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May 7, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 12

Clovis, New Mexico
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Friday, May 7, 1965
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Mr; JflBWWOtflWAL, fHdftf, Mat 7,106* W f-9Utt <$f?wT j v,*r* H»< '«' * *!*». •"• " V . 1 s w ** " ** *•»>•'" " ' ' / ^t' -i*: *' ' f **' f ' '' W 1 • Clovis Wildcats Club Portales Rams, 13-5 The Clovis Wildcats blasted need the experience." Schopp came up with a triple and third, four hits and two base on Portales, 13-5 in a non-district The Cats scored in the first in- John Peters singled Scliopp halls. Bunten drove in two runs game Thursday night. ning when Wendell Brent. Byron home. Bu/v. Sweat doubled, scor- with a triple. The win brings the Cats' sea- Bunten walked and scored on mu Peters. Wendell Brent then ^ (s scored one in th ' son record to 8-10-1. Dickie Johnston's double driving brought Sweat home with a line fourth and ', wo ,„ (hc flfth inninc Coach Carroll Graham used in Brent sinek' up the middle and scored ., «;,.„„> vvn< , , h ' „,«„„;„„ New Cage Coach Due At ENMU PORTALES (Stall) — Harry Miller will become the head basketball coach at Eastern New- Mexico University. Miller is the most successful basketball coach that Fresno State ever had. vvn< , , h „,«„„;„„ _ i i, . , . , .,i m, ,n , i . , , , . , ... •!•• o was me winning nearly all of his players in the The Wildcats had a big second on Bunion's sacrifice. pitcher but needed helo in the game. Graham said", "the boys inning scoring tour runs. David The Cats scored five runs in the | hiri j j nnirif , Scan s ne |]e v cani(1 in with two men on and put out tlit' Hams' rally. Portales scored their runs in the second and sixth inning. Darrell Tnielock was the Hams' leading hitter going three for lour at the plate. Tnielock was the losing pitcher. pving tip Ki runs and 12 hits. Cloviv will piny Carlsbad in a d"i:hlcheader district 2-A game S.ii;irda> Firs' game will get under wa\ in the afternoon at 3 P in and Ihe nightcap at 7 p.m. C!o\ic 1 4 f> 1 2 0 n I'm laics 0 1 2 0 0 2 (I Clovis (13) r.I"r:i rf S NEWS-JOURNAL PORTS Dodgers Carried By 'Big Four' • • ••- ««*- ••• -»• £ OLF TEAM ~ Members of the Clovis High Dominquez, son of Mr. and Airs. Joe Dominqucz 901 Ash- I .School golf team going to the District 2-A meet at Los David Engelking, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard "Eneelkine' r-Graces Saturday are, left to right, John Krattiger, son of Cannon AFB, and Jim Dominquez, brother of Jesse (Staff • • Mr. and Mrs. John Krattiger, 1421 Piedmont; Dan Skar- Photo) r da, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cash Skarda, 301 W. Plains; Jesse Clovis Golfers To Play In District 2-A -• The Clovis High School golf but fell three strokes shy of the will be held in Las Cruces May Coach Gracv Capos stated team travels to Las Cruces SaMconference. Clovis picked up 21, 22. "We have seven lettJrmenthai urday to participate in District;enough strokes to take second Number one player for Clovis have carried us this season and 2-A golt competition ;p lace and replace NMMI. is Jesse Domirlgquez, who was thev have done a real fine iob Clovis placed second m the con- 1 In the Hobbs tournament, Clo- runnerup medalist in the confer- Six' of the Icttcrmen a?e from ference, three strokes behind!vis set a state low score of 294 ence. last year's team nnd ™i 3 conference leader Alamogordo. to win the meet. It was the low- The Clovis team members go- them" will' be back next vear' The Clovis team prior to the.est score recorded in the state, ing to district are, Jesse and adcM » P nc y ' Hobbs tournament was in third: Clovis will have to qualify in J i m m y Domingquez Dannv place and needed to pick up lOjthe top three in the district meet Skarda Johnny Krattiger and strokes to win the conference, to be able to go to State which David Engelking Miller will succeed his old coach. Al Garten, who announced his resignation from the Portales school April 2.1 Garten will Ky t'nited Press International Pudie- wa- loiccd t,, !<,,,.complete his long career at East- ^ °" lu ' ec ' a sc.orecard to iden- the game wi!;i iw,i out in the ern in June. " '"'>' " ie I' 0s Angeles Dodgers' -event!) inning when h'.s anr. hitlers and it's worth the price -tiii-Tied and R<,b Mil'*"- te Miller acclaimed a National The familiar Dodger Mugger ;;e\.-d i.-ai to PM-..TVC |<,,. %••••• S-. !:'•!•:- '-' Inter-collegiate Athletics Associ- -Snider. Furillo Hodge*- and.••,,,; 11 ' t--irdc- - M-C'T, i v , . lirev.. r i ation all-star tinder Garten in Campanclla - arc gone and ton. ' ' ' P'-te.. u ! ^0- such iinpublici/ed names a- ,- ,, , , ' '••'• : ' r> ^ Tracewski. I'arkcr. Lefebvn * and Griffith are winning gaine- in their place "' ; ' ! '' ! '"' ' "•''"" >i". f !ed !;S P " ! Purlales (f.i Rip Braves Sun Kings A T: (libs Nip I'irales N.,'. Knudson Leads First Round Colonial Golf Clovis has won three tournaments this year and collected I three trophies. Clovis won first place at Hobbs, Roswell and won their own Invitational tourney The team won a second place trophy for the conference. Y.r FORT WORTH (UPI) — Ca nadian PGA king George Knudson carried the lead into the second round of t h e $100,000 Colonial National Invitation golf tournament today, but the man to watch was a panchy pro a quarter of a century Knudson's senior. Knudson pulled his game together on the back nine Thursday for a two-under-par 36-32— CHSGirlsSet Sports Day Clovis High School girls will he- entered in a Track and Field Sports Day to be held at the Eastern track field in Portales Saturday. The Sports Day is a state wide organizational day for the hi^h -school girls. Girls from Clovis that will be participating will be Katie Dawson. Sharon Greer, Glenda I5e;ts- ley. Mary Lou Salmon, Melod> Beachem. Barbara Larson. Mary YartJer. Linda Snyder, Jane H;ll- ""inark, Janita House, Mary Me- Mister, Rosic Hill. Diana Cook Sue Deaton. Chris Clark and Cindy Braeland. The girls will participate in running and f'eld events There will be relays and softball throws SCREENS AND STORM DOORS Phone 763-4566 Prine* Clo\1s •68 over the 7.100 yard Colonial (layout, but the field was bunched close on his heals. The most feared competitor on the course was just one stroke away at 69, along with four other veterans. That would be a balding, I heavier, but testy Ben llogan— no longer a 'bantam," but still wielding a mighty stick over his home course despite his 52 i years. Hogan three-putted the 118th green Thursday or he would have had a share of Knudson's first - round lead. Joining Hogan at one-under- par 69 were Johnny Pott, Gene Littler. Mike Souchak and Tommy Bolt Both Souchak and Bolt started like wildfire with birdies on the first three holes, but they cooled off rapidly Five other players managed Sports Calendar Today TR.UK District Track Meet al Carlsbad. Saturday BASEBALL Carlsbad at Clovis. 3 and 7 p m. GOLF Clovis at Las Crusces. TRACK Girls Sports Day at Portales District 6 and 7 B Invitational Track Meet at Ft. Sumner District Track Meet Finals at Carlsbad Marshall and Gattis Jr Highs at Portales TENNIS Clovis at Roswell Sunday SHEET Trap and Skeet Shoot at JC Trap Skeet Range. to match par. Defending champion Billy Casper, Texas Open champ Frank Beard, two-time winner Doug Sanders. Butch Baird and colorful Juan iChi Chi i Rodriguez all made the round in regulation. * * * TORT WORTH. Trx .! I'! • !., after !:.•• first [Ojiirt <•'. !••,• •.].••• mi i ifll National lrivitdi,i,;( •] ,.,.r:,,,:)., L \ .Tommy Pott ;;i Hen M.irfan : I National League 'I'-nnmy Hair,) Jl'.'lV KllMUIll* .la'. Hi't*r« H«i >!••:• (iilifgl' Hn>«T T.iny Ucina P.i'.ly Mft\x*t-'i A! iCiflivia.-! Hrif" « iNin;>t"n Tucumcari Grid Coach Job Open TtlTMCARI i Stall i - Superintendent Robert lUih.s i^ taking applications tor the head loot- ball coaching job that is opened at Tucumcari High School. W A Wise resigned recently from the position of head coach in football that he held for six years Wise was the assistant coach at Tucumcari for five >ear.s before he was named to the head coach's job Uise plans to accept another coachini! position He has not :stated as to where he plans to coach at this time <• AK R. H. pel. Ali.-n. Phil ,«, 73 ]5 og :J8 ., Colman, Cm ]f> f,5 « •>] •J K -> J.Aloti. SF m ;K) 17 "j4 '-{78 Kranpool. \y 20 71 n i>a ^378 Tracski. l.A l.l 39 H H Tj9 Mays. SF 21 H7 ];i .% ;M5 Marpei C;n :'() 7.'! iy jf, ;»•' McCo\y. SF ji 7, !:! 24 ' 3;j g I!ol)!i>D ( in |i| 05 jr, 29 3;$ '.J«i.n. SF 21 72 (J -X 'xn American League G. AH K. II Pet. In fact, the Dodger InUe;-. :.-,:;•,• >:..:;n- ,\ ,;,;..<• n. ((.•!•.. , ,., are enjoying their ioftie>; po«.i- P«-re/ oif M;:>-r arv.i a:i <::o: j,' tion in recent year* ranking aiT^iinted '<«; V.\- r":nal H-. ••! r ;•: i;' just behind Cincinnat; and San ^'.iiv-;- .lo:-.r, T^^ u.i- !•'• t By Tniietl Press International |i ' ran , cl>it ; 0 v ;' h a (!u!l »'atf,:u : ,,. • The Austin Braves, refusing marK "' ' J ''' to be left behind in (he Texas The Dodge:-, ho.i-.trd League's Eastern Division pen- National League lead ! nant chase, rode the two-hit garner Thumtav mghi h-,, pitching o! Hank Jarvi> Thurs- pleling » tlnee-gariie :•..,. day night to whip tin u-ually tlie CiiiciriiiaM Hrd- 1-2 hard-hi'ting F.\ Paso Sun Kings hghtlv regarded bait;: 1 .-: faked tiic p.' oi;d <"ir:- The win allowed the Braves P :U ' ! ' ilMi: "'• ii ' ; '•"' 1(l r ••''• • lo keep pace with the Dallas • "'' :c ' (> .."'* !; '' ' "'' •^ ! -' t '•'•'•' Fort Worth Spurs and the Tul- '' • A!! "" : - 1 ' ''•' n - !1 - v D.c-. sa Oiler* who both whipped !r:ost ! ;;!' :l!! ' !;:;N ' : ' 11 lltfl. lj.'. .AnJ western division opponents The S;>urs edged Amanlln G-fi n " n Mi:::v '"' ' and Tul',a blasted A:in.<|ue:q;ie ! ; "" ;r ' !ur! :n !w " -: u.j Derre.! (rn!!:' 1 ,i re t"r the injure ! D;r. Jarvis was on hi* garno, and firli! also horiorrd the two runs the Braves gave Dodgers Thursd.iv r;.; him in the first inning were all port of ,l<>hn:?v P"dv he needed, although they carne Dick Trnccw-ki. w up with a pair more later in !.rg :i:> f i and ha< <!:•'. the contest. Jerry Thomas, the winning run ;r: IWM first of four Sun King hurlers. ti;e !;<•: 10 d.-)>!• y!a!e took the loss. run «,'h a ^a. r::;.r ''A '-s I'.i.-k-' a 2'H '-.i led and <corfd tl-e i,n a w,!d p/' R..o- r .i.- sec.-.::d »-,a-, 32° 2 2 I 1 1 n 3 (I ) 3 1 1 3 ° '* 1 0 1 3 1 :' 1 0 I! 3 1 I ?. I ii 1 I ! 2 1 0 4 2 n 2 u 0 1 0 .'! 1 1 1 < 0 1 ' 11 ! 3 1 1 7 o r Hounds Host Hits Second Homer : ' ' <*: < ,'\ <v ; . . ;-, v ^:t'-.'rr!.iv In a f.'>;ir r (i-rv;. :e<i a n-r: re- «..:•-..r- Thr H^-ir.dt <' it "> 1 m.irk fc-r t.M* rr S-,0 w;i« Injured !'t " \rtt- Mrxico liigh- ' "i,i> and Saturday ! ; rn Standings IV American Leajrue W. L. Pet CB n ;> 7-J2 ... 11 ti .647 !'•.: U .'! fiUl 2 N« e d« p^lCg /Y. JL£T THOMPSON 763-9372 runs in i; •! =1 'I .4'5K ?. Ji .:t-4-i .33!) 20 .33.') Coach Iniured Norman Dilliard. 29. 408 Westchester, a Gattis Junior High coach, was taken to Memorial Hospital Wednesday alter he hurt a finger playing baseball. He. was x-rayed and released. Green Bos r> 61 15 r «fr. Cm 17 ;-,!) n Maiit:i:a l',n*. |t; c,o <; Allison. Mi/in 17 «7 I! < 'ing]ro p,,,. ]i; (,;, \: t _ij ;j. j;! Wagner C;r\ ];, ;,.-, j.) ;7 : jj- f'aUM-> K'' i:, V) •! 17 3i:, H'-:irdsri. NY IP, 7(j 2 ( J 3M ''ainimrs. HI,' 17 7(1 3 22 .'',!! SKOWMI, Chi 17 (}7 lo 21 :ii:J liurne Huns National League M,, Giants 8: Covii.gton Phils. M.i- thews. Braves. Siargcll Pirates- M'-r ( ,\|.v (Jiant- a!! 6 American League — P.iefary, Orioles 6, Thomas. Red Sox 5; Schaal. Angt-N: OrMno Ori- .iM'i.' Indians (feiitiie As; Hal! Twins: Oliva, Twins; Mantle Yank-, ai! 4 Hurts Hailed In National League - Banks. f'uhs •!'>. Mays. Giant. 17. Me- ''o\e;. (iij!! 1 - 17: Co!i:man, lied.--. Kni, ; nM)n. Ht-ds Pinson Reds a!! lii Minnesota Lo-. Angeles Cleveland Baltimore IVtroit New York Boston Kansa.-. (";:;. Thursdav's Results New York ;,'. C'. f .\,> |';,d ..,.: Los A."g "i Kan (':! , •! r,:. :.' H> I niled Press International Nalitinal League \V. L. I'd GB !.". • 1! (', 7(Ki !2 i! fit HI 1 12 '.> ,")7! 2': '.i H r,2!i 3 1 • !U 'i ! »2.i 3'. '» !0 .471 4 1 '.i 10 47-4 4'. 7 1! .',',:» 7<; New Yor-k 7 1! 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