Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 2, 1963 · Page 10
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SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1983 Rebels Pumme Borger, 18-3 •The Pampa Rebels batted around | ball in his four inning stint, striking In the third inning for 10 runs andj out m men Balking two and allow- t lopsided 18-3 win over Borger jng u , o uncarncd mns American Legion team at Optimist Park last night to open the local Jjp^'r^nrfv i^w^*^r^^^ * -^:V^, VA ^^^te^ «i*> , ^fc'v«k^i«^";^>i •-W-"" American Leginn season. Jerry Garrison pitched near-perfect r-- < r- P. * -^x, —•• CARL HARNSBERGER . .. gets Parting nod ing Borger loaded the bases with none out in the first inning, but Garrison then struck out the next two batters and got the third out on a grounder j !o second to get out of the jam. Bobby Price pitched the last twoj innings of the abbreviated game, and allowed only one unearned run, giving up one hit, three walks and striking out three. Every man in the Rebel's starting lineup got at least one hit, with Kenny Hebert leading the way with a double and two singles, while Crunch Vann, Ricky Stewart, Ricky Maynard and Eugene Madrid each had two safe blows. The Legion hosts Amarillo Carver this afternoon at 2:30 p.m., with Carl Harnsberger slated to start and Ronnie Curlee also expected to see action. r h e Borger 00 2001-3 35 Pampa 1 6 11 2 0 x-18 18 4 David Parkhurst, Jesse I shorn V 2), Bill Hamil (3) and Eddie Welch, Hank Boykin (4); Jerry Garrison, Bob Price (5) and Larry Gregory, Ricky Stewart (6). Winning pitcher-Garrison. Losing pitcher — Parkhurst. HARDWARE HITTERS — Heavy hitters for Pampa Hardware in the Optimist Babe Ruth League this year are (front row, left to right) Alfred Brown, Butch Davis, David Schaub, Mike Forten, Rodney Hail, batboy Claud Brown. Second row: Ronnie Stokes, Gary Molberg, Ronny Sanders, Mike Stone, Gary Hyatt. Third row: coach Wayne Jones, Gary Johnson, Steve Sw/.nson, Don Evans, Kenneth McVVilliams, manager Bo Brown. (Photo by Dave Redus) Sunny Jim Rtzsimmons Postpones His Retirement Cards Top SF, Yanks Win 3rd * * * Stan Leads In 7-4 Triumph ST. LOUIS (UPf)—Stan Musial drove in three runs Saturday to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 7-4 victory over the San Francisco Giants and narrow the Giants' lend over the second-place Red- straight victory. * * * Yanks In 5-3 Win At Cleveland CLEVELAND (UPt)-Jim Sou- ton pitched a seven-hitter and hit a three-run double as the New York Yankees defeated Cleveland 5-2, Saturday f o r their third birds to only one game. The win was St. Louis' fifth in The young righthander, who boosted his record to 7-1, also drove in (he final Yankee run in . . , . uiwvc ill tilt; MUCH inniM.1. ivui 111 a row, their ninth in 10 games .. . ., , -p. , ... B the ninth on a grounder. The loss and their second in a row over the National League leaders. Pitcher Ron Taylor, shaky during the first seven innings, settled down tale in the game to earn his third victory to go with one de- was the Indians' ninth in the last 10 games. Bouton gave up two hits in the first inning when the Indians took a 1-0 lead, then pitched scoreless ball until Fred Whitfield led off feat. Taylor struck out seven j ( | 1C sev enth with his third home Giants and walked three in com- j run O f the season. He also had pleling his first game. I trouble in the ninth when Ins Musial's r u n-scoring drives I Indians had runners on second came on successive singles in the i and third with two out, but h« first, second and fourth innings, | got pinch hitter Joe Adcock on • all off San Francisco starter Jack j fly to left field. Fisher. I Fisher allowed 10 hits and all i seven runs during his 4 1-3 innings j in the game. His record is 3-6. j One-Hit The Cardinals jumped off to a ' Miirle nUTIS TEXAS OUTDOORS . , , ,. ... day for sure footing, dry- ,ng and quie the boat. Ava Gardner looked great 5-0 lead in the second inning with a four-run outburst. In addition to Musial, catcher Tim McCarver, Curt Flood and Dick Groat By TIMOTHY MORIARTY UPI Sports Writer He went on to explain that he now gets up at 4:40 a.m. each NEW YORK (UPI) Jim Sunny j day "because I like to take my without women is a lot like Scotch with no rocks. However, the little ladies can .... . t \_* I 1OI1UI/ \^\-lJ\ keeping their tresses under con- i , , i i , , , , i -.1 n • i ! an « a home Fitzsimmons, the dean of time getting dressed and every- make themselves that much more trol with a non-fluttering cap that Mickey Wright Leading Field American horse trainers who had thing." announced he would retire June' He still prepares his own adorable on the water if they use , , ' a little thought before going out. Gals who like to wear their „,„,., . ,, , 15, allowed Saturday with a twin- fast, usually wheat cakes. In the best gkjrts and dresSM aboard PHILADELPHIA (UPI)—Southpaw Dick Ellsworth, owner of the lowest earned-run average in the Flood a n d Dick Groat I ™ j ° rs ' . C0lllhined « b ""^ °"«in tallies. j totter with a home run by Andre The Giants battled back with ! RodgCrS f ° r a C , hlCa8 ° ?? s , L2 :° , ., ., • i .„.,,• ! victory over t h e Philadelphia ,. ,, , . , , , , . two runs in me tnirci as Willie „, .,,. „ , standing on the bridge of the ship I ,. , „ . n ., , , •. Phillies Saturday. . . . , ,7 • j LI i Muvs and Ed Bailey drove home i _.. , , . • in a hurricane with the wind blow-j ._„-. ,..,, , u _ r ,/__ __„ J The only hit the tall lefthander allowed was a drag bunt down the first base line by Wes Covington to open the fifth, but Ellsi for Felipe Alou ' w ? rlh ?' ene * ™ Uers in the sixth U .i j when he struck out Coving.on on Giants could musllr*"* * * i f ° ur pitches to end the innin * George Altman hit for the cir- By KENNETH CARR United Press International The most luxurious cabin cruiser always looks a little bit DC tt cr wit n f\ 1crn 3 ic or two i n > *.i i in 111 v. m n_ » i v 11 111<_ »> i < i\.i LMVJ »> - : . ... \ • \ t *-• • \\ < ... , , ' • L i. • i • t i • i i 1 tallies while the Giants collected aboard and goodness knows water •. me her hair hither, thither and < . . . . .,. .. . . . , ... _ . ' , . i four singles and a sacrifice fly, ti7irn/Mir ummpn ic n \nt lit» SrTiTrM vnn mit mod nnn-crt'r»pn cirntlc ! ^ yon, but most non-screen sirens will find that they do better by i Another run-scoring single by Cepeda in th also offers protection from the I r next sun. Those evening cruises are nice . . . , L M . , , cuit in the fifth inning to account , - -..- for romance, girls, but they tend . , , ... r ,• , kle in his eyes, that he will stay evening, he's in bed by 8:30 p.m., the sma ll e r rigs are in for some 1 to get a bit chilly at certain times i <-armnai run. around a bit longer. "They're not going to get rid but does not go right to sleep. He watches television, "mostly of me that easy," said Sunny shoot 'em ups," until he gets Jim, now pushing 89. BEAUMONT, Tex. (UPI) — ;up in a three-way tie for fourth j Bill Winfrey is scheduled Mickey Wright made a strong bid place at 146. ; la^e over f or h.j m on j une 15 for her fourth consecutive tour ti- Tiny Clifford Ann Creed of j "However, I'll stick around for drowsy and then flips off the set grief, especially if it's a fishing j of the year and a snug-fitting ( trip. This type of apparel can wind-breaker or slicker is sug- trip the lady and land her on her gested. A quick squall can have cute little button nose faster than ! the same effect. ;wiih a push-button attachment a good shove, especially in rough ' and goes to sleep. Sometime-s Watches Fight tie Saturday by firing a five-under-par 34-34—68 that pushed her one stroke in front of the field at Alexandria, La., matched Miss j a couple of weeks or a month Wright's five-under - par 68 over to give him a hand until he gets the 6,276-yard, par 36-37—73 Beau- a chance to get a line on our 140 with one round to go in the, monl Country Club course and! horses," Fitz said. Babe Zaharias Women's Open zoomed into second place at 141, j Will Be Around He watches an occasional TV water. Recommended Personal essentials, and let's face it the gals got 'em, should substitutes are be carried aboard in a duffel bag. slacks, dunagrees, shorts, bermu- not a purse. By a duffel bag, it's ••-• golf tournament. V^" Miss Wright, who has copped ^ first money at Alexandria. La., ja stroke behind the tour's top| "After that, Bill will be boss, ibut I suppose I'll find it hard to Judy Kimball clipped three stay away from the track. I'll be Muskogee, Okla., and at Dallas strokes off par with a 70 to go, around—if they ^' the past three weeks, made her j with her first round 74 to take probably get -"'bid as first-round leader Marilynn ! over third place with a 144, while way" -"'Smith faded to a 5 and wound \ Mary Lena Faulk and Kathy Cor- Ex-Footbal! Coach Leads Mid-Way In '500' Tourney I'niifd Prev«. Iniprnnlional INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) — Unheralded Claude King, an ex- fooiball coach from Virginia Beach, Va., grabbed the half total of 132, 10 under par. That gave the 30-year-old first year pro a one stroke lead over Fred Hawkins of El Paso, Tex.. The man who is known as "Mr. ' nelius fired a 75 and 72, respec- Fitz" to racing fans the world lively, to become Miss Smith's j over, admitted, however, that he let in me in— and everybody's to sleep until 11 p.m. But he's still up at 4:40. "Mr. Fitz," who will leave an astounding record behind him, pointed out that Winfrey is "taking over a good crew." "It will be up to him if he wants to make any changes," he added. "But I can tell you it's tough to get the right people to work these days." Sunny Jim has saddled more than 2,000 winners since he retired as a jockey and started training horses at the turn of the century. He has three Kentucky Derby winners to his credit — 73s, while four players — includ-j might even sleep until seven'Gallant Fox in 1930, Omaha in 1935 and Johnstown in 1939. Gallant Fox and Omaha went on to "Triple Crown" sweeps. The retirement of "Mr. Fitz" was announced on April 9 by Og- fight, which means he doesn't get j das or pedal pushers, honest, not meant to be the type that girls the skipper won't mind. j Barnacle Bill the Sailor slings over A lot of women have a hard j his back, but rather a small lady- time walking across a 20-foot I like affair that's sold in the sport- Friend Pitches Two-Hitter NEW YORK (UPI)-Bob Friend retired the first 17 batters order and went on to hurl a two- hit, 10-1 victory for the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday over the punch- less New York Mets. The Pirates backed up their veteran righthander with a 16-hit after the Phils loaded the bases on two errors and a walk. The luckless loser against the masterful exhibition was John Boozer, making hij second start since his recall from Little Rock. Carol is looking forward to retirement. "The best thing about it I'll like is not getting up so early place with 147s after identical par every morning," he said. "I partners at the 146 level. Kathy Whitworth and Mann were bracketed in seventh more. ing top amateur Polly Riley —! o'clock when I'm not boss any were at 148. The pros tied with the former Curtis Cup star were Beisy Rawls, Sandra Haynie and • FLYBOYS Jackie Pung. Monterey Vs. Cards, Dumas Vs. Lions AUSTIN (UPI) —Four perennial the first day leader who slipped schoolboy baseball powers return from a 64 to a 69 for a 133, and a ' for cracks at a state champion- two stroke lead over Bill Collins, ! ship in the annual University Inand Tony Lema. terscholastic League meet Tues- The flat, 6,500 yard Speedway course, took a severe beating, , with Jerry, Tulsa. Okla., | Lubbock Monterey in Class AAAA Houston Bellaire, Lufkin and and South San Antonio in Class AAA are the veterans of the eight- team tourney. Lower classifications stop at the regional level in high school baseball. Bellaire returns to defend its ! The cutoff point for the third title. The Cardinals also won the round was 141, one under par, AAAA crown in 1960. Lufkin has with the low 75 pros still in the never won a title but is making blasting out an eight under par 63, just one stroke off the course record set by Billy Casper, three years ago, and Tommy Aaron, and Lema, who carded 64s. competition. us fifth appearance in the tourna- WesTex Frosh Slate Four In addition, the first hole-in-one mem. Jn the tourney's four year history Monterey will be out to capture was dropped "by Gary Floan, 22. . its first championship. The Plains- His ace on the'l33-ya'rd 16th with men lost to Baytown in the finals pn eight iron, was the 10th on the m 1961 - J963 PGA tour I ^ an Anton '° Lee, which rounds out the AAAA contestants, is making its first try in the top class. The Vols made the tourney last year in AAA. South San Antonio, a three-time winner, will be against Jasper in CANYON (Spl) — A f o u r- the opening round in AAA. Dumas game schedule for the West Texas | and Fort Worth Castleberry are State freshman football club was the other AAA teams, announced by head coach Joe Dumas, a big name in school- Kerbel Friday. i boy football and basketball, is Texas Tech's freshmen were re- making its first try for a baseball placed on the schedule by the title. New Mexico University frosh in The complete schedule: Games the lone change from last year. Tuesday: AAA — Jasper vs. Jack York is the freshman South San Antonio (1 p.m.); Du- coach. mas vs. Fort Worth Castleberry The 1963 WT freshman schedule! (3 p.m.). includes: Oct. 4 — Air Firce Aca- { AAAA — Lufkin vs. San Antonio demy junior varsity, 2:30 p.m.. Lee (7 p.m.); Lubbock Monterey Colorado Springs Oct. 17 — Har- vs. Houston Bellaire (9 p.m.). Gin-Simmons 'B 1 , 7:30 p.m.. Can-; Wednesday: AAA — Consolation yon, Nov. 8 — New Mexico U. | (1 p.m.); championship (7 p. m.). freshmen, 2:30 p.m., Albuquer- j AAAA — Consolation (3 p.m.); Championship (9 p.m.). CINCINNATI (UPI) — The Cincinnati Reds were the first major league team to travel by airplane in 1935. rubber soles are the order of the in mind. living room in those stiletto high ing goods stores. Purses aren't ' attack, including homers by Jerry heels that are in fashion today. ! very nautical and they tend to be : Lynch, Willie Stargell, Bill Mazer- High heels of any type are taboo j cumbersome. Besides, they're not ! oski, and Bill Virdon. The Mets for boating. Canvas sneakers with made with the rigors of the sea ! now have scored only three runs 1 in their last four games and have lost II of their last 13 games. Friend, who boosted his lifetime record against the Mets to 6-0, set down every New York batter until two out in the sixth inning when Ed Kranepool topped the ball in front of the plate. Friend slipped coming off the mound to field the ball and catcher Jim Pagliaroni's throw to first was too late, Underdog Pastrano Upsets Champion By JACK CUDDY UPI Sports Writer LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Dancing Willie Pastrano, a sec- There were no knockdowns in the bout. Pastrano was a 5-1 underdog i because his recent ring record ond substitute and a 5-1 under-1 could no t compare with that of den Phipps, one of the three gen- dog, wrested the world light hea- the muscular shaven-headed erations of the Phipps family for whom the octogenarian trains. FIRE POWER vyweight championship from vet- Johnson. eran Harold Johnson on a split j Moreover, Pa.strano was a third Tommy Aaron Heads Milwaukee MILWAUKEE (UPI) - Tommy Aaron, recalled from the minors 15-round decision for one of the choice as a contender because he I in a desperate attempt to put hit- greatest upsets in ring history ; go t the title shot only after two ting punch in Milwaukee's lineup, Saturday night. j men who had been matched suc- Pastrano's victory before a j cessively suffered training injur- small crowd of about 2,500 broke _ j es and had to withdraw. 34-year-old Johnson's winning They were Mauro Mina of Peru string at 19 straight and it ruined j and Henry Hank of Detroit. Philadelphia Harold's attempt to make a successful defense of the undisputed 175-pound crown. | The decision in the Las Vegas j convention center was greeted! with mingled cheers and boos because it was a very close and well-fought contest by both men. Pastrano, 27, of Miami Beach, Fla., weighed 174 pounds. Johnson scaled 173'/2. Chisox Walk Over Boston CHICAGO (UPI)—The Chicago White Sox capitalized on five walks in the third and fourth innings Saturday to score three times and stroll to a 3-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox stranded 10 runners, had base-runners in all but two innings, outhit Chicago 8-7 but could score only on Lou Clinton's seventh home run in the second inning. Starter Joe Horlen, who worked the first five innings, was credited with his fourth consecutive NAIA Opens Playoffs ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (UPI)- The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) baseball tournament opens a five-day run here Monday with eight regional I wm . Jim Brosnan worked the titlists shooting for the national I final four frames, shutting out the championship. California Western of San Diego (24-4) opens the first round Minday morning against Lewis (111.) College (22-8). The Lewis club boasts the 1963 tournament's most valuable player, third baseman Ed Spiezio. Sam Houston (Tex.) State (28-8) Red Sox on three hits. Redlegs Defeat i i A I TO U CINCINNATI (UPI) — Daryl By United Press International National League W. L. Pet. GB San Francisco 30 19 .612 ... St. Louis 30 21 .588 1 x-Los Angelei 27 20 .574 2 Chicago 26 22 .542 3'/j Pittsburgh 24 22 .522 4'/ 3 x-Cincinnati 22 23 .489 6 Philadelphia 22 26 ,458 7'/j Milwaukee 22 26 .458 7'/j Houston 20 30 .400 10VJ New York 18 32 .360 12 '/ 3 x-Night game. Saturday's Result! Chicago 2 Philadelphia 0 Pittsburgh 10 New York 1 Milwaukee 4 Houston 1 St. Louis 7 San Francisco 4 Sunday 1 ! Probable Pitchen Los Angeles at Cincinnati, night Podres (3-4) vs. O'Toole (8-3). Houston at Milwaukee—Bruct , . , . . . -, (2-3) vs. LeMaster (2-3). drove ,n three runs with a tnplej San Frand ^' _ and single to lead the Braves to Maricha , (? . 3) vs a -1 victory over the Houston Pittsb h at New8Y ork (2)( Colts Saturday L ( * d ( Righthander Lew Burdelte, who Cra - anrf limited Houston to five hits ,n- c * p h ii ade lp h i a (2) _ hi! fourth^ame^Hhe 1 JeTmTis Brewer " 2 -°> and Koon « <>-2> °' first appearance against Houston this season. Righthander Don Nottebart, who went the distance for the first time since pitching a no-hitter May 17, also gave up five hits and was charged with his third loss. After Tommy Aaron's fifth inning single scored an unearned ,, ,,., .. .. . , , x-Kansas City run to tie the game at 1-1 the ! ,.• ' Braves shelled Nottebart for three a McLish (4-2). Monday's Gam e i Los Angeles at Houston, night (Only game scheduled) American League W. L. Pet. GB New York 26 15 .634 »/4 x-Baltimore 30 18 .625 ... Chicago 28 19 .598 .568 .522 1 consecutive hits and a sacrifice fly in the seventh to complete the scoring. Boston x-Los Angeles Detroit 2Y, 4»/i .512 5 Rookie Takes Win Over Tigers ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) — Rookie Jim Roland, on the brink of being farmed out, scattered five hits Saturday to lead the Minnesota Twins to a 7-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Roland, effective in early spring had been wild of late, and Twins' officials were trying to decide whether to send him to the minors for more work. *J«H1 A 1WUO V Wit IJVA.JiJVCllCV^Uwli,-, t ' ' I ' ,-. — •.-• ..—. goes against California (Pa.) I S P e " cer Su run . ' Coring single in j The 20-year-old southpaw's task State (14-4) and Eastern Carolina the fourt ^ '" nmg declded f P llch :: was made easy by a 10-hit Min- ..._„ „.. (N. C.) (21-5) meets Grambling ers ' battle belvveen Joe y Ja y and ! nesota attack, spearheaded by bouquette (6-4) and Nichols (0-0) Sandy Koufax Saturday night and ' spee( jy Zoilo Versalles, who had or Wilson (4-4) vs. Herbert (5-2) 28 25 19 24 22 22 21 22 27 .449 8 19 27 .413 9 17 25 .405 9 15 35 .300 15'/i (La.) (25-2) in first round games. Opening day play winds up with Winona (Minn.) state (21-5) taking on Mayville S. D.). Cleveland x-Washington x-Night game. Saturday's Results New York 5 Cleveland 2 Chicago 3 Boston 1 Minnesota 7 Detroit 1 Washington at Kansas City, night Baltimore at Los Angeles, night Sunday's Probable Pitchers Baltimore at Los Angeles—Roberts (4-4) vs. Chance (4-4). Washington at Kansas City — Daniels (0-2) or Stenhousi (2-6) vs. Bowfield (3-5). Detroit at Minnesota—Paul (2-1) vs. Kaal (4-4). Boston at Chicago (2) — Mon- gave the Cincinnati Reds a 1-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. four hits. The Twins clinched the contest j in the opening f r a m e when The tournament this year is as- Spencer, who had been given '. doubles by Versalles, Harmon sured of a new champion. Georgia | his unconditional release by the j Killebrew and Jimmy Hall, and e Southern, winner of the national ! Dodgers a few weeks ago, hit a Detroit error produced three runs. | and Puarro (3-2) or Fisher (4-6). New York at Cleveland (2) — Stafford (2-3) and Williams (2-1) vs. Kralick (3-5) and McDowell (2-4). Monday's Games crown last year, lost out to East-1 line drive between short and third ern Carolina in th« area 7 playoffs. to tally Vada Pinson from second base. Minnesota added single runs in j Chicago at Los Angeles, night the third and eighth, and a pair; Minnesota at Kansas City, night in the sixth. J (Only games scheduled)

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