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Pat« GRGELEY TRIBUNE Saturday, June 22, 19S7 Paul Muloney. Kdilor Legion-Elks Lose To Fort 5-4, in 14 Innings Morgan, IT. M O R G A N -- The Greeley ! record. Lmeland has lost one Legion-Elks balled Ft. Morgan for 14 innings Friday before losing. S-f, when the hosts picked up a n ; e a c h . unearned run on an error, a field »r's choice and two hits in the 14th. LogiorvElks (4) Jon Melander, broad shouldered Brunr, 3h . righthander, went the rout 'or the LegionElks. while Bob I'reisen- dorf worked 13 innings for Ft. Morgan before giving way to Bud g a m e while Ft. Collins, Windsor and Estes Park has dropped two 18-Year-Old High School Grad. Hurls Cardinals to 2-0 Triumph Over Brooklyn Dodgers Friday By ED WILKS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS That i a pip of i.4-game series the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox are having in the American league, but who needs 'em? Even Caiey Stengel probably took time out Saturday to read abou. Von MeDanlel, the St. l/mii Cardinals' wnii kid who leaves 'em blanked and blinking. The U-yrar-old righthander is just four weeks out of high school but hain't given up a. run yet in the majors. He stretched hii shutout string to 17 innings Friday night, hanging the dodgers up to dry Mith a 2hltter for a 24 victory in his firit itart as the Cardi o see the Cubs score four in their half to tie it 10-all. Then Danny 'ConneU and Bobby Thomson, he ex-Braves, put U away with homers in the 10th. Esles Park has evidently jpadded their National League lead f r o m *hff league. Tellcz, If Nuanei, rf Hansel, 2h Maggot, c Swanson, cf Johnion, the winning pitcher. Greeley got 11 hit« off of Ft. Melander. p _ ilorgan pitching, making t h n c n f ; K a r l i n , Ih .__ _ them count heavily in the ninth i w h i t m a n , a when the Legion-Elks tied the Cmer. Ih .,,.,,_,, game up at 4-4 with threr r u n s . ' G a r c i a , M Singles by Pat Baggot and Brad Swanson started the Grerley rally. \lelander followed wilh a w a l k to Ft. Morgan (S) load the bases. Short stop Abe r.arrick. 3h Garcia singled two runners home Patterson. Ib _ and llelander scored w h e n the Ft. Palmer, c Morgan third b a s e m a n erred on Preisendorf, p-ss . the play. | Sohold. »« cf . The LegionElks garnered its Winter. If -- 7 _ 6 _ S _ s 5 S 0 Ab R H S 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 0 0 2 n o o o i (t 0 2 M 4 11 4 Ab R H I . . 7 1 8 2 plher run in the fourth and two aureesiive errors. Ft. Morgan collected hits off of Melander. The righthander ran Into trouble right away, permitting three Morgan runs in the first inning on three hits, three walks and an error. M e l a n d r r then srltlrd down to pilch creditable hall, lie allowed Ft. Morgan's other run in the third on a double by Prrisen- dorf and a suicle by Jerry Winter. Melsnder hurled no hit hall from the eighth through the 13th Jlrlander itruck out 13 and walked in. Johnson quickly tr-oV care of the Lesion-Elks in !h» !«ih hy »ink- ing out the side. Preisendorf struck out 12. His control w a s n e a r l y perfect as he walked three in the later innings. Greeley'i Ix-giun-Klks will resume District 3 play Sunday at Forbes field acainit tonEmnnt, currently tied w i t h Greeley and La Falle for first place in the district. Greeley, Longmont and I.a Salle hsye won two straight games. Fourth place Boulder has a 21 Johnson, cf p 5 Paehner. rf 2 Mass, rf 3 Hamsey, 2b 6 7 2 S 1 7 1 4 0 5 0 S 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 to I'.a games. j To top it off, the 6-3 bonus kid, 1 1 lured to the Cards from llollis, J 1 Okla., by a (30,000 pact as was his j brother, Lindy, in 1955, hasn't , I faced anyone but contenders in , | that hot M race. He debuted in a 1-hit, 4-inr.lng relief bit for no decision against Philadelphia last week-. Then he won with a repeat 4-innings, 1-hit relief job at Brook lyn lait Sunday. Now he has a 20 record, giving up just four hits. Phils Whip Bravos While the Cardinals were win ning their fourth in a row last nj;ht, the 2nd place Milwaukee Braves were dumped to their fifth defeat in sii games, losing to Phil adelphia 6-1. The Phils moved into third place, two games back, as Cincinnati slipped to fourth with a 3-2, It-inning loss to Pittsburgh. 2 ' T h e Redlegs are 2',4 behind Fifth- ills' feet and lucky coins to the ans in the mass assault on Stobbs' slump. The veteran lefty struck iut seven. L.hmin Wins hi Stlllif i 2 run pinch single by Bob Hale chased Detroit's Jim Bunning in a 3-run 9th Inning Oriole rally climaxed by Billy Gardner's single off reliever Don Oe. Ken l/chman, late of Brooklyn, won it in relief. Jackie Jeeien drove in three runs with a homer and double as Willard Nixon won his fifth for the Red 5oi. 51 S * 7 a -- r a n for Karlein In l l t h . I.eeion-F.lki ono 100 00300000--4 Ft Morgan Ml 000 000 000 01-S R u n s Ratted In -- Garcia 2. Se- imld 2. Preisendorf. Johnson, Winter 2B-Karlin. SR--Winter. Sac -- I t a n g e l . I.OR -- legion-Elks 12, Ft. Morgan 13. BB-Melander 5, Preisemlorf 3. SO--Melander 12, I'rei'enilnrf 13, Johnson 3. HO-- Prei'emlorf 11 in 13 innings, John:n 0 in 1 i!.!.!!.£ Mfls^^ff * in 131/3 innings (one out when winning run scored in H i n t . Runs and F.arned Runs--Melsnder S and 4, Prrisrndorf 4 and 3. IIP--Me- lander ( P a l m e r ) . BK-Melander. WP--Preisenilorf 2. PB--Palmer. Winner--Johnson, l/oser-- Mrland- er (0/1). Tlme-3:40. Deaths and Funerals srrro.v ; Wlltlr Fnllon of M I l M k r n . Husband of Mrs. lirsile ' H u t ton: (atber nt Albert H. Batton of Columbia. M o . ind L*c J u n i o r F u t t n n of K r v r r - ance; hrnther of Mrs. ElUn B'nnttt or Roch»port, Me. 'Alio surTlrrd br cm* Fiiinit- ehlld. Amngenirntii I n t e r . BRADLEY Arthur n. llraiilev. M l l l i k f n . Strtlrn !:3n P.M. Mrnitiy, AMi-nhly of (Iivt Tlitirrh. Mll- likNi. iBttrrarnt 1-inn (from, IIALDONAIK) Mri. M»rU f. »lldoni'lo. HL I, Gr*«l«y. Wilt ot Victor Mttilonido. Moiher rf rvUmn. ClTflrT: K.UKene. t.nnrr..ont; Mrs. Nancy Caitonon. (rrr- Ify; Mr*. K e l l f y t'rh:tn. and Jc-f MalilTM»iln. holh dt H n l » Tf. N. \\f\.\ P a i i t h l r r of M r « . t\tlrr p? rellrrrco P i i n f r n x . Montano, N*. tei. Arrftnit*- menti liter. JIOSS I n f a n t ion rf Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur P. UOM. :t"5 H t h Ate. Ct. Gr»nd«on of Mr. and Mrs. John ROSB »nrt Mr. and M r * . Jimn T. IHitiinn, h n t h nf Oreel'y. Dr»Te«id» i ^ r t t r e a Monday niorntni at Sunset Memorial Gardpn*. La Salle Drops 3-0 Game To Denver Nine DENVER -- Denver's American Legion A league leading Morrison A Morrison Realtors came up w i t h three runs In the bottom of the tilth Innings Friday night to heat the Ij S^lle Bombers, 30, at Lowry field. La Salle was able to gamer only two hits off the pitching of John W i l h M e and Bud Daniels. Wilhite. w h o pitched South Denver into slate AA finals, burled the first f i v e innings. Daniels tossed the list too. Allen Heckman went the route for the losers, allowing tight hits. R H C La Salle 000 000 0--0 J 1 Slorrison 000 003 I HecV.min and Graff; Daniels (6) and Williams. place Brooklyn is 3'4 back. The New York Giants out-walloped the Chicago Cubs 12 10 in 10 innings for their eighth victory in 10 games in the other Nl. game. Boston Whips K. C. In the AL, the Yankees made it eight in a row and whittled the White Soi' lead to a half g a m e wilh a 4-2 victory. Cuck Stobbs, who had lost 18 in a row, beat Cleveland C-3 as W a s h i n g t o n backed him up with hitting and good luck charms. Boston beat Kansas City 4-3 Detroit lost its fourth in a row, 6 5 at Baltimore. The Dodgers picked Danny Me Devitt. who struck out 11 in win ning his first major league star! at Cincinnati last Monday, to op pose McDaniel and he limited the Cards to two hits--both by Eddie Masko--for his seven frames. TV rookie southpaw lost it, charget with a hitless run in the siith on two walks, a sacrifice and an In field out The cards had only five hits none by Stan sluiial, whose ·treak wai (lopped at 20 games when it was over, collecting three in the eighth off Don Bessent with Don Blasingame's triple and Al Dark's run. Both lixth, when an error was sandwiched by Junior Gilliam's infield hit and Duk« Snider's bunt single to load the bases wilh none out. McDaniel then got Elmer Valo on pitcher lo home to first double play and retired Gino Cimoli on a lap to the mound. The Phillies slugged 12 hits while shelling I.ew Burdette to his fourth defeat. Bookie Ed Bouchee drove in five runs ss Curt Simmons won. Folios Drlvfs in Winntr Hank Foiles drove in two Pirate runs, singling for the clincher off reliever Hal Jeffcoat. Boh Turkey won it, after the Bucs had tied it in the ninth. The Giants scrambled from he- hind with a 5-nin ninth, capped by rookre Andre Bodgers' first _3 j j major league grand-slammer, only WUhite. single scoring the other Brook hits came in the r tr astociatCB ratss NATIONAL LEAGUE _ w. L. rrt. is u il SS S3 Jtl ,k. SI M M 1*1 cucu~ IS U Friday's Risulls K» Tlrt ' III M 1*1 S-- II II I Olfll. . MO Ml ««4 0-11II · The Senators handed out rab-l ii iuus Cm». D.l. 111. WirtUnlIM (71. Grta- »«m si Mllltr ISl a«d Half, wvitnra 7l. ElatM (Si. HlUmaa (111 aad M«- naa, raulai (Si. SUvtra (111. AH Mktr mafer lean* tanta *lf»o ruttuaH oaoosooaooa--I 10 I rm.lirifc . tlasMMIII-l H 0 III lulUH face (ti. Arr«« (71. Kl»f (Ii. (I). Piut«r ( I I I , Charlie Coe and Rex Baxter Lead at Dallas Friday NuihalL Iretmai (I). Jrllrotl 111! ai .L**u . . ... «M MtDvTUI, Btmnt III I McDiBid and H. Smith. Throneberry Homers Twice As Bears Win Br THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ai Willey sot i. 10 to the WichiU Braves. And n Throneberry ton, to so the Denver Bean. The trouble, ii, at the moment these two American Ann. itari, Carleton Willejr and Marr Throneberry, are going in oppciite directions. The result Is that Wichita his lost six of its last seven game* it falling from first to third place, and Denver has moved up fast with six triumphs in Its last seven outings. w.iiir; v. | 51. Paul's leaders turned on |WiUey for 11 of its II hits Fri 11 » ii n i« » si jj ss Colorado Slate to Set Dp Summer Intramural Softball Program Mon. The Colorado SUte College summer Intramural aoftbal) program will be organized at 4 p.m. Monday In Gunter 203, Dob Blasl, pro gram director, announced Friday. ·Two leagues are planned with a "world series" slated between the loop champions at the end at the summer. Team managers from previous summer teams and all others interested in playing soflball are asked to attend the meeting Monday. Games will be played on the Softball diamonds at Jackson field. The "world series" will be held on the same diamonds. II MIMIII-I s o ,j,y night m j teat the Braves, l«nta: Bjrdttu. Jllly ' -- - and flirt. AMERICAN LEAGUE niifain N«w Yeri * f*(i. GB 17 II .III 17 a .«7 H 11 M .ill IH 11 n M H M II .«S2 lv« !7 11 .IS) II IS IS .11711 DALLAS (Ji -- Veteran Charlie Coe stopped the first charge of ollegians in the Trans-Mississippi 1 Oolf Tournament Friday when he turned back Jim Hiskey, University of Houston star, 2 and 1, in the third round feature. More impressive than Coe. however, was Flex Baxter, the Walker Cup member from Amarillo, Ter., who beat George Toms of Durham, N.C., 4 and 3, with 2-under par f, to lead the lower bracket brigide Into the quarterfinals. Kerr Blames Treasury for High Interest WASHINGTON OP -- Sen. Kerr (D-Okla) Friday accused government monetary authorities of so managing federal finances as to boost interest rates "at the expense of Uncle Sam and everybody else who borrow-s money." Kerr leveled the charge at Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey at the wiadup of Humphrey's fourth day in the witness chair of the Senate Finance . Committee's investigation of the money and credit policies of the Elsen- howei administration. It w«s «n uncomfortable day for Humphrey. By the close of the acrimonious, three-hour session he looked tired. Under the Okla- Koman's prodding, he had acknowledged: That government bonds have slumped to the lowest prices since the late 1920s--or as Kerr put it, Friday's Rttults K».»« ntr M* M* IK--s s · x.u. - MI i» MI--4 ia o Mtrsaa, aad ImiUi NUM. Mlurlac m and Whltf. f kl*af* ait ·"! ·**--I 7 1 Mv T*rk .... IM tM 1*1--4 a I Wilion and Battrj; Xueki. Grtm (71 nd rvrra. tir»ii *M aia na--s · s lililn.rt . . . ... . am on Hi--« ii · BnaftlBi. L*« (II aad Houifi Jehnio*. (1, Ubma U ««1 Giia- ... -oio aia ail--s 7 t brrf. Trt 1*1 !M MMII". MrLlia (1 and Bre 1 IM ntiGtrald. Orbfrtt (II. 62. The Saints now are one-half game up on Minneapolis, whose game with Indianapolis was rain ed out. Denver shellacked last place LoaiiviUe, 192, and is within four fames of the league lead and only two games of the first division. Charleston's Hal Woodeshick stopped Omaha on a 3-hitter, 7-3, in a game called after seven in nings by rain. Wlchita'r righthand pitching ace, who started the season with 11 straight victories, now has been tagged for three losses in hu last four starts. And with his mound failures, the Braves have been un able to hold on to first place. Throneberry," the league's home run king the past two years, took the lead in his specialty with his 14th and 15th of the campaign against Louisville. The Denver first baseman now has four round trippers in his last five hits, and of his last seven safeties, six have been for »tra bases. His big blows featured a 21-bit barrage against the Colonels, who got only seven scattered hits against Bears' ace Zack Monroe. Young Troul Die by Thousands at Stale Hatchery at Ride RIFLE in-- More than 40,000 fingcrling trout have been killed by silt carried in spring runoff water used at the Colorado Game Fish Dept. hafchery here. Dnlaiiuoe nf Tuin Wayne S e a m an, fish superin-iKclallVcS 01 I WO tendcnt for the department, said m, n a Track Raarl the deaths result from damage "10116 Uaill I/Call done It the trout gills by the silt. Hatchery workers scooped mud and silt from the hatchery's ponds and nceways all week to relieve CHEYENNE Wyo OP - Par "!,!. J 1 "*"' » S n lm ' n i'"- v"! «»«» °' lwo 5-° un S Nebr»rt» serv added that Rifle Creek, which iMmen mied in the Oct. 6, 195S, feeds the halchtfy, now is u**ia- crj$h of , United Air tjne, p l, Be Awarded Damages Andy Hcbenton will be 11,000 richer before the next hockey season. That's the amount the National Hockey League pays to the player named the * cf the Lady Byns Memorial Trophy. . ft 1«E aSSOClaTED MEM AMERICAN ASSOCIATION rUrkatM T, Dmaia 1 r»a«.r II. LMlitUM i. St. Pall «. WUUU i luttuawlu «i UimaxUi, »»«feo^. rmoara MIKOI: LZaofE nastiau. I, THE AIMK7JITED TICU ratine four it»cit S..1U. s, Vuraivir · 11 lulasi), i mn s. b rrauua t ronlied 11. IMiwood It. Ua Amki 11. Htramt»t« I ivrEmaTioxtt raimbll M. Buflato H Ro(B«aur 2. ftlchiaaad t. Ulinl 11. Itootnll S. Tor*«t« I, Hatau S. TEX1I LEaCfE Dattai 1, AusUa Z. OUabena Ctr t, skntvpeit a. Ion «. Sai Antxuo l. ilrailm S. Tllia 1 KltTBtlN AISOCIlTtOIf Uult Rock S. Atl»ta S. rtlrmiaitam T. Hcmpbla 4. NllbrUK S. Mo0« I. Chatunoofa S. .New nrltau I. rlONECB LEAGVE Idaho Faila t. Poratrllf i. Cmlr fames achrdutai. Wr.lTtUN tFAIiir. rurtla It-S. IVl UBlaea 1-4. Amar111« S. Urola Z. Atbuqurrquc T. Toptka I. Col»rad« Sprtnia S. Sioui Cttj I. Lightweight Orlando Zulueta. his first amateur fight. He lost. ning to clear. ·since Just before the crash." (Denver. Two Denver Cops Leave Engine Running and Lose Police Car DENVER (Jf -- Two policemen sent U investigate a disturbance report in North Denver Filday lost their police cruiser to a thief. Patrolmen Gordon E. Langto.i and Jack Parsons said they left the car's engine running at the edge of a parking lot while settling the disturbance. The car was found 10 hours later in another section of North in southeastern Wyoming Friday were awarded S29.4U.50 by a U.S. District Court Jury. Parents of Richard A. Lawtiead, 19, of NorV: Platte, Neb., and Paul C. NoeUelman, 18, of Lewellen, Neb., had asked 1125,000 each from United. The jury ruled they are to receive $14,000 each. In addition, the Laifheads wil receive J54SO and the Noetzelman's tSW for funeral and burial expenses. Allen H. Lawhead, a Union Pacific R ailroad machinist, had to be helped from the courtroom after the decision. Both of the dead youth's mothers were in tears. U. S. Dist. Judge Ewing T. Kerr informed the jury another trial growing cut of the crash probably i would be settled out of court. YOUR CROP IS YOUR PROFIT SPRAY NOW for WEB WORM ALFALFA WEEVIL LARVAE! GREELEY AERIAL CROP DUSTERS DON CARLISLE Tel. 1602 or 229-R Supreme Court Asks Argument on Girard Case Sally Hardwick and Katy Fierella Are Finalists at Denver D E N V E R I* -- Young Sally Hardwick of Longmont and vet-' eran K a t y Fiorella of Denver turd their way into the finals of the Women's Metropolitan Golf tories Friday. The blonde 19-year-old ousted Join Freniel of Indianapolis, 5 WASHINGTON ir -- The Su- ind 4. and Mrs. Fiorella best p r r m e Court Friday called for.Mr*. 0. G. Valentine of Denver a r p i m e n t s July R on the contro-jh)- the same score versv o \ e r whether Army Special ist Williim S. Girard should be The two will play 3A holes in the final round S a t u r d a y at S.9M C A F I I M A N Charles K. ('ashman rf 14!U Mh Pt. Ilrother of H a r r l d C. C a » h m « n nf El r«io. Tel . «n-l Mrs. n i f « l » SMm of SI. Charles, t o u t . Serving 1" a.m. M o n d a y f r o m M * ( } « Drawing R o o m , t n t e n r e n t Llr.n drove. tried hy a Japanese court on a J yard Green Gables Country Club m a n s l a u g h t e r charge. The court hid planned to ad- Jnurn for the s u m m e r net! Mon- H a , hut iu present session will be continued until the Girard case is settled f i n a l l y . The derision to hear the appeal) lecord O R T H M A N r.hirlx M. O r t h m a n . M l 1 4 t h Avenue. Hti«hjtnft of J o h a n n a , father e,f F.4 O r t h m a n of Oref. ley. I t e r t r y O r t r i t n a n . K M e » Park. Kdllh Dershera of I w y ton. Ohio. Ten p r » n j hlldren. U xreat c r a n i t i - M M r r n . Serv- |rea l«:no un. Tii'-mlaj «l O u r Patiors' L u t h e r a n C h n r h . Interment K v » n » Cemetery. A Better MEMORIAL al LOWER PRICES in the case was reached during the court's regular Friday closed conference. In announcing Its action, tht court specified t h a t a m a x i m u m of four hours of a r g u m e n t would be heard, with the t i m e to be divided equally between Jut'jce Dept. altorncjs and attorneys for Girard. The case came t,i the high court on an appeal hy the government f r o m a District Court ruling that C-irird may not be turned over to the Japanese, and on a "cross appeal" by Girard's attorneys contending the District Court should have ordered Girard brought back 10 this country. Un Bosenhlulh led North Carolina's 1U7 NCAA baiketball champ- Ions in scoring with MS points in 32 games. Me average almost 2S pouts Hank Bauer Faces $250,000 Lawsuit NEW YORK 'f - Yankee out. fielder Hank Bauer received a summons in a J2yi.W) d a m a g e suit Friday after he had appeared in Felony Court on a charge that he had assaulted Edwin Jones, a 42 year-old delicatessen store operator. Jones has charged t h a t Bauer. 31, feloniously assaulted him in the Copacabsna night club, where Bluer a n t - i e e r a l other Yankee plaers and their wives were attending a .lirtMay party for Billy Martin. May K. Bauer, who has Insisted he did not ill ike Jones, waived a hearing before Magistrate Frederick L Strong and elected to place the ease before a grand Jury. As Bauer left the courthome, Jones' attorney, Anthony Zingsles, served him with a summons seeking tZM.OO) "damages" from Biu er and the Copicabana. The summons ,iau DO particulars. FARM. HOME and SPORTS SHOW Community Activities Building TONIGHT and Sunday Night -- Doors Open 6:00 p.m. MATINEE 2:00 P. M. SUNDAY Starring . . . UNCLE WILLIE You liked him three years npo! You will love him this time! New numbers -- New routine -- including Elvis Presley's "Hound . DOR" and "All Shook Up". PRIZES Bring All The Family Admission 40c Children under 12 accompanied by parents FREE

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