The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, July 31, 1957, Page 9, Image 9

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    Babe Ruth Toga Won
PORTLAND UH Blake Griggs
pitched no-hitter as he led
Klamath Falls to the state Babe
Ruth baseball title with a 3-0 vic
tory over Jefferson of Portland
here Tuesday night.
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The Land-Rover it no stick-in-the-mud!
Without fuss or falter, 4-whecl drive spurs
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icy roads and the battle-field terrain of
building sites.
Steep gradients, even with loose, shifting
surfaces hold no terrors for that indomitable
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HURRICANE FEELS FORCE OF BLOW Hurricane Jackson, left, feels force of blow as
he gets tagged with right thrown by champion Floyd Patterson in first round of their
heavyweight title fight at New York's Polo Grounds. Patterson retained title on TKO
in the tenth round. (AP)
New York Giant Footballers
Set Hot Pace For Star Came
WINOOSKI, Vt. Ofl The New
York Giants are not taking the
All-Star Football Game lightly. The
coaching staff has too much respect
for collegians like John Brodic, Ron
Kramer and Don Bosseler.
In fact, the world champions of
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professional football are being driv
en at a furious pace under the
j whip hand of Coach Jim Lee How-
jell to reach peak effectiveness for
the Aug. 9 classic in Chicago.
I "The All-Star Game is a pres
tige game," Howell explained. "If
you lose, you're terrible. If you
win, it is expected, for that reason
we are getting the regulars ready
in a hurry.
"On the other hand, the rookies
are being developed slower. We'll
be able to pay more attention to
them after the game."
The coaching staff has been
hustling the 57 candidates compet
ing for 35 available positions twice
a day since they reported July 19
at St. Michael's College campus.
Today the Giants were scheduled
to drop to a one-session-a-day pace
with the last full-scale scrimmage
before the all star encounter. I
"Basically, the clubs who have
won for the All-Stars in the past
have had good passers and big,
fast lines." said Howell.
"The winner doesn't have o
make many touchdowns in the
game and a good passer is neces
sary. "Brodic, the boy from Stanford,
impressed me particularly. Of
course, l'aul llornung of Notre
Dame is a fine looking player and
with both at quarterback, the stars
will be able to move the ball.
".Most coaches think Jon Arnett
(Southern California) is a great
ball carrier and Bosseler (All Am
erica from Miami) is an outstand
ing runner.
Seattle Speedboat May
Run Final Cold Cup Race
SEATTLE OH The speedboat
Miss Seattle nee Slo-Mo-Shun
V may run her last race in the
Aug. 11 quest for the Gold Cup.
As the Slo-Mo Vce she picked
off the big prize twice. Her cur
rent owners. Roostertails Inc.,
disclosed this week that the fi
nancial burden was getting a bit
too heavy.
The local syndicate reported it
had started the season with a
fund of $35,000. but now needs
812,000 to $15,000 more to finish
the season. Miss Seattle has com
peted in the Apple Cup race at
Chelan and the Mile Hign race
at Lake Tahoe.
Five Dctroits boats in addition
to the Crust arc either here or
en route. They are the two Gales,
the two Miss U. S. entries and
the Short Circuit. The latter is
owned by Chuck Thompson, for
mer driver of Miss Pepsi.
Wed., July 31, 1957 The Newi-Revlew, Rofburg, Of. 9
Cards Edge Closer To Braves' Lead
As Phils Stay 3rd; Yanks By 3 In AL
W L Pet. OBI
63 34
New York
Kansas City
60 37 .619 3
54 44 .551 9W
49 49 .500 14'i
48 49 .495 15
46 52 .469 17 '4
36 61 .371 27
35 65 .350 29Mi
Tuesday's Results
New York 10, Ksnsas City 4
Chicago 7, Washington 1
Boston 4, Detroit 0
Cleveland 6, Baltimore 0
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis
New York
59 41
57 40
55 42
56 43
.588 .i
.567 2i
566 2' 2
54 44 .551 4
43 56 .434 15Vi
36 64 .360 23
33 63 .344 24
Tuesday's Results
Brooklyn 1-3, Chicago 0-4
Philadelphia 8, Cincinnati 5
Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 2
St. Louis 7, New York 3
HEItSHEY. Pa. Bud Kivett
of High Point, N.C., shot a I-under-par
69 on the second round
to take the qualifying medal in the
National Public Links Champion
ship wilh a total score of 141 for
the 36 holes.
CHICAGO Paul Harney from
Worcester, Mass., fired a four-under-par
66 to lead the first day
qualifiers for the $25,000 All -American
Tournament at Tarn
lton Northey, too slow for the
American League's "go-go" Chi
cago White Sox, is "back home"
again just doing what comes nat
urally to keep the Philadelphia
Phillies on the move in the Na
tional League race.
The husky, balding, 37-year-old
slugger, in a Phillies uniform for
the first time in 10 years, wal
loped a game-winning two - run
homer in last night's 8-5 victory
over Cincinnati coming up in a
pinch-hit role only hours afler be
ing picked up from the White Sox
on waivers.
Northey's shot, his first home
run of the year, hoisted the Phils
within one percentage point of
third-nlace Brooklyn and kept
Philadelphia within 2'4 games of
first-place Milwaukee.
The Braves defeated Pittsburgh
5-2 but saw their lead shaved to
a mere two percentage points
over St. Louis as the Cardinals
socked the New York Giants 7-3
on Joe Cunningham's pinch-hit
grand-slam homer in the ninth.
The Dodgers split a pair with
the Chicago Cubs, losing 4-3 aft
er a 1-0 victory to fall 2'4 games
In the American League, where
the first-place New York Yankees
have been forced to fight for their
"run-away," Dick Donovan tossed
a three-hitter to beat Washington
7-1 and keep the second-place
White Sox within three games of
the top. The Yankees whipped
Kansas City 10-4.
Boston smacked Detroit 4-0 on
the four-singles pitching of veter
an Bob Poreterfield, and Cleve
land replaced the Tigers in fourth
place wilh a 6-0 decision over Bal
timore behind the three-hit pitch
ing of Johnny Gray, back in the
majors for the first time since
Northey capped a three-run
eighth inning for the Phils with
his sock off losing reliever Hersh
freeman. Man Lopata had opened
the rally with a homer off starter
Joe Nuxhall afler the Redlegs had
fashioned a 5-3 lead on homers by
Frank Kobinson, Smoky Burgess
and Don Hoak. Bob Miller won it
in relief.
Lew Burdctte tossed a five-hitter
for the Braves. The veteran
right-hander gave up a home run
and sacrifice fly to Gene Frcesc
while the Braves scored three un
earned runs to hand Art Swanson
the defeat.
The Cards, junking a 3-0 Giant
lead for their fourth in a row,
loaded the bases on walks to Don
Blasingamc, Stan Musial and Wal
ly Moon ahead of Cunningham's
payoft smack ort Kubcn Gomez,
now 11-9.
Blasingame, 3-for-4, drove in a
run and scored the tying marker
after Moon, hitting in his 16th con
secutive game, had paired doubles
with Del Ennis for the first St.
Louis run. Larry Jackson won his
12th in relief.
An eighth-inning homer by Bob
Spcake did it for the Cubs, al
though Dave Hillman needed re
lief help to win jt after andy
Amoros homered in the ninth. Don
Newcombe lost it for a 9-9 mark.
A fourth-inning-sacrifice fly by Carl
Eisenhower Attends
Tuesday Night Came
dent Eisenhower munched pea
nuts, sipped a soft drink and
watched like any other fan
Tuesday night as his home
team, the Washington Sena
tors, took a 7-1 clobbering
from the Chicago White Sox.
The President, a summer
bachelor this week while his
wife is in Denver, took a party
of friends and staff members
with him to Griffith Stadium
his second visit to the ball
park this year.
sen batted in three Sox runs with
his 14th homer and a single
Frank Lary lost his 14th. Ted Wil
liam., UNtnl l.fnr.A in OUSh tllS
league-leading bat average to .384.
Gray, a 29-year-old right-hander
recalled from San Diego Sunday,
hadn't wnrlrarl n hit? hfl?ue am6
since starting five with the A's
two years ago. He nursea a l-u leau
with a one-hitter for eight innings.
The Tribe then scored five in the.
ninth as Billy Loes lost his sixth.
Yogi Berra, again wearing specs
shook a slump with his 17th home
pun an1 thran sincles fOP fniir TUnS
batted in. Whitey Ford won his
sixth witn a i3-nuier mai was
good enough for his first complete,
game since opening day.
Furillo beat Moe Drabowsky in the
opener as the Brooks cut down two
Cub runners at the plate.
Larry Doby and Minnie Minoso
each hit a pair of home runs for
the White Sox.
Porterfield pitched his first shut
out since July 17, 1956. Jackie Jen-
Three Northwest Men
Qualify In Links Meet
HERSHEY, Pa. OB - Billy
Laiwr of Spokane led a three-man
Pacific Northwest team into the
first round of the National Public
Links Golf Tournament Wednes
day. Lauer. who qualified for match
play with a qualifying card of 148,
faced Henry Barabin of Los An
geles in his first test. Barabin
qualified with a 152.
Also representing the Pacific
Northwest as match play got
under wav were Bill Conrov of
Seattle, 153, and Woodrow Ball of
Portland, 152.
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