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Clovis, New Mexico
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Monday, May 10, 1965
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Reds Pinch Bucs In 5-3, Victory T5y United Press International , The ruh« tact «,,ffuw«. * TJytlnitcd Press International , The Cubs lost outfielder,^ Dick Sisler has developed a George Altman for a week to !drove i — --o« •"*»••• M ii »wi a ry Ccl\ H.' serious penchant for pinching-; 10 days with a badly milled j.nd it hurts ! thigh muscle in hi right leg -Just ask the Pittsburgh Pi-(He had to be carried from the rales who are black and blue!thigh muscle in his right leg literally pinched a 5-3 victory!field in the first inning of the *Mnt* Cic.<ifn*>*«« f~*t*. .,:~ i: *•» i e a Sin 8 lc P ast pitcher Fred Gladding, moved to sec ond when Gladding hit Paul Balir and scored the winning run on Norme Sieberns two-out single. ,,. . . „. ..•'-'- • --'-^ • 11 .11. Hilling U| 111C _-^ Sisters Cincinnati Reds opener. The triumph gave the Orioles Morally pinched a 5-3 victory: Dick Stuart hit a two - run a 74 and 54 swee P of the Ti- Amarillo Splashes Dodgers Rain caused postponement of two of the three games scheduled Sunday in the Texas Baseball League. In the only action Amu- rillo downed league leading Al- Rain D In Coloi CtOVIS yftWS40tJflfrAJU Monday, May T buquerque 8-8. from them Sundav. : homer and Johnny Callison also gers ' Ffnfshes Out Game f p, _^, . - , — • "• •« " '- 1 * HIM j VJM i 11 own alovl the Cincinnati manager sue-i connected to send 20-game win- cessfully employed five pinch-!ner Ray Sadecki down to his! Robin son injured the thumb hitters and pinch-runners in the fourth straight loss. Art Mahaf-i. Saturda y wne " h e was hit by a . , At ninth inning against the Pirates fey. making his first start since . ank Agi'irre pitch in the fifth! blast< lin T} fi> t r> ..,••. 111,, ,1 r 11 ,1 i ri . i . * .. . . itttnirirf T 1 _ .,1 i 11. • • , nnrtH i of the Austin Paso at Worth games. FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPD- _. , , - — George Knudson Tulsa i nursed a one-stroke lead in to- j day's rain-delayed final round of the $100,000 Colonial National as the Reds rallied runs to move (wo games «- __ j 1~~ "~ T ~* w ""*" '••'"•**••***» i ^ c* IT the Dodgers:Invitation golf tournament a four -' '" for Mrates ley. making his first start since ! ianK A g«'rre pitch in the fifth!"'asiea on wun a four fun:ing for a wire-to-wire victory three last September, allowed only innin £ He P'ayed the entire !°pcning inning and then except worth 15 notches on the oro- „! tit.*,. C* f«..._ un_ »^ _ i«_. • . * Pi* TT>o fin A fVirt fi*»nt t «...« : uu ; , ', fnr a rlnnVtln IM 4U« Cii. __ _' . " fiscal list. For the 27-year*old Canadian who wears glasses because he couldn't see 'two feet beyond Dill,; and Chrii Blocker of Jal, 7W8.74.226. the tip of my nose, if I didn't," could pick up $20,000 with first place and would soar from 18th ••" • *.«*« n »i i vn 1111 i:vr (tint ncjn vi 11 utrl , ell I () W C (.1 Only I-MOJ <_u iiif i:iiui c '. r " 'r> M»<VJ men CAUCJ.JL >vp into second place, five St. Louis hits before being > Rame aml tne first four innings for a double in the 6th on a •s behind Los An- relieved by Kd Roebuck in the of . fllp opener Sunday before the homer by Jim Campanis their ninth. ;pain became unbearable. He| scor ' n g was over. Hrooks Robinson's thumb re- was dispatched to the hospital, T »e Sonics, on the other 11 ' " fr >r x-rays where the fracture 'hand, took three innings to And whv shouldn't Sislei summon his bench in an erner- S(1|nl)1(>(1 a small tomato. . -, ......... . The thumb was fractured and was discovered, but then re-jwarm up before scoring a run. inner vv;is forced to remove tllrne( ' to the park for possible'They picked up two more hits Ucncy" Cincinnati pinch-hitters are batting .55-155 this month with the American League's most P'^h-hitting duties. " in the fifth and then passed the six hits in 11 appearances Heron .Johnson began the v;i ' l| ahln player of 1904 from -•—T ..^.v. ,1. r.umu mi\e ny "anu».-j mm HYU inns in me ninth with a single ('hieo Rui/. " 1(1 starting lineup in the sec- ( ' a - Vs ,, for tne swelling to gojseventh and three in the eighth.! ihe first of a long line of Reds " ncl game of Sunday's double- down," Robinson revealed "but! Tonight Albuquerque plays j - ' - - header for the first time in 209 thal il W0ll 'd be up to me to' Amarillo again in an attempt to I 'lames |plav when I felt I could. It doesjkecp its one game lead in the ; Robinson was taken to a hos- not hurt me to swing a bat, butjleague. The Dallas-Fort Worth iit'il ci 11 .*•-,«-.„.-., 11.. 1..... i » , ii -I finVO t f* Alt n In f n r*r»tirir\ rt T n ni* > C »> > *• r* T7 1 n n f A« « l~vl ..!•.!»_ t 1 pinchers, ran for Johnson advanced 1o second when Pirate hm-lor AI McP.ean hit pinch- Local golfers In the Colonial!to 3rd in the season's earnings are Charles Coody of Perryton, Knudson had started out in 7S-77-72-227; Muleshoe's Terry fine fashion Sunday to protect S NEWS-JOURNAL PORTS Gorcly Colem.-ui with a l"' al supposedly lost to the;! have trou hle throwing. Luck-;Spurs. Eastern Division lead- i and scored nn pinch- lo;mi for 'hree to 10 days. !''>'• I won't have to have a casti.ers. are one game back of the r .lnhnnv Kduard's Dingle ' I ' 1 " "'• wouldn't surprise meiP ut on ;" . |Dodgers with 12 wins and 10 u-r I.r.i f-'irdi'ii;^ w.-ilked i( 1{ " h inson is in there sooner.": ^' Kaline and Willie Horton ! losses. Veain relied Md'.ean and v( ' nt "i-ed Bauer "because he's ^counted for all of Detroit's; Austin and Tulsa were sched- 'he kind of guv who doesn't runs in .the night cap with ajuled to play tonight in Tulsa. Frank Hntnnson promptly delivered a two i MM-' I :in-' Dodders' Streak 1'ntN run emjrd \ ir-t,i I,o- An xtrr-ak Texas League Standings Lobos Place 4th In Fresno Relays Highlands Sweep Colorado LAS VEGAS (UPI) -The Highlands University baseball squad closed out its 1965 home season Sunday with a doubleheader victory over Colorado Western of Gunnison, 7-4 and 6- By ED MAHR United Press International near misses on his first and third tries. The University of New Mexi-j New Mexico travels to the his slender leafl evef ers Bruce Cfgfflpton . Lima when lightening rents of rain forced ,.. ment of the final round today, He had parted the first holes, which was as far as lift thl Winning pitcher in the first 11 know what it's like not to tw °-''un homer apiece. The win- play " ner was Dick Hall, who struck Sure enouuh. in the 12th in- Ollt Gates Brown with the bases; mm; of the second game with loaded in the 12th. | the Orioles and Detroit Tigers Cleveland took two from Bos- deadlocked 4-4 up stepped Rob- ton 9 ' 4 a™' 10-7. Washington ^ ^ *jf in>iin a^ a pinch-hitter He whipped New \ ork 5-4. Minne- Texas League i""- A " 01 - "v/n-^aiiiuinia a^nuui mc.\i. weeivc-nu ueioit- jeiuriuiig 1 ... ' toppled Chicago 6-1 and R V United Press International: 10 win the West Coast Relays home May 21-22 for the West-j.. Hl jr lamls . won th . e second in clipped Kansas " Western Division i Saturday, but Western Athletic :ern Athletic Conference cham-| . , al innin ?^ as il scored the other American \\ }^ p ct _ ^R ; Conference member Brigham'pionships in Albuquerque. ; winning _run when C o 1 o r a d o t Young made it. . Other Action got before the siren's called the players off course, in much the steady stroking that had" marked his 68*71-70 — 209 thus far. : - : - •:; So did Australia's Cramptott who packed a 71-68-71—210 into/ the final round. But Lema had started out par-bogey and fallen off the pace from his 71-69-70— 210 for 54 holes. ; Juan Rodriguez and Doug Sanders, who finished the three-* quartrs pole three stroke? baclc at 212 with Al Geiberger^ Don January, Gardner Dickinson and Julius Boros had picked up first hole birdies and had dr sola Los Angeles City 5-3. in League games A]b National League action found pj p^ so San P>ancisco defeating Los \ niar jn 0 Angeles 63, Cincinnati nipping I • — -—--,/ «•• »'*-!! 4,*+-<~ Iti. | *1>«TT iT*t-^HV,Vf 1.1 a V tiO t,\J LllW IAIIV4 l-lllCtl III | co failed in its bid to become j Coliseum Relays in Los Angeles jfor the win. |the first non-California school!next weekend before returning' contest was Phil Schroer. i n j cau ght Lema in third place. ", the nightcap, Ken Reynolds was' called in to pitch in the seventh and final inning and got credit Major LraRiie Leaders H> Inited Press International National 1-oiigue <J AB R II. |>ct if> Hr. 1 ' a.; 3 14 :mti Hi :{« M7^ in ;n .373 H -j'J 373 stopping St. Louis 4-2 Milwau- Tl , t kee beat New York 8-2 then lost 1 , 5-4 and Houston battered Chicago 11-5 before losing 7-1 in the second game * * * Joe Ragsdale Top Prep Basketballer ROSWELL (UPI)- S e n 1 0 i>. p:astern Division j 39-year history of the Fresnojiook three baseball games from {do Springs next week foTTour becn named one of the nation's* •\V 12 10 .545 ... meet to win. Southern Californ-'\ ew Mexico State University, games against Colorado College ! <0 P P re P basketball players by 10 11 .476 IMz la and defending champion San winning a double-header Friday-Highlands now sports a 21-11 'Coach and Athlete Magazine. .;.• 9 10 474 1''2 Josc state wcre second with 31 and splitting with the Aggies Reason record. j ,, 10 .565 10 10 .ts\>u .... 476 2 BYU picked up 32 points to; ]„ ot h e r New Mexico college pitcher Lex Lassman walked 4 men in a row. 11 .1 I U £• * * * "~ • All ULlltJ. 1HCW mcAlL-U UUllCgC 12 .454 2Va income the.first outsider in the j action, Highlands University! Highlands traavels to Colora- Standings Sunday's Results Amarillo 8 Albuquerque 6 Austin at Tulsa. ppd.. rain ... Fl Paso at Dallas-Fort Worth. l'° lnts home in injured Clarence ' I ,.„;,, Robinson, who would have been American League W L. Pet. \un-ricai) \I5 i:i ;i44 \linnesota >:•; :i:',;i Los Angeles II ;u I Cleveland r.altiiniire Di-tioit v -'e\v York 14 1.1 15 1! 12 10 Id i) 8 5 7 i 9 a 10 n 14 1.1 12 16 .667 .650 .625 579 545 .476 .417 .4(W .400 238 ni 2 2'-. 1 4 st- rain Monday's Schedule Albuquerque at Amarillo Austin at Tulsa K! Paso at Dallas-Fort Worth Gattis Wins Track Meet points while New Mexico finish- Saturdav ed fourth with 30. The Lobos left the winning points home in injured Clarence th(1 f j rsl a definite favorite in the long m -'g|J. cap jump and sure of at least a second in the triple jump. Robinson was nursing a bruised heel Fast Relav , S p 0 'j!° red Eastern sity took a pair of baseball victories from Southwestern Oklahoma Friday on scores of 5-1 'II National ^^. Home Huns I fa«ue "'•'•t- lo I'.jiik- fu ' Hra\. t.u •..'••!! afi!, a!! I .cut; in* fi -'fi ,'!>' '•" > Angeles lf> ]'•' ::."> :tj! I'mcinnali 14 i f. -> j % 1 louston i") i HI ji Philadelphia 11 Milwaukee 10 Maw f 'h«fai?o 11 is H M-I San '' ;inc 'i- st '0 11 Su„!„„)-, st '-"'"s 10 New York 9 F'itlsburR 9 10 11 10 12 13 12 15 16 \im>ri<iin Sundav's Results '!! 11-1. Chicago 5-7 Pet. .696 .609 .600 .500 .501] .478 .458 .455 375 .333 New Mexico ran the fastest " --- „ 440 - vard relav ii has ever th ^'. k>am a 21-11 season recorb. clocked yet finished only third hastern New Mexlc9 Lmver as Stanford University ran to a PORTALES (Staff"' _ Gattis W0 rld record time of'-39 7. The ami Tucumcari walked off with ,,id record of :3!)» was set by i/,, t ,.rn «t-,nrk 17 n team in the Portnles .Tun- an Australian National team in f lcl ^ Kabtein ,, bl f, nds ] ' 12 ,0, High invitational Track Meet i%4 ^ lhe season Wlth the vlctor Saturdav There were fifteen new The Lobos were tuned in record' set at the meet Compe- 40. J--the same as second place tion was held in separate 7th. San Jose—to shave two-tenths ftth and 9th grade division. of a second off the school rec- (iatli.s walked off with the 9th ord team trophy with 49'v New Mexico uas nipped bv JCoI. Western 120-010-0—4 4 3; ca n to earn a berth one of the" 'Highlands 300-400-x—7 10 5| magazine's All-America teams. _, Dennis High Mark Junge 4,'However. I^eonard Lopez of Al- : "' 8 " 5 and Ralph ^Kunselman. p h i i buquerque St. Pius and George .ggies salvaging the, Schroeri Jerry Humpert (5i & M acs "f s a"ta Cruz both were "~ L j Dennis McCabe and Bural Eth- lon the honorable mention list. ~ Highlands travels to Colorado Dredge f6i. WP: Schroer. LP: R , dcfendina C]sss A A Springs next weekend for four \j\ab n,u.>\vf.i. ULILMUHI^ v^LSbh AA games against Colorado College, ("f ... ' ,'champlon for two consecutive ! The games closed out the home Col ° VVosL ••• 003-010-1-5 7 Oiseasons, lost the crown to Al-for Highlands and gave Highlands 100-013-1—6 4 2'buquerque Valley in March. scason WARDS AUTOMOTIVE CENTER GRAND AT PILE PHONE 763 4451 763 9669 tirade New Mexico surprised third ranked Arizona. 13-9. in the first game of a WAC doubleheader Saturdav. The Wildcats rebounded to Capture the night cap. 11-3 Ar._ . . . .. -. — - ... -„.. -. - timed 5 Tucumcari. fourth with 24. and 1 2:1 ii The 880 mark by t h t? S 1 -- '•"( Sumni!z fifth with 9 Lobos tied the scliool record. 5 1 ' 7', I'hii^'lelpi-a 4 S! Sru Fun.-ism l.i I In Hank- Sundav : ---..I '» I!.^!.,n : ..i l :-.l 10 [In,!, 1-iJiii.s L' '••' Angeles .7 n - 1( ,int-- Portales was second with San .Jose in the 880-vard relav :"' : L"", V"T TV/,."vr,..;,.,, 42'- Marshall was third with K.althoush both were' timed in uona i uld defeated New Mexico --- - - • 36-13 r rulav. New Mexico finished WAC won the 8th Crarle New Mexico's "Fred"knight ^" ^ : ' '^ "^ -f^J.- l,v,sion with 50 points and Galti* had a career best ol :52 7 Ino now l3 ' 19 °" '"° Se f °" it , t'reo ua.> second with 38. Marshall 32 the 440-vard intermediate hur "> se;^on next week vMthtm l',,r.n!e.s 5. and Elida 4 ,d!^ but' didn't place °^ agam>l New MlA ' L ° Portali-.s scl three of the rec- The Lobos tailed to place in ^' a ( ords in the shot put. in the ninth the medley relav. the hiuh jump •nade level The shot in (he scv- or Die pok- vault. The pole -•nth grade div ision and the ninth vault started at 15 feet and l.o- !WO relav set the last rec- bo freshman Jon l.'affev had ''A-. 1 ' \-'!:• : N! ( -.v- Vlll.TK .HI L. i ^ ••- .r :! ( 1'ilt hinu National Lt-a»iie M York 4 of C.nttis set a rec- >id in the 440 dash and \V Haley "i the hich iumn In the seventh crade level Hi,-icViV>urr of Galtis set a nev\ H-cnrd din the broad jump and the Gattis 880 reL\v set another I-:.-! i \llll IN III M. Sports At A Glance M O!M°" i Br s qk$ Rec ? rd ltallans Wln Auto Race MM* "li^d^MVtMm of Tex |.'!iv; KH v 1 p 1) v"' 11 > t ,. , _ A luiiia.i- .Mno \ acca; •'' v A M !r.,M- 'iii- ;ll t'Mit li'ii- i ........ i. ... Safe 'H Sound uv nruxs »:<)\HV, !\-<l K \\< I i! V'.'U i « ;iiiin! v tli.iv w ',1.1 ha\,.- U't-ii intlt-n tn UK- Ho.ii ii: ' d,..: . . L.Kf 01 i .'.I "t p! till-, til'...! Voil! IMVr-t- Hii'ji! with t.'il 1 illlv'st in. 1 - 1 !!- Jliir This an ail-ri>k pu- lu . t.'.j! will prole*.! v ,iu Horn the inii.<.i ctunnuJii nn>-h.jj>5 li,,jt . .|.i ; d-llll i e t" .-Iliall l;«. 1 .n,.| Ii,•.!-.! - v i.ll i .lil |i| i.tfi 1 i .'•!! ••••I! Inei "Itli ttll- Itlit- t Ifl iii.llii-- Afiency 5th - 4-0- anil. .. t •'•^M «..nfi-u..KT track T a .-a Flono aut ;il nit-i'! with a toss .if, St'VPli !!H-'ilf> PI. and r their 2-A 4(lih Sports Calendar Tiiursdav HASH HAL I. at Clo\i- T p m at l>ell Krulav TRACK State Track Meet Saturday BASKBAI.!. > at Alaino»i)rdo i 111 a m and Satui da\ TRACK State Track Meet I ',ii K m ENMU Goffer Place Fourth COLORADO SPRINGS > Stall i Kastern New Mexico placed fourth in a Held of 111 teams competum in the Pikes Peak In- ti'icolleiiiate ,u"'f Vuurnament which ended Saturdav Hn.uham Young I'mversity lilai'.'d with a team score ot ;>.!,'! The rmversit.v of New MfXK-ii wa> second with <>,'?!! fill- lowed bv Ai i/,ona Stale. ii-M I-.aMi-in li.'il. and New Mexico Slate, HUli Leon Anderson of Eastern tied wit hl'tah'.v Bruce Summer- hav> lor meiialist honors with scores ol 255. 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