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Monday, May 17, 1965
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The Independent Record, Helena, Montana, Monday, May 17, IMS Montana State Bowling Tournament Ends Great Falls Man, 78, Has Top Game Younger bowlers took most of the prize money but 78 Vear-nfd Jim Volacicli of Graer Falls had high gome hon ors with □ 272 scralch score en. Hie Montana State Bowling Championship which ended Sunday ■ Jock 5alt-ar of Bozeman bowled a 710 three-game series in doubles competition for high series of the tourna ment. Untie bowlers dominated Use team events, by taking tour or the top nine plHces in three divisions. Top places In cadi division: Open — .luliilee Lanes llilliuus. 2318; First Weslsidc Bant;, Great falls. 2<NI7: 1'elcr Pan Hole anas. 899 Division — White Sw Butte, 3M4; Swede's Bar, Butte, 2!»71; Central Pharmacy, Butt 2933. 825 Division — Malmstrom Sightseers, Great Falls, 293B; Dee Motors, Anaconda. 2934; Victor Chemical, Butte, 2909. Doubles Open — J, Garden G. Garden Helena, 1249; Wijipennan-Colbcrl Dillon. 1245: Beller-Beslssina deal Falls, 1225. 3r>9 Division — Kessler-Saltcr. Bozeman, 13U4; Al Polich-Tony Pouch, nounrlup and Helena 127); Lvman-Sfevens, Eutle, 12fifi 330 Division — JCottke-Arm strong, Columbus, 1287; D. De !aney-P. Delaney, Butte, 1250; La Ford-Johnson, Malta. 142. Singles Open— John Olson, Great Falls 697; C. I.anlerjung, Lcwistnwn 682; D. Colbert, Dillon, 641, 179 Division— M. Hughes, Ham illon, 683; W. Leonard, Anaconda fifi4; J. Fletcher, Helena, 675. ICS Division —Max Weathers. Butte, 6(38; S. Johnson, Big Timber, 665; John Rae, Great Falls, 65S. All-Events Open — J. Walerbury, Columbia Falls, 1B56; C. Laulerjung, Lew-isfown, 1813; D. Bebal. Great Falls, 1805. 179 Division— B. Ball, Missoula, 1909; C. Caizza, Darby, 1332; D. Curran. Missoula, 1677. 165 Division -- Henry Smith, Choteau, 1935; B. Brown, Deer Lodge, ia44; G. LaFonde, Malta, A's Hire Fifth Manoger in Past Five Years Kansas City— f/p) ^The Kan sas Cily Athletics bounced Man user Nel McGahit oul ol his job Saturday and installed Haywood Sullivan, a 154-year-old fledgling minor league pilot as their fifth skipper in five years. Sullivan, with slightly more than a year's experience at Birmingham in lite Southern League and Vancouver in the Pacific Coast League, took charge Sunday Of owner Charles O. Finlcy's club that has only five victories in 26 starts this season. Carroll Tourney Offers Field Of Top Teams Whitworth will be back lo defend its crown against Kastern Muntana, San Diego University and Carroll College in the annual Carroll Invitational Basketball Tournament, Dec. 29-30 in Ana-Last year, Whilworth defeated Carroll in the opening round and went on to upset New Mexico Slate in the title game. Eastern Montana, a power in the Montana Collegite Conference, will have a strong nucleus ol returning veterans in Danell Hill, Bob Flndino, Jim SofL and possibly Russ Powers. San Diego is coached by Phil Woolperl, NCAA coach of the year in 1955 and 1956. The Toreros have a strong squad of returning leHermen led by 6-foot-3 Clifford Ashford. Carroll, coached by Presley Askew, will have a number of veterans back, including leading scorer Tony Sapit. Finley has been scoring prin cipally with a cross-country tour of his namesake mascot, CI O, a long-earned Missouri mule and was not present lo wi the booting of MeGsfoa, win managed li is club for 136 games since he replaced Ed Lopat in midseason last year. Lopat had been preceded by Joe Gordon, Kinleys first man ager whom he fired in June, 1961 and Hank Bauer, who finished out that year and quit in the last week of the 19C2 season just a step ahead of a boot from Fin ley. General Manager Hank Feti did the axing of McGaha. Sullivan, 34, will he the youngest manager in the major leagues A product of the Boston Bed Sox farm system, he was a catcher with mediocre success for six seasons, three of them with the Athletics. He became manager of (he A's Birmingham ctuh last season and ■ guided it to a second-place finish in the Southern League. This sea son he was promoted lo the par- club s mrue-A Vancouver filiate. Vancouver was 12-13 and in fourth place in the Western Division Saturday. McGaha, who lelt Sunday for his home in Shreveport, La., said he. hoped to stay in baseball hut announced no immediate p! He had managed at Cleveland be fore coming to the A's as a coacl! and front office assistant in 1963. Herb Plews Sold To Little Rock Herb Plews. a Helena native has been sold to Little Tlork, a AAA minor league farm team of the Philadelphia Phillies in the Eastern Division of the l'acilic Coast. Plews started the season tor Tacoma, a San Francisco Giant farm team in the Pacific Coast 1 rvu:i-.c. He is r-n -. nfiolder. Plews, 36, signed with the New York Yankees in 1D50 and broke into Uie major league with Ih Washington Senators severa years later. He makes his homo in Helena during the off-season. Herb (Bert) Broadfoot of Des Moines, Iowa, will captain Yale basketball team next s son. He succeeds Don Taylor Ridgewood, N.J. There's a More Efficient Way to AIR CONDITION YOUR CAR THE modem RELIEF FROM HEAT... IMPERIAL AUTO AIR CONDITIONING Slimmer unils leave plenty of leg room Easily transferred to your next car Written Warranty— 24 months or 24,000 miles AS LOW AS 289.00 INSTALLED t\4^vujU>n Hut (UfUcL+tUAi AUTOGBAPH ANGLING — Houston Joe Morgan figures there's something fishy going on here us a clever young Chicagnaii drops his line over the Wrigley Field dugout. This one didn't get away. Morgan signed. Ryun Attributes Amazing Mile To Sprint Work Wichita, Kan. — (/PI — Olympian Jim Ryun of Wichita East High School attributes his amazing 3:5ti.3 mile— first sub four-niinule ever run in high school competition — to his exlia work in : sprints. "In any race a mile or less it's niatter o£ speed," said the 18-ar-old, dark -haired lad. "I didn't start bringing my mile times down until I started working harder on tho sprints. "This time, I knew it was my last high school race and I wanted lo make it good." That amounts to a maior snepch for the modest Ilyun. He is looking forward to four hie West Coast meet?, starting with the Modesto, Calif., Relays May 23. But he won't speculate on his chances against great veteran iters such as Dyrol Burleson. Jim Grelle, Tom O'llarn and Pe ter Knell of New Zealand, the icld record holder at 3:54.1. Byun's 3.58.3 at the Kansas Slalo meet Saturday is a tremendous accomplishment because he did it with no pressing hii the last half mile. His fcdniiston, timed his last .mailer 55.7 seconds. The crnwit „r 7,C01t urged him on all the way Ityiin's time is better than the NCAA meet record of 3:5flR hv Burleson and compares to the rtinericm r. „f '• s;,!, In, ■„.. Boatty, and the collegiate 'mark of 3:56.9 by O'Hara. Baseball Standings Chlca™ _ Mlnr.tsota Bolt-more Vti:":i " a Cfcvul "M )>j:rc L - ll„slon 2 Ncv. Ynil: 3. Kaliimort Interscholastics Start Friday a- L05 Ansclc*. N. Wishlnelor. m n,:rc:i. I aLILIaiilshl^__~~ 15 it Mihvni]t:cc 13 n Houston „. li> 17 Si"'vi,ri" ia \\ Flttihurirli _ a is -Sallir/Jjy'J JlfrjuIlT ATlKflts 3, CMcanc^i. b::i l fa(icl;;c s II til Louis 4. mislj.iTili 1, Sunday's neiljUs !.lilwBufcrc B, r-liU.-idemlil rlun. HO* York 0-8. Cincinnati PIlMiidelBhij'nt SI. Only Knine^ Aclwdnkd, Turidai'i Cimn In- Ar.Kdrs 3-3, flrat. Ilaiihton 5-3. iritis, H. Chuck Bichards, Syracuse Uoi-■rsily 0-fool-n haskctball co lain frnm Poland. N.Y.. is an hon or student ill business ndminislra- tion. Robinson -Led Scotties Look Like 'A' Choice By The Associated Press j Eastern Montana High School truckstcrs set the pace Saturday in the four Class A A and A divisional track and field meets that decided entries for this week's Montana Inlerscliolastic in1 MissnulH [toy Itobinson appeared to be. the best of the beit by dominating the Glasgow squad in its repeat victory in the liastcrn Class A meet. He set two records, helped set a third and tied a fourth — for iu hit ol rewriting on nearly a third of the division record book. His outstanding performance was a lime of 14.2 seconds in the 120-yard high hurdles, five-tenths of a second faster than (he existing Montana Interscliolnslic mark which he is almost certain to erase next week in Missoula. Glasgow won the meet with 67 points, 2iy4 d£ them by Bobin-son. Havre followed with 50, Wolf Point and Dawson ol Glen-dive 28 apiece, Fergus ol Lewis-(own 22, Sidney 10 and Custer of Miles City 5. Sis divisional records were set and Dne tied. Eight records were broken and otic tied as Billings West won the liaslern Class A A meet. In the final race, Billings Sen ior's 880 yard relay team won in 1 mimifc 29.5 seconds, or 1.2 seconds faster than the Montana tn-terscholaslic record set last year by the Senior team, including two of the same runners. West scored 73 \k jwinls, followed by Billings Senior 02 \k. Great Falls 54, Great Falls Cen tral 15. West qualilieu 24 men for ttic Inlerscliolastic next week in Missoula, Great Fails 21, Senior 17 and Central 3. Host Buiciuan set four division records in winning the Central Class A meet with 51 points. Anaconda claimed the only other record of the meet and finished second with 41 points, followed by; Fai'k of Livingston Laurel 2G, Billings Central 24, Butte Central 23 and Hardin 7. Butte ran away with Ihc Wcsl-n Class AA meet behind burly Bob Hawke. The senior weighlman set the only record of the meet with a heave of 611 leel Wi inches in the I, hetter than his own Montana Intei-scliolastic mark. inning discus throw was ecord and was 6 feet short of his start recurd. Helena High Frosh Finish Second in Meet The Helena High freshman track team finished second to nan Saturday in the Fresh man tnvtiaiionai ai oo/emau uy score of fiO-39. Nearly 20 teams compeled in the meet. Helena placed tU'sl in the broad jump relay, breaking a meet and school record in the latter. The Ilesults; 100—1. MeDoimel <But. Cent.). 2. Curley (Busby). 3. Miller (Boz.) 4. Kerby (Boz.) 5. Smith (Hel). T— 11.1. 220—1. Turcot! (ISil, Cent.). X Kerby <Boz.). 3 McDonncl (But. Cent.). 4. Ferris (Hel.). 5. Miller (Boz.1. T.— 23.9. 410—1 Carpenter (Hel.). 2. Dunsan (But, .IH). 3. Webster (Laur.). 4. Curley (Busby). 5. Papkn (Bil. Cent.). T. — 54.3. I 880— 1. Duncan (But. JH). 2. Stern (Hel.). 3. tiiaus (Dil.J. 4. sSptsrry (Hel.). 5. Hallam (WSS). T. — 2:11.1. Mile— 1. Mile (Liv.), 2. Mor-gau (Laur.). 3. Laramie (Boz.). 4. Gordon (I)il ). 5. Kent (llysh.). T. — 5:06.7. Broad jump — 1. Kerhy (Boz.). 2. Harmon (Boz.). 3. Johnson (Hel.), 4. Dogtcrom (Boz.). 5. Michael (Park City). H. — 5-4. Discus— 1. Koedrowski (Mil, Cent,). 2. Moline (Cly. Park). 3. Kerr( Laur,). 4. Morrow (Hel ). 5. Hansen (Hel,). I).— 113.7. High Hurdles -- 1. Dogtcrom (Boz.). 2. Kceter (Bn-/.). 3. Kraft (ltd.). 4. Becker (But. J H), 4. Carroll (Lov.). T.—1B.8. Low Hurdles — 1. Kerby (Boz,). 2, Fio.ekci- (Bui. JH). 3. Kceter (Bo7.). 4. Tarrant (Town.) 5. Casebeer (Rutle, JH). T. 21-9. Pole Vault — I. Kecler (Boz.). 2, Cook (Boz.). 3. Collicrf Liv.). 4 lluppe (Hel.). 5. Knudson (Hoi.). H.— I0-4. Javelin— 1, Greene (Bui. JH). 2. Drcticn (Hel.), 3. ScIidss. 4. Kerr (Laur.). 5, Sweoney (Boz.). 'J'.— 134-0. Shol— 1. Green (But. JH). a. riogtcrom (IIoj.). 3. Krelich (Liv.). 4. Moline (Cly. Pk,). 5. fregge (Bil. Cent.). O.— 3810'A. flelay — 1 . Helena. 2. Townsend. 3. FioKcmnn. 4. Unite Jtr. s. Lau rel. (T.-.13fJ,0). No* meet record. FLYING FINISH — Nearly a doien grade school girls hit the finish line in one of sprints conducted during the grade school track meef at Vigilante Stadium Satur day. Results of the meet ore still incomplete and will be carried at a later date, (Photo by David Billington), On Another Streak Mays Cracks 13th Homer, Ups Mark liv Murray Chass !\ssocialcil Press Spoils Wriler Give Willie Mays five feet and he'll take AO. Mays, on another une of his early season streaks, scooted home on a not-too-wild pitch with the winning run in San Francis- cos 4-j victory over Houston in Die second game of a double-header Sunday. Mays also starred in the opener, cracking hi.s 13th home run as the Giants won 10-5. The 34-year-old Giant whiz reached first base in the sixth inning of the nightcap when first baseman Jim Beachamp dropped Joe Morgan's throw, lie stole second, then moved to third on a ground out. With Turn Halter at bat, Houston's Jim Owens uncorked a pitch that wound up five feet in trout ol the plate. Mays, spotting the ball B5 feel away, won the race home— and the game. Thai dashing play climaxed a prolific day for Mays, who rapped five bils in seven at-bats, scored four runs and drove In two The performance pushed the center fielder's major league- leading average In .40a and continued to duplicate his streak early last year. In other National League Rames, Milwaukee trimmed Philadelphia 8-C in 10 innings, New York .swepl Cincinnati fi-2 and R-5, St. Louis rolled over Pittsburgh 03 and 51 and Los Angeles cdred Chicago 3-2 ntlcr losing 5-3 in ID innings. In the American, Baltimore slopped New York 7-5, Boston swept Detroit ,r>0 and 4-3, Chica go knocked oft Los Angeles (i-2 and 5-4, Kansas Cily defeated Minnesota 7-4 in It) innings and 4-2 and Washington nipped Cleve land H-7 in 11 before losing 7-3. Mays doubled in one run and scored another in the fourth inning of Hie second game. The A=lors made it close on Jim Wynn's seventh-inning homeland Jon Morgan's two-run single in the eighth. Juan Ma.-icJial brought hi.? record to b'-3 in the opener behind homers by Willie MrCnvey, Mavs. Jim Hart am! Hallcr. Houston's Have Giusti was battered tor seven singles i» )</:t innings as lie lost his first game after winning sis. Milwaukee rallied for three runs in the lOlh inning, (ho first two en Gene Oliver's bases-load-rd double, for its triumph over the Phillies. Bnbhy Wine helped the Braves by throwing high on Ed Mathews' ieatloff grounder. It was Philadelphia's 42iul error in 29 games. The Mels moved iVz games away from last-place Pittsburgh by defeating the Reds twice. Jack Fisher won his third straight game ill the opener behind home runs by Johnny Lewis, Charlie Smith and liny McMillan. Smith and Ron Swobodu connected in the second game, helping Warren Spahn even his record at 3-3. St Louis' Bob Gibson became Ihc winningest pitcher in the ma-jors, scattering 10 hits for his seventh victory against no de-feals. Gibson also homered in the ninth inning ol the first game. The Pirates dropped (heir 20th game in the last 24 in the second game as Ray Washburn and Boh Purkey combined for a six-hitter. The Cardinals put the game away wilh three runs in the eighth, Ken Boyer and Bill While each driving in one. Billy Williams snapped a M lie with a run-scoring single in the lOlli inning, and the Cubs scored three more limes, offset ling Wes Parker's two-run double in the Dodgers' halt of (ho inning. Ron Santo, Krnie Banks and Dick Bcrtell sini'led in Ihc other Cub runs in the 10th. Parker won the nightcap for L05 Angeles, driving in pitcher Don Drysdalc wilh a ninth-inning single. Drysdalc, who doubled wilti two oul in the inning, had a thrcc-hiltcr until the top of (ho ninth when Chicago lied it 2 2 on Don Landrum's single and Williams' bad-hop double. 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