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·'f\ J*ho Free Press, Saturday, July 15,1967-6 Cubs Win 'No Matter How' Contest Late Dodger Rally Stifled By BOB HOOTER (he pioneer League. CALDWFLL - "It doesn't Merten gave up four hits and matter much how we score the winning run as long as we win," said Cubs Manager George Freese Friday night aftei Cal* well beat Ogden's high-flying Dodgers, 8-1, before 354 fans at Simplot Stadium. Jeff Hude, in a pinch-hltling role, drew a bases-loaded walk oil Jim Brunnworlh In Caldwell's eighth inning to force home winning pitrher Earl Ar- togas! with the payoff marker. It was the Htli walk to a Cub bailer ir, the game. Then after Ogden Manager Tom LaSorda was ejected at the start of the ninth Inning for renewing a night-long feud with plate umpire Bob Campbell, the Dodgers threatened by loading the bases. A walk and a two-base error brought on the Cubs' fourth hurt er, Charley Hunt. He promptly Ml Scolt Harvey with a pitch as many runs ID the seventh as the Dodgers moved Into a 1-6 lead. Harvey's two-run single capped the damage after Carmen (Bulch) Marceno's sacrifice fly and Ron F.sles' single each produced a run, then in the Cubs' seventh, pinch-hitter Johnny Johnson poled a 340-foot solo homer over th.a left field wall off loser Sonny Saxon to tie the score. Saxon walked the bases full in Ihe eighth, and Brunnworth couldn't bail him out without a run, "We'll pilch Joe Reyda Saturday (tonight 8 p.m.) and Bitter Lloyd Kingfisher or Terry Bongiovani Sunday (7 p.m: on Elks Night)," said Freese. "We need both games to pull up close to Ogden." Al Robinson rapped two doubles and a single In his first three trips Friday night to help the Graham /n/ii Hampers Ha WEBER - A debatable pitch mailed Sharp, "but lie pitched The Hawks wiUteitlleinrough in the Nampa Hawk half of the four innings before we hadlore- next week until Friday evening place him with Larry McMil- when they travel to Boise for lin. McMillin did a good job in what Ciuld be a decisive game, If relief." the Merchants could come out The Hawks tallied again in the victor it would drop the the second to take a seven run Hawks out of the League leal lead. It wasn't until the fourth Nampa and Weiser will meet that Weiser found the range, three more times during the Four scores crossed the plate season. to load the bases, then got Ken Cubs off to a 4-0 lead. Medlock to bounce Into a third After Ogden rallied for three base force-out to end the battle, unearned runs in the fifth to "Yes, we blew good 4-0 and knock oat Dlslaso --RandyKohn 6-3 leads tonight," said Freese, belting a 390-foot double off Ihe "but I thought both Alex Dis- center field fence for twotallles taso and John Merlen did well, -- Tom Whelan hit a clutch two- especially Merten for not hav. run single In Ihe Cubs' sixth ing pitched much recently." to make It 6-3. 1 set the stage Each club used 16 men In a for Ogden's counter rally, strategy duel between LaSorda QGDEN - v and Freese, Ogden using six of Manaban ss the game's 10 pitchers in trying Canada rf to protect Its 4'/?-game lead In R«'ner cr ATTENTION, CASSIUSI--First of (he so-called elimination tourneys to select a new world's heavyweight champ now that Cassius (Muhammad AH) Clay has been dethroned will be field in Houston's Astrodome August a with a double-bill involving: these four fighters. Tlioy are Ifrom left) Ernie Terrell, Leotis Martin. Triad Spencer and Jimmy Ellis. Terrell lakes on Spencer, Martin meets Ellis. Clay still clatnw he's the heavyweight champ. first inning destroyed an early lead and a late Weiser rally won the Friday evening baseball contest 11-1 at Weiser. "The team played good baseball," remarked Hawk manager Gary Sharp. "We tad Ihe lead and I hen Graham got hi I and that seventh inning rally finished us." Loren Graham was Ihe starling pllcher for Nampa. In (he Hawk half of the first singles by Phil Smith and Norm Hall and home runs collected by Eldon Book and Mike Huter pul the visitors out in front -0. It was at the end of the stanza that Graham was hit by a pitch thrown by Weiser's Warren Meador. "Graham was hurt," corn- in the fourth and three more in the sixth to tie up the ballgarae. The root fell in in the bottom of the seventh when with the bases loaded, Weiser's Bob Fagen drove a line drive through the fance for a grandslarn homer. "There might be a little dispute about the homer since Benefit Scheduled MONTICELLO, N.Y. (I'Pl)- it went through the fence," said The National Basketball Assocl- RAD ATZ DIS APPOINTS PHQfHIX , the Nampa coach, "but even it ation's outstanding players will il hadn't been a round tripper converge on Kutsher's Country the winning r u n would have Club Aug. 15, for the ninth annual Maurice Stokes benefit game. Stokes, a former star with the Former Charger Tame' scored." Header struck out nine on his way to the pitching win for Weiser. Nampa collected seven Cincinnati Royals who was. hits off Meador while giving up struck with encephalitis in 1958 : 10 raps to the winners. has been hospitalized ever The Hawks still lead the Bor- since. The proceeds of the der League by a matter ot per- game, which averages close to centage, AB R II Bl Nampa Swimmers Compete The Nampa City Recreation swimming team has a busy week end scheduled according to Art Payne, the squad coach. Today the local splasher swill compete in the annual Caldwell Relays at the Caldwell Municipal pool along will: other Treasure Valley teams. Sunday the squad will travel to Lucky Peak Reservoir above Boise to participate In ttie -swimming competition to be held In ttinjuneHon with the Water Festival, Women Finalists Clash IDAHO FALLS (L'P!) - Defending state champion Virginia I'ndhjem, Twin Falls, a n d Rose Ann Okerstrom, Idaho Falls, tee off Saturday morning to decide the 1967 Idaho State Amateur Women's golf championship. The Undhjem woman defeated 15-year-old Kali Boyce of Boise 5-i and Okerstrom defeated Pat Reese, Pocatello, 2- up to take wins in semi-final rounds of play. Denbow 3b Kohn c Marceno Ib Black If Lucas p Eastes ph Saxon p Brunnworth p Hal! ph Harvey 2b Ilaab p Watson p Medlock If Totals CALDWELL Hernandez 2b Brukscli ss Lung 3b Rosendo Ib Arbogast p Hunt p Mo Math of 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 By United Press International week by the parent C h i c a g o Dick Kadatz, former deadly Cubs, the husky righthander relief pitcher In the American gave up three runs and walked League for Boston, has proved five in the four innings he pitched. He was tagged with the loss in the Giants' 6-4 win. Radatz allowed only two sin- to be only a lame kitten for the Phoenix Giants, Making his first start since being sent to Tacoma in the Pa- citic Coast League earlier this Nampa is -2 for the $10,000 per year, season while Weiser occupies 2-0 lead in the first when Bob 23rd homer of the year with a second position with a 1-2mark. Burda singled home Cesar Guti- man on to lead the Islanders Boise ls tm ' r(i ^ Marsing is errez who walked and D a v e to their victory over San Diego. in the lea E ue cellar. Marshall who also singled." - gles bul his wildness got him into trouble. Phoenix grabbed a Hill's Pff Crew Battles Clock AB R H Bl 3 1 1 1 0 7 SILVERSTONE, E n g l a n d (I'PI)--Mechanics raced the clock today in an effort to get Graham Hill's Lotus Ford back into shape in lime for the former world auto driving champion lo take his place on o l o o 0 2 2 o 1 o o o ._ Rockwell Ib Rude ph Hude ph Miller Ib Dlstaso p Merten p J. Johnson rf o i o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 Pan-Am Berth Bids Contested the starting line for the British Grand Pri. Hill, battling, lo regain his driving title, crashed his car in a practice run Friday after he had completed, the second fastest lap for. cars entered in the Grand PrfcU'Hls time was ' ' Frank Johnson's sacrince ny in the fourth inning produced the third run off Radatz. In other games: Vancouver nipped Denver 5-4 In 11 innings; Tulsa eked out a 2-1 win over Portland; Oklahoma City downed Spokane 4-2; Hawaii dropped San Diego 5-2; and Seattle Ihwarlcd Indianapolis 5-1. An unearned run in the llth gave Vancouverits decision over Denver. At Tulsa, four 0 i 1 e r hurlers combined to toss a four-hitter as Tulsa got by Portland. Third baseman Aaron Pointer drove In three runs and scored Totals 33 8 11 8 OKdon 000 030 400 - 7 Caldwell 022 002 llx - 8 E - Manahan, Bruksch, Lung, Dlslaso. 2B - Kohn, Robinson 2, Iffl - J. Johnson. SF Marceno, Whelan. SB -Canada. DP-Manahan-Harvey -Marceno. LOB - Ogden 11, Caldwell 13. IP H ER SO BB 2 2 / 3 6 4 I 3 2 1/3 3 2/3 0 1/3 1 1 2/3 1 1/3 0 4 ?/3 6 2 1/3 4 Kaab Watson Katawaczik Lucas Saxon (L) Brunnworth Distaso Merten Arbogast (W)l 2/3 0 Hunl 1/3 0 average speed miles per hour. It was believed that Hill was trying to equal the unofficial lap record set earlier Friday by teammate Jimmy Clark, whose MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) clocking was 1:25.3 for an -Ten 'national meh's track average speed of lust over 123 champions and seven naUonal roph, when the accident oc- women's titleholtfers bid for curred. berths on the U.S. Pan- Kill's car suddently went out American team today in a 13- of control on the approach to event program opening two the grandstand, lost a wheel days of (rials to wind up and hit a wall, selection of the United States During Friday's p r a c t i c e international squad. rans, 13 of the 23 entrants Highlighting today's track unofficially smashed the lap show will be Randy Matson, recort) v 1:29 - 8 ( 117 - M _ as,. v Qlclahoma Cljy - .'--,.'hirn'ed 'ba6k Spokane. And Seat- one/minute'ajfd 26'seconds for ' tle regained a tie for the West-, v an average speed of 122.53 ernDivislonleadwilhits5-lver- dict over Indianapolis. In the final league encounter, Willie Kirkland slammed his ONCE OVER LIGHTLY Skier Shows Hidden Skill By WAWJE CORNELL Jean-Claude Ktlly of France, who has won just about everything there is to win in the skiing world made Ihe comment last winter that he would like to drive racing automobiles. Evidently Kill) 1 Is not just all talk because he did drive a racing machine recently. Not only did he drive, he also won! Killy and an alleged Goodyear Tire Co. public relations man, who went by the name of "Gahier", which is French for "notebook" entered a Porsche racing team 911s on one of Ihe world's most grueling races, the Targa Florio. Killy and Ms partner won first in the GT class. The Targa Is held on Ihe Island of Sicily on a road course tiBi winds up and down, around and through the mountains and villages. It is known to be one of the most treacherous events 'n the world for racing equipment. Sixty-two cars started and only seventeen finished. It has long been known that motorcycle riders seem lo do very well in racing cars. There seems lobe some "sixth- sense" that aid these men. John Surlees ex-world champion Grand Prix pilot Is an excel'^nt example of a two wheel driver turned four. This is the first time, however, lhat anyone has thought of a skier being the right type of person for a driving job. It may be that r .torcyclists and skiers have a sense of balance that allows them to "feel" the car's actions. You find some of the strangest people in the strangest places these days. The unluckles! driver on the United States Road Racing circuit must be a gentleman named Skip Scott. Scott, who drives a McLaren-Chevy Group Seven machine on the championship trail, was running In second place at Las Vegas wiien he developed some problems with his oil system. Scott caa« bursting Into the pits lo mike repairs. Evidently one ot his opponent's pit crew members decided Scott was driving too fast in the off-course area. In order to let the driver know he was going to fast the unidentified gentleman threw a bucket of water at Scott's windshield, bucket and all I The resulting damage put Scolt out of Ihe race and he was preparing to remove the bucket thrower's molars when tht race officials broke things up. who awaits recognition of his established 71-5% shot put as a world Jacl! Brabham record, and Dclmon McNabb. V'ear. Matson, a perennial winner from Teas AM, won both the AAL' and NCAA shot put championships and McNabb, from LSI', grabbed the javelin "·Id champion ilast Surviving American VILLARS, Switzerland (UPI) Miml Henreid of Los Angeles crown In both meets with his was the only American repre- best toss 268-3. sentative left today in the Swiss Two defending Pan American International tennis tournament. champions also will appear to Miss Henreid reached the attempt to qualify for a itturn semifinals Friday when she trip. They are the world record ousted Sonia Fetz of Switzer- holder in the Icng jump, Ralph tod, 1-5, 6-3, while Nadine Boston, and the women's high Netler of Scarsdale, N.Y., was jump litleholder, Eleanor Mont- being eliminated by Mabel gomery. Vransovic of Argentina, V-5, 6-3. Fop Yachtsman HANKOE, Norway (I'Pl)- William Wlthnall of Marbel- head, Mass., reigned today as the world champion yachtsman In the International one design class. Withnall, who collected 13 points in Ihe series of races, dethroned Jack Wosser of San Francisco, a two-time champion. Wosser finished (hird with 29 points while Kalle Nergaard of Norway was second with 17. Pioneer League Leaders B r BII.1. BERO · Fishing from a bridge or pier... POPULAR IN MANY AREAS BUT SOME TIPS MAY HELP. HEAVY GEAR IS ADVISABLE. ^ ^^ BEST FISHING IS STRAIGHT DOWW. AND OTHER FISH OFTEN MOVE NEAR THE PILINGS. « AROUND THE BRIPbES AND * ' THE PIERS AT (OI6HT. OFFICIAL STANDINGS W L Pet. Ojdcn 11 5 .698 Idaho Falls 8 7 .533 Caldwell 1 8 .467 Salt Lake City 5 11 .313 TEAM BATTING AB H Bl PCT Idaho Falls 512 134 79 .262 Ogden 539 131 95 ,243 Caldwell 533 117 66 ,220 Salt Lake City 540 105 41 .194 INDIVIDUAL BATTING AB H Bl TCT SPORTSMEN SPEAK In Defense ot Cowboy Boots Dear Sir- And I wonder about that! In regards to your STUPID editorial in last Friday's Free Press, I have a few statements which might be of interest to you. But since you are so prejudiced, I doubt If you even read this, or have guts enough to print it then. As far as rodeo being a sport, show me any competition which has more sportsmanship than rodeo! Every man, woman and child who competes in this sport gives every competitor every break possible. They tell if a calf /kicks, runs straight, ducks off, etc. ..The same with steers, in roping and dogging. They help each other with the buck- frig stock, getting out of the chutes, even so far as to turn a horse or bull .back for another man, which will mean more points and lessen their own chances of winning. How many of your so called other sports will do the same? Barrel racers are the same way, loaning equipment, advising as to slick ground etc. Rodeo is the only profession where a man or woman pays an entry fee for a chance to compete against another. They receive no guaranteed wage and if they have tough luck there is no consolation prize to help out. This is a sport where the best man wins, and believe me, they are men. If you have any doubts, step behind the chutes and mouth off like you did in your column! Their Cowboy Boots might not be called athletic equipment, but It is deductable on income lax, as well as their expenses, so It's the same difference isn't itl The worst problem with rodeo is people like you, you have the facilities to speak out against it, without knowing a thing about it and humane societies are just as bad! Rodeo stock Is better cared for than most animals anywhere, and they are not forced to buck they do It because they like It. There are many horses 20 years old, fat as pigs and bucking boys off right and left. Show me a race horse that age and many that are younger than can walk let alone buck a man off! Many of us do not approve of the money spent for a STAR, we feel it could be better used by the real stars, the cowboys! Of course, it's people like you who go to a rodeo, only to see the star who push the issue. At least the people who walch the star, watch the rest of the rodeo and make for more fans. Sure, everyone goes western, why not, it's once a year and it's big business. Cowboys go western everyday, it's only town folks who join in the fun. Furthermore, show me a cowboy in any of these ignorant protest marches! Too bad you can't come down off your high liorse (excuse Ihe phrase) you might find yourself enjoying real people! Yours for better rodeo, Mrs. Virg Vail Across the Counter Not long ago the f a m o u s columnist, Ann Landers, answered a question as to why t professional man couldn't apply his knowledge to his own personal life. Said Ann: "Another case where the shoemaker's kids are going barefoot. I have repeatedly pointed put toe difference between possessing know-how and having the ability to apply it to one'sWe." Ann added, as a further example, "I know a bright insurance man whose home was vandalized, and he was not covered." In all phases of life, many more examples could be given of people who don't "practice what they preach." But, frankly, it is inexcusable in the insurance field. If the "bright insurance man" had one of the popular Homeowners policies --which we certainly advocate --his loss would have been covered when his home was vandalized The Homeowners policy offers many other features -- a whole package of coverages. We would be glad to explain the advantages of a Homeowners policy to you! (Yes! We do own a Homeowners. It's actually tha 1 GOOD!) Why not call abou: it? NAMPA BRANDT AGENCY "COMPLETE INSURANCE" 215 MlhAve.So. MAL 466-7121 USE A LARGE SINKER. IF LINE IS MOVING AWAY OR BAITS WILL RISE TO SURFACE. LARGE FISH CAN BE LANDED WITH A DROP NET. Rude, Cal R. Hughes, Oed Black,Ogd Halner, 0;d Rsles, Ogd Minor, IF Manahan, Ogd Marceno, Ogd Medlock, Ogd Whelan, Cal Plnnow, SLC Nunn, IF Hernandez, Cal Thompson, SLC B. Johnson, Cal Fixico, SLC Cedeno, SLC Floyd,IF Miller, Cal Lane, IF 38 16 9 15 6 4 11 4 4 65 2319 57 19 1 33 11 3 18 6 2 12 4 43 14 7 .386 37 12 9 .324 62 20 7 .323 22 7 3 .218 19 6 2 .316 ·12 13 3 .310 26 8 1 .303 20 6 1 .300 1C 3 1 .300 37 11 4 .297 26 8 6 .286 21 6 4 .286 floyd In Picture HEW YORK (I'Pl)-Fonner .421 champion Floyd Patterson said ,400 Thursday he was definitely In 36* the heavyweight elimination j33 tournament title picture and 333 expressed a desire that Jerry 333 Quarry, who heli! him to a 333 draw, would behlsopponent. DEL BUFFINGTON is associated with (MINSTER'S 1ARBER SHOP 1202 11th Streets. OPEN 8-6 PHONE 466-7891 cr 459-4664 to place your classified art, It'5- fast, easy i economical. ANNIVERSARY SALE! Really Big Savings On QUALITY Exterior Paints NAMPA PAINT $ GLASS Hiwoy 30 Nampa Aao» Item Dobtn areas public's (ADVERTISEMENT) GENERAL PUBLIC NOTICE ABOUT WEED AND RANK GROWTH CONTROL In the interest of protecting the public's health, safety and welfare, and as provided for the Nampa city ordinance, the City of Nampa shall cause excessive, rank and untended weed and vegetation growth lo be eliminated, cut and disposed of from vacant lots or other whicb may cause a hazard to the health, safety or welfare. The ordinance provides that such rank weed growth shall be controlled between the last day of May and the first day of October of each ana every year. All such growths shall be cut and eliminated by Nampa c,ty forces or their agenfs and the hazard remedied for those areas which have been tended to by July 20, 1967. The of the work thereof shall be billed roperty owner, if known, and if not be collected as general taxes as vided by city ordinance. Respectfully submitted CITY OF NAMPA By,- R.J.HucVab««,P.E. City Enginwr and Public Worki Dir«lor not cost to pro-

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