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

Clovis, New Mexico
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Friday, May 14, 1965
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«****§ l«mj(KfBSf At* 14, 1005. Pitt hree Tied In Top Spot Of New Orleans Open Go ORLEANS (UPI) -itoday tied for the lead with] Ik Nicklaus, with another'Gene Littler and Bill Martin- |ith to feed back home, set dale. on the second leg ofj Each had a piece of the $100.000_ New Orleans Open course lecord In his pocket. ouf axs Whiffs 3 Astro Batters Nicklaus, Littler and Martin- par. That shattered the course; two-stroke tead over a group di, Houston University, and un* Buftefced at 67 Wefe 1964 PGA dale breezed around the Lake-:mark by two strokes, but was wood Country Club layout in 65 good for only a one-stroke lead strokes Thursday, seven under over two golfers and a seven others. Homero Blancas, who learneA his trade at the golf factory at known Riehftfd Crawford of El Dorado, Ark. were the youngsters who turned in the 66s. champ Bobby Nichols of Got* na, Calif., Frank Wharton of Perdido Bay, Fla., Ray Floyd United Press International the bottom of the ninth to tie Wildcats Play Last 2-AA Tilt louthpaw Sandy Koufax of I Los Angeles Dodgers Isn't think 13 is such an un- ky number—at least, n o t en he's counting Houston likeout victims, fcoufax, who has an arthritic hclition in his pitching elbow ,wcd down that many Astros irsday nifiht and allowted ly three hits in posting his irth victory of the season I He didn't walk anyone, koiifax has now struck ot in J more batters in 6 games liirsday's game was his firs' the score at 6-6 and send the game into extra innings. Jack The Wildcats travel to Alamogordo for a district 2-AA doubles i header game Saturday for the Preakness A Toss Up, Debonairs Ankle OK Of St, AffilrlWi, ffl*. ! flt«ii (rf cftagspte m^- Dick Lytlt of Choli Calif., Miller Bafber of toftlo, Tes,» aad Bofe Johannesbwg, Sotrtu ». W1 Four players had 66s Md 13 more wer« at 89. . «, Defettdlog champion Rudolph, who held pff old course record of ff? wit Nicklaus, tuntd to & last district game of the season. The Cats sport a 3-7 won and; BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) loss district record going into The Preakness Stakes turned the final district game of the, into a guessing game today 1 with turf fans wondering if an season. 111* 1 ** *•*.'" _l i V* « .it out of the season and the h in his injury-laden career. lou Johnson, who was ; ilC ht up as a replacement the Injured Tommy Davis. his first home run of the -,,on to stake Koufax to the r un he needed, but the idgrrs pot him two more oe- •e the night, was over. Johnson was beared by loser Bruce in 'He sixth mnm? la" Iball hit Johnson's hrl. t J couple of inches . He was knocked, Los Angeles but was revived on .Baltimore off ami to»ho,nita'. for :„ Maun- Wills, the ,,,-nin <tolp hi< IRth and third victory against i.o losses, and Jim Duffalu lost his second decision. Joe Torre singled home Frank Boiling with the Braves' win- ling run in the eighth inning. | The Cats will start the same boiling had opened the frame'line up as for their other games.) with a double and took third on!The pitcher will be either Sean 1 Hank Aaron's single. j Shelley or Dale Sweat with Lar- Phil Niekro. who pitched the^ ry Maxwell and Travis Denton final five innings in relief rej r i rp ady for relief duty, istered his first victory against' """"*" """""" "~ no losses, and Don injured Lucky Debonair will get to the post Saturday In the second of the Triple Crown classics and win it if he does. (0-2) was the loser. * * * Standings By United Press International American League Coach Carroll Graham said, "^' p Iiavp ^ ac * a % 00 ^ vear ^ e ' spite the fact that we got started slow. The team has come a long; way and have improved with ; every game," Graham added. I The first game of the double-' header will get underway at 10 am. and the second is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. j The Clovls and Portales non- district baseball game was can- eled for the second time be- W. L. Pet. GB cause of rain. The game will be S NEWS-JOURNAL PORTS over ; Minnesota eve. ;eUl, >ork In other , League ac- 17 8 16 8 Ifi II l.i 11 14 11 U 11 11 1.1 10 IB 10 17 5 19 .680 .667 .593 .577 .5fiO .500 .458 .385 .370 .208 date not 3 4'i 5'. 2 8 Thursday's Results mad*- up at a later known at this time. Thin-Clads Prepare For State Matson Gets Set For Track Relay LOS ANBELES fUPI)—Ran- dy Matson, the shot put sensation from Texas A&M, and itnany of the top relays teams the nation will be the chief chance of defeating the Villanova team which last year posted a 7:19 mark. The Kentucky Derby winner's Injury wasn't much — just a little pufflness on the inside of his right rear leg. But the swelling, caused by infection of an old wound, was enough to throw the 90th running of the Preakness wide open even though Lucky Debonair was listed as a strong favorite at '-5. Lucky Deboniar received a strong vote of confidence Thursday from Dr. Alex Harthill, who said he was certain the 3-year-old colt will be able to run Saturday. On the race track one man's misfortune is another man's good luck. While rival trainers all offered their sympathies to trainer Frank Catrone, one bold fact stared them all squarely in the face. With Lucky Deboiair out or ailing each one of their horses had a much better crack at the winner's purse of $128,- The race also will be easier or Isidor Bieber's Flag Raiser, he speedy colt who won the Bay Shore, the Gotham and the Wood Memorial from wire to wire. But in the Kentucky Derby things were different. Flag Raiser, at 5-1, and Dap- >er Dan, at 6-1, had many backers. But the second choice was Tom Rolfe, who finished hird in the Kentucky Derby. Trainer Frank Whitely insisted that Tom Rolfe had to be considered a doubtful starter. The colt is stabled at Laurel and the trainer said he would not van him to Pimlico until Saturday and then "only if everything is perfect." But Swift Ruler, Needles Count, Native Charger, Selari and Hail To All were set to start in the richest of the Triple Crown classics. Paul Wilson, the high school mn in the , f 180 : 600 «"*;, ^ .. , - pole vaulter with the best mark! Botn to l als , dr ?P by $1,000 if attractions Friday night at the of the year at 16 feet-6 3-4, isj Luckv Debonair Is scratched for an added attraction in a •'.av'.rd Cinrinn;-)'.! i-R. Flic !•:.< ;ml Cardinal* u«>rc idle In the American IXM^HV t!ie "".i«c S»\ tiV)k over fir;', phiof :•*! a (V2 victory over the A's v,;iU-(i w;!h a I' Minr.f- •a dcfoat at the hand's of l.os r.;o>s 4-3 In other action : sVi;-. vf-.jr.dfd 'iu' Yankees 25th Coliseum Relays. The shot putting arena at the; C j a [ invitational high Coliseum has been measuredjvaulting event, and surveyed out to 72 feet for! Matscm's appearance in the; Among the nation's ihopc he may bletter his cur-jual event leaders „„. Clovis Mich School will send rent world'record toss of 70-in the relays in addition Baltimore 3 Cleveland 2. night three men to the state track feet-7. The Texas weightman •> :>•> Anceles 4 Minnesota 3. 10 meet which gets underway in Al- also will participate in the dis- o innings, nisih? .huqiiorque today and the finals cus throw. National league :ti. be run off Saturday. Jerry In the relays' crack teams W. I.. Pet. GO '•Villi-inis John Dewey and Greg ^ V(v been entered from Stan- it costs an additional $1,000 to start in the mile and three-sixteenth classic with post set for 5:46 p.m. (EOT). 13 Washington ,1. night a.u! Ba'.tirn >re Ha hf . home r mcinnaU Houston Milwaukee Philadelphia San Francisco 'Chicago and St Iy;j:s runs NV\v York : Jack Sanforrl to his l'it!vhur-h 1" 8 Iti 10 It' 13 12 11 n 13 13 11 ]? M 11 14 10 16 '.) 18 .704 .615 .f)')2 .525 .son .481 .462 .4-10 .38") f.nxlhaus are the hoys from Clo- ford. Villanova, Grambling. Samuels of California who has lumped 5 2 .feet-5; tr i pi e mile his f!'- "is makine the trip The three Texas Southern, North Carolina, •hov< qualified last weekend in \ e w Mexico, San Jose State,, !ho district 2-AA meet held in California, UCLA and Southern lck Koswell | California. In tin-hich school track action' The track competition is class A and AA pole vaults and highlighted by the appearance H high jumps finals will of Washington m exas Southern State freshman with a high mark of 13.6 seconds; Stebbins of Grambling who recorded 9.2 seconds in the 100; Ulis Williams of Arizona State with a 46.1 time in the 440 and Clyde Duncan of in Kentucky Derby R ti- ,; ,ii«'j- 47 seconds. But it noy HICKS °f i good enough. Lucky Deboiaii ran the last quarter in :24 1-5. 333 10 tory for San Francisco. ThursdaV* Results i douh'u-d twice. Ills.San FrancUco fi Chicago 3 put Km atop the :Milwakee 5 Pittsburgh 4, ni. batting with a .87'Phila 7 Cincinnati fi. 10 ins,niL r;i,-o and his 11 home nm< Ixtt AngHes 3 Houston 0. ni; ••.:<.•<• ahead <'f th<> pack Only frames scheduled' •:•• (i.anti rr.anagpd on!v Saturday's dames .'. !•.:'.<.. !>'.!', '.'!'> were g'«xi ''jnrinnat; at New York 2 \ i >\.\'. basf* F.rnie Mro- Chicago at l.os AneMes '..-t th:rtl ^.I-TIC this M:hi;t<;ktv at Philadelphia mn w;!-!-"i; a \ietory. ,tl')U-.'.un at San Francisco c'i'n J;>::r.xon's low throw St. Louis at Pittsburgh "ni'.'fl Frank Thomas to •ach firs! base safely with two 1 it in t:-r> KKh inning while' •k Stuart wan lesging it in ••m third for th* winning Phil-! 's r\;n. The R^ds P>">t off \n\ fi>';r-njn !c.'*'J h> tt\e fourth "..n;, climaxe'l by Frank Rot>- j -TI'S three run homer, his '. I'.ut the Phillies kse p t pork hi i; \.\\\ then scored M'.rt'c runs in <t.'u-t aVf-Tm J nt'i''nivers'ity st'a- GenVYimigren ln"the"two-rniiej Tcxas Southern who has a 220- Suim. Preliminaries will follow in which he hopes to break hisj tlme of 20 - 5 seconds. The pros said the all- tack «n par was made by the ideal weather ..., perfect condition of the yard course, Arnold Palmer, however, Id not find the birdies come by. 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