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1 RULE WINS BY FIVE IN ST. PAUL OPEN Fc A Iowa Golfer Is Accompanied by Doctor in Round ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 5 (JP) Jack Rule, jr., Water loo la., got out ot a sicKoeci fcunaay, tired a one-oer-lr 73 'and won the St. Paul Open golf tournament by five strokes. It was the first victory of the professional tour for the 24-year-old former collegiate star at the Universitv of Iowa. His margin was five storkes over Fred Hawkins, El Paso, Tex. Rule's 72-hole total of 265 was 22 under par on Keller municipal course, Hawkins fired a one-under-par 71 Sunday for 271. The young Iowan suffered an attack of kidney stones Saturday night, spent the night in a hospital and went directly to the golf course for the final round. A doctor tagged along and ordered Rule to rest on a folding camp chair between shots. The prescription worked fine as the field failed to come even Chiefs Drop Two 8-7, 7-2 Electrics POCATELLO. Aug. 5 W-Great Falls stopped a Pocatello rally in the last inning and edged the Chiefs 8-7 Sunday night in the nightcap of a Pioneer league doubleheader. The Electrics won the first game 7-2. (Frist Camel Grttt nil. r.v.... margin Rule had St) r It Dl - " V"-" V t, o Johnson 4 0 1 uivaiaseme u built Up In ine Iirst mree ruuuus. X a'scon 4 i i 5, Rule led Hawkins oy seve i 2!Boc'abeii 3 i 2 2 strokes going into the final 1 USee'miller 2 0 0 0 round. 0 OiDesilvia 2 0 0 0 p...... fir.t mnnpv tiavoff was 3 I) O U J r-. 2 0 0 0 $5,300. iooo Rule Sai(j he plaved with a J I I I headache most of the day and, oooo apparently numbed by medica- -jtion, said much of the time he 25 2 5 2,uQj f0m ;n v,5(. hands. "I iust claved from memory, I T "i 1 X ! x, X x KVV. x i i 1 V7i xxx N x x S Cf -J v V . - ; ,x x . - ; I m xXnS&&. . ! THE TUSVWS Monday, Aug. 5, 1963 9 .H V -U.V M U 3- i Woessner 4 1 Lchr 3 1 ri 4 1 Ertlf 3 0 Sksiskir 2 1 Wl!in 3 1 Arnette S 1 Gardner 1 1 Swan'ard 0 0 x X? BACK IN ACTION, Yankee star Mickey Mantle connects for a dramatic nineh hit homerim into the left field bleachers 410 feet away in his first appearance since his foot injurv June 5. The ciout occurred in the seventh inning of the Yankee-Oriole game and tied it up 10-10, the Yankees winning in the 10th, 11-10. (AP wirephoto) 1 2 Bamett 0 OlYuill 0 0'Konyha 0 OjHanlon IGraham laHearn I Totals 27 7 4 6 i Totals a-Walked for Graham in 9th. Great tails J , mi. T riirtrVt: fppl verv CTOOd, teiiolsaid the happy young pro alter Pocatello E-Yuill. LOB-Great Falls 3. Poca $. 'H-Cox, title. nn-DOCcaueua lin. SB-Johnson. W-Gardner, L-Konyha. Wal- (Second Game Krtat Kails IPocatello Yanks Divide Double Bill With Orioles NEW YORK, Aug. 5 0P1 Yogi I ab r h bi ab r h bi urdav nisht. hosDital checkuD. He said he slept only about two hours Sat ohnson 5 1 Voessner 4 0 Lohr 3 3 Cox ' 3 Ertle 3 1 Swaisgir 3 0 WalHn 4 0 Arnette 2 0 Afrasian 1 0 li:, freer 3 0 Swan'ard 0 0 Anders'n 0 0 o olsemon 2 3 i o; Rule's 193 for the first three 2 oiStott 4 2 3 ii rounds was six strokes better ? Kmine? 3 0 1 2 1 than an' 54"hole total V051 0IJ 0 blHrarn "2000 the PGA circuit this year. 1 OIHarnett 2 0 0 0 . 1 OjYuill 3 0 0 0 T . Tl7' 0 0!ar 1 1 1 o! Indians Wm 0 O'aDesilvia 1 0 0 0 ; 0 0Konyha 0 0 Totals 32 S10 41 Totals 25 7 a-Flied out for Silvera in 6th. Great Falls 301 ":t 08 Pocatello . 013 020 17 E-Valasente. Seeemiller 2, Yuill, bells. W-Mercer, L-Kasmar. Craig Loses 20th as Mets Go Down 2-1 MILWAUKEE, Aug. 5 (PI luckless Roger Craig tied a Na-i tional league record Sunday by losing his 18th consecutive game as the New York Mets dropped a 2-1 decision to the Milwaukee Braves. Craig's own wild throw on a pick-off attempt made him the first pitcher since Paul Derrin ger in 1933 and 1934 to lose 20 games two years in a row Four other National leaguers and four American leaguers have hit those depths, and three have made it three in a row. Cliff Curtis of the Boston Braves set the one season record Jor successive defeats in 1910. He went on to lose five more the following year. Derringer lost 27 games for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1933 and 21 for the Cincinnati Reds in 1934. Craig, who has won only two games this season, gave the Braves seven hits in the six innings he worked but only one of the runs was earned. Eddie Matthews accounted for that in the first inning with his 15th home-run. New York iMilwaukee ah r h bi Chrix'p'r 4 0 1 OlMave Muni 4 1 1 OjMathews bonder 3 0 1 1 Aanin 'olean 0 0 0 01 Torre hnmas 4 0 1 O.KIimch'k ickman 4 0 1" n.l.nrltr S'hreiber 2 0 2 OlOliver bSiwler 1 0 0 decline Jackson 0 0 0 OlMenke armel 4 0 0 0 Hollinir his finish. Rule said he planned to fly to Berra drove a sacrifice fly to Waterloo Sunday night for a right field with one out and the bases loaded in the 10th inning Sunday, scoring Tony Kubek with the run that brought the New York Yankees an 11-10 nightcap victory over Baltimore. The Orioles had won the opener 7-2. The Yanks, who staked Baltimore to five unearned runs in the first two innings, had to come from behind twice, tying it for the last time in the seventh on Mickey Mantle's pinch-hit homerun. Steve Barber, John Powell and John Orsino cracked homeruns and Luis Aparicio singled in two key runs in the Orioles, relatively easy first game conquest. (First Game) Baltimore New York ab r h bi ah r h bi Aparicio 5 0 2 2 Kuhek 3 110 Snyder 5 111) Kich'son 3 0 0 0 Powell 4 111 Tresh 4 0 10 Saveiina 0 0 0 (I Howard 4 0 11 Orsino 4 13 2 Bright 4 0 10 Gentile 4 0 0 0 Pepitona 4 111 Robinson 4 0 0 0 lxipei 4 0 0 0 Brandt 4 110 Koyer 3 0 10 Adair 4 2 2 0 Terry 2 0 0 0 Barber 3 1 1 1 Hamilton 0 0 0 0 Hall 10 11 aLinz 10 0 0 IMetcalf 0 0 0 0 IbBlnch'rd 10 0 0 M After Tigers Get Shutout Scott. LOB-Great Falls 8. Pocatello 4. 5R-Amette. Lohr. Cox. 3B-Cox. Ben- DETROIT. AUK. 5 Wt Hank son. HR-Boccabelia. SF-Ertle, Bocca-Uguirre pitched the Detroit Ti gers to a sparkling two-hit 2-0 victory in the opener of a doubleheader and the Cleveland Indians won the nightcap 3-2 by doing all their scoring in the last inning of the day. The Indians were headed for their fourth straight defeat and had mustered only seven hits in the two games when they suddenly erupted In the ninth inning of the nightcap. Tito Fran-cona drove in the tying and winning runs with a bases loaded single off Jim Bunning, the third Tiger pitcher of the inning. Rained Out The two Cowboy games scheduled to take place at Idaho Falls Sunday were postponed because of rain. No arrangements have been made for a make-up game, since those games would have been Magic Valley's last appearances of the season at Idaho Falls. It will be left to the Pioneer league president to decide if makeup games are needed. Tonight the Cowboys return to Jaycee park for a game with Pocatello. Mustangs Are Beaten After Winning 3-2 BOISE, Aug. 5 m Dan New man hit a three -run nomer in on my arms. the bottom of the extra eighth -x told myself, ni settle for a inning and Boise beat Billings . single.' " Mantle Hits Homerun in First at Bat NEW YORK, Aug. 5 l.fl A grateful Mickey Mantle, the New York Yankees oft-injured super star, was greeted by a tremendous ovation when he was announced as a pinchhitter in the second game of the Yankees' doubleheader with Baltimore Sunday. Mantle, a $100,000 a year slugger who has been out with injuries since June 5, responded to the ovation with a dramatic 410-foot homerun into the leftfield bleachers, tying the score at 10-10. (The Yankees won 11-10 in 10 innings.) "The ovation actually chilled me." Mantle said. "I was shaking. I could feel the bumps rising Eathy Whitworth Wins Second Golf Tournament in One Week MILWAUKEE. Aug. 5 (tD Kathy Whitworth, one of the longest hittinp pros on the ladies' re; A tour, won her second tournament within a week bv firing a two-under-par 70 for a L'Sli total Sunday in the $12,500 Milwaukee Women's Open golf tournament. The 24-year-old Miss Whitworth. who won the Wolverine Onen last Monday, applied the pressure in mastering the North Shore Country club's 6.508- " " jvard course in picking up, " " Dudcn Is New i;tTni;;".m ,he 7"1 Miss Smith Wins r II -, Miss Whitworth. who entered! Un of ni-n rlViI1t"ne tL'II'Iv 111111 I lilt the final round with a two-stroke; 1-i'lal-l 11 Xtllllla U Vaijl lead was ti,e only player in the; SOUTH ORANGE. N. J., An?. If nP'al fl!d ! blMk regulai ion figures 5 Wimbledon queen Mar- j011 1 llllt as she went out in par-equalling aret Smith. Australia won the 37 and came back in two-under- women's title m a record 24- CASPER. Wvo . Aug 5 .-P- 33- Her dazzling performance en-: minute match, and Eugene Scott Bob Duden, fn lust place from 'Mcd her t0 defp;lt JiXckii' P"S.of St. James, N. Y., the cinluh- start to finish in the second and Lcmise S"RKS. who tied for, ranking U. S. player, took the Markham cup golf tournament"""" wu" here, coasted to the champion-1 Mlss Puns flred ft fI(siS 75 ship Sundav by seven strokes and Mlss s"SPs n 74 earning Duden. Portland. Ore carded ! $1,350 111 ,he ,hird rit'lu'st stoP a 67 in the final round to finish i 011 the t0U1'nampt circuit, at 2(8, 12 under par for 72 holes. I Rutn Jessen. the former Pa-Tlie straddle -PUttillii' volcrnn rifir Nnrtliwp;f r-linTininT wlin' started the day with a five stroke lead, birdied the first hole and never trailed. Duden, 43, finished the first nine three under par and virtually clinched the title by driving his tee shot on the 335 yard 10th. hole only eight feet from the pin, two-putting for a birdie. He collected $1,400 first prize. Tall Bill Bisdorf. Denver, grabber second place with a brilliant final round 64, best of the tournament, and collected $1,000. Bruce Markham, tourney sponsor from Pocatello, said the 1964 tournament will be at Albuquerque, N. M. EXTEND CONTRACT KANSAS CITY, Aug. 5 W The Kansas City Athletics announced Sunday they have extended the managerial contract of Ed Lopat through the 1965 season. led for the first two rounds, cap- men's crown Sunday in the Eastern Grass Court championships. Miss Smith demolished America's top-ranking player, Darlene Hard. Los Angeles, 6-1, 6-1, to complete a successful defen.se of her title. Scott, snubbed in the recent tured fourth money of $1,000, selections for the U. S. Davis cup with 295. Miss Whitworth, a 5-foot-10 former New Mexico State amateur champion, boosted her 1963 earnings to $12,759. The victory was only her fourth In five years as a pro. TRY TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS TOR FAST SELLING RESULTS Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasnnt nlknllne (non-acid I powder, holds fulso teeth more nrmly.To eat and talk In more comfort, just sprinkle a little FAS-TEETH on your phites. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feellnir. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. team that will face Mexico Aug. 16-18, eliminated davis cupper Martin Riessen. Hinsdale, 111., 6-4, 6-4, 6-4. It was the first major tournament triumph for the University of Virginia laV student. ROOFING All kinds types. HEARD ROOFING CO. All Work Guaranteed Phone 733-3419 Totals 38 7 12 7 Totals 33 2 6 a Grounded out for Hamilton 7th ; b Grounded out for Metcalf in Bjing8 Baltimore 001 021 0217 New York 010 010 0002 E Boyer. LOB Baltimore 4, New York 7. 2B Orsino, Adair 2, Snyder, ii..- l. -t 1 1 i tj a n i !' S ' ,V """"' "a Knowles 3 0 0 llHart w d k V. T ,, Yuw 3 0 0 0!f!arni W-Barber l.,-8i, L-Tervy t2-U) NeWer g 0 1 OjN'ewman 9-6 in the second game of a Pioneer league doubleheader Sunday night. Billings edged Boise 3-2 in the first game on the relief pitching of Otto Meischner, who killed a Braves rally by striking out the sides in the seventh and last frame. (First Game) Boise ab r h bi (First Game) Cleveland Detroit ab r h bi! ab r h bi Brown 4 0 0 O Weit 4 12 1 Tasby 4 0 10 M'Aulife 4 12 0 L'irki.nj i a n nif.iin. 9 a n n Adcock 3 0 1 OColavito 3 0 1 1 Baltimore .ew lorn bRamos 0 0 0 0 Thomas 4 0 10 ab r h bi ab r h bi Alvis 3 0 0 0 Freehan 3 0 0 0 1 Aparicio 6 1 0 0 Kuhek 6 2 10 Azcue 4 0 0 U Koarke ! 0 2 u " o u T . hmdall 3 0 0 0 smttn a o u ui 1 1 'i""" " " " Held 2 0 0 O Aguiirt 3 0 0 0 1 Savarine 0 0 0 OjHoward 5 113 Kralick 2 0 0 01 (.entile 5 1 .(..HIHena 0 0 0 1 lirandt o 1 2 3'Hnht 1112 Robinson 5 12 2 hBlaVh'd 3 0 0 0 Adair fi 0 1 O'Pepit'e 3 10 0 Tutals 29 0 2 0 Totals 30 2 8 2 Brown 3 110 l.opez 5 0 12 Grounded out for Kralick in 8th; rIOrsino 0 0 0 0' Buyer 4 0 11 b-Ran for Adcoek in 9th. McNally 0 0 0 0 Kouton 10 0 0 Cleveland 000 0110 nOO 0 t,tock 0 0 0 OlMaffnrd 0 0 0 0 Detroit 001 000 Olx 2 aVale'ti'e 0 1 0 OlHamilton 0 0 0 0 E Alvis. LOB Cleveland fi, Detroit Co K 0 (l n M;-.viant 1111 6. 2B Thomas, McAuliffe. HR Wert. s;ar et 1 " u "IKenifl 10 0 0 SB-Kirkland. i Urunet 0 0 0 (l W Aguirre (10-101. L-Kralick (10- ramnn i u u u 10) i Miller 0 0 0 01 Totals. 41 10 12 10Totals Faulkner 4 111 Harris 4 12 0 Bramlett 3 12 1 iPietri 3 0 0 0 Hales Sinnerud Airuilar Clark ab r h bi 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 It was his first appearance since he broke a bone in his foot in Baltimore June 5, 61 games ago. "I didn't think it would go," Mantle said. "I didn't think I had pulled it enough. I didn't see it go into the seats, but I saw the umpire signal and I told myself, 'I'm a lucky stiff. Gee, but I'm a luck stiff.' i "Back in the dugout, somebody arked me how I felt running '3 o l o i arountJ t"e bases. I don't know. 3 o i o;I don't remember runnnig It's a siio long trip and it's the first time ' ' 1 - t'vft mario that rriri in a Inner !' iLidouri 3 0 1 OlAnderson 3 0 0 0 . '"'"" -f "'"ft R, Guthrie 3 0 0 0St. John 3 0 10 H'"e. Meisch'er oooo, Mantle still was limping heav i I :il-- witVi tn frtrf iniiit-ir Qn4 ri-am 29 3 7 3 rotals 28 2 7 21 - . Billines 002 000 13 : afee io a Knee cartilage aFr'ncona 10 0 1 Bell 0 0 0 0 (Second Game) Cleveland Detroit ab r h bil ah r h hi 6 0 1 2 Brtlton 4 0 10 5 0 2 0 M'Aulife 5 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 Kaline 3 110 4 0 2 0 Colavito 4 0 1 2 1 0 0 Cash 2 0 1 4 0 10 Phillips 4 0 0 (1 0 1 0 O Wert. 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Triandos 3 I 1 3 0 1) OrlHeraix 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 i:Lolirh 3 0 11 2 0 0 OCladdinif 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 BunnhiK 0 0 0 II 0 0 U Francona L. Brown Kirkland Arlcoi'k Alvis Homano bGrant Azcue ab r h bi i J ,s,'y 6 o 2 o;"el(l 4 j i I Kamw 3 0 0 0 aTaylor 4 0 10 Ahern'thy 0 0 0 O'eG. Br'n 4 1 1 () cvvnllm " O 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Uel' 0 0 0 0! 3 0 2 0 1 . loan Totals 33 3 8 31 Totals 32 2 7 1 4 0 10 a Called out vn strikes for Ramos 2 0 0 0 ln 'tn b Ran for Romano in 9th; c 3 0 0 0 Walked for Abernathv in 9lh: d 0 l A.h'.;.H 'Kanehl 1 o o (ll(nvmond 0 0 0 0 s,l'urk out for Triandos in train 11 0 1 nl.hau. ana a VValked fur Bunnino- in ttth mark ps 1 0 0 01 Bear'arth 0 0 0 III 'Hicks 1 0 0 0! Tf'aU n 1 9 1 Totals 33 2 8 1 "Kan for Oliver in fith : b-Grounded Jit f..r Schneider in 7th : c-Flied out ik . ,,h: n-R" 'or Gonder in : e-P,.,Ded up for Moran in 9th; f-1 -rack , fr p,ernarth in 9h I Kan fur ;.!,... . . . f.'w "rt ooo ono oio 'lii'aiikce .., . ... i iph uiri oipx i (ctraiif. Thomas. LOB-New York 8, .kee 1. 2R-Hiekmn, Gonder. Hit. "'hs. S-Shaw. "Schneider (1-01, L-C ;ith. Cleveland (MM) 000 nun 3 Detroit no Him 0002 E Kirkland. LOB Cleveland 8, Detroit il. 2B L. Brown, Adcock, Triandos. S-.-Tashy, Kaline. Vt Abernathy (5-21, L Gladding (0-1 . -rant (2-211) Nicklaus Downs nayer in Match . . ntin. o in JacK n-ciclaus shaved four strokes off and downed Gary Player by 'W strokes with a 31-36-66 in whibitinn match at the Turf Country club Sunday. II',,; J-year-oia fUA ana tjvM front nine and I 0,';,a one b"f?ey and one birdie j'J back nine In winds up to tftinir fjriVM Up )0 300 vards t3, '"''-baked, 3.992-yard par iH.vout, Jack bettered Sv. ve course record or V'lo shots. VW' bcied the first three never was in the GIMENO WINS POERTSCHACH. Austria. Aug. , : 5 Andres Gimeno, Spain, de- leatea r'rank Sedgeman, Australia. Sunday 3-6. 8-6, 6-4, 6-1 to capture the professional tennis tournament here. 38 11 11 10 a walked lor stock tn 2nd: b-Popped up for Bright in 4th; c - Homered for Hamilton in 7th ; d Walked fur Brown in Sth ; e Struck out for (linnet in 8th: f Hit sacrifice fly for Howard in 10th. Baltimore 230 203 MM) 0-10 New York . 430 002 101) 1 12 K Brown, Blight 2. Pcpitone. LOB Haltimore 12, New York 9. 211 -Gentile, Adair, Tresh. 3B- Brandt, Snyder. HB Robinson. Howard, Mantle. S Starette. Brandt, Stafford. SK- Berra. W-Reniff 13-2), L Miller (4-SI. Fishing Easy POCATELLO, Aug. 5 (I PD Seven - year - old Barbara Domboski, Pocatello, doesn't, think this fishing game is so tough. She caught her first trout at Springfield lake near Aberdeen Saturday, and it weighed a mere seven pounds, three ounces. Experts said the rainbow was the largest fish pulled from the lake in five years. Her father, Ed Domboski, helped net the fish, but Bar bara did the catching herself. Boise 000 000 22 E-Newcomer, Ft. John. Newcomer. LOB-Billings 5. Boise 5. 2B-Barni. HR-Newman, Faulkner. SB-Harris, Ligouri. W-Guthrie l3-li. L-St. John (3-10). (Second Game) Billings Boik ab r h bil Faulkner 4 2 2 OiBales Harris 3 0 I) OjSiiinerud Bramlett 5 1 2 1 'Clark Deleon 3 2 12 Hart Pietri 5 13 2 Harni Breeilen 4 0 2 I) Newman I Young 3 0 0 OMones Heimh'er 2 0 1 HAguilar aKnowles 10 0 OlAndei-son Newco'er 1 0 0 0 Newton Crayton 1 0 0 0 Hagen Politte 1 0 0 01 Steven bLigouri 10 0 IPIlraun Cayll 1 0 11 o: Mcisner 0 0 0 0 Manager Ralph Houk said he would not use Mantle as a starter for some time yet. "I told him to avoid running, not to run out a ground ball. ab r h hi 1 anything like that," Houk said, si l nj "Well, he didn't have to. i i 1 i1 "You can imagine what a lift ,-( Jj i o this gives to the club." 3 10 0 3 113 3 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 oooo 2 2 2 0 10 0 0 oooo 29 9 7 S Tolals 35 6 11 6 'Totals a-Flied out for Heimhigner in 5th ; b-Lined out for Politte in 6th; e-Struck out for Hagen in 7th. Billings - 320 IMII (MI-6 Boise . 231 000 03-9 E-Barni 3. Sinnerud. Breeilen. Heimhigner. LOB-Billings 11, Boise 11. 2H-Bramlett, Pietri, Bales. HIi-Deleon. Sinnerud. Clark. Newman. SB-Kaulk-ner. Clark, Hart. W-Braun (l-Oi. l.-Cayll (ll-3i. CARLOAD BATHTUBS Bring your radiator troubles io CLYDE'S RADIATOR SHOP 245 Washington 733-6080 Aug. 3, 12 o'clock Noon Custer County Livestock Marketing Association Sale Barn Approximately 1000 Head of FAT and FEEDER LAMBS It Wt Custer County LIVESTOCK MARKETING ASSN. PHIL EDWARDS, SECRETARY, Phone Chilis 879-3554 1 1 III 111 i it ii nl twin i m i in OTIIiMTJMMMlaMMIMiiill llMMf f --lTliliil MOT ?"ifcrtaillHrTliMifl mill IllllllllJi BAS N EH s thre. nines of 38 and 35 ,p-over-par 73 COOLERS t Sal" and Srrvlce I 8E. BRACKETT I '"33624SJMBING There are many ways to finance a purchase ...BUT IT ALWAYS PAYS TO DEAL WHERE YOU GET EVERY ADVANTAGE! "In S FT. STEEL TUB (White) Sells Elsewhere, 59.95 NOW ONLY 49.95 We're fully equipped to give you the best kind of service in all phases of financing and refinancing. Loans up to $1000 G.A.C. 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