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May 13, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 7

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ctovts Chisox Pass Baltimore For 5-3 By United Pfess InternJtlonal Baltimore Orioles out of r i r s t place by running out of the base line. Agee, the Chicago While Sox' The fun began in the fi f thispeedster took a slight detour to-'was the one out - by order of [scored ffom second as Baltimore Tommy Agee helped rut Hank inning just after Don B u f o r d ward the pitcher's? mound to es-;Drummond Bauer out of the game apd the|trlpled home pinch - runner Joel cape the tag. The Oriole receiv- i r s t Horlen to cut the Orioles' lead'er fired wildly to first base with third baseman Brooks Robinson The umpire Inter explained let Ron Uansen's grotffider slip .that the righthanded batting!through his legs for a two base to 3-2. Agee, the next b a 11 e r. right fielder Frank Robinson re-1 Agee had to run slightly out of error, his first of the season. The swung and missed at a third trieving it as Buford crossed the strike pitch in the dirt but Bal- plate. fleet centerfielder, was one ofjtimore catcher Andy Etchebar-f Bauer. Baltimore's rough and the principals involved in ajren couldn't handle Frank Ber- ready pilot, bounced out of the weird play Thursday night that j tana's low delivery. ! dugout and made a bee line foiled to Chicago scoring tlv> tying! Agee alertly broke for f i r s t plate umpire Cal Drummond, run in what turned out b be ajbut had to elude a 1 u n g i n g claiming Agee should be out for run. 5-3 White Sox Victory ov<j;r Baltimore. the base line to avoid Interfering with the catcher. The White Sox hustling outfielder came back to haunt the Orioles when he loss dropped Uie Orioles tn to second place, percentage points behind the Cleveland Indians. Jim Merritt's superb r ft II e! singled home Buford in the scv- stint dropped the New York >enth inning for the Sox 1 a s t Yankees into a last • place tie Etchebarren, who finally came j not staying within the base line. The tie breaking tally came with the ball. The Chicagojlt wasn't long before B a u e r In the six when Gene Freese with Boston and gave newly appointed manager Ralph Houk his first loss In four games. MerMU replaced winning pitcher Canute Patewirt with two down in the sixth and blinked Mew York on one hit over the last three and one third trminga, fanning five. The Twins ieerfd three time! on five singles in the third inning, Rich Rolling cot* lecttog two KBt's and Tony Oil* va one. Singles by Bob Allison, Earl Battey and Cesar Tovar accounted for the final run in the sixth. Don Lock drove In three runs' with e home ran and e tingle to help Washington hurled fttfl Or* tega gun hi* second victory In three decisions. Lock's sevefttfc inning blast with a mate aboard gave the Senators a 3-2 lead and his single in the ninth sewed £d Brinkman with Uie ttial run. Bobby Knoop's snapped Ortega's string of scoreless innings at id with a two run homer in the sixth tor California's only runs. Minnesota edged New York Iff the _ _________ 0 behtftd^JWftft MAttchal; delphla clowned txw 1 and St lottf* fth _________ . opening of tt* new stftdlom wtft s 44, Winning triumph ovtr Atlanta. Houston w&s raWcd out at New York. Giants Roll Pa Pittsburgh, 3-0 j, * i~ Unlted Press International In shutouts last season, turned in The San Francisco Giants keep .Ms 8econd of thls campaign and rolling and the National League keeps losing. The Giants rolled an unbeatable seven and 11 Thursday night by blanking Pittsburgh 3-0 as Juan Marichal won his seventh game of the season and San Francisco captured its llth straight, the longest winning streak thus far In the major leagues. Marichal, the high-kicking righthander, who led the majors GOLF WINNERS -f- Winners in the various flights Ann Poynor and Jody Bob Johnson. Insert is medalist played Thursday in the Second Annual Colonial Park for the tournament. Gail Kinyon who made an 88. (Staff Friendship Day Goli Tournament are left to right, Doro- Photo) thy Worrell, Edna Dolezal, Marie White, Cherry Mingus, Major League Standings National League W. L. Pet, GB San Fran 21 7 .750 Houston 16 11 .593 4V a Pittsburgh 14 11 .560 5'/2 Los Angeles 15 13 .536 G Philadelphia 12 H .522 614 Atlanta 14 16 .467 8 New York 9 11 -450 8 St. Louis 10 H .417 9 Cincinnati 10 15 .400 9', Chicago 619 .25013 Thursday's Results Houston at N.Y., ppd., rain Phila. 5 Los Ang. 1, night San Fran. 3 Pitts. 0, night St.L 4 Atla. 3, 12 inns., night (Only games scheduled) Friday's Probable Pitchers vSan Francisco at New Yoi night - Sadecki (2-1) vs. Hous- °H oust on at Philadelphia night-Dierker (1-0) vs. Short (3-"') Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, night-Osteen (4-3) vs.. Fryman (1-0). Cincinnati at Chicago O'Toole (M) vs. Holtzman (12). American League Area Women Compete In Colonial Tourney Forty-six women from Tucum-1 low net was Anna Marie Crook cari, Portales, Clovis, Cannon j with 36 and low putts was L i 1 a AFB, Muleshoe, Tex., and Fri- Rozzell with 19 putts, all from ona, Tex., competed in the See-jColonial. of the team low net score with Gail Kinyon with a net 69, Jody ond Annual Colonial Park; Colonial Park was the winner Friendship Day Golf Tournament Thursday. Medalist was Gail KinyoniBob Johnson with 74, Sally Hol- from Colonial Park with an 88.; land with 75 and Cathy Rierson In the championship flight low i with 75 for a team net of_293. net was Cherry Mingus from Friona with a 74 and low putts for all 18 hole flights was Dorothy Worrell from the Clovis'wurm with 84 and Katherine Tony Lema Fires 68 In Tourney NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Tony Lema, shooting "the best round I've had in six months," fired a four-under-par 68 Thursday to joirc Jack Nicklaus, Bob Goalby, Frank Beard and Charles Coody in a share of the delphia stopped Los Angeles 5-1 ,nd St. Louis shaded Atlanta 4-3 n 12 Innings. The game between he Mets and Astros at New York was posponed due to rain. Twins Stop Yanks In the American League, Min nesota nipped New York 4-3, Chicago whipped Baltimore 5-3 and the Detroit at Cleveland game was postponed due to rain. first round lead Second was the Clovis Country ™** rounowa i.,u ,,,uu Tv*™*i,,r wm-T-oii with Greater New Club with Dorothy Worrell with 76, Vi Fischer with 82, Pat Erd- of the $100,000 Orleans Golf rs At A Glance THE REAL MADRID BRUSSELS (UPI) -Real Madrid of Spain came from jehind i the secod uuuuuuuuu behind in the second half to defeat Partizan Belgrade o Yugoslavia, 2-1, to capture the European Champions' Soccer Cup Wednesday night. GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI) — Holland, with center forwarc Kuijlen scoring twice, defeatec Scotland 3-2 ina friendly socce international match at Glas gow's Hampden Park Wednes day night. Country Club with a 29. In the first flight low gross vas Marie White from Muleshoe vith 100 and low net was Ann York, Cleveland Cleveland Baltimore Detroit Chicago California Minnesota Washington Kansas City "New York Boston \V. L. Pet. CB 5 9 e *f ti 15 16 14 115 14 1! .750 .750 .727 .609 01 3 :)' 5 7' 8' .560 500 9 14 .31)1 8 1& .34» 7 IT .292 10 7 if .292 10 Thursday's' Results Minn. 4 New York 3, twiligh Chicago 5 Baltimore 3, night Detroit at Cleveland, ppd., rair Wash. 4 Calif. 2, night Compers & Covers ft Cab - Overs f) Ovrrnigblcni • Sleeper* 9 Canopy* fy J'irk-up COVPF* All Kinds & Grady Hiway west Sjide of road tH-fure you get to| i»t I'V Theatre, Open Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. 3316 N. Prinee 763-9530 or 7634326 Skarda with 79 for a team net of 321. Portales was third with Francis Richardson with 79, Maxine Poynor from Tucumcari with a'Huddleston with 79, Jean Me- '4. i Cloud with 82 and Betty Brown Edna Dolczal of Colonial with j with 87 for a team net of 327. 04 was low gross in the second Fourth was Cannon AFB with light and Jody Bob Johnson of Fran Hoy with 78, Dee Gabriel- Colonial was low net with 74. sen 83, Delores Armstrong Tournament. Despite a heavy morning shower that forced a 30-minute delay in the opening round, the pros made a shambles of the par 72, 7,010-yard Lakewood Country Club course. One stroke behind pace setters Tommy Bolt, In the nine hole flight 1 o w| wit!l 85 and Arlene Pittman with gross was Nan Griffin with 5G,i 86for a team net of 332. Larry Brown Nearing Release From Hospital NEW YORK (UPI) —For a, "I was supposed to get out o guy who looks as if lie had been this hospital today, but Gabe aeltod in the puss by a Paul (Cleveland president) is a locomotive, Larry Brown sure little superstitious," laughed the five were veteran sophomore pro Jack Montgomery, Tommy Aaron and local favorite Lionel lebert. Lema, troubled since last year by a bad elbow, shot ''the aest I've had in six months." He played steady golf, picking up two birdies on each nine for his 34-34—68. educed his earned run average an incredible 0.76. Elsewhere in the NL, Phila- Bob Veale gave up all San Francisco runs and left the Dick Groat poled a two-run homer and Johnny Calllson rap homer and Johnny Callison rap* with the bases loaded for the Phillies, who snapped a three- game losing streak. Jim Bun- Jng gained his fourth straight truimph aitnuugh needed relief help from Darold Knowles In tho seventh. Jim Lefebvre accounted for Los Angeles' only tally with a second-inning homer, his ninth of the campaign. Bunning helped his own cause with a sparkling three-for-three performance at the plate and also scored a game in the seventh when Giants scored their final tally on Wilie May s' single, a fielder's choice, a single by Jay Alou anc an error by Donn Clendenon. Jim Ray Hart's sixth homer of the season was only extra base hit for the Giants. Crucial Single Lou Brock's single with the bases filled and none out in the 12th drove in Curt Flood from third with the winning run. The Cardinals Inaugurated the brand new Busch Memorial Stadium. The plush $26 million ball park on the shores of the Mississippi replaces Busch Stadium, home of the old Gashouse Gang and St. Louis Browns many sea sons ago. pair of runs. Where the Action Is... REPACK SPECIAL ABC Tourney Lead Taken ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UPI) Les Schissler of Denver, Colo., celebrated his 36th birthday in grand fashion Thursday by taking the leads in both classic singles and all-events at the American Bowling Congress tournament. The smooth-rolling pro shot all three of his series Thursday, a 687 in doubles, a record- breaking 760 in singles and a fine 665 in the team event for 2112, close to another ABC tournament record. The 760 beats by one pin the former classic singles record of 759 set in 1962 by Bob Poole of Pueblo, Colo. Don Chapman of Dunmore, Pa., is the current regular division singles leader at 761. Schissler's 760 is the fifth highest singles score ever recorded in this 63-year"Old tourney. Schissler's 2112 all-events score is third on the all-time list, behind the 2147 rolled in 1962 by Jack Winters oi Philadelphia and the 2116 sho 1 in 1959 by Eddie Lubanski oi Detroit. InrtodM Chei'k Urakt, Pull Wreel Insiwrt Drake | Ulnum. Kepaclc 1'rontwhfol $1.66 Clovis Safety Lane 516 W. 7th I I I I I I «DIDN'T ! KNOW i •| Here'f • i you can win > bet on... How • 1 can » teem get threa triples * I ana three singles In an* In-1 a nlng, end still not score «• : run?... Answer: Fin t two I I men triple end are out at the I I plate trying for an InsWe-the-1 . park homer . . . Next man • • triples and stays at third ... • | ... Next two men get fnfleld | • singles with the runner hold- • 1 Ing third . , . List man • I smacks a ground ball that hits I a runner going from first to t : second ... Batter gets credit" I for a hit, but runner is out, I I making three triplet, three | . singles, three outs • • • ui4 m • no runs! * I ' * .•> I I Thai IWl... l/ta/V Beer! JUC><A"t> .Di Get The Best Deal On Your Mercury Motor At RED'S BOAT SHOP 201 E. 1st - Ph. 783-6443 has a one track mind. His facial features may have changed, but he hasn't altered his general attitude one bit. This isn't going to make me from Texas Leaguers he said, propping shy awiiy at all," Brown. "It's Friday the 13th, so he suggested I leave here tomorrow." Brown doesn't have the slightest recollection of what happened to him on the night of , May 4 when he collided with himself up on his hospital bed. | teammate Leon \Vagner with "I'm going to go after them S urh impact while chasing like I always did." ! Roger Mails' bloop double tluit If they ever get around to;) ie | iac ] to spend more than a handing out an award for sheer; \veek j n Lenox Hill Hospital's guts, the spunky, 26-year-old intensive care unit. Cleveland shortstop first in line after statement like that. suffering the skull, nose and both his eye sockets. Brown still looks like a man has to be making a N 7 ine days after multiple fractures of his who lost an argument to a buzz-saw. But his spirit couldn t possibly be_any_better. JOHNSTON'S SPORTING GOODS vt>i : » SPORTS HEAPQUABTERS «1S MAIN 76S-314J They don't put you In that unit for simply a hangnail or an upset stomach. 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