Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 19, 1957 · Page 21
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Patton, Campbell Head Walker Cup Team; Ward Out NEW YORK * - Billy Joe Pitton and BUI Campbell are repeat- In! oemberi of a 10-min U. S. Witter Cup soli team named Wednesday to face Britiln'i best it the Minikahda Club, Minneip- olii. Auj. 30-31. Conspicuously missing frorr. the lineup wai the National Amateur champion. Harvie Ward Jr., of San Francisco, who is serving i year'! probition on eipense irreg- darities. . Patton, who shared the halfway lead in the National Open last week at Inverness In Toledo, U the lone returning player on the squad which beat the British, 102. at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1935. Campbell served as playing eaptaia of that team but did not Inject himself into the lineup. The complete team; Billy Joe Patton, Morganton, N. C.; Bill Campbell, Huntinston, W. Va.; Rex Baxter Jr., Amarillo, Tex.; Arnold Blum, Macon, Ga.; Joe Campbell, Knoxville, Term; William Hyndman III, Philadelphia; Charles Kocsis, Royal Oak. Mich.; II i 11 m a n Bobbins, Memphis, Tenn.; Mason Rudolph. Clarksville, Tenn.; Dr. Frank Taylor Jr., Pomona, Calif. Moris Shoris BOSTON «1 -- Melvin Lloyd ParneU -- ' t h e brittle Boston left- hander with a no-hitter and two 20-victory seasons to his credit -Wednesday awaited self-imposed retirement from baseball. The best winning southpaw in Red Sox history. Parnell called the turn on himself Wednesday in conference with General Man aser Joe Cronin. Mel had been told by a New Orleans doctor he would not be abel to pitch t h 11 year. Injured for the fourth straight season, the 35-year-old New Orleans resident has asked Cronin to keep him on the disabled list until July II when he will have completed 10 years league competition. of major At that time, he will ask to be put on the voluntary retired list. Sidelined by a preseason elbow Tricky Twirler by Pap 1 Olson Succeeds In Comeback, Beats Joe Maxim PORTLAND. Ore. (Bobo) Olson, former - Carl middleweight champion, wore his newly acquired weight well Tuesday night as he hammered out a 10- round split decision over Joey Maxim, Cleveland, Ohio, an ex- lightheavyweight XitlisL Olson, who went into temporary retirement eight months ago, scaled 1ST pounds when he stepped into the ring. He had said he planned to weigh about ITS for the fight. Maxim weighed 188(4. The decision was a popular one although Referee Ralph Gruman called Maxim the winner, 56 points to 51, under an lt-point-a-round scoring system. Judge "Eddie Volk voted for Olson, 57!4-52'i, and Judge Dick Wagner had it 58-46 ft THE ASSOCIATED F l t M AMEI1CAN L E A G I E RATTING (121 at bltl) -- Mafltl*. Sw 'ork. .371: Williama, BoitOB, JTO; On. ;anaai Cttr, .160. RCNS - Mantlf. !»w York. M; Si««- tn. WaihixloB. W: Williami. Boston. 31. flt*SS BATTED IN -- Swveri. Wath- lo«taa. t; Skowron. New York. 13: Went OvclaAd and Mantlf. Nfw York. (2. HITS -- fox. CBtfaio. 73: Mltiont, lottoi, 71: Skowron. New York and 'mon. Wathlrfton, 70. HOME RUNS - Mamlt. Ntw York. II; WUliami tazton. IS. card was £8-52 Olson. 01on was more cautious than for the fights in which he was operation, ParneU decided fo end | knocked out by Sugar Ray Roba career filled with ailments. Overall, Parnell's Red Sox career includes 123 triumphs, 75 losses and a 3.50 earned run average. FLI.ST, Mich, tn -- The frrst major golf tournament in_ this eity's history fets under way Thursday, with the nation's touring professionals shooting for a $37,000 melon in the 4-day Flint Open. Dick Mayer, National Open champion, and several of the other top professionals were missing from the field. Mayer was resting because of a stomach disorder. Cars' Middlccoff, whom Mayer trounced in a playoff'for the Open title, aho passed up the Flint tournament as did Sam Snead and Ben Hogan. The 6.615-yard layoul at the Flint Golf Club is heavily trapped and demands accuracy from the tee. Par for the tournament is 36- inson, losing crown in 1955 his and middleweight failing attempt to regain it in 1956. But he showed enough punch and gressireness to outpoint the clever Maxim, whom he had defeated in April, 1955. pporfl r League) Ledders: Doug's Gamble with Spoon On 15th Pays Off for a 66 in Masters Wednesday, June 19, 1957 GREELEY [nUBUXE ftge Ii 'Sg^tea*^. Boitoa, 17: Sicirra, Waih- PITCHING 17 deciiional -- Shanti. New Y.i*. S-l. ,U3: Bunninf. Detroit. 7-1. .S71: Znrertnk. Baltimore and Grim, New Ynrk. 7-1. -77S. NATIONAL L E A f i f E BATTING (123 at batl) -- Muaial. St. Lorta. .363: Ilodfea. Brooklyn. .Ml; Fon- dr. Pntaburfh. .133. BUNS -- Aaron, Milwaukee. 17: Rob- hlaoa. ClnclnnaU and Maya. New York. «: Blaalnsame. St. Unila. II. RUNS BATTED IN - Aaro«. Milwaukee. SI: Huaial. St. Lewia. X; Hoak. Cincinnati. 41. HITS -- Sehoendienat. Milwaukee. II: laron. MJwauke* and Mutial. St. Louia, 13: Robiaaon. Cincinnati. 73. HOME RUNS -- Aaron. Milwaukee, IS: Muiial. St. Loula, 11: Moon. St. Lo PITCHING (7 decialonii -- S Philadelphia. ··!. M: Schmidt, St 1-1. .137: Comet. New Yark. t-). .730. Fin* Finish--Sornt solltri might dispalr al this prtdicamint but not Oouj Fcrd. Ht holtd out this trap shot in (rent ef Ihi 11th grt«n at Augusta lor i U and tht 1(57 Masters championship. By HUGH FULLERTON JR. ATLANTA, Ga. OP -- Exultant Doug Ford called his final shot with the 1957 Masters Golf Tournament "The greatest shot I ever played." Later he decided that another great wallop on the 15th hole at Augusta National was the deciding factor in his victory and the final blast that holed out on the ISth creen was just window dressing for a fine round. But what window dressing. Ford was three strokes off Sam Snead's pace when he started the last round on a sunny, almost- windless afternoon on the sprawling 6,%Oy«rd Augusta National course. Four others were ahead of him and most of the players felt that with conditions so favorable one of the four would post a score too low for Ford to catcb up. But it was Doug who caught fire and, as word spread of his Cubs Keep Trying succession of birdies on the back nine, he began to pick up a large part of the huge Masters gal '·Vs. 1 lery. There must have been 5.000 S'. I people rinsing the 18th green when he finished. One of the few bad shots Fort CHICAGO U1 -- The Chicago Cubs continue to seek a winning team even if it means deals. Since the beginning of the season the Cubs have added 12 players to their roster. Six of the players began spring training with other National league clubs. Best rookie added since March appears to be pitcher Dick Drott. front location directly behind a yawning sand trap, and Doug's approach plunked into the trap. "I didn't want to hit it too bard because I was afraid of going way up on the back of the green," Ford explains. "I hit up on the ball and it went way up in the air and dropped in the sand." The ball appeared half buried and the hole couldn't be seen. But Ford didn't hestitate an instant, lie strode into the trap, took his itance, waggled his club once and hit the bal!. It was what Ford described as a wedge run shot For an instant it appeared the ball wouldn't clear ihe bank of the green, but it did hopped a couple of times ant rolled toward the hole 30 fee away. The crowd began to shou as the ball neared the pin and the shout became a shrill scream as the ball dropped into the hol for a birdie three. That gave Ford a siiunderpa 66 for the round and a 72-hol score of 283. Snead, who had been leading the tournament with ony riine holes to go, was on the 13th when hi heard an incorrect report Fort Fifihts i couple of bogies acd decided gamble on beating that total, am pramptly knocked one Into file's Creek and took I bogey sit n a hole where it's easy for him 0 get birdies. He wound up see- a... m, v.«couver._ ind, three, strokes behind Ford. Ford's other great shot at the Inter* followed his tee shot on he 15th. 111! caddie handed him an Iron and when Doug asked (or 1 spoon he said "this Is going to cost me JIM." Ford insisted on aking the chance. He said after ard "I do best when I gamble. get into more trouble trying to, l t l v l , lay safe than I do when I take chances." After fiddling around, he hit the ipoon; didn't clear the water by much, hit on the bank and bounced onto the green 40 feet from the pin. He got down from there in two putta for a birdie. · THE Asooruirn ratii PORTLAND. Or.. -- Cad (RorMI Ol. Joey Maiim, lltti. Miami. IS. PHOEMI. Aril. - Z»ra T.IWT. ZOO. toe.il. Hopped Juliul Gnfli.. 1M. New York. 1. NEW ORLEANS - Chailry Jo-eph. 13*. New Drleana. outpointed Spide 1U. Cfclcaro. ID RICHMOND. Calif - Ruben 111. RichjnoBd. C a l i f . alopped r.fardo Romero. HI. Sa. t r a n m TM . 3 MONTREAL -- Lulu f e r e i . I J I ' i , Brooktjn. outpointed Bobby Courtheine, !».. llolnte. M a n . 10 CARACAS. Yeneruela - V i f l o r rSftr.nyl Squaw .Valley To Be Plush Stale Park SACRAMENTO, Calif. * - A but appropriating H.WO.OOO to make the 1960 Winter Olympic* site at Squaw Valley Into a per- mimtr.t state park will be signed Wednesday afternoon by Cor. Goodwin Knight. The legislation ilso lires the state limited condemnation powers. Five million dollars had been i appropriated earlier for development of the site in the Sierra Nevada. { ! · 1 111*. Eldndfc. lo*i. S. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS'tfnnis plarr. One of Ihe oldest athletei IB ichican State history is service j v e t e r a n Bill Bisard, a 31-year-old hit all day set up the climatic blow. The pin was set in the l e f t ' h a d scored 281. He had just taken In Brief IV THE ASM.CHTED FCtSJ TEXM« SALT, LAKE CITY -- S«m CUmmiUa o* Trxii and Birry McKay ef Mi*h- tctfl led WMlfd plupri throuth th* tec- end rwiad of th» NCAA Tounament. LONPOS -- T« a Jua^r m*:nb«r« «* th» I'nitwl Statf« IV* P»Tit Oip l«»m. Mikr Grrrn of M i a m i . F l » . and Mtrtm franki of Lm AniH«. famed tb« third round 0f IIW O-J«B'a dub Champios- M I A M I . Fla. -- With J*-hold total of 140. John Prnnne of Miami Beach led the field of S4 playeri ..ualifytaa for the Southern Amateur Caampi«" l upa. T R A C K AND FIELD NEW YORK -- The Amateur Athletic Caion dropped plana for a propoted ae- nea of track meeta between the United Statei and Ru ila. SALT LAKE CITY OP - Michigan, led by Bis 10 tennis champion Barry MacKay. took a slight lead in team standings after the second round of matches Wednes-l ",JJ I Y; ' 1l '*i day in the National Collegiate [ featured Anthenii Tennis Championships. But right behind Michigan 1 ! four team points were Texas, Iowa and Tulane, each with six. DETROIT (fi -- John Ijboikey, a tnoughtful husbind. saw a stray j^ 1 golf club in the f a m i l y car Thurs-|r, T day. He stuffed it in his wife's golf bag. A short time later, Mrs. Ijhos- ley was i»ff for the golf club to play in a local women's tournament. RACING NEW YOUK -- Bureaucracy (111 I1 w i t h Ted Atkmaon in the ailki, won the featured R x k w a F Pura* at Belmoat Pa*k M a nead eiver Nah Iliaa. BOSTON - H«-C»a I S I S 101 m»ve4 from tail in the field of eicht to wta Ihe Arlmtto. rune at Sulloll Itowna br a lentth and a quarter. ·Tenflh victory in the furlnnci in 39 }-S aecondi. OCEANPORT. N. J. - Stral Point r t l S - S O ) woa Ui. featured rac. t Monmouth Park ly three «uart*ra of » lenfta. CHICAGO -- Yasabond King tl7.44 ran the ai furlonia Ui 1:10 S-3 to win the SS.KX) Delhi Pur*, at Arlington Park by too lenithi.' INGLTWOOD. Calif. -- Market Baiket A Fish Out of Water | MURRAY, Ky. in -- Mrs. Prentice Overby used her auto in landing a 12 pound ba:;. : Her car ftruck and killed t h e . fish which was in a fhallow pool: on a road covered by flood waters. | She took the 12pounder home i and had it for dinner. ' STATE INSPECTIONS Avoid the ruih and get your STATE INSPECTION STICKERS CJrly. The Colorado State Inspection price bai been railed IB $1.50. Speedometers repaired Bear Machine Bean Machine Sun Analyst! Machine! Speedometer Machine Front-end Alignment Wheel balancing Wheel straightening Brake Service Shock Absorbers Complete motor tune-up Bendlx Hydrovac Tester Each man Ii a ipeclatlst at his job. Bond's Automotive Engineers 90S l l t h Avenue, Greeley UNITED MOTORS SERVICE See your One-Man Track Team Mrs. UtwVey plijrd the first RYEGATE. Mont. IP _ If John Wncsinski of Rycgat* had been a one-man team he wouldn't have rine in 4S.'Thrn she m a d e i dis eovery. She had 15 rlub' That's nne n\tr (he linit allowed in the tourney. "Whit is the penally for h a v i n R an eitra club?" f h r ukrrl to-jr- ney officials. "T«o slroVrs pel- hole." was the reply. won the track meet, but he'd haxe ' r c o m e close. As it was, Wnesin- Uki took first place in the hish nic ' I hurdles, low hurdles. 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