Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 6, 1963 · Page 15
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Liberal Takes 7-1 rai i axes n Pampa Co LIBERAL, Kans. (Spn-stcwnn Ovcriou threw a one-hitler past the Pampa Colts as hnsl Liberal took a 7-1 win over the Colts in * "Tri-Statc League game I a s I night. Jerry Glover .started for the Colts and was reached (or four hits and as many runs, departing in favor of Ronnie Pcrrin in the fifth inning, with Perrin giving up six more hits and three runs. ••Overtoil allowed only a fourth- inning Icacfoff double hy Terry Haralson to spoil his bid for a no- hitter, striking out 12 and walking f on r. Pampa scored their only run in .the fifth inning when (he first two Niters, Butch Crossland and Gary Hill, walked, moved up on Haralson's grounder, and Crossland scored on a wild pitch. Glover held the hosts lo only ono hit and no rvms in the first three frames, but Liberal got to him for four tallies in the fourth inning, on four walks and singles by Bill Bullard, Tommy McDonald and Carl Shreiner. ..Haralson had led off the Pampa (purth with his double into right j ger, Wayland College pitcher who field, but the next three batters ! arrived homc this week, is slated Opener Kern, Ib 3011 Christian, ,'!b 3 (I 2 1 Overtoil, p 2 I) I) 0 Totals 28 7 II 7 Two-base- hits—Shreinder, Haralson. Stolen base — Kern. Struck out — by Overtoil 12, by Glover I, by Perrin 1. Bases on balls—! off Ovcnon 4, off Glover 4, off Pcrrin 2. Earned runs — Pampa i I, Liberal fi. Wild pitch — Overtoil. Griffith Picks Self To Win NEW YORK (UPI) — Love and •n lofl hook will make Emile Griffith the ring's first three-time wi'llerwo'.ghl champion Saturday niphl, ihe twice former 117-pound inler said loday. '1 he prospective In idcgioom, 25. will iiy lo recapture Ihe welter crown from champion Luis Rod- ri:.'uo/ in their nationally televised return title fight at Madison Square Garden. And i he betting odds favor Giiffilh at 13-10. "She's a knockout," said Emilc, with worship in his voice ns he ROVCK IIAKNSHERG KK . . . pilches Saturday never got the ball past the pitch- ' er's mound. .Liberal got four hits in (he fifth frame, but tight fielding by the Colts held them to only one nm. 'Pampa threatened on a w a I k find an error in the sixth, but Overton again rose to the occasion and the runners died. Liberal picked tip two more tallies in the seventh with Shreiner's double the big blow. Pampa rallied with two out in Stroud, Ib to take the mound Pnmpa Crossland. 2b Fra/.icr, 2b Hill, rf L. Stephens, rf Haralson, c R. Stephens, If. c( K. Gregory, 3b Null, ss D Glover, cf Wright, If the eighth inning, filling (he bases on two errors and a walk, but Overtoil got Roy Don Stephens to 'kill the last Pampa threat as the Colts went down in onc-two-thrce enter in the final frame. • The Colts try to make their record one-one Saturday night *hcn they host powerful Rorger at Optimist Park. Royce Harnsber- p J. (jlover. Pcrrin, p Totals Liberal Shcan, 2b Ballard, ss Suitor, c[ Peach. If McDonald, rf Shreiner. c for the ab 3 2 1 2 4 4 4 3 1 1 <> 0 1 .12 ah 4 •1 3 3 3 r I 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 t r 0 1 2 J 1 Co h 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 I) fl \l n 0 i Iv i •i i 0 1 Its. ! rbi' 0 0 0 n' 0 0 0 n i n ! 0 n u n 0 n rbi 0 0 n n i hits. Sam being bai Ruff C&M Wi nn in] Losing p Crall Y-Laundi Gary P rill, Sum Scott. KANSAS WITH! Reed, a from V School i If-ner of L'im ersit " ai k an Winning pitcher — Overtoil. Losing spoke of his 20-year-old fiancee, piicher — Glover. L--!her Taylor, a New York scc- icl.-iry. "And as a wedding pres- '.'tit I'll have to give her a knockout over Rodriguez—a title knock- oul." Griffith, who returned here from the Catskill Mountains Wednesday night afier his final iwo training nniml. 1 ,, said he olso craves a knockout victory "because of the bum decision they gave me at Los Angeles on March 21, when they marie n present of my title to Rodriguez." He declared, "There'll be no decision this lime-" Champion Rodriguez. 26, was scheduled lo break camp today and motor into ','.-•»• York from i Kiamesha Lake. N Y. < He. loo. pre-i,(,!<! a knockout ; because "I'm stronger and sharper than ever —- and hilling hard-' cr." , Youth Baseball C£M downed Ruff. 10-7, a n d frail oulsluggcd Your Laundry, 10-f). in Northern League Youth Baseball action last night. .lim Davis took the win for C&M. giving up seven hits and walking 10. but sinking out six. Losing hurler Beiry Giace also struck out six. walked six and allowed nine hits. Hoyd Ihitcher went thrce-for-three to bat in five runs for the winners. Despite home runs hy Mike Me- Comas and Richard Gordy of the Laundry, Gary Parnsh went the route for the win. gi\ing up four Heasley look the loss, ed for 11 safe blows. 1 0 .1 (I :;— 7 7 1 (i '• I x—10 !i piicher • Jim Davis, er - Berry Grace. 2 0 .1 2 0 :i—ID )] 1 2 1 0 I (I— 5 •) Parnvh and 1-illmore Mer- Heasley and Ste\c 5CTII YEAR TFfE PAMPA DAILY NHVS IHIRSDAY, .HAL fi. l"ii! FOR ME? — Mike Burke, 10, grins delightedly as Pampa Country Club assistant pro Dale Taylor hands him ihe trophy for winning the Class C division of the Junior Golf tournament yesterday. (Daily News Photo) Early Wynn Back For 300 Roach, Burke Cop Trophies In Junior Golf Mikr Ruiko \\uti Ci,i- , (. hr.n-.:-. 'Mid RK kv |>.i.-If h ( 'ippoil I 1-.| . .. H honoi s in ihf I iinmr Gn!f 'i 0,11 n i nirnt ol the I'ampn ' <•• ii'.'i' I 'iii \estrrdav. while four ('las- A ;-,i|f '•I s go into nu'flal piav t'xla-. Ten year-old Mikf B>rkr- ' r, ,, k Ihf honors in (he II anr'-'ivi-'i-r ill- vision, shooting a 11 1-11.'i-J'j? lo lal. Roach vi, a tup man :n •'-.'• 1.' and 13-vear old btarkfi <.'!'!> a 'i'_' '/MSI «ros<. f',i \\,,vl.- PI v r, ,.- ond with r i?,-9.VI "•>•<. Mikf S,: 1 p -n nok thurl v. ilh 'i:..%.)",') V, i" ',;• low net honors w^re In'ni'iv, B^u!,! 1 •.-. 'til M."!, Stf. ;: Wall-, Ml a r. ,'. Tommy Rose and Joe M'<"a:t- wnh HI each Yesterday's second-ro'.rd in'!-' h nlav results m the I '-; ~> • • r ','<-. 'lass A bracket saw G--T. .- r H >• -:ll deff.-itini! I'. J V, :..:>. • • iml 3: Rirhard Ellis i\"<, ->• •••; 'harles Mrlvnn f -\. 7 ami i, '•'• •> Warren defeating I-'rcd 7 :--!•.. ', anrl 4. and Georpe Snfll d«;f'a'ir..' Bobby Pntclvird. 4 and .1 I The f|uanet w.ll p!?r. !-. ly,l.-.s o! | medal play today and l c ; moi-p io- [ morrow tr> finish up the inurna- • ment. i PCC golf pro Hart U";rr'"i r^- .minds all pullers that er.irifs f.r ; the annn-al Men's riiv f..'.irnami 15 p..*/, kaul A(C SIGN'S PLAYER ABIl.r-INK (L'PI)-Abilenc Chris- iiiiii ( ollege has signed Aspermont luiske'ball and track ace .Irihn Ray Godfrey to an athletic scholarship. Godfrey. '>-'uui-3. was oil-state basketball pkuer for iwo years. He also \\as a broarl inmper and ran the sprint and mile relay. CLEVELAND (DPI) — Early i against 100 losses. He had four must be in by June l.V Wynn was back with the Cleve- { 20-victory campaigns. i land Indians today with another j ,., fce| ijke ,. b k homc chance to gam baseballs 300-v.c- Wynn said .., puchcd ^ ^ er lhan an y w h ere e | se j n , ne ma . .\p_\v YORK (t'PI) — TI . irR «. nn sa c OLD 1IMLRS toiy club. _ The big right-hander, who has ]or leagues and 1 always enjoyed Famers Sam Rue and /a. 239 victories, isn't back just for Cleveland very much." ' \\heat agreed Wednc-i'r to '•.!• one triumph, however. - : - |n |hc _ VCM . y , ir , ,,,... M; , , , ,, 'tne •-"" *' SCHOOL SIGNS TEXAN IA. Kan (LPD—Mi-lvin li-loot ,") b,i:,l,c:ib<dl pkiver U a.-,hui':tiin 'lech High in Dallas, has .signed a nt"pl to < r ill' .'. Reed also p!.r, cd end ball «! \Vi( s!a' I '•( n the SAILBOAT RACES TO START | HOIS ION (L'PIl— The lirst Annual Texas Olympic sailing compel,tion will begin lliursday on GaKfsidii B-ny. featuring 1-iiiiT;. f-'|\,nt; Dutchmen and Stars in seven daily races. The compe- \ Mi'iri, \\iiM h ends Sunday, will he o\er Olympic courses and use the ()!\ mpic scoi ing system. "Sure I want 300," he said, | "but I really believe I can ilo a ' lot more pitching. I don't see why I can't pitch a couple more seasons." Wynn arrived here Wednesday from his home in Venice, Fla., afier agreeing to join the Indians last Friday. Ihe 43-year-old hurler is returning to the city where he enjoyed his greatest success. Obtained from Washington in 1949, Wynn spent nine seasons in the wigwam, recording 163 victories Read the News Classified Ads FATHERS DAY '•' -« Spyder Convirtibl* Monza Spyder Club Coupe Come hill or high water Vacations go smoother in a Chevrolet Corvair Bring on those mountains! They're not so Mglt find mighty any more when you've got Corvair's gutty six and rear-engine traction \vork- tog on them. You scurry up the meanest grades. You move with sure-footed agility on wet pavement, muddy lanes, gravel and other would-be miseries. 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