Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 26, 1957 · Page 27
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Pace 14 GKEELEY TKIBUNK Wrdnnchy, June 26, 1957 I'aul Molonev. Kdilnr Kadlecek, Evans Score Victories In City League Softoall lues. K a d l r c r k studios an(. E v a n s V. F. W. outlasted their opponents in a pair nf City Incur softhall tames Tuesday niiht at Forbes field. Kadlerek ran up euht n:n in Mitchell struck out three Dials to end the game. Bud Float sparked Evans' four run sixth with i thrrerun home run. Bauer had a double earlier in Ihe f r a m e . the first two i n n i n g s then w e n t _.;,__., _,,,_. I w a t , lt . rn untel for en In w h i p .MacKenzie St.,re K.f.uip- (hrrt Ev _, n , run , _,, .he [, r ,t j n ment. 146, in five innings. j n m ,, T|c( . fM . k( . ( _ , !,_,,.,,([ lr .p. r E v a n s scored four runs in the | |.,. onar ._ M i t c h e l l followed vvith bottom of the sxth inning lo g a i n _ _ n u l _ _ r _. m . Crispin homered. Boudrr's second-inning homer was followed by a walk, an infield | nut and an error to account for two runs. Bold Billy by Pap' a 10-6 victory over stubborn D i a l s In the s e v r n m n i n g nightcap. Catcher Jerry Meyers sparked Kadlecek to a f o u r - r u n f i r » t inning against MacKeniie. Meyers slammed a threerun home run w-ith Sandy Luppens and Seth Stevens aboard. F.rv Dennis scored earlier on Stevens' single. A walk, an error, a single by Dick McDonald and two errors accounted for four more K a d l r c r k runs in the second. Kadlecek i n - 1 M a c K e n z i e Tice hit his second triple in the fourth inning with Bouder on base to provide Kvans* fourth run. Thursday's schedule: 7 Weld County Garage vs. Clothing; 11:30 p.m., Cowan Concrete vs. Ault V.F.W. (First gamt) p m.. Hibbs R H E Cincinnati Again Major Threat As It Tightens National Race; Yankees Bumped Out of First B/ ED WILKS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cincinnati RedJegs arr still in Yanks Doing Better In Wimbledon Tennis After Bad Beginning By STERLING SLAPPEY WIMBLF.DON, England f -- upjccsd Alth«» Gibson of New York played apottily Tuesday but paced t list of eight American men and seven women through' victorious opening matches in the rain-splattered Wimbledon tennis championships. The tall Harlem girl, seeking to become the first Negro ever to win at Wimbledon, struggled to a 6-4, M second round triumph over Suzi Koermoeciy of Hungary, one of the best Iron Curtain players. It was a banner day, generally, for the Yanks, who saw their top men's hope, Ham Richardson, ousted llondy. Seventh-seeded Herbie Flam, retrieving with fanaticism and keeping bis "nothing" hall in constant play, trounced Paul Blondel of Switzerland 63, 6 4 , 7-5, in a match three times interrupted by rain. The Beverly Hills, Calif., Davis Cup performer was joined in the second round by the veteran Gardnar Mully of Denver, Mike Green of Miami, Pablo Eisenberg of Maplewood, N. J., Sidney Schwartz of Long Beach, N.Y.. John Lesch and John Cranston, both of Los Angeles and Harry ButtitneT of San Francisco. American women 'who have sured the victory in the f o u r t h with a s i x r u n bursti Kd Meyer sparked the rally with a grand slam homer. MarKrniie cot all nf Its runs in Kadlccck f f i z ' business i n t h a t National league 4(0 fix-14 » 1 dog f i g h t , c l i m h i n s w i t h i n l i » e ' _ i _ _ Cicotle. Rookies Russ Ninon, llalc.^ Malono (4) and Costillo; ' :fnen t lt t points of the lead aft- _,_,,,...,.,. his f.,-,. home run, and .. question-mark guys -- ;ijoger Maris each drove in two Hart and Meyers. (Second gam*} R H E dominated Wimbledon tennis for 20 years showed no signs of slackening their crip as six others besides Miss Gibson, WOP first and second round matches. Louise Broush of Beverly Hills, f r a m e s . then tagged the Yankees j Calif., a four-time Wimbledon win- with their worst defeat of the year ner, advanced to the third round a Rocky Colavito hit his firit on a bye and an easy 6-2, 6-0 vie....... tory over Mrs. Mary Hawton of Australia. Other winners were Miriam (Mimi) .Arnold, the five- foot-two junior girls champion homer in the ninth off Dials _ _ _ _ _ . . . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ "Lucky" Brooks Lawrence, tore- r ' un ", ,, u, e Tribe collected 12 hits!from Redwood City, Calif.; pretty Ihe second inrimc. Su w a l k s and a \ E v a n s -- 310 010 1 -- ( « 1 backed Ted Klusiewski and squat- _,, , up port 320101 1-10 8 1!_. w) ttcr Smoky Burgess -- helped j.ossi. of once-beaten single provided thr runs off nf i Steinmlller, Hersh (5) and Sel-'jj,,.. , «..j slump. Don Karol Pratt Kadlecek pitrher nill Hart. Hart allowed only t w u hits during the game. Dials surprised t!ie power laden Evans t e a m w i t h a t h r e e r u n splurce in the first innin£. Sinilrj by Giif.sincrr and Scihert set thr state for \Vieherfs home run. Dials added another run in the second on Guesinter's triple and an error and a sacrifice play accounted rrr and a sacrifice rly accounted for Di catch up in thr top on a walk and a cnstly passed I f inning . Andy Carey's sixth home run lerl; Crispin. L. M i l c h f l l (S) and All three had a h a n d in Tuesday ,,.,, toK , f o r two 2nd-inning runs I.. Mitchell. Crispin (S). , nisht'i 32 drcision over I h r New , t _(,_, y_mkres lost their second Soxing Bigwigs To Try To Block Rademacher Fight with Patterson York Giants that houtrd thr Red- legs, whn now h a \ e won .i« ot ] seven, onln a l m o s t evrn t e r m * . Tijtri Scort 3 In ICIh Ticcrs boomed three runs Fageros -of Miami, of Jamaica and B*tt South Orange, N.J.; Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of Alameda. Calif, and Darlene Hard, Montcbcllo, Calif. The country's ninth-ranked player from Los Angeles, was beaten by Roy Emerson of Australia, one of Jaycees Slate il Meet July 12 The second annual Greeley City Swimming ehimplonihipi will be held it T p.m. Julr U la Gunter mino, m»t manager, announced bill swimming pool, Bob Guth- Tuesday. The tnttt will be iponiored by Ihe Greeley Junior Chtmber of Commerce. The Jiyceei will lerve at meet officials. Three age diviiioat (or boyi ind (or firli will be let up. Trophies will be iwirded to the ehimpiooi in eith group. The top five Individual! in each event will be ·warded ribboni. The age diviiiou are prep (III yean and under), junior (11-15 yean) and senior (18 yean and over). Here it a list of events: Prep Boys--2S-yd. free-ityle. 25-yd. backstroke. 25-yd. breaststroke and diving; Prep Girli--2S-yd. freestyle. 25-yd. backstroke, Z5-yd. breaststroke and diving; Junior Boys-W yd. freestyle, 50- yd. backstroke, SO-yd. breaststroke; Junior Girls--same as junior boys; Senior Men--JO-yd. freestyle, 100- yd. freestyle, 200-yd. freestyle, 100- yd. backstroke, 100-yd. breaststroke; and Senior Women--50-yd. freestyle, 100-yd. freestyle, 100-yd. backstroke, and 10-yd. breast' stroke. Defending men's, and women's champions Jon Osterland and Judy Elliott, respectively, will risk their titles this year. Seventy entries competed last year. Guthmann eipects a double turnout this year. The triphies will be on display it -Jon»« Sporting Goods next week. Entry blanks will be available at Jones and at the city pools. with the idle Ut-placc St. Louis home in the 10th, opened hy J. W. the Queensland "twin!," S-6, 6-3, Cardinals. L a w r t n t t 4 Hill Giants Lawrence, t a r g e t ot jests littling his 19 victories of Porter's pinch sinsle and put a w a y with Bill Tuttle' tie-break- be- _ n _. sincle and doubles by Al Kal a t l _ m f , ,,,_. fird Wilson. Charlie Max- 'year. 4 hit thr Giants to win hi!j M ( ._]', ._,·,, home runs brought De- and a sacrifice r ly accounted NF.W Y O R K '-P-The shock ot eighth. Burgess' two home n i n s ! t r m t _ r o m , 4-0 deficit ar-.d the Dials' f i f t h run in the f i l t h ' t h e propped Flojd Palterson-Pe- kept the liedlcjs in the c a m e a n d ; T l . c r 5 tied it in the ninth on Wil- lals m a d e a vain effort to ter I t a d r m a c h e r h. svweight title |Klu s 2 out pinch single in the , on 's HBI single. Harry Byrd, re- h up in thr top of the s e v e n t h 1.tight m Seattle, Wash . was be-lninlh bagged it ' porting earlier in the day for an- 1. Bob Sherman of Temple City, Calif., little known in U. S. tour- ament circles, won the first two ets from John Barrett, British )avis Cupper, but bowed to fa- igue, 4-6. 10-12, 7-5, 6-J. m · wane ana · COMIV m s - c n - i . - - »ear off Wednesday The race got even c h u m m i e r as En:*?". ^tehT,;TM.;;; «* ' - h e r e on it appear, 'bat iBrooVlyn's southpaw roo ir Da, Merchants, Evans Play Longrnonl's Harsh Co, Tonight at Forbes Field Th« G r 111 a y Merchants and Evans V.F.W. will havt a tigtr tonight whtn they mett Harsh Lum- b*r Co. of Longmont at Forbts fitld. Th« Merchants will bo out to evtngt a 70 dcfrit osrli«r in tho wtck to Harsh. This yimt will bt- fin at I p.m. Evans will meat th« pridt of Lorqmont at f p.m. other try at the majors, won it in relief. Truman Ocvenger lost ...,...,. hTigs"wiii d'o'"a'.'f th'e~yJ McDevitl 4-hit Milwaukee 2fl his first. ran to h o c k it. j T h a t upped idle Philadelphia to jxies walked none and struck third, l'i carnrs back, spilled the out six while winning his eighth. Bravrs to fourth. aHo l'i shy. ii n h Boyd w-as 3 for-4. ,,,, ,. ...» ,,...«"!» "'""I lhf Brooks' J a r k Littrell, Dale I/)n» and ato. Patterson's u n p r r - ' W I t h i n '"" S»nirs of the Iradrrs. Walt Moryn homered for the Cubs anacer. admits the idea White Se« Re»am Hall Oime Load w i th Littrell taceuis loser Bob l l a d r m a c h e r . t h e O l y m p i c h e a v y w e i g h t champion, never has f o u g h t professionally, and even ('us D'Amati d i c t a M e m is "fantastic." But he is determined to go through with it, assuming Patter- fiYU Basketballers Will Tour South Wichita Can't Be Counted Out By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It took three pitchers and a ral- y to prove it again Wednesday: You can't count WichiU out of the In t h e White Sox A m r r i c a n . shook off weekend in New York to rczain a son lick. Hurricane Jackson in the ( h a l f - s a m e lead with a 2-1 victory i first defence of his title July 29. U l l t . r u l Boston s w i n n i n g streak He has been guaranteed 1210,000 for lh» match. The first positive action came from Julius Helfand. chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission and -- more important -newly elected president of the Tho abov. t h » e _ l e a m s were Ihe Kvnrld Championship Boxing Com- SOP finishtrs in tht ttatt Inter national Seftbsll ln.ut tourni- rnnit list ytar. Friday night Evans will mttt Tallty Construction of Denvir In tfo« first of two gsmil at Forbtl fitld. Tht CrttUy Mtrchinti will m**t TalUy In th« sttortd con- Hit. Garnt timts art I and 9 p.m. Deaths and Funerals HAWnilTH \Vayn« Hiwnrth of Denver. H u s b a n d ot Mra. M a r s a r f t C. H a » n r t h . Father nf M l s a M a r y M a r s l r r t H i w n r t h of New Y o r k CUT. nrnthi-r of Carl l l a w o r t h ar.d M r s . T h r n d r r e 0!«en, t-rth rf r.rrt-lev. rtirter l l a w o r l h of ("li.irlr«lon. \Ves( \ ' i r c i n i a and Ta'.il H a w n r t h of Vallrjo, Calif. A r r a n p e m p n t s l a t r r . KLAiir ('jirl W a v n r Kl.-u'iy. I n f a n t ion cf Mr. »rd Mrs. F I.. Klaiiy rf 21U {'rest»po4 P r l v e . Tom- r n i t t a l a r r v l r e a 1" a.m. Thura- i!ay tt I.tnn C,ro\r. RK1S Mra N'lllr It'll of K a l o n ar.d V e n t u r a . C a l i f , f t e r l t a t i r r . of thi» Itn'.irr 7:" r t p ni T h u r s d a y frnni M a r j a Drawlnl; Knnm. Iteri'uifn M a s a 9 N m. F r i d a y frrm Pt. Tcfr'a C a t h o l i r Th'jr(h. I n t ' r r n r n t I.lnn drove. mittee. "I'm u t t e r l y astounded that | D ' A m a t o would be even thinking of making such a match," said lelfand. Hr said he had w r i t t e n a letter lo Floyd Stevens, president of the National Brjing Assn. It is obvious that Helfand minced no words condemning the bout in his letter to Stevens. Washington is a member of the NB\ and Stevens is in a position to tell the Washincton commission that the natinral organization opposes the bout. The N B A , incidentally, recently rejoined the World Championship Boxing Committee, at m games. Third place Cleveland plunked the Yankees hack to second with an 11-2 pastint. Detroit, blasted hy M a n a g e r Jack Tiihe, came from bch.nd to beat Washincton 7-4 in in innmss for a full share (if fourth place again. And Baltimore handed K a n sas City a sixth consecutive de- j \rw Vork feat 54 on BiJly Loos' 3 hit pitch- ' PROVO, Utah (JPI -- The Brig, ham Young University basketball team, winner of last season's Skyline Conference championship, will _ i u i ____,,_, _ _ take a swing through the South Chicago's \ Friend^w'ith" a'Trun" shot.' D a v e j a s part cf neit season's schedule The schedule, announced Tues day, includes games against Uni versify of Tennessee at Knoivilie J)ec. 28; University of Alabama al Tuscaloosa Dec. 30; Vanderbill University at Nashville Jan. 2. and Loyola University at New Orleans Jan. 3. t h a t lost Hillman won it in relirf. Major League nr tut assoruirn rutss A M E R I C A N LEAGUE W. L. rrt. f :orrid American battle. Assn. baseball While St Paul was improving its percentage lead Tuesday nigh over the pack, Wichita's Brave clamped its second straight vie tory on Indianapolis by winning 10-8. And it happened after Wich ita ace Carlton Willey, who ha allowed a 2-run home run, left in the second inning. The Braves showered the In dians' Duke Markell with a home run attsck in the fourth and the put the clincher on with fonr sin gles in the seventh. A loth-inning run in Omaha allowed St. Paul to stay in front in the AAA league race, 3-2. · nr tuoruTCD ntu AMIRICAN ASSOCIATION _ iM ___ .11 ··«·- i.s.i taa" U ii! *a»»i w«*.Kkirt ··« SI. Fid I. omlki I 111 U«iiJi. witiaa u. Issizirrtrt · txitu il MwtipaUi. »««t««w4 rinnc COIST (11 Dton.S. lacramm* «. Ui AxtWi S. Su rraacun S. Vi»n«nr T, l*irtll-« · S. fcartla I TIOKaL l E A C t E » , M I laaiail). Ttrato I. CMintal I. Ttxaa LIACIT Oklikeml Ot I, Ftrt W«U S "·· . . . .. . _ . I* 111 Sll Attorn* S. llonlU D-Ull S-T, Tulll M. Autl 4. IfcrtvtiMrt toiTHetx ISSN. ClltUM0|l S. Unl« R0TE 1. Blnnttltlm I. Mc*U. «. N«w Urt«a« S. AU«Kta S. Only ffcBirl Kkvilulrti. riODEtt IXAGVE Salt Lake II. Crrat ralla S. awu u. iiiuui s. M.B. nni i. pocauui i. Valltr S. Hl.tou'l S. S. llau City S. A!bu«q*nvt IS. Piwbl* 1-t, · I Usual 1. T«I»|LI S. rolorato SprtMl HI. Imlrffl* S-I. Topeka Beaten, Others Gain By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Western League's winning- est pitcher, Topeka's John Stad nicki, had his string of victories snapped at 11 Tuesday night as he ook t relief role loss to the Dei Moines Demons. Stadnicki came to the mound in the ninth inning and gave up the run which tied the game 2-2 and still was pitching when the Demons pushed across a run in the llth to win 3-2. Nearly al the other teams an he league took advantage of the Topeka loss to edge up on the oop leaders. Lincoln downed Sioux City S-3 to better its 3rd-place position. Pu eblo and Albuquerque split a dou ileheader with Albuquerque tak iJiVro't" no.iin Pittsburgh Now in Cellar xVil'-Tr'-iiT - ". . ' s» n .J«l is Chicago's Cubs q u i t the cellar w..htnitm a M .MI » in Ihr othrr NI. same, d r o p p m j Wednesday · Schedule · O«»land at N«w \or» -- Lemnn (SO BYU will open the season Dec. j Lo u i 5v _i)e and Charleston split 6 in Seattle against University ef _j, f j r ooubleheader. The visiting Washington. "Colonels got fine pitching from The conference season will be-1 Arn i e Atkins; who went 10 innings, :. /-. nvii ;. »ii..«,,i. ·"·"·",,, gri _ n , j.j nightcap victory. The Senators won the opener, 5-2. The Denver-at-Minneapolis contest was rained out. gin for BYU in Missoula against .ra K i Montana University Jan. 10. - Bun. ilelfand's ideas will get learing. careful _ K u r i l II- retrain II floitnn -- Wil»r.« S l u m IS-JI. l*trwt it W|th.nit("i Tuhl urn (7-Jl «l StoW: ( M i l . K i n v i l City II Baltimore ( f i « M I -- porlfKirrrn* (S-Sl 11. Johainn ( I I I . Tuesday's Results linn Cllj ** K» «"«-* S I Bill!-.'. I" S« 'I-'" » · t'rtin. Cormia (II ind Smith; 1/wi nil THindAi. lr.ll "'"£",,,., and n,i *« v» lat s--T II · t*1 NW «4 »--I I Pittsburgh into eighth place with a 5-J drcision over the Pirates. Lawrence, a 32-vcar-old r i g h t - ander, gave up a 20 Giant lead iefore Burgess w e n t to work on oser Ray Crone and tied it. Thr Iedlf£s c a l m r d down until the ninth, when reliever Al Worthing- on walked two to load the base;. Then came Klu. The Dodgers collected only [our hits themselves, two by Duke Snider, who walloped his ISth home nm in the first innin: before l.ew Burdette cJosed the door and retired 17 in a row. Snider also scored an u n e a r n e d run in thr ninth. McPevitt g a i n e d his second complete g a m e w h i l e giving up just four singles. He walked six, struck out su. Drepo Slams 1th Homir Walt Dropo. who hit eight homr M'i«a»t«»~- -- -- -. M n .SM Larr. Gn ( I I . f o j t i r * Clfverffr (I) N*w lath Motl and Mio»; H i . Orrtt* ( I I anil · k (». tirt 111. Slutft ( l e i and Wilidai Bar runs all last season, walloped his N , w -,,,_, ninth of '57 with a nun on in the lecord AST.f.l.I, N e l l i * I.. A n _ f l l of n o r t h r a i t cf r,rf,l.-\. M n l l i r r cf H r l c r \ V i l k l r . n i : i ' n f l . e » l « t o n . M»lr.e. \\'.ijr.e \V. \ \ i l k i n - o n r f ( l i f t - l^y.'n'nl .In'.Tl T. Wllklr.*"ll ot H a l l s ' . T r t : M t r r nf li I. F t l l l v i l l of lxi« A r j e l n . ('.ill'. K v e l t n C a m p l\.ulllolome« ot Wnrjand. \Vjei. M a r I l l t k l i n c ef K M n M t n r z . F.!il» I i u r r r . w t ef Loit I I I 1 U . C a l i f , a n d ArrM» I l i r k l l n t e,f f . i f e l e y . Ten t r a n i i i h l l c i r f n anil t i v f rreat r r a n r t i M K U r n -al'o *ur- rive. F t r \ U " J p i n . T t i u r s day. S«cord Kur.fral Hnnir. Int e r m r n t «- 1tin Pacific Coast Race Tightens By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Pacific Coast League pen seventh inninz to break up D a v e nant chase is so tight Wednesday;Sister's 3-hit shutout durl w i l h ! it s q u e a k s . I Boh K e c g a n . The Chicago right- The I/is Angeles Angels toppled .hander w e n t all the w a y w i t h a Ihe league leading San Francisco 6-hitter, g i v i n g up Ho'.tnn's run in Seals C-5 Tuesday night in a g a m e , t h e s e v e n t h as S a m m y White do-j- played under protest. Runnerup ,bled with two out and Norh Zau- Vancouver beat Portland 7-2 and chin blooped a pinch unglr to ccn- pullrd within one g a m e of the ter. Seals. Th, siith place Seattle 1 The I n d i a n s h a m m e r e d Tom Rainiers run only 4'i games off Sturdivant for a 8-2 lead in three the pace. ' ~ Seattle lost In 3rd place Holly- _. P* I I wood as Bennie Daniels 4 hitter K2CCDU r l f l h l A r led the Stars to a 3 2 triumph and UQijCl I l U l l l V l became the winningrst hurlrr in · ·* £iof the Month »?· » ttturdlvant. Ditmir Brrr*. Johntnn l . 000 ooo 2m-2 I · m* nM ...o-i t | NATIONAL LEAGUE w. L. r«-i. r,B Ji J? .S47 1 30 U **1 T^i :i JT .MI n itubuifs - M u m u ! i Wtdn«tdiy'« SehtduU riH«tivjr|h tt l h t - » i n J ' -- 1^« lH M Kltttf t i l l * »« Ifbo«iky (Ml unil · i t l o U k T I I I V N*w Yotk l O p c i n n n H f i i « M r -- r^». i f t t » S t *t N u x h l l l t 2 4 fi-nr* 1 7 ^ ' » » Tr«*DMdlf »1 1'. !^ii»d.:rii» »t si. t^un m|hn -- immotii (H-li *t L. McD»m*l (T I). Tutidiy't Rtwlts ·Hl.V.rifc 7«l *"· ·!*-* 11 I h k l | » *VI 1*1 I r i f p d . Kin I (T). ArTM»« l l »fil Toi \t.*ti. H H l m i n (I Low Bids Announced on Animal Disease Lab al Fort Collins FORT COLLINS, Colo. OP -- The State Board of Agriculture Tuesday announced apparent low bids totaling $250,190 for construction of an animal disease isolation laboratory at Colorado State University. All bids are subject to negotiation to bring cost of the project within the {200.000 of state and federal funds budgeted. The architect, James M. Hunter of Boulder, told the board he thought the cost eould be brought close to avail able fands through elimination or revision of some features. The apparent low bids included: R. T. Bickhard Construction Co. Denver, $174,732 for general construction: Johnson A Dvis Plumbing and Heating Co., Denver, $65.- SOS for mechanical work; Fort Collins Electric Co., $10.150 for electrical work. Stale Employes To Gel Wage Increases Friday and Monday _ _ DENVER Hi -- Colorado stale i?'i'i«'i"in'"iM'!it^ employes are going to get pay ,«...,_, i ,[checks Friday and Monday con- Pueblo Ordnance Work Bids Opened Tuesday DENVER * -- L. R. Foy Construction Co., of Hutchinson, Kan., was the apparent low bidder Tuesday for building a maintenance shop, warehouse and boiler house addition at the Pueblo Ordnance Dept Nine bids were submitted with two schedules for each bidder. The Foy company bid 11,713,197 on schedule 1 and JI.S93.622 on Schedule 2. There were minor differences in fpecifications in the two schedules. Newstrom Davis 4 Co., Denrer, bid 11,722,318 and Jl.720.318, and C. H. Leadell t Co.. El Paso. Tex., bid $1,737.867 and $1.742,017. The Army Corps of Engineers estimate was $1.639.752 for Schedule 1 and $1.708.142 for Schedule 2 Besides the buildings the work calls for utilities, railroad sidings and othci work. A contract will be awarded by ilie regional office of the Corps of F.njineers in Omaha, Neb., and the work will take about one year. victory enabled both teams to move up half a game in the standings. AmariVlo and Colorado Springs also played a doubleheader with the 2-nd place AmariHo Gold Sox dropping both games. 6-3 and 103. The double loss made Amarillo the only team to drop back in the standings. Young Joe Schaffernoth pitched a 10 2-3-ining relief game to gain the victory for Des Moines. Schaf- fernoUi, 19, came on with one out ir the first inning ifter starter Chuck Cottier was stricken with a muscle spasm in his neck. The youngster scattered eight hits and struck out 11. Pitcher Ron Sheetz, also hurling in relief, scored the winning run for Lincoln as he got on with a double the, seventh and then came home on Willie Melendei' single. The loss was Sioux City's sixth straight. Albuquerque's Dukes rallied for two runs in the seventh inning of the first game at Pueblo. Both teams collected a total of only seven hits in the 7-inning opener. In the nightcap, Puebla broke a 2-2 tie in the sixth with a double by Dick Tracewski and a single by Bob Yoder. The Dodgers added Rubendall with (I Is Medalist Br JIM HARPSTI* COLOBADO SPRINGS l* -- A pair of sleader, par-busting eoue- iians led field of M into the 'irst round of matched play Wednesday In the 60tt annual NCAA -olf championships, «!· irijy ihi scene of sparkling performances. The list cf coaUstanU was completed Wednesday morning wtea II golfers, all tied with IMs. staged a sudden-death playoff for six spots needed to fill out tht 64 finalists. Lanky Roger Rubendall of WU-_ consin, the former Big Ten eham-' pion and son of a Frteport, 1U, :lub professional, and Warren Simmons, 19-year-old, Syracuse University Junior, bettered par by two strokes over the 8,897-yard Broadmoor course Tuesday for iredalist honors and the co-favorites' role in the meet which endl Saturday. Rubendall was tied for 10th and virtually ignored is Simmons flashed around the course in t record 69 Monday. But he came out of nowhere and sliced four strokes off par Tuesday with t , remarkable 68. With i 74-68-142 he tied Simmons' 99-73--142 and wi» 1 huvy favorite Wednesday to beat San Jose State's Jim Dark IB his open- ' ing-round test. Simmons wai matched agtinst Ernie George, also of San Jose. The dramatic finislf came In the team championship race, won by defending titlist Houston, which placed three players among the 18 qualifiers. Stanford led by one stroke with Houston's Jim Hiskey approaching; the 15th tee. Then teammate Frank Wharton caught Hiskey and told him the situation -- that Hiskey needed pan all the way to give his team ths title. The crew-cut kid did it, narrowly missing a birdie-1 en the final hole, and Houston finished with 602 strokes to Stanford'i 603. One of the early qualifiers tnd a darkhorse contender, Jim Bernard of Arizona State, left Wednesday for ris Westboro, Mass., home where he must start a summer | job Thursday. An ex-GI ant! quar- erfinalist S the British Open four years ago, Bernard had a 74-73-.47. good for a fourth-place til with Houston's Wharton. t h r Iticut, 1° victwifs to 2 The TwinVt ire 2^i gim Jim ( M u d r i t ) fir«nt of S*n D i f g n I h f f w * 2 hit 60 shutnut it li*t ;«I»ce Sicrimrnln. Thf P«- i1rr«. in fourth, t r a i l thr SfaU hy only S v i sirnrs and the AngcU arr" just four cimes back. i mil Kut. Wvi- nl *ur|f». N K W YORK r - l l o g a n ( K i d ) Basse), ' h e n e w l y crowned f e a t h e r w e i g h t c h a m p i o n and the first Nigerian to hold a world boxing title. Wednesday was named Ring m a g a n n e ' s "Fighter nf the Month," 1,900 Marines To Be in Proxirnily of taining their new pay raises--in time for Fourth of July outingi. State Controller James A. Noonan said the checks are being processed as rapidly as verifications are received from the Civil Service Commission. He said it apparently will he imposs'Me for all employes to get them Friday. three runs in the seventh and three more in the eighth. Colorado Springs' victories were the second and third straight over the Amarillo Gold Sox and the double b l o w dropped Amarillo m game behind Topeka. Al Stringer and Gene Sheets each got tour for five for Colorado Springs in the second game. Honlanan Rules School Can Control Joyriders at Lunch and Recess HELENA * -- Can a school regulate its car-driving students who joy ride at lunch and recess? Yes, in Montana, says its at- .orney general. The question was raised . by Supt. Herbert J. Goeti at Ennis, on his hands. AdditioniSy, irisur- ince firms who handle school pol- cies covering youngsters from home doorstep to doorstep are known tc be concerned over the pro'uiera. Authorities concede this joyriding is a national tte.i-age problem. Well Water Board To Meet July 12 DENVF.R m -- Colorado's Un derground Water Commission will meet at the State Office Building July 12 for ita first meeting for the transaction of business. The only previous session wai an or Thr checks w i l l contain t h e ! sanitation meeting. John Cuyken employe's pay increase for M a y ' d a l i of Rojsen is commission as well as for June. I chairman. ,, r , | A Ring m a g a n n e ' s "Fi.hter M t h e . ATOMIC TEST SITE. Xev. U Ike Gels in 9 Month ·· wt " n ihf TM» i « ion "' iht *«' ihf i . r i, Bassey's knockout of the favored , summer lest series is fired at 4 : 4 J ; HOleS 01 UOII Cherif Hamla In their title fijht a m. Thu-sday there will be 1.900 Monday also dropped the French- ,U. S. M a r i n e s stationed in trench- WASHINGTON l» - President! man to Ihe role of No I contend-! es 4,OoO yards from Ground Zero. Eisenhower got in nine holes of er as Xfw York' Re Chestnut Immed.ately after Ihe shot is ................. s ----- - --------- - goi, between showers Tuesday a t 1 climbed to second wuh his vie- A Better MEMORIAL ot LOWER PRICES the Burning Tree Country Cluh in tory o v e r Kid A n a h u a c o n e a r b y Maryland. fired from a 100 foot tower at Yucca Flat some of the Marines will Among Ihe h e a v y w e i g h t s R o y | m n v e tnv.anl Ground Zero while Harris' defeat of W.llie Pastrana others will he carried In 32 trans- Alphp-i-e H a l i m l the French-AI- moved Ihe Cjt and Shoot. T e i . , p o r t helicopters from trenches to gerian who holds Ihe world'-t ban- lad into sixth place behind C h a m - . l a n d i n g rones, from where they tamjwlght boxing title, hn won|pioa Floyd Patterson. Pastranoi«Tll n i n e u v e r toward naulattd evenj pro bout he foutht. 'diped frnm No. 3 to No. 5 I CLOSED For Vacation July 1st to Aug. 1st Branca's Little Italy 1502 9th Are. Telephont 4113 Rice Trackman Wins Despite One Forearm _______ m HOUSTON, Tex. I* -- Running 440 yards in 48J seconds and broad jumping 24 feet 3'4 Inches would be considered good for anybody. But in the ease of Leonard Fawcett U borders on the unusual. This 18-year-old Rlci Institute freshman has only one forearm. He made those marks in the freshman division of the Southwest Conference track and field meet and is considered one of the finest cinder path prospect! in Texas. At the age of three Leonard caught his left arm in a clothei wringer. It was badly mangled. The arm was amputated just below the elbow. But it never bothered Fawcett much. He excelled in athletics, playing high school football, basketball and baseball and running on the track. He eould catch passes as well as anybody, handle a basketball expertly and throw strikes from the outfield t« the plate. He also was good tennis player. Fawcett was state schoolboy champion in the broad jump with 23 feet 11 inches, and Rice naturally wanted him. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Actress Pier Angeli Settles Suit Against Western Airlines LOS AKGELES * - Aetren Pier Angeli. wife of singer Vie Damone, said Tuesday she has settled her personal injury suit asainst Western Air Lines for $41.000. Miss Angeli had sued for S20S.* 410 as the result of an accident on Feb. X, 1953. CENTENNIAL Opans Jun* 291 Op*U.i F.*wrt-UninON HANCtCAf Jwly 4-CCN7INNIAI R A C E Tcndayi thru Saturdays t Paradt to Pott 1:30 PAR/.MUTUEIS-QU/N/EIAS In ADVANCE ICSKVATIONS rr,o»W 4-2M1 · Milti l««lk ·! Oi«Tlr a M_|liw*_r (I t Unlit**

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