The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, June 27, 1955, Page 2, Image 2

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    Major League Hurlers Have
Big Day at Plate on Sunday
I'lillrd lrti 8iHrlv Writer
Pitchers in both leagues staged
their own "hitting picnic" Sunday
ami I ho majority of 'em certainly
had their fill at the plate.
(jiiyH like Willard Nixon of the
Hed Sox, Alex Kellner and Ray
Herbert of the Athletics, Vem Law
of the Pirates, Jackie Collum of
American Iiengite
New York 48 2
CTiicaso A'2 24
W. L.
Cleveland 41 29
Detroit 35 31
Boston 36 34
Kansas City
lialtlmore 20 48
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the Redletfs and Ned Garvcr of the
Tigers got in some mighty fine
lU-ks Sunday as hurlers In both cir
cuits slammed a total of 19 hits
and drove in 11 runs.
Nixon exploded a three-run dou
ble fn the seventh inning of the
opener to break a 2-all tie and give
Sowell Garners
High Individual
Honors at Meet
KOUI.DKR, Colo. (UP) Pitts
burgh's Arnio .Sowell, only 20. can
run the half mile faster than any
other American, but he had to run
one second under the world's rec
ord at a mile above sea level to
prove it. t
The young University of Pitts
burgh junior, despite the fact that
the Air Force's Parry O'Brien was
the only double winner, carried off
high individual honors at Tlio. na
tional AAU track and field champi
onships here Saturday. Sowell ran
the 880-yard race so fast ho at
tracted four also-rans over with
him in faster times than had ever
been clocked in an AAU meet
Sowell himself ran the distance
in 1:47.6, a full second under Hie
official world record held jointlv
by Mai Whitfield of the United
mid Ounnar Nielsen of Denmark
Sowell made it clear that he was
the best half-miler in the United
States when Imnie Spurrier of the
Air Force, who has an unofficial
1:47.5 to his credit, ran fifth.
Tom Courtney, Foixlham's NCAA
champion, came in second, and
Hilly Tidwell, of Kniporla State,
pressed Sowell 1o the who after
Spurrier nave up his earlier effort
to keep pace with spriiiKtnR Sowell
who never trailed.
Sowell set his record at an alti
tude of 5,350 feet where the air is
so thin a runner must breathe 20
times harder than at sen level to
Ret the same amount of encry
hurntne; oxygen.
Sowell's victory was hardly a
surprise after colleo and high
school competitors had dominated
most of the 21 events in the two
day meet.
Only seven defending clmmplf.ns
were able to retain their titles un
der the avalanche of exceptional
young talent.
Two American records were es
tablished Harold Connolly's 1W
feet, 8-ineh hammer throw, and a
142-foot, 5Vtnrh effort by Hob
Backus hi the 55-pound shot.
BOULUKR. Vlo. (UP) Ken
Reiser of Oregon, who won the
two - mile steeplechase in the na
tional AAU track and field mer-t
here Saturday night, yesterday
was named ns n member of an
AAU touring truck team.
Reiser dofenhd a strong field
including defending champ Hill
Asheiifcller in the ' steeplechase.
His time was 10:20.7. The team on
which he was named will travel U
Helsinki and tour Norway. Den
mark. Sen) land and Kngland.
.lark Morris. Oregon freshman
from Medford. failed to qualify
the 2'JOyanl low himlle finals in
the second beat. He had placed
third in the first heat.
Jerry Church of Oregon State
tossed the javelin L'.'Mi feel. 8 inches
Friday in the prelims, a distance
good enough for fifth place. His
best throw In the finals Saturday
was J27 feet.
the Red Sox a 5-2 victory over th
White Sox. Boston then went on to
win its 16th game in 20 starts by
taking the second game, 8-2, be
hind Tom Brewer.
Kellner Hurls One Hitler
Kellner not only hurled a one-,
hitter against the Orioles In beat
ing them, 1-0, In the first of two
games, but his second single of thr
contest drove in the only run in the
sixth inning. Herbert drove in two
runs in the nightcap to help thr
Athletics sweep the twin-bill, 5-2,
and hang the seventh straight de
feat on Baltimore. was instrumental in ending
Pittsburgh's six-game losing streak
when he drove in three runs wiih
a home inn and a single to beat
the Cubs, 5-4. But big Bob Rush
gave up only five hits in pitching
the Cubs to a 2-1 triumph in thr
win over the Phils in the finale.
Collum collected two of Cincln
attl's 17 hits while beating Phila
delphia 16-5 in the opener of a
double header ns Cus Bell, Stan
Palys, and Ted Klusewski each
homered, and Art Fowler gnve the
Red Legs a sweep with a five hit,
50. i
Like Collum, Carver also deified
himself to two hits although relief
pitcher Al Aber was credited with
Detroit's 10-inning 6-4 decision over
the Senators. Washington t h e n
snapped a nine-game losing slreal
in the nightcap when Mickey Me
Dermott beat the Tigers, 12-4
while scattering 10 hits.
The Yankees split a douhlehendor
with the Indians, Cleveland win
ning the opener, 5-6. as Karly
Wynn pitched a three-hitler and
Ralph Kiner homered, but losing
the nightcap, 2-0. when Whitey
Ford pitched a four-hitter for New
York. Kven though they split, the
Yankees increased their American
League lead to three games over
the second-place White Sox, who
dropped both of their games after
having won five slcaight.
II raven Shutout Dodgers
Bob Buhl limited the Dodgers to
five hits in pitching the Braves to
a 4-0 victory. Milwaukee broke
scoreless deadlock with a run in
the sixth that was set up by Pee
Wee Reese's error and Ed Math
ews added the clincher when hr
Middlecoff Pockets Open Cosh
Souchak Edged I iuu,0ii pMrr R,,ch Rack
From Camp to Hurl Victory
Nallonnl I.Tngun
W.I.. Pet. (ill
Brooklyn 50 IS .735
Chii'aRO 39 32 ,M9 12'i
Milwaukee 37 31 .544 13
New York 33 36 .478 17' i
Cindnnnli 31 34 .477 17',
SI. Louis 30 36 .4f5 1!)
Philadelphia 30 38 .441 20
PlltsblirKh 22 47 .310 28V4
poled hlx 171 h homer with two on ill
the eighth. K(l Roebuck, who re
lieved Hums Meyer in the fifth lifter
the Doduer stnrter wns injured in
collision at first base, was the
The CiinlinnlH trounced the
Giants in both ends of a double-
deader, 9-2 and 7-2. ami loft the
world champions 17'a caines off
the pace, only one percentage point
ihead of the filth-place tedious
Southpaw Harvey lladdix beat the
Giants for the first time this sea
son in (he opener despite homers
by Whitey Lockman and Don Muel
ler. Larry Jackson was the winner
n the second Kame nlthoiicjl lie
needed relief in the seventh, a
Irame in which Lookmnn hit his
second homer ot the nay. Man
Musial smashed his 1 tilt homer in
the opener off loser Johnny Allto
nelli while Hed Scboendienst and
Hill Virdnn each homcm! for St
Uniis In the niKhtriip.
In Final Round
ORTI.AND, Ore. (UP) Mas
ters champ Dr. Cory Middlecoff
has added another national golf
title to his bag of victories the
hard way.
Middlecoff, off the early pace
setters in the $15,000 Western Open
here, fjred a brilliant six under par
a on the next to the last nine and
record Heine 63 on the final round
to edge Mike Souchak of Durham,
N. C, in a thrilling stretch duel.
The popular Kiamcsha Lake, N.
Y., golfer, top professional money
winner this season, compiled a ten
undiw par 272 to take $2400 in prize
His nine under par 63 on the last
round, put together with nine
birdies, lied the Portland golf
course record set by Ben Hogan in
1945 in the Portland Open and Jim
Ferrier In the 1946 National PGA
Souchak and Gene Littler, of
Palm Springs, Calif., each needed
birdies on the last three holes to
tie Middlecoff.
Liltter came in with a 67 final
Drain, Coquille
Knotted for Top
Spot 'in League
Southern Oregon Standing
W Iet.
Drain 6 2 .750
Loqume 6 2
Bend 3 3
The Bend Bulletin, Monday, June 27, 1955
POltTl.ANIl (UP) Dr. Ilf.y'iiallen, recently appointed pres
cient of Oregon College of Kduca !
ion al M u n in o u I h, today was;
ironed as president of the Oregon,
llleyiMe athletic ronferenee.
Dr. l.ietinllcn succeeds Ir. Ste
ven Kpler, former dim-tor of the
day division at Portland Stale Col
h'i;e. Dr. KpliT has resinned to
take a new position in California.
Other officers, Heeled al a con
ferenee meeting here. Include Dr
Frank Mennelt of K:t stern Oregon,
vice - president, and Dr. Kohert
1 .ivingslon of Oregon College of
Kdirralion, secretary.
Western Open champion
round to tie Bob Rosburg of San
Francisco at 275 and split $J600
ench in third place money - win
Sam Snead, pro-tournament fa
vorite shot a two over 74 and fin
ished far hack with a 283 in a six
way tie for seventh place.
Billy Maxwell, the lifL National
Amateur champion from Odessa.
Tex., who held a one stroke lead at
the half way mark -slipped into
three way fifth place tie at '2HQ with
Marty Furgol of. Lomont, III., and
Ralph Bloniquist of Glendale, Calif
nrd of Vancouver, B.C. shot a Bit
yesterday to wind up with a '2X2
nnd lead Northwest entries In the
Western Open golf tournament. He
wns 10 strokes off the winning
pace of Cnry Middlecoff.
Ieonard won SfrfX).
Bob McKendrick of Oswego,
Ore, nnd Joe CJreer of Yakima,
Wash., were next in line with 2K6.
Ken Towns of Kort Lewis, Wash.,
and Al Mengert of Sjiokano shot
Other Northwest scores Included:
Ocky Kliason, Tacoma, 2!1: Carl
Johnson. Seattle amateur, 291; Kd-
dir I'ogan, Portland, 292; Krv
Parent. Seattle amateur, 292; Dick
Yost, Portland amateur. 202; Hill
Mawhinney, Vancouver, B.C., 293;
Bob Duden, Portland, 293; Humid
West. Kugenc, 294.
Hob Stafford, Portland amateur.
L'9r; Leo Oaulocher, Olympia, 29R:
Dave Killcn. Portland. 297; Al
Kehlman. Tacoma, 29S; Ijirry
Ijiniherger, Portland, 299; Dick
Hancn, Cons Bay amateur. 307);
George Becchler, Ontario amateur,
Jackson Picked
To Beat Slade
In Fight Tonight
(Hucricane) Jackson, young heavy
weight contender of Far Rockaway
N. Y., is favored at 13-5 to get re
venge on veteran Jimmy Slade of
New York in their return television
10-rounder tonight at St. Nicholas
Speedy, light-punching Slade a
"sjHaler" won an upset decision
over the youngster with the goofy
style on April 26. 1954. At that
lime Jackson was being hailed as
a possible title challenger.
Jackson, 23, is favored to win to
night because he apparently im
proved since their first tilt. He has
winning streak of five. Mean
while Slade, 28, lost four of his last
five bouts. Jackson's last defeat
was on a kayo by Nino Valdes
July 14.
Tonight's bout will be televised
over a DuMont network at 10 p.m.
Trabert Facing
Top-seeded Tony Trabert, easy but
unimpressive winner of all his
matches so far, ran up against his
htedon tennis championships today
first stiff assignment in the Wim
when he met defending champion
Jaroslav Drobny In the quarter
Former Wimbledon champion
Budge Palfy of Los Angeles, the
only other surviving American
men's singles, was an underdog In
his quart er-final against blond Lew
Hoad of Australia.
In the other quarter-finals, sec
ond-sccded Ken Rosewall of Aus
tralia met eighth-seeded Sven Da-J
vidson of Sweden and unseeded
Kurt Nielsen of Denmark faced un
seeded Nicola Pietmngcli of Italy.
In women's singles, five of the
eight berths in the quarter finals
ilready have been filled, four of
them by American girls. The other
three berths will be filled as a re
sult of matches scheduled today.
one of them Involving an Ameri
can. Third-seeded Mrs: Beverly Baker
Fleitz of Long Beach. Calif., faced
Susan Chatricr of France. The oth
er matches sent seventh - seeded
Beryl Penrose of Australia against
Hazel Rcdiek-Smith of South Af
rica, and Christ iane Mcrcclis of
Belgium against Suzy Kormoczy of
Already In the quarter finals are
p-seeded Doris Hart of Miami.
Fla.. second-seeded lionise Brough
I Beverly Hills. Calif., fifth-seeded
Mrs. Dorothy Knode of Alameda,
Calif., sixth-seeded Darlene Hani
of Mnntehcllo, Calif., and cighlh
secded Angela Buxton of Britain.
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Pend Nine
Edged, 6 to 5,
On Saturday
Medford Cheney Studs exploded
for three runs in the last inning
to come from behind and nudge
the Bend Loggers, 6 to 5, in a
Southern Oregon league baseball
game at Medford Saturday.
Southpaw Jim Duff was nursing
a 5-3 lead as the fatal inning
opened, but Chuck DeAutremont
gained life on an error and Terry
Maddox doubled him home. Then
Manager Paul Gehrman,came in
to relieve Duff.
Derald Wooten dumped a sac
rifice down the first base line, and
was safe as Phil Jantze overran
the ball attempting to catch Mad
dox going into third. Jack Cooney
then ended the game as he poked
out a triple, his third hit of the
evening, to score both runners
Bend jumped to a 1-0 lead
the first inning asi Twink Pederson
walked, was sacrificed to second
and raced home on Phil Jante's
Medford knotted the count in the
second on singles hy Jack Fas
sett, Bill McLean and Ed McCul
lough, and went ahend in the
fourth on singles by Cooney, Ho
ward Morris and McCullough.
The Loggers regained the lead
in the sixth. Tommy Hunt, and
P'lil Jantze walked, Curt Jantze
singled. Jack Lutz walked, Dan
Loveioy sintrled, and Morrie Rns
mussen walked, forcing in the
third run. Then with the bas"s
still jammed and only one out.
Wooten settled down and struck
out Duff and Pederson.
Bend picked up ils last tally m
the seventh on singles by .Tommy
Towcn and Phil Jantze. Phil w.s
the onlv Ioycrr to collect two
safeties off Wooten. back in semi
nro hall after a stint with Cedar
Rapids, Ih., of the Three I leagu
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Hunt, m
P. Jantze,
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Lutz. 1
Ixivejoy. c
Rnsmussen. 3
Duff, p
Gehrman, p
McCullough, 3
Selsor, s
Maddox, r
Woolen, p
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Fassct, 2
McLean, 1 ...
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i-i ct.,t.'o li'n Pfarvp!the firs! innini?. From then on it
was the hero Sunday as the Bend! was a 1-0 game until the seventh (Medford 4 6
Loggers blanked Medford Cheney
Studs. 3 to 0. to climb into undis-
puted third place in the Southern I
Oregon league baseball race. The
6-foot 1-inch righthander stopped I
Medford with seven hits as hei
pitched the first Bend shutout of
the year. Pearce bested Terry
Maddox. University of Oregon
ace in a tight mound duel. Both
sophomores compiled sparkling 6
won and 0-lost records in collegi
ate competition this spring.
It was an iron-man performance
for Pearce. After finishing Nation
al guard training at Ft. Lewis,
Wash., Saturday afternoon he
drove to Salem where he spent a
few hours with his folks. Then he
drove all the way to Medford ar
riving Sunday morning at 7 a.m.
After four hours sleep, he ex
changed his fatigues and boots for
a Logger uniform and spikes and
administered the whitewashing.
Twink Pederson led off with a
double, his first of three hits, and
Phil Jantze singled him home in
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Berg Chalks Up
Golf Triumph
when the Loggers added two more Grants Pass 4 6
runs. . Rnscburg 3 5
Dan Lovejoy gained life on a
.Medford miscue and Chuck Chris-
lensen was sate on a neiaer s
choice. After Pearce's
fly, Pederson singled both runners
home. Tommy Bowen followed
with another single, but the rally
died as Maddox bore down.
"After giving up five hits, in the
first three frames, Pearce warmed
up and became practically un
touchable. Medford only got two
singles over the last six frames
and no Cheney player got more
than one hit. Pearce struck out
the side in the eighth, and relired
the Studs in 1-2-3 order in the
Pearce had the Studs beating
the ball into the ground as there
were only three outfield flies. He
only walked four.
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Hunt, m
P. Jantze, II
C. Jantze, r
Stoit, 1
Lovejoy. c ..
Pearce. p
McCulluwh, 3
Selsor. S
Maddox, p
Cooney, lb ...
McLean 1
Fassett, 2
Wooten, r
Manr"r, c ...
splice I burg this week end to mjve up
land share first p'.ic? with idle
Coquille. Third rl".e Uend. at ,.r)00,
is the only ot'.v team in position
to challenge.
Dick Weaver and Jerry Bartow
shared hurling duties Saturday
night as Drain won, 10-9. Jerry
Cade and Bob .Diller combined for
a four hitter Sunday as the Black
Sox edged Roseburg, 3-2. South
paw Don White was tagged with
both losses. . '
Grants Pass Elks squeezed by
Bandon, 3 to 2, Saturday night
and then came back Sunday to
capture a slugfest, 13 - 10. Jack
Luvrich twirled a nifty four-hitter.'
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4 110 Cade,Diller 6. and Beard.
3 0 7 1 Bandon 000 200 000-2 4 0
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DAYTON. Ohio (UP) Andy Lin
den of Manhattan Beach, Calif.,
won the AAA spring car race Sun
day at the Dayton Speedway. Jer-i-y
Hoyt of Indianapolis, Ind., fin
ished second.
Salem Catapults Into First Place
The Salem Senators got a win
in Northwest League baseball play
Sunday and catapulted themselves'
into first place in league standings.
The Senators downed Lewiston's
Broncs, f-6, in what was to have
been the opener of a double
header. Previously league-leading
Wena tehee, at the same time, was
losing two games to the Tri-Cityl
iiiaves by scores of 3-2 and .1-1.
MADISON, Wis. (UP) Patty) In the third contest of the!
Berg, a 37-year-oliI redhead who league, the Eugene Emeralds and:
Yakima Rears divider! a doubie-
header, Eugene taking the
oamn. li :mr1 V:ikim tvinnimi
women's Western Open crown to-,,jlc. strnnrt 4.3
has boon a goli" professional for 15
years, held an unprecedented fifth'
Salem eked out its win on the
strength of two runs in the fifth
imiing. Floyd Robinson singled
ani Vent to third on Gene Ta
selli's double. Bill Shields then
smashed out a line drive single
which scored both runners for all
the runs the Senators needed to
win the game.
In the first game, the teams
were tied at 2-all going into the
sixth. But t!:en Bergan singled for
Tri-City and scored later on a
first sacrifice fly.
day, and she said "it's a pretty
good feeling when you're racing the
Miss Berg, who earlier this year
1 0 1 I'won the title holders tournament
4 3 7 2 1 'he sixth time, matched par of
3 1 '2 :!292 for 72 holes at Maple Bluff
3 13 0
3 1 It 0
1 n 0 n
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out when winning run
. ion 003 100 r
. 010 100 103-ti
Country Club to win the Women's
Western hy two strokes over Louise
Suggs. Sea Island, Ga., and Eay
Crocker. Montevideo, Uruguay.
Miss Suggs and Mrs. Babe Did
rickson Zaharias in the past have
won four Western Opens each and
until Miss Berg's par 73 finish Sun
day shared that honor with her.
Krequent sprinkles caused delay 1
throughout the opener at Lewistonj
nnd, by the time the game w as I
over, officials decided the grounds!
were too wet for the scheduled
nightcap. I
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