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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 9

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b astern In Boxer Listed As Critical After KO PHILADKLPIHA (UPI) — iMnrtin. Heavyweight boxer Lucian : Banks had a 20-6 record East- Banks of Detroit, knocked out ling into the bout with Martin, ' PORTALES (Special) ern New Mexico University's ro- in dco (cum will be seeking ils fifth team title this week end in the t ' cal condition today after an.the ninth. , bout here Monday, re- j 14-1. and had staggered his op- unconscious and in cri- ponent with a vicious right in Sul Uoss Collegiate Alpine, Tex. Rodeo at emcrsioncy operation. But Martin clinched steadily '* d t ' 1G " ralied wilh Hanks. 24. was rushed uncon- of .,..,,.,1,.., • , ,. Kastern won its fourth team U- scions to Presbyterian Hospital,?' p "," ch , ,.;.,1 ^'.t? le in five rodeos last week end aft(! '~ be was knocked out by ! ^1. ° l " dl Kcr iy capturing the team title in f' (> «'is Martin, of Philadelphia, '' " one the ninth round of the 10- a Meet ToFo League 8 " ia - (he Texas Tech Collegiate Rodeo. Taking first in individual events for Eastern in the Tech iodeo were Kenneth Cunningham of Gail. Tex., saddle hrnnc ridine. and .1. M. Bradley of Tulia. Tex . ban-bark bronc rid- , ., . left '" „„,„ CHICAOO (UPD - nepresen- tatives of nine incependent college basketball powers met today to discuss the mation of a new athletic conference. OWJVIS MsWWOtlfWM, Tow, Uttf 11, ISM, Mtr1 ,—.—_____ __ __: • ^* '-- -&-—"jJnBft: Pitching Staff Gets Cr For Twins Improvement The once maligned Minnesota for the Sox and Joe Morten possible fof-lP itchln 8 staff is f apWly gaining respectability and the Twins finger new pitching coach Johnny Sain as the man most re- Canisius. Dayton] DePaul, De- sponsibie for tiie improvement. . tc 'the yola rt fttetfts,! Saltt to the highest priced Marquette, Memphis State, Ok-;coach ($25 000) that Twins' lahoma City and Xavier accept;ed invitations to tlhe meeting. The hospital said Hanks "ver Banks. underwent ;in I'L- hour operation early today during which a blood cloi was removed. They inu ' .-.aid Hie bnxor .suffered brain In addition to the 1o;iw titles -toni damage. KasU-rn also lias recorded a second place Team lilies \vcrr \\ on at the Oklahoma Stale I'niversi- ty. .Midwestern University, anil Jiiirdin-Sinimons I'niversily deos. |the fight as Dr. Ayello worked President Calvin Griffith has ever hired and already he has Notre Dame asked to be kept worked ma S lc , wlth a pitching informed on developments atl cof P s that ranked a shak y fifth the meeting, and the Air Force| last season. Academy indicated it might have an observer present. His prize pupils include the Minnesota aces, Jim Kaat and The new conference was con- c am»o Pascual, who were hold- ceived by Jim McCafferty, Xav- ouls lhls spring and had to " (2-3) absorbed the loss. Boston sent New York down to its fifth loss in six games with a 3-2 triumph and Detroit edged Baltimore 54 in the only other American League game scheduled. NL Action Los Angeles whipped Houston 3-2 in 10 innings and Philadelphia beat St. Louis 4-2 in 10 innings in the only National League games played. Cincinnati was rained out at Pitts- and the other teams were Martin. 1H2 pounds .spotted F'anks 25 pounds in (lie bout. The 24-year-old Martin is a former Toledo. Ohio, resident. ''"", Hanks had Martin staggering in the beginning of the ninth Next on the collegiate circuit nimul but then was knocked after the Sul Ross nxleo is lite out. K;istern New Mexico University . . .,, , . ,, cf , ( , ^\ on - [J »i' Colk'piate Rodeo. David Scot., '" Alfml Auii " •„", '' AI "»- SK 24102 .ode,, team sponsor, vaid the'"'"' <'"'";"-' on P» >';•>""• ^V'oleman. Cin 17 5» K.,,-tprn rodeo will be Mav 2 l mi "; <i ''" r " tl "".Unient to Lank Kl ,, n|)00 , Ny „ R . ;,,,,! -X at the CIovis Mount,,! Pa- I 1 ' ""' ; ''" n '' '"'i lh !'. h ^ " ri;ink!i - (<1 » 24 8!) 15 31 .348 H.v United Press International National League r; ,u* R if Pet. ier University athletic director. McCafferty said a new conference would need at least six members ground." "to get off the The Verv Hev. Jpaul L. O'Con- whipped into shape rapidly, and veteran Dick Stigman and rookie reliever Jerry Fosnow. "A lot of these players had developed some bad pitching habits last year," Sain ex- ner, president of Xavier,IP lalned - " and J ust weren't has suggested thit such a new 23 88 19 33 .375 ; conference be called the urban 1 ( .) 38 .373; athletic conference. 8 22 .373 1 31 r.l Arena. Kact. of the rodeos """ '" M " ' '" "" ""^""- lorre. M,] ]fl f, 6 9 2.1 .34fl sanctioned by the \ational In- \!ter Hi- Knockout. Banks lay Mays. SK 24 96 22 33 ,344 :-. "Urinate Hodeo .V,,,« u.tion unconscious in the ring for 15 Robinson. Cin 21 69 16 23.333 minutes «hi!e Avella and Dr. Aaron. Mi] 14 52 11 17.327 Strickland worked on McCovey. SK 23 7fi 13 24 .316 American League Teams expected 1" mnip''te in Ka--ti-ir. N«'\i, Miil <-« in- State H (i AH Ft H Pet. I!'' e •'(•; M West ' t!i"D rained on a \Va;;ner. Clev 19 72 19 26 .3fii^° s A"^ 1 " ,-t tiie dressing room |)- IV ;iliio ciev 18 fif. 7 22 '338!Cleveland r.-gamed conscious-; Allison, Min 21 78 9 26 .333 iBaltimore a tune and answer Standings Major League Standings American League M L. Pet. GB Minnesota 14 7 .667 ... Chicago 14 8 .636 4 15 9 .625 4 11 8 .579 2 12 11 .522 3 thinking on infield plays." Kaat won his third game idle. Carl Yastrzemski hit two home runs and drove in all three of Boston's tallies and rookie Jim Lonborg won his first major league game allowing only four hits. The loss dropped the Yankees back into ninth place. Mickey Mantle, returning to Monday night and pitched the:the ^ ew York lineup after be- Twins into first place in thejing sidelined for 10 games with American League with a 4-3!various injuries, collected three victory over Chicago. The tri-jof the hits and drove in both umph was preserved by an-'Yankee runs with a homer and Sain's "finds," Melja single following Bobby Richardson's double. Mantle doubled off the centerfield wall in the ninth, just missing a game-tying homer by a few feet. Bill other of Nelson. Set Down Side Nelson, a 29-year-old journeyman who has kicked around be physicians. > ra ,,. r rhj d Banks was Muford. Chi -e\ere cere and that he Cmpnris. KC 21 87 fi 28 ^Detroit 21 75 13 24 .320' Bosto " 2(1 (V! 11 19 .306 Washington Green. Hos 20 82 19 25 .305 Npw York McAnlife. Dea 22 79 18 24 ,3(W' Kansas (:it >' 11 11 .500 3>i 9 12 .429 5 10 14 .417 5*fe 9 14 .391 6 5 16 .238 9 Brlggs slammed a pinch doti- ale in the ninth inning and scored on Johnny Callison's two-out single to tie the score at 2-2 against the St. Louis Cardinals. Briggs stepped up again in the 10th and slammed a two- run home run with two out to win the game 4-2. Although the Phillies' sophomore was excited over his game-winning blow, he also was concerned about the impending cut-down date. He has been to bat only 15 times this season. •Worried Over Cut Sure I've been thinking about the cut down and it's worried me." he said. "But 1 don't think my two hits tonight will have anything to do with it. 1 think they've already made up their minds who will go." Both of Briggs' hits came off reliever Bob Purkey, the first pitcher he faced when he came up to the big leagues last year. The homer came after a two- out single by Ruben Amaro. Ed Roebuck was the winning hurler in relief. Tim McCarver hit his first home run of the season for the Houston catcher John and after reliever Hal Wpodf* shick walked Jim Lefebvrt, Ron Fairly singled home J&ftfl* soft with the winning rtin. '" • v. •• y Starter Johnny Podfes held t 2-0 lead for Los Angeles until the eighth when the Astros tied it on doubles by Joe Morgan and Bob Aspromonte and a single by Jim Beauchaffip, The Dodgers scored in the second on singles by Lefebvre •• and Fairly and three successive walks issued by Astro-itfirter Danny Coombs. Tickets For ENMU Banquet PORTALES (Special) -* Tickets for the annual All-Sports Banquet at Eastern New Mexico University are now on sale at seven locations in Portales-plus the Physical Education Office at Eastern. r*-» ***** Business firms having licTMs are Bill's Modern Barber Shop, the minors for eight years and!Stafford allowed only six hits in had brief trials with St. Louis j suffering his first defeat, and the Los Angeles Angels, re-i Al Kaline socked a three-run lieved in the ninth inning and'homer and the Tigers broke a set down three White Sox in a 4-4 tie in the sixth with an un- row with a run already in and'earned run to down the Orio- Cardinals off starter Jim Bun-j Allege Drug, Modern Shoe ning and Dick Groat drove in i Store, Mr. Shop OdorrVjr Office the other St. Louis tally on an ' Supply. Sands Steak House, and D:! 'lie He •t !•' 1m! } Overweight Valuable To Bertell -. \l,r UAKK CITY 'I 1 canvas KalMuv Dot 22 ,9 1., 24.304 MondaVs Results out by Mant.Ua. os 21-9 8 24 .304 Detroit 5 Baltimore 4, night lloine Runs Boston 3 New Vork 2 nighl Nationa League - Mays Gi- Minnesota 4 Chjcago 3. night :,nt s 10: Banks. Cubs 8; Math- , 0nl scheduled) p«v Hravos /: Swoboda. Mets Tuesday 1 * Probable Pitcheri , Torre. Braves. Cov.ntrton. Los Angeles at Minnesota 1 i.i.v Staruoll. Pirates; Me- , nighl , __ Chamte (M) vs> stig . ( o\ev. liiants. all b. Denver just before the season!game victories. Mickey Lolich. of O V»t As) lir\/VTl 6nl n *M -«B«knn*u HM ^_ <4l. __l>^* f— . _ rtt.. __ . _ *r-4 _ »-_ with relief from Terry Fox in the ninth, picked up the vie-] In the American torv. American League — Blefary. man 'O-Oi. Detroit at Washington (night) started upon Sain's recommendation. "There is a spark among our pitchers that had been miss- Ing." Griffith said recently. 'Sain has had a lot to do with t -" fumbled Bill P'reehan's double. Pascal and Jim Grant eachj Before midnight Tuesday sev- Chiefs Rip Suns, 6-0 H* ( nitcd ]'rr\\ lnl< rn.Hhinal .' > i ' '. • ".' ' ' ' I • , I ' ,, ' • • ' ' ' (.-.', ;' 1 ', ;i( (j'iire (,. n ts \a!ue . . . ( ..;, ;,er I'li' a iiviniier a dol- . r for fin. , 4 1 1 F.ertell. of the lined SfiOO 7. Congliaro. Red Scix —\Vickersham M-l> vs. Daniels 11-11 or Xaruni (2-31. Cleveland at Baltimore might' — Terry (4-1) vs. Barber ' 1-31. New York at Boston (night)— (2)2-1 vs. Wilson (Only games scheduled) AVednesdaVg Games i l,!.r.ed an e\hi. :i'. the P;n !!ic ..ifiiiate Salt Thomas Red Sox; Kaline. IT- Gentile. A's; Schaal, i An^'el.s, all 6. (tuns Hatted In National l-rajfue—Ranks. Cubs' .'!2; Mavs. Giants 19: Robinson. ;Stottlemyre Keds 18: Mathews. F^ravcs Ifi; '" ' .loiuison. Reds. Wynn. Astros: f -i , . Kra!iep'»ol. Mets: McCovey. Gi, a ll |7 .Los Angeles at Minnesota, night \tneriean I.eauge — PowolLjKan City at Chjicag, 2, twi-night Orioles 1<); Mantilla. Red SoxjDetroit at Washington, night /.', !"• Coiavito. Indians 18: Kaline. j Cleveland at Baltimore, night " the : to the l!>r>5- riln-d by the !>out Red Sox New York at Boston, night National League W. L. Pet. GB I/is Ajigelcs , R -. MM - T!;c to t .\,,, r Tigers 18: Thomas, mW 17; Oliva. Tw'ins 17. Pitching National Ix-aguc—Gi\isti. As f,,, v,.x VO Gibson Cards 'vO; Ma-'Cincinnati .., HU . ( :»•;,•'. He.ls 4-0. K!!is. Reds Houston "«) 4-0- Karrell. Astros 3-1. (Philadelphia American League — Pascual. j.Milwaukee could Twins 4 '° ARUirre. Tl SPrs: jChk-ago R-i/.hardt \Vb.ile Sox. Cbance, San Francisco \n s V,'u Grant. Twins, all 3-0, 1st Ixiuis New York Pittsburgh Monday's Results LosiAng 3 Houis 2. 10 ins, night Phila 4 St. Ixnus 2, 10 ins, night Cincinnati at pitts, ppd, rain 'Only games] schedulwh he tying and leading runs on base. Nelson was obtained from les and hand Robin Roberts his first defeat after four complete infield out. Tony Taylor singled borne the first Philadelphia run. In the only other National League game played, Los An- Turner's Department Store. Featured speaker for the'ban- quet will be Glenn Dobbs Jr., athletic director and head foot- geles nipped Houston in 10 in-(ball coach at Tulsa University. nings 3-2 to increase its league!Dobbs' VfA team set 28 national lead to 2M> games. Cincinnati records enroute to an 8-2 sea- and the Pirates were rained out at Pittsburgh. IM son and a berth in the Bluebonnet Bowl. The Tulsa Hurricanes League, defeated University of Mississip- innesota trimmed Chicago 4-3, j p i in the bowl game. The winning run scored as (Detroit edged Baltimore 55-4 and. „ t Don Demeter singled and \ Boston beat New York 3-2 in! Another highlight of tRe ban- scored when Jackie Brandt the only games scheduled. f..~ui~,i Dm ^—u«_._ j«,.ui- steals A Page Lou Johnson, who was called quet will be presentation of awards to Eastern's outstanding athletes for the 1964-65 year. The lave three complete game vic-leral major league players will'up from Spokane by the Dodg- j banquet is scheduled for 7:30 .ories and Kaat has gone the I become minor leaguers and 21- ! ers to fill in for Tommy Davis^P-™- Ma y 20 m tne Camjpus Un- route twice. Combined, the year-old Johnny Briggs is;after the leftfielder broke his ion Ballroom. "*"" '!? r f e *Jl! irlerS haVe W ° n 10 andafraid he mi S ht be one of the i leg May 1, stole a page from lost two. . _. group. '.another injured Dodger. Maury Jerry Zimmerman led the Midnight is the deadline for'Wills, to set up the Los Ange- Minnesota offense with three;all teams to trim down to theiles victory. hits, Rich Rollins doubled home 25-man player limit and Briggs, I Johnson beat out a hit to one run and plated arother with an Infield out and Harmon Killebrew singled home the other tally. Dave Nichoslon homered muscular outfielder with the i shortstop with two out in the Philadelphia Phillies, gave a 10th and the score deadlocked 1 ma/s? league argument on his12-2. He stole second and went: owft behalf Monday night. ito third on a throwing error by If Ne e d« H. LEE THOMPSON 763-9372 Sports At A Glance • . ,li -. .! .Miir.il! of th( Option Gibson 17 7 .708 ... 14 9 .609 2 l i 15 11 .583 3 12 11 .52 244 10 10 .500 5 11 12 .478 5 1 2 11 13 .458 6 10 13 .4,35 64 9 15 .375 8 8 16 .333 9 -;,t!idout of the Indi- i!e;;.iti v Conference. 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