Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 18, 1957 · Page 26
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 26

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, June 18, 1957
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)rs Bonus Babies By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Detroit Tigers snared in- firider Steve Boros, captain-elect shorts NEW YORK 01 _ Ifi only about SO ^ miles from New York ·l-iiuur train rirji I Mania was dealt from the New | Vork Yaniees to the Kansas City; ... «...,,, . J Brown, Zulueta * Tflkc It Easy With ^ outhwest ^ rou p Bud Wilkinson Seeks Reciprocal Agreement of next season's University Michigan team, with a $25.000 bonus to head ot A's Saturday nigbt."He"played tori the A's Sunday, but then new back lo New By F R A N K PITMAN DENVER (fl _ Champion I Dallas * -- Coach Bui] WUkln- ,'soa of Oklahoma said Tueiday he | would like lu have a reciprocal j oe ! agreement wiih the Southwest Vaults TO New Height rt with his old mates Brovvn and Orlando Zulueta, both:Coif"" 1 " ° n lhe 'e' 1 " «' i" 1 " 1 ' ? his personal affairs isuperbly conditioned, loafed Tues-i b u ' lhe Southwest Conference had ' ' " s (iff|shown no interest. - reported U V losc up , a fistful a f : ru «lay night he joins the A'si d a : , a t t e r lh , re ? wct *s °l major league Bignings -Monday. ;J', r »"°° in their game with ihej'"""'"S i«r inoir lightweight Boros, a husky, 20-jearpold 6- footer from Flint, Mich., lakes his place on the Tiger roster immediately. Outfielder Karl Olson was 'i as [jiio Washington Senators" " · ' '""jfight Wednesday night. " " i line in Dallas recently but when Always a pet of Yanks Mana-| Tnc schedulfd 15-round bout i n j n c appeared in Liibbock to make eer Casey Slengel (Case · once " " " "" " called him the "assistant mana- oplioned to Charleston o[ the:' 8 "" 1 ' M arlin was upset at the' E S T ) American Assn, to make room for I Illou 8ht o f l c a v i n g , but be admitted' lhe Denver Coliseum will be lele-, a speerh he was quoted as say- visted nationally (ABC 9 p.m. jing he never suspested it. the youngster. Boros was one of two Michigan players picked up by the majors. The Baltimore Orioles signed second baseman Ken Tippery, this year's Wolverine captain, lo their KnoxviUe farm club in the Class A Sally League. The Philadelphia Phillies and (he Pittsburgh Pirates each signed two youngsters, all to minor league contracts. The Phillies signed Ed Hughes, a 17-year-old Philadelphia nigh school pitcher, to their John- ion City farm in the Class D Appalachian League along wilh Chris Short, a 19-year-old soulhpaw who had pitched for the Bordcntown (NJ Military Academy. The Pirates assigned a brother battery, Donald and Robert Dobrino of Mount Olive, 111., tn their west League. Don, a 22-year-old righthander, is a recent Iowa University graduate. His catcher brother is 19. They're nephews ot Mike Krccvich, former American League outfielder. Milwaukee's Braves signed he could see the handwriting on Lhe wall following the now-famous nightclub brawl in which he was involved. slrange wearing anoiher uniform," he said. "I never wore any other but the Yanks. I've been wilh Slengel 10 years..." NEW ORLEANS Ifl -- The middleweight division, one of boxing's most popular and crowded wilh promising contenders, lures another big gate here Tuesday night when 3rd-ranked Spider Webb of Chicago meets Charley Joseph of New Orleans. M:ilchmaker Bonny Geigerman of lhe Louisiana Boxing Club said he expects .1 capacity crowd of Declaring that he couldn't un 30-year-old UliehoUleri Demand wn ' lnc statement was on, Tex., and Zulueta, i s o niisHiiiierituuil lie said: Brown, from Houston, 28, who says this country nerds more hand made cigars from his native Cuba, will weigh in at 1 p.m. (EST) Wednesday at the Coliseum. For the benefit of sports writers they stepped on the scales Monday at the windup of their training grind. Brown wns right on the limit -- 135 pounds. Zulueta weighed 131W. "If I'm not ready now I'll never be," Zulueta said. "This is the chance I've been waiting for." The slender Cuban holds victories over four champions but none was in a title match. Zulueta, a photography student in New York City, and Brown fought a draw at Baltimore in slightly more than 9,000 and a gale April 1953 in their only previou of $20,000 for liic 10-roundcr at meeting. Lome (Tippy) Johnson 19-year-old pitcher - outfielder from Lynn, Mass. He was assigned to the Braves' McCook farm in the Nebraska .State League. The Chicago White Sox picked Up Chuck Lindslrom, standout catcher for Northwestern University this season. The 20-year-old eon of Freddy Lindstrom, former major leaguer and new Northwestern coach, was assigned lo Colorado Springs o£ the Western League. Anoiher university junior, Bobj Naylor of Lehigh, disclosed he had signed a contract with the Cleveland Indians. The 21-year-old shortstop was assigned lo Keokuk in lhe Three-I League. nol be lelcvised or broadcast The 25-year-old Webb, former NCAA -hampion while at Idaho State and a member of Uncle Sam's Olympic team in 1952, has won 22 of 23 fights, 12 by knockouts. His only loss came in his third professional ouling lo one Red Elby. For lhe 24-year-old Joseph, lhe boul Tuesday night is a make or brc»k affair since the fancy-boxing New Orleans native has been somewhat inconsistent in his recent outings. BALTIMORE OB _ Jim Pyburn, a bonus player, was removed Monday from the Baltimore Oriole roster to make r_oom for a new one. ·ank Zupo, 17-year-old San TENNIS LONDON -- Gil Shea .of Los Aneclcs · nd Ihreo tnemberi o[ America's younger tennis let WDQ first round matches In the London Lawn Tennis Championships, final luoeup- for Wimbledon. ' SALT LAKE CITY. Ulah -- John Erickson of Michigan upset Cliff Vlckery of Houston In enrly matches of the first »und of Uje NCAA Tournament 1-5. 5-3, 6-!. GOLF DALLAS, Tex. -- Jack Moore, 19-year- old University of Oklahoma sophomore, ·hot a 2-uader-par 68 la .lake [he lead In qualifying for the Trans-Mississippi. Golf Tourney. MIAM1 BEACH. Fit. -- John Penrose fired a 3-under-pDr 34-34--68 lo lead a Held of IBS In the first 18-hole qualifying round of the Southern Amateur Golf Tournament. signed last week for 530,000, went o n . the official list. Pyburn was senl to San Antonio. He received 543,000 to sign while a junior al Auburn. MILWAUKEE un -- The Milwaukee Braves Monday recalled Wes Covington from their Wichita, zksn., gstm yrsm yo hrlp pluh yhr hol-r in Irgygirlf vsudrf by zbobby zyhomdon's trade to the New York MILAUKEE U) - The Milwaukee Braves Monday recalled Wes Covington from their "Wichita, Kan., farm team lo help plug [he hole in leftfield cause by Bobby Thomson's trade to the New York Giants. Covington was batting .265 at Wichita. TheInstantTaste"! is gone! ] · · · \ jSlnstant Folgers Coffee "Brown never has been sharper than he is right now," said trainer Bill Gore, who handled ex- featherweight c h a m p i o n Willie Pep for 18 years. Brown, looking strong and dead serious in his ring workouts, told sportswritcrs: "I'm going lo win Ihis one for sure. My hand don't bother me none." Brown broke his right hand in winnng the title from Wallace (Bud) Smith last Aug. 24. Brown defended his crown in a rematch with Smith last Feb. 13 by scoring a technical knockout in the llth round. In his only other appearance this year, Brown won a decision over Artnand Savoic in a non-lille bout at Houston. We would lihc to be a part of the Southwest Conference letter of talent agreement. If they will honor our individual letter of intent we will honor theirs. If a boy signs with us or a Southwest- Conference school it would be binding. "We have asked the Southwest Conference to be a part of the letter of intent but they have shown no interest." There has been considerable controversy in lhe past over Okl- homa gelling Texas schoolboy athletes who had signed letters of intent with Southwest Conference schools. Bul Wilkinson's statement indicates that the Southwest Conference schools had rather the thing remain as it is with their being able to sign ho/a who had signed with Oklahoma and vice versa. Wilkinson is here playing in the TransMississippi Golf Tournament. TRIBUNE Page 13 rasGment lo the Trans-Mi-'i*sippi JfciroJi wl Ktianit, Nw Vorfe, i.j, t?s r :or the USGA due to a misunder- ! "TM' ,*'* TO"' ' 2| '"" Pl ""' °^ !· -standing about my a m a t e u r slat-i NATIONAL' LL-ACI-E ]£j jus," Goldwaler praised him lor \Lo'iT.Ksl i'bd,.*. B*»k;,7,. "sS^rSi "iht- great sponsman mat ay HUN* _ Aaron, , 1E Mil*aukfc, u- Rob. I, Ntw Vert, i HUNS BATTED i.s- _ Aaron, Miiwm. .k«. 51; MusUl. Si. Louii. W; Hoik, (.'ir.rhiuii. l? III 1 S - Srrvwadierul. Md» iukr*. 14 ; l, St. Loan, Bl; Anon, Major League : -··lussai, Ot. UO'Jll, 01; AllOn, aillmiltfy, »Lf*nriAf'C 1 ^IIOMK ( IirNS - Aaron. Mllwaukrf. RJ UIl- A M K H I f A N LK.1M l: BAITING (125 al b a i - Manllc. Srw Vort ami IVi Ilia in i, fiction. .37y; Orv, K3Di3i C'llj, .351: Roxl. njllUUOIr 3« HUNS - Mantle. New Yoik. 31: Silvers. Washmcion. 40; William*. Hoiton. 39 ni'NS P.V1TK1) IN - S-.I-WTS. \Va.«K. Iflfiion. -IB; h k o w r u n , New Voik, 13; Man- DckUm. 71: Lemon, Wavhmjiion, 7U. ' I J K FISHY C U V -- Vmcc Mininu HOME nilNS -- V-.uule. N*w V u r k . . '^'i. Pai.-rion. N. J,. ouipomird KJd 13; WilllAini, notion. 17; Sievrih. \Va*h- . U n v i l a n , U7h, Cuba, 10 in* Ion, IV : , PITCHING (7 dnlsioh,! - RnrminE,' USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS PITCHING 7 drciiioiul - Sinford. Philadelphia. 8 1 . .63; Schmidt, Si.Loult.. 6-lj .857; JktkUiOj SI. Louis, J.), J90. · Fights \ K W YORK _ Tony Dfcoli, |«, Nli Bennie Daniels Leads Pacific Coast, Winning Ninth on 25th Birthday Bob Gutowskl of Occidental clears the bar at IS feet, 9% inches, and lets a new world record In pole vault at the NCAA track and field meet, June IS, at Auitin, Tax. The old record of 15 feet, 7*4 Inchei was held by Cornelius Warmerdam of Modesto, Calif., which stood ilnct 1942. (AP Wirephoto). Skowron Now Hottest Hitter By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hollywood's pitcher Bcnnie Dan- 94 By BEN OLAN NEW YORK W - Who is major league baseball's hottest hitter? Not Mickey Mantle or Ted Williams, who are deadlocked for the American League baiting lead or Gil Hodges and Stan Musial, running one-two in the National League compc-tilioh. He's BiU Skowron, 26-year-old first baseman of the New York Yankees. On May 24, Skowron was hitting a meager .236. Since then the six foot, 195 pound native Chicago has cracked out 42 hits iels_Tuesday stands atop the Pacific Coast League's most-victorie department -- and he got there o his. 25th birthday. Daniels, a husky 190-pound, ( foot-2-inch righthander, edgei Portland's Bob Thorpe 7-3 Mop day night in a 13-inning pitching due). It was the only PCL garni of the night. ·Probably, the best birthday pres ent of the day for · the big Ala baman was a booming 3-run triple in the 13th by Carlos Dernier tha iced things for the Twinks. For Daniels it was his ninth triumph against two defeats, both suffered at the hands of the Vancouver Mounties. He had tripled .0 drive in a run that contributed o his team's lead, but he couldn't hold it and the game was tied 2-2 when the 10th inning closed. The game continued scoreless until Spook Jacobs started things n the 13th with a single, moved up on a walk and raced .home when Beaver shortstop Ed ceniak misplayed Bill Causion's grounder. times at bat, a sizzling .447 Try die Big Change! Thrill to a new concept of power in 2 All-New Standard Gasolines Let one of these new STANDARD Gaiolines--with the Big Change by SUrjdard F.-ncareh--work ita wonders in your car. NEW GOLD CROWN Sup.r-Prwr.lum... an entirely neaf grade of gasoline (or today'i mightiest engines. Thrill to the feel of your car at ita best. Qan- ieh power-losa from wild ping and · park'plug crust. Get smoother, feeler performance--instant, knock- free response! NEW RED CROWN King-Sin R.gulor vith an octane high that outstrips premium grades of just a few years ago--given you king-aize knockfree power and king-size mileage, too! Try the Big Change in your car-you'll be glad you did. pace. In last week's games alone. Skowron had 14 safeties in 26 tries (.538) to boost his average 3( points lo .333. This output enabled him to move into sixth place among the American League hit- lers. Skowron, a righlhandcd batter, drove in nine runs last week to move into second place in this department with 43. ' Washington's Roy Sievers has the most RBIs, 48. The Yankees, who gained ground on the pacesetting Chicago White Sox the past week, also were iclped considerably by Mantle's continued batting brilliance. Mantle increased his average 25 oinL c in last week's action and his surge, coupled with a loss of 2 points by Williams, the Boston lugger, resulted in a tie after Sunday's games. Each is hitting .379. Mantle also wollapcd five home I uns, raising his league-leading to-! al to 19. Williams slammed four j ircuit blows and is second with 7. Musial closed in on Hodges in he National League. The SI. Louis "aids' first baseman climbed sev- n points to .365 while Brooklyn's lodges picked up three points lo 366 before he was sidelined wilh a rib injury last Friday. Dee Fondy p£ Pittsburgh moved ip one notch to third place at .359. He had 11 hits in 26 at bats for a 0 point increase. Dick Groat of he Pirates, who has been out of ction with a severely sprained nkle since May 26, is fourth with I 352. ; Bob Cerv of Kansas City moved Jito third place in the American '·eague race on an eight point gain D .353. Then come Bob Boyd ol laltimorc with .3-13 and Nelson 'ox of Chicago with .341. Boyd icked up 14 points with 12 safe lows in 29 trips. Hank Aaron of Milwaukee is the National League leader in home uns «nd runs batted in. He hit iree home runs and senl home runners in last week's games, utling his season's record at 18 omers and 51 RBIs. Musial is run- erup in both of these categories ; ·ith 14 circuit wallops and 50 nins atted in. Ward Getting Only Practice DALLAS Iti -- Harrio Ward, (he national amateur c h a m p i o n , who's in the' USGA's doghouse over expense money, plays a practice round while the Trans-Mississippi "olf Tournament is going on Tuesday. And to hear him tell it, prac- .ice will be about all the coifing he'll do for the next 10 months. Ward withdrew from lhe Trans- Mississippi Monday during a lur- )ulent day that saw (he USGA inform officials it considered Ward a professional and suggested that he be dropped from the lourna-| mcnt. | The handsome young man f r o m : San Francisco is under 1-year pro: bation because his boss, Eddie Lowery, a former USGA c o m m i t - Iceman, paid his expenses lo golf tournaments, lie had just, played' ;ir. the Open al Toledo : 'under his "application for roin- ! statement." i ; Bob Goldwaler of Phoenix, Ariz, president of the Trans-Mississippi,! didn't tell Ward to withdraw here but he left it up to the two-time amateur king, saying "we made a mistake in the first place in inviting Harvie because we did not completely understand the 'meaning of the USGA's 1-year probation ruling." Then, when Ward withdrew '"rather than cause any cmbor- Saturday, June 22, 1957-6 p.m. We expect about 100-125 head o£ horses for tliis Auction. All kinds: Saddle horses, Quarter horses, Ponies, etc. Let us .know what you pi;m lo brinp. Plan to come to this Sale. Horses will be sold in order consigned, so get your numbers early. E. R. NET/, Sales iHnnnpcr KILL WAUNOCK, Auct. You txtccl more from Standard ...andget ill bad and Alfhea Gibson Deeded First in England : LONDON 'fi - Wimbledon of- cials agreed with the gamhlers, fans and lhe tennis players t h e m - 1 selves Tuesday and named Lew' Hoad of Australia and Althca Gibson of New York as lop seeds for : lhe June 24-July 6 championships. Hoad has been the overwhelming choice (o defend his UUe sue- | cessfully and become Die first two ! times winner of Die world's pre- j micr tournament since Don Budge won in 1937-39. Miss Gibson inherited top place among Uie women singles players : after the retirement of Shirley Fry and Maureen Connolly, and after Doris Hart turned profeKsiona]- Ashley Cooper ol Australia was . seeded second and H a m i l t o n R i c h - ; ardson of Daton Roufie, La., and i Oxford University, was a mild sur- i prise when he was n a m e d third. : This Week's BREAKFAST * S-P-E-C-I-A-L - HOT CAKES A short stack o£ and cakes, syrup, but- 2 COUNTRY'- tev eKgs ' a l l d FRESH c o f f e e (all U EGGS' want!) HARRY'S DINER · West Ninth St. (Closed Tuesdays) Open 6:00 a.m Colorado Pathfinder One ol Colorailo'i earliest and raosl ^ famous explorers was Jolm C. Fremonl who made live expeditions lo ihe well between 1812 and 1853. Accompanied by scientists and map makers, Fremonl'a Uipi provided fnciual i l a l a a l i o u l Colomdo'* climate, plant nnd animal lite tnd Kcograpriy. ami his caicfuliy palhered material vns ol fcuWanlial help lo early-day ColoraJoaoB vho hegan looting Tor gold in 1858. 01 rcal hdp Io p refien i j a y Coloradoan* is the "Sell KcRiilaiion" program ollha U. S. Brewers Foundation. This planned cooperation with law enforcement olliciali helps maintain wholcf.ome, pleasant conditions for ilic sale, ot beer, America*! favorite Beverage ol Moderation. o Colorado Division r UNITED STATES BREWERS FORMATION INC. ill Polfruon BuM'ng, Dgnver J. ColoroJ. 40%to50% "we must move these tires fast to make room for newFISK models USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Alt, FIRST QUALITY FACTORY FRESH ·Nn Mi nri RECAPPING ALL SIZES "GREELEY'S FINEST" FORBES TIRE SE 607 8th Ave. Since 1919 Phone 855 BARNESVILLE SERVICE STATION

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