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Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 2, 1965
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Sports Featurti CLOVIS NEWS-fdtmNAt, Sunday, flity z, 1966, »ftge 2S Lucky Debonair Off W LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) - matched the lightning fast Teed of Flag Raiser for almost h, C rS * mile '"< then after he puiled Saturday to win the $154,500 away at tlie heacl of the stretch, Kentucky Derhy by a neck. had the strength and courage by Dapper Dan to waltz off with the 91st running of the first of the Triple Crown clas* sics. Dapper Dan, considered the The husky son of Vertex to turn back _a belated charge j weaker of the two horses sent to the post by trainer Bill,tune In this race, got the job Winfrey, was two lengths ahead | *"'*''• - o field of 11 3-year-old^. Mrs. Ada L. Rice of ^ tiLYi ~ iuu|io »v» into, nua u. iviue Ul Tom Rblfe in the' chlcago Ridlng to vlctory fm ear-old^. |the third Umfi in thfl clflss}c Little Willie Shoemaker, who Shoemaker booted Lucky Dehas enjoyed fame arid misfor- bonair over the course in 2:01- Hereford Drops dcats, 9-1 HEREFORD. Tex. (Staff) - Clovis plays Portalos at Por-Schopp, 2b The Clovis Wildcats lost a non-tales Monday afternoon at 3:30 Peters ,lf district game Saturday to the p.m. The Cats' next home game Williamson ss Hereford White-faces by I h u will be with the Rams Thursday Clifton, ss ' Golf Meet Record Set By Clovis 1-5, one and one-fifth seconds off the race and track record of two minutes flat set by Northern Dancer a year ago. The crowd of about 100,000 made Bold Lad, the 1964 ju- Derby ^» venile champion, but not quite as had been expected. its favorite .Stakes, paid 0& strongly as $10.60, $5.40' anti ., . the board White of the San Vincente the Santa p er rjati m ,._„.„„ Anita Derby and the Blue Grass while Tort1iolfTpa'itl''H80. score of !M. This brings the Cats' M-iisnn record to 6-10-1. The Cats (IHcaU'd Hereford, Friday, 9-5 in ( lovis. The Cats were hfld at bay by the fine pitching of Hereford'-^ Kd Minis Minis slrucK out 12 Sweat, p Karllcr Story, Page 26 at 7 p m. at Hell Park, t'lovls (II Cain, ss • Minks 'Hodges. 3b Cook, c Moreno, cf 1 Victor. 2b 1 '. Tucker, If 0 G Tucker, rf 0 Hanspot (ph> p 2 1 n 2 1 Hereford (9) 3 4 4 2 4 3 1 2 1 ,'i 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 Clovis golfers went to Hobbs 0 to play golf and they walked away with a record breaking 0 icore of 294. Clovis fihished the 1C . ° season in second place. LAS VEGAS (UPI) — Arnoldjment of Champions Golf Clas' (Palmer played a flawless one- sic. 1 The linksters picked up 10 ""der-par 71 Saturday to hold Winless in his past 19 tour- 1 strokes on the leader Of the con-a three-stroke lead over theinaments Palmer charged out 2 ference but ended three strokes Held at the end of the third'in front opening day here with a 206 total—a score which could:when he drove the 56-yard par have been five or six strokes five fifth hole in two with the lower if his putter had haved. be- aid of a following wind and ^two-putted. But on the back rim is batters and allowed the Brent, rf 4 0 ''.it. only three hits Bunten. 3b 3 (I llcrcfnnl scored five runs in Uoyd, c 3 0 Pi" hottfini of the third and from Johnston, cf 3 0 there, wont on to win the gamp Blair, In 3 0 Hii7 Sweat, losini! pitcher for '! c fat* allowed nine hit* and struck nut five and walked five.. The Cats pl.'iyed errorless hall l".l inM < ouldn'l t;et the hits m uhuli thnv are strongest in The KOCIiESTKK, N. V. lUPli — al Hockey League veteran Bil i'.its lofid-'tl the in the top'''"« Rochester Americans. ' ' ' " •• fifth hut Mim.s put mil tin 1 ?•••• I.'. 0-.i !• jxiwennt: the Cl"\i sists in Rochester's romp. 1 shy of replacing Alarnogordo in round of the $75,000 Tourna-'a 66, turned in°a 69 Friday for; had 17 pars and one bfrdTe 2 the conference. It if "fa 1 Leaders for Clovis wore Jimmy r,,\.s VEGAS u;rn - Tuini-i-mimi 0 Dominguez, 72; Jesse Domin- '^m^ic" 10 T " urni "" eiU ul ''hn 0 euez. 73; Dave Engelking, 74; Ain "'<i H«imcr 0 Danny Skarda, 75; and Johni',' m " ' 1 Krattiger. 80. A The 35-year-old golfing great nine he missed birdie putts of Rochester Americans Win AHL Colder Cup r>lrl< ' il • > r Jr. liie most tail Hockey Leagu powerful eague t many years, capture.! the Cald , Jimmy Dominguez placed sec- jond for the medalist honor with ,533 in conference play, I Mike Goodhart and ! Fletcher of Las Crimes were ,. IC . K , ,, . - ,, 7 . , meet medalists. Goodhart had a i'»» one ly Harris added two goals and score of 507 r > i(k Anieri- three assists and Dick Gamble; The Clovis B team lied with''^" ™- f (gains in contributed a goal and four as-'New Mexico Military Institute w£" ^""jf e laid- sists j n Hochester's romi). 'for third nlace B " llh >' *ivM» 1 ' ' n»b Mc('alli*t«r Snuiul j Chuck r-iurtru-y ». Hod Fim.stth Dave Mllltr HHII.IT S8-7-I-RS-2IO 65-71-72-Vll 74-71.67-212 71-71-ti»-2n 68-71- 74-2I.-I Canadians Win Stanley Cup MONTREAL (UPI) - T h e the playoffs. Montreal Canadians, behind the Two years ago, the New York of once- Rangers discarded Worsley. try to and I'm Gerry Cheevers, the Roches- Medalist for the Clovis B-team *°* ter goalie, was tested 38 times was Gilbert Armillo with a 76. Bcrt w ' aver •"•' ('up in a cake walk Krida> \\er.di-ll Mien!. Uyron I'lMitt'P nitiht id ? \iiii Rlair collected Clmi'. ,., • , , , . , <•> • ••— •-—-»• «~ v...i t j :!vhiu , Ih( ' Amcrk *- who " st 0 !>ly. and let only two shots get by This was the last conference two cames during the AHL hl ni. both in Uie third period meet for the Clovis golfers and ( oa, h (arrolir.ranam remaik s'-mifmal and final playoff se- after the Amerks had built up : they will send their team next ! -sum was t!,e best pitcher : ><•*. deposed of the Hershev „ 3 . 0 lca(1 Gene Unriaco beat Friday to Las Cruce, for their '•-• nave run into all sea Heats 6 2 to take the final Cald i Cheevers al 2:25, but Harris district plavoffs 73--I-7.1 -2i7 faultless netminding _. ^,-., * 1( s- ' O ,, - ._.. . . . . ^ , 71 -737.1-219 discarded Gump Worsley, who was considered washed up. 72--3.7i.2i9 rompe( j to a record 13th Stan- He did not play in the last three aboul l )la y' n fe r •• • , Canadian pjayoff games against or an .Vtliin« else." 12 feet or less four different times. Palmer missed only two fairways with his tee shots and hit 15 greens. And those he missed were barely off the putting surface. Asked if he planned to play the final round conservatively to protect his three-stroke advantage, Palmer said: No, sir. I'm just going to as good as I can going to worry conservatively 72-7"re a '•r.t •v Suns \ ( ;,s f;is? *(;<! er Cup <md control and tin- "'"' 'Uildll'l £<•! t(i hi!!' series four games 10 find Gamble retaliated to make I the score 5-1 before Ralph .lim 1'apnin scored a three- j Keller bagged the final >ai hat trick, nine-year Nation-'Bear tally at 15:16. Spika NTSU Named Coach ANNUAL RETREAD QflMKE 10 DAYS ONLY... STARTS TOMORROW AT 8 AM W« n««d room. To m«L* way for new iir« itoclj, We'va tei our /oveif-tver 6<x»dy»«r i«tffl*d prk.i Siockt won't U»f long, to buy now whIU w« h«v« your t!i*l Annual Aq Rodeo Held ley Cup Saturday night with a . ., 4-0 conquest of Chicago in the .' 1C ' Black Hawks because of in- HJ S closest pursuers with one seventh and deciding game of Junes, but coach Toe Blake cal-' roun( j to go were j uan < Cni loci up the veteran for the final chi> Rodriguez and dapper game and he responded nobly. Doug Sanders, both bracketed Fourteen seconds after t h e a 109. Both had even par 72s. opening faceoff Jean Beliveati The best round came from was ocredited with a goal that big Jack Nicklaus. who has went in off his skatp. W0 p. this event the past two Less than five minutes later years ana was favored to re- n ick Duff slammed one in after peat as the champion. 1-Jeliveau set him up in front . ft ho net Nicklaus almost blew himself DENTON (UPI) — Dan Spika,! eduction department. He will re-' Thc Canadians tinned t h e out of the tournament on °P en - 34-ycar-old aide to John Kund-|turn here next week end to at- r , ounf to 4 . 0 ' on n ower nlav coals in8 day with a 74 ~" tne next to la at the University of Minne- tend the meeting of conference hy Yvan Cournover and Henri woisl round P la y ed b y tne 2G sota the past four years, Satur- basketball coaches in conjunc-, (pog^ R oc k e t, 'Richard '^' A tournament winners en- day was named head basket- tion with the conference spring . tered in this classic. ball coach at North Texas State meet. The Hawks were never in the .... t ,i?amo after the opening minutes He improved that mark by university. , A na ti ve O f j, a Crosse, Wis.,'while the Canadians concentrat-three shots Friday and stormed Spike will succeed Charles L.' s P ika played at the University of ed on a checking game, the rest back with a 67, for a 54-hole Johnson, who resigned in mid- Wisconsin, where he graduated of the way. total of 218. March after six seasons of try-:in 1954. During two years Army!- ing to mold North Texas into a 'service he coached his service ! cage power in one of the na- team to the ALL Far East lion's hottest basketball leagues championship. - the Missouri Valley Confer- He became athletic director The 30th ence> and coach at Rockford College j PORTALES (Staffi ^ .•Annual Ag Club Rodeo held in Spike also will serve as asso- ' n Illinois when that school in- llPortales Saturday saw a lot of elate professor in the physical augurated intercollegiate ath- \ action in all the events. The -^ . — _ Ictics in 1957 and moved on to GOODYEAI CUAIANa PRICE Rochester Nips Toledo j By United Press Inernational | The Baltimore Orioles figured ^21-year-old lefthander Frank Bertaina needed more work this i spring and gave him a ticket to Rochester in the International League. II —n.«"7,"i y~~YT^—' «T—' N° w Bertaina, who compiled 'iwas BUI Birdwell jrorn Clayton a 2 .77 earned run . iRodeo is the oldest college Rodeo in the United States I Dick Wllklns, Clovis High j School student, suffered facial laceration* when he was hurled from a horse Into a fence post as he participated in the bareback bronc riding competition. \\ilklns was released I from Roosevelt General Hospi! tal after he required four sti- tchei, officials sqld. join Kundla at 1961. Minnesota in Van Rosen Breaks Record I SILVER CITY (UPIi - Phoe- •IneMip was MitchellRoberts of ^ t ^1 w V!' Z^'T L"" 1 nix College of Arizonii Ssllirrijv Portales. BirdwelJ's prize was a ' tS W0rkln 8 on a i swept the Western New Mexico -- J -" -• «•- • one-way trip back to Baltimore. Relays, racking up a total of Friday night the stocky fast- l )0 ' nt « to host We.stern's 68 ' \ Northern Arizona College fin- a student at Eastpm^un- sVaameTwUh The ' saddle and the runner-up receiv- one ' W8 y tri P bafi k to Baltimore, j Relays'"racking"uii a totalof 108 I ed his choice of a $50 scholarship I with a th P e a iamtS- m8de ****•»*« Burled a four-hitter, Winning floats in the parade socked a two-run homer and iwere Thi Omaga with their float registered entitled Sage Brush (Serenade, . Tau Alpha, and Phi Gama plete his second coin- victory as Roches, N'u's Tumblin Tumbleweed. ter topped Toledo 4-1. lie lost WUUIS1ZI 7.50-14 lUCKWAUnUSTAX AMOYOURRCCAPPABU TKiOINfR SIZES IOUAUY10 w ptjao ished third with 46 points and Eastern Arizona placed fourth with 14. Three school and meet records were broken during the competition. Tom Van Rosen of Northern Arizona hurled the javelin TO AMERtil TOURISTER LUGGAGC MOTHER'S DAY 206-feet-6 inches to bust the former record of 2uu-teet-8. Western runners chalked up WHITEWAUS ONIY $7.99 7.50 « 14 SIZE Calf roping -1. Jerry Franklin, nis shutout W(J m tn8 ointn Melrose2. Larry Hendricks. Ros- nina well; Ribbon Roping 1. Larry, 8- Hendrieks 2. A W. Hancock,' In othfr games, Toronto ,.v»^... .- - -..„,„-_ .., i Eastern; Bull Biding 1. Mitchell moved within a hal!»eame of itwo of tne records Sidney Gunn i Roberts 2 Bill Birdwell' Bare- , , „ ?,, T \. \ ™ n tne * 40 '" :49 flat to **U*r j back Hiding 1. Bill Bfrdwell 2 J ea 8ue-l«a4ipg AUtata by top- tne olc} record of :50 and Uoyd Jack Faulk, Carlsbad: Girls Bar- P un g th« Crgckers S-4, Jackson-1Burson ran the two mile event :Sumner2 Lynda Morgan; Girls,villa whipped Buffalo 9-8 andl in fl:54 3 ' Snavin 8 a tenth of a Goat Tying 1. Mary Harris 2 Sue c * W *T K *, **f * " " . . second off the former record iBestor Eastern. jSyraeyw bl««k«a CiUimlHW H Robert Roper of Western was CHS NtHtrs Rip Roiwel! IOW, IOW, 13", 14", 15" or 16 I I PICK YOUI TOI IAYONS...NUONS,, AttHOS 01 TUIE HPf The Ctevif Hiib t«naU efeat«4 R^w»D f^y noon, M oa U* W^ats horn* coury. la tii« single* mashes Dean Lymi Garner, behind the sift-bit pitching of Ed Rakow. /•v the one triple winner, taking the 100 dash, the broad jump and triple jump. in ..: All Courtesy Credit Cords Accepted HUtiYW 9AU FOSITIVUY INOf NO MONIY DOWN DUtINO THU "PtWI MWTIWO" IVfNTiii -4 AH i M, i Mr or*i r ii ."> 1103 MAIN CtOVII, N.M. gait, 64, 6-1; 6HS, def. Jo« JaM: BWSy^r, CHI GUiispie, H M, Wj Pob Sneed lost to Ed Phiilipi T-5, 7-5. ' In the doubles the Wildcat* won two and lost one patch. Bawcom and. Johnston CHS l4*t to Caroer aa4 Bw, 44, 34; Djiyidioa a^d Ou*c CHS, def BIS Turner a«4 Ben Rogers, i«4. «•! Siiyder tad Sm«e4 CHJ 4ff. 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