Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 31, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, July 31, 1963
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Fifth Straight Win FAN FARt Angels Get Off Ground By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS They aren't flying high, but it appears the Los Angles Angels have at least gotten off the ground. The surprise team of last year. a thirel-plncc finisher in its second season, has born a surprise this year too—in reverse. After sputtering through April. May an<l June, the Angels wont into a dive at the si art of July and as late as five days ago wore in eighth place. But five straight victories have carried them to sixth—the highest they've boon in a month. The Angels' latest victory came Tuesday night at clew-land when they frittered away a four-run lead, then won 6-4 with two runs •In the 10th innin«. The New York Yankees kept ^heir eight-game hold on the Jeaguo lead by beating Kansas •City 0-2 with four runs in the '.eighth inning. Chicago's second- T>lace White Sox trimmed Washington 5-1. Baltimore had 18-hils and Milt Pappus pitched a four-hitter as the Orioles blasted Detroit 9-0. Vic Wcrtz's pinch single sparked a five-run B ixth inning that carried Minn-osota ove r Boston G-3. In the National League, the New York Mets ended an 11-game ios- ing string and a streak off 22 do- feats on the road with a 5-1 triumph over the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers; San Francisco won its ninth straight and moved to QardiMer's within V't games of the top, beat ing Philadelphia .VO; St. I-ouis tripped Cincinnati 7-3; Milwaukee rloutod the Chicago Tubs 9-2, and i Pittsburgh whipped Hou.slon 8-1. ! Ken Hunt singled in the Angels' decisive run in the 10th innin^ aft cr a double by Felix Torres and , nn intentional pass to Leon Wafi- ner. Wagner came in on a Cleveland rrror. John Rlanchard. bark in thn lino-iip aftnr being sidelined for ; five days with bronchitis, pushed (ho Yankees ahead 3-2 in the i fighth with a lino sinRlr- off MOP \ Driibowsky. Cletc Boyer drovn ' n , two moro with ,T hil, and another 1 crossed on a wild pitrh by John 1 Wyatt. i Jim Boufon won his 14th with I a seven hitter, getting the most ! trouble from the Athletics' hoi- I hitting shortstop. Wayne Causey. j He smacked a homer and two dou- ! bios, giving him 13 hits in his last !25 at bats. i Dave DeBusschero was within i one out of his first complete game i and first shutout in the majors ! when the Senators scored — and | chased him — in the ninlh with I singles by Chuck Cottier and Jim King and an error. Jim Brosnan got. the final out. Jim Lemon's three-run homer ant) Mike Hcrshberger's two-run single were the big White Sox hits off Washington's Don Rudolph. Reprieve fo? Ernie Broglio By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ernie Broglio was demoted to the St. Louis Cardinals bullpen 48-hours before the Cincinnati Reds came to St. Louis. But the stocky Cardinal pitcher probably earned a reprieve Tuesday night by coming on in relief to beat the Reds 7-5. Broglio. succeeding a battered Lew Burdettfi-, restricted th e Reds to only one run and five hits during his six and a third inning s of relief. He struck out seven. Bobby Shanty, finished up to preserve the win for Broglio, who is now 11-7 for the season The Cardinals trailing 5-3, ral lied for three runs in tlw> fifth inning. Julian Javier's single, and a walk, set the stage for run- scoring singles by Curt Flood and Dick Groat. Bill White and Charley James homered for the Cardinals. Bob Gibson (12-4) will pitch for • the Cardinals in Busch Stadium tonight against Cincinnati's Jim O'Toola (13-9). Seventh Champion Team Joins Baseball Tourney WICHITA (AP) - Tho Wichita Classmen are among six more champion teams certified into the National Baseball Congress tournament which starts here Aug. 16. Fourteen of the 32 teams in the starting bracket now have been certified. Among earlier teams named 'were Ui e Wichita Dream- liners, one of four leading teams last year. AT THIS TftACK- WE HOftKY? Poqe 8 Ciardrn < itv Telegram Wednesday, July 31, 1963 QJ District Meet Pairings Set Blues Take Double \From Kiwanis Club ThreeTeamsEliminatedfrom Slow-PitchTournamentHere First thrre squads were elimi-i The three other games natnd" from the 10 team field at] losprs-bracket matches, were[ Other two games are winners- with bracket semi-finals. Reed-Stine- Fanslcr Field her c Tuesday night i winners sidelined from the meet, j tnetz Excavators tak e on Church in the third night of action in the Nu-Style Shoe Store, just one'of the Nazarene at 8:45 p.m., first annual district men's slow- out away from a win, lost to a: Chnstenscn Gram of Pierceville first pitch softball tournament. At stake is a single berth in next month's state tourney here. Both meets ar e double-elimination. Welders Supply rally, 6-5, in one, mixes with Kunz at 9:45 p.m: extra inning. j Kunz rapped out 17 hits in St. .James Lutheran Church bcating Methodists Tuesday, then eliminated the Methodists, Marion Martin anti B ud Deaver 12-7. Nightcap saw Welders Sup- Pairings for next week's annual Class B district women's softball tournament have been announced by Leo Eck of Garden City, district softball commissioner. Five teams will take part in the five-day meet. Winner gets a berth in the annual Class B state tourney at Great Bend. Kismet's Komets. campions of the eight-team Southwest Kansas League formed only this summer., are top-needed in t h e tourney and draw the first-round bye. Other four teams entered are from Garden City: Smith Packers, Coca-Cola. Sherman's Grill, and Garden City Telegram. Sherman' s is composed of Hoi- comb Knights of Columbus downed Kiwanis tsvice in League Knothole baseball at Clint Lightner Field here Tuesday night to end the regular 1963 Knothole slate. Score of the B-team preliminary game was 14-8. In the nightcap the Blues scored a 12-0 no- hit shutout in three frames. Blues rapped out seven hits in the five-inning opener. M. Ortiz singled twice and homer- ed, and Hernandez doubled. For the losers, the hits were two Hunt and one by by singles Ewing. For the Bergkainp winners, pitcher W. fanned nine and walked seven. Kiwani two and Blues and Cronenberg and a double by Minor i Arnold. IOOF pitcher Cronenberg fanned 10 batters and \valksd one. ! Edmundson fanned four and walked two for the losers. 1 The A-team feature saw Odd Fellows have a 10-3 hitting edge, ; getting six extra-base blows. 1 K n i g h t homered, tripled, and i doubled. Nelson singled twice : and doubled. Duarte Downtain 1 tripled and singled, and Taldo homered and tripled. For Rotary, Reed singled twice and Gooden once. IOOF pitcher Carr fanned eight batters and walked two. For Rotary, Dunlap struck out four and - - .each hit three singles. Corky; Four games were played Tues-jply eliminate Garnand Furniture, | Taibor (] ou bl c d twice, and Marvin! day, one- a rained-out contest; 14-12, with a big last-inning blast, j Wel)s doublcd aml s i ny ied. Meth-l carried over from'Monday. Top-j i odists managed just three scat-| seeded Kunz Mobil Service best-; Three games are slated to- tered singles off Kunz pitcher j ed First Methodist Churph, 14-2, i night. The 7:45 p.m. opener is a Martin in that one, the night's opener.. losers-bracket battle, and t h e j It ended in five frames because j loser is eliminated. It matches! of the runs-ahead rule. ' Lutherans and Century Refinery. Two Industrial « Golfers Top Action Jim Gass of Foster Music Co. downed Northern Natural Gas No. 1, 131-144; Gardiner's Dairy defeated Northern Natural Gas and Bill Brandon of the Fire Department shared medalist honors'j with even-par 35's as the Men's Summer Industrial Golf League completed its -ninth week of play at Jaycce Airlinks. Three linkstcrs finished one stroke back at 3G and three others carded 37's. At one-over par were Larry Eves of Jayce/a No. 1, Harold Collier of DeCamp's and Maurice Wisler of Gardiner's Dairy. Clumped at 37 were E. L. Rawlinson of Modern Radio, Doub Weber of Gardiner's Dairy, and Bob Mathews of DeCamp's. Last w e ek's results: Fire Department bested Jaycee No. 1, 131 strokes to 149; DeCamp's —Whether buying or selling, use 1'ologram Want Ads! sports slate WKDNKSDAY Annual Major L e a R u n Knothole playoff gttinu at Clint LiKlUnrr Field. 1 p.m. Klwant.i vs. Rotary. No Miner League playoff tills yuar. Space League nuftbull for girls of iigtw 11-13. Two Bullies, both at 6:.')0 p.m. Juts VH. Titans at Ch'ct Clfavvr FMcl. Orbits vs. Rockets at Fanslor Field. Fourth of six nights of annual men's district slow-pitch softball tournament at flint Light nor Field. Three Kami's at 7:45 p.m., S:-15 p.m., and S:45 p.m. THURSDAY Fifth of six :iights of annual district men's nlow-pltcb Hoftball tournament at Fnntiler Field. Four games: at 7:45 p.m., 8:45 p.m., 9:45 p.m., and lUi'lu p.m. IC-1S AKSII. youth baseball playoffs start tonight. Garden City IOOF at Lnkin at 7:.10 p.m.. MST. Garden City Knights of Columbus Reds at Ulyracfl at 8 p.m.. CST. Four teams move to Garden City Friday night for moro action. Tec-Ball Lt'nguG softball for girls of ngfts 9-10. 6:30 p.m. at diet Clt'ivi'r Field. Badgers vs. Sharks. Bowling: Women's League at 9:15 a.m.: Junior Ixflgiie at 6:15 p.m.; Mixed League at 3 p.m. All at Garden Howl. No. L'. 139-145- Campbell Abstract tipd Cities Seivico Gas, 141-141; Telephone and' Tele- giaph won by a forfeit over Foster Music Co : Modern Radio defeated Jaycep No. 2, also by forfeit. Austin Calt had a bye. Standings afirr the ninth week: Austin's 7-1; Gardiner, 6-2; AT&T, 5V4-2V4; CSG, 5'/2-3'/i; Kh'e Dept., 5-3; DeCamp and Jaycee 1, both 5-4; Modern Radio 4',2-3Vi;; NNG 1, 4-4; Campb»)l, 2V4-5'/a; NNG 2, 2-6; Foster's. 2-7; Jaycee 2, 0-8. Schedule for the tenth week: ,layce e 2 vs. AT&T; NNG 2 vs. Modern Radio; NNG 1 vs. Gardiner; Fire Dept. vs. DeCamp; Austin's vs. Jaycee 1; Campbell *-s. Foster. CSG drew a bye. Pitciher Mohaffey Hurts Ankle in Freak Mishap SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—PWla delphia pitcher Art Mahaffey, a Methodists Kunz R H 020 00— 2 3 S13 Sx—14 17 Nu-Style lost a thriller in the second game. The newly-formed club had a 5-3 lead with two out in the bottom of the seventh — but a dropped outfield fly allowed a Welders rally. Winning run also came In on a dropped outfield fly after two were out in the bottom of the eighth. Each rival made seven errors, and Nu-Style had an 11-7 hitting margin. For the losers, Terry Cleveland tripled and singled. Dick Crook, Mike L u d w i g, and Dwayn e Vaughn each singled twice. No Welders player hit twice. Kenny Brungardt and Dave McDaniel had doubles. Nu-Styl« Welder* R H 010 111 10—5 11 101 000 31—6 6 Methodists had another near- miss in losing to the Lutherans. The count was knotted at 12-12 entering the final frame, but the The tourney is double-elimination, so each team must be beaten twice to be knocked out of the tourney. The meet runs Sunday through Thursday of next week. Eight and possibly nine games will be played, with, double-headers nightly. Games will be at 8 and 9:30 p.m. All action will be at Chet Cleaver Field. Sunday's opening game at 8 p.m. matches Coca-Cola and Smith Packers. Telegram takes on Sherman's Grill at 9:30 p.m. Kismet does not play until 9:30 p.m. Monday when it goes against the Smith-Coke victor. A similar district tourney is no.w underway at Scott City, and another will start soon at CLmarron. Each will also send one team to the state tourney. Magazine Names Listen 'Fighter of the Month' NEW YOPvK (AP) — Heavyweight champion Sonny Liston's second straight first-round knockout of Floyd Patterson earned the champion "Fighter of the Month" honors and dropped Patterson from first to fourth among the contenders in the monthly Ring Magazine ratings released today. Undefeated Cassiu s Clay of Ewing fanned 10. In the nightcap, Kiwanis got just one man on base, that via walk. Blues got seven hits: a triple by Wigner and six scattered singles. Shook fanned two batters nnd walked one for the winners. For Kiwanis, Jones fanned three and walked five. Odd Fellows recently took a twin bill in league play from Rotary. Through- an oversight, the results v °re omitted from the Telegram sports page. IOOF won the B-team prelim by 7-2 and the A-team nightcap by 13-2. In the opener, each club had three hits. For Rotary, Guthrie singled twice and Pauley once. IOOF hits were singles by Finke pitcher j walked one. walked i U.S. 5-Member Tennis Team to Face Britain CLEVELAND (AP) Darlene Hard and Billie Jean Moffitt, both of Long Beach, Calif., and veterans of Wightman Cup campaigns, haad a five-member U.S. team which will compete against Great Britain in the 35th renewal of the tennis classic Aug. 10-11. Joining them for the matches at the Cleveland Skating Club will be a third Californian, Carole Caldwelj of Santa Monica: Nancy Ilichey of Dallas, Tex., and Donna Floyd Fales of New York. The selections were announced Tuesday by Margaret duPont of Wilmington, Del., captain of the U.S. team. Lutherans plated five runs on j Louisville was promoted from sec- four hits and three errors. Lutherans poled 22 hits. Richard Stickney and Gale Jones each singled twice and doubled, and Ken Mangan got three singles. Ned Graham led Methodists with three singles. Ken Swartley tripled and singled. Only four of the 35 hits in For Expert Service See ... 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