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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 33

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****« .*»• w CIX5VTS Stnnfftfc May <j, 1985 SERVICE SPECIALS ANY U, S> CAR BRAKE SPECIAL $419 1 • Remove front wheels, adjust brakes • Repack front wheel bearings • Check grease seats • Add brake fluid and road test GOODYEAR BRAKE & FRONT END SPECIAL • Check, adjust and test brakes • Repack front wheel bearings • Check and align front end • Adjust steering OOOD/VEAR SHOCK ABSORBERS $O83 8 EACH Replace shocks every 20,000 miles for safety and comfort. Double action — built to highest standards! HEAVY DUTY MUFFLERS $Q88 8 fil- 49 thru '53 Fordl and ChtvfoUti . INSPECTION < INSTALLATION Be sure! Be safe! Get more power! More safety! Longer life! EASY TERMS! ANY SIZE TIRES INSPECTED USED TIRES AT SAVINGS! and r«ir«udabl« Big selection of sizes and types. Tubelesi! Tube-type! Blackballs' Pay As You Ride! SERVICE STORES 1103 MAIN f, New iASY Matson Breaks Own Shot Mark Standings AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) - A new jewel rested comfortably today in the crown of Randy Matson, Texas A & M University sophomore giant. Matson tossed the shot put 69 feet x inches Friday to shatter his own pending world record. "Everything happened to go just right," said the 6-6, 255- pound shot put king after he broke his record of 67 feet 11 inches on his second toss in a triangular meet In Memorial Stadium. The 20-year-old Matson wore a white elastic band around his (left knee to protect a strained . ligament. He said his knee ;! "bothered me a little, but not • | enough to offset my throwing." ,iHe said he first hurt the knee ijin high school. ! A large crowd around the : shot put area broke into wild (| cheering from the moment the i shot hit the ground on the rec- ' ord-breaking toss. "I felt like it might b« a 68, it felt better than a 67, but I didn't expect it to be a 69." Later in the meet, Matson added a lesser gem to his crown by topping his own meet record in the discus with a throw of 195 feet 10 inches. His old mark was 170 feet IVz inches, although his personal best and NCAA record is over ,200 feet. \ Matson said any decision on I whether he will compete in the lAAU meet in June at San Die- igo, Calif., will "have to go jthrough AIM." ' Matson said he had been told by the NCAA "that I might get my school in trouble if 1 compete." i He referred to the squabble between the AAU and NCAA over who has authority over amateur athletes in this country. I The AIM star's pending record ishot put of 67-11 was set in a triangular meet at Texas A&M ' University earlier this season. I The standing world's record belongs to Olympic champion Dallas Long, who tossed the 16- pound ball 67 feet 9 inches last year in Los Angeles. When told Matson had set another world mark, Long said the feat was no surprise. 1 "He's capable of 70 feet and it will probably be soon. He's got everything,'" Long said. HOUSTON (UPI) - Houston got the clutch pitching from Ken Johnson and Claude Ray- 6 8 .429 3'/ 2i mond to hand the Chicago Cubs "-?- l' /2 a 6-4 defeat and win their ninth straight game. It was the first game of a day-night doubleheader. Raymond saved the win for John- 10 6 11 Gattis Thin-clads Win Meet Robinson Starts Season In Slump NEW YORK (UPI) — Brooks Robinson, the American League's MVP for 1964, is off to the kind of start that no ballplayer would have trouble describing in the dugout nor have the nerve to mention in fron of his wife over the breakfast table. I Simply put, Robinson got off I to a sorry start this season, so Isory that he had managed ' only two singles in his last 22 i trips and was dragging along i an anemic .235 average going into Friday night's contest between the Baltimore Orioles and i New York Yankees. i That's quite a come-down a fellow who was the AL's second-leading hitter with a .317 ificure last year but the ever' ; cheerful, uunexcitable Baltimore third baseman isn't breaking out into a cold seat about it. | Not yet, anyway. Knows Trouble "I know what my trouble is," he said, with the inward confidence of a man who felt it was only temporary. "I'm not following the ball good after it j leaves the pitcher's hand. I'm 1 swinging wildly. "There's no telling why I'm doing it. That's something no one can explain. During spring .training I was swinging real igood. Then suddenly I wasn't." j Robinson shrugged, puulled his i sweatshirt off while sitting in i front of his locker, put a dry ;one on and even giggled a little at the ups and downs of the game. I 'Yeah,' he volunteered, still grinning, "last years MVP is having his troubles." ! No Alarm 1 There is no great alarm in the Baltimore camp about Robinson's slow break from the barrier because he has proven his consistency with the bat long before this. Besides, even if he went through an entire season hitting no more than .250. he still would be an asset on any club for his brilliance in the field alone. Nevertheless, when a ball I club pays a man $50,000 a year jas the Orioles are paying Rob- jinson, said ball club comes to I expect the kind of bat that 1 makes a little more noise. ; Brooks is the type of ballplayer who never gets down on himself. If the Orioles have any one leader, it is the popular, 27-year-old Robinson. They look to him for the big play and the big hit and he has usually supplied it. Gattis Junior High won their I own seventh grade triangular track meet Saturday morning at the Gattis Jr. High track. Individual honors went to Otis Shields and Eugene Blackburn who tied with 19 points a piece. Marshall Junior High won the B team division with Gattis second and Tucumcari third. Gattis took seven first places and three third places in the track and field meet. Major League Standings By United Press International i W. L. Pet. OB x-Los Angeles 10 5 .66? Cincinnati 10 3 .66? i x.Houston 11 6 .647 IxrChicago 7 7 .500 2^ Ix-Milwatikee 6 6 .500 2f6 x-San Francisco 7 9 .439 3V4 x-Philadelphia 6 8 .429 3^ St. Louis 'Pittsburgh New York 6 11 .353 5 x-Night game Saturday's Results Cincinnati 9 New York 2 St. Louis 3 Pittsburgh 2 j Houston 6 Chicago 4 1st Chicago at Houston 2nd. night j Philadelphia at Milwaukee night anTthrce 1 RHP, San Francisco at Los Angeles,' night Sunday's Probable Pitchers National League . _ , -, New York at Cincinnati 2 — |ning Sallirda . v scor ^ the win- Fisher 0-1 and Cisco 0-0 vs Ma- ning run as the st Louis Car - loney 2-0 and Nuxhall 0-0 id'nals topped the Pittsburgh Pi- Philadelphia at Milwaukee 2 _J ratcs - 3 ' 2 ' after Clirt Flo °d a "d Short 3-1 and Bclinsky 0-2 vs lTlto Francona hit nome nins Lemaster 1-1 and Fischer 0-0. ' lo even the score> Pittsburgh at St. Louis 2 Friend 2-1 and Veale 2-0 vs. Gibson 3-0 and Purkey 1-2. Houston Wins Ninth Straight singles attack on former teammate Don Larsen and three Baltimore relief pitchers. Indians. 7 Wash. 2 CLEVELAND (UPI)- Third- inning home runs by Chuck son with three and two-thirds tory over the Orioles against innings of one-hit relief workjonly 14 defeats, while Jim Wynn had two hits Whllcy Ford, although nicked "inlon. Kooky Colavito and for 10 hits, went the route for Max Alvis paced the Cleveland thc Yankees. The southpaw struck out gaining his 35th lifetime vic-i dav - veteran Indians to a 7-2 victory over nine in * ne Washington Senators Satur- Cards, 3 Bucs, 2 ST. LOUIS (UPI)- Phil Gag- Hano's single in the seventh in- Derby By Fire LOUISVILLE. Kv. (1TD The blows by Hinton and rolavito. both off starting and losing pitcner Ronnie Daniels, came with a runner on base. Alvis hit his solo homer off reliever Steve Hidxik. * * * Box Scores Hy United Press International American League Wash'tn 000 000 002- 240 — Sanford 1-1 vs. Osteen 2-2. Monday's Game ! San Francisco at St. Louis ! night i Only game scheduled American 9 Met$. 2 A fire brokc out in tnp r " of °f CJev'Ind 0(r2 020 Olx- 590 the grandstand at Churchill N.mim. Duckworth ifii Kreu- t/.er 'IK Kline '81 and Camilli. Terrv i.'Mi and Carrcon. I/>ser —narum > 1-3* HKs — I Union ' 1st i. Chance • 2nd i ifPH «j an , -. L PI) - Sam- I)owns Saturd shor1 Chicago at Houston - Jack- ,- ,' . Sl PP° Mcd bv a 16-hll n thoroughbreds left the .'ate :son 0-2 vs. Notlebart 0-0. .attack whjchjnclu ed a three- for Ulc 9 , sl rm ^ „, (lu , £„„; San Pranclsco at Los Angeles™" n °™ r '7 Va(l . a ' 1 " s0 "' lucky Derhv. Firemen quirklv lK. ">232. Mnrshnll, '* ~< ShioliK Cnllu. 8..'!. 2 44(1 Rclav !. O ?W1 Vnnl Dash Slsnf ris. Tur 6 "v 120 ixnv HurdN-i 1. Tomn«lno. r,ntl!<. lfi.7: 2 dutrrrf/ Tin- is 11. TT, Ynrcl Imsli 1 Sain/.. Txir 9.1: 2. Hurt .ret. Mnrshnll 1« >>. Shot Put 1 PIITI-C. MiimlmM. riSl'i Mn«<> Till'. :O-S. Hr.'ii,! .lump 1. Hlarktmrn. C.iit in. 10-n; '..'. S.iin.'. T icv l.Vii -l-ln Moilli-> I. Turiimrnn .">•!. 4 • 'i. MmttviM Ml.-! U« i V.'iril l)u<>i 1. HI«(Uii:tn <;m!i«. 12 <> '.Ml (liiiv.-/. T'.:i' VJ I lnsi-'« 1. linrlii-r. Mill-chilli. !'-"-' 2 M:iv... T"'- S.l-1'i L'JII Yaril I)n«li I. <ain/. Tur. T: 0; " Ahm'V.. Mnr»Tva!l T, '. Itinh .lump ' Shields. f;,-itlis. 4'7' . 2 Pr!mr<>«/.. Tiic 4'H ,. SSO I!.-, ay 1. Ga'tl*. I "'.i 1 : 2 Tilcvl Imc-iHi-i !•..!"!• P..I,' Vau!' I. Chnvc? I Tuc. H'6. 2.(;.itlc;Ti>v. 1\n S'J. i Chicago | Detroit : Minnesota Cleveland ' Baltimore : New York 'Los Angeles Boston j Washington ' Kansas Cilv 8 4 7 4 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 6 4 12 2 10 Pet. .692 .692 .667 .636 .500 .500 .500 2' 2 .455 3 Reds to over the New York Mets Satuurday to notch his fourth straight victory of the season Pinson's home run. one of his three hits in the game, came ' )ut Ol " and none of the 100.000 fans was injure Thc fire was spotted hv a security officer a little OUT an hour before post time for the 5:30 p.m KDT derby. The officer banged on the ('.ran; , .250 whirl! Briefs ACC TOl'RNEV GRKF.XSBORO, N C. i The 1%6 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament will be held at Raleigh. NX'., annual site of the classic since 1!),">0 The tournament, however, will be shifted to Greensboro, N.C.. in 1967 and to Charlotte. N.C.. in 1968. SETS DATE SAN FRANCISCO UTI) — ( The Professional Golfers Asso- Iciation has confirmed Jan. 24-30 as the dates for the 1966 Lucky International golf tournament, according to tournament Executive Director John J Keane. The site of the tournament and the prize money has not yet been announced. during a five-run fourth inning f ()f |hp sranifjst . in(| lo alf , rt during which the Reds sent 10 the people seated below The notions to the Duiic while tiriv- t r \ i */. • i *i_ j f * i-n lans ' 1 * 0( » ou * ln an onli>rl\ ng Met righthander Gary Kroll manncr am , Uim> Wil| n m(]j , 2 ,. to thc showers. ealj()ns ()f J)an , ( ._ ^ Tiqers, 9 Red Sox, 8 ^ J™^™? ^ DETROIT (UP!)- Bill Free- the call to the [»>M for the 6U han lined a double to score Al s\\lh race After the fin'-urn .167 64 Kaline from second base with extinguished the flame* the winning run in the bottom had sent lieav. I.lack of the ninth inning Saturday to blowing ,-UTUSS th" infic give the Detroit Tigers a '.Ml were uiven a luc o\d come-from-behind victory over (\ w f ynr , the Boston Red Sox. With the score tied 8-8. Kaline started the ninth by draw, , . ... „ . ing a walk off reliefer Jack ; Los Angeles al Kansas City 2 Lam{|be „„ was sam(it . ( . (1 , n - Newman 2-1 and Chance 1-0 secol)() „„.„ , on K vs. Drabowsky 0-2 and Talbot 0- tum . s se( . mi( , h ,, ,, f th(> ^ m . S T Lnfis The hit tagged Lamabe with <i;«n na'."na Baltimore at New York 2 —his first loss of the vcar h-jx-d l- • <• McNally 0-1 and Roberts 2-0 »*/ Q_ v 7 T\*/if«e 1 Ullh ;i urt< vs. Stottlomyrc 2-1 and Down- *V. dOX, L I WlnS, I r ^ ,,;!,.-« ing 2-1. CHICAGO ifPI, - Right- \mrru ;.r; Boston at Detroit 2 - Wilson bander .Joel Horlcn pitched the favored t 1-0 and Monbouquelo 1-2 vs. Re- Chicago White Sox to a 2 1 \s< f,, r \\\c s»-ii>nj :;:;,< gan 0-1 and Sparma 0-0 tory over the jxmerful Minnc- ,. (i -. ; , I Minnesota at Chicago 2 — Ros- sola Twins Saturday as he -j-,,,, i.; ;: ^ ;ari , .;, jwell 1-0 and Kaat 2-1 vs. How- hurled a six-hitter !(,,. t y it . 1(tst oj st<ir f> . {( ard 1-0 and Pizzaro 0-0. i U was Morion's first victory : , er Aleks.ind: IVi:* Washington at Cleveland 2 — of the season and tbe first time down to ,, ffiV6 _. (k ./,,. 3'K) "HO fKi.1-- 7 12 1 fKK) 000 000- 0 3 3 1-0. and Battey. Pe- kcr •<!. W;!!s '7'. and Morinr.o. Martin BM'mr r,.ir! W. i Saturday's Results : New York 9 Baltimore 4 Cleveland 7 Washington 2 Detroit 9 Boston 8 Chicago 2 Minnesota 1 Los Angeles 3 Kansas City 1 Sunday's Probable Pitchers . M.Kki ncr iton ! i I' 00f> HI] i>X) irjl Ha'! •('(• l.iMr.!t"M !-'"i 7 . Ji.irlirr • 020 10 1.1 0 10fl~ 4 10 1 and OrMtio. '.1i. Sheldon ':il Sciirnid' 1 J • lx>scr I 1 o vs c i i . , S< Jnn.dt US Cagers Nip Russia oiu (int. :»-.-.«-.,d 3 3 6 0 Fr'-r- itm "lit i»i 0 0 , 1; _ McCormick 0-1 and Green 0-0 vs >n 23 innings his teammates n , ghl at lhc )ian(Js uf ,.. e , x , lu , Kralick 0-0 and McDowell 0-2 had been able to score for him. j jcan na , lonal ,,, am ,, wa< ., ; orStan ^L- sG a mM i Yanks, 9 Bait. 4 |f ff r«, deje.t ,„ «v, «»„:„ Boston at Los Angeles night N^ w YORK (UPH - Tom ; tn « *«'« Washington at Kansas City night Tn-sh. Hobby Richardson and . C-,, \\\. \V;r,nrr'-- 1 1 [v»n- f •!•: lift Smith National York KO i nnati ftiiO 0] ihn r,ir^;r.< :• <'-:'•• CKH>— 1 5 2 »h - 6 12 0 Only games scheduled. Were You Able To Identify These Men? LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene E c/io/s - Charlie Green • Slim Sgsser • Eddie Frear WE PICTURED THESE MEN FRIDAY, APRIL 23rd IN OUR STRAW HAT DAY ADVERTISEMENT. Select Your Graduation Sifts Now From . . , CARMACK & SONS, INC* 314 MAIN CIQVIS, N M- Oke m(*'i lie it jktit jtmt* iikt /« I READ and USE WANTADS REGULARLY .Io«' Pejiitone. the top third of the New York Yankees' batting order, collected eight hits and six runs among them Saturdav In a 9-4 victory over the Haiti;more Orioles Tresh had two nin-zlos a dout)ie. Pepitone contributed a pair of twi>-ha;ver^ and a single, and Richardson added two Rawls Leads Fern Golf Meet L..v !'•• HI.M- o n d e r and Fd- hr* ? 1 1. I'. i-Aardj OKI i ri.1 <•»;»-) .. ] 54 iio 4 Waj- and !>ai- '.' - j and •' SHOES FOR MEN ALL MEN'S DRESS and DRESS SLIP ONS Uegular 12.99 to 21.99 OFF 0\K WEEK OM4' (Sari tori* llUJtop Sbop|»ioij C««le/ CUni*, K. Me*- I SPARTANBURG.SC MM — Ik-tsy Ka»!s. trying for her first hometown win since H67. he'd a one-stroke h-ad ludav go- sng in to the m-ond round of the 131!, Peach Biossn m l !U1 ta- tional golf tournament Thc hliip.do spartan tiad a 2 under-par 70 in her o;>cn.fif; ne round to take a one-sirnkf lead La over Judy Torleumke, .1 2O> ear- old pro who got the only ea^l'i- Oi of the day — on UK- 505-yurd ll'- 17th l ,, ,. !tts , : " ; ' M l " ^ '"'" on; Sarfn ki burn 7> u- f " : ° !0 f>l> "" ,"" ' tt ' x ' ''' •''''' Ta\:-.r .V \Vtn- h r - '*») di^ (»») uiu llx AU-rna!'.-. ai'd H.tU-man rc'l i 'M > L'»M 1IR - (iair..^ the tee biu powered a fiarwas wood to \Mthin two feet of she cup and dn>pr»«»d the JHI(! for an eagle 3 Tnc ea^:.- MA \\\» h:r die,-, overcame a 2-o\< ! |>ar 37 S I-':.in on the front to give her a 7J L \nycU>$ for the day Hcndl. \. 1 Also at 71 was Marilvn ,vd M:;Ut. Smith Defcndini.' <. 'i.-impicii M: .i-r '(>• ; Mickey Wrieh! and .) ;. a n M n,: • Mill*Prentice were even par 72 for !m (KV Mr th e day. , l)a^i^ <2ndi \\ir.r.i 3 8 0 4 6 3 and Her- Far- .ihl '2 1'. (»r2 (M> 380 tm 21\ 6 12 5 i r >'. L:n/y <1\ -r >6' Kuufa*. Rin.»'lx>ro. lliatt \V. MIAMI HOLIDAY 3 SUN-FILLfO DAYS FOR 2 AT THE SANS SOUCI HOTEL MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA *inq to buy' Come m And pick up mi Holiday drawing AM) SttlW MEW IITHUI FULtfU SCIT CWOS ffli 19*5... the beautiful BELVEDERE WISTIRN AUTO

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