The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 31, 1956, Page 31, Image 31

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Numerous Former Senators to Play in 'Waters Nighti
" Oldtimers Prelim Came at Ball Park on Saturday Night
Former Salem Senator baseball
' players, nine of which performed
on the very first club here back
in JMO, will be numeroui for the
"Old Mm en'' portion of the
"George E. Water Night" festivi
tie ft the ball park Saturday. All
former Senator playen have been
invited to attend the special night,
and take part in the three-inning
claih with the Eugene Oldtimeri
which it to atart thingi off at
even o'clock Saturday.
From the 1940 club will' be
pitchers Roy Reiser and Bud
Brewer, catchers Ted Kerr and
Dick Bishop, infielders Al Light
per, Lee Shinn and Yh il Saltstrom
and outfielders "Morjse" Clabaugh
and Johnny Oravec. Brewer won
20 games for the '40 unit, and Hel
ser bagged IS.
Others who have come along in
years since then, and who have
been invite Saturday include Lee
Fallin, who' pitched for the club in
194!, Johnny Kolb, who- was an
infielder in '41, Eddie Adams, who
caught for the 1941-42 outfits. Bill
Beard, who managed the 1949 elub,
Dick Gentzkow, an outfielder dur
ing the Jack Wilson managerial
regime, Wally Flager, crack short
stop on the 1946 outfit and Bill
Bevens, 20-game winner for the
1951 squad. Also, Max Marshall,
former major leaguer with the fet -together following the"5aturday
1953 team, is slated to appear, as' program. ,
is catcher Floyd Ogden who was . . The current Senators are to play
with the Salemi a couple of sea- the Eugene Emeralds in the open
sons ago, (or of a three-game series Satur-
Most have been contacted, and i day, starting at the usual I p.m.
have assured their presence. " I The entire program will be dedi-
It is. possible ttfat all nine of the -cated to the late George E. Wa-
1940 members will start the exhibf-fters, who brought professional
Braves Tied, But Hike Lea
tion game for Salem, although both
Brewer and. Bishop are with the
Eugene ancients.
Others coming from Eugene in
clude Al Wright. Jack Fassett,
"Farmer Hal" Turpin, Bob Wilt
shire, Bill Green, Jim Kays and
possibly Don Husband.
The Oldies are to have a social
baseball to Salem in. 1940 and
erected Waters Field.'
Sunday's doubleheader with the
Emeralds is to start at t p.m.,
and the famous barcball acrobat
Johnny Price is to appear in his
spectacular act between games of
the twin bill.
Columbia Now
Yielding Many
Salmon Runs
eoncmoirs , sweep u win
Id
Salems Creep
Up On Bruins
Walsh, Sauiirh tf url
Victories Over Tribe
FERRIS FIELD, Spokane (Spe
cial The Sajem Senators dump
ed the Spokane Indians in both
games of their Northwest league
doubleheader here Thursday night,
by scores of 8-1 and t-2, and crept
to within six percentage points of
the league leading Yakima Bears,
who lost to the Tri-City Braves.
Salem is now actually ahead of
the Bears in games won and lost,
but trails in the counting percen
tage. Big Bill Walsh hurled the open
ing game win and equally sizeable
Ad Satalich got the second,' with
some relief work as help by Jerry
Cade in the eighth inning. Cade
retired the side with the bases
loaded and then downed the Spokes
t 1-2-3 in the ninth. Walsh I win was
I his loth. Satalich nailed up No. 11.
a Hume p. tins Figure .
I Home runs figured in both vie-
I Inri;-. Frank Szrkula rapped his
I ,101 h. with two on to provide Walsh I
i with the big bulge in the opener. I
i , Rust Rosburg belted his ninth; ;
1 with one on in the nightcap to aid
J Satalich. I
I Although be got - no homers,
Chuck Essegian, the Senators' No.
1 offensive weapon, banged out-i
5 three hits in the opener and two
I more in the second game to shove
his batting average to a terrific
.372.
Jack Dunn had a triple and two
: doubles in the games and Mel
Krause had four safeties.
Single Game Dm
; The teams complete the series
Friday night with a single game,
" after which Salem returns to Ore
gon to open a three-game series at
, Salem with Eugene Saturday night.
If Salem can win Friday's game
here, while Yakima is losing to
t Tri-City, the Senators will take
ys . erer the loop lead., - ...
Thursday's extra tilt was a make
3 tip for a rainout of July 20. al
H though the Salems didn't know
; f . they were to play it until they got
.1 - to town.
5et for Action in State Fair Race Meet
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Tint fmt:
StlMB (S) (I) Spokinr
BIHI BRHE
Wtbatf r 4 1 t Mrphr.m 410
XnunJ 4 1 OJrkmnj 4 0 1
rtunn.m I I I I RiptHll.J 4 1 B
rn'fiin 1 4 110 Hllmn.r IO10
Robur,l 111 SmtwonJ 4 0 11
Siekuli.r 3 11 SCarlon.e S 1 1 0
Uurirn.l lilt Brdbry,
Kini.c 3 0 10 Hmota.i
W.l.h.p 4 t t t Ludlkc.p
Total! SS 1 10 I Tolili 3t 1 t 4
Rlm .004 JIB lr-t 10 1
Spokane ... 0k too 01 S 4
Wlnmni pttchrr: Walan (10-4). Vot
ing pitcher: Luefltke 4-Bt.
pllrher p ab hn r er o bb
Walih f 3D S I 1 4 3
Lufdike J It 10 S 3 4 J
Left on baaei: 8. B 8p 10. Home
nine: Szekula Three-huge hits: Dunn,
. Fteelian, Kins. Twn-bate hlta: Dunn,
lurnen. Rum batted tn Himmimn.
t'i. 5zekuia t3), larvian (3i. Kins.
Dnitble play: Saniptnn to Bippilt.
Webefer tn 'Kravue to Rnshurs Time:
101. I'mplrei: fuher and Lopat.
Racing Meet
Ready to Go
With over 4.'i0 horses on the
premises, and others waiting to
get ui, -the annual Oregon State
Fair horse racing gets under way
Saturday, with first post time at
1:13 o'clock.
Two harness races will get the
inaugural under way, and will be
followed by e i g h t thoroughbred
events. The meet will be conducted
daily throughout the Fair, with the
exception of Sunday.
Overall purses for the racing
card are "up considerably," ac
cording to new racing director
Keith D-. Evans. Top money will
ride with the Labor Day Handi
cap, the Governor's Handicap on
Wednesday and the Au . Revoir
Handicap on the following Satur
day, final day of the meet. Each
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ijjjjlBeavers Rap
Angels, 10-7
Second game:
Salem )
B R H r
Webatr.1 Hit
Krauae.3 3 1 3 0
Dunn.m 9 0 10
Kaaeirin 15 110
Roabrl.l 4 110
Mradv.r 4 1 t t
Knepf. e S 0 0 1
luntnj I I I I
Satlch p 3 1 1 0
Cede p Altt
fiekla.r A t t t
Klnc.e 0 0 0 0
PORTLAND, Ore. OrWThe Port
land Reavers squared a Pacific
Coast League series with Los An
gele Thursday night, beating the
league-leaders 10-7. Portland's Bob
Darnell won his second game in as
many nights of relief pitching to
even the series at two games
(t) Spokane 'Plece. .
u w B. H, H. I The Bcavcrs,Urted with a string
jick'nl i I ! s of two-run innings, after Los An-
Rippiit.3 4 o l i geles had scored twice in the first.
s.m'pTnj SSloj Portland added two in the fourth
Rcmi.c 3 l I l when Jack Littrell singled and
5" mo'..1 3 o. S Marquei hit his 23rd -homer,
wekiv.p sot t. Darnell singled in a run in the
carinn c o o o o Portland fifth and Calderone's sev-
k-HOtier.l OOO ,k u-- , nAA Ik.
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Ready and waiting for action In the State Fair's horse racing
program starting here tomorrow are Marly n J,va trotter
shown by owner J. D. Schackman of Salem (above), and
four of the 20 Jockeys who will ride the thoroughbreds in
the 7-day meeting. Pete Hidalgo, left, helps Alex Duncan
(on scales) gain weight as Dewey Henshaw and Marv Perry
look on. Harness racing will be held the first two events
ofeach day, starting at 1:15 p.m., and thoroughbreds will
theniollow with eight races.
The Oregon State Game Com
mission Thursday announced the
weekend fishing prospects, and
pointed out that salmon fishing
is now excellent at the mouth of
the Columbia River. Also, good
ly numbers of seas-run cutthroat
have been noted in many of the
coastal streams. Many of the cen
tral and eastern lakes and reser
voirs are now producing well for
the trout anglers.
Here is the report, section by
section: '
NORTHWEST
Salmon fishing, is excellent off
the mouth of rCnlumbia river;
few fish are being caught in the
rivjr. f'ehalem Bay salmon fish
ing is Improvine. Coot) numbers
of sea-run cutthroat are in the
Nestucca, Miami, Wilson, and
Trask rivers. Fair numbers of
jacks are being taken in the Sal
mon and Nestucca rivers In the
lower portions. Chinooks are be
ing taken up to the garden hole
on the Salmon and past Woods
on the Nestucca. Chinook are
rolling we'l up into tide in the
Wilson and Trask rivers. The Kil
chis river is 'only fair for jacks
and cutthroats Perch and sea
bass angling is fair at Cape
Meares. Spring and Lytle lakes
are fair for largemouth
poor for trout. Trout fishing is
Hi . j . l i iu. rl-l.
expecira 10 or iair uu uic viaia-
amas river.
- SOUTHWEST
Trdut angling in the Umpqua
river system remains slow. Steel
head angling has improved in
Steamboat area, fair at Winches
ter. North Umpqua river from
mouth of Steamboat creek to
Soda Springs -power plant is
closed to all angling after Labor
Day, September 3rd. Salmon sea
son opens in Umpqua river Sep
tember 1st. Salmon angling at
Winchester Bay remains good.
Herring are not as abundant as
the past week. Some sea-run cut
throat are being taken in lower
Umoqua river. Salmon anding
at Coos Bay continues good to
(Continued page 33, Col, 1)
of (too n$rt atcs man
Statesman, Salem, Ore, Fti, Aug. 31, '56 (Sec. lV)-33
Slo-Mo-Shun
Crashes, Sinks
Pilot Hurled 50 Feet, Badly Hurt ...
(Story also ?oa Page'SS)
- DETROIT (AP)-Slo-Mo-Sfinn IV. the quwn of America's
fastest speedboatSr socked from side to side, skidded sideways
at 140 m.p.h. and dun a watery crave during Gold Cup trials
Thursday, seriously injuring the driver and disintegrating the
boat
run .
enth-inning home
Braver scoring.
Totali II III I Totali 31 I I I , . a,;,,.. ,j
-8trurk out lor Weekiev m nth I B'lko, the league s top hitter and
Sajem loo 120 3no a ij i , home run leader got two singles.
Spokane too oio 010 1 S 5
Wlnninf pitcher-Satahrh 1 11-13).
Loemg pitcher Weekley 14-11).
Pitcher Ip ab h r er o bb
Satalich 7, 37 t 1 1 3
Cade l'i 4 0 0 0 1 0
Weekler 39 13 S 8 1 i
Hit he pitcher Roaburf. Carton.
Left on haaea Slem II. Spokane S.
. Home run Rnabure. Two-hate hlta
- Dunn. Sata.lch Wehater. F.'aeemn
Rum batted In Rrady 3. Wehater,
nnenurf toen Daaea Sampson
nradv 3. Caaeelan. Double pluvs
. Krause to Roaburf I7. Hatnm.imf.to
' to Jflrkann to Brarlberry (?'. Krauae
to Wehater to RiMhurj Time 3 2B.
' Umpires Ijipat and Flaher. Attend
ance 1.308.
iYaks Cling
To NWL Lead
1 KENNKWICK (-Yakima was
dumped here Thursday night, 6-4,
by Tri-City but still kept a narrow
percentage lead for first place in
.the NWL. which twice dumped
Spokane the same night.
In another NWL game, Eugene
Vowed to Wenatrheei 7-2, at the
Chiefs' horns park.
Senator Swat
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lb
32"
307
4.1S
4.14
S.I
142
372
422
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'"lloeburg
Dunn
Krause)
rrady
ICoepr
Webster
S'ekula
Pltrhlni:
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Valah S ID 10
Cenrfa 7 17B 19
Cade 44 220 '1 15
Salallrh 33 inrl'a 11
Aifirmn 31 m
h h 3b hr rhl pet
121 ao
R 17
1.17 34
120 IS
33 3
. 7
IV 3
104 IS
1)3 11
1 2B
1 3!
10 70
14 44 1
4 OB
1 IIS
13 187
13 123
5 SB
4 U
John Brigg,, the Angel starter, was
tagged with the loss.
In other PCL action, Sacra
mento and 'Hollywood split a
doubleheader, the Sacs winning
3-2 and losing 4-3; San Francisco
nipped San Diego 7-6, and Seattle
conked Vancouver 7-1.
I.ea Anielet 7i Portland (IB)
B H O A BHOA
Wlae.a S 3 4 1 Suffelt.cf 4 3 3 0
NlHiuh 1 t 3 4 4 Llttrell.a 4 3 3 3
Warle.ct S 0 3 0 Mrquet.r S I 3 0
Bllko.l 3 30 Mklsn.l 4171
Speake.l 4 0 0 0 Crswell.l 3 3 0 0
role:cr.r 5 4 4 0 Brkakl.l 4 0 0 1
l.aulera.3 5 10 1 Cldrne.c IIH
Hnnah.c 4 10 1 Banakl.3 3 3 3 S
RrlKis.p 1 0 0 0 Alxndr.p 3 0 0 0
a-Tappe 110 0 Drnell.p 1110
h-HIImn 0 0 0 0
Pleretl p 0 0 0 0
Rauer.p 10 0 1
r-Frecae 10 0 0
Andrsn.p 0 0 0 1 .
Totals 40 18 34 17 Totals 34 1317 11
a Slnsted for Rrlsss In 4th.
b Ran for Tappe In 4th.
c Hit Into double play or Bauer.
Los Anielea too too 021 7
Portland 321 110 10 10
I Wise. Bauer, Littrell. RBI-Mar-
?ues 1. Speake, Hannah 3. Bolter 1,
aldernne. Baslnskl, Darnell, Mickel
son. Carswell, Alexander, Littrell,
Borknwskl. 3 Littrell. Carswell.
Caldernne. Saffell, Lauters. Maurh,
Baslnskl. HR Maraues. Hannah. Ca -
derone. SP Speake, Littrell. Basln-
371 ski. a laiaernne. dp- Littrell to
jtt Baslnskl to Mlrkelaon: Wise tn
,D7 Maurh: Baslnskl to Mlrkelson to
279 1 Baslnskl tn Littrell: Bauer to Wise
too I to Bllkn; Rorkowakl to Baainakl to
2S4 i Mlrkelson. I.e(t Los Anaelea B. Port'
::t i land 4. HB Alexander 3. Plerettl 1.
.240 J Anderson 1. . SO - Alexander 3, Dsr
.2.14 ne II 8 R-ltR - Rrlees 8-5. Alexander
4-1. Darnell 3-3. Plerettl 3-3, Bauer
hh erl'-1' Anderson 0-0. HO Briars B In 3;
Hi 71 1 Alexander 71 In 3',; Darnell 9 In S'a:
B7 01 1 Plerettl 4 In l' j; Bauer 3 In
113 HA Anderaon 0 In I. WP Aierander.
7 ao W-Darnell (14-11). L-Rrlaers (3-31.
BB bb. U Carlucrl. rord and Aahtord. T
43 313:37. SX-JIKD,
Prall Eliminated In
South State Golf Go
MEDF0RD, Ore. W Two lead-1 over young Gordon Marlatt of Eu
ing contenders scored narrow vie- gene.
torics and several upsets surprised Lynn Crason, Pennsylvania
the gallery Thursday in the first open champion from Harrisburg,
dav of match Dlav at me soutnern ra., eiiminaiea narry miiicue,
Oregon, 0SC
Eye Pigskin.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Oregon and Oregon State Col
lege football prospects will turn
out at Eugene and Corvallis Fri
day for physical examinations,
drawing of equipment and other
preliminaries. Actual 'drills begin
Saturday, at Pacific Coast Confer
ence schools. t
Leo Harris, University of Ore
gon athletic director, announced
Thursday that Lon Stiner would
be an assistant coach in the com
ing season. Stiner, the son of ex
Oregon State football coach Lon
Stiner, Sr.. will work with the var-
. , , i . 1 1 ...
suy ana iresnman teams, ne was
a star tackle the last three years
and was last year's team co-captain.
. ; 4
a Expected
Len Casanova, the Oregon
coach, expects an' opening turnout
of 48, including 20 letter men and
10 junior college transfers.
A first-day turnout of 41 is ex
pected at Oregon State,- where
coach Tommy Prothro is search
ing for a center to replace Bob
Hadraba, who was drafted re
cently.
The Staters surprised the confer
ence last season by finishing sec
ond, and they're expected to be
tough again this' fall. With
Hadraba missing, only It letter
men remain from the 1955 squad.
New OSC Aide
Prothro also has a new assistant
coach, ex-OSC end John Thomas.
He signed this summer after help
ing in Spring drills part-time.
Under conference regulations
football practice cannot begin un
til Saturday,
Ez, Matthews
Fight Toniglit
"SEATTLE -Harry Matthews
who qualifies much more 'aptly
for a "pappy" monicker than as
the "Kid" be has been called for
basin so many years will lay his come
back hopes on the line here Frl'
day night against Ezzard Charles.
Matthews, one of Seattle's bet
ter knowri fuel dealers, and the
o r m e r heavyweight champion
from Cincinnati will meet at 10
rounds in a ring pitched over the
pitchers' mound at the Seattle
baseball park.
It will be Charles' second ap
pearance in the area in less than
two months. He dropped a deci
sion to Pat McMurtry at Tacoma
last month.
Sec ad for Matthews
It will be Matthews' second
fight his first against a big name
opponentsince he announced last
year that he was hanging up his
gloves for keeps.
He recently announced he would
try a comeback because he thinks
he can whip most of the present
heavyweight crop and line his
bank account in the process.
Both fighters have waived any
right to claim a foul in the fight.
Ret Ne Problem
Both of them also have said
thry don't care who Is named as
referee, despite Change ex
pressed feeling that he didn't think
he got -a very good break from
the arbiter in. his McMurtry fight
at Tacoma.
One boxing writer said Thurs
day there is good chance of
Joey August of Spokane, getting
the job as third man in the ring.
Charles said, however, "as far
as I am concerned they can have
Davey Ward." It was Ward who
worked the Charles McMurtry
fight.
I don t think they give
Matthews any the best bf it-in his
fights around here," Charles con
tinued. "At least I never
heard of it. They tell me he got
a real bad call against him in his
first fight with Don Cockcll of
England."
Came Called in Rain;
Cubs Dent Bums 4-3
MILWAUKEE (AP)-The pace-setting Milwaukee) Braves
played to a 1-1 tie with Pittsburgh Thursday but picked up
half a game over rtinnenip Brooklyn in the sizzling National
league racy.
Tint Brfives now lead the Dodgers by two full games and
third place Cincinnati, idle Thursday, by three. Brooklyn lost
ground in the 11-tnnuig 4-J defeat at
Not Quite
In serious condition,' but expect
ed to live, was 47-year-old vet'
eran speedboat pilot Joe Taggart,
who was hurled 50 feet through
the air as Slo-Mo's nose dug into
the choppy waters of the Detroit
River. Taggart, a boat racing vet
eran of 25 years, is from Canton,
Ohio. ,
I He was to race the big unlimit
ed class hydroplanes in ine an
nual Gold Cup race against 11 oth
er powerful speedboats Saturday.
The accident came as Taggart
put Slo-Mo-Shun through a test
run, , prior to qualifying trials.
Hud Stripped
The complete hull of the propeller-driven
world speed record
.holder of 171.497 m p h. was
stripped. All that remained when
the craft was raised from the bot
tom an hour after the tragedy was
her steel frame bars and engine.
"This boat's all through with
racing." said owner Stanley
Sayres of .Seattle. "Boats cost a
lot of money. This one is beyond
Repair."
Aaxsara. who wsa fuuru lavm
the water bleeding through the eyes
and black and blue, suffered a
broken left arm and leg and a
small bone fracture in his right
leg. His face was bruised and cut
and doctors at Detroit Receiving
Hospital said he would be exam
ined for possible internal injuries.!
Caused by Utile But
When he regained conscious
ness at the hospital, Taggart said
C
1 I
Bob Friend, ho nearly kit
and pitched the Pittsburgh
Pirates to victory over the
Milwaukee Braves Thursday
In a game halted by rain.
Roseburg 49'
Wins Crown
BILLINGS, Mont. 'LTI - Rose
burg, Ore., pushed across a run
in the bottom of the 15th Inning
Thursday to defeat Hastings, Neb.
4-3, for the Section D Junior Le
gion baseball tournament cham
pionship. By virtue of its win, Roseburg
will advance to the Little World
Series which opens at' Bismarck,
N. D., Sunday. Three other sec
tional winners will also compete.
Roseburg got its winning run
when Billy Rudzik and Ellen Lind
bloom both singled.
Oregon Golf Championships at
Rogue Valley Country Club.
Defending champion Bob Atkin
son of Portland bad trouble with
Yreka. Calif., on the 20th hole.
Less Trouble
Medalist Rod Funseth of Spo
kane had loss trouble in his match.
Babe's Cpinlilion
Said Unchanged
GALVESTON, Tex. I - The
condition of Babe Didrikson Za-
harias at John Sealy Hospital here
remained unchanged Thursday, a
statement from the hospital said.
The Babe, whose condition has
been described as "serious," has
been suffering from cancer for
three years.
Joe Hiii pitched the entire IS
the smashup was caused by "the j Innings for Hastings, giving up 13
wake ot a lime oai uw uirneo. , hits. Dick Smith started for Kose-
(CaMtlaaed next pafe)
Hunt Seasons
Due Saturday
Br- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
' Hunting seasons open in Oregon
Saturdayr '
This includes a statewide season
for pigeons and doves and in
Eastern Oregon for grouse. Spe
cial area seasons for antelope and
deer also begin Saturday.
The Oregon Game Commission
said hunting should be good in the
Willamette Valley where there are :
plenty of pigeons and doves.
Pigeon shooting also should be
good in the Coast Range of North
western Oregon. . -.. j
Doves ' are plentiful, too, in
Jackson and Josephine counties, j
and in Central Oregon.
Ruffed grouse shooting should be
fair in Baker, Union and. Wallowa
counties, the commission said.
Blue grouse will be found on open
ridges adjacent to timber and
should, be good on most of the .
high ridges of Umatilla County, i
burg. He faced four batters, giv
ing up three hits, before giving
way to Bill Ordering, who allowed
nine hits the rest of the way.
The game was played in cold.
drizzling rain, .
Hastings 100 020 000 000 000 3 13 1
Roseburg 030 000 000 000 001-4 13 t
Hill and Kramer; Smith, Oeder
ing (1), and Rudzik.
BILLINGS, Mont lit The
Roseburg, Ore., entry will meet
St. Louis Sunday afternoon in the
first game of the national Ameri
can Legion junior baseball tour
nament at Biscmarck, N.D.
the bands of the Chicago Cubs.
The Pirates had one out and a
runner on first base in the ninth
when a torrential downpour hit
County Stsdium. The infield be
came soaked before the ground
crew was able to haul the tar
paulin over the field, and after a
55 minute wait, the umpires de
cided it would be impossible te
continue-
Final Milwaukee . Visit
Since this was the Pirates' Final
visit to Milwaukee, it was expect
ed the game would be transferred
to Pittsburgh and played when the
Braves appear there Sept. It.
Bob Friend and Bob Buhl both
went all the way on the mound.
Friend giving up six hits and Buhl
four. Friend himself made half af
the hits oft Buhl.
Cabs Edge Breaks
CHICAGO I Fx-Dodger Doa
Hoak caromed an 11th inning sin
gle off first base to drive in Hobie
Lahdrith from second with the
winning run Thursday as the last
place Chicago Cubs edged the
pennant-preying Brooklyn Dodg
ers. 4-S.
Reliefer Don Bessent, who had
a string of zt scoreless Innings
ended, gave aa Intentional walk
to Dee Foody to get at Hoak after
Landrith singled nd was sacri
ficed to second.
Hoak Slashes Ball
Hoak slashed Jthe ball down the
first base line and it bounced off
first base into fair territory while
Landrith rompd home.
The Dodgers, in a tension-filled
chase after pacesetting Milwau
kee, thus broke even with the low
ly Cubs in a four-game set "and
wound up a 14-game tour with
s-3 record.
J
Kenny Lane
KO s Capone
MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP)
Kenny Lane of Muskegon, the '
country's sixth -ranked light
weight, scored a technical knock
out Thursday night over Chics
go's Ralph Capone la the fifth
round of a scheduled 10-round
bout
Referee Charlie Zagaroli stop
ped the bout. Capone, drop
ping his 10th fight against IT vic
tories and 6 draws, wss badly cut
and bleeding when the referee
baited the action.
Lane, the southpaw stylist whe
recently defeated Ralph Dupes,
was the aggressor from the start
The bout was an outdoor affair'
in Muskegon and 4.500 fans were
on hand.
his putting, but managed to birdie ,s.tinKBb Ihlanfeldt. Seattle
the 18th hole for a 1-up victory
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Idaho, WSC
Set for Grid
MOSCOW. Idaho About 50
University of Idaho football play
ers are expected to pick up equip
ment and pose for pictures Fri
day at the opening of fall practice.
Coach Skip Stanley expects to
welcome 17 lettermen back on the
squad. 1
The Vandals should have a bit
more depth and more overall
speed this season, Stanley has
said.
PULLMAN, Wash. I - Wash
ington State's new football coach
Jim Sutherland is expected to look
over a turnout of about 60 players'
Friday at the opening of practice
but there will be only three
seniors
Soriar4fl sophomores will be in
the squad as players are suited
up for the photographers.
"There, isn't a single player
returning who can be assured of
a starting position," Sutherland :
said Thursday. ' I
and 3. Eddie Simmons of Mcdlord, i
who has won this tourney in other
years, defeated Marvin Clark,1
Grants Pass, Ore., 6 and 5.
Two University oj Orecon stu
dents were matched in tiie day's
pairings, and Portland's Bob Nor
quist scored an upset. He elimi
nated, Bob Prall of Salem, 3 and
2. floyd Goetzc. Portland, sur
prised Justin Smith Jr., Medford,
1-up. Smith had been" the second
low qualifier Wednesday.
Another ronfender who lost was
Dr. Bruce Stanley of Medford, dc
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