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Clovis, New Mexico
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Tuesday, May 11, 1965
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OLOVI9 eader * M* At* Am* May 11, 1068 Pra Rodeo &tlSl$i!tl (tiPl)— Two top gn 1ft the 1965 jirofes- rodeo race switched Iliads {belay when, the Minings ^om.-ft major rodeo at Tulsa, 0kla,» were compiled. Franklin, 30, of House, N.M M regained the top spot in calf, roping and Jim Houston, 24, Omaha, Neb., returned to the >baeeback bronc ridin? lead in the Rodeo Cowboys AJssocia tion standings. other," said Sharkey. "No it's impossible. It's gotta be a Franklin had lost the lead six| knoc k out .» Weeks ago to perennial cham Sharkey Predicts Early Clay KO LEW1STON, Maine The heavyweight title fight between Cassius Clay and Sonny Listen "can't go the distance," according to former champion Jack Sharkey. Sharkey, mentioned as a possible referee for the scheduled May 25 bout, said Monday night it would be "atrocious" if the fight went 15 rounds. "They'd be hanging onto each "you've got to concede to youth." The chairman of the Maine Boxing Commission, George Russo, said he probably would submit a list of five or six referees, all from out of state, to (he rival managers for approval. Russo did not mention Sharkey's name. Sharkey has refereed both boxing and wrestling matches in recent years. pion roper Dean Oliver ')f Boise, Idaho. But Franklti won "$14,07 of the $15,025 Tuls* purse and moved in front ag>in at $11,695 for the event. Oliver, 35, drew a blank at Tulsa but held on to the top spot--in the all-around "ratings. His money total r : year-is $14,256. :owboy for the SASSER Western Wear ...'." STAY PRESS WESTERN PANTS 311 MAIN Sharkey, who won the world heavyweight championship from Max Schmeling in 1932 only to lose it 12 months later to Primo Camera, said he had not been approached about officiating the bout. Asked whether he would accept if he were offered the job, he said: "I don't see why not, If the price is right." He added, "all you have to do is move around ! and let them punch their brains out.", Reached at his home In Epping, N.H., Sharkey hedged on predicting the winner of the Clay-Liston bout. But he noted, Den Hagen Shuts Out Braves, 3-0 By United Press International | Colonial Golf Starts y Delay After Two- FORT WORTH (UPI)—The 63 tare to bother the golfers tndav. ii The Tulsa Oilers rode the ! survivors, headed by Canada's The field beyan teein.; off shutout pitching of Don Hagen young George Knucison, made 7:.iO a.m. CST over ;o a 3-0 victory over the Austin j another stab today at trying to but playable course fiveiiient of lie* in the some partners of Bruce Cramp !i. Knudson thinks someone ton and Don January, irianaged a hdt!.!.!v. will <-!J!l conquer ('denial Conn- ( 0 p] ;) y only the first hole bent try ('bib's 7.100 yard par 35-35 f orc the ra j' n torrents set in for Braves Monday night to move i Set in the storm-battered final the flood water had drained off - 70 layout and he hopes it will n u . ( i ay Monday, within one game of the Texas''' Olin d °f the $100,000 Colonial,the course League's Eastern Division lead, j National Invitation golf tourna-j water" remained to iTient, play'uu! problems. The Oiler - Braves contest was the only league game Mon- but inuch "casual be him. ><KC sonic "But Ihere are a couple of (rampton was tiedfof second l.ules out there ' he said, "that l' lac:t! vvi(h Ton y Lema one I'm not .sure I can s.'H to in stmkt -' back of Knudson's one- drowned out Sunday and Mon-:caused oriidaK to permit use two strokes even wi'h the liberal wider-par 209 after 54 holes, Like veslerdav. before "'l"lc January was aifriong a T\vo previous attempts were; The eoiiditiim Astros Gain New Pitcher LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The Houston Astros concluded a deal today for purchase of left- handed pitcher Ken MacKenzie from the San Francisco Giants. Houston had until this date to decide whether to keep Mac Kenzie, who is 30 years old. MacKenzie pitched four and . ... . ., , . one-third innings Monday night | A ^ a ° y a in relief when the Astros lost, 3-2, to the Los Angeles Dodgers. t t . , , , "• " " n^v* win, uuiivfaj ciuu ivimi- ; i.tlUM u day night as ram played havoc (day, but forecasters said the : of very With the schedule. The Albu-iweather system thai brought in- rules l« r ll.c 1. querque - Amarillo game was! moro ihan'n.5 inches of rain to run for the $2».(MH) postponed as was the El Paso- lhe area had moved on out aml Si 1hoS(1 ,.„,,,« liberali/ed winter play- rules the rnins, I iiimrmed'my he mi balf-dn/en players three strokes Dallas-Fort Worth contest. Hagen allowed only six hits to the Braves, while Tulsa picked up an even dozen against a pair of Brave pitchers. The win evened the Oilers' record as 11-11 and put them a mere game behind division leader Dallas - Fort Worth. Austin is two games behind. In the Western Division, Albuquerque still leads by a pair of games over El Paso and lin'e -];•<•• lii'st pri/c. the first, hoi allow teeinu topped (he b;iii and pnunptK there would be no more mois- up in the fairways ;i;id his final three- S NEWS-JOURNAL PORT Stenge! back at 212. Included in this group — all with excellent chances of beating Knudson out of the largest check of his career—Were Chi I'ni Hwlrigiiez. Al Geiborgor, Gardner Dickinson, Julius Boros and Doug Sanders. Wrist He gave up three hits, walked one and struck out four during his scoreless stint. "Since wien do you drink BouM" "Since I tasted Jim, Beam It PROOf KWUCKV Sr«l«HT SOUR88K WHIjKfY DISTIUEO AND BOnifD El THE JiMES t BEiM OISIIUINO CO.. CLfRMONT, BOM. SUMM LEAGUES NOW FORMING 5-Man Handicap Sanstorm League STARTS BOWLING 8P.M. TUESDAY MAY 11th If Interested In BOWLING Come By Or Call Us At 762-4535 120 MAPLE ST. PHO, 762-4535 half. The teams move around in the league tonight, with El Paso at Albuquerque, Amarillo at * * * Texas League Standings Red Wing Coach Has Last Lau Abel permitted Toronto i'iib SawrliuK Jor the .SJi MONTREAL UTD - Detroit n< Crrv.ier. Red Wing Coach Sid Abel, who on'\ 173 t: was roundly critici/.ed last yea: g:.v up 175. for letting \-eteran nclminder TEXAS LEAGUE !Terry Sawshuk «o to the Tor- By United Press International O11 ' () Maple Leafs on waive:-. WESTERN DIVISION |tr>day was ori.ioyinc the las! \\. L. Pet. GB laimh for his tarsi-Jilted evabia- JAlhuqiiurque 1310 .505 ... tion ot rookie Ko^er Cro/ier. E! Paso K) 11 .476 2 Amarillo 10 12 .-154 2' •• EASTERN DIVISION AV. L. I'd. GH W1 " m ' ll!ll ' e t ' von ln " u - 1 Dal-Ft. Worth 12 10 .54') ... Tulsa 11 11 .nOO 1 Austin 9 11 .450 2 Monday's Results Tulsa 3. Austin 0 Albuquerque at Amanllo. ppd.. rain El Paso at Dallas-Ft. Worth. ppd., rain Tuesday's Schedule FA Paso at Albuquerque Amarillo at Tulsa 'Austin at Dallas-Ft. Worth Haig Goli To Be HeS( In Florida ]."> nia!ic Cardinals To Play Colts tlie Indeed (.'ro/ier w t: ' :i ; !u> Jl ' fv * ro( » KiC; I' ; ' t.» t:. ST. LOUIS (UPI) — The St. '° b so Louis football Cardinals today of thc announced they will meet the ;" ne ! = i(| ' i<>clt ' (1 .. (to 1si( Baltimore Colts, champions of lirst A " ' star '' .the National Football League -'"'ss-ed /'V ^° K<*-'Western Division in a pro-sea- 1!u> ' V( ''"' !ia l!"P- : > |son game at New Orleans. annuals awarded to i ! The Cards defeated the Colts !'l.''.vim; the _im/..t^'a;, ; in an exhibition pame at St. t!l(1 u ' ;ini ailowir:.;: '.:. i Louis, 30 - 21, but lost. 47-27. in coals. 'the regular season. The game is ]],)ri.-a"'v Cr/-,/icr ': scheduled for Saturday nigtit ) ns }','.]' j.',, ., <-: t .'n i August 14th. " «,,.'' ' TYPEWRITER ADDING MACIHVK REPAIR ; fl(X)DMAN Office Supply i '! 1212 Main—Dial 7BS-53X9 ; barely more !:al: .1 ". . 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