, and Alci Brecfcenridcc. a 9:09.2 Iwo-miler, competing for the firsl lime. No preliminaries were held in the mile, 2-mile, pole vault and high jump. While there were some world- five al bats, including a home run and two doubles und drove in . : Ex-Govt. LaWVCr Dies Evens All-Star Basketball Series with the East seven runs. Southpaw Ron Davies spaced! CHICAGO Wl -- Edward J.' HUTCHINSON. Kan. ifl -- The f eight hits ind his Albuquerque iFruchtman, 44, former general; West defeated the East 73-6T Frl-j , Greg Bel, lhe lithe Negro from in the prelims only Iwo NCAA rec-1 place Soos. teammates pounced or. three Sioux counsel for the Chicago Housing Cily pilchers to move the Dukes ·.Authority, with the Allied Control to within on« game of the 4 t h - 1 Counsel in Berlin during World , A Better MEMORIAL at LOWER PRICES " OrMltj ' Mon 1015 7th AVI. Indiana who was the Olympic hro.irt jump champion, leaped 26 j f c o l 7 inches lo come wilhin l'/4 ! inches of tlie storied record set Ohio Robinson, [all Negro from Fresno Slate, sped Ihe 220 yd. low hurdles in 22.4, I War II. and onetime attorney for day night to'even the Prep All-: America WOrld Basketball series at a game apiece. . The all-star teams tangle in the' hy the, grcal Jesse Owens «t Slfltp i,,']91 . And AnceJ Robi ords actually were bettered, Mor- Colorado Springs used a 3-run,the Depl. of Labor and Securities, championship game Saturday row cracked the 100-yard mark of'fourth inning to down Lincoln i n l a n d Exchange Commijsion. died;night. 9.4 iot by George Simpson of Ohio Stale in 1929 »nd tied by three olh- er iprinlers since Ihen, and Bol's broid jump eased oul the NCAA record of 26 feel 6 inches sei In i 7-inning firsl game. Lincoln · Monday, came bick lo win lhe 9-lnning affair hy slopping a 9th-inning Sky which is only two-tenths over the St.»t*. Sox^rnlly. Lincoln built up a 6-11 lead^ then Colorado Springs bro!;e: 1947 by Willie Stede of San Diego!loose for four runs in lhe bollom · I of the ninth--just one too few. Addilionsi Spons On Page 5 I The West put on a blistering i 127-polnl finish Friday night lo | l.-vercomc a 7-poinl deficit at the j | ond of lhe Ihird quaj-ter. i Moe Iba, son of fte Oklahoma · ; coach, led the fourth quarter ral 'ly wilh eight points. GOLFERS! ENJOY SUNSET Driving Range Free Clubs · Buckets 25c, 50c and 1.00 Location -- West on Hiway 34 opposite A W OPEN DAILY: 1:00"p.m. till 11:00 p.m.

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