Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 12, 1965 · Page 12
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May 12, 1965

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

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Wed,, May 12, 1005 ier las Wood -*rmi? *w Removed ajor Leagues Cut Player Rosters c c T Win rney „ BAY, Wis. (UPl)— By United Press International : The Washington SenatorsStarretlc and Ken Rowe, to aje source Of the'trouble Which 1 A new We began at 40 for[asked waivers on Roy Sievers.]Rochester on 24-hour recall. j fiSl threatened Oreen Bayi^ogi Berra today. jThe Nats also sent pitcher Nick The Pittsburgh Pirates put re-! Sicker guard Jerry Kramer's vnei was one nf tho^ nl n v 0 rJ Willhile to Spokane of the Pa-jleif pitcher Elroy Face on the ! F ORT WORTH (UPI) - Aus-la 276 total. i proaches thai, trickled into the three putted. weer may have been found—L ho W ere cut Tuesdav hv thP lcific Coast Lea 8" e and returned;disabled list for 30 days. Face, |tralian Bn 'ce Crampton's $20,00() But in nosing in three strokes lake. l Then, he dropped putts of 17 Ifflie large Chunks of wood ma 4 or i e aeue teams at thpvi pitclier Dallas Green to Phila-:who tore a ligament in his right i c ° lonial National Invitation tri-ahead of Canadian George The twice-postponed final and 12 feet for back-to-hack fipged In his body for nearly| pruned their rosters to reach i d , elpt li ai F' ree " had been witl l , knee ' is H in six a PP earan ces » m P h ._ his biggest in this coun- Knudson, who led the first three round was played on a soggy birdies on Nos. 1.3 and 14. * yews> jthe legal limit of 25 players. Senators on a conditional:this season. 01)tloned th e Met and wa * activated as lcs « than two weeks The St. Louis Cardinals sent onto ' i, was resting comfortably; Cf Vifipptit'c Ho*?ttitfl1 HPT*P ** f IM J *-» n-od *.nt*ti ITTV/ »»cct\o •. 11 v. -^v. «-«v»*i .*j «..> v* * v*»iii.ii t> uwi>t „.- ' ' iago. But he decided last Satur-Jeft handed pitcher Dave Dowl- The Philadelphia Phillies r^ w ° °f the pieces were 4 day his playing days were over ing to the Chicago Cubs on waiv-,pitcher Morric Stcevens National Invitation tri- ahead of Canadian George The twice-postponed - ^.^ tmiph, his biggest in this coun- Knudson, who led the first three round was played on a soggy birdies on Nos. 1.3 and 14. try, also marked a conquest of rounds and wound up with $11.- course and under liberalized parred the 15th and promptly second place money for a winter rules permitting im- birdied the 16th and 17th from -279 finish, Crampton had to provement of all lies except in 13 and two feet. The 29-year-old Sydney "iron torn of Cramoton's Lakr iaZa ' S '' (lur P la > ors "eld or shared amptoti had a rather the lead at one time or another mbliim round until he hit down the final stretch.' They hot streak. Me birdied the were Crampton. Knudson. Gardn d eighth from seven ncr Dickinson and Don January. ^— - — — » -..*. ^-mvwu • • x» x, * vi uj ii4o ptu T ui£^ vitiio »» v i v wvti **»S Inches long and a half inch in and so advised club President ers. toTor-'while on U.S. soil, actually won ago. Crampton came up to the bis .... the title and rich prize with the 18th green leading the tourna- 'irst and eighth from seven ncr Di tour's strongest finish of the ment on both Saturday andiB. f'H't- honeyed the fifth when IIP Dickinson and .January would sent i... ,,:„,,..:__ , _ r .... , ,. , ljme )ip K)I() - njnist) ]j two-puttod after be inn host o! up with two-under-par W5 and catcher Pat Corales to a six and one-half hour oper.' tlon vthich required four trans- „ Tr.™w- asked waivers on second baseman Cesar Tovar to a technicality necessary< De nver of the Pacific Coast The Cincinnati Reds sent out — TI from the list of • v, . . ^<ini.mndu necis sent out- •^"I've had a pain in that area', as " a "coach."'° jReese to Charlotte of the South- Diego on 24-hour recall and re- fitom time to time, but I never j ern League i leased infielder Steve Boros outthought it bad enough to look' Tne Mels sent pitcher Carl- right to San Diego. Uito it," said. "Why, I had a;ton Willey to Buffalo of the In-; The Baltimore Oriles optioned Wood factory in me and nobodv ternational League outright. 'two righthanded pitchers, Herni Icnew it." " ;:"They were imbedded in my groin since I was 17 years old,"i Kramer said. "The wood didn't show up in X-rays anywhere. JSut the surgeons dug around i and found them." ! J ^" ** 1 J '/7 UllvlVHlgj I I'll I U J lllC 1 11 Vf . tjtIV,!! l I I I I L. ML" IM 11' L 11 I I I I >^' i 1 »»-f|'i-'*«-%, - . i i - • •-• ....,, last, six holes for a 34-,'i2—Ofi and proaches that trickled into the 'be p-een an(t 1ht> llth ul "' n lic fin ^ lui<1 in •'' lour-way deadlock - for third worlh $').!<)() each --- «ith .hum Koth ijiiic/r and Tony i.i'Mi;i H'Mli'lu'inv also had n dual thi. l.i'iim ,i 7li Sports S NEWS-JOURNAL PORTS The splinters became lodged! in Kramer's body in an acci-! Giusti Wins Sixth Calendar Sun Kings Down 6-4 Victory Of Year Duke City Idaho. Thursday BASEBALL Porlales at Clovis (make-up game i 7 p.m. at Bell Park — — •— •-•^r **• +**+ *»^w»~, i^ricifi v at his boyhood home in : L 9 S ANGELES (UPI'i —iUniversity, walked only one TRACK H - v Unil Pd Press International other league action j Utility man Joe Gaines hit a 1 man and struck out six. State Track Mcff T ' 1C ^' ^ aso Sim KIIIK> two-run homer in the second in- }lc ^ot his cushion of two ' " Salnrdav roared from behind with three 1>i|s " lliJtl tln ning Tuesday night to power runs when first baseman Jim B\SFB-\LL the Houston Astros to a 2-1 vie- Beauchamp singled to right Itory over the Los Angeles and came around when Gaines ; Dodgers and enable pitcher hit the first pitch off Dodger TRACK ;Dave Giusti to pick up his starter Claude Osteen 3SK) fee! Stale Track Meet League's Western Division c;uia , n ,. h[ |ru . k .sixth triumpn without a defeat, into the left cenlerfield bleach- Y.M C.A. Clovis Family Dav' Dallas - Fort Worth «l,i.,M,.ri tl»''r -wi, ,„' r ' GlUSt1 ' a ^L t^h !!!•„??.'^ — ed °^'* at. Marshall Junior High track AusUn Y!"^ '?.!!' ^tt «*™ CHS Gives Lettermen Awards The Clovis High School had it., annual Sports Assemblv Tu<^- : , day to present letters to the ath- letos in the schools sprim; >ports Letters were pre^onteii to the , baseball, track, tennis and golf ' teams * Coach Carrol! Graham intro- \ • lii'-ed tiie liasi-'h,-,!! team a n <i ,' :;a\e tl.eni tiieu letter a«.<r;i<; tor the vear * * * H. LEE THOMPSON 763-9372 nufii acmna wun uirt'c • N "'" "•'"• j,,...,.,. j,,|.,. HASKB-XLL nms '" Ulc ei S nUl inning Tues- control until the bottom 01 the [u ,,,,. !-,„',,,, Clovis at Alamogorcio (District day niyhl to u ' h 'P Albuquerque seventh inning when tin- Dmi- !.;, :! s 2-\ game-M 10 arii and '' p m fi " < an(J IIlove to w i (i1 ont ' game '^i'-- scored three runs \« tak-- ^«e.,' TRACK " "' thp Dodgers in the Tt'\a> tn e | ( - lU j .t. :! n llt lh( , Sul , K ,,,.. -. t Lett"; men tor baseba!! v .Iit'-n I'ft ,l.r!'. r:- P.iMrl S. '•:• •— F N .lair D . r i I"). : 190-pound graduate of S\ record at 3-3. , f.eld. !) a.m. Sonics defeated TuLsa H-. GET GOODYEAR QUALITY AT THESE LC 13 blackball tub«l*»i ptut tax and old t>rei FOR Mali.v the t',11,1 ,,! !.,.; Kl I'.i- lii!r!fi.s. puke.] U ;. t:.,- Win While C,i! DH'lo Al):i:ill. !:.«• 'in; d of (mil 1 AlbiKjuerfjue p s ;, ;-,. home run m the game w.,^ Clarence .Junes' sixtti ui:;.j;^ lilai-t willi none on. Amanllo pulled to wi'.i-n ,-, C.iiiH- ari'l a ha!! oi A! 1 ,:. 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