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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Billings, Montana The Bilimgi Gozette, Tuesday Morning, August 14, 1956 Tommy Hull Wins 18th Game as He Scores 3-2 Win Over Athletics Sharon Eberly Wins Golf Title Sheridan Resident Takes Men's Crown CODY Wl Pretly Sharon ly of Cheyenne mado history in winning the Wyoming Women's Amateur Golf Tournament. 'A contestant since she was 14, the lithe blonde beat Mrs. Nancy Goodwin of Sheridan, 5 and 4, to become the youngest tillist in the meet's history. Miss Eberly is 20. Mrs. Goodwin's husband, Wally, who won the state men's crown in 1954, was beaten in the finals by Frank Shatter of Sheridan, 4 and 3, The 1955 titlist, Jerry Simerson of Cheyenne, won the consolation title with a 1-up triumph over Dol- ly Gray of Cheyenne in 19 holes. Miss Eberly gained a ad- vantage over the first nine holes, then won the first three holes of the second nine as Mrs. Goodwin tired badly. Miss Eberly was medalist in the five-day tourney, Shaffer was 1-up at the end ot 18, and he and Goodwin matched strokes evenly though the next nine holes without a change in advantage. Then Shaffer won 28, 29 and 31 before clinching liis tri- umph on the 33rd hole. ;In other results: Morris Lodge of Sheridan won the President's Flight with a 7 and 6: victory over Grand Bjcrke of Powell; Bob ByrOn of Cody won the President's Consolation, 1-up over Ralph Cook of Cody; Ed P'ace of Lovell defeated Joe Senos ot Worland, 1-up in 19, for the A Plight title; Jerry King of Cody bfcat Joe Kroetch of Cody in the B" Flight finals, 3 and 2; and Al tfogers of Greybull claimed the C Flight title with a 2 and 1 tri- umph over Norm Lovett of Cody. 'In the women's division: Thelma King of Casper defeated Alice Hocker Swift of Cheyenne for championship consolation, 4 and 3; Evelyn Fetzner of Cody beat Gwen Marten Lovell, 5 and 4, for the A Flight title; Evalyn Joy of Cody won the B Flight, 7 and 6 over Jean Kurtz of Cody; and LIU Arncal of Cody won the C Flight title, 9 and 8 over Florence Luscli of Cody. Ralph Cook of Cody was elect- ed president of the Wyoming Golf Assn., and Dorothy Tresler of Co- dy was named to head the aux- iliary. Shreveport Slugger Hits 56th Homer, Eyes Minor Be cord SHREVEPORT, La. ffi Ken Guettler, stocky outfielder of the Shreveport Sports who plays Class AA baseball despite a shortened right arm that handicaps him on defense, hit his 56th home run Sunday to better one of the oldest records in the Texas League. Now he's aiming at the all-time record for organized ball the 72 homers Joe Bnuman clouted at Roswell in the Longhorn League in 1954. And he has 30 games in which to get the necessary 17. For a NEW SEHSAT10N Try a ROCKET Demon- stration Today Let uj pay for your VACATION Pick up your OLDS at FACTORY SEE US FOR DETAILS RYAN OLDSMOBILE 3211 lit Avc. No. ABC Team Wins First Billings Little League Tournament The ABC Kids Shop of the Western Giants Little League won the first city tournament by defeating another team from the McPhee, Lonnie Stelllngwerf, Tom Dolan, Dale Scilley, Tim Rob- ertson and Coach Dick Robertson. Kneeling in front are Denny league, Broadwater Shopping Center, in finals of a playoff started Rainier, Danny Scilley, Berg, Reyn1 Lawson, Danny Cassidy, last Tuesday. ABC won, 6-2, on a two-hitter by Cardwcll Berg ns Dick Brickey hit a two-run homer. Left to at rear, are Coach Gilbert (Peck) McFarland, Brickley, Jeff Brasi, Jerry David Pippin and David Johnson. David Hellod and the bat boy, Bobby Spoorer, are not shown. Bid Is Extended to AAU Otficial For Competition in Red Capital MOSCOW invited Ihellce ruled that no Olympians could United Stales Monday to send a full track and field team on an all expenses paid trip here next July for a head-on clash with So- viet athletes. Leonid Kliomcnkov, chief of the Soviet sports committee on alh-j wouldn't submit to finger print- Iclics, said that "Americans go overseas this summer. don't know about a trip. After our weight lifters went over the Russians were sup- Baseball Standings PIONEER LEAGUE MfiHlc Val. 5f. 4C .R19 Boise .520 Mlssouln 50 51 .195 53 49 .520 Itla. Falls 50 5'J .485 5.1 SI .SlOlPocatollo A3 59 .422 posed to send a team !they didn't do il bee; here but icause they In discussing a return trip to the United States, Korobkov said "Americans could pick any city they like to entertain us in our return visit such as New York, Chicago, San Francisco or Los Angeles." A U. S, trip to Russia on this basis might be hampered by the American law requiring finger- printing before granting visas. The Russian government has con- tinually balked at this procedure and declined invitations because of this. send as many ,is they like." He said that Iho invitation, extended through Dan Ferris, secrctary- treasurer, of the Amateur Athletic Union, also has a provision for 1958 it the United Slates is un- able, to send a squad next summer. Soviet Olympic Coach Gabriel Korobkov said Russia would like to have a home-and-home series like they have with Britain. Korobkov offered the use of the new Lenin Stadium, where the So- viet is currently holding Sparla- kiad, her version of the Olympic trials. The Russians stated they were willing to pay all expenses to fly u team to Moscow and to house them during the compctf tion. The Russian coach said the July date would fit in Ideally with the end of the U. S. Irack season. (In New York Ferris said he had not received an invitation from the Russians since last year but ho thought it would be pos- sible to send a (cam to Moscow In 1957. (''I think our track and field'at Camp, Perry, Ohio. MONPAY'S HF.SDr.TS Billing 3. Pocalello 2. 4, Dolsc 3. 8nlt Lake G, Mlssoulft I. Great Falls 9, MoKlo Vnllo- 1. GAMES' Ball l.akt> ivt MlsstwlB. IlotBC at Malm Falls. Mnglc VBlloy 01 Oreol Fall.s. Pucaccllo nl ULlUnKR. AMERICAN LEAGUli Montana Enters Shooting Events HELENA W Montana will be represented this month at both the national pistol and rifle matches for service teams when the shooting starts this weekend committee and finance committee would bo happy to receive such an Ferris said. "They wanted us to send a team over this summer, but our reply was that we were too busy raising funds to send the Olympic team to Melbourne to finance such a trip. In addition, the Olympic Commit- TICKETS for the American Legion Section "D" Baseball Tournament at COBB FIELD Aug. 25-28 Now available at: The Srockman Q's Sporr Shop American Legion Club Box Seats General Bleacher Seats 85c High School Students 50c STATE CHAMPIONS FROM T 2 WESTERN STATES, HAWAII AND ALASKA iliings Teams To Enter Meet Two Billings Men's Softball teams will represent District 7 and 8 in the State Softball Tourn- ament at Havre Tuesday, Wednes- day and Thursday. The Heno Club of Billings, win- ner of the District 7 champion- ships, successfully defended its championship Saturday mid Sun- day against the (iOO Club of Miles City, who was runner-up in Dis- trict 8 and challenged the lieno Club. Saturday the Reno Club heat the 000 Club 11 to 2 and Sunday Cleveland notion W. b. Pel 73 38 .658 Detroit 63 -15 .583 Baltimore 62 47 ,569 Wiull'glnn 56 50 ,528 Kail. City W. L. Pot. 32 3D .47J TUKSnAY'8 GAMES Chicago al Kansas City Uctroll nt Cleveland WafihlnBtou nl Baltimore Boston at New York NATIONAL LEAGUE W, L. Pet. Milwaukee Gfy 42 .611 Ptilla'L'liia 52 55 .48! Brooklyn M .n'.SSJiPlllslnirBh AH 61 Cincinnati 6.1 47 .573 Chicago 44 62 .41! St. Louis 55 54 .HOSJNcw York M 6C ,371 MONDAY'S KEBULTS Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 1. Brooklyn at New York, postponed, rain Only games BChciLulcd. TUESDAY'S GAMK.S New York nt Brooklyn PKlslmirli nl Philadelphia (2. Cincinnati at Chicago. Milwaukee at St. Louis AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet.I Denver 73 51 .580 St. Pnul Inil'npolls 70 51 .579 Charlestnn 62 59 .512 Wlclilln W. L. Pet 5B .504 they defeated them 9 lo 2. The runner-up in District 7, the Mile-Awny Rainier Club of Billinys, challenged the cham- pionship team of District 8, the Kcglcr Club. The Mile-Away Rai- nier team defeated (lie Kcglcrs 10 to 2 on Friday and 8 to 6 on Sat- urday. Playing with the Reno Club are Stan Miller, John Larson, Frank Clark, Bob Orlando, Paul Schmaltz, Don Moore, Kenneth Rambold, Billy Spencer, Jack Skinner, Frank Wiley, Glenn Schcihing, George Hiebor, Bob Dillon, Lloyd Dooley, Ed Jones. John Ilanchett, Otto Low and Jerry Olson. On the Mile-Awny Rainier team are Donald Vladic, Robert Rux, Richard Parot, Ray Doherty, Bob Kalina, Hank Gabel, Dick Gabel, Jim Peterson, Larry Pratt, Rus- sell Hein, Thomns Vladie, Don DuBeau, George 'Krug, Jim lArnett and Lcc Chalwood. TIP SHEET Don't mils the biggest bargain TIRE SALE in Billingt now going on EMPIRE TIRE GO. 7it N.'at 24th St. Maj. Gen. K. II. Mitchell, slate ndjiiUnl, said Ihi.s will be the first time Hull Montana's National Guardsmen will represent the state in both Ihc minimi service pisloi and rifle matches. Members of both teams have been ordered to active duty for llie two-week period. They will compete as teams in the regular service matches. Several plan lo enter individual matches. The Montana pistol team leaves Helena Tuesday for the Ohio lake- front camp, returning Aug. 27. II includes: Lt. Col, Charles W. Cnspcr, Headquarters detachment, lelcua; Capt. Donald J. Lynch, Headquarters, 3rd Battalion, 103rd Armored Cavalry, Glcndive; 1st Lt. Oarrcll V. Hoover, Co. I, 103rd Armored Cavalry, Glcndive; M. Sgl. Allen N. Denlon, 443rd Ar- mored Field Avilllcry Battalion, Deer Lodge; SP-2 David A. Wing, Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, lG3rd Armored Cavalry, Bozeman; and SP-3 Jack P. Ilnnks, Hcadqunr- :crs, 2nd Battalion, K53rd Armored Cavalry, Bozcman. The HiHe team Including the following men will leave Montana AUK. 22, returning home Sept. 8. Capt. Thomas C. Hethcrinston, Headquarters Baltcry, Field Arlillery Battalion, Knlisncll; 2nd Lt. Robert R. Hill, Headquarters, IfiUrd Armored' Cavalry Battalion, Bozemnn; M. Sgt. Emil K. Arch- cr, Headquarters, 3rd liallalion, Armored Cavalry, Billings. Sgt. Warren K. Cnlhoun, Head- quarters Battery, 443rd Armored Kield Artillery Battalion, Missou- la; M, George W, Mtuirer, Ileadcjuarlers Battery, 443rd Ar- mored Field Artillery Baltnlion, Missoula; M. Sgt. George R. Haynes, Tank Co., 1st Battalion, 163rd Armored Cavalry, Mails- SFC Charles W. Delano, Co. D, I63rd Armored Cavalry, Dillon; and SP-3 James li. Conley, Co. E., 103rd Armored Cavalry, Havre. Ageless Satchel Paige Pitches One-Hitler For International Win MIAMI, Fla. MI Ageless Satch- el Paige floiiled father time Mon- day night by pitching a 4-0 one- hiltcr for Miami over Rochester in tho 7-inning opener of an Inter- national League donbleheader. The win was Pnlge's 10th against three losses and brought h i s earned run overage lo 1.50. The gangling, fifty-lsh Negro took plenty .of Mine between his pilches. The only Rochester play cr to get a hit oft Paigo wns Ton Burgess who singled In tho 4th. i MdNDitY'B HESIJLTS Otnalia 5, I.oul.svllle 1. Wichita 2. St. Pnul 9-3, Denver 2-1. Indianapolis 10, Minneapolis 5. I'ACIFIC COAST LEAGUE w. L. PCI. w. r.------ 86 45 .656 aac'mcnto 5970.457 Scnlllc 73 57 ,562 San Dleuo 59 71 .451 Hollywood 67 59 .532 8. Fr'clsco 5771.445 PoiUMUl Cl 67 .477 VancC-UYCI S'lNDAV'S nESIII.TS Hollywood C-5, Son Francisco 0-3. l.os AnBelfls 4-7. Sacramento 3-1. Vancouver 15-3. Seattli1 7-2. Ban Diego 8-10, Portland 4-8, Pocatello Miscues Contribute To Pitcher's Birthday Victory Braves Defeat Redlegs, 5 to 1 MILWAUKEE W) The Nation- al League leading Milwaukee Braves Monday night temporarily at least dulled a threat by Cin- cinnati by beating the Kedlegs for the third straight time, 5-1, on the strength of Del Crandall's 2-run homer. A crowd of which" set a new four-game series attendance record of watched rookie Taylor Phillips notch his third Major League victory without a setback. Crandall and Dahny of whom Redlegs' Manager Birdie Tebbets once said, "they murder the baiting muscle Phillips needed to go all the way. Crandall's 13th homer with a man on in the 6th broke a 1-1 tic after his long sacrifice fly had tied the score in the 2nd. O'Con- nell drove in the Braves' final two runs it! the 8th with a bases load- ed single. Frank Robinson's 20lh home run in the first kept the Redlegs from being shut out. Phillips, a 23-year-old southpaw up from Wichita, scattered seven hits and walked only two. The loser was Johnny Klippstein, who started and was taken out for a pinch hitter in the Gth. His rec- ord now is 10-9. Robinson, who had gone 1 for 10 in the first three games of the series, collected four hits, includ- ing his homer. Crmulall's home run Into the leftfield bleachers in the Oth after Thomson had walked sent the Braves into a 3-1 lead. Tommy Hull pitched himself a fine birthday present Monday night in Cobb field, beating the Poeatello Athletics, 3 to 2. It was Hull's 18th win of the season and it was his 20th birthday. Hull, who has lost only six games, found the road to number 18 rocky and rough, giving up a total of nine hits, but he was at his best with men on base as he went all the way for the second- place Mustangs. John Wyatt turned in a good performance for the last-place Athletics, holding the Mustangs to six hits, but faulty fielding let in the tying and winning run in the seventh inning. The game was the first of an 11-game home stand for the Mus- tangs who play host to the Ath- letics again Tuesday night. Dick Donnelly is to go for the Mus- tangs and Pete Simone for the visitors. The Athletics took a two-run lead in the fourth inning Monday night when Gordon MacKenzie worked Hull for one of the three walks in the game and then Mike Coppola blasted a home run over the Scoreboard. The powerful blow over the left field wall was good for 585 in fence money for the Pocatello strong man. Billings came back in the bot- tom of the fifth for one run. Ellis Burton walked, went to third on a single by Ron George and scored on a single by George Matile. 3. B .Bayi 8. 2, 4. A-730. BEES TROUNCE'MACKS MISSOULA OJ.B The Salt Lake Bees won an easy 6-to-l vic- tory over the hosting Missoula Timberjacks Monday night on the pitching arrn of Bob Fredericks and three Missoula errors. The Timberjacks collected sev- en hits off Fredericks, but man- aged their only tally in the sec- ond frame. Pitcher Don Schneid- er was held for the hometown team's defeat. Salt Lake's Mel Geho garnered the game's only homer in the ninth inning. Harris e FarrJck !lj 5030 MUiouIa ab h 0 a 5 1162 Snqnd ct Ltebler If 4211 Abmthy Moskus Oeho ss 3040 5200 Bennetch rf 5200 Seph 3b 4102 Lucchesi cf 4120 Frederick p 3312 Tolnl! Sail Lake 4018211 Vndrsee Womacfc Ib Wlhrspn rf 4 2 1 0 EspEnosa S5 4021 Schnelter p 3202 Tolnl! 307277 iM ooo 010 000 R Leibler 2, Moikus, Oeho, Bennetcli, Lucchesi, Woinack. E Vanderaee. Epirosa, McKeon. RBI Gcho 2, eelph 2. Bennetch, Frederick, Weatherspoon. 2B Womick, Llcbler. Bennetch, IMjili. Lucchesi. FIR Geho. SB Llebfer. S Abernalhy. DP Liebler ind Mos- kus. Left Salt Lake 11, Missoula 5. BB Schnetler 6, Frederick 3. SO Schnelter 7. Frederick 11. ER fiehnlet- er 6, Frederick 1, ELECTS DRUB 'POKES GREAT The Great Falls Electrics paved the league leading margin of the Mag- ic Valey Cowboys by thumping the Pokes, 9-1, Monday night. Magic Valley leads by three Temple 2b 4134 Slugger Bids for Lead NEW YORK Ml Wally Moon, I. Louis' speedy outfielder, is the alest Cardinal player to make a )ld for National League batting lips Kllp 2. 3. KOWler 1, KHpp.steln 4 in 6, Fowler 3 in 1 2-3. Gross 0 'In 0 (pitched to 1 in alto, Jcti- coat 0 In 1-3. 3-2. fowl- er 2-2. Gross 0-0, Jeffcoal 0-0, Phillips l-l. Phillips Moon gamed 11 points during Ihe-sietn. uo- -o I m i in vcck to hoost his average lo .327 ml challenge Milwaukee's Hank Aaron, vyho lends the league with 340. Figures include games hrough Sunday. The parade of St. Louis balling itle aspirants started when Rip lepulski grabbed the lead early in he season, only to injure his hand nnd subsequently relinquish his po- ;ilion, Ken Boyer was the next Red Ttoblnscn IF 4430 Logan s: Bell cl 4 0 X D Aaron i KlszVGkl Ib 4 0 6 0 Mathcw: Post rt nailcy c Orninis 3b _ _ McMillan ss 3110 KlTlpstcln p 2002 Mltrcnukre ab h 0 a O'Cnnll 2b 510; i 31) Ib _ c-Manlllla .0000 0010 2120 3070 2201 Thomson Brviton Klppstclll _ _ a-Palys 0000 Crnnnall _ Gross p 0000 Phillips p 3021 Jcltcont p 0000 h-JnblonEkl 1 0 0 Of J3 7 V W Tolali 30 1 27 It a-Walked for Kllppsleln In 7th. b-Flled out for Jeffcoat [n 9Lh. c-Kan for Adccck In 6th. CinclnoDll............... 100 (WO Milwaukee 010 00? AdcccV, Thomson 2. Crandall 2. Crandall 3. O'Cc-nnell 2. Aclcock. Crandall. ton, 8, Mil- waukee 9. 5, Gross 1, Phil- Bint, to move into the thick of contention, but he, too, went into a lailspin after setting the pace, six-time champion Stan Musial overcame a slow start and later 'orgcd to the front. After Musial lost ground, Cin- cinnati's Ed Bailey look over the op slot before Aaron streaked ahead on July 24. Moon, in his third season with he Cards, collected IS hits in 34 rips last week in advancing from 'ifth place. The New York Yankees-' Mickey Mantle continues td hold a com- 'or I able advantage in the Ameri- can League baiting race. Mantle heads that department with a .371 average, followed by Boston's tem- pestuous Ted Williams, runnenip nt .354. Mantle also is tops in home For Tournament Pairings Made YORK, Neb. Ml Rock Springs, Wyo., and the Kansas City Life team of Denver will play the open- ng game in the American Legion four-state baseball tournament liere Saturday at p.m. (MST) Pairings announced Monday cai! ror the second game at p.m. Saturday, between Hastings, Neb., and Carlsbad, N. M. The losers will play Sunday aft ernoon and the winners' game o: :lie double elimination tournament .vill be played Sunday night. The winners of the tournameni go to the sectional legion tour- nament at Billings, Mont., later this month. runs with 41 and nms batted with in Winners Listed of the first annual, handicap staged by the Sidney Bow Hunters? Club have been announced. Top honors were won by B.ud Mitten, with Gordon Quilling'! Carl Rein and Sterling Swignrt following In Hint order. Quilling won the straightaway scoring honors with Howard Ol- son taking the novelty shoot. In the careless seventh, the Sames- Tied for second after Mon- day night's play are Great Falls and Billings. Al Norris hit his second grand- slam homer in three nights. It came in the fifth to climax a five- run rally for the Electrics. Ron Stuart homered for Great Falls with nobody on in the first. It went over the right field fence, 348 feet from home plate. Magic Valley's only run came when Paul Martin opened the fifth with a single and scored on a tri- ple by Fred Babb. Bob Stark hurled the Great Falls victory, spacing eight hits in hanging up his seventh win against three defeats. Martin was charged vyilh the loss, his seventh against nine victories. Bob Shaffer finished up on the mound for Mag- Mustangs scored two runs on no hits, three walks and two errors and Pocatello first baseman Jim Barrett had to don the goat horns. Earl Fackler walked and Burton lit a ground ball to Barrett. Bar- rett fired the ball into left-center lield trying to get Fackler at second base. Fackler continued around to third and Burton went o second. Ron George was then inten- ionally walked to load the bases and George Matile hit a ground jail to Barrett at first. Barrett Jred the ball home but threw wide of the plate, letting Facklcr and Burton score before the ball could bs; retrieved. The Mustangs will be without :he services of two players during :he series, Maury Enright, club Jusiness manager, said. Lefty pitcher Ronnie May suf- fered an emergency appendec- tomy Monday night and will be out for the remainder of the sea- son. Outfielder John Stevenson has a sprained nnkle and will niss the next three or four games, he said. Pocatello Plarskl cf 4030 McKenzle ss 3102 Coppola rf 4200 Kb h 0 a 5120 RJlnuon Stringer 2b 3235 Watts rf 3101 3arrelt Ib 41110 Fackter el 4020 Burton 2b 4153 GeorKe Ib 3191 ic Valley. Magic Vnlle? Bnbb cl llftrnlon rf 4 i 2 0 h o a 5110 Browne Wiley Plcclono 3b 2000 Shmrt c( 4140 3 0 10 0 Pascal Ib Mauney e Wrhjht 11 Hrtnm 3140 McColler 2b 4213 Martin p 2100 Shaffer p 0002 aCloud Total! Bb h o a 3120 5124 3320 310 2040 __ 0040 A.Norrls Sb 3 1 2 ,1 Vndrvliie Ib 4 0100 4110 4102 S.1 3 (7 11 Hay 3b J.Norrls If Stark p ToUti a-sliuck out for Shaffer In 91 h Maglo Valley 000 (110 Crrnt Falls 100 052 Marlln. Browne. Wiley, steuart 2, I MSU Invites Candidates For Football Workoiits MISSOULA (ffi Invitations were mailed Monday to 46 pro- spective Montana State Univer- sity football players to start drill- ing at Dombjaser Field Sept. 1. New prospects Include James ilershey, 230-pound tackle, 6-1 tall, from Texas College, Tyler, Tex., recently discharged from the Army; Chet McKelvie, a quar- terback from Valley, Calif., Junior College, and Pat Monno, half- back, former Anaconda All-State star, now at Fresno, Calif. Giant Catcher Is Suspended NEW YORK Jim Mangan, third string catcher of the New York Giants, who said Manager Bill Rigney "is the worst man- ager I ever played Monday was suspended indefinitely by Club President Horace Stonehani "Mangan is suspended as of to- day until further notice hecause of-his act in leaving the club at Pittsburgh Stoneham's notice read. No mention was made of the 25-year-old sub's re- to newspapermen. Mangan, who was purchased from Pittsburgh, left at the end of the 2nd inning of the first game of a doubleheader with the Pi- rates, telling Rigney he could not "stand it any more." He stayed away from the park during the entire second game but returned to New York with the team. The San Franciscan has seen little action this season. Bobby Bragan, manager of the Pirates, said "This follows a pat- tern. This fellow told off Branch Rickey last year." Following this blowup, Mangan, who was owned by the Pirates and was playing for Hollywood in the Pacific Coast League, was sent down to El Paso in the West Texas-New Mexico League. Mangan batted .245 for Holly- wood last year. YELLOWSTONE MOTOR SALfS SIKVICI Ray, Stommen. A. Norrls. stark 2. E Plcciano. RBI Babli, Browne, wilev 2, fitunrt, stammen, A. Norrla 4. 2B Mc- Cotter. Hay. Browne. 3B Babb. HR 3111 Hull p 0000 0 0 0 01 23 3 24 Totall a-Wnlked for Wyalt In 9th. b-Ran for Janocha In 9th Pocnlello W.Jhnsn If 401 a. SI Stuart. A. Norrls. DP A. Horrla Wiley 0 5 0 and Vandervelde. Lelt Maulc Valey I I0' Falls 6' BB stark 4, Martin CM 200 nirs ooo 010 R McKenzle, Coppola, Fackler, Bur- Ion 2. E McKcnzie, Barittt 2. 2BFT Stringer, Ala. Burton. HR Coppola. RBI Coppula 2. MMllle 1. 81! Ala, Brocket. SB Cnscy, Fackler. DP Stringer to Barrett 2. R. Johnson to Burton to George 1. LOB PocateHo 8. 1010 4. Shaffer 1. SO Slark 7, Marlln 7. Sliaffer 3. HO Martin 5 In 4 2-3; Shaf- fer 4 In 3 1-3. ER siark 1. Martin 1, Shaffer 2. SP Shaffer. HPB Hart- man by stark; Oermann by Shaffer. PB Mauney. Loser Martin. Bllllnus 12. S ge 1. O Wyatt 4. Hull 4. Vacation Trailer RENTALS 2-3 WIci. Notice Required Billings ficlusrye Vocotion Trailer Headquarters SPEED MOBtLHOMES and BOATS 2ZIO 4th Avo. N. BB off WyaU fl, Hull 3. ER Wyalt 1, Hull 2. U: Bcni and Herkel RUSSETS EDGE BKAVES IDAHO FALLS Colone's sacrifice run in the seventh inning sent home the winning run Mon- day night as Idaho Falls beat Boise 4-3 in a Pioneer Le a g n c game. Colone's sacrifice scored Boh Johnson, who led off the Inning with a three-bagger. Idaho Falls had scored two runs in the third and one more in the fifth. Boise scored its three runs in. the sixth inning. Bob Jacobs andj Bob Jacoby each hit s' FAIR WEEK Specials! r j MEN'S SUMMER WEAR JUUUUS CINU J ODD jacooy encn nit singles andji I nCfM f> f both scored on a three-bagger REGROUPED! REPRICED! Rufus Johnson. Two walks filled the sacks and Johnson scored from third on an infield out. BOISE IDAHO FAI.L5 abnn n ab h 0 a Jacobs :b 5143 srfirodr n 3 0 2 4' I Jacoby If 4220 Jolmson 3b 3 2 0 0 Johnson cl 4 1 1 0 Colone Ib 2060 y Williams 3b 1 0 2 liMntosky it Rouse Ib 305 OIGrcen cf 4 1 1 OP Dennis rt 4 0 0 If 4310IO DLckctt BS 401 3iGLlrhrt.'t 2b 4 1 1 2 Uecker c 418 Oicinlto o 4 1 9 0 Summer Suits 301 1 Bnvs p I Cl 0 Oi 53 Rl Tobli 2200 30 10 S7 Cotirscy p a-Kinp a-Flled out for Conrspy In