Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 11, 1967 · Page 6
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Nampa, Idaho
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Haho Free Press, Tuesday, July 11,1967-6 'Summer Only' Training Hampers Swimmers NAMPA - The lack of year- coach. days a week la the winter as The Nampa squad will host a around swimming facilities is a "The Boise teams can prac- well as ihe summer months. We me et on home grounds tonight great handicap to Nampa's com- tice all year around,"comment- only have a few months to prae- »( 7 p , m . at the municipal pool, petilive swimmers according to ed Payne. "They have Indoor tice so it makes it rather dif- Art Payne, YMCA swira team facilities and they practice three ficuit to be too competitive." SPORTS Salt Lake Rally Hammers Cubs SALT LAKE CITY- Mike Santos Maldonado was hit by a Newsom's two-run double In the pitch to set the stage for Newsom last of the 13th inning Monday wno collected his first hit in six night gave the Salt Lake City trips. Giants a 4-3 victory over file The game was extremely well- Caldwell Cubs. pitched with Caldwell coining The winning blow came off only five hits and the Giants six. by held the Charley Hunt whohadbeentagged cubs starter Alex Distaso for only two hits In 5 1-3 Innings allowed only two hits and no of relief, earned runs In his seven Innings. Fred FeginstartedStlt Lake's The Giants broke on top with winning rally with a double. Then fvo tons In the second Inning, LEG/ON ACTIOH TONIGHT Caldwell Rated Difficult Foe CALDWELL--A time honored has been averaging close to six rivalry will be renewed tonight hits per game and has hit well when N'ampa's American Legion even In the losIng effects. Nampa Baseball squad meetstheir Cald- pitching depth might well be a well counterparts In an 8 p.m. factor In the contest, contest at Luby Field In Caldwell. Caldwell's probable starting This will be the first Hmethat pitcher will be left hander Rick the two clubs have clashed this Mallory, season and once the gtnie Is The Nampa squad will get no underway all previous statistics rest as they host Emmett at c an be forgotten. ClipperFleld Wedne sday evening Coach Norm Hall's Nampa at 8 p.m. squad will go into the contest with a 8-13 record. NampaspKt a double-header with Twin Falls Saturday evening to make the record such as It is. Ctldwell has been rather a surprise team this season. The Inherent enemies might be compared to this year's Chicago White Sox team. Their hitting has Caldwell Stomped "In the first meet of the year Boise Y walked all over us," remarked the coach. "It was very discouraging but in the next meet we picked up a couple of firsts which lifted spirits. We should do better as the season progresses." The swimmers are divided into two groups, those 12 and under and the 12 to 17 year- olds. The squad works out twice but the Cubs squared matters a day, once In the morning and with a run In each the seventh again in Ihe late afternoon, and eighth innings. Then the Cubs There is no loitering during took a brief 3-2 lead in the 13th one ^ p^yne's workouts. It before Newsom's winning hit. js ^ ^ go f ror n the lime Giants starter John Wlllough- the youngsters nit the water. ' held the Cubs Mtless until £ven ^ swi mmers the seventh when John Lung and fed £ ^ Jble _ Enrique (Rosie) Rosendo each singled to lead to the first " Itt "* P 151 I think we were Caldwell run. to ° els y ott the younger kids," The loss sank the (hlrd-place s*'"* Payne. You need to build Cubs 3 1 /., games behind league- U P the swimmer when he is leading 'ogden in the Pioneer younger if you want good results chase. Salt Lake remains last from him, You can tell the dif- in the four-team loop, six games fereD « between our younger off the pace. klcls ^ lne oltler ones ri ght The teams meet here againto- "o*- Theolderswlmmersdidn't night ajid Wednesday before the l WOTked ^^ en ° u gh *!»« Cubs return to Caldwell to open the y * ere younger, an eight-game home stand on Form and stamina are t-oth important to swimming and the Nampa coach's workouts seem especially well suited to building the endurance. "You have to have endurance to compete well, explained Payne. "The endurance and form sort of go hand in hand. A swimmer has to have both of these qualities." Payne said that there was about 50 youngsters involved In the program at the piesenl lime and more coming out every day. The coach has been working with the Nampa squad for four years. During his college days Payne,_swam in competition for the PjSersity of Idaho. NAMPA YMCA swimming coach Art Payne looks on as squad members take the plunge for another turn around the pool. Over 50 youngsters are participating in the program at the present time. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Thursday against Ogden. CALOWELL ULT UKE M r h W i t r h M KtrncKdl ft * » J » Thtmpson If i 8 1 0 tniuei a s o i i i o x h c r \t»l. Lunj 3D i l I 0 Ftgon c* " " ROMfl* II) 6 6 2 0 Nwaom u MtMoIti tf » I I Fl»lw If If Milltr rl S 0 0 0 Plnnow rl Bust If s o l d n«)er c written t i I 0 0 Roby Ib Dlitoio o 1 0 0 0 Srteno It) Rock«" * 1 « » 8 gtcklll » Wll'lsm pf 6 I 9 t CM* » Hrt ! 0 I C Ritchie I* » I » 0 » K i l l Wllkjgtiby p 1 0 « » L«*« p I S O U Garrttt pji 1 0 0 0 Mnldoxto ph 1 0 0 TlMl 4 « 3 1 1 1 0 4 B I 1 5 0 1 0 1 1 0 i \ »0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 Hrt TtMl 2 9 0 1 INDIAHAPOLIS HUfiLER TRIUMPHS 'Cisco Kid'Rides Again By United Press International who now sports a 7-5 record, the lanky Carlos ail the help he Portland had baserunners in The Cisco Kid is here. The was only the second in the last needed. every inning and wound up with famed Spanish western hero in 27 innings--the first run was a to an abbreviated schedule, 15 men stranded. Denverscored this case is Francisco Manuel fluke inside-the-park home run Seattle moved into first place four times In the fourth on a Carlos, a hard-throwning right- last week. The slow start ham- in the Western Division by pair of walks and four singles. hamler who toils for the Indi- pered Carlos' earned run aver- downing Tacoma, 5-3; Vancouver anapolis Indians. age at first but on the strength bounced Oklahoma City, 4-1; Carlos, after a wretched start in which he failed to complete his first 13 games, suddenly has moved to the forefront of the siring of zeroes he has Phoenix outscored Hawaii, 9-4; strung iip recently, his EAR and Denver blinked Portland, has 2.48 as one of the Pacific Coast Lea- E-Ne«ofliL . cSSiii";' ttf V·'',*' "i ···yf w j VSox IV ft* "·- Wlxlon, cook I!). lit U*t 1. i.0t-- JS-OJmo, Ft- NJtlRIIIO 1 I 1 I 1 i 0 1 ' · 1 3 by Md- dipped to a respectable over 105 innings which ranks among the top 10 in the gue's top hurlers. His latest ef- league, fort came Monday night when Carlos was touched for seven he pitched his third straight hits, three by Bart Shirley, in complete game, a 3-1 win over his latest outing. Rich Morales, double by Hector Torres along the Spokane Indians. a recent Indianapolis acquisi- with a balk and passed ball The run given up by Carlos, tion, drove in two runs to give 5-0, San Diego and Tulsa were idle. Seattle scored three unearned runs to register its margin of victory over the Cubs. In the second, a walk, a single and T-J:33.'A -. not been outstanding and the pitching is about the same but record now sands at 12-12 and 5-l'\tf conference; VALE - A first Inning single by Carl Hays and a seventh Inning double by BohHayswere the only bright spojjjfejhe Caldwell is they tell to thiliWX the' Vile, margin, Tie only real comparison of th« two squads would be against the Vale, Ore. Legion squad. Nampt won out over the Vale nine t-0 In a tight ball game. Monday evening Vale trouched Caldwell 9-fl. Nampa has shorn itself to be fairly strong In all departments although errors have hurt the club at crucial times, The team Hawks, Merchants Clash NAMPA - The Nampa Hawks baseball squad will put their Border League lead on the line toolght when they meet the Boise Merchants in an 8 p.m contest at Clipper Field In Nampa. The Hawks sport a 7-1 season record going into tonight's contest. Last Thursday the Nampa squad whipped Marslng 18-5 t and at a rematch to-Nampa on ' Sunday triumphed again 24-2. The Hawk's only loss of the season came at the hands of Weiser. Pioneer Standings Vale batted nine men in the second Inning to break the game open with four runs, and they added two more In the third and three in the fifth to complete the rout. Newly arrived Stan Spence, pitching In his second Legion contest, started for the Caldwell team and took the loss. He was relieved In the fourth by lefty Rick Mallory, but the damage was done. "We couldn't get the ball out of the tnfleid,"satdCoachChuck Ruby. "Aside from the two tit?, there were only two balls hit to the outfleldfair. They weren't; striking out, but at the san*. time nobody hit the ball especially hard anywhere." Caldwell fell below the .500 mark (or the first time this year, their record standing now at 12-13. They will try to rectify that situation when they host the W 1, Pol. GB Ogden 11 5 .688 Idaho Falls 8 7 .533 2 Caldwell 1 B .467 3 Salt Lake City 5 11 .312 6 Results Monday Salt Lake City 4. Caldwell 3 on a third strike gave the Angles three runs--one unearned. They got two more tainted markers in (he fifth on an error, a wild pitch, a pair of singles and a sacrifice fly. An old We stern Division nemesis, Arnold Earley, proved no mystery to Vancouver as the The first. Viking,longboat,^ ventilated lo ; prevent dry rot.-have portabletank^'stakesome 1 ISlever-forTptir^o' double salesman probably laventetMhe Many, wood boats are .treated clean small stones, coins or (o - th rnn'; in'thP ninth Boat Maintenance Tips Make Chores Easier Casals Winner BAASTAD, Sweden (UPI)Rosemary Casals of San Fran- Cisco, who lost in the semifinals at Wimbledon last week, : defeated Anna Marie Almgren, 6-2, 6-0 Monday in her first : round match in the Swedish ; International Outdoor tennis ; championships. PHONE 466-1891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. IPs fast, easy economical, . Ogd*n IB, Idaho Kails 4. Games Tonliht Caldwell at Salt Uke Idaho Falls at Ogden City Cubs Host Benefit Contest phrase "Maintenance-free," and its been with the marine business flver since then. Modern techniques have made dockyard chores much easier than ever, but there are still a few things you must do to keep your boating trip trouble-free, according to the Outboard Boat- Ing Club of America. 1-- Fiberglass boats: A sim- small with fungicide during construe- screws around Inside to check tion, but you can also obtain for corrosion; if you find any, several chemicals that "em- treat the tank with a solvent to balm" the wood and protect loosen gum and other foreign against the airborne dry rot material. spores. 8--Sails and cordage: if you 4-^Trailers: Remove and re- i*" 6 synthetic fiber sails and pack' wheel bearings, especially 'te- there s nothing to worry if the trailer sits for long per- a ^ ut - u c ° ttol } safls . OB ^ iods of time after use. Main- oltler ^^ shoilld Mver ^ , t)le . tire prssure re . stowed when they're wet, or ' and braak a 1-1 tie. Phoenix unleashed a 15 - hit attack against hapless Hawaii with every player who stepped up to the plate getting at least one hit. Cesar Guttierrez and Ken Henderson each had three hits and Gutlierrez.OzzieVirgil and Pete Jernigan each drove in two runs. Dwlght Siebler of Denver pie coat of "wax will bring out comm ' e ndeT'by"'the" manufac- °*?Ui"·"*»· Hemplineshould 10 M , bu[ ( the colorand protect against turer . ^ nol replice tires 5» ^taf^brtw* being f n t h e l Mch as he pitche[) ^ surface dirt. If you're operal- ^ those of less ply rating- ing In salt water or extremely chances ^ you need the extrl polluted water, you'll need anti- p] les because of high rotation fouling paint below the water- speeds or these small tires. line. The hull should be sanded Keep t he boat properly balan- all the way down to the gel-coal, ced on the trailer ^ [ollow the layer of colored resin against manufacturer recommenda- "^ced in lockers. first shutout of the season. LOWER MAINTENANCE COST WHh Concrete CONCRETE MASONRY CALDWELL - The Treasure Valley Royal Highlanders will which the fiberglass cloth is laid, tions on hitches be one of the featured attractions You won't need a primer If you use one of the new tin-base ol the Fourth Annual Elks Benefit Baseball Game, Sunday, July paints.. 1$, at 6 p.m. in Caldwell's Sim- 2--AiunjjlilSlm boats: plot Stadium. " Caldwell's Cubs will host the Dodgers in the benefit Luby Park in Caldwell. R H E Caldwell. . .000 000 0-0 2 4 Vale 042 030 x -- 9 9 0 Spence, Mallory (4) and Morford; Camimann and Steinke. Most already has but !o wash off water after ir. A variety of Ions now available ire vice corrosion-- -t, BILL BERO Streamside Suggestions IF YOUR FISHING FLY IS SNAGGED IN A DEEP POOL/ USE A FORKED STICK TO FREE THE HOOK. TO ELIMINATE DRAG OKI YOUR LINE OVER SWIFT WATER. CAST LINE SO THAT IT LAYS OVER A ROCK ON FAR SIDE WHERE THE WATER IS STILL. A PARKENEP AREA OF WftTER EDGtp WITH WHITE FOAMY WATER INDICATES A SPOT WHERE ATROUT WILL HIPE. WHEN ATROUTS TAIL APPEARS ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE WATER MEANS HE 15 FEEDING DEEP ON NYMPHS. ...^ . marcheF'otf the prfrgame festivities. The Caldwell HighSchool band will play the National Anthem while the Caldwell High School Drill Team presents the colors. Also on hand will be World Champion auctioneer Ken Trout. Trout will do his best to get a "fair" price for the special autographed baseballs, signed by such luminaries as Harmon Killebrew, Larry Jackson and Vernon Law. Baseballs and bats autograph ed by the Cubs will also be auctioned to Ihe highest bidders. Some special prizes for the evening, Including a free trip for two to John Ascuaga's Nugget at Sparks, Nev., a free trip to Ihe Stardust in Las Vegas, Nev., and two free box seat tickets for Hie first two World Series games this fall. Proceeds for this Caldwell Cubs-Ogden Dodgers game will be turned over to the Elks Re- labilltalion Center in Boise. Every resident in Treasure Valley who is concerned with the operation of the Rehabilitation Center Is encouraged to turn out in support of this worthy cause. 5--Outboard motors: Lubricate all mounting parts and control points; install new, correctly-gapped spark plugs each season; and make sure there's no water or rust particles getting Into the fuel system. If you're using the boat in salt water, it's a good idea to flush Ihe lower unit with fresh water of"sa]nd7oUect after "se-and keep the lower 'and laps. These unit P^"' 61 File ^ ""cks you find to the propeller. 6--Inboard and Stern Drive engines: Use the same basic steps as on the outboard, plus Ihe preventive maintenance measures you use on your automobile engine. 7-Fuel tanks: Inspect fuel lines and connections forcracks and other signs of wear. If you are very much like those used for cleaning aluminum cooking ware. 3-V,'ood boats; These hulls should be scraped and sanded down to bare wood and repainted with a high grade marine finish. If the boat is kept in the water, make sure it'sanli-foulingpainl. When storing, keep the cabin LAWN MOWER JOHN DEERE lawn t Tractor 0*abr ··'SMMMAfAUS Aciou Iran Idaho Pow* Ask Yovr Dealer for WAND BUTTER CHEESE ICE CREAM - WHOLE MILK POWDER NON FAT DRY MILK SOLIDS Manufactured and DMributtd by DAIRYMEN'S CALDWH1, IDAHO CO-OP CREAMERY OF BOISE VALLEY Allyear wsVe been saying: 21 Oldsmobiles below $2920. But checkour prices now! There never was a better lime to buy a beautifully engineered Rocket-Action Olds than now during your Olds Dealer's annual Yer.r End Sale! Selection's great ! Toromdo, Ninely-Eighi, 88, Cullnss, Vista-Cruiser, 4--I-2. F-85-are all see your Oldsmobik- Dealer quick ;md Uikc your pick. He's saing Y.E S Co Oidxmobilcal)our nearest ^ cransporralionccnlcr POBBS BROS. 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