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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 13

Clovis, New Mexico
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Tuesday, May 4, 1965
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' May 4, ats Edge Portales Rams In 11 Innings, 6-5 iln-iln the second inning. Larry Max-, single and an error. David: walked 10 Ram players Sean five at the nlate nnd scorine The Cnt< now hnvn i 7 in i rHv •entwell, the Cats' starting pitcher,iSchopp drove them in with his jshelley came in to relieve Max-jthrec of the Cats' six runs season record arid a 26 district * * a ] k !i^°* n **^ Coach Carroll Graham stated, record. ' '..,.. Clovis (6) • S? « « Clovis won the game. The Cats scored again in the and the Rams scored five runs 1 came in to score on a throwing in the llth when Floyd William- second on David Schopp's triple; before Clovis could put out the fiftfY fimmnn fttiist'rutr In iMctVi* /4*tvr~ n**ii4 trtUn T>nt**«M M*«««1fl*i»t»l UI«M son singled sharply to right ing ifl bavid Schopp. r - and John Peters sacrificed him home to make it 2-0. Clovlg started the scoring In Portales scored all their runs fire. The Cats knotted the score in the sixth on Dickie Johnston's error by the Rams' shortstop. rpu t? tvi 1 Ff 1 1 t *1 *4 ENMUSets A , s D Spring Practice Red Sox «> on base. Maxwell struck out 11 and , . for the win. The win brings Shel- "(he boys played a good game The Cats take on the Rams ley's season record to four wins and we are glad to win this one. again Thursday night at Bell We sure want to beat Carlsbad Park. Game limfc will be 7 p.m „*,,! it.- i _„_ • • .. .••»• *••*.* i , it- , • < . and one loss. Leading hitter for the Cats was David Schopp, going two for PORTALES (Special)Spring football practice at Eastern New Mexico University is scheduled to begin Mond a y with an expected 45 hopefu 1 s reporting, including several let termen. Coach B. B. Lees lost only six seniors from the 1964 team! By United Press International Giants 3-1 in the only National Lee Thomas, the fallen angel, League contest, has permanently renounced his ... „ , halo. Nelson Mathews rapped out three hits, including a home Whatever feeling the Los An- run, and Ken Harrelson also geles players might have had jr \ f —a--- -— - - ••—— 4»wniv.L x,\* n/ jjav.c ci j-viui i\an for their former teammate van- sas City attack. Mathews' three i s h e d Monday night when Thomas, now a member in standing of the Boston WI.JT, oi^tnuA O J.A UiU LUC JLOtTl ICttin rj , r . " which posted a 4-5 record in!. . S ° x ' lashed .a clean single head coach. Leadership for the Hounds should come from quarterback Benjy Dial who last year as a junior was named honora b 1 e mention All-American bv the NAIA. The Farwell, Tex., youth finished the season as number eight in the nation in individual total offense with 1300 yards, an average of 185 yards per game. NAIA also listed him as 20th in passing. As a team Eastern finished 15th in total offense and llth in passing offense. Eastern's passing should continue strong with end Jim Martin of Clovis returning. Martin, who will be a junior for the 1965 campaign, set a new team record last year for most yards gained pass receiving. Hej eighth Lees' first year as Greyhound *° . rl * h t field in the inning to break up Dean Chance's bid for a no-hit game. The brilliant 23-year-old Cy Young Award winner, who usually is a slow spring starter, had permitted only one Boston batter to reach base through the first seven innings and that on an error by first baseman Costen Shockley. But Thomas, a 29-year-old first baseman who broke in with the New York Yankees and later made the All-Star team as an Angel, singled cleanly as lead-off batter in the eighth. However, he inadvertently preserved Chance's shutout and the Angels' 1-0 victory seconds later when he was thrown out attempting to steal second. Fortunate Move It was a fortunate move for - O- - *» »«,. v*o M. i\JL LUlldLC 1I1U VC ll/l caught 29 for 483 yards and four Chance because the next bat- + rtn f\\t rl r.i.i-v* n i __ _. V*wUC*l( ter, Fehx Mantilla singled, was forced at second by Eddie Bressoud and then rookie catcher Mike Ryan connected touchdowns. Top returnees in the backfield are Richard James, Portales, and John Whiteside, Dumas, ' ! ' AT»HX,_ iV^all VUlliIC^.LCl Tex., at halfbacks and for the third safety of the in- Butch Anderson, Carlsbad, alining. But Chance got out of the fullback. Dial lead the team in (frame without permitting a run rushing with 365 yards. Ander-ibv retiring pinch-hitter Russ son was second with 300 follow-| Nixon. ed by James and Whiteside with' The young pitching ace, who 252 each - recorded 11 shutouts last' year Starters returning in the line f mong his 20 victories - still'had Include Martin, tackles Amado ; ° ?Tl °u l the ninlh as he Salinas, Lubbock Tex a n oaded the bases wlth two men out on two walks and Carl Yas- here and Randall Grubbs, Dallas, Tex - f ° ut on ,Vj . , and guard Dick Morris. Clovis'!i trI 7 einskls S1 " glje> vBut and W. II. Allison, Ilobbs. 'j Chance reached back A , , . „ buzzed three straight strikes Only losses from the starting! past Mantilla, whose .365 bat- line are end Ear! Dunn of Level-; ting average is the second best l . — -• j ""(, «r^ic» 6 c la me BCtUI land, Tex., and honorable men-jin the American League tion All-Amencan and starting: It was one of eight strikeouts linebacker, and center Kerry,by Chance, who boosted his Scott. Quanah. Tex. ! record to 2-0. The loser was The Hounds roster of 42 last'rookie Boston righthander Jer- year hod 20 freshmen who hope- ry Stephenson, who struck out fully will provide some reserve seven in the five innings he strength. Help also may come worked but allowed the only legTtransS ° f 10 iun '° r C0 ^ n . ot . the - S« rae .-.« sli ^ Cincinnati homered to pace a 10-hit Kan hits boosted his average to . sizzling .565 on 13-for-23 produc >rv- uvut^ IF MI* i, i,i_/ »,/(,« fc v--«i it) »/o 1.1 [ 11 1 n . ir cu J it 111 (1 1: »» i u i./t i j '. 1 11. nnd the boys are improving ev- The Cots' next district game is ery game." Graham added. iwith Carlsbad iri Clovis'. Satur- N T Bront rf Bunfcn 3b Boyd c Johnston cf Blair II) Schopp 3h Peters If Williamson Clifton ss Max we Sliellev If p W PGA Pnrtales (5) If PALM BEACH GARDENS nament of Champions (UPI)—Arnold Palmer, one of ~ ~ tion. Diego Segui struck ou eight and went the route in evening his record at 2-2. Curt Simmons, the 35-year- old southpaw who lost his first three starts of the year, twirled a five-hitter and had a shutout until Willie Mays slammed a solo homer in the ninthl But the highlight of the game was San Francisco's triple play in the seventh inning. * ir * American League VV. L. Pet. GB Chicago 10 5 .667 ... Minnesota 9 5 .643 '% Detroit 9 6 .600 1 Baltimore 9 7 .563 1% Cleveland 7 6 .538 2 Los Angeles 9 8 .529 2 Boston 7 7 .500 2M> New York 7 9 .438 3Vi> Washington 6 13 .316 6 Kansas City 4 11 .267 6 Monday's Results Kan. City 5 Wash. 3, night Los Angeles 1 Bos. 0, night (Only games scheduled) ... Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Boston at Los Angeles (night) -.---— mnnn f" mon tiers -— r ------ Nicklaus. who was 1llh a» won $3.850.14 in oxtra-cnrrini- Palmer, who finished a close: Las Vegas, remained on top of lar plav for a lota] of $lf,.;L'<H7. C ° nd *? ^ Nlcklaus ln lhe Ulc slan(ii »g« wiu > winnings of tho highest oombincd total money standings last year, col- $3-1.400 and an overall total of among pro golf-rs h ' h Owens Ib Truelork ss Hofstad c Lavorn 3b Collins p (ioff rf Harper 2b Tanner cf 5 1 1 3 o n 4 0 1 5 1 1 5 1 1 S 3 2 1 0 0 .1 0 I 300 3 0 0 000 7 1 2 7 0 1 500 4 1 0 2 ] 0 5 0 1 4 1 1 4 6 1 0 0 1 - - i •"' -.... ...u-.^j oianuuiga nisi, jruai, uui- •p'JM.tvu ciuu an overall u was on the outside looking in lected $14,000 for his victory in;$44,975.99, including mnnov wot today at the Professional Golf- the Las Vegas tournament, but in unsanctioned 'tournaments ers Association (PGA) list of j was not admitted to the top W Doug Sanders continued in ^top 10 earners for 1965 despite]because the T of C is not con-iond place with official earmn his weekend victory in the Tour-|sidered an official PGA event. ! »f STIWTR .,„,. «n.ur. S NEWS-JOURNAL PORTS of $33.257.78 and $9.416 Of! in un: official events. ! Billy Casper, although third i officially with $22.473.33, has Sports Calendar Lobos Favorites In Coast Relays United Press International The Lobos may run into trou- M' The University of New Mexi- We so far as the team scoring i L , K co could become the first col-1 is concerned as five places will ,,",:« rn , lege team outside of California [be scored, 10-8-6-4-2 \, r to win the West Coast Relays ' Mctovy, Sr New Mexico's Clarence Rob- ""-'bnson. ( Poratlcs >d! Park. Thursday at C:.,M- TRACK FruLiv District Track Me liad. at far:- j Major Leafiuc Leaders i By United Press International I National League j G. AH R. H. Prl. I Allen. Phil 17 Of, jKranpool, NY 18 f.7 Kranpool. \V If! f,7 .Colman. Cin i:t 51 Clo\is at La i:\si i ni SF 13 4, r > 1' fti 1'J fil M 2! 16 .35.', Mar !!;.:• this weekend in Fresno Calif. Coach Hugh Hackett will take' inson !' 'i't '.) 21 1.1 -M .348 .344 a sure bet in tho ^wowuu 01. j^ua nugeies uugnu L-oacn Jiugn liacKett will take " I3V " acvms a sure oei in tho — Morehead (1-1) vs. Lopez 23 Lobos to the event, joining hroad and tri P Ip Jumps Robin- (2 ' 2 , ) - . i 1.500 other track and field ath- son set a school record last Cater. Chi American League (i. \B \(. II IVt I A.t/w \yvu\;i nain <JUU lltlU din- 1 .^^..v'v. ivvv/iu iti^i .. Washington at Kansas Cltyjletes, including manv of the na- ;weok a ^ainst BYU and Abilene M;intl!1 -' (night) — Ortega (0-3) vs '< " ' ' " r^. : ^ : . ....... \i,..\,,i, t O'Donoghue (1-2). Baltimore at Minnesota (night) Grant (1-0). Bunker (1-1) vs. Chicago at Detroit (night) ,Peters (2-1) vs. McLain (0-1). New York at Cleveland (night) — Bouton (1-2) vs. Siebert (2-0). Wednesday's Games Chicago at Detroit, 2, twi-nlght tion's best. The relays, first run 39 years Christian with a 51-1U in the triple jump. 14 •!!! 11 :,2 McAuhfe. Dct 15 47 Allison. Minn Causey, KC 10 If, ago, are the first of three big! , 0tner New Mexico favorites Wagner, Clev 14 .V, 13 4.'. 13 4<* 14 f.7 i;, 4 1 .) 7 LM 4 10 13 in n it. n r, Boston at IMS Ang., night Baltimore at Minnesota, night New York at Cleve., night (Only games scheduled) Major League Standings By United Press International track events this month in CaH wi11 be Bernie Rivers in the 100 Comoro. Bos ifornia. >' ar(1 dash but the New Mexico Kaline. Dot sprinter will have plenty of Bchrdsn, NY 16 (12 8 :>o .r: competition from .Stanford's' Home Huns Sl"s Tom National League c.:>\ir,;' ton, Phils f>. Mays, (lunts (', Southern California has won Mathews. Bravf-. s«<,b.>/i;i the relay team title in 30 of the Mets; Allen, l'hi!<; M,•<;,.•,•<••. 38 years, but the Trojan loss to Giants al! 5 Sattinlav TH\( K Track Mr,-! ! TJ:\\(<; ' ,i:>:,.-,d SKI IT 10 R FAST K LSI'ITS I'SK NKWSJOI'KNAL W\VT ADS Two More Relays The Los Angeles Coliseum u^'Z'stnd'Td Relays follow next week and HeS rQ Slad a " d the California Relays at Modesto are set for May 29. Hackett's Lobos have been Invited to all of the California [LA FONDA g~:j New Mexico and their suh«e- to National League Aqqies Thump ; tainted tally in the third. i Fleet Jose Cardenal had Los Angeles — i Houston opened with a single and the [St. Louis i little outfielder raced all the I Chicago way home as Albie Pearson, an Milwaukee ^ven littler outfielder, singled Philadelphia — The to center vvnere Lennie Green Milwaukee As«ies de muffed the p!ay " The ™ was San Francisco ^ • officially ruled earned because Pittsburgh dual tennis ° f a subsec l^nt fly ball which;New York man -h 'to bring their season rec,[ he SCOre " ^ stimated , "'^ have scored Cardenal in any PORTALES New Mr'vjco State feated Eastern New Mexico Un- iversitv 4-.'! in a W. 12 11 12 9 8 7 8 7 L. Pet. 8 11 6 12 6 13 .706 .647 .632 .529 .500 .467 .471 .467 .421 .333 .316 dam flatly asserts "the best ever" field has been lined up for the Fresno games. "This with_out a doubt is our best collegi- jate entry of all time." he said. GB; Because of the continuing jur- ... lisdictional fight between the 1 j Amateur Athletic Union and the 1 i National Collegiate Athletic As- American league 5, in thnfamiliar Scha A!!--:« Y.i:;kv 1U , , ? ?' n from a San o , „ team that has a :4oVl » i5 3% 4 4 4 5 sociation (NCAA), club and ser- New Mexico Rips Arizona Al.Bt'QfKRQI'K 'Staff. A-i /una State ami \t-\v MC-MI ••> ord to 12-3. The Cottage HK.HVINO "THK WKST'S IU;SI FKIKU CHICKKN" A!so Steaks And Sea Foods Hmav fio 3 Miles West Boxed Orders to «,o 763-4605 i case. Other Action The Kansas City Athletics i whipped the Washington Sena- Monday's Results St. Louis 3 San Fran. 1, night! (Only game scheduled) ! Tuesday's Probable Pitchers i rr- -• -•- •• "-.."'.,^.1 ^.i-na- Pittsburgh at Chicago —Law 1 , tors 5-3 in the only other Amer-KO-3) vs. Buhl (2-1;. u n0eet ' astu month Scan League game on the! Philadelphia at New Vork ' 2 ;3. and then proceeded to edge schedule and the St. Louis Oar-anight) - Culp (0-D vs. Jack- : £, n ? on A ate tw<> weeks later ' dinals topped the San Francisco; son (0-3). 84 to W) Houston at Milwaukee (night) —Bruce (Mi vs. Sadowski State's Gary Linrt- vice athletes will not be able to!f™ ^ d A ;| zona Sta '^ s ^ participate in the Fresno 1 , S1I ,» I ." nin ,!" spenal a Western Athletic Con(,r«-u,, games jCvents. Williams whl run Die | )nse ball duublchca-ler S.itunl.r. Most observers rate New!? pe " 44 ,°, and . Lind R ren . named a fiernc«,n sluj-fi-M. NWv M.-XI,-'. Mexico as the team to beat but!* 0 J, he O1 > flm P lc tpa /" >«,«' >'*'^ w.nnine. 12-11. and An/,-, t,,,k H^fo^Hi^,, ^ !„_ c«_ T iwmie an 18-year-old, will run in the night( ap .'! 2 special two-mile race \,. w M,.\ico u.-^ traili New Mexico will return home ; .,m;,< into the n::.'>! innuv, . ^ ! when the I^tx.s host ..Dencr (nil;«- Icirk w the WAC championships in l.'ni- MIPS, ch.-jsiiii.' Sun I><-vil w E D N E S D A Y 6% defending champion San Jose 7 [State, Southern California I'CLA, Brigham Young and Stanford all are loaded. Dropped Trojans New Mexico handily dropped Southern California in a dual to 4fi 1! ' t!" DORIS DRY l,c;i from thf mound FATHCR Goose evoRHowatD TONITE& WED! OPEN 6:30 P.M. THE SCREEN'S GREAT SCREAM-AND-FRIGHT SHOW! (2 1). Los Angeles at Cincinnati (night) — Drysdale (3-21 vs. Jay U-0). San Francisco at St. Louis (night) — Marichal (3-2) vs Sadecki (0-2). 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