Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 26, 1957 · Page 30
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Nine Greeley Youths Qualify for U.S. Roller Championships The Big One by Pap' Bill Loes Earns Pay FT. WORTH. Tex. - Nine Grec- If}- skaters nullified (or the UniM fitslfi roller Baling rii«m-. n . ... D . . pionihips July H-M at Oakland'!' KfltSC WIlll DalliniOre Convention hall. TJie Greek/ froup will be leaded by (jary Wallace and Janet Hoke. Tbe two youths Monday added second places in juvenile singlet to their lict o[ first places in the Midwest regional championships here. Wallace will compete in the juvenile .figures, pairs and singles and in juvenile C boys' racing it Oakland. Miss Holt* will compete with Wall; 1' pionships in juvenile C girls' racing and juvenile singles. BALTIMORE - Broadway' BBly Loes, his promising pitching! career apparently doomed by a: sore arm at (he aje ot 2fl, is bid- 1 ding for "comeback-oMhe-year" i honors a year later as !he ace o f ' (he Baltimore Orioles. j The sometimes-eccentric right- \ hander hurled one of the best games of his career Tuesday night as he blanked Kansas City" 5-0 on three singles. He pitched perfect Wallace in juvenile pairs. She also!bail for 5 1-3 innings and wound ualified for the. American cliam- up facing only Iwo'balu-rs more Jenn Carlson qualified in three tvenU: junior girls' racing, senior ladies' relay and senior mixed relay. Larry Mueller will enter two events at Oakland: junior pairs with Sally Crawford and senior raked relay. Miss Crawford will also compete in juvenile A girls' racing. HarJess Monica] qualified in intermediate ladies' racing, senior ladies' relay and senior mixed relay. Others headed to Oakland are Larry Gillespie, senior mixed relay; Alois Carlson, senior ladies' relay, and Annette Gettman, sen' lor ladies' relay. I Sport Shorts | BOSTON, Mass. IB -- Paper Tiger, a 6-year-old son of the famed Stymie, will attempt to- duplicate his daddy's feat of winning the ;50,000-added Massachusetts Handicap Wednesday at Suffolk DOH'OJ, Eleven stars from Lhe handicap ranks were entered for the mile and one quarter Massachusetts, one of the major stakes events of Ihe Boston season. Paper Tiger, the probable favorite, will be ridden by Conn Me- Creary, who piloted Stymie in many of his greatest races a decade ago including i victory in 1 the Massachusetts in 1847. Mrs. Etnel D. Jacobs of New York, wife of trainer Hirs'ch Jacobs, owns Paper Tiger, who will pack.119 pounds. She also owned Stymie. ' LOS ANGELES Ifl - Joe Rivers, the man who came close to winning Ad Wolgast's world lightweight boxing title in a famous double-knockdown fight, will be buried Saturday. The oldtimcr died of a cerebral hemorrhage Tuesday. He wai 65 and had been ill for months. The Rivers-Wolgast fight was al the old Vernon Stadium here July 4, 1912. For 12 rounds "Mexican Joe" had the best of it. In the 13th Rivers let go 'a terrific left lo Wolgast's stomach, but at the same instant" Wolgast hit Rivers with a walloper to the midsection. Rivers slumped to the canvas. His manager, Joe Levy, screamed "foul." Wolgast fell on top of Riv- trs. Wolgast tried to get up but couldn't. Rivers was pinned to the floor. The crowd was in an uproar. Referee Jack Welch suddenly hauled Wolgast up, held him, counted Elvers out and helped Wolgast to his corner. Wolgast twice fell off the stool In the cor- Uian Ihe minimum. He threw oolyj 88 pitches. j The performance came several! hours after the Orioles had an-1 nounced a $1,000 raise lor Loes on his 1957 conlracl. Loes struck out six and didn't j walk a nan as he won his ci«hih I game of the season while com- i pleting nine innings for the f i f t h ! time in 10 tries. He has lost only three and his earned run averajc for 78 2-3 innings stands at 2.63. Aaron Advises Kids To Work on Weaknesses Major League Minoso Beat Curve Ball By Practice By MINNIE MINOSO CHICAGO on -- Try to swing only .t good Pilches. And when you get Lhe chance, walch the op- ppsing pitcher and every opposing hitter. You must also listen to somebody lo learn a lot about hitting. That's B good thing to do even if you have the ability. The curve ball used to bother me. Now I hit the curve ball better than the' fast ball. That's because 1 worked on hitting curve balls. In batting practice I asked everyone to pitch me the curve ball. 'Curve ball, curve ball,' I used to Uy TIIC ASSOCIATED rHESB A M L K 1 C A N LEAC.Ut BATTING I1M fll h a u l -- Mintlp. N?w York. .384; Wllliama. Bnaton, .361; Boyd, nnllimore, .350 HL'NB - Manllt, Neu- York, 60; Williams, Boston. 17: Pienzll. Batton. Smith. Cleveland and Sievprs, WajhlnHlon, 42 RUNS BATTED IN -- Sievcrs. Wuh- iflfton. 53; Mantle, New York, 51; Skowron. New York. 50. HITS -- .MalJODi Rocky ~Casfellani, Boyd Tangle Tonight CHICAGO i.-n -- Bobby Boyd of Chicago aiid Rocky Castellani ol Cleveland, a couple of middleweights who have scon better days mcerin a ID-round bout at Chicago Stadium Wednesday night. The fight, sponsored by the In- Boston «nd Mutie, | (ei'jiatJDDaj Boxing Club which was WHhinfun. "?D F ° X CWe ' S0 ' " : U m D m ; ordered to disband by a federal HOME RUNS - Mamie. New York, sis! judge in New York Mon'day, wUl WASHINGTON (fl -- Bob Feller's bonus when he signed with Cleveland, he told Congress Tuesday, was three autographed baseballs. The retired strikeout record holder, a p p e a r i n g before the House Antitrust Subcommittee, was asked whether he had been a "bonus baby," when he went direct lo Cleveland to start his baseb'U Lareer at 17. "I guess so.,',' Feller grinned^ "I got three autographed baseballs." WASHINGTON IB-Detroit Tigers Manager Jack Tighe, steam- Ing over six losses in seven starts, laid Tuesday his player; ire going lo "wake up and play the kind of ball they're capable of" or face i tiff fines. Tighe, in town wilh his lamed Tigers to begin a series Tuesday night with the Washington Senators, told a reporter he gave his players i dressing down after the Baltimore Orioles bumbled them Monday night, 6-0. CHICAGO HI -- Bobby Bragin, m a n a g e r of the Pittsburgh Pirates, was fined $50 Tuesday by National League President Warren C. Giles. The fine, Giles said, was levied for "bush league lactics" Bragan displayed before and after he wai banished by the umpires in the first game of a doubleheader last Sunday at Cincinnati. CLEVELAND (tf-A spokesman for the Cleveland Indians said Tuesday that Eddie Robinsoa will be cut from the club rosier lo make room for liril baseman Joe Allobelli, who was recalled from Columbus of the International League. Robinson joined Uie Indians Jfay 20 after h* had been released un- 'conditionally by Detroit earlier ia the season. He has been used mainly is a pinch hitter. Minnie Minoso say. I challenged the curve ball and, of course, when I knew it was coming I could hit it. That was in batting practice, but laler on in the American League games it paid off. In 1949, I had two dozen baseballs in Cuba. Two friends pitched to me for one month. After that the American League pitchers stopped throwing me the curve ball because I started hitting the curv« ball pretty good. EDITOR'S NOTE -- Minnie Minoso, Chicago White Sox outfielder, entered the 1957 season wilh a life time baiting average of .307, seventh best figure among , 19; Ternlal, Kansas CHy md Sicvera. Washington, 15. PITCHING (7 decisions) -- Shanlc. New York, 9-1. .900: Trucks, Kiniat Cily, 6-1, ,857; Donovan, Chicago. Bunnlm. DelrotL and Grim, iVe w York. 7-2, .778. . NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (150 BL bats) -- Mufiial, St. Louis. .359; Fotidy, Pitlsburfih. .351; lloclecs, Brooklyn, .339, RUNS - - noblnson, Cincinnati and ClUceso, 44. RUNS BATTED IN - Aaron, Milwaukee, tt: MusiaL. SL. Louis, 54; IJofti. CinclnneU. 47. HITS -- Aaron, Milwaukee. 93; Echoen- dlenal, Milwaukee, S3; Mufiial, SL Loulj. 19. HOME HUNS -- Aaron, Milwaukee, 19: , ^usinl, 51. I-ouls. 16; Snider. Bruoklyn, { PITCHING (7 decisions) -- "sanrort, Philadelphia, 9-1, .900; Schmldl. Sl.Louis, 6-1, .B57; Buhl, Milwaukee, B-2, .SCO. bo televised nationally (ABC-9 p.m. EST). Both Boyci and CaslcU.ini at one time or another were ranked No. 1 contenders in their division. Boyd, however, suffered a broken jaw against Joey Giardello last full. Since then he has won three straight and takes a 43-7-2 record against Castellani. Boyri, 23, i s - a 7-5 favorite over the 30-year-old Clcvelander who has a 64-11-4 record. BY HANK AARON MILWAUKEE * -- To besio wilh. choose a bat and a bat'Jr? stance ihst fed comfortable. If .rou're nol loose and comfortable at the start, how can you expect to be when the ball is heading taivard Ihc piaicf Take all Ihc baiting practice you can p e t . Never pass up a chance to lake a few culs. If you are fortunate enough to live in a 'v a ar - round warm climato like I do, work on your hitlinp. in the winter months, tno. Don'l hcsitalo lo nsk your Irani- irate, or whoever hnpppns to be the balling practice pitcher, to throw Ihc pitch you feel is your weakness. For example, I find it helps mo, if I havo five practice swings, lo a?k for Hirer fast h.ilU and two curves. In oilier words, lell the pitcher to mix iliL'm ui. A n v time you fiel up there, work on your weakness, Even up here In the major leagues you'll find player? who ask (he practice pitcher to throw nolhinp, bul fast halls. These player* look good in pniclicp, 1ml during Hip panic when they'll sec curves and changeups and sliders they don't look good a( a l l . Another thing, try lo learn lo liil lo the opposite field. Nol all [he time, bul at Icfist n couple of imes during each practice session, [f you are a riRhthandert bailor like f am hit the outside ball lo riph(. Oflen you, can do this wilh a slider that is down and out. Thai's a tough pitch to pull. By learning to hil lo Hie opposite field, you'll keep (he ria- 'ensc honest. They won't be able o ovcrshifl on you like (hey do on Ted Williams and our own Eddie Mathcws. Eddie is a pull hillcr, but le has been working on hilling lo Ihe opposite field and he's had success nt it. It's important to keep your eye on the pilchcr and try to follow the ball at least half way from the mound. Concentrate up there. Don'l be bothered by anyone or anything. Find out which pitch is Festival of Golf SHAWNEE-on-DELAWARE, Pa. UP)--The Festival of Golf, during which a professional plays with three members of his home club, 'will be held at the Shawnee Country Club, July 11-14. Among the top pros invited by Shawnee pro Harry Obitz, are former U. S. Open champion Johnny Farrell, former Maslers champion Claude Harmon, former PGA and Maslers lillist Henry Picard and H a r o l d Smith, former Masters winner. Smilh will come east from the · Detroit Country Club while Picard conies on from 'Canterbury in Cleveland. the active American Leaguers. He was sixth in the league in 1956 with .316, hit 21 homers and had 88 runs balled in. [ Sporis Shoris [ BT THE ASSOCJATED PRESS GOLF COLORADO SPRINGS -- Former Big Ten Champion RoRer Rubendall ot Wisconsin, .with lour birdies (md 14 pars tor B 4-under-par 68, scL a new Brondm source record and Lied vllh Warren Sim- of Syracuse (or Lop honors In tie NCAA ChampionBhlps. OuLer Space (S3.101 won the mile and a sixteenth Overbrook Purse al Belmont Part by three It BOSTON -- Fiddler's CM ($24.40) romped Lo a one length victory In Lhe featured 53,000 ,Eastern Puree at Sullolk STANTON. Del. -- Cloud Nine (55.W) won, Delaware Parks featured Hoselown Purst after V. S. 0. P.. who finished three quarters of · length ahead u ai disqualified. OCEANPOHT, TV'. J. -- Dur Danes fSSJ came from \ast to win Lhe 16,000 featured race at Monmouth Parh by three lengths. CHICAGO -- Our Holiday (S7-20) won i throe-quarter lenfflh decision In a drelch battle with Ralhcram la take Uie 55,0000 Ardcn Shores Purse at Arlington Park. INCLEWOOD, Calif. -- Hoop Ban S2.90), wilh Willie Shoemaker in I illks. won the featured Slo.000 race _ Hollywood Park In a glorlouj day o racLnfi for the faraoui jockey which him bring Ln five \rinners. TVednesdav, June 26, 1957 GHEELEY THIBU.VE Page 15 Henry Aaron Ihc pitcher's best. Then you can marc or less sel yourself for it. 1 When you have a count of 3 and 12 or 0 and 2, protect that plate. : Don't look for a parliculir pitch when you fire behind t!ic pitcher · on the count. Just try to meet the ibsl! and gel a piece of it. Sometimes all you nood is a piece of i the ball lo ucL Hie lul that can win | a light game. (EDITOR'S NOTE--Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Braves' right fielder, has a .310 b a t t i n g average for thrcs years in the National League, rank- jiiig him third behind"Slan Musial . a n d nichie Ashhurn. He led (lie !league last year with .328.) TUESDAY'S FIGHTS 1)7 THE ASSOCIATED 1MIE5S OAKLAND. Cillf. - Leo Alonio, I3SII. 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