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Clovis, New Mexico
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Monday, May 3, 1965
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Sight Out By United Press nternationat Nothing personal, but th sight of a Yanket Ways seems to bi beat ffi Robin Rotxrts. The 38-year-old (Roberts com pleted the Baltimore Orioles doubleheader sweep of th Yankees Sunday \vith a 5-0 vie tory, the 274th triumph and 42nd shutout of his 18-year ca 8, 1865 Of Yanks Brings Best In Roberts uniform a! ing o u t th reer in the major league. It was also his fifth win against the Yankees as opposec to a single loss since the Bronx Bombers released him three years ago this nlionth withou giving htm a chance to thro-w as much as a sinfele pitch. The Yankees hid purchased Roberts from the Phillies Oct 18, 1961, and released him May • 8 the following yejir. • Robbie looked back S u n day on the bad deal the Yan kees handed him without even a frown. No Bad Feelings "I don't hold any bad feeling \ toward the Yankees and I don'l try any harder iigainst them than any other club," he said. *'Honest, there's nothing per:- sonal. If I changed uniforms , tomorrow, I'd do tny very best for them too." Roberts, who passed old Yankee Red Ruffing and took over 15th spot on the all-time winning list, scattered six hits and • posted his third complete game victory, tops in the American League this season. Off to his best start since the old days with the Phillies, Roberts said he has set no goals for himself this season, but added: "I would like to win 300 before I retire." Rookie Curt Blofary, a former Yankee bonus baby, also returned to haunt the Bombers with a two-run homer in t h e baseman Chuck HSnton, wit the decisive run in the opener King, appearing as a pinch hitter In the eighth inning o the nightcap, looped a run-scor ing single which snapped a 2-2 tie. Relievers Buster Narum and Ron Kline were the win ners. Earl Wilson yielded only on unearned run for Boston unt. he pulled a muscle behind hi right knee making a pitch i the eighth inning of the opener Arnold Early and Dick Radat relieved to protect Wilson's vie tory. Rookie Mike Ryan sluggei two homers for the Red Sox in the nightcap and Dalton Jone drove in four runs with a horn er, triple and single. Bill Mon bouquette picked up the victory Harmon Killebrew homerer and doubled to drive In all o Minnesota's runs in the opener Don Buford and Floyd Robin son homered for the White So*, the second game to help rookie Bruce Howard to his sec ond victory. Howard allowed 'our hits in six innings before eaving with a blister on the middle finger of his right hand The Athletics ended their los- ng streak at seven behind the affective pitching of Fred Tal- jot who survived a four-run hird inning. The A's drubbed Ken McBride for five runs ir he first including a homer by Jill Bryan. The Angels rapped 5 hits in the opener with wo home runs by rookie Paul chaal and another by Bob Rodgers providing the power. * * * The St. Louis Cardinals tried n old remedy that revived hem last September and found t still works. The world champions' partlc- lar cure is the Pittsburgh Pi- first game, his fifth,. The Yan-;rates, and the Cardinals had kees tied the score 2-2 in the four invigorating doses over ninth on doubles by Joe Pepi- the weekend which zoomed tone and Tony Ktibek butithem from 10th place to a Johnny Orsino and Jerry Adair! fourth-place tie in the National delivered run-scoring singles inJLeague. the 10t.ii to eive the Orioles al St. Louis whipped the Pirates 4-2 victory. Stu Miller was the : twice Sunday, 9-5 and 5-4, to winner. j achieve a .500 winning percent- Twin Bills Swept i age for the first time this sea• : . In the National League, all son and extend its domination three doubleheaders resulted in;of the Bucs to 12 consecutive sweeps. Cincinnati toppled the;games over the past two years. New York Mets 9-4 and 10-8 at I Remember last September home. St. Louis defeated the (when the Cardinals began their ..visiting Pittsburgh Pirates 9-51 fantastic drive to the National and 5-4 and Philadelphia beat;League pennant? They came host Milwaukee ft-0 and 10-7.'into Pittsburgh in third place, Chicago b»at Houston fi-3 under i five games behind Philadelphia the Astrodome and San'on Sept. 24. When they left Francisco bi-at the Dodgers in j town four days later, they had Los Aneelcs 4-2. jwon five straight from the Pi- Jim Kirn', d.'-';\e In the win-j rates and were only 14 games nin-_! runs in bo?ii £anv>< for the'out of first, headed for the XL Senators although' he needed flag. *».ji£^ some alort l>a^-nin:nr. iu-Ip Sweep Four Games from Hi! Bnnkrrutn, a pinch-j Manager Red Schoendienst's runner, who raced home from crew bounced out of the sick- third, on King's poo foul to first bed again at the sight of the Pirates Sunday, completing « sweep of the four-game series World Series hero Bob Gibson survived a 12-hit attack to pos his fourth straight victory in the first game. Curt Flood and Tim McCarver drove in two runs each in support agains loser Bob Friend. Willie Star geU and Jim Pagliaroni horn ered for the Bucs. Bill White's ninth-inning hom^ er in the second game capped a Cardinal rally and provided Ray Washburn with his second victory. Bob Veale had allowed only one hit, a homer by Ken Boyer, until the eighth when the Cards tied the score at 4-4 on a walk, a pinch double by Phil Gagliano and singles by Lou Brock and Curt Flood who has hit in 15 straight games. The Reds swept a pair from the New York Mets 9-4 and 10-8 at Cincinnati to take over the eague lead; Philadelphia took :he Braves twice at Milwaukee >-0 and 10-7; Chicago halted Houston's 10-game winning streak 6-3 and San Francisco seat the Dodgers at Los Ange- es 4-2, in 10 innings. Washington shocked the In Hans at Cleveland 3-2 and 4-2; Boston whipped the Tigers wice at Detroit 2-1 and 10-3; Minnesota stopped the White ox 3-2 in 10 innings then lost -4 at Chicago and host Kansas 'ty beat the Los Angeles Angels 9-5 after losing tha opener 0-8. Jim Maloney hurled his third traight complete game victory or the Reds in the opener gainst New York and Gordy oleman, who had five hits in he two games, crashed a two- un homer in the seventh in- •u'ng of the nightcap off reliev- r Jack Fisher, who lost both ames. Coleman's blast erased n 8-7 New York lead and sent he Mets to their sixth straight oss. Net Title Captured By Richey DALLAS (UP!)- Cliff Richey is just 18 years old, but veterans on the tennis tour are discovering he can play beyond his years. The Dallas youngster beat seventh-ranked Ham Richardson Sunday 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 for the third straight time to capture his second tournament victory of the year. The other win was at the Sugar Bowl, where Richardson was also the victim. To make it worse, Richardson, also of Dallas, defeated :op-ranked Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield Calif., to get to the 'toals of the 19th annual Dallas Country Club tennis tournament. Richey knocked off second-rated Chuck McKinley of Vew York in the quarterfinals, hen beat Houston River Oaks hamp Ramanathan Krishnan f India to gain a berth in the inals. Cliff's sister, Nancy, the No. woman player in the nation, seat the world's top-ranked emme netter, Margaret Smith f Australia, 6-1, 6-4" Sunday for he women's singles champion- hip. Richardson stayed around to ollect a first-place trophy also •.hortly after his loss to Richey e teamed with McKinley to ake a 4-6, 6-4. 8-6 doubles de- ie P ilm Of W m ^ ! L"- JO PGA-sponsorcd starts.'achieved a measure of rovi-n«.> Hi.vjiini,' Junn (Chi Chi) Rod- ,lri ff nm«, h»«i, to lho Oklahoma at the windswept Desert Inn . i;:nr/. who P,™>H «n'nrwi Pa Jm r constaTS Say and led etter ^ssional Golf Association (PGA) champions from wire to wire to win $14,000 and the Tournament of Champions title. ?l°- He did Win the World walt/ecl homo will, '••' - - - —- _..,., * i wi nt •• ».• i i.*,n i iiv/i i it- \v 1111 ti £. 11 - 1 i u n - . .• • f .. T TO kppp MIS on his [Match Play championship aider pur — while \icklaiK fin- ""' m!l « streak poma j n )h P Nicklatis, Wembley. England, last No- lished 3 shots back at 2!tn ^''L.OOO c ( .ioni;il National Invi- vemher — but tnaf did not "1 had hr.-ml so much count as an official PGA title, me not winning a t.mrn _Nicklaiis stripped Palmer of in 1!) starts it \\;is «H!i his coveted Masters champion- mo." th ' ship three weeks ago and also from Latrob<>.' i' a . admHti'd edged Palmer of money-win- after his do It wa. Peer's M v,o, orv ^^'l' i.^S K^'S ^"li,,! Robinson a I Fort North. T-\ . next week hut Nicklaus will not be in the st.irtim; 1,,-id. Xirklaus ro- lin'cfi in Ins Columbus. Ohio, his v id> is expect- S NEWS-JOURNAL PORTS - ision from Krishnan and Ron lolmberg of Dallas. Box Scores American Ifeigiit* 1st game 10 mnlnifj 020 run nnn 2~« 7 i OO) not nil n '• <, ' -McNally, Miller 9 &no Orsmo. Sioitii- NM High Schools Set For District Shatters Meet Mark By Vnited Press Intr-rnatinnal The l'niversi!> of \,. w M,.-, i'''i remained i!iv!cre ;i !..,| : track competition by 5^".' Abilene Chi i l{ri'."ha:u \<>' urday nirh; 'rai. k nice; ; Palmer chalked up rounds of '" -71 VI- 277 in lho Tourna- '<! Champions Hr> nailed l.i birdies en route and madn a vi'i-v important <>a<,'le in the lina! rriiiivl a:;ains| only six '''"''"•^ M"re importantly, [> r ,|. '"'•I' di'l no' have a single ""•i-I'-puM i:rcen over he 72'.''•''' ""i ! " and putting had '•" '"' !'-"i''i,'-;' i;i|- n j n recent ;; Sander': of of 2P.1. t'u-n . at :>:; i:,,-. ,,;..]. .. t'.;ir,, ;,,,,,,;,. f An.frali,, af Vi. Kach fired ii on !')e f,, 1; ,| Saturday in important track wins'over" the! Menaul °w!!n ^er'md ,>i, r <. weekend as New Mexico h i K h with 75 points and won al f , schools complete preparations [relay races settin- a new nv.-k for district meets this weekend^ the 880 and mile rJlav* S, and the state championships in naul ran a m;!e relay n ''! Albuquerque May 14-15. ' of At:«- •— —.... n,! inniii nn, i <i 1 1'. inner—Miller 2-2. Lnsrr—Heniff n 2 1IH_ ! . Mary 5th. • 10 eclipse the old ' mark ,, : Valley won its first city track 3 51.5 by Corona l.-Kt year ' r ' and field championship in the! Five records were hr'.ik'rn a M ;r " F. M. Wilson relays Saturday ;defcndinc champion San!a ' }• ,'• ''" at Milne Stadium. Hobbs won'posted a m-7'.t 1 ., vi'-tnrv (>•,••• '"''•' the annual Hobbs relays with Jiost Los Lunas in t!;e''l.')':)' ,v 314 points to outdistance see- nun! Jxis Lunas Invitational s., 1 i ond place Odessa, Tex. Permi- urday. C,rants' ua? third *'•> v jan w 'ith 61.' 2 ' foilaweri hv IKen \<, • ' ! 4f). ' ,1' Miid _, , ...,, ,i i ,, cvi H.I i ./i n ; no rvoi 1 ipp • i •Jn^'ffi i? ,^™^J?. 1 ^,",'!,, 1 ^! * in e records were rewritten NEED MONEY? SAVE NOW IXO NO. 3 WPP 'Buiidlp 86 Per Thou B.I. Ft. 1x8 NO. 4 WPP *\Z* 2110 N. PRINCE CI/>VIS, N. MIX PHONE 762-4566 upplu we. I I ** THRU WED. HOBB f TODAY & n'ES. AT 1:80-4:01—6:47 & 9:33! ""••MMMIBMHMMHMMMMM "A lusty, boldly provocative production - HALWALLIg ADLT-T $1 00 75<: CHILD 50c Chris Short won his fourth ame in five decisions as the hillies broke a four-game los- ng streak in the first game gainst Milwaukee. Hank aron, who set a National -.eague homer mark, misjudged fly ball allowing three runs o score in the sixth, breaking p a scoreless duel between hort and Denny LeMaster. Aaron homered off Bob Be- insky in the second game, his 368th since he and Eddie Mathews became teammates in 1954 and gave the pair a total of 746 round trippers, one more than the previous league mark set by Duke Snider and Gil Hodges of the Dodgers from 1947 to 1961. • Richie Allen took over the j batting lead (.394i with five hits and drove in four runs with his fifth homer, a triple and a double in the two games for Philadelphia. Wes Covington took the lead in the home run derby, slamming his sixth. Willie McCovey broke a 2-2 tie in the HJth inning with his second homer of the game to provide Jack Sanford with his second victory for the Giants. Dick Tracewski had four singles, drove in one run and scored the other for the Dodgers. Bob Miller was the loser. Ted Abernathy saved Larry Jackson's first win of the sea- with 2 2-3 innings of near- perfect relief pitching and the Cubs took advantage of four unearned runs to stop Houston's winning streak at 10. Karnie Banks doubled home two runs for Chicago and Ron Santo added three hits. The Light Touch By Jack Winton Halt. N cw York Game .•,'iic iwviius wtrie ii'wiiurn , *. »• .,, in the Wilson Relavs as Vallev . In , t!l ° No!lh( ' rn im (C n nin_r, r, n s( l l ' e aked by favored Sandia i.,.-n« 3 79 and Highland upset Albu- up }i», wi i; i i v ,v " .<nh,T!« in a-,I /->,., T cjina <ll^ll«IIUi Ull^l'i ,'tIIIIJ- it,,.,.., ^"R^^ . 0 n;^.n'S?M^l|q«erque High 71-63 for third ''l''!? 1 , h ^, Ki U ' !l> WI ' : ' ir< ' iwning 2-2. HR—Blair 2nd. 'place '''• " is ' : "^ ^'-'"' !;'>•'• !.:•' Downi ... v. " *"*• Powers Shines Itearn champi'-uu.'iip. S'. r Sandia's Handy Pouers turn me was third w:?, 1 .. -i."i nr.'i !' in the best performance of ens fourth v,;::-. -I..' on nf**-) n'^i—i in >-•"•••• imn K,I (,». • ' MrCarrnlrk, Kline 7 and M.•<•»»„•. (: II S KrHilrk, Donnvan «. McMah.n 7 Iwrt S. Tmnt S nnd ram-on Wirr..-r—K""<- '" ' " ' """"• ' " i<i. ifixrr— McMnhon oi,' iiHs-.M(•''«!»• the day, upsetting favored Hor M, Aivusrd. ^ G ^ (Maschewski of Valley in both "i"'^ '"j" 1 -"" ""— i«ilhurdles events. Powers set n KiinTT'.n^V; ^^y'Kj-"^^^ record in the 180-yard lows by | ^ ,. „ . a : i98_ powers return- 1 'ed with a :15.0 in tlie 120-yard 5 for another of Sandia's 61 Luicr-Beii M. ^R-Af,-.MuJipn z-,<i. Br """i ' sanie nm nm (m_a Cladding 8 •n 2-0. LIHIT. 2nd 9 . .. H!i-Hr.-v run | Detroit M.,nN>U(i"<i OJ /iftjj r!j-«n (Varn .1. WKkersham fi. s'.,. r ^ tj a ;l:'-ir.. LSWT — S|,armn n 1. H[t t ._ j Dodgers Defeat Amarillo Valley's medley quartet of, [RandaH Petty, Atnhony Armijo. d'Hudy Shoats and Jim Playiicns. ,° logged a new record of ,1415 Hy I'nltrd I'H-SK rntcrnational , J^ bettering the 3:42.7 recorded hy Amar;l!o s Aar-n 1'uir.',- K\ii;i a in e, i-iid .Man/ano in 1963. sma^hi'd <>\i' two b»*j ! c r •• 111 l:n! ''" ' Hobbs won f ; -st In thc> nv 1 , Sun(1; '- v t)Sl! il ' !l(1 r ' ; '' ' ; ' ''""•• ••" {,,< mi wit i -t 11 •> ii"uu> \w»ii i.iSi m niii' . ... •••'"-- RfM/d. AlblKj.lCKj'.K- Uofi •;, •bbs won first In the miN relay, the mile medley and thr vi^'Vw::? v P°' p vault in winning its annual .'.'':!'' !'T''i'' ^!s",- :n relays over 2fi other h ! n h ' n«/isr:i if. schools. Texas Western wm tho Tim win ^,,;,^ ^i !( , j>, college division over McMurray firmly in the ritimbt-r 0:1. TOMORROW Morshol 'K.'i';i K Cr,-*'s'- IRj<-K " m/tr '" •'' 1- Fstancia Texas • : ' : "'''w:?Ji. P r' - '!i'*r»r!, h -'i"' r1 ,',,,"'' l ,Hieh compiled 9!)'.- points '.^ thirds j*.-iioi. nui - H..m:;» un .i.d. i,_r.,.-,i outdistance a seven-team field lit Cam/. i in the Bean Valley Invitational 7 P.M. oid 9:15 P.M. In Person The best thing about the future is thai it comes only one day at a ume... Nt-\er question your wife'* judgement. Look who she mar• ried.. . I Small boys are definitely washable even thixigh they may shrink from it ... V>'v know a father who examined his son's refjort card and reali/ed thai at least, wit.ii those I marks, he certainly couldn't be ! cheating ... Psychologists advise us to get I more out of We by becoming enamored, of a challenging problem or a lovely woman. Some men do both, simultaneously ... Another way to get more out of lif« is to call on Jack Winton Realty. 2401 Main — 762-17gl, whenever you want to buy or sell a home Let's get acquaint- f. a-.,! HI.I n r >an Winner • Tn '•' -Hivl,- i, 1. HKi — !> 1st . _.. f, in and Ills" H. in. R<-«M 1 . « K"». 'I ,ru,r< in Winner —• Sar.l." :.].)« MarK-T.slr 9 «r.J I-.', Loser — LtL York iKinii S Cinr.'.um, fi <: All It I! I' 12 4; .( i,. H 4^ Si* . 8 n/.rf Tav.'Jf \ .A'rt: 7. W''("(j,il h i'fj i',,.. , rr- -Hi -".r\. 2" ',,, V (,,: \ i; Rnm-all », B-J'-I-JS an<l -'iirv IT, Win' ^r — i.t.^,n .<J ^ .', HR» - Vdrj;.,. .';. j ) tilt. A'«; Rcha.i Ar^os . t!f Yar.kt n;l 4 K'in» halted In M .--«..k»-,- i. S',.i"! t! and TI land'is I nr.d T'.rre. Laser — — A..en .Mh. 2r,d gam* I'•• .!artrl;ih:a Wi ];•> <t]r\ --n '•> 2 • - . I'.c.U nn-t Alirn. l j h, , H Mantilla. Rti) S-jx 3 Inn a/id Gibwiti. <-'arO» a IIHs Wagner S, Baid». n .n i o lie I 4 '!'• i'f*.'ndu*T H ar..| i >• • l>«-rl.f'h jn 'i -U. IIJKT — <l b.-i 1 fcih '1 jvirir j*f A."U ; leny. 1 .: ir.s :i 1. Split the I.f.'iL'llc N <H::\, <1i>-.;'. header witli Kl 1'aso TSc s. dii.; ti.i' spurs f,ir a i. first Kansi- vn-toiy but drop;., the .F,,!-t \\.irtn. lik . ha- M':t! 1(1 t 1 ,!! I'ut they arc one ^ami' in f . ultcri'i! un!v <; ,j,.' to tin- Dodder's scu-n dfd- A!!. Sports Calendar Today B \SKBAI.I. Clovis At I'omhs :i 30 p in HASKBALI. Thursday Portales at Clovis. Bt-11 Park, 7 j> m. TRACK Friday District Track Meet BASEBALL Saturday Carlsbad at Clovis .1 & 7 p m Track Salurday District Track Meet Finals The Cottage HHtVI\(f "THK WK.ST* 111 M 1 Kll I) « IIK Kf N' lli«;i> Ml 3 Mill's H.-»t iM-il Orili-rs it, i,,, I»J:H |i;i,-i ROGBtHUB WUffNaSON DAVID HOUSTON RUSTY & DOUG DON BOWMAN WADE RAY Thumbs Carlisle Timan FRANKS S|.1."» .\d\uarf — . 'lit-krts At hCl.V or \ ill im- Krrurtl Shop •vMMJ At "All I said was: Show me a filter that delivers the taste and I'll eat my hat. " THY NCW UICKY STRIKE FILTERS

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