Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 49
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 49

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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Local Optimists Trip Ft. Morgan Nine, IHo t The Greelejr OptiraUti time up with fire runi In the fifth Inainz to belt Ft 'Morgan. 11-6, Sundiy Bight at Forbei field. The Optlmiiti combined linjled by UVerne Walker, lime? Maul, Ron Looj and Kenny Hagjird with a waft and two errou (or the five runt. Greeley had two three-run to account for the other ·cores. In the first a walk plus tripln by Maul and Fred Schoedcr led to two runi. Sehroeder icored on an Infield out. Singlei by Sonny Braii. Manuel Ortii, Maul and Schroeder ac- coL=l~l for Crceley'i fourth In- ins runs. Mike Ortero went the route for Greeley, allowing Ft. Morgan only four hits. Three walks and three hit basmen accounted for three Ft. Horjan runs in the third. "Otero settled down, allowing only two walks the rest of the way. Ft. Morgan put together two tingles and a home run by Buddy Dochs for three runs in the fourth. The Greeley Optimists will play the Greeley Elks in an exhibition Monday night at Forbes field. Ft. Morgan (i) Ab R H E Sorronson, 3b _ -- _ - - 3 1 0 1 Montal, J b - 1 0 0 0 Schultr., 2b Hassler. Zb -- Forbous, ss Dochs, e __ Worden, Ib Reals, Ib Harshman, cf Pease, cf Saunden, If .-- Mulhenberg, 11 Gnadt, p Hoffman, rf -White, rf . 2 2 1 0 . 1 . 4 2 2 2 4 . 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o 1 2 0 . 1 2 . 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Grwlay (11) Walker, 3b M. Long, 3b -H. Maul, ss Schroeder, Ib _ R. Haggard, e . Ortero, p R. Long, 2b Sherrer, 2b Brass, rf K. Haggard, rf . Ortiz. If Ehupe, el 28 6 5 6 Ab R H E . 2 3 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 _ 4 1 4 0 . 4 1 3 1 - 4 0 0 0 _ 3 1 1 0 - 2 1 1 0 - 1 0 0 0 - 2 1 0 0 - 1 1 1 1 . 3 2 1 0 - 1 0 0 0 Ft Morgan . Greeley ._ 29 11 11 2 _ 003 300 0- 6 _ 300 350 1-11 Runs' Batted In -- Harshman, Saunders, Gnadt, Dochs 3; Walker, Maul, Schroeder 2, R. Haggard, Ortir. 3B--Maul, Schoeder. HR-- Doths. SB--Walker 2, K. Haggard 2. LOB-Ft. Morgan 8. Greeley S. BB--Gnadt 2, Ortero 5. SO-Ortero 17. Gnadt 10. HP--Ortero (Sorren- »on, Dochs, Gnadt). Umpires- Dresser and Hoden. Greeley Skaters Win First at Ft. Worth Sun. FT. WORTH. Tex. - Three Greeley, Colo., youths took first placet in the opening competition in the midwest regional rollrr skating championships Sunday at the Holiday Rink. Janet Hoke captured the C girls- racing competition, while Sally Crawford won the juvenile A jirli 1 championship. Misi Hoke teamed up with Gary Wallace to win the pain competition. Thii duo defeated the defend ing American champions. The competition Monday, will continue NtW YORK -- WUlilBlftH (14! hat lannd Bayou br *· * · " In Utt 87fl.*» Coarhiflt Club American Olki at Btlnont rark. STANTON. D«l. -- PrUireti T t I J J O ) . r««l b7 »i»» Hartack. liHH · »»!· In (root ol Attica In t»» I17.CM New CaiU« Handicap at Dt!a«art While Sox Protest They DidnHollapse By JOE R E I C H L E R NEW YORK in - The cry if "Here comes the collapse" is being hurled at the Chicago White Soi again much to their annoyance. The White Sox in the pail few years hate suffered several late- season slumps. Monday they headed for Boston after three lickings by New York in four vital games at Yankee Stadium. The White Soi managed to salvage the fmile Sunday, 4-3 alter losing the opener 9-2 of a dou- ble-h:ader. Leading by five gim*i only 10 days ago, the Sox iiow are in second place, hall a game behind the Yankees. They've dropped five of their last seven games One of the more outspoken play ers who decried the loldup accusation was Billy Pierce, ace of the Chicago pitching staff. "I pit can't understand these people who are accusui us cf col- apsing," said Pierce, whj failed iunday in his third bid for his 1th triumph of 'Jie season "It's is il we're not entitled tu a slump, t's.all right for Ihe o'.her clubs o lose a few but we can't. "It seems they've been waiting or us to hit a bad spell so they can have the opportunity to say we're collapsing." Al Lopez, who left Cleveland to ake over the reins of the club his year, also ridiculed the col apse charges. "Tlwy'r' utterly Dateless," he said. "We've been playing good ball all year. Yes, even in recent lays when we've been losing. "Look at our defeats. Most of hem have been by one run. Bal- imore beat us twice by one run ast week. Two of our weekend de- 'eats by the Yankees were by one run. Is that a sign of collapse?" Youthful Hunter QUESNEL, B. C. UK -- Eight- year-old Wesson Bryant is the roungest hunter in this area to bag his moose.- He saved up to buy a restricted fire-arms license and dropped the animal with a single shot from his 3MO rifle. Greeley Grays Split Twin Bill with Denver Nine DENVER-John Blatnick hurled the Greeley Grayi to an 144 victory over the Denver Merchants after the Grays dropped the opener, 7-4, here Sunday. Blatnick stopped Denver on two hits for six innings after relieving Greeley starter Paul Villa in the fourth. Blatnick was touched for one run in the fifth inning. Blatnick added to his cause by slamming a triple with a runner on in the first Inning of the nightcap. Successive triplet by Mario Lopez, Nudy Lopei and Leo Carbajal sparked a four-run sixth inning for Greeley ai the Grayi tied the icore at 6*. Gus Lopez'i triple with the bases loaded in the eighth clinched the game for Greeley. Denver threatened to win both games in the second when the Merchants plated five runs. Denver steadily built up its first game margin with two runs in the first and second innings. Denver scored single runs in the second, fourth and fifth innings. Greeley scored three runs in the third inning of the opener to go ahead, 4-3, but the lead was short-lived. Junor Garcia, Nudy Lopei and Paul Villa singled in the bic inning while Gus Lopei doubled. (First garnt) , K n e Gre e!ey . 013 000 0--4 S 3 Denver 212 110 x-7 » 2 Lind, Gonzales (3), Villa (4) and R. Garcia; J. Martinez and Stcd. (Stconi g a m t ) R H E Greeley -- 200 004 143-14 16 4 Denver _ 050 010 000-- 6 8 6 Villa, 1. Blttaick (4) and R. Hernandez; J. Martinez. Roy (6), and Sted. Wells Duo Cops Scotch Foursome; Eaton Ties Mark Mr. and Mn. Bob Wells took the first Scotch Foursome competition at the Orefler Country Club Sunday by shooting a net 31 score. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flood, Mr. and Mrs. Harry BeU and Mel Bedinger-Joan Stephenson scored net 35's for second place. Other top scorers were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wells, 37; Mr. and Mrs. Cat Bullock, 37; Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Davis, 38; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lair, 38; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vanderlip, 38; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hanks, 38; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler, 38, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Taylor. 38. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Davis shot the lowest gross score, 43. Rex Eaton Jr., Saturday, tied the Greeley club's course record by shooting a five-under-par 66. Claude Wright, Denver, first set the record in the 1955 Greeley Invitational golf tournament. Mode! I Pickup Wins Billings-Helena Race . HELENA, Mont, in - A 1911 Model T pickup truck from Red Lodge, Mont., wheeled Into the Montana Capitol grounds here Sunday far in the lead in the 2U- mile Red Lodge-Roundup Model T race from Billings. Red Lodge thus WOT the privilege of irviting Montana GOT. Hugo Aronsou to its July 4 rodeo. The wiinLig car, driven by James Anderson of Bridger, took (-hours, 41-minutes, 4-seconds, to cover the distance, ar average of 36 mile* an hour. It was 27 minutes IS seconds ahead of the second-place Bean Win Two, «·"*·*· One a No Hitter Eaton round: Out- Par Eaton _ In- Par Eaton _ Jerry 444 454 3U-36 444 443 334--33 454 444 313--35 455 333 343--33 Bell, Greeley pro, taid Monday he will conduct group lessons for Greeley juniors. Golfers 10 years old and under will be instructed at 9 a.m. Saturdays. Teenage golfers will get lessons at 9:30 and 10 a.m. Saturdays. Pueblo Drops into Cellar By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It vas a case of winner take al, with one exception, in the Western League Sunday. Albuquerque and Topeka split a pair, b u t - t h e rest ol the league vent on a clean-sweep plan. When the nisht was over, Albuquerque had improved its ,..__,,,, fourth-place standins; AmariUol 1 "TMTM"" had fallen farther behind league-i" p l V eading Topeka; and DCS Moincs once more jumped out of the cellar and tent Pueblo back into last ^ place Albuqucrc,uc , Springs moved within a game and a half of fifth place with two victories, 9-6, 5-2, over Sioux City. Righthanders Dave Stenhouse and Fred Burdelte pitched Des Moines to its sweep" over Pueblo. After Stenhouse had limited the Dodgers to five hits in the afternoon game, Burdette scattered nine hits in the nightcap. Colorado Springs' Roger Howard turned in a lix-hittcr to propel the sky Sox past Sioux City in the opener. Colorado Springs peeked! way x for five runs to take the , second. ATTENTION, FARMERS! Web Worm Spraying POTATO DUSTING fall Nolan'* for Control and Krte Inspector* Nolan's CROP DUSTERS - Phone 1544-4117 Sports Writers Are Figuring in Baseball Fights CINCINNATI * -- Sports writers usually are classed as "non- aelligercnts" but even they now are figuring in the rash of 19J7 major league baseball fights. Johnny Temple, fiery 25-year- old Cincinnati Redleg second baseman, swung a punch on Earl Lawson, Cincinnati Times-Star baseball wr-ter, in a clubhouse fight Friday nirht and the result was: A $100 fine levied against Temple by National League President Warren C. Giles and then an apology by Temple to Lawson at a meeting of players with the 33- year-old baseball writer Saturday. Lawson suffered a bruised and swollen eye. Giles fined Temple because Lawson was acting as official corer and, as such, was a representative of the league. The fight started because Tern pie objected to Lawon having charged him with an error on a ground ball hit to him by Hank Foiles in Friday nijht's Redleg' Pittsburgh Pirate game. Ed O'Neil of the Dayton Daily News, who saw the incident, told much the same story Saturday ex By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The American Aim. has its third league leader In less than two dayi. St. Paul lost Sunday to Wichita, I-ut still moved Into the top ipot. For one day Minneapolis led things, after taking over from Wichita Saturday night. But In dianapoU swept both games of a doubleheader from the Millers Sunday,' S-4 and S-0. St. Paul was humbled by Wichita, 9-S. The result was the Saints' five- centage-point lead over Minneapolis in the baseball race. A new Denver pitcher, Ryne Duren, acquired from Kansas City in an Athletics-New York Yankee trade, twirled a no-hitter in the first game of a doubleheader, belting Louisville, 3-0. It wai the firtt no-bitter pitched in the nine year history of the Denver stadi urn. The Beari won the nightcap, 13-2. Manager Stringer PUEBLO (K -- General Manager Claude Freeman relieved Dei Moines field manager Lou Stringer a few hours before Dei Moinei jroae a fire-fame toting itreak in the Western league here Sunday. Freeman said Stringer will be replaced by Hcrschel Martin, a former outfielder with the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies. Martin bat been out of baseball this season, but scouted for the Phillies last year, lit will Join the club Tuesday at Topeka, where the Demons open a 3-game stand with the Hawks, Freeman Mid. Stringer laid he will return tn his home in Los Angeles. He joined Dei Moinei at manager at the Beginning of the season. *. rm. con.. t_ Monday, Jon* 24. 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Part 2( versify for the consolation title in th. National Collegi- TtKtll LONUO* - Mlml AratM. IriMal .1(1. Cant., aid AiatrlBa'a AaUtr Off- ate (NCAA) Tennli Champion- « ^JV** U " M u ** T * M * CM * , ships. Corley won 6-2, 0-6, 7-5. TILT LAKE CITY - surrr Matatir M«tlia ·«· IM NCAA, HOLLYWOOD - Nal mini. FWM. "· »"··« . MANILA - U» EipLuil. 114. r»il. xilpnUUi Urri Balaai. 111. U. .al, .11. i M. 14. U. H. «4 ·*· Ury »»er Ian 1M Mat. rf TeaU U USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Corley Wins Consolation ' SALT LAKE CITY * - Doug- lai Corley of Colorado College defeated Bill Rose of Portland Uni- STATE INSPECTIONS Avoid the ruth «rd gtt your STATE INSPECTION STICKERS early, Tht Co!orad» Stttt Insptctlon price hai bctn railed to I1.SO. Front-«nd Alignment Whtel balancing Wheel itnlgMtnlng BraVi Service Shock Absorbers Complett motor tunr-Up Spttdomttcn repilrtd Biar MicMni B t a n Machine Sun Analylli Machlntl Speedometer M::hlnc Bendli Hydrovae Tester Each man Is · aptelalist at Ml Job. Bond's Automotive Engineers 90S l l t h Avenue, Creeley UNITED MOTORS SERVICE .·a cept that he slid Temple knocked L2w«s2 is *hf floor and "Uien tried to J u m p on Law;on restrained him and -son from swinging Lawson said, "the only blows 1 landed were on the guys trying dropped Topeka, S-4, but the Hawks came back to win the second, 11-6. DCS Moines defeated Pueblo twice, 12-2 and 4-2. Lincoln shook-up second place Amarillo, and 3-2. Colorado it Temple c l a i m e d he only "pushed" Lawson and he said i was "Just a /larcup of temper on my part." Temple'i apology came at players' meeting called by firs baseman Ted Kluszcwski. It wa a closed tcssion and Lawson sai Temple havior." "apologized for his He s::d Temple dressed his remarks to him am the other playeri and laid he "re alized" he had a hot temper am would try to control it. Lawson laid he told the group "I'm sorry it happened, too." USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS r.nir rUNT. Mich. -- Paul Han . 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