Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 24, 1963 · Page 8
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Yon Can Count on Us,.'.Quality Cowls No More at Soai-s THESE ARE THE boyj who made up the Garfield team at Clint Lightner Field here Tuesday during the annual Midget League all-star baseball game. From left are (front row) Lee Tresner Tom Herman, Craig HeaiJrick, Lynn Dunford, Mark Anderson, Rodney Sinclair Stephen Highberger, John Naab, Gary Highberger, Dennis Wallace, Gary Baier, Joe Sullivan, (back row) Phil Frazier, Ron Talley, Stark Nelson, John Bondy, Leon Ires- ner, and Coach Dean Biggs. Garfield Wins All-Star Game Cailield defeated Alia Hrown ; }, y 7-II at Clint LiRhtncr Field : lii'iT late Tuesday afternoon in i (he annual Midget league Knothole all-star baseball Ranu-. ; The winners, coached by Dean j HiK«s. were never headed. Alia | Ill-own had a -5-4 margin in hits, •however, and each team made four errors. Dave Keller coach- t'd the Brown stars. • Only one of the nine hits in the Rimir went for extra bases. That was a homer by David Stephens of Alia Hrown in the fifth innintf. V.cotty Scott. Chuck Dunn, Bruce •Stallsworlli, and Hus s Boonc all hit singles for tbc losers. Celling Ciurfield hits were Rod liaier. Lee Tresner, Ron Tallcy, and John Naab. Garfield used pitchers ,1 o h n Bondy and Lee Tresner. They struck out 13 baiters and walked none. For the losers, Kelly Hays 'ind B r u c e Stallswortii saw mound duty. They also fanned 13 —but walked four batters and hit tiireo with pilches. Alta Brown Garffold R H E Ml Oil 00-3 5 4 111 031 Ox-7 4 4 Page 8 Garden t'H.v T Wednesday. July 24, 1963 Dccrfield Wins Two In Women's Softball DEKHFIKLD — Decrfield's Lions have won two Southwest Kansas League women's soflball games in two nights. Monday the Lions won at Lakin, 12-9, in seven innings. Tuesday night here they defeated the Cirnarron Travelers 16-3, in just five frames. Dccrfield had an 8-4 hitting edge Tuesday. Pitcher G 1 c n d a Zubcck fanned eight and walked two. The Standings By TH EASSOClATED PRESS Am e riean League ; W. L. Pet. O. B. New York 00 34 -MS — Boston 51 43 .543 9 X.'hicago 52 44 .542 9 'Minnesota 52 44 .542 9 Baltimore 54 46 .540 9 Cleveland 47 50 .485 14',-i Los Angele s ... 47 54 .465 1BV4 Kansas City -. 43 52 .453 17V4 Detroit --41 52 .441 18'i .•Washington . - 34 62 .354 27 fuosday'i Rsiul's . Detroit 5-6, Chicago 1-4 New York 7, Los Angeles 0 Kansas Cil yl. Boston 0 Baltimore 4, Washington 0 Cleveland 3, Minnesota 2 (13 •innings) ' Today's Games • Los Angeles at New York Minnesota at Cleveland (2, twi- 'night) Chicago at Detroit (N) Washington at Baltimore (N1 Kansas City at Boston (2, twi- night) National League W. L. Pet. G.B. .Los Angcli-s - 01 37 .622 — SI 1/ouis ..... 55 43 .561 6 52 43 .561 53 Armour Star All Meat WIENERS u, 49c U.S.D.A. Good ROUND STEAK u 73c U. S. D. A. Bone-In RUMP ROAST u 69c Ark Valley BACON u, 43c U.S.D.A. Good CLUB STEAKS u, 89c .... 1 Gal. 59C 2.Lbs. 6-Oz. OTC .... 10-Oz. lUC •Chicago 'Cincinnati .. San Francisco Philadelphia . •1'itlsburRh .... • Milwaukee Houston .. New York 51 49 •111 37 32 46 46 48 48 49 (VI 67 G 8'ii S'.ii 10'-j 11'i 12 25> i 29'a .535 .535 .515 .505 .500 .366 .327 Tuesday's Results Cincinnati 1, Chicago 0 St. Louis S. Milwaukee 1 j lj>s Anneles 6. 1'ittsbnrgh 0 San Francisco 9, New York 1 i Houston 6. Philadelphia 5 (15 • innings) i Today's Games Cincinnati at Chicago i Philadelphia at Houston <N> I'ttlslwrnh at I.os Angeles (N) ! SI Louis at Milwaukee (N) New York at San Francisco Two Wichita Clubs Advance \YIOHTA (AIM — Two WU'hita li-ams ttdvaru-i'd to tlu- quarter-i . luial!. , nf Ilii' Kansas Basi'hall ! T it u r n a in i- n t oxlra-inniny in yami's Tuesday ni>ht. ; Wu'liita Auto Class defeated j Kaneas City Graves Truckers 95 t in 10 inninus and the defending : i-hainpion Wichita Dreainliners : ln'at Lyndon 10-U in 11 inninss. • The loss eliminated Lyndon but the team finishes in a tie with three other clubs for seventh • place. '. Kansas truckers advanced with a 4 and rl record. Wichita Class is unbeaten. PUK William- Min's xrand slam homer in the Iinli «ave Wichita Class the vie- ior>. 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