Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 17, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, August 17, 1963
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Four Pro Football into Action By IJOI! GKKKN Associated Press Spoils Writer The I,os Anj-celes Dodders tfave every indication of trying t.o out-Met the Mots Friday nurht and tfive away a K-'irnc, bill I ho New Yorkei-s wouldn't stand for it. This business of blowing ^ames, sifter all, is a Mot .specialty. .So they carefully wailed until the top of the ninth to blow a 7-fi lead, helping Los Angeles to Ihree runs, then calmly rolling over in their lisilf of the ninth. That saddled the Dodders with a 9-7 victory they had which has had a somewhat de- done their'best to tfive away and allowed them to stretch scried look for baseball this sum- their National LcaKiie lead to four panics over second-' Inpr - ma - v strain undcr ll 'c wei " l!t place .San I'>andsco, 115-0 victims at St. Louis. The third- 7or llPW doiiblehea 0 dc? ) •^"nro'"/^!- place Cardinsils trail the Giants by one ^ame. ball 3 Prospects arc belter than average for an all-time Cleveland Cleveland's Municipal Stadium, Page 14 <*aril<>ri CJity T Saturday, August 17, 1963 Playoff Seen For Open Meet HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The way they're bunched, it looks today as though the $40,000 Insurance City Open Golf Tournament is going to be s-cttled by a sudden-death playoff. That's the way it has been the past three years. Going into today's third round slender Wes Ellis, a part-time pro who once was pro/paring for a medical career, led by one stroke, as he did after Thursday's opening 18 holes. Ellis had a 9-under- par G6-G7-1M. Kiyht behind in the hot competition at tlie Wetlicrsfielcl Country Club's 35-3G-71 layout are long-driving George Bayer, G9-G5 < leaded. Th e tic 135; and Art Wall Jr., Billy! scoied on third Casper and Lionel Hebert, all deadlocked at 135. And Just when it looked as though Julius Boros. the National Opon King, and Jack Nicklaus, the Masters and PGA champion, might not survive the cutoff because of poor opening rounds, they regained their top form. Boros posted a six-under-par 65, one of Friday',, best scores, for a KG-hole Kifl, and Nicklaus had a G7 for 1-10. They're back in contention for the top prize of $6,400. Another hot challenger was Bob Goalby, 1901.' winner, also with a MO. Philadelphia blanked Pittsburgh :i-0, Milwaukee rallied 3-2 against Houston and Chicago and Cincinnati split a twi-night doublchead- cr, the Cubs romping 10-1 before the Rods took the second 8-2. In the American League, the leading New York Yankees crashed three ninth-inning homers and beat Chicago 4-2, Minnesota took over second place with a 7-5 verdict over Washington, Baltimore edged Kansas City 4-3, Boston beat Cleveland 7-4 and Los Angeles topped Dctfoit 9-6. The Dodgers blew leads of 1-0, 3-1 and 6-4 and held down their own scoring by some uncertain base-running before the Mets helped them out in the ninth. Willie Davis started it with a scratch single was sacrificed to second and took third on a passed ball. Maairy Wills looped a little single to left to score him and Wills scampered to third on Jim Butts' Libel Trail May Go to Jury Monday ATLANTA (AP) — The trial of Wallace Butts' $10-million libel suit against the Saturday Evening I'ost is expected to go to the jury Monday after final arguments by both sides. An attorney for Butts aryued before a federal 'court jury Friday that the Post ruined Butts' reputation with charges that he rigged a football game. Butt s is suing Curtis Publishing Co. for a March 23 article charging that he and Coach Paul (Bear Bryant of Alabama rigged tiki? 1962 Georgia-Alabama football game. Gilliam's single to left. \ValIy Moon tapped to Duke Carmel at first. Carmel fro/c with the ball and the bases were breaking run baseman J ; m Hick-nan's throwing error and a sacrifice fly drove in another. The Mels had gone ahead with three runs in the fifth, centered around Duk e Snidcr's two-run sing:e preceded by two infield singles, a hit batsman and Tommy Davis' error on a potential double play grounder. Tton Perranoski gained credit for his 13th victory against two lesses. The Cardinals pounded 18 hits in thp rout of the Giants, with Bill White and George Aitman each driving in three nuns. Giant rtr.iit- hnncier Jim Buffalo, his pitching hand split by Curt Flood's sin^e, was tagged with tho loss. Gi.uit tookie Jim Hart was taken to a hospital for x-rays after he was knocked unconscious by Curt Sim- muss' fast Dall, the second time lie's been beaned. Houston Oilers Release Three Rookies Friday HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) — The Houston Oilers released three rookies Friday, among them Randall Kerbow of Rice. Waivers were asked on Kerbow as well as on Butch Pressley, a halfback from Texas A&M, and Panil Lea. defensive halfback from Oklahoma. League, the St. Louis Cardinals mad c their pro-season debut a happy one, edging th e San Francisco 49crs at Salt Lake City, 34-22; and the Pittsburgh Stcclcrs whipped the Philadelphia Eagles 24-13 at Bethlehem. Pa. In the lone AFL game, the Buffalo Bi- crowd as the Detroit Lions play j sons overwhelmed the New York the New York Giants and the Cleveland Browns face the Baltimore Colts in a pair of National Football League exhibition games. All 67,000 reserved seats have been sold and 13,000 unreserved seats and some standing room tickets will go on sale 2'/a hours before the first game starts at 6:30 p.m., EOT. The Cleveland football record is 82,872, set by the Browns and the Giants in a Jet s at Buffalo, 23-8. Chance Entries Brown And Bullard in Finals KANSAS CITY (AP)—Jim Bullard and Gene Brown, both of Arkansas City, Kan., entered the Heart of America Best-ball Golf Tournament just for the heck of it, never playing in such a tourney before. Today they are in the 36-hoIe finals against Hod Horn of Kansas City and Ken Lanning of Rolla, Mo. Bullard and Brown, both Oklahoma State University golfers, took a 3 and i semifinals victory Friday over Bob Nieberding and Bob Nieberding Jr. of St. Louis. regular 1960 season NFL game in The big doubleheader, a repeat of an attraction that drew 77,683 last year, is the feature of a packed Saturday pro football exhibition program. Four other gamc s are scheduled, with Green Bay at Dallas and Minnesota at Los Angeles in the NFL, and Kansas City vs. Oakland at Seattle and San .Diego at Denver in the AFL. The heavy weekend program was kicked off Friday niaht with, three games. In the National Ex-Champions Push for Top MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Luis Rodriguez and Denny Meyer, two ex-cliampions trying to get back to the top, meet tonight in the 10-round main event at Miami Beach Convention Hall. Rodriguez, after sweeping seven straight in 19G2 while waiting for a shot at the welterweight title, won the championship with a 15-round decision over Emile Griffith March 21 at Los Angeles. Then the Cuban-born Rodriguez promptly lost the title back to Griffith on a 15-round split decision June 8 at New York. He is gunning for another match with the New Rorker. Moyer, from Portland, Ore., is campaigning for another crack at the junior middleweight crown. He won it from Joey Gi-amihra last October in Portland. Then, with the title at stake, he lost twice to Ralph Dupas on 15-round decisions. One of Meyer's more notable achievements was a 10-round decision ove r Griffith in Portland in 1960. Houk Credits Hec Lopez CHICAGO (AP)—The New York Yankees keep pulling away in what once was called the American Leagu«. pennant race and they, keep doing it without the continued services of such stars as Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Tony Kubek. The trio was out with injuries when they opened a four-game scries with the Chicago White Sox Friday night, and for eight innings it looked a* if the Yankees were going to suffer because of it. So what did th e Yankees do? They waited until the ninth inning and slammed three home runs for it 4-2 victory. It was the most aomers in a single inning this season for the Yanks. Trailing 20 in the ninth, Tom Tn-sh homered after 13 Yankees hud been retired in order. Tbc.j when Elston Howard drew a pass, Hector Lopez followed with the game-winning blow. Clete Boyer also homered off shell-shocked Juan Pizarro, but Lopez' blast was the winner. "One of the reasons we've been able to stay on top," said Maa- ager Kalph Honk after the game, "is Lecause Hector Lopez i s doing such a great job for us in the outfield. "Nobody can take Mantle's place, of course, hut I don't believe there's a better substitute any place than Lopez. I don't know what we would have done without him," Lopez, 31, is a soft-spoken Panamanian who came to the Yankees early in the 1959 season : n a big trade with the Kansas City AY The Yankees finished Uiird that year but Lopez sin'e has cashed three World Series checks and is loukjij, forward to another one this yew, One of the reasons he is such a favorite with HJU'K is the ability to hit after getting two strikes on him. "He's the bos two-strike lu'tter in baseball," says Houk. "He has come through with at least 15 key hi*s tt:F year with two strike s on aim ' Lopez doesn't know why he hits so \veJi with two strikes on him and the pitcher at ec advantage. "I just like to hit with two strikes on me," he says. "It seems that I get a hotter look at he ball when I have two strike., on me. But, 1 had only one strike when I nit lha homer tonijnt " Monday, August 19, 1963 1:00 P.M. 506 North 4th Garden City, Kansas 3 Bedroom Mouse - 2-Car Carport Living Room, 30x15, carpeted and drapes. Cooler for living room. Kitchen, 15x12, with eating area. Nice metal wall and kitchen cabinets. Front, 12x12, with large closet. Venetian blinds. Center Bedroom, 12x11, with closet. Back Bedroom, 10x12, with closet. Venetian Blinds throughout house. Nice Bath Room. Back Porch, 6 ft. wide across back of house. Front Porch. Homart Forced Air Heating. Tool Shed in back .over the irrigation pump. All complete with hose for irrigation. Metal Storm Windows. Frame House. Shade Trees. Lot 50'xl50'. TV Antenna goes. Balance of loan as of August I, 1963, $5,490.00. Interest rate of 6^%. Payments $79.85 on principal and interest only. Taxes: $183.22 for 1962. App. 7 years left on loan. Loan may be assumed. For inspection of property call Ken Kisner or Tommy Graves. Real Estate Sells At 2:00 p.m. Sharp FURNITURE 3-piece Blonde Bedroom Suite j-Bed mattress ami springs Antique Secretary Chest of Drawers China Closet (Antique) Living Room Suite Upholstered Platform Rocker Rattaan Rocker _Dininq Room Table and 4 Chairs "Telephone Table and Chair Platform Rocker Kitchenette Table (chrome) 4 chairs Desk and Stool Bedroom Vanity Chest Breakfast Table Dressing Table and Stool Chest of Drawers End Table Kitchen Cupboard D«ep Freeze (Chest type) 2—Refrigerators (1 electric, 1 "as» Kitchen Stove, gas Desk Lamps Electric Wall Clock Record Holder Several Mirrors Kenmore Ream Fan FFoor Lamps Metal Kitchen Cabinet DfeJies (Some Antique) Rugs (Throw) Clothing Stools TOOLS Craftsman 41" Sklkaw. like Hew Elt-ctric Drill, i" Speedway 5-Ton Mechanical Jack Cross Cut Saw Lot of Carpenter Tool* Hack Saw 2—Metal Tool Boies Complete Set- of Cement Troweh and Tools Fence Stretcher (J-to* capacity) DeiMrner Wire Stretcher Boomers Hay Hooks Wrecking Bars „ 11 — 12- Volt Fence Chargers 110-Volt Weed Chopper Fence Charger Post Hole Digger Booster Cables John Deere Trailer Lots of Hand Tools Socket Sets, several sizes MISCELLANEOUS Tool Chest Gasoline Cans Pipe Assortment Shaw Floor Furnace Set of Work Horse Harness Roll of Linoleum, buff rile pattern 2—2x6x18 New Limber 14' Wood Ladder Children's Metal Swing Set Fald-away wall Ironing board Water Sprinkler 10-Gal Garbage Can Roll Plastic Bundle Wood Shingles Bundle Comp. Shlmdes Grain Truck Tarpaulin Roof Tar Bamboo -Shades PUnic Cooler Fishing Tackle Box Extonclan Cords 6x9 foot Tafpaulin, new 4 — Saw Hones Sow House Brcv^ets Dishes (same Treoblft Light Sarfdle ««d Bridle end Blanket Machine fi<ird«« Toils A I— it—'w Gratn Shovel Milk *too) Iron Sten L««ldef Many ofh«r Items tee MMneroiM t« Mention. All personal property cash day of sale. Refreshments served. EVALYN OLMSTEAD, Owner BR 6-4731—Ev.. BR 6-3117 COL TOMMY GRAVES AUCTIONEER—REALTOR—1M« JOMM Office BR 4-7141 Home RR 4-4247 City. ROYAL HOUMAKER Vre4at« 1M1 Davl* Garden Citr, Re»sa* RR 4-475»

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