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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Alamogordo, New Mexico A a a Alamogordo him daily news monday August 14, 1967 Quot Palmer nets 50th pro win in american meet summer spoiler a Homeowner renting a summer cottage could find himself in serious financial Sanders finishes second Akron. Ohio a Arnold Palmer the 37-year-old millionaire golfing great was As Happy As a kid sunday after winning the $100,000 american Golf classic. It Wasny to the $20,000 Check or just another Triumph in an Ever growing list that had Palmer grinning radiantly. It was professional Victory no. 50. A Long sought Milestone which was becoming More evasive with every attempt. The $20,000 vaulted Palmer to $138,189 for the year to keep him Well ahead of the pack boasted his official career earnings to s892.b40 and put him Over the $1 million Mark in unofficial earnings. A the 50th win has been an obstacle in be been thinking of for a Long time a said Palmer who had not scored a Triumph since the Tucson open last february. A when you go any length of tune without a win it seems to become All the harder to win again. Right now my game is Good but 1 was becoming cautious of not having won a tournament in Many cautious Lias Arnold Palmer the great Gambler of the Jinks become cautious a no no i did no to mean it like that a a said Palmer whose Victory was forged in typical fashion. A it just gets you wondering when i came up to no 11 and saw the pin placement in the j Back Corner 1 wondered in 1 could make that Palmer not Only attempted but made the shot Only to miss a Birdie putt by inches. He started the final round sunday tied with Jack Nicklaus j one stroke behind a relatively unknown Trio of leaders Jack Mcgowan Allan Henning and Kermit Zarley Doug Sanders who was in the running until he bogeyed no. 14, finished with a one under Par 34-3.5 89 and a 279 total to take second Money of $i2, Khi Palmer s final round of 34-33 87 gave him a four under Par 2<6 total one shot Over the fire Stone country club record set by Ken Venturi in the 1984 Clas-1 sir. Mcgowan with 38 36 72. Zarley with 33-34 -72 and Nicklaus with 37-34 71 finished in a third place tie at 2b l and collected $5,-600 each. Ryun takes mile run with ease in Inion a american track artist Jim Ryun flew out of England today leaving Brit ish sporting circles a picture of impending National disaster at next years olympic games the 20 year old speedster from Wichita Kan trolled a mile round the eel Brati d White Ity track saturday leaving kenyan distance Ace Kip Kemo galloping Yards behind and Brit am s Best gasping m their Down draught. In a race lulled As the mile of the Century world record Holder Ryun turned in an effortless it 8 git Mil outside ins Best a if 3 51.1. The kens an policeman was 14 seconds behind Britain a toiling Alan Simpson was clocked in 4 00 1 for this i on a Dull Windy Day the United states u a hosted the British 139 84 and Ora ports writer said today that it reminded Bun of an old movie Fea Turing a Clow is going Back Ward a a Ryun said saturday the mile was Bis l.i-,1 of the season me h it with the i s team for do Midori Germany today for a two Day meet against West get Many w. Do Day and to tour Day a i May run the Lam meters in due i id a a i ind the met in Italy he said the team visit1 i Laly and spam Lor meets saturday and sunday. British sports writers blamed fatalism among the nation s top track stars and lethargy among its controlling officials for the disappointing result. They called tor a shakeup of both to avoid humiliation in Mexico Roger Bannister the first runner in the world to break the four minute mile Barrier de i la fed As he watched tin mile Finch a this is really too bad the fellow looks scarcely out of breath. When i scraped through i cannot remember finishing a ants in pants no not really Alamogordo High held their initial conditioning Drill monday morning to off the first phase of the 1967 football season. Here the Gridiron aspirants Are jumping Back and Forth Over a Metal pipe to increase agility. Conditioning drills will continue through Friday when pad work will get under Way. Fifty nine boys turned out the first Day. Stoff photo Holtzman blood for by Ron Rapoport associated press sports writer Over m Vietnam somebody will undoubtedly he glad that pvt Ken Holtzman gave a couple of pints of blood last week Back Iii Philadelphia they May i wish he Wasny tall that civic minded. Izolt Man. On his first pass from the army in nearly three months pitched Well enough for 51-3 innings Lor the Chicago cubs to beat the Phillies 6-2. They look the Nightcap too 1-0 behind Ferguson Jenkins. Holt Man who went into the army for six months with a 5-0 record on May 20, Hopes to make his weekend pitching a regular thing now that he a out of Basic training and learning to he a combat medic at fort Sam Houston Texas. I a i wont know until Friday if i in a going to get a pass a he i and a tins weekend i got one by giving two pints of blood j i pc got enough left if they say i give some More hut in a not doing a just to get a pass. It Goe to Vietnam i know How much it s needed a m t v he it was the Long Layoff 1 or maybe the missing blood but in Altiman says he began to tire i the tilth and manager i a a a Durocher took the 21-year-old Levi v out though tic gave up just tout hit striking out four and walking two Bill Stoneman finished up and Ron Santos 25th Homer sparked a three run fourth inning Jenkins stopped the phils on four Amarillo set for stretch a a Tim a Soriani o Pton Amarillo faced the weekend in some trepidation with a so Ries against fast moving Albu Querqui it aning4 up and a flock of players in the service. But rain w shed out two Dou Blet Tefter and tin Somes broke even in another sunday. I Hev ended with half a game More Lead than when the weekend started with a games to play the sum. S pare a he Texas league he v a games Over Albuquerque and now have Alt those players Hack from the service i o pm noted the Ball sunday might Trio Sun Kings took a 5 1 Licking from Austin and yielded second place to Albuquerque Albuquerque heat amello 3-2 in the Fust game of the d Luibli header sunday Amarillo won the Nightcap 10-t Arkansas blasted Dallas fort Worth 118, crashing Over eight runs in the eighth inning at the expense of Don Dorset and Dave Dixon Albuquerque is at Al paso for a doubleheader tonight All other teams take the night off. T rades Victory hits in the second game winning his 16th game and Don Kessinger drove in the Only run of the game. In other National league contests sunday new York swept a doubleheader from Pittsburgh 3 ii and lt-9, Cincinnati shut out Angeles 3-0, St. Bouis edged san Francisco 2-1 and Atlanta crushed Houston 8 1. In the american league Minnesota edged Chicago 3-2, Detroit nipped Baltimore 3 2, new York out fought Cleveland 15-11, California edged Boston 3-2 and Washington blanked Kansas City 2-0. Izolt Man admitted he a Felt a Little like a Rookie again when he faced his first major league Batter in 85 Days but added a once i started throwing i had no Tom Seaver threw a four hit shutout in the first game for the mets who scored three times in the eighth inning to heat the pirates. De Kranepool a two out single drove in the Only run new York needed. In the second game the pirates took an 8-6 Lead into the eighth but tie mets fought Hack for live runs on two singles a sacrifice Fly and a Force out Ron Slohoda homered for new York and Willie Stargell and Boh Rodgers connected Lor the pirates. Sammy Ellis made it two shutouts in a Row for the reds Over the dodgers stopping Maxs Angeles on three hits Lee May hit a two run Homer for Cincinnati saturday. Milt Pappas blanked the dodgers on six hits. The cardinals scored both their runs in the third inning on a walk a single by 1<oii Brock and a double by Alex Johnson. Dick Hughes with Relief help from Joe Hoerner was the Winner Willie Mccovey tripled in the fourth for the giants and scored on Jim Harts single. Rico Carty Mack Jones and Hank Aaron hit homers for the braves who won their fifth consecutive game As the astros dropped their 10th straight and Ell into the National Ixa Guo cellar. Sports in briefs Pleasantville n j Apt \ Stock ear struck and idled a Lascar official at Atlantic City Speedway saturday night la was ident Sixl As Howard list la 45, of Georgetown dal. The ear driven by Jack Hart of Luster awas travelling about 80 Miles or hour at the Lime during the last Lap of the tune trials and threw Betts 100 feet St Catharines. Out a the Crews won the Overall title in the grand finals of a he North american rowing Hampton Slizis with 35 Points t it la favored Harvard eights oarsmen were upset by new zealand and finished fourth major league leaders by the associated press american league batting 150 at bats of. Robinson balt., .325 Yastrzemski. Bast., .317. Runs a Mvauliffe oct., 72 Killebrow minn., 72. Runs batted in Yastrzemski rost., 79 Killebrew minn., 79. Hits Yastrzemski bost., 129 Alvis cleve., 123 Tovar minn., 123. Doubles Campaneria 25 Tovar minn24. Triples a Blair balt., 6 monday kc., 6. Home runs Killebrew minn32 f. Howard wash., 29. Stolen bases a Campaneria k.c., 40, Buford chic., 24 pitching �10 decisions a Hor Len chic., 13-3, 813 Sparma det12-4, .750 Merritt minn., 9-3, .750. Strikeouts Mcdowell clove., 179 lion org bost., 172. National league batting 250 at bats a staub Houst., .351 Clemente pitt., j .344. Runs Aaron ail., 84 Santo chic., 83 r. Allen. Phil., 83 runs batted in Cepeda . 89 Wynn. Houst. 87. Hits Brzej ., 148 Cle i Mente pitt., 142. Doubles staub Houst ,33 r. Alien phil., 31. Triples Williams Chic if r. Allen phil., 10. Home runs Aaron atl., 29 Wynn Houst 29. Stolen bases a Brock St a 37 wills pitt., 21 pitching 10 decisions i Jarvis atl., 13-4, .765 Mccormick s.f., 15-5, .750. Strikeouts a Bunning phil., 171 Jenkins chic., 170. Las Cruces in legion title test Santa fear Santa be and Las Cruces were matched today for the championship of the now Mexico Junior american legion baseball tournament. The Winner advances to a regional tournament next week at Ontario Calif. Las Cruces Defeated Santa be 3-0 sunday in the double Elim nation tournament behind the Relief pitching of Rudy Regalado and Sal Lopez each of whom worked out of bases loaded jams in the late innings. Santa be came Back and trounced Roswell 8-1 on the nine hit pitching of Joe Burton and Home runs by Burton and Juan Aragon Roswell earlier in the a it eliminated Albuquerque to 7 with 15 hits including Gar Clarks three run Homer americans seeking cup title Cleveland a texan Nancy Richey and mrs. Billie Jean King of California both were favored to score their second Wightman cup Tennis singles victories today but Only one needs to conquer her British opponent to give the cup to the americans for the seventh straight year. Miss Richey who performed brilliantly saturday in upsetting the no. 1 British Star mrs. Ann Haydon Jones 6-2, 6-2, gets the first Chance to Clinch the trophy for the United states for the 33rd time in its 39-year history. She will oppose Virginia Wade whom she Defeated in Wightman cup play in England last year. In today s second singles mrs. King 23-year-old world Queen of Tennis Renews an old rivalry with mrs. Jones. They will be meeting in Wightman cup singles for the sixth time in seven years and mrs. Jones Only Triumph was Here two years ago. Mrs. King who Defeated miss Wade 6-3, 6-2 saturday teamed with 19-year-old Rosemary Casals of san Francisco sunday for a doubles Victory that put the . Team ahead 3-1. They overcame Britain a no. 1 doubles team of Jones Wade 10-8, 6-4. Christine Truman came from behind to beat miss Casals 3-6, 7-5, 6-1 in sundays opener for the first and Only Point the British team has scored so far. The Duel Between the 5-foot-2 Rosie playing her first Wightman cup singles and the 6-foot-l miss Truman who said this eighth appearance in the classic probably is her last Drew repeated applause from 5,837 fans. Laver wins colonial net play fort Worth Tex. Apr Tennis touring professionals minus a ruler turned their sights toward Europe today convinced that rocket Rod Laver is truly supreme. The versatile australian with the winning habit thrashed Rookie Dennis Ralston 8-6, 6-0 in the finals of the $15,000 colonial National invitation sunday. Laver then returned with fellow australian Fred Stolle to win the doubles title surging from behind to Down Pancho Segura and Alex Olmedo 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. The wrap up of the tournament was punctuated with word that Waily Dill no longer serves As executive director of the International professional Tennis association. But about the Only thing anybody agreed on was that Dill 35, who reactivated the pros under the new tournament format last year was out a they fire me because of a contract and i could t quit because of a contract a Gill said. But he could not define fully the terms of the reason for his departure. He said he would continue through 1968 As an advisor to the players and a consultant to his successor. Meanwhile the pros leave this week for Wimbledon England to shoot for the richest purse in pro Tennis featuring a first prize of $10,000. Stanky Senor to showers twins take Over first in american Loop standings by Hal Bock associated press sports writer Eddie Stanky must have thought it was All a bad dream. Here was Minnesota tip toeing away with the american league Lead and using a pitch and putt attack More characteristic of Stankye a Chicago White sox to do it. So with first place slowly Drifting away Stanky decided to put up a fight. And All that strategy got him was an Early Shower. About two outs Early. The twins were nursing a 3-2 Lead built on a Chicago Type rally of two singles a double steal an intentional walk and a Force play. When Tommie Agee opened the ninth with a Long double Stanky thought he was Back in business. But Agee trying to stretch his hit was thrown out at third on a close play. Stanky rushed Umpire Bill Valentine tossed his Cap. Jawed nose to nose and was invited to leave Early. Two outs later the rest of the White sox followed. The 3-2 Victory moved the twins into the league Lead. V2 game in front of Chicago. Detroit which beat Baltimore 3-2, is third one game Back. California took fourth place games behind by beating Boston 3-2. The red sox Are fifth 2> games out. In other american league games. New York out slugged Cleveland 15-11 and Washington blanked Kansas City 2-0. In the National league. Cincinnati topped los Angeles 3-0, St. Louis shaded san Francisco 2-1, Atlanta dropped Houston 8-4, new York swept a double header from Pittsburgh 3-0 and 11-9 and Chicago took a pair from Philadelphia 6-2 and 1-0. The twins Victory was their fourth straight and completed an 8-2 Home stand. A now we be got to have a Good Road trip to make it stick a said manager Cal Ermer. Stanky locked the clubhouse door for 30 minutes after the game and discuss the play at third base on Agee. A we got beat 3-2,�?� he said a a that Sall in be got to the twins pushed the winning run across in the eighth. Cesar Tovar and Tony Oliva opened with singles and worked the double steal after Harmon Killebrew struck out. Bob Allison was intentionally walked and then Don Buford deflected Rich Rollins bouncer to Ron Hansen who forced Killebrew at second As Tovar scored. Rollins drove in All three Minnesota runs and Agee homered for the White sox. Detroit got a three run Homer from Light hitting Ray Oyler to beat the orioles. Oyler batting .206, tagged his first Homer of the season in the second inning after a1 Kaline doubled and Jim Price walked. Paul Blair and Curt Blefary touched Winner Earl Wilson 16-9, for homers. Rookie Fred Lasher finished up for the tigers. California won its fourth straight with Home runs by Jose Cardenal and Roger Repoz the big blows. Cardenales inside the Park shot led off the game for the Angels and Repoz connected against loser Jim Lon Borg 16-6 in the second inning. Rico Petrocelli had a two run shot for Boston with two out in the ninth but Bill Kelso the third Angel Pitcher came on to get the final out. Baseball standings National league w l St. Louis aflame j Chicago a 1 Cincinnati san Francisco Philadelphia Pittsburgh los Angeles j new York i Houston pet go. .617 .545 8 a .538 9 .534 9vi 60 55 .522 11 57 54 .514 17 54 60 .474 16vi 50 63 .44? 20 .411 23vj .402 25 sunday s results new York 3-11, Pittsburgh 0-9 Chicago 6-1, Philadelphia 2 0 Cincinnati 3, los Angeles 0 St Louis 2, san Francisco 1 Atlanta 8, Houston 4 today s games new York at Philadelphia n san Francisco at Atlanta n Cincinnati at Pittsburgh n Chicago at St. Louis n Only games scheduled. Tuesday s games new York at Philadelphia 2, two night Cincinnati at Pittsburgh n san Francisco at Atlanta n Chicano at St Louis n los Angeles at Houston n american league w l pet. G b. Minnesota 62 50. 554 Chicago 61 50. 550 i Detroit 62 52 544 1 California 62 53 539 Ivy Boston 60 53. 531 9v� Washington 58 58 500 6 Cleveland 54 62 ,466 10 new York 50 62 446 12 Baltimore 50 43. 442 i2vj Kansas City 50 46 .431 14 sunday s results new York 15. Cleveland ii California 3, Boston 2 Washington 2, Kansas City 0 Minnesota 3, Chicago 2 Detroit 3, Baltimore 2 today s games Minnesota at California n Baltimore at new York n Only games scheduled tuesday s games Minnesota at California n Kansas City at Chicago 2, twi night Cleveland at Washington n Baltimore at new York n Detroit at Boston n of my sore shoulder conditioning drills were kicked off monday morning for Alamogordo High Gridiron aspirants. Here is some Light Dummy work one of the conditioning phases under Way. 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