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ford Pitches 12th Straight Win , sports slate By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer "The catchers are carrying tlrts ball club," said Yankee catcher E 1st on Howard. "We've trot the best infield in\ baseball," said Ralph Honk. Yankee manager. "New York's got that great overall power," said Johnny Pesky, Red Sox manager. "They've come up with a couple of fine young pitchers in Al Downing and Jim Bouton," said Bill Rigney, Los Angeles manager. So maybe they've all forgotten Whitey Ford? At least no one seems to be talking about him. Ah, well, maybe there's no reason to. He's jusit won 12 in a row, 16 in all and, as usual, is shouldering the burden of the important pitching chores as the Yankees go bombing along toward another pennant. The 34-year-old left-hander was no more excited than a business man is walking to the office Vednesday as he turned in vorkman-like 8-4 victory over the Los Angeles Angels, the Yanks ixth straight. He allowed only ix hits and struck out eight be- ore giving way to a pinch hitter after seven innings. Minnesota's Twins got good pitching performances from Dick Stigman and Jim Kaat in a double banking of Cleveland, 9-0 and 5-0; Kansas City swept two from Bos on, 5-2 and 7-6; Baltimore over a me a four-run deficit and beai kVashington 8-5, and Chicago de eated Detroit 3-1. In the National League, the Los Angeles Dodgers stretched their ead to seven full games in a 5-1 riumph over Pittsburgh while Milwaukee bombed St. Louis 8-1. Tile Chicago Cubs edged Cincinnati 2-1, Philadelphia shaded Houston 6-3 and San Francisco rallied for three run s in the ninth to beat New York's Mets 4-3. Ford's victory put him in a tie with the Dodgers' Sandy Koufax and the Giants' Juan Marichal as the majors' top winner of the season. And he extended his own mark as the most consistent winner in the history of the game among pitchers who have won 100 or, more. His lifetime mark of 191-74 for a percentage of .721 leads the all-time .'is'. Spud Chandler is next at 109-43, .717. John Blanchard, a converted catcher, pressed into service in the Yanks' injury-riddled outfield, once again provided the big hitting. He drove in four runs on a homer and two singles and scored twice. TIIURSl'AY Tlirefl tnen's league slow-pitch noftball games at Fansler Field. Century vs. Welders Supply at 7:45 p.m. Co-op vs. Lutherans at 8:45 p.m. Reed-Stinemetz vs. Picrvcville at 9:45 p.m. Minor League Knothole baseball double-header at Clint Lightner Field. B-team preliminary game starts at 6 p.m. Klwanls vs. Shrin- ere. Tee-Ball League Softball tor girls ol ages 9 and 10. fi:30 p.m. at Cliet Cleaver Field. Beavers vs. Sharks. Bowling: Women's League at 9:15 a.m. Junior League at 6:15 p.m. Mlx- ctl League at 9 p.m. All at Garden Bowl. FRIDAY Four men's league slow-pilch sort- ball games at Fansler Field. These four games complete first round of play. Co-op vs. Methodists at 7 p.m. Reed-Stinemetz vs. Methodists at 8 p.m. Kunn vs. Nazarenes at 9 p.m. Lutherans vs. Garnand Rt 10 p.m. Minor League Knothole baseball double-header at Clint Lightnw etats at 6 p.m. Odd Fellows vs. Rotary. Space League Softball for girls ot ages 11-15. One game at 6:30 p.m Orbits vs. Titians at diet Cleaver Field. Bowling: Men's Handicap League. 9 p.m. at Garden Bowl. ! Southwest Kansas League women's i Softball double-heade,- at Chnt Cl'eav- •' pr FieM. Coca-Cola vs. Garden City I Telegram at 7:30 p.m. Sherman's Grill vs. Smith Packers at 9 p.m. Area Coaches Attend Clinic HAYS — Numerous Southwes Kansas coaches and athletes were registered at the fourth an nual football coaching clinic a Fort Hays State College last Fri day and Saturday. A record total of 172 persons attended the clinic. Featured on the program was .Ken Rawlinson head athletic trainer at Okla homa University. Area persons registered were Erling G. Anderson, Ingalls Herb Bender, Ulysses; Charle Brownlee, Ensign; Willis Colson Montezuma; Pete Evans, En sign; Tuck Glasse, Dod'ge City Frank G. Griffitts, ex-coach Montezuma, now at Scottsdale Ariz.; Ron Hamm, Ingalls; Bill Hanson, Tribune; Rober Hopkins, Tribune; John Katz Holcomb; Chuck L a s k e y, Ho: comb; Don Leuzler, Leoti; Ro Musselwhite, Dighton; Kelt O'Connor, Lakin; Kenneth R Reed. Dighton; and Larry Stine burg, Meade. Pa mi ell i Not Hurt ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) — Parnelli Jones, winner of the Indianapolis 500 this year, spun into the guard rail during a midget auto race Thursday night but escaped without injury. Alfa Brown Stars Telegram Photo These were the boys who made up the Alta Brown team at Clint Lightner Field Tuesday durin'g the annual Midget League all-star baseball game. From left are (front row) Stephen Krug, Susone Croslin, Pat Joyce, Rodney Burgett, Mark Cockriel, Rusty Meinert, Scotty Scott, (middle row) Bruce Stal'sw.orth, Joe Hamman, Rodney Pierce, Greg Purdy, Russ Boone, Kelly Hays, Gary Dick, (back row) Coach Dave Keller, Stewart Nelson, Sammy Froggatte, David Stephens, David Mahan, and Chuck Dunn. Cone Fishin' with HAROLD ENSLEY Minnesota's Stigman was supported by an 11-hit attack that included two homers by Don Mincher and four-baggers by Rich Rollins and Johnny Goryl in the first-game victory. Jim Hall's nintli-inn'ng homer broke a scoreless duel in the nightcap and Kaat put i f out of reach with a three-run blast. He struck out 11 and allowed only six hits. Hutchinson Golfer Wins at Broad moor COLORADO SPRINGS, • Colo. (AP)—Jim Hardy of Hutchinson defeated Dr. Jim Foust of Denver, 4 and 3 Wednesday in the first round of the Broadmoor Invitational golf tournament. Foust was the 1958 runner-up in the tourney. Co-medalist Claude Wright of Denver shot par golf for 15 holes to beat Jim Kennedy of Colorado Springs 4 and 3. Dick Spangler of Lincoln, Neb. who shared medalist honor s with Wright at 68, beat Larry Eaton of Greeley, Colo., 2 and 1 after trailing twice. A father and son from Tulsa Okla., Loy Martin Sr., and Jr. also won first round matches. Athletics Sweep Double at Boston By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Th e Kansas City Athletic,, won both ends of a douibleheader with Boston Wednesday night, 5-2 and 7-6 to move into seventh place in the American League, one game behind Cleveland. It was the first sweep of a dou'bleheader b'y the A's this season. St. Louis, meanwhile, was short | circuited in Milwaukee as the (Braves defeated the Cards 8-1 to ' end a four game winning string. Orlando Pena won the A's first game on a 7-hitter and singled home a run in his own cause. Ken Harrelson hit a two-run ii j homer and later singled and scored in the sixth inning. Pena, Harrelson and Jerry Lumpe each contributed two hits to the A's 9-hit attack against loser Earl Wilson. Dave Wickersham earned the victory in the night-cap although he needed help from Tom Sturdivant and John Wyatt. The A's scored five runs against Boston starter Dave Morehead in the third inning of the 'second game on two walks, doubles by Wayn e Causey and George Alusik, an infield hit by Ed Charles, and a two-run single by Gino Cimoli. Kansas City scored what proved to be the winning run in the fifth on Charles' double, an infield hil by Harrelson and a forceout. Causey, Lumpe, Alusik and Charles each had two hits in the second game. Lefthander Dennis Lemaster handcuffed the Cards on five-hits Homers by Dennis Menke and Frank Boiling gave the Braves al the runs they needed. St. Louis scored its only run in the ninth on singles by Cur Flood and Dick Groat and a force out. Lew Burdette will start for St Louig against his former room mate Warren Spahn ot the Braves toda'y. The A's will send E{ Rakow against the Red Sox's Bil Monbouquette this afternoon in Boston. Gunsmoke. ha s long been one of our favorite television shows. Milburn Stone who plays Doc Adams in the show has been one of our favorite television performers. Thus, you can imagine what a thrill it was to get to take him on a fishing trip recently. "Doc" as he is affectionately known to his millions of television fans is a fabulous charac- er. It was a big moment in our .ife to get to fish with him. You {now how it is as you watch some one do'wn through the years as they play a part, you wonder what they ar e like in real life. In television people come right into your living roam each week and you feel like you ought to know them. We .felt that way about the stars of Gunsmoke. We never dreamed that we would get to meet them much less get to fish with them. A few years back when Doc, Kitty and Chester were appear ing at the J-Bar-H rodeo at Camdenton. Mo., we got to meet them. Then on Lake of the Ozarks Bonnie and I got to fish with Doc and Kitty. They were the kind of people we hoped they would be. They were nice to us and nice to everybody. When we learned that Dos genuinely liked to fish we Invit ed him back for a fishing trip to Canada. He said that he woult love it, if he could get the time, The vrars rolled on. His sche'd ule war heavy and so was ours, Wo wanted, to take him to Gods Lake in Manitoba in early July. This posed a problem be cause the summer months are z busy time for the Gunsmok crew. It was especially difficul for hin. to know in advance when he might get'a few days tha he was not needed in the script This past snring we set up tentative p.an s for the last week of June. It looked for a tim that we VA-ukto't get to make il Last week after some juggling o dates we did make it. Doc flew into Kansas City, spent the nigh with us and the next day wi flew to International Falh There we met our boy Dusty anc Doc's friend, Preston Clark o Wichita, Kans., who had flown on ahead of us. One of Barney Lamm's pilot's Tommy Sigerson, flew us to Ihei base camp at Kanuchuan Rap ids to fish Gods Lake, We want ed Doc to get the fishing that w though would thrill him most That is why we chose Barne; Lamm's operation on God Lak to start the trip. We have had many excitin, trip? to God s Lake. Each tim it seems we get a greater thrill We love the country and w .knew Doc would love it too It's wild and rugged beauty ha a strange attraction to us. While only some four hundred miles from Kenora, Ontario, it gives you the same feeling of remot- ness that you get at the Arctic Circle. There is no way that we could get tired of any part of a Pag* 3 Giiritaii City T Thursday, July 25, 1963 Sherman's Grill, Packers Score Important Wins Sherman's Grill and Smith 'ackers scored Important wins at Chet Cleaver Field here Wednesday night during a Southwest Cansas league women's softball double-header. In the nightcap, Sherman's overpowered Coca-Cola, 11-5, eliminating t<» losers from tho SWKL title race. The opener saw Smith beat Garden City Telegram, 13-3. That game was called at the end of six frames bo ausc of the league's runs-ahead rule. Coke's defeat was Its fourth In SWKL acton. Sherman's ami Kismet now have just two league defeats each. Sherman's ends Its league season Friday hero against Smith. Kismet still must play Lakln, Dcerflcld, and Clmarron. Sherman's had a big 10-5 edge In hitting and Coke committed .11 errors. Tho winners led the distance stacking up a pair of three-run Innings. Pam Harsh tripled and singled for Sherman's; Mary Ann Madcr, Erlccn Morris, and Mardollo Kcnyon each singled twice. Helen Ororcco tripled and doubled for Coke. Shirley Nusmm pitched the win for Sherman's fanning' seven batters and walking five. P o r Coke, pitcher ' Rita Sorvantez struck out two batters and walk cd five. Wide Variety in Slow-Pitch Play Second home run of (he league season over the 275-foot fences. An extra-Inning game. A contest with W hits, Including 27 by one team. That was (he "menu" at Fan- slcr Field here Wednesday night during « men's slow-pitch softball league, triple-header. In the opener, Church of the Nazarcne defeated Welder* Sup-' ply, 13-0, with an eight-run fifth Inning. Welders (hen topped St. .lames Lutheran Church, 22-17. in an elght-lnnlnn game with A football-like score. Tho nightcap saw Lutherans Irst Methodist Church, 10-1. In game that went just throe ramcs because of the league's l-nms-nltead rule. Nazarenes rapped out 18 hits taking the opener. Dave Lin- uh singled three times for the vtnners ami .tohn Sims sfnylcd vfcco and homered. Kent Marn paced the losers with a pair f doubles and a single. Big frame for th 0 winners wns Iio fifth when eight runs came n on eight hits and four Welders rrori. ip there, either the fishing or ic traveling. The flight from Kenora to •Canuchuan is an experience that ou'll never forget, as is each ight out for a day fishing, 'lying the bush country is real- f something. Barney has many great pilots and such men as Rex Kiley and Doug Cameron ar c a legend in flying the bush. The weather was perfect when e arrived at the rapids camp. Doc thrilled to every moment of .he trip. He sat up with the plots on each flight with his eyes soaking in every inch of the wild northland. The fishing was tremendous. Doc caught walleye, northern and lake trout in numbers you would hardly believe. This was IMS first taste of fishing in Candian waters but he caught on quickly.' He has quick reflexes and a soft touch, the thing it takes to make a good fisherman. Lake trout on light tackle thrilled him most. He got the touch quickly and the fish were really wild. Then we had some fantastic walleye fishing on ultra-light tackle. You wouldn't have beliv ed it had you been there. Really it was just that great. We didn't get to make Gods River for trout, on account of fog, the day we planned but reserved thai for the next time Doc comes back to fish with us. to spend the last two days at We left the Gods Lake fishing Barney's Ball Lake Lodge. There we had some great lake trout fishing. Again /Doc could hardly believe his eyes at the accomp clations, the service, the scenic beauty and the fishing. It thrilled us to see him get such pleas ure our of the trip. W e just hope that he will come back and fish with us again. He is a great guy. He loves the out doors and he loves to fish. We cannot think of anyplace that of fars more of that than Gods Country, with Barney's crew. As we have said so many times would take a lot of that kind o living to make us sick! Serona Downing in Trans-Miss Meet Serona Downing of Garden City is taking part in the 33rd annual Trans-Miss women's golf tourney at Pinchurst Country Club in Denver. The big meet runs throughout Uiis week, ending Saturday. Fifty-nine linksler. e are taking part. Included are medalists, semifinalists, runners-up and winners of various slate, tri-state, regional, and national tourney. The 1964 American Bowling ongress tournament will be held n Oakland, Calif., Feb. 22-April 36. Last tournament on the West oast was in 1954 at Seattle. R H E Cole* 030 000 2- 5 5 11 Sh.rm.n 220 034 x-11 10 3 Smith oufhlt Telegram, 10-4, In the opener and committed jus wo errors. Telegram had n 1 n < nlscues, Ruth Saffcll a n ( Yvonne B c 11 a c h each slnglcc .wice for Smith. Karen Von John tripled and Linda Vcn John don bled. Laura Patee tripled for Tclo gram. Deo Sroufo, Robin Srmifjo and Donna Patc c each singled Pitcher M a x 1 n o Bates foi Smith fanned ^ seven batters ant walked one. For Telegram, Do Sroufo- fanned three and wnlkc one. That game ended ,wlth on out hi the bottom of the slxt frame when Smith wont alien by 10 runs. -Whether buying or selling, use 'olegr:i"i Want Adut Telegram Smith R H 100 200— 3 4 432 031—13 10 (<eno Madcr singled three times. Tom Knrle tripled, doubled, and singled. For the Lutherans, Darwin Rundle doubled twice and singled. Enrl Ellnson and Bill Mai each hit three singles. Forty- eight lilts and 39 runs were recorded In the eight innings. Welder* Lutheran! ft H 000 44! 3ft-22 17 005 314 13—17 21 Welder* tUzerene* R H 000 031 7-49 002 281 x—13 16 Th» second game was a wild uul woolly one. It went ol«ht frames and took 1 hour and 18 ninnies — longest ot any league (nmo ot the season. Welders were one out away ram a 14-13 win in the bottom of the seventh frnnio when a dropped ball In the outfield allowed Lutherans to lie 1h ( , count and end It Into extra Innings. In the eighth, the Welders boomed out 10 hits for eight runs. That gamd featured the second ovor-thc-fenco homer of the sea son. Ken Brungardt poled It over the left field fence In the fifth Inning with one runner on, Me also had a triple, double, niul Hlnglo In that game. Tlie Welders had a huge total of an hits, another onc-ganio season league- record. Gone Brungardt hit five times; foui singles and a double, Larry Hupp singled twice and doubled, am In the final ga.mo Methodists managed just four scattered single,, and committed six errors. Lutherans rapped out 16 hits. . Included In 'ho Lutheran hit array were three singles by Ken Manrfan; two homurs (both Inside the park) by Unle Jones, and a double and single each by Morris Jones and Corky Newltl. Method! it* Lutheran* R H 100- 1 4 745-16 U Lila Farmer Takes Honors Win Fanner of the Gordon City Laundry team rolled high Individual game of 205 at Garden Bowl here Wednesday night as tho Women's Summer Hnndl- etip League finished its ninth v;eok of nctton. Lllla Shonrmlro of th 0 Garden Bowl team posted high Individual series o£ 407. Garden City Laundry had high team game of 468. ' Best tonm series was 1,383 by' Krebs Construction Results: Garden Bowl blanked Myra's by 3-0, totnl pins 1,328 to .1,208;. Kroba Construetln down- ' ed Rlckman Body Shbp by 2-1, 1.303 to 1,362; Lndd'n topped Earl's 08 Service by 2-1, 1,248 to 1,237; Walters Motors scored 3-1 over Northslde Grocery, 1,283 to 1,308; Garden City Laundry downed Conos Dopl Store by 2-1, 1,283 to 1,100. LITTLE LINKS Miniature Golf Course In Flnnup Park Now open nightly at It30 p.m. Open at 2 p.m. on Sat. & Sun. Only 2Se tor 19 holet. FAN FARE By Wah Dfoen WESTERN OPEN c.c. CHICAGO/H.U Kiwanis, Lions Record Wins Kiwanis and Lions won Knothole baseball games in a doubleheader at Clint Lightner Field here Wednesday night. Kiwanis bested Lions, 12-4, in the final Major League game of the 1963 season. Lions tipped Knights of Columbus Ileds, 5-4, in a Minor League make-up contest. In the Major game, Kiwanis had a 12-8 margin in hi'.s. Mar ine and Stucker each singled three times, and Ladd doubled and singled. B. Mills hit four times for the losing Lions: two doubles, a triple, and a single. Orozco got three singles. Stucker fanned eight battero and walked three for Kiwanis. Krug struck out seven and walked five for the Lions. The Minor League game saw Lions rally for three runs in the bottom of he sixth. Reds had a 6-5 edge in hits. For the winners, K. Rauhut singled twice and D. Kauhut doubled Red hits included a double by Ray Geier and t w ,> singles each by Herman and K"aas. Lion pitcher Kitch fanned six hatters i'nd walked two. 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