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The Missoulian from Missoula, Montana • 6

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Th Dally Mtssoullan, Saturday, 23, 1 960 Tigers Edge White Sox Giants Slam Chicago Cubs National League CHICAGO (AP)-An ill wind Baseball Fans Greet Jacks At Welcome Home Party; First Game Will Be Sunday American League DETROIT (AP) A record opening -day crowd of 53,563 jammed Briggs Stadium Friday as the Detroit Tigers edged the Chicago White Sox 6-5 on a two- Sport Jabs A Good Fight Would Go Good Here By Ray T. Rocene With the aftermath of the Bozeman title battle what it is, it is to be hoped that a good Centennial fight show is arranged for Missoula this summer, the sports fans hungry for a professional show of high class. You should have seen how they flocked to Bozeman. blew plenty good Friday for the San Francisco Giants, who slammed five homers in spoiling the home debut of the Chicago Cubs, 10-8. out, ninth inning single by Lou NATIONAL Berberet.

Han Fran, ab bl Oilcaro Blangme 2b ef 2b 3 2 0 0 4 2 2 3 Ashburn T.Taylor The chunky catcher lined one of Bob Shaw's pitches into center 5 0 3 2 3 111 If Banks i Thomas Altman lb ab bl 10 10 5 0 10 4 2 10 5 2 2 3 3 12 1 10 11 0 10 0 10 0 0 3 110 10 12 4 0 10 5 0 0 0 4 12 d-Avertll field with the bases loaded. The hit scored Al Kaline from third base and provided Detroit with its first opening day triumph at home since 1954. e-Drake Dernert Davenport 3b Maya cf McCovey lb Cepeda If Klrkland rf Bressoud la Wilson a-Long Schmidt h-Pagan Landnth Jones Missoula baseball far greeted the Timberjacks of 1960 Friday night at the annual welcome party at the Moose Hall and heard Manager Joe (Rocky) Tedesco talk about prospects of his contenders. Rocky introduced each of his players, who had previously met the fans while in a receiving line. Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock the Jacks play the University Cubs, weather permitting, at Campbell Park, after twice downing that club 17-3 and 10-4.

And Saturday evening the entire squad leaves for Idaho Falls to open the season against the Russets Sunday. Manager Tedesco said that the battery would be Maly, pitching, and Maley, catching, no relation, their names not spelled the same, lb L.Johnson rf f-Moryn rf 4 2 2 1 10 0 0 1113 10 10 0 10 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tbrb bi Detroit ab a bl 3b Anent the cry that there should be no drawi in a championship bout: Under the 10-point must method of judging, there Is no supplemental system. A judge scores each round as he sees it, and at the end of the fight totals up the points for each fighter. If they come out even, that's that. A judge can't change the totals for any one round just to make one fighter or the other come out ahead.

Chiracs Aparicio Fox 2b Zimmer Rice b-Will Neeman 4 0 1 Vost 3b 4 112 20 1l 3b 50 10 SOO 0 Maxwell It 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 Kaline cf 4 2 2 0 3 11 OEolavlto rf 5 12 2 Miller 0 0 0 0 Hobble Bob Bedard was master of ceremonies, Mayor Walter Cash spoke words of welcome after Ed Dus-sault and Charley Pride had war bled the ancient baseball song, "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." Later Pride entertained with his guitar and story telling. President Nick Mariana spoke briefly about the coming season and introduced George P. Dahl-berg, Montana State University athletic director, all of the members of the Timberjack business and working staff and the promoters who are coming with a May attraction at the ballpark. Manager Tedesco commented briefly on the showing of bis squad so far, said that if he gets good work out of four pitchers he will have a strong pennant contender, though he would like to have a southpaw slinger. He told a string of baseball stories to the amusement of the audience, commented on the squad showing in Tampa practice games and spoke about the automobile accidents the club had on the way north.

Buffet refreshments followed to conclude the evening. B.Johnson O'Dell Loes g-Marshall 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 11 10 0 0 10 0 0 110 0 I 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 12 8 5th: 3 1 2 liBtllto lb Sill 3 0 0 1 i-Groth 0 0 0 0 c-Noren Elston ll-flchult 10 10 Antonelll 2 1 1 0 Harris lb 0 0 0 0 Mmoso If Klszwski lb frees 3b Lollar Smith rf Landis cf Donovan a-McAnany Garcia Baumann s-Hicks Shaw 2 11 1 Pernandea ss 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -Cash 10 0 0 Anderson Totals Wilson In Totals a Hit 36 10 13 101 homer for Grounded out for Rice In 6th; Struck out for B. Johnson In 6th; Sineled for with Shepherd, Tovar, Gill and 0 0 0 03erberet 4 12 1 0 0 0 O'Sunnlng 10 0 0 10 0 OjVguirre 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-Chrisley 10 0 0 HiBler 0 0 0 0 jB-Lindbisck 0 0 0 0 Altman In 7th; Ran and scored for Averlll In 7th; Doubled for L. Johnson in 7th; Safe on fielder's choice for Loes in 8th; Ran and scored for Schmidt In 8th 8 Fouled out for El Bruce 0 0 0 0 korgan 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 5 1 4'Totali 31 10 a struck out for Donovan in eth; Struck out for Aguirre In 6th; Plied ston in 8th. San Francisco 001 051 02110 Tedesco in the infield, Umberg, Barnes and Panaro in the outfield.

Kohlwes will throw his fast ball against Idaho Falls Monday night. Tuesday the Jacks will be back home to open the season, with John Ivory Smith slated to pitch the home opener against Idaho Falls. Chicago 003110 3008 taawie4ti HtJtn tarn "iraaflsMliiSTii i out for Baumann In 8th: Ran for Hobble, Rice. Wilson, Oernert, Davr enport. PO A San Francisco 27-15; Chi Bilko 8th; Walked for Bisler in 8th Fouled out for Fernandez In 9th.

cago 27-11. DP T. Taylor. Banks and Chicago 010 310 0005 Detroit 020 0 001 Altman; Bressoud, Blasingame and McCovey; Banks, T. Taylor and Altman.

LOB San Francisco 10; Chicago 8. Sisler. PO A Chicago 26-10, Detroit Montana Grizzlies Bill Anderson, distance runner, Ken Wersland, weight tosser, and Ken Nelson, runner, will face Western Montana Bulldogs in track meet here this afternoon. 2b Klrkland, Mays 2. Morvn.

3b L. 27-12. DP-Fox, Aparicio and Kluszewski; Fernandei and Bilko. LOB Chicago 8, ueirou vi. (Two out when winning run Johnson; T.

Taylor. HR Davenport 2, Thomas, McCovey, Long, Altman. Bressoud. SB Mays, Klrkland. Davenport 2, Ashburn, Jones.

Dog Training Session Sunday Phillies Down acored 9th). 2, Aparicio, Kaline. HR Colavlto, Yost, Bilko. 8 Lollar, Aguirrt, Fernandei. BF Smith.

Yankees Blank Baltimore 5-0 Silvertips Lose In Golf, Tennis Cincinnati SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Utah The Bozeman scrap was supposed 10 nave Decn Rocene the ninth championship match which Harry Kcs-sler of St. Louis refereed but he acted most of the time like it was his first effort anywhere in the ring. And the boxing commission chief was even more confused in actions after the fight, which ended completely, totally and forever when Announcer Bob Gilluly told of the draw. That was it. All of which doesn't remove the fact that it was a whale of a rowdy, nasty, bloody scrap and that Fullmer was not entitled to the long odds he had before the gong.

Question has been raised as to the big game regulations opening part of Missoula County In the Swan River drainage to hunting of elk next Sept. IS. Definite information is lacking here as to exact wording of the regulation, as to whether it will afford equal opportunity to all hunters. Fishing Licenses, Regulations Montana anglers must have the new 1960 licenses in possession on May 1 and thereafter, and they have been received here along with the fishing regulations for the coming year, which are changed but little from last year. New fishing season general opening is May 22, but there are exceptions.

Open June 19 will be streams, lakes and rivers of the Clearwater drainage upstream from fish barrier below Rainy Lake, the South Fork of the Flathead and its tributaries, the tributaries of the North Fork and Middle Fork of the Flathead River, and the Jocko River and its tributaries above the mouth of the South Fork of the Jocko. On June 26 Georgetown Lake will open. Western Montana Fish and Game Association membership has now passed 2,600 and is still growing, says Bill Burgess, membership chairman, who is intent on keeping the campaign moving as close to 3,000 as possible. President Bill Bush of the WMFGA asks all members who can to join in the Seeley Lake country lost man hunt. First major bowling tournament to be held on Missoula alleys was rolled in 1920 on the old Rochester alleys operated by Jimmy Piquett on West Main Street, the Montana Men's tournament attracting strikers here.

polished off Montana in Skyline Conference golf (15V2-2V2) and ten NEW YORK (AP) Whitey PHILADELPHIA (AP) Ace right-hander Robin Roberts threw two home balls Friday jighi, but still won his first game in three starts as Philadelphia defeated Cincinnati 10-7. I'ord maintained his opening day nis (7-0) Friday and the visitors mastery as the New York Yan Bulldogs Meet Silvertips In Track Meet Track and field season opens for Montana Grizzlies this afternoon at Dornblaser Field when they meet Dillon Bulldogs in that sport for the first time in a score of years. Field events start at 1:30, the first race is at 2. Dillon Bulldogs opened their season by defeating Ricks College 72Mt to 52 didn't win a contest. Golf results: Brian Goldsworthy 3, Ted Hodg kees blanked the Baltimore Orioles 5-0 Friday before 35,645 spectators, largest inaugural crowd at Yankee Stadium since 1952.

Cincinnati ab bl Philadelphia abrhbl 5 12 liDel Greco cf 4 2 10 es Jim Ellsworth 3, Jim Bryn-gelson Larry Stowe 2, Ray Baltimore Vew York ab bl Maidment Mike Merback 2, 4 2 3 1 3 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 4 0 12 2 0 12 Richardsn 2b 3 0 0 0 ab bl 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 10 3 111 1110 Lopez If iHunt If Bill Hodges Tennis results: 4 12 1 Callison rf-lf 5 0 10 Dark 3b 5 12 2 Herrera 2b 5 2 3 0 Bouchee lb 4 0 3 2 Anderson If 4 0 0 0 b-Walters rf 4 111 Koppe ss 0 0 0 0 Coker 111 OiRoberts While dogs have been used for hunting since the Stone -Age, training them for the hunter and field trialer is comparatively recent. Thirty years ago this Dec. 21, a small group of retriever people met on Long Island and conducted the first official field trial in the United States, These 30 ensuing years have witnessed a tremendous growth in enthusiasm for retrievers, both for hunting and field trials throughout the entire country. This year there are 113 scheduled licensed field trials in the United States. This does not include the national championship trials.

The growth and strength of the retriever groups of the west is rather surprising to other sections of the country that have a much longer history of field trial participation. For instance, the Western Montana Retriever Club is only in its sixth year of licensed trials. In spite of this short history, a great deal has been accomplished. This is due to a spirited membership, unafraid of hard work, who are dedicated to the idea of developing the best dogs in the country. 1110 By JOY LUNDRIGAN The Western Montana Retriever Club will conduct its third field dog training session Sunday at Fort Missoula at 9 a.m.

The area will be in the field directly west of the Trap and Skeet Clubhouse. Anyone owning a retriever, or interested in that type of dog work, will find the classes both interesting and rewarding. A matine trial will follow at 10 o'clock. Retriever owners should understand that the lesosns are given only during the spring. This enables the hunter to practice with his dog during the summer, what he learned in the spring, and so be able to have him working by hunting season.

If the classes were delayed until later in the year, it would rush the dog too much for fall work. Good dog work is by design, not accident. A dog which marks the "fall' of a bird, uses the wind, follows a strong cripple, and will take directions from his handler, is of great value. The function of a retriever is to seek and retrieve fallen game when ordered to do so. Accurate marking is of great Mantle cf 2 2 10 10 0 OjMarls rf McMillan ss Pinson cf Bell If Robinson lb Gonzalez rf Bailey Martin 2b Kasko ss Hook Nuxhall Brosnan a-Lockman Osteen c-Walls Lawrence d-Lynch 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 lb 3 10 0 4 0 12 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hy Saunders def.

Mike Hogarty 6-4, 6-4; Steve Morgan def. Don Hubbard 6-4, 6-3; Steve Bennett def. Carl Lerhkind 6-3, 6-2; Paul 0 0 0 0 Monday, showing considerable Gomez Carey 3b a-Boyer Kubek st Breeding 2b Brandt rf Woodling if Dropo lb d-Gntle lb Robinson 3b Trtandos Anderson e-Pore arson Ptcaro Tasby cf Hansen ss f-Pilarclk Wilhelni o-Courtney Totala 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 2 0 0 0 1 depth with Frank Cabbage mak ing a distance javelin flip. 3 0 2 2 3 110 0 1 1 10 0 0 iPord 10 10 Debry def. Steve Kirk 6-3, 6-1; rerry Officials for the meet include Richard Nordland def.

Bill Cor 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 rt 40 7 IS 7 Lou Hartseil, starter; Clarence ette 6-1, 6-1. Saunders-Morgan def. Wieand Totals Totals 30 10 10 8 Coyle, judge of finish; Jiggs Dahl- 2 0 2 0 10 35 0 8 Ol Total Hogarty-Hubbard 11-9, 6-4; Wes 30 5 I Howell-Bob Walkineshaw def. berg, head timer: Al Stone, reteree; Charles Hertler, clerk of course; out for a Struck Carey In 2nd; Wllhelm In 7th; Grounded Singled for out for Ford In 7th; Struck out for Dropo in 8th; Grounded out for An Kirk-Corette 6-2, 6-2. BYU WINS PROVO, Utah (AP) The Brig.

and Jules Karlin, equipment in spector. Grizzly entries include: derson In 8th; Grounded out for Hansen in 9th. Baltimore 000 000 0000 100 Pat Dodson, Bill Matthews. New York 001 102 OH 5 rne lirst Montana women stale Dowiing tournament was held in ham Young University tennis team easily downed Montana 6-1 Missoula on the old Idle Hour alleys in 1928, the birth of an organize PO A Baltimore 24-12: New York 27-8. DP Hansen and Dropo.

LOB Baltimore 9. New York 5. 2b Dropo, Kubek. HR Mantle, Lopea. SB Mantle.

Richardson. tion which has developed immensely since. This year the women are 220 Dodson, Bill Walker. 440 Ken Nelson, Tom Simpson John Datsopoulos, Sterling yetz. steon, Walker.

High Hurdles-Ed Whitelaw. here Thursday. The results: Singles Richard Dixon (BYU) rolling at Havre in their state tourney. importance and it takes a lot of practice. In addition, the well trained dogj will sit quietly in the blind, huntj within range, walk at-heel, or as-: def.

Don Hubbard (MSU), 4-6, 6-3, Closest the Northwest Congress tournament has been to Missoula Hurdles Gordon Pagenkopf. 880 Bill Anderson, Phil Dwight, 6-3; Mike Hagarty (MSU) def OLIVETTI Printing Calculators THOMASES ANDERS CO. 5th Orang a Grounded out for Brosnan In 5th; Ran for Anderson in 5th; Singled for Osteen In 7th; Filed out for Lawrence in 8th. Cincinnati 201 Oil Oil 7 Philadelphia 403 021 OOx 10 None. PO A Cincinnati 24-12, Philadelphia 27-12.

DP Robinson, McMillan and Robinson; Dark, Herrera and Bouchee; Roberts, Koppe and Bouchee; McMillan, Martin and Robinson; Wieand, McMillan and Robinson. LOB Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 4. 2b Del Greco, Nuxhall, Bailey 2. Go-nalez, Dark. 3b Pinson, Coker, Robinson.

HR Robinson, Kasko, McMillan. SB Pinson. Callison. SF Pinson. Pirates Down Milwaukee PITTSBURGH (AP)-The Pittsburgh Pirates trimmed Milwaukee 6-2 Friday night behim1 the seven-hit pitching of Bob Friend.

Friend struck out eight and walked only one in picking up his second victory of the year compared to no defeats. Athletics Beat Cleveland 4-1 Gary Crandall (BYU) 3-6, 6-3, 9-7; sume any station designated by his handler until sent to retrieve. Marv Miller. Mile and Two-Mile Gary Wo jto wick. Art and Glynn DeVries.

Glen Meier (BYU) def. Carl Lerhkind (MSU) 6-2, 6-1; Tom Means (BYU) def. Steve Kirk (MSU) 6-3, KANSAS CITY (AP) Norm Pok Vault Chuck Nelson, Gerald 6-2: Brent Turley (BYU) def. Bill Robbins. Siebern and Bob Cerv hit consecutive home runs Friday and started the Kansas City Athletics to Broad Jump Bill Glasier, Jerry Corette (MSU) 6-2, 6-1.

Doubles Mel Bennett-Kirby Mc Bjork, Matthews. Games Today PROBABLE PITCHERS National League ward a 4-1 victory over the Cleve Javelin Wayne Finney, Mark Master (BYU) def. Bill Corette-Steve Kirk (MSU) 6-1, 6-3; Rich ALTHOUGH SOME. land Indians in this city's Amer Stewart, Hans Gudegast, Robbins ican League opening. High Jump Mike Baker, Gary PLUMBING OOESNT ard Dixon-Glen Meier (BYU) def.

Don Hubbard Mike Hagarty (MSU) 6-1, 15-17, 6-3. Cleveland Cincinnati (McLish 0-1) at Phil bl Kansas City Carlson. iTuttle cf SHOW YOU SET ab bl 4 0 0 0 4 12 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 adelphia (Buzhardt 0-1) i Shot and Discus Ken Wersland Lumpe 2b Milwaukee (Burdette 1-0) at WE FIX IT Temple 2b Dillard rf Tlefnhuer b-Hale Briggs Bauer rf Siebern lb Milwaukee ab bi Pittsburgh 3 1 1 and Harley Lewis. Western Montana entries will in ab bl 3 12 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 Bruton cf 4 12 0 Skinner It previously was at Spokane, which has had the classic eight times. Governor J.

Hugo Aronson, who was at Bozeman Wednesday night for a ringside seat at the Fullmcr-Giardcllo brawl, is to roll the first strike (we hope) at the Treasure State opening of the Northwestern International Bowling Congress tournament this afternoon. He will not be froze out this time as hewas when he opened the Pioneer League race in April, 1959, with the temperature at 35 above and the fans chilled to the bone in a 12-inning contest. During the next few days Missoula women go on strike at Poca-tello, Denver in the Women's International Bowling Congress and at Havre in the state games. Timberjacks will open here next Tuesday and play four straight games with Idaho Falls, an arrangement having been reached with Montana State University whereby the Montana-Brigham Young college games will be played as an afternoon double-header, leaving Campbell Park Field open for a night Pioneer League game Friday, April 29. John Ivory Smith, who has pitched in triple A and double A the last two seasons, is slated to sling the Tuesday night home opener, we hear.

In 1958 Ivory had a trial with the Cincinnati Redlegs after a good season at Savannah. The records do not show that he pitched In any major league games, however. Ivory Is 25 years old. Thrnbrry lb 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 Cerv if elude Sharn in the pole vault, Ben Bond cf Francona 4 0 11 4 0 10 4 111 KNOW Groat ss Clemente Stuart lb 3 12 0i if ic-Snyder If IChiti 4 0 2 1 3 0 11 5 110 5 2 2 2 3 110 2 111 3 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 I Mill -U -V 4 0 0 0 Hoak nett and Dunlap in the discus, Cabbage in the javelin, Miller in the hich lump. Varland in the Johnson 3b 3b 4 0 1 0 Smith 4 0 1 Ol 3 0 1 Oil 3 0 0 Oi 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Hamlin ss 4 0 1 OiCimoll cf American League Herbert Schndnst 2b Mathews 3b Aaron rf Adcock lb Spangler If Logan ss Lopata a-Lau Pizarro Jay Giggle b-Maye broad jump, Varland, Robinson, Nixon Power lb Held ss Phillips 3b d-Kuenn Hawkins Stigman a-Piersall rf Totals 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 Virdon cf Mazeroski 1 0 0 0: 10 10 2b 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 L.

Pet. G.B. 0 1.000 W. Detroit 3 Friend Pittsburgh (Daniels 0-0). San Francisco (Sanford 0-0) at Chicago (Drott 0-1).

Los Angeles (McDevitt 0-0) at St. Louis (Kline 0-0). American League Cleveland (Latman 0-0) at Kansas City (Hall 0-0). Chicago (Pierce 0-0) at Detroit (Lary 0-0). Boston (Brewer 0-1) at Washington (Pascual 1-0).

Baltimore (Coleman 0-1) at New York (Short 0-0). 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 01 32 1 11 Totals 2 4 7 4 New York In 6th; out for Sttgman a Grounded 1 0 0 0 0 0 34 2 7 2 Totals 31 6 9 McMalion Totals Struck out for Tiefenauer In 8th; Ran for Cerv In 8th; Grounded out Washington 3 2 3 2 1 1 for Phlllins In 9th. .750 .667 .600 .400 .333 .250 .000 1 1 2 2 3 Clereland 010 000 0001 Boston Kansas City Baltimore Kansas City 022 000 OOi 4 Selvig, Taylor and Nau in running events. Snow Delaying Track Meet At Great Falls GREAT FALLS (AP) Snow None. PO A Cleveland 24-13, Kan sas Cltv 27-15.

DP Hamlin, Lumpe and a Grounded out for Lopata In 7th; Grounded out for Giggie In 7th. Milwaukee 002 000 0002 Pittsburgh 201 300 OOx Schoendienst. PO A Milwaukee 24-14, Pittsburgh 27-10. DP Schoendienst, Logan and Adcock. LOB Milwaukee (, Pittsburgh 9.

2b Skinner, Groat, Smith. 3b Bruton, Smith. HR Aaron, Clemente. SF Hoak. Cleveland 0 Rlehnrn: Lumne.

Hamlin and Siebern 2 Lump and Siebern. LOB Cleveland 7, Kansas Citv S. National League W. L. Pet.

BB.B International Leagua Richmond 6, Toronto 3 Columbus 5, Montreal 2 2b Francona, Chltl, Bond, Nixon. 3b Frank Barnes, Jack outfielder, played in Class Northwest League lksxx phone L1 urn mm. San Fran 6 2 Pittsburgh 6 3 American Assn. Minneapolis 3, Dallas-Ft. Worth 0 Defeat Los Angeles 5 3 1 .750 .667 .625 .571 .375 .375 .286 ,286 has canceled a triangular Montana high school track meet in Great Falls.

Los Angeles Milwaukee 4 3 Cincinnati 3 5 Philadelphia 3 5 Cerv. HR Siebern, Cerv. SB Bond. 8 Hamlin. Boston Edges Senators 54 WASHINGTON (AP)-Vic Wcrtz slammed a home run into the left field stands Friday night to give Boston an 11-inning, 5-4 victory 3 3 3V4 314 The thinly clad youths of Mis HAVE AN EVEN, HEALTHY LAWN LIQUID FERTILIZER last year, hitting .269.

He would rather not play there again, so was assigned to Timberjacks. The entire Geneva infield which placed second in Class play last year moved here, Shepherd, Tover, Gill and Bissotti. also Pitcher Henry Maly, and Outfielder Harry Panaro. Outfielder Raymond Umberg stole 32 bases for Palatka Florida State League. Edward Maley caught for Palatka, a third place club (he is no relation of the pitcher with almost same name).

Pitcher Hugelmeyer twirled for Holy Cross in the NCAA tournament of 1958, turning in an especially fine performance against Southern California Trojans. Catcher Chuck Bennett was in 19 games for Tampa Florida State League in 1339. Catcher Tony Cannizzo, 25, had four hitches with Pocatello Pioneer League and did some fancy batting Chicago 2 5 St. Louis 2 5 Use ST. LOUIS (AP)-The St.

Louis Cardinals clubbed six Los Angeles pitchers for 15 hits Friday night and an 11-7 victory, their second soula, Flathead in Kalispell and Great Falls were scheduled to compete in Memorial Stadium Saturday. Arnold Scott, the Great Falls Bisons' coach, said Friday afternoon that if weather permits the meet would be held on Monday. straight after losing the first five Los Angeles ab bl 3illiam 3b 5 0 11 Missoula Frosh Down Hamilton HAMILTON The Missoula over Washington. St. Louis ab bl jCnngham rf 4 3 3 0 Grammas 2b 6 12 1 White cf-lb 5 2 4 1 Boyer 3b 4 2 11 Musial lb 1113 Custom Applied No Burn CALL WEST SIDE DISTRIBUTORS 924 Phillips LI 3-7911 Boston twice came from behind to tie the score in the American It cannot be rescheduled for a week from Saturday because of the annual Helena Jaycee Relays.

Neal 2b Moon If Snider cf e-DeMeter cf Hodges lb Roseboro Amoros rf f-Essegian rf 5 110 5 2 3 2 2 111 2 0 0 0 4 12 2 4 13 1 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Leacue thriller before the left- c-FIood cf 10 0 0 Spencer sa 4 12 3 Wagner If 4 0 11 County High School Freshmen downed the Hamilton squad 83-30 in a track and field meet here hand hitting slugger socket, his opposite field home run Burton If 0 0 0 0 Smith 2 0 0 0 b-Crowe 10 0 0 Cnnzzaro 2 0 10 Jackson 2 0 0 0 Boston ah bilWashington ah bl Btitldin ss 5 12 UGardner 2b 0 22 11 E.Oreen 2b 2 0 0 OiL.Green cf 0 0 0 d-Gile 2 0 0 0 Allison rf 5 14 2 ss4 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Rams Heading For Poison Bridges 110 0 McDaniel 10 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 Wills ss Asprmnte Koufax Roebuck a-Dnvls Craig Labuic d-Repulskl Williams g-Plgnatano Rawkow 2 0 11 1110 Ktllebrew 3b Lemon If a-Dnbbek Battey 110 0 i xor mat ciud. Sunday is the big day for Missoula Country Club Dubs and Duffers, all set to escape paying lunch by beating the opposing ace shooters by making par scores. Sunday is also the windup of qualifying for the spring handicap. Thursday night the President's Cup team matches start at the Country Club, with the usual shotgun start, players asked to sign up at the pro shop. The South Side National Bank is defending champion, Bob Kenyon, John Peterson, Don Nolan and Jim Hart, players.

Friday the husband and wife two-ball matches start, Bill and Janet Seleski in charge. Plans are being made for the 28th Memorial day tournament of 54 holes here May 28, 29 and 30. At Poison's Invitational meet today there will be a real test for a flock of Class schools including the Loyola Rams, while Hot Springs will also be host to a good meet this afternoon. Track and field sports are developing rapidly. 4 112 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 111 5 13 0 5 0 10 EnjoyiheCBS 'BaseballGarm 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 li-Beccjurr Mincher lb 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Console ss Total 38 11 15 10 39 714 7 Totala a Grounded out for Roebuck in 3rd; 4 0 0 0 10 0B 4 0 11 5 0 10 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Makone 3b Thomson If Jackson lb f-Werta lb Clinton isf Uclger cl SHflOW.kl b-Willlams Webster 2b F.Sullivan c-Runnels Worth In gtn Bowsfleld Kornteles K-H.

Sullivan Chlttum Mnbqlte Totals aRan for for Sadowskl 1 0 0 OjKaal 0 0 0 1 e-Asprmnt 2 0 0 OiClevenger 1 1 1 Olstobbs 0 0 0 Ol h-Thrnhrry 0 0 0 0 Hyde OffeVtei; Friday afternoon. The Missoula frosh took first in all but three events in piling up points for the victory. Low hurdles 1. Tablsh, Missoula; Jones. Missoula; Wall, Hamilton.

24.3. 100-yard dash 1. Jones, Missoula; 2, Wolfinbarger, Hamilton; 3, TBbish, Missoula, 11.7. Mile run 1, Slomlnsky, Missoula; 2, Langley, Hamilton; 3, Cardon. Missoula.

5:59. 440-yard dash 1, Russell, Missoula! 2, Smith, Missoula; 3, Relnbold, Missoula. SB 2. 220-yard dash 1, Jones, Missoula) 2, Hess, Missoula; 3, Elmore, Hamilton, 2:23. Shot put 1, Henderson, Missoulas 2, atalger, Missoula; Klrkwood, Mls soula.

38 In. Pole vault 1, Elmore, Hamilton! four tied for second Sherner and Gordon of Hamilton, Quinn and VanQlesen, Missoula. 9 ft. High Jump 1, Sherner, Hamilton! 2, Sams, Missoula; 3, Jones, Missoula. 5 4 In.

Javelin Hartseil, Missoula; Morrow, Hamilton; 3, Cornelius, Missoula. 120 6 In. Discus 1, Wander, Hamilton; 2, Cornelius, Missoula; 3, Runimell, Missoula. 94 114 in. Broad Jump 1, Stern, Missoula; 2, Smith, Missoula; 3, Wolfinbarger, Ham.

lllnn. 17 10 In. Grounded Into double play for Smith In 4th; Han for Musial In th; Filed out for Lablne In 8th; Struck out for Snider In 7th Filed out for Amoros In 7thl Walked for Williams in 8th. Angelea 22" 2W- St. touli 500 320 0U11 None, PO A Loa Angeles 24-6, St.

Louis 27-11. DP Neal, Aspromont and Hodgest Musial, Spencer and Jackson. LOB Lot Angeles 9, St. Louis 12. 2b Musial, Spencer, Wagner, Lablne, Snider.

HR Roseboro, Hodges, Moon and Bpencer. DDI II 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 ol 39 5 5' Totals 42 4 10 4 Lemon In 5th: Filed out In 3th; Doubled for T. Entry blanks for the Montana Intcrscholastic track meet will be Sullivan In Bill! Fouled out for E. says nianeu mwuii to an accredited high schools of the state, Charles Herter, general chairman. The meet is May 20-21.

oreen in 3th; a Struckout for Kaat In presorted by your friendly 6fafo FarrrvAgont Fifteen Loyola Rams will travel to Poison Saturday with Coach Russ Ritter for the Poison Invitational track meet. Entries for each team are limited to two men in the dashes, three in the distances and four in the field events. Ritter plans to go with the following: 100-yard dash, Plummer and Morse; 220-yard dash, Plummer and Dosch; 440, Dosch, Burns and Wherley; half mile, Wherley, Bal-las and Brooke; mile, Wherley, McDonald and Lovan; high hurdles, Jobe and Petroff. Low hurdles, Jobe, Morse or Plummer; shot put, Meyers, Matt, Tripp and Bedard; high jump, Jobe, Morse and Dosch; pole vault, Petroff and Matt; discus, Meyers and Matt; javelin, Meyers, Wherley and Matt; broad jump, Plummer, Jobe, Morse and Dosch: 880 relay, Plummer, Morse, Burns and Dosch. FnCEl 3th; Filed out for Jackson In 9th: Struckout for Fornlelea In 9th! Walked for Stobbs In 10th; Hit Into double play for Battey In 11th.

Boston IMAM 031 015 Washington 102 (MIO 010 00 4 E-rJackKon, Buddln. PO A Boston 33-15, Washington 16. DP Klllebrew, Gardner and Mlncheri Buddln. E. Green and Jackson! Consolo, Gardner and Mincher; Webster.

Buddln and Werti. LOB Boston S. Washington 14. 2b Buddln 2, Clinlon, Runnels. MR Malznne, Wert.

Battey. BF-Webster. STOP AT FRED'S DINER In Coeur d'Alene, Idaho You'll be glad you did. 1 2 blocks east of city center on Sherman. Champion Goes Into Training GENEVA (AP) World Heavy, weight Champion Ingcmar Jo hansson returned from his con.

BASEBALL BOOK This exciting Illustrated book, lit of facta and figures will help you know and enjoy baia ball better, Gat your (raa copy from your nearby State Farm agent. 1 Louise Suggs Takes Lead DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Louise Suggs, the consistent one from Atlanta, strode through high winds for a 1-under-par 70 Friday to lake over the lead in the r.BHO relay Missoula (Tabish, Jones, i Stalger and Russell). 1:461, Sfc tract signing in New York Friday and went straight Into training for STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. Home Offlee: lloomlngten.

IN, 0 PROPANE GAS A June 20 return bout with Floyd Patterson. A few houn after his plane landed the champion went through 13 rounds of shadow box- OUTSIDE PAINT Red. green or white, $2.94 gal. Pabrt Inside latet paint 13.89 gal. ABC DISCOUNT STORES 601 Kensington INIUIANCI OUTPOINTS DUPAS MELBOURNE (AP) Peter Read of Melbourne, outpointed Tony Dupas of New Orleans, in a close 12-round fight Friday night.

Read, middleweight champion of Victoria, weighed IGO'4 pounds. Dupas registered 134. KEN McRAE 241 Wtit Main LI 2-2764 College Tennis Ul ah 7, Montana 0 Colorado Statt Colorado Mined 10,000 Dallas Women's Open Coif Tournament She had 140 for 36 APPLIANCE 1935 Brooks Stamps hole. tof and bag punching. College Golf Otah 114, Montana t'm.

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