Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 27, 1963 · Page 13
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Four Slow-Pif€it Tilts End Round Headed for Akron Ttlograrn Photr Dennis Devaney of Syracuse (middle) headed for Akron, Ohio, this morning for the annual All-American. Soap Box Derby. He recently won the first annual Garden City title here. Dallas Enslow (left) and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Devaney (to his right in the photo) accompanied him. Don Jones (second from left) was director of the meet here for the Optimists Club, and Enslow assisted him. The race at Akron is next Saturday- Nolan Motor Co. furnished the car for the trip. sports slate SATURDAY Minor League Knothole baseball double-header at Clint t-iglitnor Field. B-tcam preliminary game starts at £ p.m. KnighLs of Columbus Blues vs. Lions. I Bowling:' No leagues at Garden Bowl. Open bowli.'ig. Practice men's slow-pitch games tentatively scheduled at Fansler Field. Non-league action. SUNDAY Special American junior baseball playoff. 7:30 p.m. at Clint Ijightner Field. One game. City vs. Great Bend in Dodge . game of 2-of-l) playoff for state-meet berth. Start of annual Jistrict men's slow- pitch softball tourney nt Fan.sler Field. Three games. Welders Supply VH. Reed-SUnem'etz at 7:45 p. m. Lutherans vs. Picrceville at 8:45 p.m. Century Refinery vs. Wpldevs- Reed and Stinemote winner at 8:45 p.m. Bowling: Third weekly "No-Tup" Doubles nt CJarde-i Bow. 9 p.m. MONDAY Second iligTit of men's difitrict Hlow-pitch Softball tourney at Funnier Field. Three Kam'ea. Nazarenes vs. Nu. Style Shoe Store at 7:43 p.m. Garnand Furniture Lutheran- Vlerc^ville winner at 8:45 p.m. Kunz Mobil vs. Methodists at 9:45 p.m. double-header at Clint Lightner Minor League Knothole baseball Field. B-teain rjr'.'limi.'iary # a m o .starts at (i p.m. Knights of Columbus Reds vs. Odd Fellows. Space League softball for ifirls nt afcwi 11-15. Two games at 6::iO p.m. TotB vs. Orbits nt Cliet Cleaver Field. Titans vn. Missiles nt Fnn- sler Fiel.l. Final Southwest Kansas League women's softbiill gomes of season. Loldn at Cimurron in iloulile-hf-ad- r.r. Bowling: Monday Mixed Lencjue at 8:30 p.m. Two-Man Scratch Len^ne at 9 p.m. Both at Garden Fiowl. Packers, Coke in Softball Victories Smith Packers upset Sher- niter six frames because of time man's Grill and Coca-Cola de-1 limit. feated Garden City Telegram at diet Cleaver Field here Friday night in the fina] Southwest Kansas League women's Softball twin bill of the local season. The loss by Sherman's virtually eliminated that club from a chance at a share of the SWKL title f Kismet is expected to end up as champion. Kismet won at Cimarron Friday night, 27-7, in five innings, giving up seven runs in th e final frame. Kismet has only two Ie;i gue defcates and ends its season at home Monday against Deerfield. Sherman's loss was its third. Smith bested Sherman's, 15-10 in Friday's nightcap. Cok e dawn In the nightcap, Smith had a 1(5-7 hitting edge as Karen Jones and Karen Yen John each singled three times. Maxine Bates got two singles and a triple. Only two of Sherman's seven hits were for extra bases. Nancy Golay homered and singled. Shirley Nuzum tripled. Shirley Desemo pitched the win, fanning six batter s and walking five. Shirley Nuzum was the Sherman hurler, striking oui three and walking two. Final tour first-round Ramos in the new local men's slow- pitch softhall league weiy piny- cd at Fnnslcr Field here Friday night. Wind buffeted players niul ven n light shower of rain fell. Garden City Co-op defeated >sl Methodist Church, 2T»-t, in lie opener, winning in six frames wcausc of l.hp nms-alieml rule. 'he victory gave Co-op the first- ound title and n berth in next month's slate tourney here. Methodists then plnycd their est game of the season, losing o Ueed and Slincmetz, 13-7 in ne extra inning. The church lub did not win a first-round [ame, but just missed taking its ast contest, Kim/, Mobil Service defeated hurch of the Nazarcne, 15-0, needing just four innings under he runs-ahead rule. Tlmt was he league's second-place game. Vazarenes got just two hits, both ingles. In the nightcap, S(. James jUlhcrnn Church upset Garnand ^urniture b'y 17-11, racking up seven runs on six hits and four irrors in a big sixth inning. Co-op overpowered Methodists n the opener with a 13-run sixth lining. Seventeen players batted md made seven hits. Methodists iad eight errors Mint inning and 9 for the full game. Among Co-op's 20 hits were a wnicr, douplo, and three singles jy Marion Metis. His h o m e r Scared the left field fence, only lie third ovcr-thc-fcnco homer in 45 league Raines. Larry Mowry singled twice and tripled, a n d Standings Final standings for the first round of play in the men's slaw- pitch softball league: Team W L Co-op 8 Kunz Mobil 7 Nazarenes 6 3 Century Refinery 5 Garnand Furn !5 PiercevilliO 5 Recd-Stinemctz 4 Lutherans 3 0 Welders Supply 3 Methodists 0 0 Totals 45 45 R H E Smith Sherman 222 35> 0—T5 16 200 053 0—10 7 Each rival got eight hits in the oiK-ner, but Telegram made cd Telegram, 17-12 in the open-' three more errors than Coke er. The first game was called ^aura Patce singled four time.' __ • for Uie losers, and I>ee Sroufc | homered. For Coke, Nic Guerrero singled twice and homered. Helen Oroz co singled twice and tripled. Coke's big inning was the second, when seven runs came in on just two hits. Seven baiters walk Osuna and Polfox Join for Doubles VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP)-Rafael Osuna and Antonio Palfox, tough enough singles players, join together today in doubles play at j which they're the world's best in a bid to close out Mexico's American Zone Davis Cup tennis series with Canada, With Osuna and Palafox winning in straight sets, th e Mexicans swept into a 2-0 lead in the best-of-5 first-round tie Friday, "Now we go with our strong suit," said team captain Panpho Contreras. "Double s is the strongest point of our team.'' Pitcher Ed Rakow Has Injued Heel Examined KANSAS CITY UP) — Pitcher Ed Rakow of the Athletics returned to Kansas City Friday night for an examination of his ailing left "heel. Rakow, a righthander with a 7-7 < co, and Rita Scrvnntcz pitched record, wa s injured against the for the winners. Telegram Red Sox in Boston Thursday. Dr. Paul Myer hopes to determine the extent of the injury today. There is no indication of how long Rakow will be lost to the A's. ed that inning. Veronica Orozco, Helen Oroz used D e 1 o r e s James. Robin Sroufe, and Dee Sroufc. Telegram Coke R H 431 020—12 8 073 61 x—17 8 5 SHAMROCK SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UPS Let us install a new all steel Muffler for you with a lifetime guarantee. OPEN 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 132 W. Kansas BR 6-995? Page 13 <*'nril<>ii 4'il.v Tele Saturday, July 27, 1963 forty Wntl(< singled twice mill Imiblod. OiUTell Mowry had Ihroo singles. Co-op Methodists R H E 052 32(13)— 25 20 5 201 001 — 4 9 19 Mothodlstj were Just n few fi«ot nwny from upsetting Hoed-Stlne- iietz In the second game. Tho church club tied the count, nt 7-7 n the bottom of the seventh, nnd nid t.ho winning run on third. But thnt runner died on bn.se. Uecd-Stincmct/ then plated six •uns in the extra Inning on five ills and six errors to win it. Hill Whsiiifier led the wlunc'r.i with a lomcr, double, nnd single. Ken Swvrtley singled twice nnd .ripled for the Mel.hodi.slis, nnd Jerry Ogburn singled twice «'«' doubled. R H E* Excavators 10 203 16—13 16 6 Methodists 220 002 0— 7 11 11 Kunz needed just four frames to blank Nnznrcncs nnd I a k e second place. The winners bad n 13-2 edge in bits nnd mndo just two crrowi to six for the losers. Corky Tnbor homered nnd singled for Kunz, nnd Jerry Lucas tripled and singled. The winners plnled eight runs In the fourth on eight lilts to end the game. R H E Nazarones . 000 0— 0 2 6 Mobil 043 B— IS 13 2 Lend changed hands six times in the final game, with the Lutherans Inking over for good with their seven-run blast in the sixth. The winners had a 17-0 hitting edge nnd made six fewe r errors than Garnand. Corky Ncwitt rapped four Lutheran singles. Walter O e h s hit a triple, double, and single. For Onrnand, Ken Allen homer- ed and singled, and .Tim Niemnn tripled and singledd, R H E Lutherans 030 407 3—17 17 7 Garnand 204 200 3-11 9 13 Might need plenty of ruin but this arcu looks like an oasis compared with everything west of here, Feel guilty taking a drink of water in front of Homo of those tre6,s. from out west to stay home for a few days to get some advertising out on other uuc/liorw. Then back east to Wichita Friday for a mighty good machine shop Hale. Another extra fine aircraft auction in Guthrie August 10. Ten airplanen, mostly executive class, and garboon.s of parts. But can't stay away from that wonderful San LIUH Valloy. Have 640 acres of irrigated land plus a $75,000 inventory of machinery to well August 12. Tf it weren't for the expenses we might make as much as a city manager. Like to have thai hot air pcddli'-r alonfi on Hie luxt dilation in the, Vulle.y. Could hai'c xhown him a pot-hc.Uifd titnvr, hif/yer than lit 1 . Make your change now. Buy a home, and be moved in before .school starts. Much easier on the children, you know. We have Home excellent school locations. Financing and everything can be done in plenty of time. Have a nice-Mixed home in an excellent location that might be yours on a trade. Wouldn't hurt to check. Looks like, the, girln won another colcr. from f>-ntitty because they hud my scribbliri(i reduced to typiny by the deadline, \

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