Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 6, 1965 · Page 7
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 7

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Texas Tech Slates Rodeo LUBBOCK. Tex. <UPIi "Hands" from three universities in New Mexico joined cowboys and cowgirls from nine other schools today for the start of Texas Tech's three-day Collegiate rodeo. Points earned by contestants during the rodeo will count toward qualification in tho national finals at Laramie. VVyo.. this summer. Teams were entered from Kastern and Western Now Mexico Universities and Now Mexico State. Othej- schools represented in the rodeo include Sul Ross. South Plains College. Midwestern t'niversity, Oklahoma State University. Panhandle A & M College. Hardin-Simmons l.'ni- vdfsiu. Texas Western College. Wo>t Texas State University, and Texas Tech. Standings Americnn League W. L. Pet. HI! cin,;,-,, n -,-, 722 Minnesota 11 55 .Wlfl 1 Lo s An-eles 11 f! .57!t '.!'•.. Cleveland H 7 .ViH 2':: Detroit '•> ft 500 4 Baltimore 9 0 .500 4 New York 8 10 444 5 Boston 7 0 .4.'W 5 Washington 7 1.T .:>.:>( I 7 Kan«a-. Ci'.v 4 12 2:V) 8 Terry Shuts Out; Yankees, 4-0 By United Press International his record al 2-2. The only run Jim Uunning just got "too lie allowed was Rusty Staub's smart." according to his man- second home run in the sev- ager. Gene Mauch. enth. Bunning, t h e perfect game .foe Torre homered for the pitcher of last .lime 21 and a Braves' other run in the fifth in-game winner, lost three of off starter Dick Farrell. who his first four games this sea-ilocked up with Blasingame in a son hut Mauch claimed he hadiduel for nine innings. "great stuff in every game." j . i Farrell allowed just five hits ! "Jim was just over pitching, until the ninth when a line drive He knew the hitters' weaknesses off Hank Aaron's bat hit the and was moving the ball.Houston pitcher in the head, around (oo much trying to pitch bounced in the air and was to those weaknesses instead of.caught on the fly by second relying on his own strength,"baseman Joe Morgan for an the Philadelphia Phillies man-;out. Farrell finished the inning ager said. I hut was removed for a pinchhil- Wednesday night Running de- t er j n the 10th and was taken to cided to forget a lot of the book a Milwaukee hospital for obser- on the hitters and just rar! va tj on . Claude Raymond was back and throw The result was,t ne loser. a four-hit shutout of the New; Ron p a i r | y and Dick Tracew- York Mets. 1-0. and Running ski nil nome ru ns in support of slugged the game-winning horn- a struggling Koufax. who er in the bargain. !allowed nine hits, struck out "That was tho difference,"; pi ,, ht and mt . a hatter which Mauch analyzed "He was loose forc(ic ] j n a ,- U n, en route to his and was just fogging them inl third v j ctor y \ n four decisions. thf>re " Jim O'Toole suffered his fourth Talks Of Homer consecutive loss lor the Reds. BunniriK. however, was talk- -j-j os (; am( > me only about the sixth-inning Wi , !j( , ^. 1VS tipc) the game home run he hit off 44-year-old wj(h hj . t ; H ;, h hom(1 nm in the Uan-en Siuihn. the hard luck h innin ,, and (lnu hu, d home i"-rr in the duel who also al- Q., ,. in a "five-nin 10th innini! lowed only four safeties- ( | p j anls inst relicver Wildcats Take On Portales CtOVB NEWWOCTWAt, Bran, M«r ft 19TO, That's the first homer I've hit to rislit field and it's .', Ray Washburn Jim Daven- eser hit to r.Rht tied and it s, hird douhlc of tne game the first I ve had in the Nation-:^ g , hrce . run tri pl e by Willie The Clovis Wildcats take on the Portales Rams (onight in a non- district game at Bell Park with action to get underway at 7 p.m Starting pitcher for the Cats will be Buzz Sweat. The Cats have allowed t h e Rams nine runs in three games. The game that was canceled because of rain will be played in Clovis May 13 at Bell Park. The Cats will depend ori their strong hitting and the pitching from Sweat Sweat has won the 'only two district games for the Cats this season. He slopped Hobbs on three hits in the second game of the doublcheador and was called on to relieve Larry- Maxwell in the first game. Coach Carroll Graham said. "I am real pleased by the way (lie team has improved over the lasl couple of weeks They have played a strong defensive game and their hitting has been good all year," added Graham. ; Leading hitters for the Cuts are Wendell Brent. Jerry Hoyd Dickie Johnston and Lynn Blair. The ne.x! district game trill be Saturday at Clovis with Carlsbad. The doubleheader is slated to •<tart at .1 and 7pm nt Boll "ark J!'*"' r » h r i- :"i "-<> :HI llr i;ii Arnie Palmer Pick n Colonial Tourne FORT WORTH. Tex. iUPD— Old man par, an elusive target down through the years in the Colonial National Invitation golf tournament, may be a bit easier to catch in this year's affair which gets under way today with Arnold Palmer in the i favorite's role. j The 7,162 . yard Colonial Coufi- I try Club layout with its "world's ! toughest" par 35-35—70 seldom gives much ground to the select | fields which have tested its tor- Ituous river-boardered acres In !l8 previous tournaments. Bantam Ben Hogan, who has won the tourney five times, struggled to a five-over-par 285 here in 1959 and still picked up the first - place check; Roberto de Vincenzo woft to, 1957; with a 284; Gary Middlecoff (1951),'.Hogan (1953) and Toflttny JSolt S NEWS-JOURNAL PORTS (1958) turned the t: and Dong Sanders in 1961 with a 2fiL On threp other ,i 280 was gopd.enou_ time's bne-under-pa' worthy, of. -the' .c: Snead won it with , and has been, bad*, since, and Chandler. it with a 275 in 1: NM Thin-Glads Set For District Sonics Rip Spurs, 11-1, On 14 Hits Play Roswell CHS Netters by United Press International ' The Clovis High School tennis The Amarillo Sonics unlim- team will travel to Roswell Sat- bered their bats Wednesdays-day for the district*' tennis night and gave the Dallas-Fort matches in which Clovis i$ tied Worth Spurs an 11-1 baseball i for second place with Hfl^bs^ The Clovis team has a season The loss shortened the Spurs record of 5-2. The Roswell mat- Eastern Division Texas League cnc s will determine who goee to .,...,.„ , . .. , , , lead to two games over t| 1( > the slate meet, Carlsbad-i&JCad- IJ>liuted Press International Relays last week and Roswell jTulsa Oilers, a 5-1 winner over'tog the district. . , Chira;:.. 4 Det. 0. 1st. m.:ht Chirav'ri 4 Iiet 1. 2nd, nn:h< Cleveland -i N* V n. night Li)-- Angele* r> i'.oston 4 in:;:'.' Minnesota '' Haiti 2. nmht '<'nK {jamfs scheduled i National League I,.- -\m-eles P. f, 68-1 :,l League Hnnnrng said ". — - p -; fpalurod - thc 10th in" '"'"" ,'". Ul " , , A T, nCan n n.« firrworks which followed '(''home" " ^ ° n( '!u<r error, by second baseman Phil Ga'-lliaiio Buhl's^ shutout bid tor the Cubs was ruined in Hie eiabt'i Saii'lv Kouf,i\ pitched Die T.o-s ni.:cli.< Hod'.'ers into first place d 14 i ,,,d, r Hi 1! '.' 10 o to 7 n " 1! :<t x i i7f, 174 474 ."„"><> St * ngv for Milw,uk,.,. f'"' *" !>irat ^ fX< Ma,he,s doubled - , h e vie- 0 a ^z:z^^^ ;,,-„;, ,„; ,-,„„, ,„,„,. Heckert and Len '.ab.ie^m rg!i f,,r a '! 1 Huraeo each had two h,!s lor the (. b . and San Francisco Ti-rr> « h » won «<• ^ u ; s id.', in 10 m- for the Yankees m that so u > was the series h.ero a n d IOOK fat check :» new car n n i New Mexico high school cin-jhas disposed of both Carlsbad dcrmen prepare this weekend \ and Las ruces earlier. lor the state finals next weekj with district meets-District 2-i Koswell a j so bested Sandia AA at Carlsbad and 1AA in Al- f und "'gWand of Albuquerque in the New Mexico Military meet several weeks ago, so if the ('!,-)-:s AA athletes who finish i Coyotes can stave off Hobbs anioivj tiic I'irsi three places in they may be favored in the i.:«li\ idual events, or run for a state meet. \\iniiin:; relay team, will qualify h,-- the state meet. And fourth Valley's distance ace. 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"le- Co!ili.:ll;i'o Rnl Sus ('.,'. aviln, Indla:i> (ie'HiK- A - Hall Twin-- Ohv.i T-A.'.S Ma:itie Yank- ai! 4 Sports Calendar Today IJASKBA1.L Poi atiej. at CIu\ i- 7 ]• m a' l'.i-ll Park l-'rida) TKACK Ii^tru-t Track Mt-e'. al C.i:'. • bad Satmda\ HASKHALL m (ioi.r Clovi< at Las CniM-e- TKACK G:i 's Sp<irt> U.A at I'"; 'aie:- D!>!. r "H'. Ti ark Mee! I• i!:aN a! CarUh.ul Martial! ami C..1!.- .Ir H: ? :::s at Portalo n:\Ms Clovi-s at Ktis'Ar, Suiulax SKK»:T Trap and Skt't-' S:;-i'' at ,)C Trap, Skt-i-i Hange |Lauberl, not only is a threat for the Dist. 1AA two-mile run title and record this weekend but should win in the state )00-\ard dash: : 10 1 seconds; i meet at University Stadium. Al- 202-yard dash: 2.20: 440 - yard jso. Valley's miJe medley unit 'dnsv .52.0; 880-yard run: !won the Wilson Relays with a Jd5 5. mile: 4470; 2-m i 1 e record breaking 3:'41.5 and Hi 2-! o: 120-vard hiah.v : 15 4; should capture that event. 180-\ ;ird lows 20 '' -;)'')-\ard rr'av 44 (i seconds- Ilobbs as usual wil1 b ^ toll « h in the 2AA distance events. The Albuquerque. The El Paso Sun Kings and Austin Braves had to call a action storm. Top players for the Clovis'team ire Dean Bawcom, Marvi^Jghn- halt to their scheduled ston Pat Davids o n andlWtch thanks to a heavy rain-; Dunn '.JT'I . , i In the meet there will be^two lashed three Spur; sing ] es and two doubles3n2rtcTies. for 14 hits one of. C oach Brooks Jenm'itgTre- T ? M P t , hree " r = n h ° m f Oby (marked. "I am real proud of the Jack McClure. Raymond Cor-! t and . ve aro £ ing rea , de.ro went he distance, allow- ; well Th<J team has ^n Wflding ing on y eight hits and pitching j from the tart of the se ason and shutout bal until he Spurs gotj we will have four of the 1 'top'six their only tally m the top of the; , avers back next vear; ,, ,.?. ninth. ! . " .. ..<„> Kagles' avoid Woodward will e;.' i- favored in the in Albui|uerc|'ie on .!h of its win in s Wilson relavs. mile relay: i' (l mile merllev 3460: ,' ,,'i 1 4'i-n d s('"|, IP-O- ' acc some tought competition •:.:'"ir,:,.n. broad n;m;."l-(i' but snould win lia ndil >' in the ,. ,.,.,.,, -,.u .j,,,j ;,(,!,. v ., l ,j I mile. Woodward has recorded a , " " : ' ! ' ' 4.21.0 this year. \.,.'e. ,- favored in the 1AA (.'lass A athletes who place 1- 1 'i l ' 2 in individual contests or run last for a winning relay team in j district competition qualify for Coach Jim Dou.Jhty. seeking ; s tate regardless of their per• school's first district track jformance marks. The Dist. 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