The Gallup Independent from Gallup, New Mexico on July 26, 1957 · Page 5
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Pro Grid Loop Sets Effective Defenses By TOM 'NELSON United Press Sports Writer WASHINGTON (UP)-Chairiftan Emanuel- Celler of a House antitrust subcommittee said today professional football is making a very effective case for some exemption for anti-trust laws. The New. York Democrat told a reporter witnesses who testified for pro football the past two days have presented a better case than did organized baseball in three weeks of earlier hearings by the Celler subcommittee. Cellcr said football's witnesses, led by National Football League Commissioner Bert Bell have Clemente's Back May End Career CINCINNATI (UP)-Sluggcr Uo- berto Clemente, third in National League batting standings last year, .prepared io turn on ailing back on baseball today, ' The 23 - year - old Cuban right fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirales is troubled with a back injury similar to that of Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Recllcgs. Clcrnento said, "No one knows what ect is. They can't find anything.- I run, I throw, I move cct hurls, Eet goes away and come back. Someday eet hurt, . . someday no. If ect doesn't cure, I quit baseball... No fool around." Clumonte, who hit ,311 in 1956, made the statement Thursday before the Rcdlegs-Pivate game as fie donned a uniform for the first time in a month. "Eels Like Ted Kluszewski. .. no one knows what ees wrong... I study to be ceevil engineer, . . back hurts ... I quit," added Clemente. been more frank and candid than those who testified for baseball. "Baseball took a holier-than- thou attitude and said 'You can't touch us.'" Celler said. He said he can't comment on what type of sports legislation he eventually will favor until all the testimony has be^n heard. But he said at least the business aspects of professional team sports must be regulated under anti-trust laws. Bell a^d other pro football witnesses appeared this week to ap- jpeal for legislation exempting essential features of their game from anti - trust regulation. The football "hearings will resume next Wednesday. Five football stars Thursday defended the draft system used by pro ball to divide the pool of new talent. graduaing from he nation's colleges oach year, George Connor, former lineman for Notre Dame and the Chicago Bears and now a Bear coach, said the system is necessary to equalize the teams. 'The teams ranking lowest 5n the standings get first choice in the draft. Charleston Beats Indianapolis In Close Contest By DOTTED PRESS The Charleston Senators, mowed down lor eight Innings by Indiana polls' Hoy Tinney, broke a scoreless tie in the ninth Thursday night to lake a 1-0 victory over the Indians. Tinney had a no-hitter working until George Risley doubled to start the eighth. He. retired the side without further damage but in the ninth Howie Phillips walked. Then came Buddy Hicks' single, and Larry Osborne cracked a double to send Phillips home with the run that beat Tinney. The Indians tagged Johnny Tsi- touris for nine blows but the Senators' infield repeatedly cut down Indians on the base paths' and gave Tsitoruis a shut out. In other games, the Saints swept both ends of a double header from Omaha. 4-2, and 12-3; Minneapolis blanked Denver, 1-0, and Wichita beat Louisville, 5-1. Jim Hanlon twirled a complete ame in the Saints' seven-inning opener, limiting Omaha to six hits to pick up the win. Starter Boyd Linder was charged with the loss. In the nightcap the Saints battered three Card pitchers for 17 hits including a pair of homers .by Dick Gray and one by Johnny Glenn. Bolt To Play Only Big Ones BALTIMORE (UP) — Colorful Tommy Bolt, who held a com-1 jnanding three-stroke lead in the second round of the $20,000 Eastern Open golf tournament, announced today he will soon quit the pro circuit and limit play to the "Wg ones only." Wit 1 ' The usually stormy Bolt, who has broken many a club in exasperation during his years on the pro circuit, told PGA Secretary Jim Gaquln. "I am still going to be around for the big ones, but when I get started on my new job in Los Angeles. I'll have to jive up the circuit." Tommy started today's second round leading Don Fairficld of Casey, 111., who posted a 67 in the opening round against Bolt's record-breaking Gil over the Municipal Mount Pleasant course. Bolt held his temper in check throughout the r<j.und as he clipped eight strokes off par with nines of 31 and 33, 'beating the old course record of C5 set eight years ago. Bracketed in third place with G9s were Pat Schwab of Dayton, Ohio, Wesley Ellis of Rivervale. N.J., Billy Casper ot Bonita, Calif., and U.S. Open champion from Latrobe, Pa., was among a group of 11 tied at 71 for fifth place. New Hopes For Rochester Flag Winning Chances By UNITED PRESS Ellis (Cot) Deal and Lynn Lo- I'enguth. veterans of 26 baseball campaigns between them, are 3itching now hope into Rochester's International League pennanl plans. Deal shut out Richmond on three bits, 1-0, in the seven-inning open- of a double-header Thursda> Mr *. mr Gattnfe "You've'got the expression fine, George, but the snarl still sounds like a squeak!" Miami beat Montreal, 3-2. Allie Clark, who has played EAST OF GALLUP The New ZUNI 4.UI1I THEATR£ Dial UN 3-5912 Box Office Opens 7:15 P. M, ENDS TONITE * * A&VfHTURE Oirrtlfd by Produced tf S'SAKAll-DAVID BUILER-ROBEBIBUCKNEB M • JOHN LITEL »»*««. *e«cr, n." ir *n.;i --IVA. «« w. •. tuwttr • wutie w HM trei«« L. ADDED' ENJOYMENT "Junior Jamboree" & -House 1 of 'I'JLifllfs wi'ftf fOTDlES'Ml'JAli VICTOR FBANCEN-JOHN LITEL w.e««. *e«c* n.« ir * •teft*ffili*;-tsvilii 1 flW!S'!;Miti6^ilii t '^!tWjtn;)Jlil}ft!niii);i *. 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