Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 20, 1957 · Page 19
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P«8« 10 RREELEY TRIBUNE Thursday, June 20, 1957 Paul Moloney, Editor Legion-Elks Rout Windsor, 18-0 On Porter's No-No : Russ Porter's f a s t ball did the trick Wednesday as the (irccley l.rcion F.IVs w a l t z e d to an 180 triumph over Windsor in a District 3 legion A g a m e at Forbes field. Porter hurled a fancy nohitter, striking out all but four men to face him. He walked four men, picking two off the base paths. Windsor's other t w o outs were made by ground outs to the Legion- Elks second baseman. The (irecley nine unlea»hed a powerful extra base a t t a c k with Allen Brunz, Robert Nuanez, Pat Baggot, Jerry Teller, Abe Garcia and Vern K a r l m hilling triples. Baggot slimmed three and Ttllcz two. Doubles were socked by Nuinez. Philip Soliz and Karlin. All told the lBion-Elks picked up IS base bits with 12 going for extra bases. Teller went f o u r f o r f i v e . Charles Caztr, Rich Rangel, George Whittman and Richard Koskie were Ihe Runnrrs reached base off the Greeley righthander in the second, third, sixth, seventh and ninth innincs. Only one man reached second. That was in the second when Hink Rulf wn safe on Bag gel's t h r o u i n c e r r o r . Baggot fielded Huff's slow roller in front of the plate but his throw pulled Kirlin off first base. Buff advanced to second w h e n Karlin dropped Porter's pickoff throw. Greclcy failed to store only in Ihe first and fourth innings. The !.egion Klks biggest .inning came in the second when 10 men went to the plite. Six scored. The legion-Elks will resume District 3 play Sundiy when pliying host to Longmont. The Greeley nine will trivel to Ft. Morgan Fri day for a non league tilt. failing hit only LegionElk aafely. Porter struck out 15 before Baggot picked off a runner in the sixth. I Deaths and Funerals I Windsor (0) Ruff. 2b . Schlotlhauer, cf . Waag, Ib Deitz, c Seibert. p lltrgert, si Crazier, 3b Rutz, rf ._ Steinbecker, rf _ Wilson, If . .._ Oominguez, If _ BRADLEY Arthur II. Ilndlfy of KtrM-y. ArranftmrnU later. J A K V I S V. H. (l«"»7) J « r t l « lit 1721 Kithlh A x r n u f . H u s b a n d of Mr«. Edllh *!« J a r i l a : f a t h e r (f K e n n e t h H. J a n l f t of Concord, Calif., nud Mr*. \rna B. Uoltuu of Melbourne, Fla.: b r n t h r r of William J a r i l a nf Kt. Collln*. Mr*. Florftir* 1 Wllllama of J'an.idfna, C-alir, and Mri l.illlc Morion of l.lte Oak. Calif. Alan a i i r t l v r d \r two j r a n d r h l l d r f n . Servlren 1 p.m. Friday, A d a m s n n Memorial C h a p e l . Inturnen'. (irindvlcw Oniftery, Kl. ('nl- llna, in r h a r j e of C r r f l r y Lodj» No. *0?. B.P.O.K. H A R T I N K Z John F. Mirllnei of Lur»mf. H u i b a n d of .Mm. A n i l * Martines; father of Join, Hlrhird, R a r h r l and Ilrrnlrr Martlnrl. all lit home; »ion of Mr. and Mr«. ridflphln Martlnrs of nalnsilllr. M r x l r u : brother of I^« M a r t l n e s nf Puebln. Kd- »ard. Alfred. A n d y «nd Beatrice. M a r t l n e i , all of Lucerne. ArraDftfloentB later. HOOT Mri. M a t F R r e t Kathleen ]t(Kt of jouth of liiSallt. Mother o: Stephen Hoot of !.aSal!e, Mr«. Alice Menu of Kllttm. Md.. tnrl Mri, VMnh Keener of Windsor. Sister of H e n r y Craven of dreeley. Claren.« and ] f o Craien of ijiSalle, F.arl Craren of \oder, W ) O . »nd F.rneit Craien of Kerser. Ker»lrea : r. m. S t t u r d i y f r n m M«CT» |ira«lm Rornn. Rebekah nervlc-ea at Linn C.rnTe. Frifnita »ho d e t r e TnaVe memorial itnna- t i c n s to the I t n i l d i n c Kund of the P r e a h j r t e r i a n Chtirrh of I^Salla In lieu of flowera. Ab R H E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Lftion-EIVs (11) Hrunr, 3b W h i t t m a n . 2b -- Ilitliff, 2ti Nuinez. rf _ Soliz, rf . Ilangel, cf . Koskie, If PuKgot. c Tellcz, I f c f Mrlander, is _ Garcia, is Porter, p Karlin, Ib Cater, Ih » 0 0 7 Ab R H E . 6 2 2 0 - 4 1 0 0 _ 1 1 _ 4 0 - 1 0 1 0 2 0 La Salle Bombers Romp Over Fort Collins, 16-4 I.A SAIJ.F. - The La Salle U- Iion A BomUrs had easy flying Wrdnesday as they racked up Ft. Collins, 164, In a District 3 game here. - i I.i Salle came up wilh one three- run and two four-run i n n i n p s to m i k e Ihe verdict easy. Charles Itaines and I'epper Morgan, l.a Side's cheetahs, stole home to highlight Ihe Bombers tour-run second. Doug Graff singled home two w i t h a bales loaded hit in I.a Salle's four-run eighth. Ft. Collins wildncss climiicd La Sille's three-run seventh. The Bombers picked up two runs each in Ihe third and luth innings. They opened the game with one run in the fir»t. Monty Betz and Al Heckman f r a m e d up to pilch I.a Salle to victory. Hetz ran into a . wild streak in the fourth when Ft. Collins tallied three of its runs. Bell gave up all four runs, three earned, on tvto hits and five walks. He struck nut It in five : nningi. I l r r k m a n pitched to seven men in finishing up. The runner reached base on a walk. F.Imer Vannest topped IJ Sille w i t h three hits in four trips, driv ng home two runners. Graff lot wo safeties and plated three run- ers. U Salle will travel to Lowry AFB Friday to meet the Morrison Morrison team-of Denver. Sunday Ihe Bombers are scheduled to play at Estes Park, but uncoil- irmed reports Indicate Estes Park las dropped from the league. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i l l 5 3 4 2 3 1 . 1 1 1 4 2 1 3 1 2 2 1 0 43 18 II 2 Windsor _____ . COO 000 000- 0 Ugion-Klk« . _ _ Ota 021 331-11 Huns Baited In -- llrunr 2, Nu- ancr, Solii 3. Tellci 3, Melimler, Garcia. Karlin 3. ZB-- Nuancz, Soliz. Karlin. 3S-Ba!EOt 3, Tellei Z, llrunz, Garcia, Karlin. SB -Brunz 2, Melander 2, Porter. I.OB -Windsor 3, Legion F.Iks 5. BB- Keibert 3. Porter 4. SO-Srjbrrt 7, Porter 23. Buns and Earned Runs --Porter 0 and 0, Seibert li and 14. IIP-- Seibert ( B a i l i f f ) . PB-Deitz 3. Elks Suiter No-Hi!, No-Run Loss Wednesday LONGMO.NT -- The Longmont Junior legion baseball team got no hit, noTun pitching from Bud Ramsey and Skip Morgan Wed netday afternoon to beat the Greeley Klks, 110, here in a district 3 game. Ramsey worked the first five in nines for the Uingmont team. He walked tw-u men but Mas perfect otherwise as he whiffed eight Klks. Morgan walked two in the final two innings. He struck out three. R a m s e y aided his own cause by driving home three runners with a home run and a triple. His homer came in the first inning with one m a t e aboard. I/ongmont scored in every In ning except the sixth. David Val f-ncia, who relieved starter Marv Redman in the fifth, got the side in order in the sixth. Redman was tagged for nine runs, five earned, on six hits am three walks. He struck out hree Valencia allowed two earned runs in Ihe fiflh on two hits and one walk. Ra.rn.sey and Jim Hairy topped the Ixjngmont hitlers with two hits each, John Haley and Buster Adams each drove home two run Umpires-- Dresser Time-2:3l. and Moloney. jR SU-ilK. otluaiu fl.ffl~t.J4 Angelo To Play Local Teams Not Walden Nine Angrlo Upholstery has been substituted for Walden Plumbing and Heating in Fridiy night's soflhall doublrheader at Forbes field. Carmil Forbes. Northern Colorado Softball official, said Thursdiy. Grerlry's M e r c h a n t s will meet Ancrlu in the first c a m e it 7;"o p.m. The K v a n s V. F. W. club will meet Ihe Denver t e a m in the nijht- cap Rainouts in Ibe Denver City I r a c u e forced the c h a n g i n g of t e a m s . Anselo his a bye in City leisue pliy Friday nicht. Elks (0) I). Nelson, s* _ G. Tellez. 3h . Brown. 2b Knglish, If rf _ Leach, e Koskir, e . Valencia, cf-p . Runner, Ib K. Tellez If ._ Gilfillan, If Gihhs, If Redman, pcf Ab R H E . 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 · r TIE atsonaiED r»u NATIONAL LiACUE w. L. r«i. ;· Md.l.kM . S I J I JM- It Louia . . . SI SI J7* H Brokln ' . _ . 11 J« .111 » riaciaiitl II 17 M9 1 PUlaol»Wa" l *» .S4I m »:.. v.,» . SI 11 .411 IVt t-- . , M 17 .171 HVt Cfelcaia I. Collins (4) [tingle, Ib Jones. 2b McMillan, cf _ Moddelmog, U . Albright, c Mulnik, 3b Grothe, is p -- 3b-cc Zack. rf Sates, p-3b Ab R H E 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 La Stilt (It) lamei, ss -- :,«pez. cf Morgan, 2b _ \urzyna, Ib . :;raff. c __ Schmidt, If _ Mast, If Alles. 3b _ ,'annest, rf -Mater, rf . flenke, rf -- I/ive, 2brf licit, p _ Heckman, p . Ft. Collins La Salle . 3 0 0 0 - 4 Z 1 0 30 4 Z 6 Ab R H I . 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 Z 1 1 1 0 . 0 . 4 3 0 0 0 6 . 3 0 0 0 0 . 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 . 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 . 4 1 0 1 3 1 . II 11 -HI U .. . ..... . Thursday's Sfhtdula Ntw Y*rk ·! MUwaulM -- Barclay 12 SI Tt Pliant (l-s. Fftlladclaala at CWcaa» -- Had£x CM) VI. Kaltrr 11-41. Biooklja at Oaclaaatl (aifftt) --Cral| (1-41 ··. La»r«iir« IS-4). rnutauria at St. Lovla alihtl-Array» 11-11 vi Dlram 'VII ·» SfUnUtt («-!. Wtdntsday'i Rtsults 32 1C 10 2 (101 300000-- 4 longment (11) Wijert, cf . Ott, cf ._ Flynn, 2b Shiw, 2li . Adams, c . Ramsey, p l b -Morgan, p _ Jim Haley, ss -- Sumsky, s» _ Powell, rf Shnrer, rf B. Nelson, 3h _. Millespaugh, 3b John Hairy. If . M u l v a n e y , If -Dawson. Ib Henry, Ib ___ Padres Gain First Division | By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i San Diego's Padres, continuing to punish Sin Francisco, are a Pacific Coast League first d i v i s i o n in m»v m » V e rrmuitnitlons to [ d u b Thursday think* pirtly to a WILSON Karl Wilton of f'S M o n l » Yi»u D r i v e , K l . rnllin*. l l u i - r-and of M a r x u e n t e \ V I U i n ; f a t h e r o f M t « . A d a m K a t l f r rf TVindsor and C h a r l e s \Vll«on of Kl. Collins; brother of Glen Wilson of Adam. Netr . ind Mr». A n d r Arnistroni: of Odell. Netir. Also a u r v l v e d I v t h r e « iranJclilhtren. S e r t i i n Friday 2 p :n , llalmer-Colltr.s Chapel, Kl. Collins. I n t e r m e n t Iceland. Thoie « l « h l n t to 112 002 341-16 Runs Batted In--Gatea. Raines 2, G r a f f 3. Scmidt, Alles, Vannest 2. 2B-Alles. 3B-Gates. SB-Kline, Raines 4, Morgan 3. Kurzyna, Schmidt. Vannest 2. IX)B--Ft. Collins I, La Salle 14. BB--Gates 9, Gothe 6, Betz S, Heckman 1. SO --Betz 11, Heckman 4, Gates 7, Grothe 2. IIO-Gates I in 6 innings, Grothe 2 in 2 innings. Beta 2 In 7 innings, Heckman 0 in I innings. Runs and Earned Runs off of--Betz 4 and 3, Gates * and 7, Grothe 7 and 6, Heckman 0 and 0. HP-Gates (Morgan). WP-Betz. PB--Albright 4. Winner -Bets (30). Loser--Gates. Umpires --Stern and Kenspo. Time--2:45. Zulueta Howls Over Decision in the 15th Br PRANK PITMAN DENVER Ifl -- Lightweight Champion Joe Brown, winner by a Hth round technical knockout over Orlando Zulueta, shopped around Thursday for pork chops and ome overweight matches to cash in on his titlt. Brown, living up to his nickname of Joltin' Joe, knocked the bobbing Cuban to the eanras in the 13th round for a nine count and finished him off with a flurry of rights a scant 21 seconds before the end of the nationally televised tiUe fight Wednesday night. Referee Ray Keech was roundly booed by the crowd of 3,686 in the Denver Coliseum for stopping.the bout. Zulueta got up at tht count of eight after his second knock down. "That was tht lousiest-detision I ever saw in my life," wailed Zulueta's manager, Hymit Wall? n ! m l n 1 " i "I felt fine." said the downcast 0 °| 28-year-old challenger in his dress- 5 ? ? °.|ing room. "My head was elear. 1 wasn't a big dizzy.Y The three officials had Brown ahead on points when the fighl was stopped. Keech scored H 6861. Judge Don Perko 67-60 and Judge Joe Ullmer 66-65. The AP had Brown in front 6051. 1 o o Zulueta. who weighed lJ3»i, said 0 : it was the firit time he'd b*en knocked off his feet in 101 fighU Brown, 1JI», said hi caught niria* HI MJ ««-* !· · Caro»n. It.aana |i. M«r«h«ad i aad Loeatai Prxt a*4 Ntvmaa. (StroRdi rkll.Jilaala . . . ·"· lit »-a I (V,,,. . m «1 «a--4 t Itvhrrta. UiIKr I I I . rirSw.ll i l l a LoaMtt: Drabowiar, Lo»i (I* aad raa- lliriO i!"u.i!* «~ S i».-s · Kllu aad K»di JooM atd Laidrtta. isnoxll ·iml.ifk (mania*--I « I Purk. ; . raea~"(lrn. O Smith (71. p-Brlta i l l and roil«i: L. McUal ' Willtlm (7) aad H. Smith .11,. ai«ania«»-l . tlnatl . IMMiMli--4 11 a ntdw. Labiaa (71 aad CampantUai A(k»r. I'rttmaa (II aad Bailtr. Com.t, PaTla III Worthlnjtoa (II, lie- O l C e r m l t k (71 aad Wtitrum. Thomaa Buhl and lt.c« A M E R I C A N L E A G U E w. L. r.t G f o .. ,, 17 11 -Ml -York IS n .III 1 Kviland .-- - 1 1 II .Ml I' Vtrat.._ _ -- -- _ Jl 17 .141 4' · , IS II .471 loi lltlmort . . 13 13 .411 11 ··in cn» u u .411 u aihiiiu* ... 10 41 .111 » Thursday's ScrwduU CVcaio at Baltimore -- ftah«r (Ml Httilai tw T*rk . M)t *!fl 4t»-- 1» I Ui«, Sluur (II. Taitourla 17 aad IOMM: atardjTiat aod B«rra. Chleaia .t Baltimore (BUht) Itaaiia city at WarUaitoa (Biihtl . ...... Ke«fi.. Hirilunia (71 and Ixillari Or. · rtlll. Uknaa III, WlfU (( OOU (II 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 II 0 0 4 Ab R H E . 2 1 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Greeley Elks Ixinsmont 29 11 S 1 . nno ooo o-- o 232 220 x-11 Runt Datted l i -- R a m s e y 3. John Hairy 2, Diuson, Adims :. Toucll, Sumskc. 2B---Sumsk*. 3B--Rim «cy. 1IR -- Itamsey. SB--Shaw, Aiiams, Jim Haley. I.eich. Sic--n. Nelson. I.OB-Umimnnt 9. Klks: nursed 7. I1B--Redman 3, Valencia 1; R a m i e y 2. .Morgan 2. SO-R«-dmin 3, Valencia 1, l l a m s r y (. Morgan Zulueta with a left uppercut in the 13th and nailed him with a com bination of right hands to tht heat and body in the 15th. Action was fast paced through most of the fight but the finely tuned fighters stood up well. Zu lucta's left, striking like a cobra flicked open a cut over Brown's n the 10th. In his dressing room Zulueta mirble-siie lump near his left eye. Both eyes were hear ily bloodihot. Brown's only eomplaint wa Ihe Cancer Fund In lieu cf flower*. F U N E R A L P I E C E S On Short Nollct ·W« Grow Th« Flonen- H A N S E N ' S G R E E N H O U S E Se. (tn Ava. Ph. 70* -- Frta Delivery -- ··«·····«·« ····O****** F N E S M F L O W E R F U N E R A L SPRAY* "Conilsteotly tbt Deal" TIM Deli»ry BENSON'* W. Ltvlland Rd. Ph. 401 4 pitch w a l k and a 9th-innm{, 2 Rudy Regalario w a s the central ( nin " f '' f i j u r e 11 the Piilrcs knocked o f f , lear.ue-ieading San Francisco 8-7 1|(0)( Wednesday for the iccond striicht time. M a n a g e r George Mclko- uch's Soiilhlir.dcri moved up into fourth place replacing Scittle, 3. HO--Kedman 0 in 5 innings, Morgan 0 in 2 innings. Redman 6 in 4 innings, Valencia 2 in 2 innings. Runs and Karncd Runs off o f -- R e d m a n 9 anil 5, Valencia 2 and 2. HP-Ramsey (G. Tcllej). W P -- R e d m a n , Ramsey. Winner-(02). sore hands which he soaked in a pail of ice after his victory. Brown, father of four sons, uii before the fight he was "hungry for pork chopi and I'm going to get a whole plateful after 1 win. 1 1'ntil Ihe Zulueta fight. Brown ·aid he hadn't "made a dime" ou nf the title he won last Augui from Wallace (Bud) Smith. Sine 'then Brown whipped Smith b ITKO in a rematch and he won . .1 N«» V*rk -- L*ry (4-T) S S I »r rMmar (1-11. ad at Buui -- Wrna IM) l.l«r 14-11. Kaaiai 017 at watklwm -- r»na- arrtr* (l-li *i. Ramoa 14-41. Wadn«sdiy's Risults m in ix-4 it i . Arilrra (S) awl Nil Garvtr, Coraaa (Si. Tnitha II 7 7) Mor ill aad amltl; Sttmmtrtr aad B«r Cards Win Double Bill To Press Milwaukee for League Leadership Drolt Hurls First Shufout by a Cub CHICAGO us -- If the Chicago "ubs somehow stumble out of the National League wilderness, a kid pitcher may lead them. That would be 20-year-old Dick Drott, who Wednesday hurled the season's first shutout by a Cub itcher and raised his strikeout otal to 77, to tie for first place in the league'with Philadelphia'! 'ack Sanford. Drott's 3-hitter for a 9-0 victory which started a Cub aweep of a win bill against the Phils save the surprising righthander a 6 ecord in his freshman big league eason and his fourth in pro ball. Drott, who celebrates his 21st lirthday on July 1, is making his irst major leagut chance a very erious business and a delight for Manager Bob Scheffing. · For instance, Drott Wednesday cooled off after his white-washing of the Phils in which he fanned eight in tht first game. Then he donned his uniform again and sat on the bench as the Cubs whipped the Phils, 4-3, in the nightcap. Aiked why he didn't take advantage of an early afternoon off, tht kid from Cincinnati replied: 'I guess I could lent the ball ?ark, but there Isn't anything else lo do." And then Monday, an off-day [or the Cubs, Drott was out pitch- irg in batting practice to rookie shortstop Jack Littrell. "Jack's my roomie and he asked if I would pitch to him," explained Drott, who led the Pacific Coast League in strikeouts last season with 184. "I figure the other guys in the lineup help you win so you should help them." Scheffing had high praise for Drott's "pitching sense." think ha has better control BOW than when I had him at Los Anjriei lait leason," said Scheffing. "And this season, whh a few Br ED WILKS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Okay, so the St. Louis Cardinals look great, just a half game out of the National League, lead. But you've got to split the credits between a long streak and a short memory. They hustled to 20 victories la the last 77 games, winning 13 of '.he last 1C, and jumped from sixth JVi games behind, to within seven percentage points of the 1st- place Milwaukee Braves. Trouble is, they were only three points out of the lead at this stage a year ago -- then went Into a late-June swoon that dumped them out of the race for a 4th-place finish, 17 games behind. The Redbhrds moved in on the Braves Wednesday night, sweeping Pittsburgh 5-2 and 5-1 as Milwaukee's Bob Buhl cut the Braves' sked at three games with his third consecutive 4-hitter in a 6-0 victory over the New York Giants. Rtdligt Cemt Irem Bihind Cincinnati ended its 4 same slump, .coming from behind on home runs to beat Brooklyn 4-3. leaving the Redlegs and Dodgers two games behind with the Brooks in third place by two percentage points. Philadelphia slipped to fifth, 2^ behind, with a twin loss at Chicago, 9-0 and 4-3. In the American League, Chi cago's White Sox held on to a ZW-game lead with a 3-1 decision at Baltimore after the 2nd-place New York Yankees had upped their winning streak to six games with a 102 breeze against Detroit. Third-place Cleveland lost 6-0 at Boston. Kansas City joined Balti more in sixth place, rallying in the ninth'to defeat Washington £-3. Fifth Deubli Victory «f Yiar The Cardinals, a surprising J4 10 road club, gained a 9-14 rec ord at home with their fifth dou bleheader sweep of the year (they won only four all last season). Sam Jones won bis fourth in the opener, striking out 10 and lim iting the Bucs to only four hits after the first inning as the Cards broki a 2 all tie with three in the seventh, llobe Landrith's d o u b l e drove home the winner and Joe Cunningham then packed it away with a 2 run pinch homer as Ron Kline lost his 10th. Mwwi and Muslil Slam Homirs Willy Moon swatted a Z-run homer as the Redbirds scored three in the nightcap first against Bob Purkey. Stan Musial hit his 1Mb homer and stretched his hitting streak to 19 games as young Lind] McDaniel won his seventh. Buhl got a quick lead as Henry Aaron matched Yankee Mickey Mantle for the major league homer lead with bis 19th in the third inning. Wes Covington added a 3 run homer in the fifth. Ruben Gomez, who has won nine, lost his fourth. R*dl»g Homtrsl Runs Each Both Redleg homers were Z-run jobs, in the seventh, with Bob Thurman delivering his fourth pinch-hit shot ahead of Don Hoak's clincher. Tom Acker won his sev enth, shutting out the Brooks un til they scored three in the sixth two on Elmer Valo'i home run Ernie Banks and Walt Moryn each belting two home runs for the day connected for successive wallops in the nightcap eighth to win for young Moe Drabowsky Rookie Dick Drott won his sixth rith a 3-hitter and eight strikeouts in the opener. Two walks and RBI (ingles by Jim Rivera and Bubba Phillips produced two Znd-inning runs foi the White Sox, who were outhi 9-6. Bob Keegan won h. Art Cec careKi was the loser. Sullivan Blanks Indians Frank Sullivan blanked the In dians on five hits, beating Miki Garcia as the Red Sox, who hat lost four in a row, scored four in the fourth, two on Frank Maione's double. Jimmy Piersall and iaramy White homered for Boson. Virgil Trucks won his sixth in elief for the A'l. breaking a JU tie 'with an RBI single. Ex- Yankee Billy Martin then hit a -run homer. Bill Skowron and Mickey Manle each had a double and two ingles and two runs batted in as O.S61 watched Sturdivant win his ixth and Duke Maas lose his ourth. It ran the Yankee winning itreak to six games. The Yanks crashed through for wo in the third on a walk to Sturdivant, Bobby Richardson's lacrifice and successive scoring jingles by Mantle and Harry Simpson. Simpson, recent acquisi- ion from Kansas City, was making his first starting appearance as a Yankee, playing right field while Hank Bauer shifted to left. Bears Whammed by Indians By THE ASSOCIATED PRE£S The Omiha Cardinal? and thfir cc ri£hlhandcr, Frank Barnes. Drtr*n EtoUtaf Jb 4 1 4 JRirhdin f t 4 1 ) 2 4 9 1 IMcDfld ·· 1 J « 1 s a i i · i 4 1 S ItWma 5 a l 4Mantle ri 4 S S ISlanahtr U 4 1 1 ISimpaol 1 a i oa-H0ward 1 1 1 IKuMk t f - r t 1 1 1 * 1 1 1 ISkowroa Ib 4 1II I ri 111 l f » 1 · · iCoIllni Ib y t 9 · iFWrri e 1 · · «Bau*r li-rl SI 121 nearer · · 1 S X S I l i l t Slurdirat 9 S i l l Totali 17 IS a-rii*d tut for SL/npioa la 7th. Fouled out lor Tiiuraila la Ith. uMiiaani--1 R--I!ou»r. Porter. Rirhardioa 1. Mr oulald Z. Mantle 1. SkowroB. Brrrai [urdivaat. E-- Bolliai. miller. RBI--Tut- IK, Houw. McDovcild S. UantK 1, Simp- aoa, Btrra 1, Skowron 1. ZB-Tuttll Skowroa IB--McDoutald. HR- McDouiald, Btrra. SB--TvtUr. S~ li Carry. Rirhardioa and Sko« roa. Ifft-Dttrott 7, New York S. BB-- Uaai 1, Sltatr-r 1. Strndlvant Z. SO-1. Tutogrla Z. Sturdlraot S. HO-- Uaaa I la S, Slratrr 4 tn 1 1-1. S U 1 11. KtER-Uaai Sl«at»r 4-4. Sturdlvaat 11. Taltmint 1-L W-Sturdnaat (S-ll. L-VI1I (7-4). ~ 1 U A-1IJ41 No Final Deal Made or Moving Dodgers and Gianls from N.Y. WASHINGTON 111 - Baseball Jommlisloner Ford Friek laid Vednesda? he li convinced no fill deal hn been made to move Jie Brooklyn Dodgeri and New ork Giants to California. Frick told a House Antitrust subcommittee he thinks "the in- ere»t of the public itself will in- lufnce the movement or non- movement of these clubs before It :oei through." He appeared before the subcommittee to oppose lc(islation to put iaseball under the antitrust lawi. f this' were done, he said, and ·specially if the reserve claim In ·layer contracts were outlawed, jaseball would be set back SO ·ears with no compensating bene- its -to the fans. Frick also told the subcommit- ee, whict is considering a var- ety of bills on the antitrust status of professional team sports, that he wishes there were a legal way o prevent the telecasting of ma- or league games in minor leagut cities on the days of home games. The questioning got around to he negotiations affecting the New York teams when Frick argued hat baseball has built-in regulating devices that male it unnecessary for the government to apply he antitrust laws. Not only does baseball regulati tj internal affairs, he said, but t is "under the constant scrutiny of an interested and at times enraged public" and knows it depends on the "feelings, aspirations affections and confidence of thi public." Chairman Celler, a Democrat who represents a Brooklyn district remarked that the public can't bi ·the guardian" of baseball when it doesn't know what is going on, and cited the unconfirmed reports about the Dodgers moving to Lot Angeles ssd the niants to San Francisco. Frick acknowledged he had advised the club owners not tn talk about their negotiations "to maki a Roman holiday during the base- jill season " . , breaks, his record BOW could be ! gained ground on their companion I t e a m s in the American Assn.'s 9-3 instead o( 6-6." Drott hss a "live* hit hill, a fine curve and a chin j e e p he uses with his curve. Droll's six yictories represent roughly one- third of the Cubs' li wins to date. first division Wednesday night. Barnes set a new league record of 41 2-3 consecutive scoreless innings last week before injuring his hick and retiring from the Redbird lineup. He returned Wednesday night Kenddll 10 Wed * r o n t i "' decision over A r m a n d I w h i c h lott e-4 to Vancouver. The Mounlies' victory broke a 3-game SF.W YORK IP - Stage-icreen itar Rei Harrison and actress Kay Kendall obtained a marriage license Wednejdiy. The Kngliih- .born couple said they would mar- A Better MEMORIAL el LOWER PRICES losing itrrik and stopped a g a m e Hiinicr winning Vcin. Third bisemin itrclchrd hit hitlirg ilreik to 17 consecutive games with a 9lh-in- ning hunt. Boh Di Pietro, a former Seal, drove in the w i n n i n g ] , , _ .. ., run with the 2 out single d o w n | l ' I B aiadlUtn iOW the thin 1 bale line. ' Portland scored five runs in the I F.AST LANSING. Mich i , _ h '" i n fo m i i o ' c ^ r . "'°f m «" o r ... . * f thei lh " r firit inning, then went on to defeat Hollywood » 5 I/ii Angeles moved within half a game of Seattle -- «li games nut of first hut in siith plact -clobbering Sacjamfnto JO-0. The original Macklin stadium at Michigan State was built in 1923 lo hold 14.000 persons. When the current double-decking protect is completed next fall It will hold 76.000. · / Savoie at Houston. For Wednesday night's work. Brown collected a J2S.OOO guarantee made up from the paid attendance and the televisio" receipts. Zulueta collected 20 per cent of the gate and TV. The gross gate was announced as $20,29050 and the net $17.64130. Brown's manager, Lou Viscusl, said he hoped to line up aa overweight non-title match in about 30 days for Brown. "We don't w a n t any more long layoffs," Vis- euil saU. He Indicated Brown would agree to a title milch within M days against Michigan's K-nny Lane, No. 1 challenger, as deer»*l bf th* National Boilng All*. Longmont Assured Hospital as Final Amount Is Raised LOXGMOST (A -- I-ongmont residents shelled out $24.281 in cash in the last 21 hours of a drive to assure construction of the Longmont Community Hospital. Basic contracts requesting $360,271 In federal aid wert signed as tht drive ended Tuesday. Milton Nelson, chairman of thelver's struggle for a spot in the board of directors of the new bos-'first division by whipping the pita), said thit a scant 21 hours!Bears 16C. before the desdline, it looked l i k e ] Barnes gave up only sit hits, the drivt would finish short. More than 100 business leaders I Denver got a taite nf its own mtt at a breakfast to help m k e i medicine when the Indiinapolis up the difference. [batters diiplayed an unmerciful Construction of the JO-bed. $SiO,-;hitting barrage with 21 hits and 000 hoipital will Hart in July, pro-!32 total basei. vided federal approval is received. | The Bears jumped to a 6-1 lead, then the Indians came to life and never let up. Ron Jackson put the frosting on tht Indians' cake with and started working on a new string of shutouts by whitewashing the fir.«t place Wichita Braves. j 4-0. Omaha remained in fourth place, but now is only two gimes out. St. Paul and Minneapolis, in a virtual second place tie. remained one game off the pace in absorbing one-rur defeats. The Charleston Senators nipped the Slints, 43, and Louiiville beat Minneapolis, 5-4. I Indianapolis put a crimp in DM- $15.000 fanned 10 and walked two in add ing to his record. Topeka Streak Snapped at 10 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Topeka's 10-gamt W e s t e r n League winning streak wa snapped Wednesday night and i took lowly Colorado Springs to turn the trick. The Tib-place Sky Sox sent an across the plate in the ninth for a 6-5 victory and allowed Znd-place A m a r i 11 o to gain some ground at long last, Amarillo has won 11 out of its last 14 games, but couldn't cu into Topeka's lead while th Hawks were hot on the victory trail Despite Uie defeat, Topeka stil holds a comfortable J l i game margin. Albuquerque put a victory along side a Sioux City defeat anc moved into undisputed fourtl place. Albuquerque and Sioux'City have been battling it out the pas week for a spot in the first di vision. All of Uit games, except the Topeka-Colorado Springs affair were rather one-sided. Albuquerque c r u s h e d Dei Moines 15-t, Pueblo dropped Lin coin S-4; and Amarillo defeated Sioux City 10-4. Colorado Springs loaded the bates with two out in the nint] inning and then called on pincl hitter Gene SheeU. He lofted an easy fly in far territory near first base, but Jim Pokel dropped the ball and Glrnn Rosentaum trotted home from third with the winning run. Dot teams blew leads early in th game. The loss was hung on Joe HabeJ, the third of four Topek hurlers. John Stadnicki, the win ningest pitcher in the league wa relieved in the sixth after givini up 10 hits, but was spared hi first defeat of the year. Dennis Luby, Albuquerqui catcher, blasted a 3-run homer a double and a single, to lead A! buquerque to its easy victory. . 5-run sixth inning gave the Duke an the runs they needed to sto; DCS Moines. Lefthander Fred Besan m a d his debut in an Amarillo uniform Wednesday night and although he tired in the eighth Inning, was credited with the win over Sioux City. Besana, obtained from Vancouver this week, allowed nine hits and struck out seven. Pueblo combined Gene Hines' 5-hit pitching and an extra-base attack to drop 3rd-place Lincoln. The Dodgers scored four runs in the second to go out in front to stay. Doubles by Dick Tncewski _ and Biil Brovrae wert the big j holds the Dartmouth mile run hits. 'record of 4:106. Hogg Pitches Salt lake City to 5-1 Victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Winston Brown of Boisi hurled 1-0, 7-inning, no-hitter against the Pioneer League leading Billings Mustangs at Boise Wednesday night in the first game of a doubleheadcr. U was the first no-hitter in thi Class C league since Aug. 19, 1955, when John Reider of Magic Valley did it. And Brown's opponent on tht mound, Ernie Evans, allowed only one hit -- in the bottom of tht seventh, a double by Mori Lerner which knocked in the winning run. Billings won the second game, 20. In other games, Magic Valley beat Missoula, 3-1. Phil Hewitt hit a 400-foot homer to lead the Salt Lake Bees to a 5-1 victory over Great Falls and gave John Hogg, Colorado State's AH-Americaa hurler this year, his first victory, and Idaho Falls split a doublchead- er, losing the first one, 6-5, but taking the nightcap, 7-1. The second game was called at the end of eight innings because of midnight curfew. The New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup thru times -- 183, 1131 and 1HO. i 1-rua homrr to Vthe ninth. ·r THE AMormrn mrn A M E R I C A N ASSN. LauiivU]* S. Minneapolis 4. . Omihi 4. Wirbita «. ladianipoli* It. D*nvrr - OiirVttnn 4. SI. F»ut 1 ririric COA«T E S*n Ditto t. 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