La Grande observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1959-1968, July 17, 1959, Page 2, Image 2

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I Neil Andersen .
Observer, Le Grande, Of., Fri., July 17, 1959 Page 2
SF Splits A Pair
Yankees Win Two
United Press International
Hey Waiter, Dusty Hhodes savs
he'U take another short order of
that World Scries nu-lu.i he lusted
back in IS54. '
1 hat series' slice merely whet
ted, Uusly's apiictite. so here he
is again five years later putting
in his bid with the Giants fur a
second helping.
"Remember those amazing pinch
hits he collected to lead the Gl
ints to the National League pen
ant in ltt54? Well. HlKxIes is do-
Snare One
sided Wins
Thursday'c Rtul'
Van Patten's ti Fimtm'1 5
; Trettar's 1J Bohnenkimp's
!. Tigers t Cardinals 3
i The little leaguers made one
sided contests out of u'l the games
played in Thursday's action. Van
fetter's walloped the Farnam
pine 22 5 for the night's and the
season's most top heavy victory.
,' Famam's went to work in the
first inning for two runs Jerry
dackman singled and Cal Scott
tripled him home. Scott scored a
few minutes latr on Gary Sim
nonr single.
'Van Petten's unleashed the most
potent power attack displayed yet
this year by the little li-awrs.
The Lumberjack collect-d 17 hits
Including four home runs, four
doubles and a triple.
J In the bottom of the f.rst. Dave
Cash doubled after on? man was
put. Lyle Masters end Jim Lilly
then gave a preview of the niyht's
Action with back-to-liack home
runs.' Bill DcLashmutt al.-o horn
wed .for the Lumberjacks and
Steve, Wendel contribute a triple
end a four-bagger.
Dave Cash picked up the win and
Merry Jackman was the lose; .
: Bohnenkamp's jolted Trotter's in
4he first (lining whi n Joe, Talbot
jsmacked a home run as tho first
Irian up. Uonnenkamp s came
back in the third Inning to pick
tp two more runs befor? Trotter's
i:ot under way. Mlk? Elder sin
:led. Ingerson, who was three for
our. was safe on a fielder's
hoice. Tom Clark and Ed Draper
heh singled for the two runs.
t Mike Hay den singled for Trot
jr"s in the third to start things
tnoving. He went to second on a
fcround out to the shortstop and
scored on John Groupc 's single.
The score remained 3 1 till the
tilth when Trotter's pushed 11
uns across. Six hits, two liohnen
jkamp's errors, two hit batters and
!i fielder's choice accounted for all
he runs and the win.
i Bohnenkamp's picked up a sin
tie run in the sixth on 'hits by
Lovelace and Ingerson and s walk
to Elder. Ingerson got the Kill.
i Tho Cardinals Jliinpcd into a
juick three run lead in the first
Inning when Bob Kreischmer. Hill
lermaan and Walt Klliart were all
tafc on errors. Frank Miller sin
led to drive in two runs. F.lhart
scared from third whrn Miller was
thrown out at second on Randy
)olven's ground ball to the short
top. The Tigers got one run back in
the bottom of the Inning and four
more in the fourth inning alter
teeping the Cards scoreless. Auld
ri Prescott was hit by the batter
and Huntsman was safe at first
Kith two outs Joe Milliard doubled.
ing business at he .same old stand
in an effort to bring the Giants
their lirst pennant since then this
Dusty, who was recalled from
the minors only a short time
back, kept the Giants on top
Thursday night when he came
through Kith one of his patented
pinch hits in the ninth inning
to beat the Phillies. 1-0. in the
second game of a twi-night dou
bleheader Giants Netdad Win
The Giants needed that victory
to remain one game ahead of the
idle secon-l place Dodgers be
cause the Phillies had taken the
opener. 6-1. behind Robin Roberts.
Southpaw Johnny Antonelu
pitched suoerhly in gaining his
nth victory, giving up only three
hits while striking out nine.
In the opener, the I'hils
knocked out former teammate
Jack Sanfo-d with a two-run ral
ly in the seventh that, broke a 4-4
the Ctit.s defeated the Braves
for the third straight lime, 4 2.
and the Kcds downed the Cardi-
dinals, 7-5. Los Angeles aii'J Pitts
burgh were not scheduled.
The White Sox took over the
American I-eague lead by one
ame by splitting a donbleheader
with the Rod Sox while the Yan
kees were taking a twin-bill from
the Indians. Chicago beat Boston
in the opener. 4-3, and Boston
won the second game, 5-4. The
Yankees won their opener from
the Indians. 7-5, in 10 Innings and
licked Detroit, 5 2, aml'ansas
City nipied Baltimore. 4-3.
Hiilman Beats Braves
Dave Hiilman of the Cubs, who
had lost five straight games to
the Braves during his career,
heat Iher.i for the tirst time with
a nine-hit effort. The Cuhs col
lected all their runs on five hits,'
including Eni.e Bonks' 27th hom
er, off Uw Burdette.
Jerry Lynch drove in four runs
with a homer and three singles to
pace the Kcds to their victory
over the Cardinals.
Vic WiMl' thinl hit of the
game, a sii.t. scored Marty
Kiwigh from second base with
the run that broke a 4-4 lie in the
.sevenin inuins and gave the Red
Sox their nigiitrnp victory over
the White Sox. Sherm Lollar dou
ble home Jin l.aidis with the
winning run in the seventh inning
of the oK'ner.
Mickey Mantle's l'lth homer
with enc on it. the loth inning
gave the Yankees their oxning
game victory over Wie Indians
after Yogi Berra tied the score
with his 1 1th homer in the ninth
Little Bobby Sha.itz. promoted to
a starting role from the bullpen
because Casey Stengel had no
body slo'ipcd the Tribe on
five hits in the nightcap to give
the Yanks their lirst duublehead
er sweep since May 30.
The Senators ha uled the slump
ing Tigers their fourth straight
defeat and llth loss in. their last
13 games.
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Bevos Nip Spokane;
Climb Back To 3rd
By Unilod Prass lnlarnatie.aJ
Ken Johnson ei Portia id limit
ed Spokane to four hits
Thuikday night as the Portland
Beavers defeated the Indians J-l
in the opening game of a Pacilic
Coast League series and climbed
back into third place in League
The victory was Johnson's 10th
of the seasu.n against five losses
and the loser was Connie Grob.
row 10-8
Portland on the game in tile
seventh inning by scoring two
ru:ft to break a 1-1 deadlock. Mill
Graff started the winning Beaver
rally with a double to right cen
terfold. Gralf scored on a single
by Charlie Seerest. Secrest came
across with the second run on a
throwing error on a ball hit by
Jim Greergrass.
S;.okane opened the scoring in
the third inning when Grob, who
had walked went to second on a
sacrifice bunt by Tommy Davis
a'td to third on a passed ball and
then sco-cd when Tony Roig hit
a sacrilice fly.
The Beavers evened the score
in the bottom of the sixth when
Freese singled to left, advanced
to secor.d on Nim Tornay s sacri
fice, went to third on a force out
and scored when Roig threw the
hall away attempting to get Dave
Melton al iirst.
The Sacramento Soluns appar
ently aren t going to let the lack
of a power hitter keep them out
of first place in the Pocific Coast
The Solor.s, who have recently
shown signs of fading out of the
pennant picture, displayed some
unmistakable earmarks of a flag
winner Thu.sday night.
Itiey cooled off the red-hot Salt
Lake City Bees. 4-2. as Joe Slan
ka nailed down his Uih win of the
season, lie got relief help from
Terry Fox. the Sacs' ace bull-pen-ner
u ho has a 7-0 season record.
The win kept the Solons a game
and a half ahead of the second
place Vancouver Mounties, who
nipped Seattle 1-0. Other games
saw Phoenix take San Diego, 1
Still Searching
Sacramento's front office is still
searching for a big hitter to bol
ster the Sacs down the stretch
Meanwhile, they will have to be
content with getting by with their
good pitching in a league that is
void of soft touches.
The Sacs took advantage of sev
eral breaks Thursday night in win-1
ning. A pair of wild pitches and
an error by losing pitcher Joe
Francis gave them their first two
runs. Stanka aided his own cause
with a pair of nin scoring singles.
Fred Besana kept Vancouver
close on the hels of Sacramento
as he hurled a two hitter against
Seattle. Claude Osteen, the laser,
allowed eight hits and struck out
14. - ' '
' The lone tally came in the ninth
after Barry Shetrone was hit by
a pitch with one out.' Marv Breed
ind walked and Joe F r a t i e r
grounded to second, forcing
Breeding for the Mart of a double
play attempt. The relay to first
was not in time however, and the
hustling Shetrone roared all the
way home with the clincher.
' Benny Valenzuela hit two home
runs to lead Phoenix to its win
over San Diego. The first came
in the fifth and the second in the
seventh with none on. Marshall
Renfroe got the win.
By United Press International
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Kansas City
Arnerican League
W. L. Pet. CB.
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45 42 "517 44
Swimmers Plan
Contests Away
From Home
lu their first ambitious foray ol
the season away from home wa-,
'.en, 18 swimmers and drverj of j
the La Grande .Swim Club today j
were competing in assorted div-,
ing and Individual swimming and
relay events at the Washington
State Open AAU Championships ;
i't Pasco, Wash. . , :
The Washington meet is the,
first of a series of away-from- i
home meets for the La Grande1
club. Next Wednesday night the j
iocal paudlers meet Pendleton in
return - dual engagement at '
Pendleton, and on Thursday and
rriday, July 30-31 a crew of II
Fvers and older swimmers will
participate in the Spokane 31st
open Swim Meet co-sponsored by
t ne Spokane Daily Chronicle and
Spokane Park Commission.
The Spokane meet will be fol
lowed by the appearance of the
bulk of the team at The Dalles
Recreation Meet," limited to small
clubs of Oregon on Saturday,
Aug. 1.
Arrangements for the Pendle
ton meet were completed this
week by coaches of the respec
tive teams. I .a Grande, reluctant
to compete in Pendleton's round-
eorneied pool, consented to ap
in tho rmatilla city when
officials of the host team agreed
to take the outer and inner
lanes, which lead into a steel
IhjoI stairway, out of competition,
entries will be limited to two per
it-tin for each event.
rn I I I nag
Tuts Extern
is Mike!'
Ar your tiro being sent
out of La Grande for rocapping?
Havo your rocapping done locally.
Bring your tiro needs to a tire specialist.
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42 44 .4K2 7
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39 47 .435 10
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for the first of two hits he got in
three at bats to drive in a pair
tf runs.
Lowell B:eman then walked and
Dan Moore singled to plate Billiard.
Hick Gerry and Burt Marx then
drew walks to (orce in the fourth
run of tho inning.
The Tigers picked up three more
runs in thr- sixth Inning with
Marx's double doing the most dam
age. Gerry was the winning pitch
er getting nine strikeouts while giv
ing up only five walks. Tom Kemp
got the loss striking out' six and
walking nine.
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IN THE SWIM Michdc Mouscl, top, and Janice Pipuj.
try diving board at Hie Vflt-rans Aiemoiial Pool yes
terday afternoon. Although ummrr is here the spring
is mighty good. The pool is open dally for swimming
from noon to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9. (Observer)
Tennis Plans Disciplinary
Action Against Alex Olmedo
RIVER FOI'l-.ST. 111. a TI ' , court and hurried from the dress-
Pacific Coast Laajua
W. L. Pet. GB
Sacramento 51 43 .543
Vancouver 49 44 .527 V -
Portland 46 43 .517 2'i
Salt Lake 48 46 .511 3
SK)kane 46 49 .4K4 5'3
Phoenix 46 49 .484 51:
San Diego 46 50 .479 6
Seattle 43 51 .457 8
The U.S. Lawn Tennis Assn. to
day considered discinli'larv action
against Alex Clmedo uho was
kicked out of the Clay
Courts tournament for not trying
The 23-year-old sparkplug of the
I'.S. Davis Cup team and holder
of the Wimbledon singles crown
went down in listless defeat
against South African Abe Segal.
C-2. 6-1. 6 0. Thursday and .left the
court amid loud boos from a dis
appointed crowd at the Kiver for
est Tennis flub.
aegal said Olmedo told him he
"threw the match."
"I cam1? here to play tennis. I
don't like to win that way,'' Segal
Olmedo's burst of tcmneramcit
threw the loirnnment Into a tip
roar. The Peruvian walked off the
ing riMiin to his hotel room, re-
lusiif! to speak to a'
Olmedo later said through Per
ry .Io:ies. c.mtain of the Davis
Cup tcat.i. that he was '"sor.-y
about the whole thing."
Olmedo. Jones said, would "talk
to everybody later" to explain his
KKANKKCKT. Germany il'PD
' Willie May of the I'niversity
of Indiana captured the 110-meter
hurdles in 14 4 seconds during
Thursday night's international
track and field meet. Mel Schwarz
of the I'. S. Marine Corps soared
14 feet. 5 inches to win the pole
vault event.
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Thursday's Results s
N. York 7 Cleve. 5 1st. 10 inn.
N. York 4 Cleve. 0 2nd
Chicago 4 Bosto:i. 3, 1st
Boston 5 Chicago 4. 2nd
Washington 5 Detroit 2 i night'
Kansas City 4 Baltimore 3 i;ht
Thursday's Results
Sac:amento 4 Salt Lake 2
Phoenix 6 San Diego 1
Portland 3 Spokane 1
Vancouver 1 Seattle 0
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