Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 14, 1963 · Page 3
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Six Tourney Entries Receive Sporting Review of Talents Faq» ftnrdoit t'llv Wftdimdoy, August 14, 1963 KAN hAKt (EDITOR'S NOTE: Sixteen teams are entered In this weekend's Kansas state men', slew- pitch softball tourney here. Thl s article discusses six of trie clubs competing. Other teams will be covered later McPHERSON ALL-STARS ;, One of the more-nigged teams i could be the McPherson All; Stars, managed by insurance * agent Bob Wyatt. Slow-pitch has been played in McPherson for at least three season. This club is composed of the top players from the com muni- ty's eight-team church league. McPherson had another fine club this summer: the Night Riders, made up of players from McPherson College. That team was one of onty two to beat rugged DeLoe's Recreation of Hutchinson, the state-tourney favorite. DeLoe's has won some 62 of 64 games. But Wyatt's All-Stars eliminated the Night Riders in the tough 17-team Hutch district meet — and finished as No. 3 team in that tourney to earn its state-meet berth. * * * Bigs, Littles in State Meet Here Eleven different Kansas communities — some big, some so little they're hardly shown on the map — will send representatives to the fourth annual state men's slow-pitch softball tournament here this weekend. Sixteen team s will compete, playing 30 (and possibly 31) games on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Five sessions 'will be played on two different v diamonds: huge Clint Lightner Field and Fansler Field. At stake will be a highly-coveted prize: a berth in the world open slow-pitch tourney to be run over Labor Day weekend. That great tourney will be at Jones Beach, famed resort community near New York City. The 16-team field here has now been completed, with teams earning their state-tourney berths in various manners^ Reno County of Hutchinson is an automatic entry a s two-year defending state slow-pitch champ. Garden City Co-op won the first round of the new men's league Rock Battle At Berlin Wall BERLIN (AP)—A second anniversary .memorial service at the Berlin wall Tuesday night grew into a rock-throwing demonstration by 1,500 West Berliners at two crossing points on the 26Va- mile barrier between East and West Berlin. Most of West Berlin's 2.2 million people heeded pleas of authorities to avoid demonstrations as useless. Memorial services were held at places along the wall, and a mysterious early morning explosion and a shot were heard on the East Berlin side. The demonstration ended shortly before midni'ght after almost four hours of shoving and shouting. It began after a group of 200 youths placed a wreath at a memorial for poisons killed trying to escape from East Berlin. I.BJ, Stevenson Attend Funeral MADISONVILLE, Tenn. (AP)— Estes Kefauver, a Tennessee Dem\ ocrat who made his mark in the ! U.S. Senate and created a mem- | orable campaign picture as .the l man in the coonskin cap, was | buried Tuesday at the family | home in east Tennessee. j As the mahogany casket was \ lowered, a downpour swept over j the crowd of mourners, among \ them Vice President Lyndon B. j Johnson and Adlai E. Stevenson, jU.S. ambassador to the United Na! tions. j Kefauver, 60, died last week ) after a heart attack. | His widow, Nancy, forced a | smile occasionally during the sim- i pie service on the porch of the i century-old home. Their son and (three daughters sat with her. j An Air Force honor guard bore i the coffin, draped with the flag, : to the grave. i Kefauver sought the Demo- I cratic presidential nomination in ) 1952 and 1956, losing both times to Stevenson. He was Stevenson's running mate in 1956. Haitian Government Reinforces Points PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (AP) —The Haitian government has reinforced military checkpoints outside the capital and is reported tightening security on the plain east of the capital as rumors persist of more rebel invasion plans. A week after Haitian exiles invaded the northeast in an abortive attempt to bring down President Francois Duvalier, the capital was filled with rumors °f new planned fora'ys. Ussery Rides 4 Winners SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP)—Bobby Ussery rode four winners at Saratoga Monday. He missed having a six-winner day when he was beaten a nose in two other races. here to earn a berth as host team for the 1963 meet. But the other 14 clubs had to qualify through one of seven district tourneys. Those were held at Clay Center, Atchison, Hutchinson, Dodge City, Garden City, Zenda, and Garden Plains. The Hutch tourney was the largest of all, attracting 17 teams. Ten teams competed in the district meet at Garden City and Zenda, and 12 at Garden Plain (near Wichita). Eight took part at both Dodge City and Cla'y Center, and seven at Atchison. In addition, sub-district tourneys were necessary at Bloom (10 teams) and Minneola (12 teams) to send the eight clubs on to Dodge. Thut the 16 teamt competing here ove r the weekend are the survivors of 86 which started district or sub-district action. Some 200 teams now play slow- pitch in Kansas, but only the 86 entered tourneys to try for state- meet berths. Hutchinson (where the game was introduced to Kansas only a few summers ago) and Dodge City are the busiest slow-pitch centers in the state. Hutch had some 35 clubs playing thi s summer. Sixteen teams were in the Dodge City league. Atchison also had 16 squads. Thus Hutchinson has three entries here and Dodge three. Two teams are entered from Wichita, plus one each from Council Grove, Garden City, Willowdale, Rozel, Pierceville. Atchison, McPherson, and Wilsey. DeLoe's Recreation Is a strong favorite to win the state title. That club won the first annual Garden City Invitational earlier this summer in a breeze. It has won 62 of 64 games and finished first in the big Hutch district meet. A number of the teams have colorful nicknames, and their team rosters have varied make- ups. Her e are the first-round pairings for all 16 clubs: Friday Christensen Grain of Pierce- vfll* vs. Rozel Merchants, (7 p.m. at Lightner Field. Garden City Co-op vs. Gamble- Butler of Dodge City, 7 p.m. at Fansler Field. DeLoe's Recreation of Hutchinson vs. Willowdale, 8 p.m. at Liehtner Field, Riverside Lanes of Hutchinson vs. LazV-R Cafe of Wichita, 8 p.m. at Fansler Field, Saturday McPherson All-Stars vs. Wilsey Bluejays, Field. 1 p.m. at Lightner Stevens Candy and Tobacco Co. Moose Lodge of p.m. at Fansler of Wichita vs. Dodee City 1 Field. Atchison Knights of Columbus vs. Penninaton Sporting Goods of Dodge City, 2 p.m. at Lightner Field. Bowery Bo'ys of Council Grove vs. Reno County of Hutchinson. 2 p.m. at Fansler Field. Women Golfers Win Battle of the Slacks SYDNEY, Australia (AP)—British, Canadian and New Zealand women golfers have won the battle of the slack s at the sedate Royal Sydney Golf Club, where the Australian championship starts Friday. The club committee has granted the visitors special dispensation from its usually strict rules on dress. 'Crutch' Game Planned An "old man's" softball game with a "crutch" at stake is tenta- tatively scheduled between two local service clubs here Thurs- dy night. The game would match members of the Lions and Rotary clubs. Game time would be 7 p.m. at Chet Cleaver Field. Seven Bronc Players Are Released Tuesday FORT COLLINS. Colo. (AP)Seven player? were released Tuesday by the Denver Broncos of the American Football League. They included ends Sam Smith of Wichita and Charlie TidweU of Kansas. The* All-Stars have also played DeLoe's six times this summer. All were defeats, but several were by narrow margins. They could be a darkhorse threat. The team has played some 20 games against rugged central Kansas opposition. It has won about 12 and lost eight. WILSEY BLUEJAYS From Morris County (northwest of Emporia) will come the Wilsey Bluejays. Wilsey is a tiny community near Council Grovc. That team i s managed by Loren Oti s a nd is playing slow-pitch for the second 'year. The Blue- jays haves layed such teams in their area as Alta Vista, Dwlglil, Council Grove, and White City. The Bluejays have lost only three or four games this summer. Most of their players are in their early 20s, some older. A couple of school teachers are in the lineup, plus three or four farmers. Wilsey won the championship of the recent eight-team district tourney at Clay Center, besting Council Grove's Bowery Boys 5-4 for the title in an eight-inning thriller. The Bluejays made just one error in the championship game. Other teams in that meet included three from Clay Center and one each from Council Grove, Marysville, Broughton, and Leonardville. COUNCIL GROVE One of the more colorfully- named teams in the tourney will come from Council Grove — the Bowery Boys. That club was tagged with its nickname to honor its manager, Dr. J. E. Bowers, a general physician. He is acquainted with a number of Garden City physi- 29th Baseball Congress Opens WICHITA (.AP)—Seventeen days of baseball begin at Wichita Friday as the National Baseball Congress opens its 29th annual tournament. Thirty-two teams will compete and 10 games are scheduled this weekend in tho double-elimination affair. The defending champion Wichita Dreamliners are entered, along with the 1961 tiflists, Ponchatoula, La., and the 1960 winners, Grand Rapids, Mich. In thg opening doubleheader Friday night, North Platte, Neb., will meet Jefferson City, Mo., and Denver, Colo., will play the Wichita Classmen. There will be three games Saturday and five on Sunday. The Liberal, Kan., B-J's are now in the tournament, replacing Smithfleld, Utah which withdrew. Liberal won third place in the recent Kansas State tournament. President Ray Dumont announced this schedule for Satur- dav and Sunday: Saturday — Watkins, Iowa vs. Albuquerque, N.M.; Cherokee, Okla., vs. Leachville, Ark.; and Forest Park, Ga., vs. Liberal B-J's. Sunday—Loser of the Denver- Wichita game vs loser of Watkins- Albuquerque game; loser of North Platte-Jefferson City game vs loser of Cherokee • Leachville game; winner of Cherokee-Leachville game vs winner of Watkins. Albuquerque game; winner of Wichita-Denver vs winner of North Platte-Jefferson City game; Warren. Pa. vs Greenville, Tenn. Chiefs Release Sdmmi e Leonard KANSAS CITY (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs released Sammi e Leonard, a defensive lineman and reduced the camp roster to 44 Tuesday. They must cut six more players before opening day. The regular season roster totals 33, with up to five pla'yers on the taxi squad, an emergency unit used only in the went of injuries. Leonard missed a week of practice because of a cut near the right eye. He has prospects of landing a coaching job at a high school in his home town, Fort Worth, Tex. Pierceville Wins PIERCEVILLE — Pierceville downed Garden City 11-10 here late Tuesday in a small-boys softball game. The game was the second meeting of the two rivals. At Garden on Sunday night as part of a benefit program, Garden had won, 23-13. No-Hitter Pitched WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WIs., (AP) — Ollie Brown, a 19-year- old right-hander from Long Beach, Calif., pitched a no-hitter Tuesday night a s Decatur, 111., defeated Wisconsin Rapids 8-0 in a Midwest League baseball game. clans and hag visited here several times. Council Grove adopted slow- pitch only last summer and the Bowery Boys played as the Rotary Club team in 1962. Four teams competed in Council Grove this summer, and the Bowery Boys were an independent squail. All players on the squad are businessmen, and they range through a wide variety of occupations. Several school teachers are in the lineup. The club ha s won about 10 games and lost only three. Each of those defeats have been by the nearby Wilsey Bluejays — another team that will be competing here. Wilsey beat the Bowery Boys 5-4 in one extra inning in tho finals of the Clay Center district meet. Other teams played by Council Grov c this summer include White City, Alta Vista, and Dwight. ROZEL MERCHANTS Rozel's Merchants earned their state-meet berth by finishing fourth in the rugged eight-team Dodge City district meet. Slow-pitch i s brand new in Rozel thi s summer, introduced there by Ray Patterson, Dodge City Junior College athlete. He will be at University of Wichita this fall. Patterson learned about the game while attending school in Dodge, one of the state's slow- pitch hotbeds. He took it back to his home" town, and is manager of this team. Rozel, in Pawnee, County, is one of Kansas' most-noted athletic towns. It has won several state basketball titles. Harold Patterson, former Garden City Junior College and University of Kansas great — now a Canadian football playe r — hails from there. He is Ray's brother. Six teams took part in Ro/.el slow-pitch this summer, for the game caught on in a hurry. This club i s not expected to be a title contender here — but Rozel athletes are alwa'y s good for an upset or two, no matter what the sport. WILLOWDAUE From Kingman County in south central Kansas will come Willowdale, a standout team with an overall season record of 30 wins in 32 games. The club is managed by Joe Arensdorf, custom cutter and cattle hauler. H e has a number of acquaintances in the Garden City area Ages of the players range from 23 to 38. Included are such varied occupations as school teacher, postmaster, farmer, bulk oil dealer, and the like. This summer was the first in that region for slow-pitch softball on an organized basis. Some teams have been playing match games on Sunday afternoons for the past three years there, however. A new league was organized tills summer with nine teams: Pratt, Medicine Lodge, Cunningham, Willowdale, St. Leo, Hillsdale, Belmont, and Spivey. Willowdale won the first round with a 8-1 record. Then came the district meet at Zenda, six miles southeast of Willowdale. Ten teams competed, including two each from Pratt and Zenda and one from Kingman. That one wound up Sunday, with Willowdale playing four games in a few hours: 28 long innings. Willowdale lost in the semi-finals by 11-7 to the Pratt Diamonds, then won the losers- bracket finale. Willowdale then came back to nudge the Diamonds twice: 10-4 and 10-7. That put the colorful Kingman County club into the state tourney here at Garden City. ATCHISON Another rugged entry here will be the Knights of Columbus team from Atchison. Manager of the squad is real estate man Pat Wil- Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National L«*gu« Los Angeles . 69 47 ,395 — San Francisco 66 St. Louis ..... 65 Cincinnati ____ 65 Chicago ______ 61 Pittsburgh ... 60 Philadelphia . 01 52 S3 56 54 57 58 59 75 79 .559 .551 .537 .530 .513 .513 .504 .375 .325 9M) 9'4 20 Milwaukee ... CO Houston 45 New York .... 38 Tuesday's Results' Milwaukee 4, Lo s Angeles 3 Cincinnati 4, San' Francisco 0 St. Louis 4,, Houston 2 Pittsburgh at New York, rain Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles nt Milwaukee (Nl San Francisco al Cincinnati (N) Houston at St. Louis (N) Pittsburgh nt New York Chicago at Philadelphia (2 twi- night) Thursday's Gam** Pittsburgh at New York (N) Chicago nt Philadelphia (Nl Snn Frnncisco nt Cincinnati (N) Lo s Angeles at Milwaukee Houston at St. Louis (N) American League W. U. Pet-G.B. New York .... 74 40 .649 — Chicago 67 50 .573 B'/j Minnesota 65 52 .556 lOMi Baltimore 1 ..- 66 54 .550 11 Cleveland .... 57 62 .479 19V., Boston 55 60 .478 lOVi Kansas City .. 53 62 -.461' 2Ui Los Angeles .. 35 66 .455 22Va Detroit 51 64 .443 23 tt Washington .. 42 75 .359 33Vi Tuesday's Results Chicago 3, Cleveland 0 Baltimore 6, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 4, Detroit 2 Los Angeles 4, Washington 3 New York al Boston, rain Today's G"m e s New York al Boston (2 day- night) Cleveland at Chicago (N) Baltimore at Minnesola (N) Detroit at Kansas City (N) Washington at Los Angeles (N) Thursday's Gam e s Washington at Lo s Angeles Detroit at Kansas Cify Ballimore at Minnesota (N) Now York at Boston Only games scheduled To determine a pitcher's earn ed run average, .multiple the to* tal earned runs charged against hi s pitching hy nine, and divide the result by the total number of Innings he pitched. By Walt TO PO TO COLLECT FOR HIS PAPER ROUTE ' Spahn Sets New Strikeout Mark By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer It was all very simple. No bugles blaring, bombs, bursting, or lightning flushing. Hawk-nosed old Warren Spahn simply cranked up his 42-year-old arm and threw a third strike past. Bob Miller of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Hardly unusual. Old Spohnie' had done that, sort of thing only 2,381 times before. Lat- sports slate WEDNESDAY n»t of tlil-oo iil|flit« for Ton-nrtll [-/CHKUO anil Hpiico LiOn^im Junior {Iris Hoftbull tuunmtiK'ni.i nl Jlcuvi'i- Field. (tniiKw nl fi'.UO p.m., 7:30 p.m., mill 8:il() p.m. Tlireo mcn'M lemons Mnw-pllcli BoTl- iill {tunica nl B'nnBlor FMi\. llnr- nd VurnltlH'a vs. Church nf 1 h o Niuni'arto nl 7:4B p.m. Uanloji ('Ity Co-op VH. Nu-Slylo Shoo Htoro ill KMIi p.m. Kiitir. Mobil Scrvtcn VH. St. Jnmoi Lutheran Church nl 0:<I5 p.m. TIH1USDAY 'Ohl Mnn'fl Cnilrli" «nfthnll. KIUIIO Icntiitlvnly sclicdulcul botwnnn Ijlmis nnd Uolnry, 7 p.m. ul Choi Clunvur Klold. Two men'fl loiiRim Hlow-pllch Hofl- hnll Kir.lieH nl Faimlflr Flulil. Wnlil- ciw Supply vs. Conlury Keflnory nl 7:45 p.m. Reecl-SUiicmotz Ifixuuvnlom vn. Snlo Burn nl 8:4I> p.m. Omni- Hi;lv(!(liili?(l ill 9:45 p.m. lintwwn I'iprnnvlllo nnd MnlhoiilslH linn boon powlponod. Annual organizational mcntlng fcr (jimlflii Clly Woincii'» HowlliiK Ai 8 p. in. al Gardnn Bowl. ruinAY Slni'l of tlirn'u-day Kannns Hl IUCII'H Blow-pitch nofllmll tourimmeiit here. 10 tciiniH taking purl. Might K'nini'a tonight. Four al Clint LlK ner Field, four ill FuiiHlnr Kit hi. Play stnrU ut 7 p.m. on both rioli Annual orgn-ilzatloiml moftti'iR foi Garden City MCM'B Bowling AMIII. p.m. at Garden Bowl. - cr he raised his record to 2,383. But this was the one that put. him in the record book. It broke Uii'be WnddoH's M-yenr record of 2,381 strikeouts h.r n left-hander and brought the Milwaukee marvel one of the few pitching records still eluding him. "You always think about records being set with n big, dramatic act," Spnlin s nid Tuesday night, "But. in tho seventh Miller iust stood there and look the third strike, and (hut's all there was o it." Spahn finished with Ivr strike- )utis in the 4-3 victory over the Dodgers for a career total of 2,383, Tho victory was his third without loss tills season against L,o s Angeles, his 14th over-all, nnd 34.1st of his career. Tho Dodgers, however, main- 'nlncd their four-game National League lend when the second- place San Frnnclsco Cilnnls were stopped 4-0 on two hits hy Cincinnati's Jim Maloney. St. Louis closed to within five 86 Hits Recorded In Softball Games had two leagues of son. Atchison eight teams each this summer. It was the first time that the northwest Kansas city had had all slow-pitch softball. A pre-season tourney was held | to divide the 16 clubs into A and I B divisions. The Knights won | b'oth that tourney and the rcgu-! lar A league. ! Only one defeat has been reg- j istered against the Knights this summer. That was early in the district tourney at Atchison, in which seven teams took part. The j Knights got the first-round bye. Five other teams in the meet Welders Supply, Garnand Furniture, and Reed-Stinemelz Excavators won second-round men's league slow-liitch softball games at Fansler Field hcne Tuesday night. In the opener, Welders defeated Nu-Style Shoe Store, 15-13. Welders rolled up a 15-0 lead in 4!/j frames and was just three outs away from winning on the runs-ahead rule. But Nu-Stylc piled up ei'ght runs in the bottom of the fifth and five more in the sixth to almost finish a winner. Welders rapped out 19 singles and a double; 13 error s hurt the losers. Larry Rupp hit three singles and a double for Welders, and Kent Martin got four singles. Gary Richmcier got three singles. For Nu-Stylo, Bob Adams and Stove Floyd each singled and doubled. Joe Deseino, D ! c k Crook, and Ted Porter each singled twice. R H E Welders 310 560 0—15 20 7 Nu-Style 000 085 0—13 14 13 Second game saw Century get just four hits and commit 1.1 errors, in losing by 17-5. Dale Sparks humored Inside UIR park. The other three hits were singles. Garnand got 10 runs on eight hits and eighl Cenlury errors in the third frame. The winners got 18 hits, including 16 singles. Jim Niemun homered, doubled, and singled. Wally Buscue hit throe singles. Ray Allen, Kent Hummer, Lcs Peck, and Tom Brun gardt each singled twice. The gam* went six frames because of Hie runs-ahead rule. 1 R H E Century 000 401 .—5 4 13 Garnand 30(10) 112—17 18 4 In the final game of the night, the rivals made only three er rors each. Rccd-Slincmol/. down cd Church of the Nazarene 105. Each team also got 15 hits. All Nazarene hils were singles; the winners tfot 13 singles and two doubles. The score was tied at 5-ull for several innings before the Excavators got five runs in the seventh to win it. Virgil Hands paced UMJ win ners witli two singles and a double. Ron Kauffman, Ray Hudson Gene Tnldo, and Don Bowlby each singled twice. Lynd Thornp son led Nazarenes with three singles. Ken Klliott, Ndl Hacker alt, and Paul Walker each sin filed twice. Excavators Nasarenet R H E 130 100 5—10 15 3 023 000 0- 5 15 3 were from Atchison, plus the nearby town of Effirvgham. The | Knights were upset by Effing-1 ham early in the meet. But they | came out of the losers bracket j to defeat that club twice for the title — and the state-tourney i berth. i The title game was played Sun- j day night. Knights' won it 8-6 after trailing 6-2 in the fifth frame. That avenged the only Knight loss of the season. A number of businessmen are i on the team. They range in age from 21 to 30. The same group played fast-pitch softball last summer and won the district title at Leavenworth. Madison Square Garden's 30th consecutive college basketball j season opens Dec. 6 with Navy! playing Manhattan and T u 1 s a ! meeting NYU. | LITTLE LINKS Miniature Golf Course in Finnup Park Now ep»n nightly «t 6:30 p.m. Op.n «t 2 p!m. on Sat. 4 Sun. Only 2Sc for It ••!•*. Notice Improved freight service to Garden City, Dodge City, Pratt, Liberal 6 Hutchinson, effective Tuesday, August 13th. FREIGHT WAYS, INC. will operate overnight from Kansas City without transfer. FREIGHT WAYS, INC. operates out of Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and Oklahoma City. Title Contests Slated Tonight In Tournaments Championships will be decide.t 1 in both local junior girl softbal! tourneys at Chet. Cleaver FicU 1 hero tonight. Three games arc slated. At 6:30 p.m., Beavers play Sharks far the Tee-Bali Leagu tourney title. At 7:30 p.m., Hock ets and Missiles play for thlw in the Space League tourney. Th 8::tO p.m. feature mutches Orbit and Titans for the Space Lengu in net crown. The games end Hie season fo both groups of girls. Three contests were playec Tuesday night. Hadgei's I) e u Antelopes 2(1-1 for third pliice it the Tee-Ball tourney, both team* using pickup players to fill on their rosters. Other two Tuesday games wort Space League .semi-finalH. Titans- beat Missiles, 12-1. and Orbits downed Rockets, 7-3. In the Too-Bull game, Patricia Connors homered twice to leaf the Badgers. Vlckl Garcia tripl ed. Antelopes made 21 errors in losing. Dabble Garcia homorcc and tripled for thai team. Titan pitcher' Glomln Roderick allowed juat two singles. Slu fanned nix bailors and wulkci four. She also homered and sin fled. Her Icamrnalc, Pat Ilein/ .singled twice and doubled. Tilunu mado only two errors, the Mis siles five. For tlii; Orbits, pitcher Putri cla Dougulass also allowed jim two hits. Those were u single am double by Robbie Cline. Patricia funned six nnd walked four. Dcnnna Abrarns homered for tho Orbits. Linda Slrickert sin Kind twicu. ;amos of the lenders nnd one ot he Glanls by beating Houston 4-2 n the only other National League (nine plnyeti. Pittsburgh at New York was rained out, nnd Phil- idetphla and Chicago were not tchcdulcd. In Ihn American League, the ending New York Yankee, wore allied out in Boston, Ciilcngo ihut out Cleveland 3-0, Baltimore teat Minnesota 0-1, Kansas City •dgod Detroit 4-2 nnd Los Angeles irokc n seven-game losing string •3 against Washington. Spahn'* victory In hl» first: slurt since ho was sidelined with' irm trouble July 29, wa s partlcu- nrly gratifying. It caino nt tho jxpense of the only club which ins an edge against him. Ho wont nto the game with n corcor record of 21-34 against the Dodgers and had to work hard to P"H It )Ut. Tiro Dodgers pulled Into a 3-3 IP with a run In the slxilh, but Denis Mcnkc's socriflcc'fly drove n Hunk Aaron with the tic-break- ;r for the Braves In the eighth. Mnloncy, n (l-foot-2 right-hand- er; allowed only singles to Fcllpo Mou nnd Hnrvoy Kuenn, struck jut seven Giants and walked only one In posting his 18th victory of he season for Cincinnati. He got all tho 'backing h c needed on two- run homers by Frank Robinson and Vada Plnson. Men's Sfow-Pitan Game Postponed A men's league slow-pitch softball game scheduled hero Thursday night has been postponed. It will bo made up at n Inter date. The contest was to hnvo match- cd Christensen Grain of Pierceville against First Methodist Church at 0:45 p.m. Pierceville plays In the state tourney nt 7 p.m. the next day, so (lie team was allowed to postpone UN contest of Thursday' night. The other two Thursday KIUJHJ.H will be plnyocl as scheduled. Bowlers' Meeting Is Scheduled for Friday Annual organizational meeting of the Garden City Men's Bowling Assn. is scheduled here Friday night. Tho session gels underway at 8 p.m. at Garden Bowl meeting room. President Bob Matthews will be In charge. (lilies for the 10IK1-04 season will be (liscuHsed and plan* laid for the fnll-winlor schedule of lUUgUOH. When Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers beat the MotH 1-0 on July 12 he run his scoreless Inning siring uguinol the New Yorker* to 114 innings. NEW LINCOLN 180-AMP AC WELDER Now SIT0.00 WELDERS SUPPLY Phone BR 6-4861 REAL ESTATE AUCTION Monday, August 19th at 3:00 P.M. AT SUBLETTE, KANSAS Loft 34, 35, and 36 in Block 21 in Cave's Second Addition. Corner lots, 75' x 140' 3 Blocks West of High School and 2 Blocks north of Hospital. Has Two bodroom Modern Home, 2 Car garage and a Utility Building 10' x 15'. MABEL WAHON ESTATE LeRoy Anderson, Administrator. Dora E. Long Agency 317 N. Seventh St., Garden City, Kansas Earl Barton, Auctioneer.

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