The Times-News from Twin Falls, Idaho on August 29, 1955 · 7
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PAGE SEVEN TIMES-NEWS, TWIN FALLS, IDAHO a vg Tlr nn T?n ft cpf g J.. 1 OutbyRIile 29, 1955 , pinch Hitter's Homer; )fee Night Set Tuesday n Cowboys, beginning: their last home stand of the season at Jaycee field u took an easy 4-1 victory from the Idaho Falls Russets. The game Monday j MghteA by the annual player appreciation program and "coffee night" iS Ji! .t the last game of the season on Tuesday. Duane Hermon, pinch hitting ffium. put the "gase" in "easy victory" Sunday by belting a homerun with ; jtwo on in the fifth inning. Jes Take 3-2 Win Roister Flag Hopes By The Associated Press . manager Lou Stringer moved the Boise Braves :0lBi r to the Pioneer league pennant Sunday night. jtdi"0?! iwcrer in the eighth inning against Poca- ittle After f-iTniliiaPreM JJti. Rainier ran Into itffS LM Angeles week-end that fluldn'tseethefi L L Pacific Coast league "r;. today to see I. .49 m'fmr HPVia Iacih fIAMMny1 4-Va j"2 la 5-3 win over the Salt Lake Bees. With only eight games left beiore the regular season ends tabor day, Boise has a 4 -game bulge over Great Falls and a 5-game bulge over Pocatello. Another Montana club moved up a berth as the result of a victory Sunday night. Billings scored three times In the ninth for a 6-2 win over Ogden. That put the Mustangs in fifth. Ttie Idaho Falls Russets dropped back to sixth by losing to Magic vauey,- 4-1. Jim Espinola hurled the Boise victory, giving up only three hits. Jim Lee went the route for Poca tello and yielded only four safeties. But 11 walks kept him in constant hot water with Stringer's homer the coup de grace. Dick Stuart powered a mighty homerun as Billings moved up in the league's standings. The Mus tangs scored three times in - the ninth to put the game on ice. Tom Taylor slammed a triple, scoring E. C. Leslie, and then Stuart., the loop's leading homerun hitter, hit Jess Gonder homered for the Reds and knocked in Ogden's other run with a double in the ninth. Don LeJohn and Gene Elder drove in all five Great Falls runs against Salt .Lake, each collecting a triple as their big blow of the. evening. Hal Holderfield had three hits, in cluding a double, for the Elects. Pocatello continues at Boise, Bil- lings at Ogden, Idaho Falls at Twin Falls and Great Falls has a double-header at Salt Lake City in Monday night's competition. "T- Hn today 1 Z Bollywood variety is of "ri v.h)nd them. Vainien, ppntly con-SaStti to the pen- Ti 7wnhM from now on, fSrinAngelvllle, losing honour w . :ea BJ """" J-l. l inn a-g iv.moo Lm 'to move within a u!L Miffht have dropped & wt for the fact that I ml Portland 6-4 and Lento cooperated with Oak- ill the flrtt game but then uj idtr. Man tbuiubuu ond one by a shutout -lane the Seals a half game A cellar. : . , jugeles outslugged Seattle 1 tie first game out wuiuu until the eighth when the brokg 5-5 tie with a single pn BUJtO 0TOVB mo iltti single. ' con4 game followed exacuy k pattern with a Bilko sin-jthe eighth inning booming Jh tafly that broke a 1-1 ftte. tam vat scheduled lor seven Intone extra as Bubba Church how Judsonin a hill duel, imoodwu slightly more sen- am flu.Angels in that they an Diego one victory in the Bower yesterday the Stars iM.tie in the top of the four runs on a pair of ' to fin the first game. The nit struck by Lee Walls ;1 Beraie with Walls' blast i tith two aboard and break- '.it. i nightcap Roger Bowman J third shutout of the sea-: reading seven hits about. .it managed only five hits, A them together in better Idaho Falls scored its lone run in the top of the ninth. Both the Russets and the Cow boys used two pitchers and none was liberal with hits. Up to Her- mon's homerun, the Cowboys had managed only two hits. Cliff Ander son, starting Cowboy hurler. is cred ited with the win even though he had been relieved on the mound when the runs were scored. The scene for the Cowboys' four runs was set when Mike Yarem- chuk, first batter to face Ron Wil Hams in the bottom of the -fifth, was given a free pass to first. He was called out at second when John Swiech, next Cowboy batter, lived on a fielder's choice. Ken Lindley singled and Manager Eddie McDade decided the time was ripe for pinch hitter. He called on Hermon. McDade's judgment was ques tioned by the fans but Hermon vindicated the decision by giving the ball a ride over the fence. Then Dave Wondra singled, stole second, and came home on Jim Woolard's single. The Russets pushed across their one run against Bob Shaffer, An derson's relief. John Hack, first man up in the ninth, singled off Shaffer and Pat Mullin ' and Wendell Antoine fanned. Bubba Morton dropped long single in deep center field and Hack scored. In the second Inning the Russets came close to scoring when they loaded the bases on two singles and a walk. The only extra base hit of the game, other than Hermon's homer, was a double by Pat Mullin, Russet manager, in the sixth. MAGIC VALLEY 4,DAHO FALLS 1 Idaho Fall ah h o a' Mack VaL ab h o a uaucl 4 14 1 2b 4 0 1 3 1 flONEEi LEAGUE 1 W L Pet. GB fliUIT. Ji ...48 11 .(85 .tit .tot ,47 .471 .462 .400 4tt 5 13 14 is 22 MTIONAL LEAGUE ' ' W L Pet GB m . ik-i. Ml 46 5ft 62 52 68 71 7S 79 .646 .554 .527 .612 .485 .466 .425 .388 -", M. UOUU 1 J, Cincinnati (l.t S''tl I (2nd) W l Hilwaukt 0 (2nd) 1 UttBICAN LEAGUE 11 15 IT IP 28 1 Idaho FaUs Team Gunning For Top Spot k By United Press The Idaho Palls Tigers will be pinning their Big Six football hopes this season on a team top-heavy with inexperienced Juniors, but coach Jim TaUant Insists it will still ba stronger than last year's squad. Last year Idaho Falls tied for fourth place with Boise In confer ence standings, but then the Tigers lost 14 lettermen through graduation. With only eight lettermen return ing to the Tiger squad this year, Tallant admits he will "really miss" such players as Ray Hart, a speedy end who won first place in hurdles and the broadjump during the state track meet, co-captains Russ Jeffreys and Harold Hooper, quarterback Bob Schley and center Reed Fogg. Tallant said he was having par ticular difficulty in finding a strong contender for the center position this year. The veteran coach said that at least 20 of his players will be juniors "The Junior class seems to be where most of the talent is con centrated," he said. "We'll Just have to make up in ability what we lack in experience when we play the other Big six teams, which mostly have senior squads." 39 Pet .605 .602 .697 .678 .608 .414 .868 .817 GB 12 24 CW,l.nd (l.t) P Drtiltpoitpon1d. rain. I 'CtOAST LEAGUE W l, pa. GB . ... 6a J---l 74 " 7 7 md- 72 84 .552 .648 .528 .518 .610 .462 .449 .44 foruand 4.2 Franciaco 0-1 8attl s.) 14 16 "V4 W 70 M fci.." FortlanJ 1 o ffObjects WonMove :29W-ChiCon lte ., 151 toe this Sunday. "ow """Com- ft?Slnthe seventh t&d 8ame when he (U 10 ree starter i'tiJa.V'-8 victory for a ritto7"Wa tired," said c2ta out here. But 12-8 record. May Get Contract FOREST HILLS, N. Y., Aug.. 23 (IB Tennis oro Jack Kramer said yes- terdav he'll offer Lew Hoad of Aus- traua a professional couuracc 11 me Aussie wins the U. S. tennis cnam-nionshlns next month. "I haven't talked to him yet but plan to if he wins the litis here, Sept. 11," Kramer said. Aeee rf Hack Sh Mullin if Antoina e Morton ef Cooke lb Williatna p Barbiaan p 4 0 0 0 4 12 0 Wondra lb Woolard aa Carapana rf Lobita lb 8 12 0 Johnson ef 4 15 1 4 16 0 8 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 1 Totale S3 7 24 6 8 112 1111 4 0 S 0 5 0111 10 10 Yaremchuk if 8 0 1 0 Swiech e 12 8 2 Lindley 2b 12 0 1 Anderson d 10 1 a-Hermon 1104 Shaffer p 10 0 0 Totala 80 7 27 10 a-Homered for Anderson in 5th. Idaho Falls 000 000 0011 Magic Valley .. 000 004 OOx 4 R Hack. Wondra. Swiech. T.irMl.. nermon. none. rlK rlermon. Mullin. RBI Morton, Woolard. Hermon DP Lindley to Woolard to LoMtx. W Anderson. L Williams. HO Ander son 4 in o ; snaffer 8 in 4 ; Williams 4 in ',!,: uarbisan 2 in 8. SO Anderson 1, anazier . wiiiiama 8. Barbiaan 2. BB Anderson I. Williams 2. Barbiaan 1. T.R A imams 4, snailer 1. SB Wondra. T- 1 :4s. A l,z7. a. 4 V' J '1 akaaiilltfMsfllffMM , w" Ass s; 1 wet ":trr - ; t. - i 5rssEf . - Faltering Yanks Manage to Stay On Top as Chisox Muff Chances . By United Press ; 1 ,-v . ThA Ameriran lpaonie nennant race has turned into a "losine" TJrODOsition and the fal tering Yankees seem quite content to back into the World series since no one else shows any signs of heading them of f. The Yankees were in first place by a hall game today out tney got tnere more or iesa default. Cleveland paved the way by dropping a doubleheader to Washington yesterday; Cup-winning Aussies Menace Singles Title FOREST HILLS, N. Aug. 29 (U.R) Australia won the Davis- Cup with a 5 to 0 shutout find threatened today to snatch another bit of hardware from America's tennis show case by winning the U. S. men's singles crown in a 10-day grind beginning Friday. Ken Kosewall, JLew Hoaa ana itex TT . f MotIiV IriAa" It's obvious in these Hnlcher sequence camera shots that Joe Amal-fitano of the Giants Is Just wasting his time starting that slide into second in fame at the Polo rrounds. Milwaukee Braves shortstop Johnny Logan Is there and waiting for the force out. The Braves won, 3-2.UNEA telephoto) Nashua-Swaps Race Looms As One of Sport's Best CHICAGO Aug. 29 (11 With both Nashua and Swaps considered in peak form, track experts look: for Wednesday's $100,000 match race at Washington park to be one of the greatest of all time. Everything will be even, except, perhaps, the odds. The latest on the book lists Swaps at 2-9 and Nashua 4-5. Both brilliant 3-year-olds will carry 126 pounds for the mile and a quarter. This is the same import Littler Wins Open Money WithPlayoff MONTREAL, Aug. 29 HP) Gene (One Putt) Littler was the No. 1 tournament winner today following his fourth major victory in the $26,800 LaBatt Open golf tournament in a sudden-death playoff at Summerlea yesterday. The crew-cut youngster from Palm Springs, Calif., faltered brief ly on the final nine when he bogey -ed two holes and veteran Canadian Stan Leonard.,43, Vancouver, B. C, caught him to force a playoff, The victory meant a $5,000 payoff in Canada's richest golf attraction and vaulted Littler into third place ahead of Mike Souchak, Grosslnger, N. Y., among the leading money winners on golf's "gold trail." Littler and Leonard wound up all even at 272, eight strokes under par. after 72 holes. The youngster and the veteran treated the crowd of 13,000 to one of the most stirring duels ever witnessed on Canadian links. Rabbit's Foot Gets Credit For Golf Win KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 29 (W It was an old fashioned rabbit's foot that helped Marilyn Smith, Wichita, Kara., win her first wom en's golf tournament of the year, the Heart of America Open. Miss Smith said so herself. Miss Smith won on a situation which looked as if she got outside help. Tied at the final 54th hole yesterday with Alice Bauer Hagge Sarasota, Fla., with a 220, she- went into a sudden death playoff after firing a course record round of two under-par 70. But Mrs. Hagge, too, was playing hot golf. She. also fired a 70. Miss Smith and Mrs. Hagge play ed the first extra hole par. The second they both birdied. The third they paired. Then came the par-five fourth. Mrs. Hagge hit a long stretching drive down the middle. But Miss Smith hooked off into the woods. She was forced to hook around a tree for her second shot. Here she paused and rubbed her rabbit's foot, which dangles from ner watstoand. sue picked a seven iron and made a masterful 140-yard strike,, which landed three feet from the cup. She sunk easily for a birdie. Mrs. Hagge, however, missed nine foot putt to lose the match. Miss Smith, with the home crowd cheering, kissed her rabbit's foot and cried, "we did it, we did iU" Wertz Rests as Fever Subsides CLEVELAND, O., Aug. 29 OH Vic wertz, 30-year-old Cleveland In dians fielder and star, batter, "rested comfortably" today at' Lakeside hospital after fever induced by infantile paralysis subsided. Hospital officials said Wertz, who was , stricken with non-paralytic polio and admitted Friday, was in "satisfactory condition." Gonzales Wins BERLIN, Germany, Aug. 29 (IB- Richard (Pancho) Gonzales, Los Angeles, won the first set against Pancho Segura of Ecuador, 6-2, yesterday Just before- a thunderstorm and heavy downpour forced postponement of the International Tennis Tournament for professionals. Ken McGregor of Australia held a 7-5, 6-3 lead over veteran Ired Perry of England when the rains came. andi distance as for the Kentucky derby, when Swaps handed Nashua his only setback of the year with a length and a half victory in 2:01 4-5. Both colts will be ridden by about the best Jockeys In the bust ness, Eddie Arcaro up on the east's Nashua and Willie Shoemaker abord the west's Swaps. And there will be no room for alibis, as in the case of a crowded field, for only two horses will be out on the finely conditioned dirt oval which has the longest homestretch in the world 1,531 feet. Comparative times may or may not be too important in a race of this kind, but they are certain to be significant. With the exception of the Ken tucky derby, each colt has run the mile and a quarter only once. Swaps won the Westerner at Hollywood Park July 9, by six lengths in 2:00 3-6. .., W'i Nashua took the Dwyer at Aque duct July 2 by the same margin in 2:63 4-5. Weight doesn't seem to effect ei ther horse. Swaps first packed 126 pounds in the Kentucky derby when he left streach-challenging Nashua behind. A little more than -three weeks later on - May 30 at Hollywood park, Swaps carried' 126 to a 12 lengths triumph over stablemate Bequeath, matching the track's mile mark of 1:35. : - Nashua has carried 126 pounds in 7 out of his 9 starts this year, the exceptions being 122 in the Fla mingo and Florida derby. He toted 126 in probably his most brilliant victory, a nine-lengths fin ish ahead of Blazing Count in the Belmont June 11. Nashua stepped the mile and a half in 2:29. Swaps never has been extended as a 3-year-oia. snoemaker lucked him with the whip in the American derby at Washington park Aug. 20 as Traffic judge closed up in the stretch. But Swaps won handily by a length, matching the American turf record of 1:54 3-5 for a mile and three-sixteenths. The American derby was Swaps last competitive start. Nashua's last race was the Arlington classic July 16, when the needed a driving finish to beat Traffic Judge by length In 1:35 1-5 for the mile. Nashua held a 6-furlong workouthis last before the match race Sunday and flashed along In 1:11 3-5. 1 while the buckling Bronx Bombers, who have dropped three of their last four games, split a twin bill with the White Sox. It's a toss-up which club is playing the worst, ball, league-leading New York, second-place Chicago or third-place Cleveland. The White Sox. who had a chance to take over first place yesterday, have dropped five of their last eight while the Indians, now one game off the pace, have lost four of their last seven, Home runs by Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra helped Whitey Ford to his 15th victory as the Yankees won the opener, 6-1, but a three-run homer by Bob Kennedy in the first inning stood up all the way to give the White Sox a 3-2 triumph in the nightcap. Kennedy, described by general manager Frank Lane as the best all around player in the league," hit his homer off Bob Turley. Southpaw Billy Pierce gained his 12th win although Dixie Howell relieved htm when the Yankees, filled the bases in the seventh inning. The Senators chased Art Houtte- man to win the opener, 8-2, behind brilliant one-hit relief Job by southpaw Chuck Stobbs over the last 6 13 innings and pounded out 15 hits, including four by Eddie Yost, to cop the nightcap, 13-4. Washington broke a 1-all tie and routed Mike Garcia with an eight- run burst in the seventh. Eddie Joost poled two home runs and Grady Hatton and Ted Wil liams one each as the Red Sox mauled the Athletics, 14-2. Hatton's homer came with the bases loaded in the first Inning and big Frank Sullivan coasted to his 16th victory after that. Vic Raschi was the loser. The scheduled game between the Orioles and Tigers was postponed because of rain. The Dodgers gained a game and a half, increasing tnelr National league lead to lltt games, by beating the Cardinals, 6-1, while the second-place Braves bowed twice to the last-place Pirates, 5-3 and 2-0, Karl Spooner pitched his first complete game of the season for the Dodgers while eliminating the Cards from' any mathematical chance of winning the penannt. Despite homers by Eddie Mathews and'' Bobby Thomson, the Pirates rallied for four runs in the eighth inning to overcome a 3-0 Milwaukee lead in the first game of their doubleheader w h 1 1 e Vern Law hurled a four-hitter to out-pitch veteran Warren Spahn and rack up his 10th win in the nightcap, The sizzling Phillies climbed to within 3 games of second place by licking the Redlegs twice, 7-i and 8-3, with reliever Bob Miller winning the opener and rookie Ron Negray going all the way , in the nightcap.. . i Bob Rush of the Cubs shut out the giants for the third time this season, defeating them 3-0 on a six- hitter. Ernie Banks led Chicago' nine-hit offensive with a pair of triples that figured in the last two runs, Fancy Lawn Grass Seeds, $1.00 lb Globe Seed & Feed Co. Adv. Vines Blasts 65 to Collect Utah's Gown SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 29 MV- Ellsworth Vines, former national champion tennis player turned golf professional, fired a record-tying 65 Sunday .to win the Utah Open golf championship. Vines. , of Palm Springs, Calif., comDiled rounds of 68-72-65 for a 273. five strokes better than Dick Lundahl. former . Logan pro who now plays out of Pasadena, Calif. Lundahl had rounds oi ea-Ti-eo 278. Lundahl and Vines both shot 65s Sunday, equalling the course record at Meadow Brook established only Friday by Tommy Williams, the as sistant pro at the Salt Lake County course.. Par is 72. Williams, the leader after the second and third rounds of the 72 hole competition, faded Sunday to a 73 and a total oi zbo, gooa lor third place. . . Bill Johnston oi kovo, we ae; fending champion, wound up 10th with a 288, His 80 on the opening round removed him from conten tion. However, he won the Rocky Mountain (PGA) tourney, deter mined from the final 54-hole scores with 208. , Ernie Schneiter Jr. of Ogden was second in the PGA with 210. He placed fifth in the open for 283. carding a 69 Sunday. The victory by vines was gooa for $800. Lundahl got $550, Williams $350. Schneiter $225 and sixth-place Dick Kramer got Lou North oi Salt Lane uity iin ished fourth, far ahead of any other amateur, with 282. Other top finishers were Cliff Whittle, Twin Falls, 285, $100; Mike DeMassy, Santa Fe, N. M., 286, $72.50; Smiley Quick, Los Angeles, 286, $72.50, and Marshall Springer, PueblO, Colo, 287, $50. ;t5 , T ,-. - -"---' Christensen Set For Poirier Bout NEW YORK, Aug. 29 0ft Danish welterweight Chris Christensen, who challenged the power of the New York state athletic commission, will test the punch of slugger Gene Poirier tonight in their postponed TV - 10-rounder at St Nicholas arena. Young Poirier of Niagara Falls, N. Y., is favored at 8-5 to beat the lanky veteran from Denmark and thus make him a double loser. whose sensational; play produced the worst American defeat in 20 years of Davis Cup play, were one-two-three on the list of fa vorites for the next big show at Forest Hills and even Aussie cap tain Harry Hopman couldn't say which was In the worst form. Ail three looked tremendous as they completed a three-day sweep in the Davis cup challenge round yesterday and regained the xropny they surrendered only last Decem ber to Tony Ttabert of Cincinnati and Vic Seixas of FhUaaeipma. Hoad walloped Trabert In four sets on the first day and tripped Seixas in four yesterday; Rosewall bowled over Seixas In four sets on the first day and defeated Ham Richardson of Baton Rouge, La., a substitute for Trabert, in the four-set wind-up. m between, Hoad paired with Hartwig to score the clinching victory in a five set dou bles match against seixas ana UTa-bert on Saturday. :v . - ; Except to prove they could win even when the pressure was on, yesterday's matches proved little, Hoad lost a set to Seixas, who had beaten him eight of 10 previous matches, but rallied to make it a rout, 7-9', 6-1, 6-4, 6-4. Then Rose- wall trounced Richardson, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 to complete a ft to 0 score for the Aussies. - Between the triumphs by Hoad and Rosewall, Vice President Richard Nixon presented the massive silver bowl to Hopman and the Australian team. There were friendly speeches all around but none on the American side could hide their disappointment at the lop-sided defeat. SCORES KO GOTHENBURG,. Sweden, Aug. 29 (IB Inegmar Johannsson of Sweden yesterday knocked out Hein Hoff of Germany, .former heavyweight of Europe, at 60 seconds of the first round of a scheduled eight-rounder. Johannsson scaled 194 pounds to Ten Hoff's 223. rcSty Better If SIP su) d 1tmANTHB6ST NEW BUICKS,' PONTIACS GMC TRUCKS and their trade-ins TRY US AT BERRY MOTOR CO. BUHL PH. 444 a little luxury is good for every uiaii . s . . so enjoy i umtm A mm STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY years old - iVti now O v AWtttV k rr u in i j "... mum . BOOSTER TICCtET SMG STMTS NOW BETTER THAN EVER BELMONT DISllUIHt COMPANY UMCBUH. WO. MO W D AY! AUGUST 29 Home Games Start at 8:40 p.m., Lincoln Field FRIDAY, Sept. 9-AT BOX ELDER FRIDAY, Sept. 16 AT CALDWELL FRL, Sept. 23 IDAHO FALLS (here) FRIDAY, Oct. 7 AT POCATELLO FRIDAY, Oct. 14-LEWISTON (here) FRIDAY, Oct. 21 AT NAMPA FRIDAY, Oct. 28-POCATELLO (here) FRIDAY, Nov. 4-AT IDAHO FALLS FRIDAY, Nov. 11 BOISE (here) Support Your Team . 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