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Special to Tht Bulletin
THE DALLES - Bend had the
edge in the western subdistrict Intel-mountain
Conference meet
here last weekend, qualifying 14
men in 20 events and edging Red
mond in team competition 82-67.
But Uie Bruins' brightest hope
for a big win in the state meet
burned out when star sprinter
Dave Fletcher, injured in the May
5 Bend Bulletin Invitational, fail
ed to qualify in Uie 100-yard dash
and didn't even go in the 220.
Fletcher, who ran a pair of 9.9
second 100-yard dashes this
spring, along with several lo-flat
races, also holds the fastest time
in the 220 in state competition
this spring. But he won't get to
go in either one at the district
meet unless Bend High coach
Hoot Moore can get a favorable
okay from the OSAA.
Instead, Fletcher, just barely
able to stride here Saturday, fi
rT sTTTS 'r .- V T kITTI
(feet M"i Sra . . . NT j'f 1 '
I., .I, . nV-f s 4 . " tr?v -r'Uji-"' -.
FATHER, SON CHAT Bill Bauer, left, coach of Bend High baseball team, chats with
father Wayne, coach of Oregon City nine. Bend won both gamei Saturday 5-2 and 7-6
the latter game In nine innings.
line scores
Major League Results
By United Press International
American League
Washington 000 000 020 2 6 0
BalUmore 200 000 001 3 5 0
Rudolph, Kutyna (8) and Ret
zer. Fisher, Wilhclm (8) and Tri
nndos. Winner Wilhelm (1-1).
Loser Kutyna (0-31. HR B. Rob
'nson, Piersall, E. Robinson.
Boston 001 102 010- 5 12 0
Detroit 020 031 OOx 6 4 2
Cisco. Fornieles 6, Radatz (8
and Pagliaroni. Regan, Aguirre
(81 and Brown. Winner Regan
(3-2). Loser Cisco (3-2. HR
Brown 2, Yastrzemski, Schilling,
Kansas City 002 001 000 3 8 0
Minnesota 000 113 41x 10 11 0
Bass, Grim 16). Pfister (7),
Segui (8) and Sullivan. Bonikow
ski (3-1) and Battey. Loser Bass
10-5). HRs Howser, Allen, Power.
First Game
New York 011 001 001 4 5 1
Cleveland 300 010 02x 6 11 1
Ford, Coatcs 8 and Blanchard.
Donovan 6-0i and Romano. Los
er Ford (3-2i. HR Romano,
Blanchard, B 0 y e r, Essegian,
Second Game
New York 202 100 000- 5 8 2
Cleveland (KM) 313 Olx 8 13 0
Bouton. Sheldon (4, Turley (6)
and Howard. Bell, Latman '3.
Allen (7) and Romano. Winner
LaUnan 1-3 - Loser Sheldon li
lt. HRs Pcpitone, Kindall, Fran
cuiia. Chicago 100 004 07315 16 0
Los Angeles 000 010 410- 6 10 4
Buzha- " "!aiini (7, Kemmerer
(8'. Fisher (81 and Carreon. Grba,
Duren 18. Fowler 18', spring
Morgan (8) and Rodgcrs. Winner 1
Zanni (2-0). Loser Duren u-j.
National League
First Game
Philadelphia 020 100 040- 7 10 1
Chicago 020 010 30C- 8 13 1
Owens. Green '7), Baldschun
im and Dalrvmnle. White 8',
Oldis (9'. CardweU. Elston (8.
Schultz i9' and Barragan. Thack-
er (9'. Winner bcnunz '.-i'. iw
cr-Baldschun l-3'
Williams, Altman.
, HR Klaus.
Second Game
Philadelphia 210 OH 01'
1 12 :
201 111 -'Ox 8 10 0
Short. Lake '6'. Miwvan '
and Oldis, Dalrymple (6). Brew
er. Schultz '2'. Anderson (6 and
Rarracan. Winner Schultz (3-D.
LoserShort 1-2'. HRs Savage,
Banks, Iluhbs. Taylor, Altman.
San Francisco OOO 014 011- 7 13 0
Hrtiston 000 ono om- 2 1
Sanford '4-2' and llaller. John
sin. Giusti 17' and Smith. Loser
-Johnson (3). HR Pagan.
edge Cats in qualifying test
nally qualified with a fourth place i
in the 440. But he has one of the
better times in the state in this I
event this year (51 seconds flat), I
and, providing he can shake the
injury to his right leg, could be
raring to go in that event come
time for the state meet May 25-26
at Corvallis.
"We're hoping we can get an
okay for him to run the 100 in
Uie district meet next Saturday
at The Dalles." Moore said. "But
regardless he can make one
fine quarter mile, providing he
can get in shape."
Fletcher suffered his injury
while six yards ahead half way
through a 100-meter prelim in the
Invitational May 5. At the time,
it was hoped he was merely the
victim of a muscle cramp, but
apparently the injury was worse
than that. He gave it a try in
the 100 prelim Saturday, but
Beat Oregon Ciy
Bruins end season
with pair of wins
The Bend Bruins wound up Uie dcrwood.
1962 prep baseball season wiUi ai Fight All the Way
double win over Oregon City here ! The second game was a fight
Saturday night, 5-2 and 7-6. The
latter game went nine innings be-
fore Bend decided it with one out
in the bottom of Uie ninUi.
Senior Mike Genua paced the
Bruins in Uie 5-2 first win wiUi
two singles in Uiree trips.
Bend got only five hits off Ore
gon City pitcher GctUe, but was
aided by seven walks.
Meanwhile, Gary Hsugen lim
ited Oregon City to six hits.
Kurt Larson batted in two runs
in Uie frist frame and anoUier in
the Uiird. Bend added two more
in Uie fourUi via a single by Gen
na and walks to Mike Clark,
Larson, Jim Dexter and Don Un-
Pendleton wins
IC golf crown
Pendleton's golf team, paced by
Bill McCrae's sizzling 73, won
the Intermountain Conference golf
championship at the Pendleton
course Saturday.
The five-man Pendleton team
had an aggregate 421 score.
The Dalles, led by Jerry Pi
land's 77, was a close second with
a 422 score. Piland pitched a no
hitter against Redmond Friday
night and was rushed to the 7
:a.m. goll test.
I Prineville. with Alan Hudspeth
I shooting an 81, was third with a
425. La Grande was fourth with a
432. Ontario was fifth with a 444
ana oaKer naa a m nenu un
drew from five-man play, entcr-
ine three boys.
Other scores for Prineville were
John Lidstron 86. Dave Erickson
88. Alan Nielsen 87 and Cliff
Baker 81.
Prineville coach Lloyd Lewis
praised the Pendleton hospitalty.
jhe match was played in fairly
nod weather, with the 35 contest-
i. - wis winding up piny ny 1 i
Los Angeles 000 000 040 4 5 2
St. Louis 010 100 001 3 9 1
Podres. L. Sherry '8, Perrano
ski '9'. Roebuck '9' and Rose-
boro. Jackson. Ferrarese (8'.
Washburn (81, McDanial '9) and
Oliver. Winner Podres (3-2). Los
erJackson 3-4).
, pittslxirgh
004 ono Ono 4 10 2
Cincinnati 103 001 Olx 6 12 0
Friend. Olivo (7), Sturdivant
'8' and Burgess, Neeman (3).
Purkey. Henry (8, Brosnan (9)
and Edwards. Winner Puikey
ifi-0'. Loser Friend 4-3. HR
Picson, Mafthall, Robinson.
couldn't push his legs
h a r d
the team
Redmond, beaten in
competition, qualified 13 men in 15
events compared with Bend's 14
for 20. The Dalles, tliiid with 45
points, qualified 12 men
events for next Saturday's clash
with Uie eastern subdistrict quali
fiers (Pendleton, Hermiston, Ba
ker, La Grande and Ontario I at
The Dalles track.
Princville. far back with 14
points, qualified only two men in
two events but one was a winner
Hicks taking the 220.
Bend broke four subdistrict rec
ords Chambers going 5-11'j in
the high jump. Bill Tye bouncing
back with a 12-foot effort in the
pole vault, Herb Hickman win
ning the quarter mile in :53.3 and
John Cutter racing to a 2:03.7
time in the half mile.
"Considering Uie gusty wind
ait me way wiin uregon eiiy sc
mg tirst with a run 111 uie lop ot
Uie second and Bend tying it up
l-all in the same frame.
Oregon City made it 3-1 in Uie
top of the Uiird. but Bend took a
5-3 lead in the bottom of Uiat
fiame with a four-run outburst
which included singles by Larry
Gelbrich and Jerry Wctle, a hit
batter (Dave Shelton), a walk and
an error by the third baseman
that gave Bob Tadevic a life.
Oregon City tied it up 5-all with
two runs in Uie fifth, and Bend
went ahead 6-5 with a single run
in the sixth Dave Shelton sin
gling with two out and scoring
wiUi the help of two errors.
Once again Oregon City tied it
up Hatfield getting a home-run
to lead off Uie top of the seventh.
It was Uie second homer of the for Oregon City. R. Hudson
knocking a solo blast over the
centcrfield fence wiUi none on in
the second.
Bend Wins in Ninth
Both teams Uircatened in the
eighth, with Bend finally coming
Uirough in Uie ninth.
Clint Brumitt opened with a sin
gle to left. Bob Tadevic was safe
on an infield hit, Koho sacrificed
the runners along and Brumitt
came in on Val Lewis' bunt to
the pitcher.
Leading the 10-hit Bend attack
were Dave Shelton and Jerry Wet
le, each with two hits in (our
trips. R. Hudson and Hatfield
each had a single, double and
homer for Oregon City, while
Swianey had a double and two
Kurt Larson went all Uie way
for Bend, Uiough giving up 12 hits
including four doubles and two
Oreeon City . 010 loo 0 2 6 1
Bend 201 200 x-5 5 2
Gettle and R. Hudson; Gary
Haugen and Val Lewis, Benny
Hamilton (4).
Ore. City .... 0t2 020 100- 12 3
Bend 014 001 001-7 10 1
Swinnev and Littleton; Kurt
Larson and Vl Lewis.
Cascade Bowl
744 Bond St.
or Phone EV 2-1392
and the generally poor conditions,
these times were quite good,"
Mcore said.
He also had praise for senior
Lyle Firkus who turned in his
best effort of the year in running
second to Redmond's Gary Cut-1
ting in Uie 00. BoUi were tuned
in :10.2. with Cutting winning by
a whisker.
in laci, Moore saiu ne wisnea
he had entered Firkus in the 220
as well.
Fletcher will also be allowed to
run on die Bend 880-yard relay
team, a subdistrict winner, since
coaches have the prerogative of
shifting their relay squads
Another good mark was fashion
ed by Jimmy Leagjeld, Bend, in
the javelin. Throwing against a
strong wind, Leagjeld had a 181-7
toss his best of the season.
Bill Hutton. Bend, had a double
win when he took Uie high hur-
Major league
By United Press International
American League
W. L. Pet. GB
17 10 .630 .
16 10 .615 '2
17 13 .5117 l'a
17 14 .548 2
14 13 .519 3
13 13 .500 3's
13 13 .51X1 31:
12 14 .4li2 4'j
13 18 .419 6
6 20 .231 10! 3
New York
I Chicago
Los Angeles
Kansas City
Saturday's Results
New York 9 Cleveland 6
Boston 5 Detroit 1
Minnesota 5 Kansas City 4
Baltimore 3 Washington 2
Chicago 7 Los Angeles 6
Sunday's Results
Cleveland 6 New York 4 (1st)
Cleveland 8 New York 5 (2nd)
Baltimore 3 Washington 2
Detroit 6 Boston 5
Minnesota 10 Kansas City 3
Chicago 15 Los Angeles 6
Monday s Games
(No games scheduled'.
Tuesday's Games
New York at Boston, night
Los Angeles at Baltimore, night
Minnesota at Detroit, night
Washington at Chicago, night
Kansas City at Cleveland, night
National League
W. L. Pet.
San Francisco
Los Angeles
St. Louis
. 14
New York
Saturday's Results
Cincinnati 9 Pittsburgh 2
New York 3 Milwaukee 2
New York 8 Milwaukee 7
Chicago 9 Philadelphia 8
St. Louis 6 Los Angeles 5
San Francisco II Houston 0
Sunday's Results
Milwaukee 3 New York 2
Cincinnati 6 Pittsburgh 4
Chicago 8 Philadelphia 7 (1st)
Chicago 8 Philadelphia 5 '2nd)
Los Angeles 4 St. Louis 3
San Francisco 7 Houston 2
Monday's Games
(No games scheduled).
Tuesday's Games
Chicago at New York, night
Cincinnati at Philadelphia, night
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, night
Houston at Los Angeles, night
St. Louis at San Fran., night
took its Uiird straight Oregon
high school boys' tennis Utle Sat
A light weight, hard working
you can dpnr on vary tim.
Taktt MeCulloch'i work laving
cctiurtat, tool
complete with 16 Bar
and Super Pintails Chain.
Highest Trades Easy Terms
132 E. Franklin
EV 2-3051
die in : 15 9 and the lows in :21 2.
The subdistrict qualifiers:
High jump Won by-Chambers
(B': 2. Mi-Bride H: 3.
Gram iB; 4. Rowland lTDi.
Height 5-U'j. (New subdistrict
I record. )
s,()t A Wm by B.lU
,Tl)1. 2 to(tini;ham ,B; 3 RJ.
ke (RI dmes (R) uj
Javelin Won by Leagjeld heavvweight title of the world, ex- wl isl in addition to a skull fiac
IBI; 2. Pa.key (R; 3. Martin cept the state of California. jlu'e-
lTDi; 4. Stewart till. Distance I ; Minnsn sustained il.e Inmrie
Pule vault Won by Bill Tye
iB: 2. Kreiel (Ri; 3. Jim Tye
IB'; 4. tie between Peterson (R)
anu Altendurf (TLli. Height 12-0.
(New subdistrict record.)
Broad jump Won by Crater
(TD; 2. Strcb (TD: 3" tie be
tween Usher (Bi and Grant iB.
Distance 19-8.
120-yard high hurdles Won by
Hutton B: 2. Stuiza (Ri; 3. Nos-
icr id', lime :ij.j.
100-yard dash Won bv Cut -
ling (R: 2. Firkus (B: 3. Mar-
loka (TDi. Time : 10.2.
Mile Won by Smith ITD;
Slate (Bi; 3. Harmon (TD);
Skaiulera (TD. Time 4:45.
440-Won by Hickman (B:
jShroyer P: 3. Feller R :
I Fletcher B. Time :53.3
1 New-
subdistrict record."
I ISO-yard low hurdles I. Won
1 hy Hutton iR': 2. McBnile iRi;:if.vmg record
3. Ordway 1TD1. Time :21.2.
220-yard dash Won by Hicks
(Pi; 2. Wick (R: 3. Friday (RI.
Time :23.5.
Discus Won hy Jim Raske
hy Jim
(R: 2. Cottiiigham B ; 3. Charl
ton iRl: 4. Bailev (TDi. Distance
1 146-10.
8S0-yard dash Won hy Cut
ler (Bi; 2. Hickman IB): 3.
Chambers (B: 4. Mcrriss (TD.
Time 2:03.7. (New subdistrict rec
010. )
8110-yiiid relay W'0,1 by Bend
(Firkus, Hutchins, Nosier rnd
Hutton): 2. Redmond; 3. Prine
ville. Time 1:37.6.
Final subdistrict scores: Bend
82. Redmond 67, The Dalles 45,
Prineville 14.
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.280 13'i .
1 cry
Ben gives away
his lass on
June 30th! Come
in now and
register for Pokey!
5th & Giveaway
in review
Weekend Sporti Summary
By United Press International
NEW YORK -George Widener's
Jaipur won Uie $38,600 Withers
Mile at Aqueduct and paid $3 50.
PHILADELPHIA -Harold John- dlli ot Minnie Minnso. seriously
son of Philadelphia scored a unaii-! injured St. Louis C'.miinals out
imous 15-round decision over Doug fielder, was complicated today by
.Linn nf w vrtrlf f,- tl, li..l,i. the discoverv he has a Invktn
MtKS.NO, Calif. The I'niver -
sity of Oregon four-mile relay
team, anchored by Dyrol Bin 1c -
son. broke the world record bv 15
seconds with a time of 16:08.9 injelcs Dodgers at H'.i'ch Stadium,
the West Coast Relays. This is the second time Minoso
Stacy of Daytona Beach. Fla..
! won the $45,520 Rebel 300 auto;
race by one second over Marvin '
I S1LVERSTONE. England -Gra-iliam
Hill of Britain won the 152
mile International auto race tro
' phy.
Jones won the pole position for
the 509-milc Memorial Day auto
jracc hy breaking the 150-inilc bur-
jrier four times and setting a qual-
ROME Roy Emerson and Rod
Laver made it an all-Australian
final in the Rome International
tennis tournament by scoring
semi-final round victories.
FORT WORTH. Tex. Arnold
Palmer and Johnny Pott finished
with one-over-par 281's to finish in
a tie for the Colonial Invitation
Golf tournament and will play off
Monday for the title.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Mickey
Wright won the 33rd annual Wom
en's Western golf tournament by
beating defending champion Mary
Lena Faulk in a sudden-death
The Bend Bulletin, Monday, May 14, 1952
For additional sports,
please turn fo page 7
Minoso injured in fence crash
ST. I.OHS l IM - Tin- cull-
; r nday night when lie crushed into
j the concrete left-field wall while
'chasing a tiiple by Duke Snid'T
! in a game against the Los Aug-
has suffered a skull Lactuic dur
um his career. X-ravs rc-
sealed he inclined a hairline
fiai-une five vr:;-.s .n-n The m-w
fracture is not believed to have
affected the old injury.
i Minoso was unconscious for!
1 three minutes follow ing the colli- j
sion. He was can ied from the;
I field on a stretcher in a semi-
DATED IfBwtA iPiJ trv a pinch
eye - to -
When it comes to selling Chevys, Bend and his li'l las
understand each other completely.
They're both stubborn.
Ben says you've got to insist on pleasing folks. And the
stubborn-er you are about it, the more cars you'll sell.
Maybe that's why Ben's taking delivery on three more
carloads of '62 Chevrolets ... to show you the largest
selection of models and colors in all Central Oregon!
Thinking about a new car? See Benl He's stubborn
enough to make the deal you're after!
; conscious stale.
! Doctors reported that Millojo .
iwas still "taking liiiiids well and .
was a little more alert than hs '
has been." ("
I Officials say Minoso, a native
of Cuba, will be out of action for
four to six weeks. He will be laid
up with the injury for four week.,-.,,
I and a reconditioning period should -arid
another two w.cks to his ab-.
sence from the lineup.
KNOXVILLE. Tcnn. 'UP1 - '
Chuck Rche. former Mississippi
Southern football player and dis-'
tni ce runner, has been named
head track coach at Uie Univer-
s'ly f Tennessee. Robe, who has
been track coach at Furman U10 '
last five years, succeeds Ralph
Patterson. . '
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