Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 14, 1967 · Page 6
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Nampa, Idaho
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Friday, July 14, 1967
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Jfcho Free Press, Friday, July 14,1907-6 Homers, Errors Drop Caldwell Caldwell During Clutch By BOB HOOKER two double plays then killed a CALDWELL- "We wasted potential big Inning, good pitching by Darcy Fast, and Manager Tom Lasorda of the we didn't get the clutch hit with Dodgers, highly pleased over men on base," said Cubs Man- his club's 4 1 /; game lead In the ager George Freese Thursday Pioneer League, said, "We're night after the Ogden Dodgers pennant bound since no other tripped Caldwell, 4-1. (earn seems to be able to get A crowd of 1,849 at Simple* hot and catch us. Our roster Is Stadium on Insurance Night, In- sel tor the pennant drive." eluding Governor Don Samuel- Fast st/'ick outthestdetwlce, son, saw Karra Hall and Don in the third after Hall's 360-foot Denbow smack solo homers in honwr over the left field wall the third and fourth innings, re- and In the sixth. He fanned 11 speetlvely, to help Dodger re- for the game to run his lotal liefer Larry King plelcupthevk- for the season to 37. However, (ory. Hie unlucky southpaw fell to 0-2. The Cubs tallied thelrlonenin Denbow's blast In the fourth in the secondlnnlngonfcurwalks really sailed out of the park, off Bob Lamber. Fast drew the carrying 390 fed over the left last one to force home newcom- field wall, er Al Robinson. One of Ogden's Those two hits and John Gamble's game opening single were Gamble ss Estes Ib Rilrwr cf Denbow 3b Medlock If Kohnc Sears rl Hall 2b Lamber p King p Hughes pr Bruoiworlh p Totals O G D E N - 4 AB R 4 3 CALDWELL - i V7imams 2b Bruksch ss Lung 3b Whelan c J. Johnson r( Robinson If Me Math cf Rockwell Ib Fast p 2 0 0 1 Hunt p 0 0 0 0 Hosendo p h 1 0 0 0 Totals 29 1 5 1 Ogden Caidwell 001 100 0 2 0 - 4 010 000 000 - 1 the only safeties off Fast until i 0 Ron Esles 1 run-scoring single in the eighth. The Dodgers (allied twice In this frame to clino.ti It, two errors by Ed Bruksch and two fielders' choice plays paving the way. "Yes, Bruksch's errors cost us in the eighth," stated Freese "but the big thing tonight was the fact we didn't hit with men on. Our work Is cut out for us now. We need the next three games to pull to within close range of Ogden." Sunday night's game on Elks Night will start at 1 p.m, after festivities at 6 o'clock. Alex Distaso will hurl tonight for the Cuts In the battle at the regular 8p.m. time. Shortstop Terry Hughes currently Is sidelined withalrusied arm, suffered when he was stepped on at Salt Lake City. Women's Tourney Morrows IDAHO FALLS (UPI) - The Idaho State Amateur Women's Golf Tournament was narrowed down to four semi · finalists Thursday, including a 15-year- old Boise girl. The two survivors of Friday's semi-finals will square off Saturday for the championship round over the 36-hole course. Winners and losers Thursday were Virginia Undjem, T w i n Falls, who defeated Ruby Stone, Boise, two up; Rose Okerstrom, Idaho Falls bsatLuciileBarreft, Idaho Falls, 3-2; Pat R e e s e, Pocatello, defeated Serjene Sorenson, Idaho Falls, 3-2; and teenager Kali Boyce, Boise, defeated Pat White one up on the 21st hole. Pioneer Standings SPORTS GB KARA HALL, left, Ogden Dodger second baseman, doesn't even bother to slide as he is forced out al third base in the eighth Inning of Thursday night's game. Ogdsn went on to score two runs In the inning to add to Hall's third inning homer and a fourth inning blast by Don Denbow to lop the Caldwell team, 4 - 1. (Staff Photo) Pot. .131 -9 9 .500 4 1/2 9 9 ,500 4 1/2 5 14 .263 9 Results Thursday Ogden 4, Caldwell 1 Idaho Falls 6, Salt Lake City 3 Games Tonight Ogden at Caldwell, 8 Idaho Falls at Salt Late City HAMILTON TO ASSUME No. 93 DUTIES DP - Gamble - Hail - Esles, Denbow - Hall, j. Johnson Whelan. LOB - Ojden 2, Cald- veil B. IP H ER SO BB Tony Hernandez, an inflelder, MERIDIAN-- Kenny Hamilton was named the Cubs' player of of Nampa successfully held his the week for last week. Catcher A class lead over Bill Chand- Ehler has left the clubtem- ler of Meridian last Saturday Leader Replaces Dillon porarlly for military duty. at Meridian Speedway and will Lamber 1 1 / 3 0 King (W) 5 2 / 3 4 Brunnworth 2 1 0 4 3 11 2 Hawks Scheme Fast (L) . S 4 Hunt . , 1 0 HBP - Kohn by Fast. U - .Vtauer, Campbell. T - 2:25. A-1,500. JH?*1 NOTICE NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed proposals will be received by the Idaho Board of Highway Directors of the State of Idaho, only at the office of the Department of Highways, 3211 West State Street, Boise, Idaho, until two o'clock P.M., on the 25th day of July, 1967. for reconstructing tile roadway, constructing curb and (utter and a plantmlx pavement on 0.078 mile of Third Street So. In Nampa, known as Idaho Project No, STS 3754(512) In Canyon County. -- The Names Hawk looking for revenge tonight when they clash with Weiser in an 8 p.m. contest at Weiser. The Weiser club Is the only team that has beaten the Hawks so far this season. At the present time the Nampa nine's record stands at 7-L The Shake River Valley team edged Nampa 3-2 in an away game two weeks ago. "We beat Weiser the first time we met them this season 6-2," commented Hawk coach Gary Sharp. 'In that second game we made some mistake that they capitalized on. tfelser with a no win record. Northwest Nazarene College's star hurler during the 1967 the mound for fhe Hawks. Graham had a 3-3 record through the college season and had an earned run average of 3.46. Ills semi-pro record stands at 1-0 at the present time hut the coach remarked that Graham had also stepped in on three occasions to ijiich relief. Prospects for expansion of the Border League next seasonlook good wtth at least one more attempt the same this week. The following week however, will see the Nampa pilot back in his own No. 93 car which Is presently being driven by Jim Dillon of Nampa. Hamilton leads Chandler 151 Vi to 138'/j going into tomorrow night's contest. The former driver of the Pink Lady held his point lead by finishing second to Dillon in last .week's ;A main. Chandler, placed ttiiri 'Gerald Lundgren of Boise has spent the last fourraces on the CAMRA circuit but amassed enough points before leaving to stay in third with a 107 total. Glen Naylor, also of Boise, follows Lundgren with 96 counters. In B class competition Bob Neely lengthened his point lead with a convincing win last Saturday. The Ontario driver has gathered 159 !/j points so far this season. Neely's nearest competitor is Jake Spoor of Emmett with 114%. Following Spoor is Ken Renfro of Horseshoe Bend with 100%, .U Russell of Boise 76'/ : and Ken Kissell with 66 3 /.. I'f.pla'n, to .drive Al Croweii's No. "63 · car 'again this week," commented the A class leader. , the one Istarted TM season in. Jim Dillon hasde- elded to retire after thisweekso g ° ing *""* '° my ° W cari " Dwayne Dillon, Jim's young* brother had mechanical prob- lems last week and was unable to compete. "Dwayne and the crew worked on the car right up until race time but they just couldn't get it done In time," commented the older Dillon. Dwayne is currently sixth in the B class point race with 43'^ counters, Lundgren posted fast times at CAMRA races last week in Edmonton .and Calgary,'' Canada, place finish In the Edmonton ified. Norm Ellefson exteni his CAMRA point lead by grabbing the main erents at both nces. Warn Culver of Meridian scarfered his engine all over the Edmonton track during the time trials but he plans to have the car ready for Meridian Capital Rally Halted, Legion Squeaks Through BOEE -- The Nampa Ameri- "Monday's game. The Capital victory was Nam - Proposal Requirements and Conditions of the Idaho Standard Specifications for Highway Construction, edition of 1967. Plans, specifications, form of contract, proposal forms, and other Information may be obtained at the office of the Department of Highways, Boise, Idaho. A charge of Five Dollars ($5.00) will be made for each set of plans, payment to be made by check, payable to the Department of Highways, State of Idaho. The right Is reserved to reject all proposals, or to accept the proposal or proposals deemed best for the State of Idaho. No proposal will be considered unless accompanied by an acceptable proposal guaranty In an amount not less than five percent of the total amount of the proposal. This guaranty must be in the form of a certified check or a cashier's check drawn on an Idaho Bank, made payable to the Department of Highways, or a bidder's bond. Bidders shall bu licensed in the State of Idaho by the State Contractors License Board except on projects involving federal funds. The successful bidder on projects involving federal funds shall obtain such a license before award will he mad*, as provided in Subsection 107.03 of the Idaho Standard Specifications, edition of 19S7. The Contractor will be required to pay not less than the minimum wage rates on Form SP-L- 1 5 In the advertised specifications and bid proposal. Such rales will be made a part of the contract covering the project. The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (U.S.C.A. Title 29, Pars. 801-219, Chap. 8) shall apply in the employment of labor for this project. H Is the purpose of the Board of Highway Directors to build the improvement In the shortest time consistent rith good construction. Necessary equlp- m*nt and an effective organization will be insisted upon. Dated 5 July 1967. E. L, MATHES, P. E. Stat* Highway Fnglnwr Ml 10, I I , 12, 13, H, IW. s down second place in tne Border League circuit which was revived this year after being dropped early Inthel960's. Four teams are in competition this season with Nampa leading the way. In (htrd position is the all the Nampa has whipped Boise twice, Weiser once and Marslng four times. After tonight's contest the Hawks will take a week's layoff with the next game scheduled for Friday July 21 at Boise. moni. Although Nampa look the win the issue was In doubt until the final oul of the ball game. Nampa led by four (allies going into the final frame but two big errors allowed Ihree Capital scores and the tying run on third base. "We had two outs in that final inning and then the roof fell In," commented Nampa coach N'orm Hall. "We gave them three runs on mistakes that shouldn't have been made. The boys had .·ne a little scared for a while but we finally got out of it." The Legion is idle through the weekend. Monday evening Nampa will meet Ontario on the Oregonclub's home diamond. In their first meeting this season, Ontario emerged the victor over N'ampa. Randy Shroll is listed as Nampa's starter for on the pitching mound, sent six opponenls downswing- ing while allowing eight hits and walking two. "Dave got into a couple of tight spots toward the end of the game," said the coach, "but he managed to get out of them 1 think he was tiring a little bit. "Those errors really hurt us," remarkeAHall. "We were behind by one going into the sixth. Tlien we caught fire for five scores but almost threw it away on errors. We had two men out in the seventh and two chances to get the next man out done. ^n , . . 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