Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 20, 1957 · Page 22
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Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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I Coe in Shaky Start Survives Whitmore Catches 'Big One' DALLAS ui _ Off lo a somewhat shaky sturt in defense of his i ^Trans-Mississipi golf championship. Charley Coe, America's Walker Cup (cam captain, meets rYank Redman of El Paso in the jftond round Thursday. Coe had to come from behind Wednesday lo beat Chuck Dresser, Houston oil man, 2 and 1 m th? opening of match play. He did it wilh 6-over-par goif, had four 3- putt greens and once was i n - a I creek. He could get only a halve I on one hole when Dresser hit trees four times before wedging a 40 fooler for a par. But Dreiser, who had icon 2-up advantage through cighl holes slip away from him, was out o bounds at 16 where Coe won the hole and that sacked it up for Ihe Oklahoma City star because they halved 17. Redman reached Ihe second round with a 2 and 1 decision over Dud Dysong of Dallas. Rex Baxter Jr. of Amarillo, the University of Houston ace, observed his selection to the Walker Cup Icam with a 2 and 1 victory over E. J. Rogers Jr. of Wichita Falls, Tex. Coe and Baxter lead Ihe two brackets, Coe (he upper and Baxter the lower, and it's possible the only Walker Cup members ia the field will meet in the finals Sun day. Shorls NEW HAVEN, Conn. UP) - Yale football great Thomas Albert Bwieht (Tad) Jones died Wednesday. He was 70. ' Former All-America quarterback, he lelt one of the most remarkable coaching records in Yale history -- 57 wins, 15 losses and 4 ties. He retired in 1927 after nine years of coaching to devote his time to the industrial coal and oil firm that bears his name. DAYTON, Ohio W -- Eleven 1956 Olympic champions, and all but two winners la last Saturday's NCAA finals, are among the entrants for the 69th annual national AAU track-field championships here Friday and Saturday. The 21-event program is scheduled Friday and Saturday nights. Between 425 and 450 of'the nation's brightest Binder stars will compete. Only NCAA victors to miss the meet will be Bobby Morrow of Abilene Christian, winner of both dashes, and Hon Delaney of Villanova, who captured the mile. Delaney is heading for his native Ireland and Morrow is resting after a tough year ot competition. PHILADELPHIA «t -- Golfer Ben Hogan was awarded ?5,000 damages Wednesday against a New York publishing company which portrayed his technique in a book, "Golf With the Masters," brought out two years ago. Judge Peter F. Hagan of Common Pleas Court ruled that A, S. Barnes and company had "misappropriated" Hogan's property rights "in the commercial value of his name and photograph." Hogan said he had not authorized Barnes to use text and illustrations pertaining to his style. CINCINNATI UP) -- Bob Thurman of the Cincinnati Rcdlegs may never be a regular day-by- day major league outfielder but he's a one-man wrecking crew as i pinch hitter. And if the Brooklyn Dodgers, feel they're being haunted by a former teammate they know his name -- Don Hoak. Those two" combined (heir home run hitting talents Wednesday night to give Cincinnati a 4-3 victory over the Dodgers. Thurraan blasted a pinch-bit home run with one on and it was the fourth time this season he has come through with a homer while apearing as a pinch hitter. He has a total of eight homers for the Eeasuj. Hoak, who formerly played with the Dodgers and then the Chicago Cubs with little or no batting success, got the game-winning 2-run homer anr 1 it was the fourth he has hit against the Brooks this season. He has a total of ten. Minor League Attendance Now Ahead of Year Ago (Thursday, June 20.1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 11 Fights Bf TUL Aft3lM.I4lk.U |-MfcB3 HUXI.S'U DKNVtR -- LlcMwricht Chiiuplna Joe Jo. Mark Whilmor«, ion of Mr. ind Mr.. E. t. Whllmor., T33 Jjckson field, ihowj hli prli. cilch. Tht 1V4 pound nlnbow Irout was landed at Glenmert lake about 4 p.m. Wednetday aflirnoon. Whilmore hooked Ihi 14-inch ipeclmen uiing a worm for bail. Ht played the fish for about five mtnulei before landing it. Tribune photo by rtobert Widlund. Fondy Suffers Injury to Eye ST. LOUIS Ml -- Dee Fondy, the Vational League's No. 3 hitler and \aving his best season, is lost to he Pittsburgh Pirates for an iu- lefinite period because of an eye njury in pre-game practice Wednesday n : ghl. The 32-year-old first baseman, obtained fropi Ihe Chicago Cubs r a trade, had been sparking the "irates drive for sixth place with a .353 balling average. A thrown ball in ore-game practice before a twi-night doiiblehead- er wilh Ihe St. Louis Cardinals irokc his nose and caused a hem- nrrhage in his left eye. Dr. I. C. Middleman, Cardinal cam physician, said it will be 43 lOurs before it can be determined if there is any permanent injury o the eye. He has only parlial vision in it now. s Dodger Intact SALT LAKE CITY W1 -- Doubles matches take over the center court Thursday as Tulanc and Michigan wage a light battle for the team Utle in the National Collegiate Tennis Tournament. Tulane advanced inlo a tie wilh Michigan for first place with five points apiece after Wednesday's singles play. And Uic Tulanc doubles learn of Crawford Henry and Ronald Holmberg is seeded No. 1. But Barry MacKay and Dick Potter of Michigan, seeded No. 2, also should accumulate points in Thursday's matches. Texat and Iowa, each wilh four points.'arc close behind. Miami, Maryland, Houston, Noire Dame and Murray State had two poinU apiece. Los Angeles Slate, Stanford, Oklahoma and Yale each had one point. 16 His Unlucky Number · GLASGOW, Ky. Wl -- Billy Hume broke his ICR sliding into base when his college, Kentucky Wesleyan, played Oakland Cily. The date was May 16. Thai same day last year Hume brort his font sliding into bate In i high school game. BROOKLYN, N.Y. [SI -- The Srooklyn Dodgers seem intact. The National league champions lave on their roster only two players who were .not with them in spring training at Vcro Beach, Fla. They are pinchhitters Elmer Valo, obtained in April from the Phillies, and Bob Kennedy who was with Detroit in spring training. Bilr Sharman led the Boston Celtics in scoring during i the National Basketball Assn. 1956-57 season by scoring 1,414 points in 67 games. Pueblo Woman Downs Defending Women's Golf Champion 1-Up DENVER tn -- Claudctlc Tczak- ol Pueblo pinned a 1-up defeat on Mrs. Dorothy HelUcr of Denver, Hie defending champion, in the Women's Metropolitan Golf Tournament at Green Gables Wednesday. Young Sally Hardwick ot Longmont shot a 5-under-par 34 on the second nine lo defeat Diane Reed, Denver youngster, 1 up. Mrs. Mary Murray of Lakewood, who won the state title last year, lost by 3-and-2 lo Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, Denver. In Thursday's quarterfinals Miss Tezak faced Mrs. Joan Frcnzel of Denver and Miss Hardwick was matched against Minnie Lee Ashley, Denver. Pushbutton Fishing CHESTER, Va. (fl -- Paul Hilliard's fishing technique gets results but the equipment is costly. He landed a five pound, 13 ounce bass with a 575,000 power shovel while working on the Rich- mondjetersburg toll road beside the Appomattox Hiver. Silting high in his cab, Hilliard spotted the flick of a fin in the water below. He released the giant scoop and plucked the stunned fish from the water and flipped it ashore. The' 61-7 victory Syracuse scored over Colgate last fall was Ibe most decisive Orange Iriumph in Ihe long football rivalry between Lhe two schools. CO LOLA t0 GAU[ AND M1H 9IPAKTMINT N01THCAIT DISTIICT By PAT ZIMMERMAN Work bfgan lust week lo control weeds in Nclf lake, located eight miles northwest of Greeley. This work is being done by the Colorado Game and Fish dcpt. salvage crew, which is directed by Tom Lynch, superintendent of warm water fish, and by Rex Taliafcro, the dt'iiarunuul's re- ginal Tish biologist. Control of the weeds and moss will certainly improve fishing conditions at the hike. The poisoning of rough fish and sunfish will be completed later. . Game manager Gilbert N. Hun tcr has announced deadlines Tor big g a in c license applications. Applications for the 4,826 antelope and 240 big horn sheep licenses- must be received by the department's Denver office by 5 p.m., July 22. The applications must be accompanied by a certified check or money f o r ' t h e proper license fee. No personal checks or cash | will be accepted. i Antelope^ and big horn license i drawings will be Aug. 5. The drawing for 9,130 elk validation licenses will be Sept. 16. Fifteen per cent of (he licenses will be reserved for non-residents. Validations not ppplied for at the time of the drawing will '"· awarded to resident hunters. Ilorselooth reservoir is rccciv ing nine more feet of water to fil the lake. Fishing at present is goo in the inlet wilh best results fro salmon eggs and worms. Pop gcar^ and lures are best for tro] ing Jake. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Early I itaion alicodance at minor league baseball games is ahead o( the! KSTou"'TM? oiiute zXtu" 1956 figure. George M. Trautmaii! 151 ^"^^ said Thursday. ; ST. LOUIS - rimbjrih'i D« The red-haired president of ihei*"''* 1 ** 1 a h f m 0 l l h «« t «r the leu *« National Assn. of Professional !bS in^SSV.Se! 111 '" * ""*"' £d*fbdfl J,VrtgU*9 BdiJ « idfL-OV ' *"» Lr «f -^ i *u ..o i j L-" i DALLAS -- Ctuiik Ct** bf. OlLlihonit of 2u of the 26 loops under his .ciu. tttkini hli uhh TrinUib^uippi jurisdiction showed 1-1 had boosted | ^impiomhip, ben cnu« nrei BOSTON - Glen \\ Hit ft· tun it Suffolk DOHOS. 1NGLEWOOD, Calil. - Nt»or*n fCS). with ViiUit- Sfe«mabcr In the gi!k«, *OD ibe HOjOVO iliow«nc« (or I'lllieh und m»rr» ; by t icoflli JOd · hail 3l do!:; «un-1 · P^rk. K, TSt AiiaCliTLn DE.VVtB - Jv« Brosc, HUi, Xn Orleini. UODKil Orltndo Zuluru, lint, ltsvr-".n. jy iBrown rei-ired world Liflu. u cltbl flwDploDip). attendance and 12 hail declined for Ihe period through Slay 31. A year ago the "sale" up lo May 31 was -1,078.453, as compared with 1,180,-120, an increase of 101.957 for the current cam- li (he op*niB| round ot the tourna- HASKKTBALL MINNEAPOLIS - Ccotte MlllB wit nimtd coach o[ [he MinftcipolLj L*km til Ihe, NBA lepUilDti Juhaay Kundii. who u i t nude ftatttl maaiEpr. KOOTHALL N K W 1IAVKN. ronn. - Thom.i Albert ; 1, . , - . ]wl*h[ ITjd) Jonts, 70, tornier Ylle palgn. MOSt spectacular ^airl W a s ' A l l - A m t r l c i qmnerosck md rxMoolbill in the Mexican League, where the'"^.,'J. Y "'' d " d - ailendance of 513,4-11 is 179,230; N E W ' v o n K - Admini \e HUM) over .he corroiponclins period of|»·,,*·,,,,-* J-," «»££,,·;«,« lasi season. ,t y ; 0( . it nlll ,, B e] m o n i i lr k Oiher leagues showing gains in-', OC " NP ° 11 ^ *· J - - lOmitii m.$0). eluded Arizona-.Mexico. j^t^d,','"TM ^.'"fU^.'.', '^ tl « l " iemch in I : H 5.5 the American Assn., Southern ]" CHICAGO""- MI«« Arinir no one ot Assn., Texas, Western, SouthwCSt- '. willlc "« r '*ck j a four Kirjicn, won Ihe nri anrl Pinnm.r 1110.000 Bewitch Purse by i length tnd · crn, dim i lonccr. i,^ ,, A ntniton l'»ri. STATE INSPECTIONS Avoid the rush and get your STATE INSPECTION STICKERS early. The Colorado State Inspection price has been rilsed to $1.50. Front-end Alignment Wheel balanclnfj Wheel straightening Drake Service Shock Absorbers Complete motor tune-up Speedometers repaired Bear Machine Bean Machine Sun Anal/sis Machines Speedometer M a c h i n e B e n d U Hydrovac Tetter Each man Is a specialist at his Job. Bond's Automotive Engineers 90S l l l h Avenue, Greeley UNITED MOTORS SERVICE Major League BT THE ASSOCIATED THESS AHIER1CAN LEAGUE BATTING ' (125 ill bats) - M New Yoik. ".377; WilJlams. Boston, trv. Kansas City. .3^5. RUNS ~ Mantle, New York. 57; Sle era, WashinEioQ, 40; Williams, Boslo RUNS BATTED IN -- Slevers, W«: fiton. 9; Showrun, New York, 5; Ma Ue, JJcw Yort, u. HITS Malzonc, Boston, and Fo Chicago, 75: Skowron, New York. Mantle. New York and Lemon, Was HOME HUNS - Mantle. New Yoi 19; WHUams. Boston, 17; SicvcM. Wfli PITCHING (? decisions) -- Shantz, Kt York, 8-1, M9-. DiiJininff, DelrolU 7 .B73; Trucks. Kansas City, 6-1. .857, NAfiuNAL LEAGUE BATTING (125 at bald) -- Musial, : Louis, .367: Hodges, Brooklyn, .356; Fo dy, Pittsburgh, .353. HUNS -- Aaron, Milwaukee. 48; Ro inson, Cincinnati, «; Kays, New Yi and Blnslneame. 51. Louis, -12. RUNS BATTED IN -- Aaron, Milwa -e and Musial, St. Louu, 52; Jloa Cincinnati, 44; Ennls, St. Louis, 39- HITS -- Schorndlenal. Milwaukee a lusial. St. IjJUls. B5; Aaron, Milw, kec. 8-1; Robinson, Cincinnati, 77. HOME HUNS -- Aaron, Milwaukee, 19 Musial, St. Louis, 15; Moon, Si. Louis, PITCHING (7 decisions) -- Sanfoi 'hlladelphJa. B-],' .889; Schmidt. St. Louis 6-1. .857; Buhl. Mllwukoac, 7-2, .778. SPORTS A Family Affair 6 Player Croquet Sets Carrying sland, hard m a p l e mallets, deluxe plastic -I A AC balls. Our price IU.UU 4 Player Croquet Sels. Full size includes all necessary equipment. Our Price 4,95 Badminton Sets Deluxe 4 Set, Multiply Nylon Sirung Rackets, H e a v y Net, Posts, Birds. -I A AC Our price _, ____ IViJJil 2 Player Set. Includes Net, Birds Our price ___ Shuffleboard Sets Full size includes i pushers, 8 discs 1A AC Our price . IWiWW Tetherballs 7 OK Official size I i-tftl Horseshoe Sets 4 Shoes--2-pcgs, Official Rules, A C A Our price 0WV Backyard Golf Sets 5 different obstacle holes 8.95 Swim Suits For All Janlzen and Calalina WATER SKIS-Pairs Slalom _.29.95 __23.00 SKI ROPER-Polyethylene Reg. 8.00. Our price 5.95 Swim Masks . . . 1.00 Swim Fins Universal sizes 1.95 Gum Rubber Fins 2.75 MARINE SUPPLIES COMPLETE See our display of fine equipment. TENNIS - GOLF - FISHING TACKLE - GUNS and AMMUNITION - Camp Equipment - Sleeping Bags - Sportswear. Your charges and Lay Aways invited. THE JON CO. ' SPORTING GOODS 922-24 Eighth Ave. ' Telephone 614 This coupon entitles YOU to 10°/o D I S C O U N T on all Marine Equipment during the Home Show (June 19-23) at the show or our shop George's Frame and Axle Service 518 8th Avenue-Greeley IGVAL Gates Air-Float Deluxe Regular list $26.65 only Nylon is the toughest, strongest cord ever developed for tires. Pound for pound, Gates tempered nylon cord is stronger than steel... 2{ to 3 times more resistant to road shock hazards than ordinary tires. Tread of 100% Cold Rubber--the miracle rubber that far outwears natural rubber. New 1957 Air-Float at money-saving price Gafes NYLON Guarantee protects against BLOWOUTS, bruises, rim cuts' --in fact, ANY tire failure --for the entire life of the tread. "NO TIME OR MILEAGE LIMIT 6.70-1 5 pluitox recappablt \(odt4n. Othtr lim of limllar low prictt. with your used recappable tire puts a new Gates Tire on your car. Gates Air-Float--advanced 1957 tread design... tread fortified with long-wearing cold rubber... high quality rayon cord body... same g u a r a n t e e as o r i g i n a l equipment tires. SHEDD AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY . (32 No. 11th Avenue Phont 2970 OK RUBBER WELDERS RAPP'S SERVICE 103 N. lllh Ave. Ph. 9S4W 2«0f 10th St. Phone 392B C. C. KERSEY GARAGE WELLS MOTOR CO., INC. 631 8th St. Maurice Burbridge I I O B B I h A v c . Phone 2996 t or.any dealer in Weld Co. displaying the Gates Tire si^n. TA IT*

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