Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 17, 1963 · Page 7
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State Tourney into Second Day Only one of the two local entries made it through opening riitfht here Friday as the fourth annual Karma state men's slow-pitch softball tournament got under way. Good-sized crowds turned out for the eight games on Clint Lightner and Pansier fields. Play continues through today and winds up Sunday. Sixteen teams are seeking the state crown and the Kansas' berth in the world open slow- pitch tourney at Jones Beach, N. Y., over the Labor Day weekend. Christensen Grain of Pierceville won its first game and lost its second, so that team is still in the running in the double-elimination tourney. But Garden City Co-op — first-round champ of the new league here — was knocked out in two straight games. Page 12 1'ity Telegram Saturday, August 17,'1963 At Ughtner Field, Pierccville opened with an 8-4 decision over tin: Ro/ol Merchants. DcLoe's Recreation oC Hutcliinson then overcame Willowclalc by 12-6. De- Loe's is generally rated the tourney favorite. Drive's then dropped Pierceville by 10-4. Willowdale followed with a 14-3 win over Rozol that eliminated that team. At Fanslcr Field, Gamble-Butler of Dodge City opened by edging Co-op, 6-5. Riverside Lanes of Hutcliirison then topped Lazy- R Cafe of Wichita by 9-5. Gamhlc-IUitlcr then downed Riverside- by 14-4, and Lazy-R cliniiiinU'd Co-op by 5-2. Only three ovcr-the-fence homers were knocked over the 275- foot fences on opening night. De- Loe's Dick Gisel got the only one Angling Tips Are Offered FOND DU I.AC, Wis. _ Artificial bait manufacturers and anglers go to great lengths to ensure that li.sli can spot their choice offerings even in the most turbid water. But sometimes the fish can sec too much for the fisherman's own good. Ultra-clear waters pose a problem for the angler, since the victim may be able to look over the whole diabolical set-up — bait, hook, and leader. That's a' little too "sporting". Under such circumstances,, thc only answer is to switch to light taekle that escapes detection, and use strut egy that conforms to feeding habits. Light spinning gear is ideal, but the use ofi longw lightweight leaders can) make all types of regular tackle suitable for the task. Select tiny spinners or midget trolling spoons. Pick the runts out of the minnow bucket and use them first. Generally, you'll do your best during th« early morning hours and again at du.sk. Later in thc evening, change to night fishing tactics. But alway fish slow. This applies whether you're casting right next to the bank or bottom -dumping in the depths. Clear water fishing is demanding, but it provides a new kind of challenge and can produce excellent results. If ynu can fool 'cm, you can catch 'em. Tiger Coach O^Mmistic About Football Piospect HAYS (AP)—Coach Wayne Mc- ConnrJl ii cautiously optimistic alxnit this year's football season at Fort Hays State College. Contributing to his confidence are 19 letlermen, M other returning squadmeu and in transfers. The Tigers open the!,, season Sept. 2i at Maryville State and the following woek play Western State of Colorado at Gunnison. Th... first home game is Oct. 5, Atfuinst Kearney State. The first conference same will be Oft. 12 at Hays against Omaha, defending CIO champion. InficUlur-ontfit'ldcr Leo liurke btfgau spring training with the Los Angeles Angels, went to the C;iriii i|,| s j n |.,(,» M;ii-eh and in late June to the Chicago Cubs. at Lightnor Field. At Fansler Field, Gamble-Butler's G«orge Ilornung poled one, and Jerry Ramond of Lazy-R got the other. Pierceville made just two errors against Rozel and was out- hit by 7-8. Carrol Witt homered and singled. Eight different Rozel players got the seven single and a double. Willowdale led DeLoe's early by 4-3, but the Hutch crew took three times for DeLoe's and Larry Vierthaler matched that,for Willowdale. DeLoe's made six errors. Against DeLoe's, Pierceville was outliit 6-9 and made nine errors. The winners made just one mis-cite. Dick Gisel homered and singled and Gary Casey doubled twice for DcLoe. The victory was the 70th in 72 starts for the Hutch team. Gene Sloan tripled and singled for Pierce- viHe. Rozel made 12 errors in los- inj; to Willowdale, while that club plaed errorless ball. Wi- owdalc had a 14-8 hitting margin. Larry Vierthaler and Larry Morris.sc each homered and singled for the winners. Sonny Ic!e- ker doubled and singled for Ro- zcl. Gamble Butler out'hit Co-op by 108. Co-op made four errors to three for Dodge. Darrell Mowry and Doc Golay each singled twice for Co-op. Larry Friend singled twice and tripled for the winners, and Glenn Hormmg tripled and singled. Co-op got all its runs in the last two frames. Lazy-R mack; nine errors in losing to Riverside and was out- hit by 14-12. Jerry Knox singled three times and doubled for the winners, and Frank Kracker singled thr;v> times. For Wichita, Jerry Kittiko singled twice and tripled, and Larry Snyder singled three times. Gamble-Butler slammed out 19 hits against Riverside, while thc losers got just five singles and a homer. For Dodge, Jess Hcnsel singled twice and tripled, and Glenn Ilornung singled twice and doubled. Dave Westzel singled tliree times. Garden Co-op managed just four hits (all singles) in losing! to Lazy-R. Lee Rupp got two of, the h'ts. The Wiehitans had 111 hits, including a homer and two. singles by Jerry Ramoud. Co-op made only two errors, but got just seven men on base. Seventeen games are slated on thc two fields today and tonight. Sessions start at 1 and 9 p.m. at Lightsicr Field ami 1 and 6 p.m. at Fansler Field. Pierceville next plays again at 10 p.m. at Fansler Field. The Grainmcn take on one of four teams: Atchison Knights of Columbus, Pcmu'ngton Sporting Goods of Dodge City, McPherson All-Stars, or Wilsey Bluejays. Candy Spots Eyes Rich Race SARATOGA SPRINGS. N.Y. (AP)—California's Candy Spots, biggest money winning horse of the year, goes after his seventh rich stake s today as the 7-5 favorite in the 94th running of the $75,000-added Travers. One of the largest crowds in many years, is expected for the summit meeting of the Big Three consisting of Rex Ellsworth's Candy Spots, John W. Galbreath's Chateauga'y and Harry F. Guggenheim's Never Bend. Chateaugay was 2-1 and Never Bend 3-1 in the early odds. Three others were entered for the IVi-mile Travers, which decided the 3-year-old title last year when G-eorgc D, Widener's Jai- pur nosed out JGW Stable's Ri- dan. They are Crewman, also owned by Widener, Mrs. A. J. Giordano's Hot Dust, and Louis Lee Haggin It's Choker. Candy Spots finished third in the Kentucky Derby, won by Chateaugay but then took the Preakness. Favored again in the Belmont, Candy Spots ran second to Chateauaay. Never Bend was second in the Derby, third in the Proakness as Chateaugay was runner-up, and skinned the Belmont with a bad ankle. Regulations To Be Set PRATT — Waterfowl hunting regulations in Kansas for 1963-64 may be set Saturday at the Kansas Forestry, Fish, and Game Commission meeting here. Before regulations can be set, however, the Department of the Interior must make available information concerning outside frame-works for the upcoming season in all of its districts. Kansas is in the Central district, or flyway as it is officially known. Central F 1 y w a y Waterfowl Council held its annual meeting recently in Canada to prepare recommendations for dates, daily bag and possession limits, and shooting hours. Recommendations were then presented to thc Department of the Interior in Washington. ScHollander Breaks World Swimming Record TOKYO (AP)—Don Scholland- er, 17-year-old Santa Clara, Calif., Swim Club member, shattered the world record for the 200-meter freestyle with a 1:58.5 clocking in the sixth U.S.-Japan swimming meet today. The listed world record of 2:00.4 is held by Schollander and several others but the California star lowered the mark to 1:58.8 on July 27 at Los Angeles when he became the first man to go under two minutes. SHAMROCK SERVICE COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE MINOR OVERHAUL AND TUNE-UPS FREE ESTIMATES OPEN 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 132 W. Kansas BR 6-9959 Hall, Ward Sight AL Rookie Honor The New York Yankees, with another American League pennant just about wrapped up, have focused interest on a race that's still wide open—the battle for Rookie of tlie Year honors between Chicago's Pete Ward and Minnesota's Jimmie Hall. Ward hit hi s 16th homer Friday night, but the White Sox fell 4-2 before the Yankees, who broke Icose in the ninth on homers by Tom Tresb, Hecto r Lopez and Clete Boyer after being shut out on four hits for eight inning s by Juan Pizarro. Hall belted his 21st homer and a double while driving in three runs in a 7-5 triumph over Wash- Golfing Honors To Patterson Jerry Patterson won the A flight at Ja'ycee Airlinks here Tuesday during weekly ladies clay. Eleanor McDonald won the B flight and Rhae Owen the C flight. Annual 18-hole tourney is scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Pairings for that event: A Flight Jerry Patterson, Katy Marshall, and Velda Warden. Eleanor McDonald, Phyllis Holmes, Iva Johnson, and Opal Lundgrcn. B Flight Rita Shook, Odelia Jones, and Frances Cox. Evelyn Wasson, Rhae Owen, Vera Wampler, and Ellen Hat- fieid Wichira Beats Denver, 6-2, in Tournament WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — North Platte, Neb., beat Jefferson City, Mo., 10-4 and the Wichita Glassmen beat Denver 6-2 Friday night as the National Non-Pro Baseball Tournament started its long grind. Thirty-two teams arc in the double-elimination playoff, which will run through the Labor Day weekend. John Gabler, former New York Yankee, retired the first fifteen men in a row and gave up only five hits as Ms Wichita mates battered Denver pitching for 13. Bill Holderness and Bob Frieze were the batting stars in North Platte's victory over Jefferson City with three hits apiece, and Gene Hine s kept the Missoiurians in cheek without a hit in a four- inning relief stint. -Whether buying til suiting, use Telegram Want Ads I ington that moved the Twins past the White Sox into second place nine games back of the Yankees. The White Sox are 9V4 behind. Ward, a 23-year-old left-handed swinger, is hitting .279 with 64 runs batted in and was the frontrunner until August. Since then Hall, a 25-year-old who also bats left, has been streaking. In his last 15 games, he has hit at a .356 clip with eight homers and 22 runs driven in, lifting his average 20 points to .261 and bringing his RBI total to 58. Baltimore edged Kansas City 4-3 behind Stu Miller's sharp relief pitching, Boston used homers by Carl Yastrzemski, Lu Clinton and Roman Mejias to forge a 7-4 decision over Cleveland and the Los Angele s Angels handed Phil Regan his first defeat in two months by downing Detroit 9-6. The National League-leading Los Angeles Dodgers tripped the New York Mets 9-7, St. Louis crushed San Francisco 13-0, Phil, adelphia shut out Pittsburgh 3-0, Milwaukee edged Houston 3-2 and Cincinnati defeated Chicago 8-2 after the Cubs took the opener of a twi-nighter 10-1. Pizarro, 14-7, went into the ninth with a 2-0 lead built on an unearned run and Ward's homer off Yankee starter Whitcy Ford. Then Tresh hit his 20th homer, Elston Howard walked, Lopez connected for No. 13 and Boyer wrapped it up with his 12th. Hall snapped a 2-2 tic with a two-run homer in the third, then doubled in another run in the sixth. Don Lock and Dick Phillips homered for the Senators. Brooks Robinson laslicd two doubles and a single and figured in' the Orioles' first three runs but Jim Gentile's 20th homer, in the fifth, proved decisive. MiUar came on hi the sixth when the A's chas- ediDav,e McNally and wound up pitching hitless baH over the final 2 2-3 innings The victory went to McNally. Nebraska's Bob Devaney To Head Coach Clinic TOPEKA (AP)—Bab Deyaney head coach at the University of Nebraska, will head the football staff at the annual Kansas coaching clinic at Wichita University next week. The Kansa s State High School Activities Association sponsors the clinic. Sessions will be held Monday through Thursday, and the annual coaches golf tournament will wind up the event. Gene Corrotto, coach at Norman, (Okla.) High School, and Herb Greenstreet of Windthorst High School at Spearville, also are on th c football staff. Greenstreet will discuss eight-man football. "Five Sfofe Fair C/jamp/oiis/i/p" —Sportsman— Jalopy Car Races — Fairgrounds — Liberal, Kansas Aug. 19 & 20 - Mon. & Tues. Nites — 8:15 — "National Champion Cars and Drivers" ADULTS — $1.25 Merriek Racing Promotions

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