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IN 440 Dave Fletcher, who holds fattest timet in state this
year In both 100 and 220-yard dash, will concentrate on 440
In this Saturday's district track meet at The Dalles. Fletcher,
who suffered leg injury May 5, failed to qualify in sprints in
subdistrict meet but made it in quarter mile. He'll also ba
eligible to run on Bend 880-yard relay team. He's reported
much improved this weed.
And Giants keep rolling
Mays scares em,
Cepeda beats 'em
By United Press International
They say In the dugouts around
the National League that the San
Francisco Giants scare you with
Willie Mays and beat you with
Orlando Cepeda.
It's no criticism of WiUlo the
Wonder at 31 the most oxclt-
li,g plnyer In the majors Just
the ultimnto tribute to the prow
ess of tho game - winning hat
swung by the 24-year-old, 210
pound Cepeda.
Tills is Cepeda's fifth season in
tho big limo and it looks like
It'll be by all odds his best. He's
batting at a .336 clip, has hit 10
homers and leads the NL with 3fl
runs batted In. At that pace he'll
surpass his 19T1 figures of .311,
46 and 142 in tlioso departments
by a wide margin.
Cepeda supplied the cnisliing
blow for the Giants again
V. ednesday when his three - run
homer climaxed a five -run seventh-inning
rally as San Francis
co whipped the St. Louis Cardi
nals, 7-2. The win extended the
Giants' latest winning surge to
four straight games during which
they have outscored their rivals,
Mirlchel Wins Seventh
Juan Marichal yielded nine
hits and five walks hut was helped
by three double plays in winning
his seventh game for the Giants.
One of the hits off him was a
single by Stan Musial that tied
the Cardinal all-timo groat with
Hans Wagner's NL record of 3,
4:w lifetime hits.
The Los Angeles Dodders re
mained four games behind the
Giants with a 5-2 victory over tho
Houston Colls; tho Cincinnati
Iteds downed tho Philadelphia
Phillies, 6-5; the New York Mets
edged the Chicago Cubs, 65. In
11 innings, and the Pittsburgh Pi
rates shut out Die Milwaukee
Braves, 6-0, In other NL games.
In tho American Ixhrik, tho
Cleveland Indians retained first
place by defeating the Kansas
City A's, lfrd; the New York
Yankees oiitsluRgcd the Boston
Hod Sox, 9-8; the Minnesota
Twins toped the Detroit Tigers,
6-4; the Iw Angeles Angels beat
the Baltimore Oriole, 3-1, and
tho Washington Senators shaded
the rhlrngn While Sox, 3-1.
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The Dodgers collected only six
hits but stole five bases as Joe
Moeller won his second game.
Shortstop Maury Wills and Wil
lie Davis stole two bases each
with Wills running his season to
tal to 18.
Vada Plnson's nlnth-innlng dou
ble snapped a 5-5 tie and gave
the Beds their sixth straight win
after the Phillies tied the score
in Die eighth on Roy Slevers'
first NL homer. Jim Brosnan
went the last throe Innings to win
his first game of the year for
Felix Mantilla's llth-lrming bas
es-filled single gave the Mets
their second extra-Inning win
over the Cubs In as many days.
Jehnny De Morit and Gil Hodges
homered for the Mets, who have
won six of their last eight games,
while Ernie Banks hit No. 9 for
the Cubs.
AI McBean and Dlomedea Olivo
combined In a five-hitter for the
Pirates who routed Bob Hendley
in 3 2-3 innings. Smoky Burgess
and Pick Stuart hit homers and
Bill Virdon had two triples and
McBean one as the Tirates made
eight of their 11 hits good for ex
tra bases.
Johnny Romano's two-run hom
er in the last of tho ninth won
for Cleveland after the A's took
a9-l lead hi tho top of the frame.
Willio Kirkland and Chuck Esscg
ian also homered during a game
in which eight pitchers issued a
total of 16 walks and allowed 17
Cleto Buyer's tie-breaking dou
ble capped a tlireo-run ninth-inning
outburst that brought tho
Yankees their win over the lied
Sox. Bill Skowron, Frank Malzono
and Carl Yastrzemski homered
during tho tliieo-hour and 15-mln-uto
slugging bee.
Vic Power drove In three runs
with three single and pitcher Ca
milo Tascual contributed two run
scoring singles for the Twins,
who broke a 2-2 tie with two rims
in tho fourth Inning. Jim Bimn
ing. clipped for six rims In five
Innings, suffered his second loss.
lon Wagner and I-ee Thomas
hit homers for tho Angels as
Ken McBride picked up his sec
ond win with tho ninth-Inning re
lief aid of Jack Spring and Rync
Rookie Pavo Slenhoiise pitched
a four-hillcr for the Senators.
Early Wytnt, seeking the HiSlh
win of his big league career, suf
fered his second defeat of tho
CHICAGO (I Pl) The Chi
cago Packers of the National
BHketMl Association W'ednes-'
day signed Jelf Slado of henyon 1
College. The M Slade as the
club s No. 3 draft choice anil av
eraged 24 points a game in tliree
varsity seasons.
' By Bill Thompson
Bulletin Stiff Writtr
Off their subdistrict times, the
eastern contingent (Ontario, Pen
dleton, Baker, La Grande and
Hermiston) will be favored over
the western group (The Dalles,
Bend, Prineville and RuJmond) in
the Intel-mountain Conference dis
trict track meet at The Dalles 1
p.m. Saturday.
And. of the nine teams entered,
Pendleton appears to loom as the
standout club.
But those subdistrict marks
could be a bit deceiving.
For one thing, the eastern sub
district meet was run on a sizzling
fast Hermiston track where the
weather was much more suited
for fast times and good field
The western subdistrict meet,
Major league
By United Press International
American League
New York
Los Angeles
Kansas City
Wednesday's Results
Minnesota 8 Detroit 4
New York 9 Boston 8 (night)
Cleveland 10 Kan. City 9 (night)
Los Angeles S Baltimore 1 (night)
Washington 3 Chicago 1 (night)
Thursday's Probable Pitchers
Naw York at Boston Turley
(1-0) vs. Contey (4-2).
Los Angeles at Baltimore
(night) Belinsky (50) vs. Quirk
(Only games scheduled.)
Friday's Games
Minnesota at New York (night)
Baltimore at Chicago (night)
Kan. City at Washington (night)
Los Angoles at Boston (night)
Detroit at Cleveland (night)
National League
Pet. CB
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.647 4
.581 6Vi
.567 7
.533 8
.448 lOVi
.438 11
.355 13V4
.333 13H
.281 16
San Francisco
Los Angeles
St. Louis
New York
Wednesday's Results
New York 6 Chicago 5 (11 Inn.)
San Francisco 7 St. Louis 2
Cincinnati t Phila. 5 (night)
Pittsburgh 6 Milwaukee 0 (night)
Los Angeles 5 Houston 2 (night)
Thursday's Probable Pitchers
St. Louis at San Francisco
Gibson (3-2) vs. O'Dell (5-0).
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
(night) O'Toole (3-4) vs. McLlsh
(3-0) or Bennett (0-0).
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (night)
Shaw (3-1) vs. Friend (4-3).
Houston at Los Angeles (night)
-Golden (1-1) vs. Koufax (4-2).
(Only games scheduled.)
Friday's Games
Chicago nt Philadelphia (night)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (night)
New York at Muwaukeo (night)
St. lxuis nt Los Angoles (night)
Houston at San Francisco (night)
Grelle, Burleson
to race Snell
milo record holder Peter Snell of
New Zealand and American rec
ord setter Dyrol Burleson of Ore
gon aro going to get some tough
competition when they collide
here Friday night.
Former Oregon star Jim Grelle
also will run tho milo at the Coli
seum Relavs.
Snell holds the world record ol
3:54 4. Burleson's American rec
ord Is 3:57 6. Grelle has a 3:59.9.
The field In the event also will
Include Laurie Elliott of Houston,
a younger brother of former world
record holder Herb Elliott of Aus
tralia; Ben Tucker ot Sun Jose
Stale, Tommy Sullivan of Villa
nova, Bob Seaman of tho Los An
geles track club. Dick Jones of
Occidental and Mil Dahl of UCLA.
Burleson flew to Los Angeles
from Eugene Wednesday. Ho is
scheduled to return to Eugene to
eomto for Oregon Saturday in
the Far West championships.
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on the other hand, was run on a
comparatively slow The Dalles
track with a cold, gusty wind.
Then there are the intangibles
how an athlete will perform
when tiie competition really gets
This is especially true In the
field events.
One of the intangibles coidd be
Bend High sprinter Dave Fletch
er, who'll challenge Pendleton's
Dave Walker in the quarter mile.
Walker won the 440 at Hermis
ton in :50.7. Fletcher, on the oth
er hand, barely qualified with a
fourth-place ;54-plus time.
But Fletcher, one of the fast
est prep sprinters In the state,
had a bad leg at the time and
couldn't go in the sprints.
He's reported much improved
in practices this week, and he
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OVER HE GOES Bend High senior Rex Chambers will be
one of favorites in high ump event at district meet in The
Dalles Saturday. Chambers has best jump of 6-1 this year,
while Pendleton's Ray Hughes went 6-3 early in season.
Moor league line scores
Major League Results
By United Press International
American League
Minnesota 002 023 001 8 15 1
Detroit 010 101 010 4 8 0
Pascual (5-2) and Battey. Bun
ning, Casale (6), Gallagher (8)
and Brown. Loser Banning (4-2).
HR Boros, Colavito, Cash.
Los Angeles 100 002 000- S 6 0
Baltimore 000 000 001 1 4 0
McBride, Spring (9), Duren (9)
and Rodgers. Estrada, Hoeft (7),
Stock (9) and Lau, WLuer Mc
Bride (2-3). Loser Estrada (2-4).
HR Wagner, Thomas.
New York 120 102 003 9 13 1
Boston 211 001 021 8 15 1
Stafford. Sheldon 5, Coates
(9), Bridges (9) and Howard.
Schwall, Earley (7), Fornioles
(8), Radatz (9) and Pagliaronl,
Tillman (9). Winner Sheldon
(2-1). Loser Fornielos (1-2). HR
Yastrccmski, Skowron, Mal
Kansas City 003 102 021 9 9 1
Cleveland 201 200 30210 8 1
Walker, Archer (4), Segul (8)
and Azcue, Sullivan (8). Grant,
Latman (6), Allen (7), Ramos
18), Taylor (9) and Romano. Win
nerTaylor (2-2). Loser Segul
(2-1). HR Kirkland, Easegian,
Held, Romano.
Washington 102 000 000 S 7 1
Chicago 100 000 000 1 4 1
Stenhotise (3-0) and Schmidt.
Wynn, Fisher (4), Zannl (9) and
Carreon. Loser Wynn (2-2).
National League
(11 Innings)
Chicago 013 000 010 00 5 10 0
New York 001 030 010 01 6 12 2
Ellsworth, R. Anderson (9), El
ston (11), Hobbie (11) and Bar
racan. Jackson, Hlllman (3),
Miller (41, Hook (10) and Chiti,
Ijindrilh 10). Winner Hook (3-2)
Loser Elston (2-1). Hit Banks,
DeMerit, Hodges.
St. Louis
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PRESS HERE to sfivpwt the
ran the 440 In 51 seconds flat ear
lier in the year. With competition,
he could go faster. The big ques
tion is his physical condition.
And there are other intangi
bles. Pendleton's 6-5 Ray Hughes,
for Instance, went 6-3 in the high
jump early in the season. But he
hasn't approached that of late, go
ing 5-10 in the subdistrict meet.
Then there's the discus compe
tition. Ontario's Terry Baker has
one of the best Uirows in the na
tion this year a 170-9 effort.
Baker threw the discus 164-3 last
Redmond's Jim Raske has a
165-10 discus effort, but managed
only 146-10 in the subdistrict meet
obviously bothered by the
strong wind.
If both men approach their
best, It could be a terrific duel.
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San Francisco 000 002 50x 7 8 0
Broglio. McDanlel (7) and Sa
watskl. Marichal (7-2) and Bailey,
Hallor (8). Loser McDaniel (1-3).
HR Flood, F. Alou, Cepeda.
Milwaukee 000 000 000 0 5 0
Plttsbiu gh 000 510 OOx 6 11 0
Hendley, Cloninger (4), Willey
(6) and CrandalL McBean, Olivo
(6) and Burgess. Winner Mc
Bean (4-1). Loser Hendley (2-3).
HR Burgess, Stuart.
Cincinnati 010 000 221 6 11 0
Phlladlphia 013 000 010 5 8 1
Drabowsky, Brosnan (7) and
Edwards. Baldschun (8), Sulli
van (9), Short (9) and Dalrymple.
Winner Brosnan (1-1). Loser
Sullivan (0-2). HR-Callison, Sie
vers. Houston 001 100 000 2 11 2
Los Angeles 201 110 OOx S 6 1
Farrell, Stone (7) and Smith.
Moeller, Roebuck (9) and Rose
boro. Winner Moeller (2-3). Los
er Farrell (S-3).
Coasf loop
Pacific Coast League
By United Press International
W L Pet. GB
Salt Lake 22 8 .733
Seattle 19 10 .655 2'i
Portland 14 14 .500 7
Hawaii 13 15 .464 8
San Diego 13 15 .44 8
Vancouver 12 16 .429
11 15 .423 9
7 18 .280 12(i
Wednesday's Results
Tncoma 6 Portland 1
San Diego 14 Salt Lake City 4
Seatlle 6 Spokane 3
Vancouver 7 Hawaii 5 (7 Innincs)
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qualifying marks
In a straight comparison of sub
district marks, the eastern teams
have the better performance in
all but three of the 14 events.
The west had the best of it in
the high jump where Bend's Rex
Chambers went 5-114 to Hughes'
Jimmy Leagjeld of Bend threw
the javelin (into the wind) 181-7,
while in the east Mike L'llman of
Pendleton set a meet record with
a 176-5V toss.
And in the pole vault, Pendle
ton's Chuck Blackley, with a best
of 12-11 this year (tops In the
state) won at 11-4, while in the
west Bend's BUI Tye went 12
feet his best showing of the
Otherwise, the east was first.
The comparisons, with the east
ern subdistrict performer listed
first, nre as follows:
District playoff
Pendleton boasts
28-2 spring retard
The Pendleton Bucks, eastern
subdistrict winners (8-0) and pos
sessors of a 28-2 over-all spring
record, will be favored over
Prineville when the two teams
battle Friday and Saturday at
First game Is set for 3 p.m.
standard time at the Prineville
diamond Friday, with a second
game at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. A
third game, if necessary, will fol-
Frisco group
still after
NEW YORK (UPI) - It looks
as if Eddie Gottlieb, the owner of
the Philadelphia Warriors, has
come up with a new wrinkle in
his attempt to sell the Warriors
to a San Francisco group.
A San Francisco syndicate,
headed by Franklin Meuili, dis
closed Wednesday that a renewed
effort is being made to purchase
the Philadelphia franchise in the
National Basketball Association
and transfer it to the West
Two weeks ago a similar at
tempt by Gottlieb to sell the War
riors for a reported $800,000 was
turned down by the NBA board
of governors after a hectic two
day meeting in a New York
The board as a whole was not
satisfied with the presentation
made by the San Francisco group
and New Y'ork, Boston and Syra
cuse owners In particular were
prepared to block the sale on the
grounds that they didn't want to
lose the profitable Philadelphia
Gottlieb, one of the founders of
the NBA, then tried to buy an
existing franchise and move it to
Philadelphia and when he failed
to make headway in that direc
tion, ho threw in the towel.
The issue was revived Wednes
day and now will be put before
Ihe board of governors in a meet
ing here next Wednesday.
Gottlieb, who argued bitterly
with his fellow club owners in
their last meeting and even
walked out on several sessions,
did not deny that the sale is un
der active consideration again. "I
can't make a statement at this
time," he said. "I don't want to
start a controversy."
(LTD The Sports Car Club ot
America national championship
race will be held at the Bridge
hampton race circuit, June 2-3.
Valuable points in grand touring,
production, sports-racing and for
mula junior classes will be at
Now Showing
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shot nut Richard Horvna.
Ontario, 47-8'i; Ken Bailey, The
Dalles, 46-6.
Broad jump Bob Thome,
Pendleton, 21-10'i; Gary Craber,
The Dalles, 19-8.
High hurdles Curt Thorne,
Pendleton, :15.1; Bill Hut ton,
Bend, :15.9.
100-yard dash Bob Thome,
Pendleton, :10.1; Gary Cutting,
Redmond, :10.2.
Mile Ralph Bennion, Hermis
ton, 4:35.7; Bob Smith, The Dal
les, 4:45.
440 Dave Walker, Pendleton,
:50.7; Herb Hickman, Bend,
8S0 Lee Witthoft, Hermiston,
2:03.3; John Cutter, Bend, 2:03.7.
Low hurdles Curt Thome,
Pendleton, a record ;20.5; Bill
Mutton, Bend, ;21.2.
220-yard dash Larry Nice, La
Prineville, which posted an 11-1
record in subdistrict play, has a
hustling, hard-hitting club and
the Pokes won't be lacking for de
sire when they take to the field
before the home folks.
But Pendleton appears to have
the edge in depth.
The Bucks have most of the
players back from last year's
team which barely lost a three
game district playoff to Bend
last spring.
Pendleton boasts an outstanding
pitcher in lefty Sieve Bunker,
with sophomore Dick Jones and
junior Larry French also capable
And Pendleton has a strong hit
ting club led by catcher J i m
Christensen, Jack Baird, Robbie
Cook, French, Shirley, Tim Tem
ple and Tony Sveticb.
Prineville has one ot the best
pitchers in prep play this season
in Mike Love, and an outstand
ing catcher In Dick Nicholas.
Nicholas will probably see
mound duty as well, with center-
fielder Gene Wheeler, fresh from
an impressive pitching win
against Bend, also ready.
The Cowboys also boast strong
hitting paced by Nicholas, Love,
Mike Barrow and Joe Myers.
Minoso said
out of danger
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Injured St.
Louis Cardinal outfielder Minnie
Minoso was reported out of dan
ger Wednesday and expected back
in the lineup in six weeks.
The 39-ycar-old Cuban suffered
a fractured skull and a broken
right wrist last Friday night when
he ran into the left field wall dur
ing a game with the Los Ang
eies Dodgers. Minoso was in pur
suit of Duke Snider's line triple
when the accident occurred.
The Cardinals placed Minoso on
the disabled list on Monday fol
lowing approval of Commissioner
Ford Frick.
Baker ready
for alumni tilt
will be back in action for the
alumni Saturday In tho fourth an
nual spring football game against
the Oregon State varsity.
Baker is the top Oregon State
ground gainer in history and a
top place kicker in pro football.
Game time is 3 p.m. PDT.
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Grande, :22.9; Hicks, Prineville,
Discus Terry Baker, Ontario,
164-3; Jim Raske, Redmond, 146
10. 1180-yard relay Pendleton,
1:32; Bend, 1:37.6.
Pendleton's powerful squad
dominated the scoring in the
eastern subdistrict meet, gaining
163 110 points to 108 35 for Her
miston. Bob Thome, Pendleton, was
high scorer with 30 and Vt points,
winning Uie 100 and broad jump,
anchoring the relay team and fin
ishing second in the 220. Curt
Thorne was next with 22' j points.
Pendleton took 20 spots in 14
events, Hermiston took 16 in 12
events, La Grande took 12 in U
events, Baker 11 in 7 events and
Ontario 5 in 5 events.
New Rose Bowl
fieup looms
chance for a now Rose Bowl
agreement between the Big Ten
and the Pacific Coast was rated
good today after the subject be
came a late addition to the
agenda for the Big Ten's spring
The faculty representatives and
Athletic Association of Western
Universities to the Big Ten's prop
osition the two groups agree
again to furnish a team annually
In the Rose Bowl.
Although the Big Ten sugges
tion, approved in December, was
presented to the AAWU in Jan
uary the response was not
received until Tuesday and thus
the West Coast compromise offer
had not been slated for considera
tion. A conference source said the
AAWU did not present any major
obstacles in it proposal. This in
dicated the Big Ten could be ex
pected to approve an agreement
and perhaps make it possible for
the AAWU to reach a final and
binding decision on both leagues
at its meeting next month.
Gene Patterson
Americans own thousands
upon thousands of acres of
lend which the law provides
shell be open to the public
for hunting, fishing, camping,
and other recreational pur
poses. Yet, many of these
public lands are In feet
closed to the public. In spite
of the law. The reason for
this is that through con
fusion and government mis
management of the land that
is rightfully ours to use for
recreational purposes, pri
vately owned land tracts
deny public access to the
government lands. With the
great population expansion
into the Far West, where
most of these public lends
are located, thousands more
Americans are seeking new
recreational facilities. Con
sequently, the problem so
long ignored Is becoming
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