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THE CAPITAL JOURNAE
Section 2Pa'gi 8
Braves Unleash Big Bats
To Tronip Redlegs by 9-2
By ED WILKS
The Associated Press
Just before the season started,
Manager Fred Haney gave his
Milwaukee Braves the once-over
and commented: "Frankly, I'd
like more power." Great man for
jokes, that Haney.
What team leads the National
League in home runs? Milwaukee,
with 13. Who's the individual
league leader in home runs?. The
Braves' Joe Adcock, with four.
- That just about explains how
Milwaukee has muscled into first
place in the early going of the
pennant race, winning seven of
eight. In their last two games,
the Braves have belted eight home
runs and had a bristling barrage
of 15 consecutive runs on homers.
The startling statistic, powered
along by Adcock's five runs bat
ted In on two homers last night,
didn't come to an end until the
Braves "relaxed" to score their
unai two runs on a walk, sacri
fice and two' singles in a 9-2
breeze past Cincinnati's Redlegs.
Cincinnati didn't have a chance
against Warren Spahn, who has
beaten them twice this year in
dis 3-0 record.
The Braves opened a full game
edge over tne Brooklvn Dodeers
who were whipped by the Pitts-
eurgn urates 7-1. Philadelphia
jumped into third at .500 by beat
ing the New York Giants 5-0 on
rookie Don Cardwell's four-hitter.
Rain stopped St. Louis at Chi
cago after four innings in the other
In the American, Ted Williams
was 0-for-4, but Boston's Red Sox
defeated the New York Yankees
6-2 and moved into second place,
a game behind the Chicago White
Sox, who defeated Kansas City
4-3. Detroit ended a three-game
slump, beating Cleveland 5-0. And
Baltimore knocked off Washington
Braves 9, Redless 2
Adcock's second homer off start-er-loser
Johnny Klippsteln was the
urst. grana-siammer of the season
in the NL. It came in the third
and built a 5-0 lead for the Rravps
Spahn gave nine hits, one a solo
home run by Wally Post. Johnny
i-ugan ana uei uanaall hit the
otner Milwaukee home runs.
Milwaukee 014 001 120-9 10 0
Cincinnati ooo loo 1002 9 0
ui,m rtjm i.ranaau; Jlllppstem,
Freeman (3), Hacker (7), Fowler (8)
and aBllcv. Hnm nin MMu,.,,.!,,,..
Adcock (2), Logan, Crandall. Cln-
Pirates 7, Bums 1
Pittsburgh's Bob Purkey, who
bad been 0-3 lifetime vs the Dodg
ers, remained the only pitcher to
beat Brooklyn this season, pick
ing up his second victory over the
champs with a nine-hitter. He
Boston .. g
PhlladelnhlA "' a
Cincinnati1 ..... 4
New York . A
St. Louis 2
lost his shutout on Duke Snider's
homo run in the eighth.
rank Thomas. reDlacine Dale
Long at first in a shift that nut
eight righthander hitters against
losing Doager southpaw Johnny
Podres, hit a two-run homer. .
.000 000 0101 9 2
.100 202 20 7 5 0
lb), uesscnt (7)
and Campanella; Purkey and Foiles,
n"'e runs Drootuyn, snider. Ps-
Phils 5, Giants 0
Card well shut out the Giants be
hind Chico Fernandez' three-run
homer. Johnny AntoneUi lost it.
New York 000 000 OOO 0 4 J
Philadelphia 000 310 01 5 0
stmanein, ii. Jones lof ana wesi
rum, Thomas S); Cardwell and Lo
pata. Home run Philadelphia, Fer
nandez. Red Sox 6, Yanks 2
Dave Sisler, a righthander who
never has lost (4-0) to the Yankees
n his brief major league career,
beat New York for the second time
this year, although giving up hom
ers to Enos Slaughter and Gil Mc
Dougald. Jackie Jensen slugged a
two-run double and Jim Picrsall
bagged it with a three-run hom
er. Tom Sturdivant was the loser.
Boston 012 000 30O 7 2
new York 010 loo 0002 7 1
Sisler and White: Sturdivant.
Byrne (7) and Berra. Home runs
Boston, riersau. new York, Slaugn.
Jim Rivera and Sherm Lollar
hit home runs for the White Sox in
Billy Pierce's second victory. But 'Moire.
he needed relief help.' Lou Skiios
homered for the A's.
..101 101 0004 1 0
Kansas City 000 Oil 1003 0
Pierce. Keeaan 171. Laoalme 161
and Lollar; Morgan, Gorman (8) and
Smith. Home runs Chicago, Rivera,
LoUar, Kansas City Skizas.
Tigers 5, Indians 0
Duke Mnas gave the Indians
only four singles as Al Kaline
drove in four runs for the Tigers
with a homer and two doubles as
Bob Lemon lost his second.
Detroit .001 000 400 S t 1
Cleveland 000 000 0000 6 0
lary, Maas (41 and House: Lemon,
mcLiisn lei ana Megan, mem li
Home run Detroit, Kaline.
Orioles 4, Solons 3
Baltimore rallied to beat the
Senators - and Camtlio Pascual.
Winning righthander Ray Moore
tied it 3-3 with a fifth-inning home
run and Joe Ginsberg put it away
with an RBI double in the eighth
Washington 100 200 0003 8 0
Baltimore 000 310 01' 4 10 0
rascuai ana tterDeret; Moore and
uome runs Baltimore,
SIX RECORDS FALL
Win Central Relays
PSC Tops EOC
PORTLAND W) Portland State
proved more durable than East
ern Oregon in winning a 13-12 de
cision in an Oregon Collegiate
Conference baseball game Friday.
By BOB ROBINSON
Capital Journal Sports Writer
Oakridge's Warriors came to
Monmouth Friday night for the
annual Central Relays with an en
viable track and field reputation.
They still have it.
The Warriors of Coach Lee Reed
cr, who earlier this month won
the Hayward Relays Class B
crown at Eugene, added to their
laurels by defeating 16 other teams
in the big Central High School
event. They chalked up iVk points
in the 13 event program.
Rainier surprised everyone with
a 46 point second place finish. Host
Central was third with 33 coun
ters and Dallas placed fourth with
Six Marks Bettered
A total of six meet records was
broken during the evening. Oak
ridge set two of the new standards
and runnerup Rainier bettered
three others. Waldport also broke
Four sprinters for Oakridge
were really the most responsible
for their team's victory. Morgan
Smith, Dave Kocer, Buddy Long
and Mike Nelson formed the War
rior quartet in both the 440 and
In both races they finished far
in front of the pack and in both
they bettered existing relay rec
ords. The foursome finished the
440 in 46.5 and the 880 in 1:37.
The previous best marks were 46.8
These two firsts provided 20 big
points and sent the Warriors well
on their way to their triumph.
Rainier Looks Good
Rainier also had its high mo
ments during the meet. Larry Rea
heaved the javelin 160-5 to beat
the old mark of 158-9 and Ralph
Anderson pole vaulted 11-3 to punc
ture another standard. Both of
these events were held on an in
Rainier's other record-breaking
performance came in the s p r i n t
Sarazen Says Small
Golf Courses Coming
NEW YORK W-Gcne Sarazen
said today modern golf courses
are "obsolete as a model-T Ford"
and predicted the sport some day
would be played on tight, crew
cut layouts requiring less than two
hours for an 18-hole round.
"The accent today is on speed."
the forever-youthful 55-ycar-old
onetime champion from German
town, N.Y., said.
"What's the answer? Shorter,
trickier courses 3,500 yards long
instead of 7,000 and greater em
phasis on brain work than on hit
ting power. It has to come."
Sarazen said the golf course of
the future would be condensed
within the space of a few city
blocks instead of covering 300
It will play a par 56 instead of
1 CHICAGO (UP) Jackie Collum,
the Chicago Cubs' left handed re
lief pitcher, has been fined $35 for
directing abusive language at um
pire Stan Landes during Wednes
day night's game at St. Louis. The
penalty was imposed by Warren
Giles, president of the National
72, he added, with every shot call
ing for a premium on accuracy
and finesse. It will be strategically
trapped with gun-barrel fairways,
tenacious rough and tricky, undu
In these days who has tune
to spend four and five hours play
ing golf?" Gene asked rhetorical
ly. "Golf today is an all-day prop
osition and, as a result, it is a
game which for the normal person
can be played only on weekends.
"Land is running out. Residen
tial developments are devouring
our established courses. It takes
300 acres for a course and another
100 acres for a parking lot.
Mushroom in South
Sarazen said he has noticed the
diminutive courses, a bit bigger
than the pitch-and-putts layouts,
mushrooming in the South. "Soon
it will be general," he added.
"With lights, you can even play
Gene said most of the holes
would be par three but each nine
would have one long hole requir
ing a good, long belt. The new
courses will require less equip-
ment five or six clubs instead of
14 and no caddies, which are
"like the buffalo, a dying breed
IN WVL ACTION
Sandy Beats Dallas
For 1st Dragon Loss
Team acorlntr: nnlrrtrlffn R7 id . Pnin,
ier 46, Central 33, Dallas 32, Molalla
30, Seaside 27','-,. Canby 26. Willamette
(Eugene) 26, Serra 24, Salem Acad-
amey 2J, waiapori is, Newport 15,
onciwuuu io, neynoios 14, urain ii,
Toledo 8, Elmira 0.
n. J. Relay: 1st Molalla (Milton
nines, Loren King, Gerald Parker)
2nd Seaside, 3rd Canby, 4th Oak
ridge, 5th Central, 6th Salem Acad
emy. Mark: 58'3"
Shot Put Relav: lit Serra mm
naiuuum, nea iouey, uave ianr),
2nd Waldnort. 3rd Central. 4th Wil
lamette, Oth Molalla, 6th Seaside .
mar; no- .
Javelin: 1st Larrv Rtn fRitnUrt
2nd. Nash (Dallas), 3rd Grlenentrog
Serra, 4th Buche (Dallas), Sth Bond
luemrai,, Bin newton twaiaport),
jvibtk: ihu-b" inew neiaya recoraj.
II I it h JumD Relav: Tie for 1st he.
tween Oakridge and Dallas, lie for
ira Deiween newoon ana Jserra, am
seaside, out i-enirai. mane itii .
Discus: 1st Marion Elder (Willam
cite). 2nd Bond (Central), 3rd Reel
(Drain), 4th uriesbrecnt (Dallas), 5th
Lahr (Serra), 6th Tirrill (Oakridge).
I'ole Vault: 1st Ralph Anderson
(Rainier), tie for 2nd between Balzer
(Dallas), Reel (Drain), Meyers (Sher
wood). Nelson (Central), tie for 6th
between Schmidt (Oakridge) and
Maine (Seaside). Mark: 113" (New
440 Relay: 1st Oakridge (Morgan
Smith, Dave Kocer, Buddy Long,
MiKe iNcisom, ana Kainier, ara ney
nolds, 4th Salem Academy, Sth Can'
by, 6th Seaside. Mark: 46.5 (New He
Distance meaicy: mi rvewpori
(Mike Hanson. Jim Bailey. Ken W
ncr. Bob Edge), 2nd Willamette, 3rd
Molalla, 4th Canby, 5th Dallas, 6th
Oakr dee. Mark: 11:28 5.
inviiaiionai iuu: isi sieve iicara
f Seaside 1. 2nd Frieson (Salem Acad
emy). 3rd Ediecr (Salem Academy),
4th, Smith Oakridge), 5th Doney
(Canby), eth Heenan (nerwooa).
Shuttle Hurdles: 1st Oakridge Len
Tlrrlll, Theo Johnson, Don Crist.
Dave Kocer). 2nd central, 3rd sner-
wood, 4th Seaside, 9th Dallas, em
Serra. Mark: 49.3.
Sprint Medley: 1st Rainier (Henry
Keith, Skip Lance, Bob Bowers,
Vince Cooney), 2nd Oakridge, 3rd
Molalla, 4th Canby, Sth Dallas. 6th
Sherwood. Mark: 1:40.7 (New Relays
Two Mile Relay: 1st Waldport
miitph Newton, rosier nnninson,
Vernon Kimball, Roger Fredericks),
2nd Toledo, 3rd Canby. 4th Willam
ette, Sth Molalla. 6th Central. Mark:
fl:45 (New Relays record).
SftO Relay: 1st Oakridge (Morgan
Smith. Dave Kocer. Buddv LonK.
Mike Nelson), 2nd Rainier, 3rd Rey
nolds. 4th Salem Academy, Sth Canby,
6th Seaside. Mark: 1:37 (New Relays
South Net Team
CORVALLIS (Special) The Ore
gon State Rook tennis team was
extended to the limit before edging
the South Salem high school net-
ters 4-3 here, Friday. This was
the eighth straight victory for the
Slneles: Tom Cottle (Rl def Bill
Jacobson 8-6, 5-7, 6-4: John Mlnlfie
IR) def Bill Rlchter o-J. 7-5: sieve
ljingenben? (Rl def RoKer Stewart
6-4. B-3; led Man last aei rarry
Johnson 6-1, 6-4: Roy Menseby (;!
rtef Fjirl Wettherff B-2. 6-3.
uoubies. uouieMinme int aei
Slea-art-Stenffebv 6-1. 6-4: Jacobson-
Marr ISSI del Langenbers-Johnson
3-6, 6-0, e-z.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY LEAGUE
W L Pet. GD
Jallas 4 1 .MO
Central 3 1 .150 'i
Molalla I ! 1
Sandv 2-2 J00 l'i
Canby 2 3 .400 2
Estacada . - 0 5 .000 4
Dallas suffered its first loss Fri
day in Willamette Valley Lague
baseball action, when the Dragons
traveled to Sandy to absorb a 6-4
setback. In other Friday WVL ac
tion. Central moved into second
spot with a 5-3 verdict over Esta
cada. while Molalla nicked Canby
A five-run outburst in the third
inning, highlighted by Fitzgerald's n"
bases-loaded triple, clincnea San
dy's victory over Dallas. The
Dragons scored all of their runs in
the second inning, highlighted by
run-producing singles from Mike
Kelley and John Burkholder. Los-
ing pitcher Bob Fricsen had a dou
ble for Dallas.
Central, in handing Estacada its
fifth straight defeat, picked up its
win behind the pitching of Bill
Molalla picked up its second
straight last-inning victory with
Gary LSrson's double plating Dave
Brock in the seventh frame. Brock
set up the winning rally with a
single. Marv Parnefl of the Indians
collected a double and a triple in
the 11-hit attack.
040 000 0 4 S
K.ndv 015 (100 X 6 6
Fricsen ana wan: wuw, mcvaj m
ml 116 14 11
"oil 001 03 7
Garrison an9 P a r n e 1 1: xyQ,
Boutte (2) and Utter, yl IW
FOREST GROVE, Ore. HI
Pacific University defeated the
Portland State track team Friday
95-36. Pacific won 12 events and
tied for another.
Sugar, Fullmer Ready for Bout
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Here Is the Tale of the Tape comparison
chart on challenger Sugar Ray Robinson
and middleweight champion Gene Full
mer, who will meet in a title rematch in
Chicago May 1. (AP Wirephoto Chart)
medley where Henry Keith. Skin
i.ancc, nod Bowers and Vince
Cooney toured the distance in
:40.7. The old record was 1:42.2.
The outstanding nerformance nf
the meet was saved for an un
sung competitor, however. Wald
port, which had failed to rack up
a single point until the two mile
relay, came up with a winning
combination in it.
A foursome consistine of Butch
Newton, Foster Robinson, Vernon
rvimoau ana Koger Fredericks gal
loped the distance, in 8:45. This
was a full nine secdnds superior to
the old mark.
Valley Schools Do OK
Willamette Vallev sr-hnnlc trA
fairly well in the meet. In addition
to the third and fourth nlnrn fin.
ishes of Central and Dallas, Mo-
laiia placed fifth with 30 points,
vuuuy ura ior sevpntn with or
Serra was ninth with 24 and Sa
lem Academy placed tenth with 23
Molalla chalked un fir.t nion
in the broad jump relay with Mil-
ion nines, Loren rang and Gerald
ramer aomg uie Jumping.
oerra also hAd a tnn nine nm
Hamilton, Red Coffey and Dave
i.anr proved to be the best in the
snoi put event.
Salem Academy nicked un mnr
of its points in the invitational 100
yard dash where its John Frieson
and Larry Ediger placed second
and third respectively. Steve Pic-
ara oi seaside won the invitational
for the second year in a row. His
time was 10.4.
pickup 6 pt.
5th Golf Contest
Willamette nicked un Its fifth
golf decision in six tries, Friday,
when the Bearcat linkslir hd
Pacific 1214-514 in Northwest Con-
lerence action. Wi amette is nn.
defeated in four NW dual matches.
Ron Hoxie and Rustv Ronton of
the Bearcats and Duck Anderson
of Pacific all shared medal honors
(p1oni.'"i0Sl:e 4X1 ?''?..sr I'll
Bob Prani (PI 3-0: Duko Anderson
(P) over Bob Withers (W) 3-0; Low-
? n n , over uene stnsch P)
3-0: . Rusty Beaton (Wl over mil
MacWln (P) 3-o; cliff Allison (W)
over Dewayne Halverson (P) 2-1.
LOUISVILLE. Kv. (UP)-With-
out swinging a club, chubby Bill
Casper is certain to retain his
two-stroke lead in the 130,000 Ken
tucky Derby Open golf tourna-
ment because this unique links
show is taking the day off to see
Casper carved an even par 71
Friday for a 54-noie total oi zo7.
He was followed by Johnny Pott,
Peter Thomson, and Jack Fleck
But today is opening day at
Churchill Downs, and in this Derby-mad
town that means it's out
to the track for everyone. The
tournament, which opens more
than a week of pre-Derby festiv
ities, will conclude with jts fourth
Five shots back at 213 even
par were Bo Wininger, Odessa,
Tex., and Art Wall Jr., Pocono
BOTH RECORD WINS
Knot for Capital Lead
CORVALLIS (Special) North Salem dropped into a four-
way tie for second place in the District 8-A-l baseball chase,
when the Vikings suffered a 6-2 loss to Corvallis here, Friday.
A disastrous second inning ruined North's bid to maintain
at least a share of the lead. The Spartans unloaded for four
runs in that frame. Gene Gulledge and Botton Price singled
for Corvallis, Bill Watkins tripled them home, Jack Baines
plated Watkins with another hit, and Bob McCutcheon later
singled in Baines.
North Marlon ..... 2
Ed Jiasinski Sold
To Seattle Team
PORTLAND (UP) Eddie Ba-
suiski, popular second baseman
for the Portland Beavers, has
been sold to the Seattle Rainiers
of the Pacific Coast League.
Basinski, who has played for 10
seasons with Portland, was claim
ed by Seattle after he was placed
on the waiver list. Bob McKce, on
option from the Chicago Cubs, is
Portland's regular second baseman.
Woodburn and Silverton remained
deadlocked for the Capital Confer
ence baseball lead, Friday, as both
rolled to their fourth straight tri
umph. The Bulldogs blanked North
Marion 2-0, while the Silver Foxes
thumped Mt. Angel 13-5.
In other Capital Conference ac
tion, Friday, Serra moved into a
third place deadlock by nipping
Stayton 5-4, while Cascade stopped
winless nervals 15-7.
Bulldogs 2, mi 0
Woodburn's Jerry Chapclle scat
tered four hits, enroute to his shut
out, and fanned 12 batters. Vic
Belleque was the Bulldog batting
hero as he singled in the initial
run in the third inning and scored
the other one when he was forced
in by a walk. Argil Schrock col
lected two of North Marion's hits.
North Marion 000 000 00 i 2
Woodburn 001 010 2 4 0
Lowrle, Moore (5) and nappe;
chapelle and Farr.
Foxes 13, Angels 5
A six-run blast in the fourth in
ning enabled Silverton to come
from behind at Mt. Angel. The
Foxes were trailing 3-1 at t h e
time. Three walks, an error plus
singles by .Terry West and Lowell
Johnson did the damage in the big
In the Alleys
Capitol Mlnorette League: Aider.
Farms 3), W. C. Dyer & Sons In
surance (1); Commercial Credit (2),
Chiett & Kcnyon. Realtors (2): Gen
eral Adjustment Bureau (4), Ed's
Market (0; Don Hardv Tax Service
(4), Master Service Statiun No. 3
(0): Homer Smith Insurance (3),
Jack C. Ncer Co., Adjusters (1).
Hgih Individual came, Evelyn Lem
mon 170. High individual series, Ruth
Cunnlivrham 474. HI eh team came.
Arden Farms 732. High team series,
Ararn r arms iis.
CHERRY CITY ALLEYS
Mercantile League No. 1: Salem
Smoke Shop (4), Tum-A-I.um Lum
ber (0): Ramage's Beverages (3),
snryocKs wens wear in; saniiam
Hardware (2), Pink Elephant (2):
Hueirins Insurance (3). Phlllnnl Mo-
tor (1); Pacific Power Light (4),
Jonesway Market (0), High game
Lea Mnen. 224. High scries Jim
Brown.569. High team game Ramages
oeverages, y nign warn series
saiem famoKc fanop, zsh.
Jefferson 8, Benson 4.
franklin 5, Wilson 0.
Lincoln 8, Roosevelt 4.
Cleveland 4, Washington S.
Central Point 7-.1 Irinmith v.ti.
Grants Pass 3, Ashland 1.
Philomath 8, Sheridan t.
Sandy I. Dallas 4.
Lowell 21, Crow 0
Gaston 7, Corhett 3.
Corvallis e, North Salem 2,
OreRon Frosh 14, Medlord 1.
Seaside 6, Knappa 0.
Ncahkahnle 4-0. Nestucca 2-3.
Llnfleld JVs 4. Wlllamlna 0.
Albany 4, Sweet Home 0.
Central CathoUc (Portland) 6, Eeav
David Douglas (Portland) S, Gresh
Hillsboro 3, Parkrose 2.
Gresham S3, Parkrose 49'.J, Hills
Beaverton 83, David DnuKlas (Port
land) 57, Central Catholic 111.
Oswego 69, Mllwaukle 93.
Oregon State 13, Washington State
Washington 9. Idaho 0.
College of Puget Sound 6-3, Pacific
Oregon State 6, Seattle 1.
COLLEGE BARS SMOKING
GREELEY, Colo. W-Athletcs at
Colorado State College of Educa
tion will not be allowed to smoke
or drink in or out of their athletic
season in the future.
Violators of the coaching staff's
edict will be booted off athletic
teams and will lose their financial
Coaches here pointed to scien
tific research in issuing their or
der. They say research shows
that tobacco and liquor "arc detri
mental to health and to the per
Tormancc of athletic skill, lessen
endurance, and in general lower
the potential achievement level of
The school's athletes receive on-
campus work privileges. Some get
tuition waivers and training table
"Because of these considera
tions, the athlete is obligated in
turn to exemplify the highest
standards of conduct regarding his
personal habits," the coaching
Silverton inning. Jim Berchtold
poked out a pair of hits for Mt.
Silverton 100 102 110 7 0
Mt. Angel 102 200 0 5 6 2
Lynch and Kroner; Traeger, Miner
(7) and Folli.
Serra 5, Eagles 4
Don Lang singled in the winning
run in the last inning to give
Serra its tight victory. The Sabres
had plenty of big hitters in the
game, led by Tom Gricpentrog
with three safeties and 1) e n n y
Frank, Red Coffey and Gene Grie-
penlrog with two each. Ken Ware
had a trio of Hits for btayton
Stayton .. 101 001 1 4 2
acrra uuu i 0 li A
Lucas, Rodlch 7) and Ware: G.
Grlepentrog, Brown (7) and Coffey.
Cascade 15, Gervais 7
Cascade, led by Gene Specr s
double and thrco singles, was
never 'headed against Gervais.
Five of the Cougars parked doubles
Including Gary Douner, Jack
Briles, Keith Hankel, Jim Uhr-
hammer and Ron Younger. Orie
Siebel picked up three hits for the
Cascade 3S0 820 015 18 1
Gervais 300 004 0775
Hatch, Crumc (1). Schundt (6) and
Speer: Belleque, Sclbel (4) and Voh
land, Tracy (S).
By 13-5 Count
LEBANON (Special) South
Salem evened its District 8 base
ball record at 2-2 Friday afternoon
by walloping the Lebanon Warriors
1J-5, behind the hitting and pitch
ing efforts of Cliff Johnson.
Johnson had three of the Saxons'
12 hits and went the distance, scat
tering nine hits and striking out 11.
An eight run third inning was
all Hank Juran's team needed to
win. Johnson opened the inning
with a single, Durwin Plburn and
Rog Heyden walked, Jerry Goert
zen singled, Dale Wulf walked,
Whitcy Brunkal was safe on an er
ror, Jerry Coon walked, Jerry
Brunelle singled and Fiburn
The Warriors reached Johnson
for four runs on four hits in the
fourth. Kent Wells, Curt Gilbert-
son, Bud Miller and Jim Mecnais
ranoed out successive hits and
coupled with an error gave Let-
anon the runs.
The Saxons scored four more in
the fifth on Johnson's single, two
errors and singles by Gary Dall
man and Goertzen. Their other run
came in the seventh on a single
by Heyden and an error.
Goertzen, Plburn and Wulf all
had two hits for South with Goert
zen getting four runs batted in,
Miller had two nits for tne losers.
Tho Saxons, yet to play at home
this year, go to Corvallis Tuesday
and then fimsn tne season wun
five home games in a row.
That gave Corvallis a 6-1 lead,
which was well protected by Spar
tan pitcher Price, who effectively
scattered nine hits.
North Salem had taken a 1-0
lead at the outset on Gary Vestal's
single plus two errors. Corvallis
evened the count in its half of the
first with Dick Stein singling in
the tielng marker.
Back to back triples by Gulledge
and Price made it 6-1 in the fifth.
. DISTRICT 8-A-l
W L Pet GB
Albany ... . SI .750
North Salem 2 2 .500 1 '
South Salem 2 2 .800 1 .
Sweet Homo 2 1 .555
Corvallis 2 1 .500 1
Lebanon 1 S .250
and the Viks finished with a tally
in the sixth. This came again as
the result of two miscues, follow',
ing a hit by Ed Kitchen.
- Kitchen and Bob Russell had
two hits each for North, while
Watkins and Guledge also rapped
out a pair each for Corvallis.
OCE Trips OTl
In Diamond Tut
KLAMATH FALLS Ml A triple
In the fourth inning that produced
four runs helped Oregon College
of Education defeat Oregon Tech
9-6 in Friday's Oregon Collcgiolc
Conference baseball game here.
Perk Ramskey rapped out the
bases-loaded triple and scored
himself on an error. Ramskey had
another triple and a single in his
four times at bat.
Shortstop Charley Gantcr led
OTI's hitting with thrco singles
in four tries.
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McCafferyc 10 0
Totals 17 19 Totals it's 10
x-Struck out tor Philips In 7th.
N. Salem 010 001 0 1 3
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Most of tho state's rivers and
streams wcro in good to excellent
condition for tho opening of trout
season in Oregon Saturday.
Tho Deschutes River in Central
Oregon, one of the most popular
streams in the state, and streams
in the Maupln and Warm Springs
areas were reported by the stale
Game Commission to be in the
best shape for opening in several
Bait angling was recommended
for best results.
Most high lakes and reservoirs
within national forest boundaries
in the Cascade Mountains will not
bo open until May 25, the com
mission reminded llsnermen.
Minimum lengths and bag lim
its remain the samo as last year.
Bayer Blows Top
After 1 7 on Hole
4 2 2 Lamohere.1 8 0 1
4 11 Wells.c 3
3 2 1 Ar'strong.o 10 0
6 1 2GUb'tson,p 4 1
4 12 Mlller.2 4 1
4 10 Mtchals,3 111
3 10 vergll,3 1 0
4 1 lllardeil.1 1 0
t 1 SBIshop.p 1 0
ia man,m a u
Falk.r 0 0
Strand.n 3 1
Yates.l .10 1
Totals S5 13 11 Totals i 32 5.
South Salem 008 040 113 12 2
Lebanon OOO 401 0 S 0 0
South Salem (13)
a it k
0 1 Watcklns.m 4 11
3 13 Balnei.c 4 11
3 0 1 McCut'on.1 4 0,1
3 4 1 stcrn.r
3 0 1 Ro,3
3 0 OPhlpps.1
3 0 1 Meyers.l
3 0 IGuIladgaj
0 0 0 ;
4 0 1
Anglers Will Have
To Find New Hole
STAYTON (Speclal)-New flshin'
holes will have to be sought by
those anglers who have heretofore
considered the area, along the
ditch near the Pacific Power and
Light Co. office, their favorite
Soon to be activated Is tho fish
ladder recently constructed jointly
by Gardner Bennett and the power
company. Tho power company Is
also moving the grates at the en
trance to the water turbine farther
out onto the stream.
This is being done in order to
reduce the drag of the water on
any fish trying to use the ladder,
giving them a better chance to
return to the sea.
The stream will automatically
become closed to all fishing for a
distance of 200 feet in either di
rection, at tho time the ladder
starts operating. This closure may
or may not bo posted on tho site,
but will be in effect.
Albany Moves To
Baseball lop Spot
SWEET HOME (Special Al
bany climbed into the District -
A-l baseball lead, r riaay, w n en
the Bulldogs blanked Sweet Home
4-0 behind John Zander's one-hit
pitching performance. Zander s no
no bid was spoiled by Dick
Adams' hit with two out in the
Albany managed only four tuts
but took good advantage of nine
Sweet Home Doubles.
Albany 101 000 l- 4. I
Sweet Home 000 000 00 1 I
Zander and Bradley; McDaalal and
The Parrish Cards remained un
defeated in the Salem Junior High
baseball race by toppling the Les
lio Golds 10-1, while the Parrish
Grays trimmed the Leslie Blues
10-4 In Friday's other action.
Dennis Burrlnht's three hits, in
cluding a homer, sparked the Card
batting attack. Teammates J i m
Simmons, Paul Schaberg, Bob
Hawley, Tom Edwards and Curt
Anderson chipped in with two hits
apiece. Both of Schaberg's blows
A three-run homer by Larry
Penrod In the first Inning, got the
Grays off to their winning start.
Ron Alsman collected two hits for
the winners, while Kim Clark had
a pair for the Blues.
Parrish Cards 014 203 010 14 3
Leslie Golds 100 000 0 1 4 3
Darling, Edwards (fl) and Bur-
right; llarvey, Dabler (0) and reuer.
Hosebraugn ana iteiucui; ioy ana
110 10 4 6 1
304 3 10 t 3
LOUISVILLE, Ky. in What
to do with golfers with gripes who
demonstrate their disgust before
the paying public will be a seri
ous subject in Fort Worth next
The tournament committee of
the Professional Golfers Assn.
will take up at least seven such
The problem came to a boil
Friday when George Bayer of Los
Angeles and Seattle took a 17 (in
Seneca course's par-4 17th hole.
Bayer, one of the game's longest
hitters, is capable of covering the
395-yard hole with a driver and
Harvey Raynor, PGA supervis
or, called the demonstration a
"disgrace" and a "smack at the
Integrity of golfers who try."
He said the problem rose out
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of discontent among competitors
who felt they had no chance to
finish in the money in tho $30,000
Kentucky Derby Open tourna
ment. PGA rules require that all play
ers must continuo in any tourna
ment unless released by tho spon
sors. After an outbreak of bad scores
in the Derby Open, many asked
release In travel to Texas where
they might preparo for the Co
lonial Open. They were denied.
In addition to Bayer's 17, two
players, Don January and Doug
Higgins each had a 10 on one
hole. Ernie Vossler took a 46 on
Seneca's back nine after record
ing a 38 on the front.
Raynor declined to name any
other players facing possible action.
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