The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, May 20, 1955, Page 2, Image 2

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    Portland Again
Shades Seattle
h Coast Play
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"United Frew Sports Writer ;
'San '.Diego's " rollicking Padres
swept past Sacramento, 12-4, last;
night and extended their lead In-
games. ..: i
The Pads bludgeoned five Solon
pitchers for 17 hits in registering
. t&lr sixth straight victory. They
have won 16 of their last 17
games
ligthander- Cal McLish (3-3)
wgnt. the route in Sacramento,
saving up eight hits. He also hit
a-baBos-empty homer in the sev
enth to touch off a six-run rally,
Qther heavy hitters for the Pa
dres were Ed Bailey, new catch
er who belted his third home run,
a double and a single for three
runs batted in; Milt Smith, who
had two doubles and a single, and
Dick Sisler, who drove in five
runs with a pair of singles and a
sacrifice fly.
'," A Little Help
Portland and San Francisco
helped San Diego in Its drive for
its' second straight pennant by
knocking over runners up Seattle
and Los Angeles. The Bevos
tripped second place Seattle, 4-1,
and the Seals buried the Angels,
17-1, in the most lop-sided game
01 me season.
' Jim Marshall's grand- slam
homer helped Oakland defeat Hoi
lywood,, 7-5, in the other PCL
game.
In Seattle, winner Bill Werle
(4-1) and Vic Lombard! (4-3)
dueled until the seventh inning
when Portland scored three times
on-singles .by Dick Whitman, Jim
Robertson and Ed Mickelson, a
wftlk and Gene Verble's error.
Whitman, the league's leading
hitter, .also singled in a run in the
eighth to lift his average to .383.
He hag hit safely in 23 consecu
tive games.
-San Francisco broke loose for
20 hits while Maurice Fisher (1-1)
and Don Fracohia held the Angels
to four safeties. Fisher retired
arier live innings with a sore
arm, '
Moran Hitting
The usually light hittine Jim
Moran paced the Seal hitters with
five singles in Bix trips and vet
eran ' Walt Judnich cracked
hWhcr,ra triple and a single. Ted
rseara also homered for the Seals
John Pyecha (0-2) failed to last
put the first inning as the Seals
scored twice.
oiarsnau, wno won the game
ro Oakland Wednesday night
with a three-run homer, gave
iiector (Skinny) Brown a 4-1 mar
gin In the third. Inning in Holly,
wood with a bases-loaded four-
pa gger.
; Brown, making his" PCL debut
Since coming from the Red Sox.
gave up nine hits, three of them
. In the ninth when the Stars fai
red for tree runs. The rally end
ed when R. C. Stevens was thrown
CUt at third trvintr In rtroteh n
youble at Manager Bobby Bra-
gan s nenest.
; Cholly Naranjo (2-7) was the
loser.
. .
i - The UnMcws
San Diego 020 100 63012 17 4
Sacramento 000 100 710 4 8 3
McLish (3-3) and Bailey; Daley,
Brazle (7), Candlnl (7), Cere
gblno (8), Johnson (8) and Sheely.
Portland 000 000 3104 7 0
Seattle 001 000 0001 7 2
Werle (4-1) and Robertson;
Lombardi, Judson (S) and Gins
perg.
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Lm Angeles . 010 000 000 1 4 0
San Fran 201 507 20x 17 20 0
I Pyecha, Elslon , Kuncl (41,
Sick (4), Stoddard (8) and Fan
4mg; Fisher, Fracchia (6) and
Ritchey.
Oakland 004 100 011-7 7
Hollywood . ' 100 000 1035 9
; Brown (14)) and Swift, Nonl
W; Naranjo, Tremble (6), Witt
(8), O'Donncll (9) and Hall.
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4 CORVALUS (UP) Clark Jun-
ior College won its second base
ball game in a row from the Ore
gon State Rnoks yesterday, 6-?.
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The Bend Bulletin, Friday, May 20, 1955
Young Herb Score Can Quit
Worrying He's Got It Made
By OSCAR FRALEY
United Press Sports . Writer
NEW YORK (UP) Young Herb!
Score can stop worrying today.
The 21-year-old rookie southpaw
ol the Cleveland Indians admits
that he is a steady "worrier."
When things go wrong it gets so
bad that he can t sleep.
But there Is enough evidence in
the record books by now to Indi
cate fully that as a big league
pitcher he has "got it made.
So, too, apparently, have the In
dians. For when you toss the gang
ling "new Lety Grove" onto a
staff which includes such as Bob
Lemon, Mike Garcia, Early Wynn,
Bob Feller, Art Houtteman. et al,
even the hopeful New York Yan
kees must admit that the front
running Tribe is going to be haid
to catch.
Of course the Indians have a
long way to go. Yet their rebound
from the moral-crushing disaster
of the World Series with the Giants
seems to indicate a revitalized abi
lity to go all the way once again.
Score is one of the reasons.
Threatened By Wlldnms
Still, despite his spring buildup,
the modest Floridan had to prove
himself.' Like most left hantlcrs,
he was threatened by wildness. It
Is a - weakness which has kept
many a potential star out of the
majors and has forced others com
pletely out of baseball.
Even after his first three starts
as a major leaguer, the freckle
faced young man was a question
mark. He won his opener against
Detroit with a seven-hitter but
while striking out nine he issued
that many walks, too. Cleveland's
hitters got him ott the hook the
next Ume as he gave up nine hits
in eight innings. But in his third
assignment Detroit pinned him in
defeat as he allowed six hits in
six innings.
but the four starts he has made
since then indicate fully that Art
Nehf, a hurling star of the Mc
Grow Giants, may have called the
turn when he labeled Score "the
greatest young southpaw sine.
Lefty Grove."
Because in those four games
young Herb spun a pair of three-
hitters und n four-hitler and cer
tainly didn't deserve defeat in the
THERE! LET . .
BIG LEAGUE WAY
JIM
other as he allowed only two hits
in six innings.
Starts Proving Himself
He started proving himself
against the Red Sox with a four-
hit performance, becoming' the
third man in 16 years to strike
out 16 men in a game. But more
important, to himself, he walked
only four men. Next came a three
hitter against Kansas City in which
he fanned 10 and walked six.
Cleveland couldn't get him any
runs in that six-inning two-hit job
he lost and he scored his fourth
triumph of the season with his
three-hitter against Boston in that
19-0 debae'e.
Against Washington he walked
only five and aRainst Boston in
that last one only three. Proving
that his control is getting ever
sharper and, hence, he will be
ever tougher to beat.
As of now he has pitched 56
innings. His 66 strikeouts are eye
popping but even more pleasing to
the Indinns nr" the low, for him,
total of 36 bases on balls.
There was some off-season criti
cism of the Indians "stand pat"
oollcy after their humiliation in
the World Series. But now it be
dins to appear that all the time
they well knew the score. Herb,
that is.
Standings
I'm Hie Coast league
W 1, I'ct. GB
San Diego 2S 16 .636
Seattle 25 20 .556 3i
Los Angeles 24 20 .545 4
Portland 20 20 .500 6
Oakland 20 22 .476 7
San Francisco 20 23 .465 7'i
Sacramento 19 24 .442 8's
Hollywood ' 16 27 .372 ll'
Thursday's Results
San Francisco 17 Los Angeles 1
San Diego 12 Sacramento 4 ,
Portland 4 Seattle 1
Oakland 7 Hollywood 5
llow Series Stand
Sa'n Francisco 2 Los Angeles 1
San Diego 3 Sacramento 0
Portland 2 Seattle 1
Oakland 2 Hollywood 1
Friday's ProbaMr Pitchers
lxw Angeles (George piktuzi!
33) at San
B'ackwell 00
5-OK
Francisco ( F.well
or Gene Benrden
Oakland (Bob Cain 3-2) nt Hol
lywood (Cal llogue 0-0.
Portland iRoyre Lint 1-2) at Se
attic (Ryne Duron l-l.
San Diego (John Cnrmirnnel
3-D at Sacramento (John Briggs
1-3).
Teams Vie For
Tourney Berths
By UNITED PRESS
Four stifle class A hich school
baseball tournament berth were
! to he determined today while two
, of them were filled yesterday,
j Cloveln.Td and Columbia Prep
' nailed downspots In next week's
tourney at Albany. Cleveland
edged Tnlt 3-2 and Columbia Prep
downed Grant of Portland 31.
The four lop games today
matched Central Catholic ni.d
Ranks: Oregon City and Mt. Angel;
Springfield and Willamette nud
Prineville and Albany.
Salem Aces Out
TriCity 14-11
By UNITED PRESS
Big scores and big innings
featured last night's Northwest
League games as Wenatchee took
Lewiston 18-7, Salem nicked Tri
City 14-11 and Yakima defeated
Spokane 10-5.
Salem made the best use of the
big-inning technique, scoring nine
runs In the fifth to overcome an
8-0 Tri-City lead. The Senators
went on to take the Braves and
move into second place in the
seven-team circuit.
Singles by Dan Frallcy, Dick
Traversi, Ron King, Bill Shields,
Floyd Robinson and Gene Tanselli
along with an error and a double
by Frailey accounted for the runs.
Wenatchee pounded out 19 hits
to swamp Lewiston. Bob Roberts,
Wenatchee hurler who doubled in
left .field Inst night, homered 'n
the third with one aboard. Hillis
Layne, Lewiston manager clouted
one-run homers in both the fifth
and seventh innings.
Yakima got five runs in the first
frame on five walks and a two-run
single by Gene Jacobs., Hcrm
Lewis and Dennis Luby each hit
homers for the Bears with the
bases empty.
P0RT5MANS
BEGINNER-TIPS IN
USING DRY FLIES
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Upstream dry-fly fishing is
easiest. approach each loca
tion from directly below, so
fly and line drop in same
speed lane of the current,
thus, fly and line drift back
WITH NO UNNATURAL DRAG op
fly while you collect line,
it's easy on slow, flat wa
ters, to fish around rocks
in swift current (above),
drop flv in swift edge sur
rounding slow area. work up
stream from spot to spot. a
lon& cast isn't necessary.
In current-free lakeSj sim
ply CAST TO RISES, ETC.
Pitchers Named
By Coach Kirsch
EUGENE (UP) Coach Don
Kirsch named Terry Maddox and
Bill Blodgctt to pitch against Ore
gon State today as Oregon sought
its third straight Northern Division
baseball crown.
Oregon needs only' B split in the
home-and home series against the
Beavers to take the flag.
IX SCOTLAND
ST. ANDREWS. Scotland (UPl
Bruce Cudd of Portland shot a
final practice round of 74 yester
day in preparation'for the Walker
his hometown teammate on the
U. S. team, played only a few hoks
vosterday.
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Giants Rack Up
One-Run Victory
Over Milwaukee
By FRED DOWN
They say the mark of a cham
pion is the ability to win the dose
ones and that's exactly what
Jim Hearn and the . New York
Giants are doing.
They did it again Thursday with
a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee
Braves that gave the Giants a
brilliant 7-1 record in games de
cided by one run. That mark is by
far the best in the National League
and is challenged in the majois
only by the Cleveland Indians' 5-1
record.
It was the second one-run ver
dict of the season for Hearn, the
team's No. 1 disappointment last
year but the first N.L. pitcher to
record his sixth victory this year.
Hearn yielded 10 hits but walked
only one batter and struck out six.
He's beaten every team in the
league except the Chicago Cubs.
Cardinals Second
The St. Louis Cardinals' are sec
ond to the Giants in the N.L. as
far as one-run decisions are co:i
cerned with a 7-4 record. The first
place Brooklyn Dodgers rank third
with a 6-4 mark followed by the
Cubs' 5-6, the Cincinnati Redlegs'
4-5, the Braves' 5-7, the Pittsburgh
Pirates' 3-5 and the Philadelphia
Phillies' 3-8.
In the American League, the
Kansas City Athletics rank second
to the Indians with a 6-2 record
in one-run decisions and the Bos
ton Red Sox are next with 6-4.
The Chicago White Sox are 4-4,
the New York Yankees 2-3, the
Baltimore Orioles 4-6, the Detroit
Tigers 3-6 and the Washington Sen
ators 4-8.
The triumph left the Giants 'PA
games behind Brooklyn but en
abled them to complete their first
invasion of the West with a credit
able 6-3 showing. The Dodgers,
iriearwhile, came home with a 4-5
slate for their trip and a tidy little
three-game losing streak.
In short, there was solid reason
for believing today that the league
has shaken itself down and that
there'll be a race after all.
Mueller Raises Average
Don Mueller raised his league-
leading batting average to .403 by
collecting three of the Giants' nine
hits and delivering in both their
scoring innings. He singled and
scored the Giants' first run in the
fourth and doubled home the ty
ing run in the fifth. A few moments
later Willie Mays' sacrifice fly tal
lied Alvin Dark with the winning
run.
Hank Aaron hit his eighth .homer
of the year for the Braves and
Danny O'Connell contributed four
hits to their 10-blow output. Mil
waukee Manager Charley Grimm
was ejected from the game by
Umpire Augie Donatclli for argu
ing over a play at third base in
the sixth inning.
The contest was the only action
of the day or night in the majots
but all the teams resume tonigm.
Standings
Major League Results
By UNITED PRESS
National Ix-nnne
New York 000 120 000 3 9 0
Milwaukee 010 100 000 2 10 0
Hearn (6-2) and Katt. Westrum
(9). Johnson, Robinson (51, Buhl
(71 and Crandall. Losing pitcher
Johnson (1-2).
(Only game scheduled)
American league
(No games scheduled)
Nassau Tourney
Winners Told
Winners of the Nassau tourna
ment held by Women's Golf club
members Wednesday were Mrs
R. P. Robinson, who turned in the
best 18-hole net. and Mrs. Mel
Raper. best first nine. Mrs. E. C.
Sullivan turned in the second best
score in nine-hole.
There was a three - way tie
among the nine hole players, with
Mrs. Phil F. Brogan. Mrs. George
P. Gove and Mrs. Frank H. Log
gan as the winners.
On Wednesday of next week,
women golfers from Redmond and
Prineville will be gues's of the
Bend group for golf and a lunch
eon. Play will startat 9 a.m. II
will be a medal-play tournament
Following the luncheon Wednes
day, a group of IS golfers from
the Bend club left for Klamath
Falls to play in the Wi'.lamette
Valley Sonthem Oregon tounia
ment, first of the season.
Mrs. A. C. Stipe, Bend, is presi
dent of the WV-SO group.
Lava Bears
Winding Up
Ball Season
The Medford high school BlacW
rornadoes were to meet Bend this
afternoon in a doubleheader on
the Bend Municipal diamond at 2
OCIOCK.
The contest was only tentatively
slated until late this week due to
the district play-offs in which Med
ford was taking part
These win be the last games of
me season for both squads.
The local squad sould be at I
shape for this afternoon's contests
after being idle for the past week.
All of the Bruin hurlers will be
ready for duty and the first match
will probably see Bob Bonsell on
(he hill for the locals. Either Den
ny Lena burg or Ron Anderson will
throw during the second contest.
A tentative line-up for the Bend
nine will put Anderson at first,
Lenaburg and Ralph Tollen at the
other two bags and Copenhaver in
the short stop berth. Ronnie Ras-
mussen, Jim Crowell, and Gary
Gentry will complete the outfield,
whHe Bob Bonsell and Earl Corkett
will probably round out the squad,
squad as battery mates.
The first game is set for seven
innings while the following game
should run only five frames.
Entries Pour In
For Road-e-o
Special to The Bulletin
MADRAS Entries for the Teen
age Road-e-o, planned at the Mad
ras Fairgrounds, Saturday morn
ing and afternoon, have been com
ing in steadily, and at last report.
25 entry blanks had been turned in.
It is not too late to sign up for
the driving event, according to
Jack Pegg, chairman for the
event, which is being sponsored by
the Jefferson County Junior Cham
ber of Commerce, but all applica
tions must be in by Friday.
Applications may be obtained
from and returned to county high
schools, Thomas Sales and Serv
ice, Madras Main Street Garage,
or Griffith Motor, company.
The winner will receive a
plaque, a trip to Portland to com
pete on a state level, and first
choice of six donated prizes. The
competition is open to all over 16
who will not reach their twentieth
birthday by July 29. A valid driv
er's license or learner's permit is
required.
The written part of the compe
tition will begin at the fairgrounds
at 10:30 a.m., and will be admin
istered by local Jaycees and Jay-
cettcs.
At 1:30 p.m., the driving course
examination will begin, with tests
divided into four categories. Test
divisions, with judges of each, are:
Straight line drive, Al Dent,
Madras chief of police; serpentine,
Harold R. Engblom, state patrol
man; stopping smoothly, James
Cummerfield. Jefferson county
hcriff; and parallel parking.
Keith Ombaum, Madras patrol
man.
Jaycees taking part include:
Pegg, chairman; Marvin Dee,
raiWity and iuritrng: Gerry Eby.
Willis Freeman, J. N. Dana, and
Darrell Maxwell, grounds and
equipment; Bruce Nicholcs, course
director; and Vcrn Campbell, Phil
Clowers. Charles Olson, and Lar
ry Christian, assistant judges.
Shooters Plan
Summer Program
Swial to The Bulletin
MADRAS A summer program,
ooen to seventh and eighth grade
boys and girls, is planned by back
ers of Mount Jefferson Rifle and
Pistol club, junior division.
As many as 12 youngsters will
be allowed to shoot with the group, i
sponsored by the senior club and
John Sloss Post No. 125, Ameri
can Legion, through summer
months.
Those interested are asked to
come to club headquarters, Le
gion hall. Madras Airbase, Wed
nesday, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. All
must have written permission from
their parents, according to John T.
Chinnock, custodian of club re
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Hunting
By VIRGIL RUPP
"Fishing has never been bet
ter, " said a spokesman for Odell
lake resort in a telephone report
to The Bulletin Thursday.
The fishing is as good as it was
two years ago and "limits are be
ing taken by everyone who goes
out."
Kokanee bluehacks and
rainbows are being taken on spin
ners, worms and small flatfish.
Orange black-spotted plugs sem to
be the best color.
Fourteen to - 20 inch rainbows
ranging up to 3 pounds are being
caught. The rainbows "are the
best we've ever seen here," said
the spokesman.
A -few small lake trout have
been taken, too.
He said the excellent weather of
the past few days Is probably re
sponsible for the good fishing. Last
weeked high v winds kept fisher
men off the lake. .
Chubs have moved in by the
BRANCHING OUT
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West Germany's Lufthansa Air
line, which inaugurated its Euro
pean service this week and will
fly to New York next month, is
planning services to South America
and the Middle East in 1956, it
was announced today.
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& Fishing
dam at Wickiup. One fisher rec- -ommends
trying a pearl wobbler to
tease fish feeding on these chubs.
Gordon Prater of Cres.-ent has
had excellent luck in Wickhip.
Among other fish he has landed
four big browns with weights of 5
lbs. 8 oz., 6 lia. 15 u., 13 lbs. 4
oz., and a real whopper of 15 lbs.
3 oz.
He has been using spinning
tackle with fluorescent flash baits
and streamer flies.
Tuesday a 27-pound Dolly Var
den was caught in Wickiup.
The Little Deschutes is low and
fishermen have had good luck.
The Deschutes above Bend is
still higher than it ws opening
day but the state game commis
sion says angling c..)Uitions are
good.
From Bend to tlx .noum oi ine
Crooked River the Deschutes, is
low and fishing has been good.
The Crooked river is murky in
the Cove area but bait fishing has
been good.
Metolius river fly fishing has
been good the past week.
SiiIUb lake has been eood for
kokanee and rainbow and the Och-.
oco reservoir has produced some
good catches on troll ana nan, re
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With only a week to go till May
28. oDenins dav of the lakes. Paul
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