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Independent, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaSlams into Amateur finals Brookline mass. W or. Frank Bud Taylor a 40 year old Pomona Cal dentist taking one last crack at Golling glory and Hillman Robbins a Memphis Man with the looks and nerves of a Mississippi Gambler battled their Way into the finals of the . Amateur Golf Champion ship yesterday. Taylor army colonel when he was presi tent Eisenhower s dentist1 in from 2 Down on the 21st Hole to win eight of the last 10 of them with putt his Way to a 5 and 4 Triumph Over Pic Mason Rudolph of Memphis Tenn. The 25-year-old Robbins a slender 140-Pounder who is an air Force lieutenant came from 2 Down As late As the 29th Hole to Blackjack collegiate Champion Rex Baxter of am Anllo Tex., 2 up. So it will be Taylor a weary 145-Pounder who admits he is dead tired of the gruelling demands of competitive Golf against the poker faced tennessean in today s 36 Hole finals Over the Sun baked Hills and valleys of the country club. Taylor pulled it out with his Putter. Not a Long hitter he spotted the husky Rudolph 17 years and As much As 70 Yards on their drives. But coming Down the stretch he whacked the youngster with three consecutive birdies and won eight of the last 10 holes in a one Over Par perform Ance. It left him six under Par for the 121 holes to has played to win seven matches Enro Ute to the final. Robbins did i menace Pap being eight Over the card in beating Baxter. But he did keep the pressure on the kid from Texas to such a degree that Baxter building a reputation As a match player of the stamp of Lawson Little and Bobby Jones finally buckled. The Burly Baxter chopped his Way to four straight bogeys to go 2 Down won the 35th but then hacked up the 36th with a double bogey to Bow out Robbins had a on the Par 72 course while Baxter shot a 76-78-154. As they teed off in Bright Sunshine Taylor s face was drawn and he. Moved lethargic ally. Yet he jumped into a Quick 2 up Lead against the bespectacled Rudolph As the youngster bogeyed the second by hitting Over the Green and the third by catching the rough with his drive. Impassive and wearing a big Bath Towel around his neck Between shots the Burly Rudolph Cut his deficit to 1 Down with a 30-foot Birdie putt on the sixth. He squared the match on the eighth with a Par As Taylor took three from 15 feet missing from 18 inches As he stabbed his putt Rudolph went on top on the 10th, hitting to the Green from deep in the Woods while Taylor trapped his approach for a losing bogey. Rudolph lost that Edge when he hit Over the Green on the 13th for a bogey which evened the match. They halved the 14th with birdies wedging to within five feet and parred the rest of the Way to stand level at the mid Way luncheon break. Dudd Tiftz Taylor narrowly putt on Page 9 saturday sept. 14, 1957, Bob Sharer Edito scrum closes week by Dover Mauldin pc s Grinders wound up their second week of practice yesterday with a full scale scrimmage. The golds outscored the greens 12-7, As coach Al Learne alternated four teams in the hour Long Drill. The defensive play dominated the scrimmage. Don Bevilacqua from Alham Bra was running effective from halfback however. Bill Miller and Pat Lovejo shone at quarterback halfback Art Tiger Robinson 14 pounds of determination an receptiveness was running an tackling All Over the place an ends Rod Burruel Phil Zorn skip Harrington and Home Greene looked Good. On the line Learned pleased with the work by great Dick John Howes Joe Howard and Jack Plamondon. Bevilacqua sparked the Green team to its Only tally with Sony Fine running. The golds scored tic or first touchdown on a 60-Yard pass play Charley Bradford to Burruel. They scored again on a 30-Yard pass from Miller to Jay Lawrence. The lancers Are starting to shape up a bit now. It s be ginning to look As though they will be blessed with balance Miller has a touch of class As a signal caller there s a Good crop of end candidates and the Middle of the line is fortified with some Able boys possessed of considerable beef. Whether or not the lancers would have an effective run Ning game was naturally a source of no Little concern to the pc staff. But judging from the Way Bevilacqua Brad Ford Chuck Magnuson Robin son Dick Hooiser and Ken Ca Terino have been running to Date the lancers could come up with a respectable ground attack. The Center is probably l e a r n e i s biggest but Johnny Helms a top candidate for that Job who has been out with the flu Nightmare keeps Dick Mayer out of fall session fort Worth Tex. In the wife of . Open Cham Pion. Dick Mayer said yester Day that the reason he dropped out of the fall professional golfers tour was be cause he had a Nightmare jumped out of bed and disabled himself. Most Mayer disclosed in an interview with the fort Worth press that the Inci Dent happened last week in old Greenwich conn., where they were visiting Orientis. She said Mayer dived out of bed during the night and into a Radiator. He suffered a Cut on his head hand and knee she said. The injuries were not serious but were severe enough to keep him off the fall said tour she indefinitely. She explained what will be Back monday to help bolster the position. I meet Little halfback from Montebello who dislocated 11 shoulder thursday will be out of action for weeks Bui Bonhar top flight fullback who had been Side lined will be Back in action on monday with school open inc monday the to infers will Start holding Only one Drill two More candidates joined the squad boosting the total to 77 they Are Dave Knowles. Halfback Transfer from Tennessee state College. Ami onry nil Man. Former Arcadia hic i renter the new electric scoreboard Jit the of he Field is now up really happened to Clear up conflicting reports. Mayer a member of the . Ryder cup team has 3een devoting his time since he Accident to training for the matches which will be held oct. 3-4 in England mrs. Mayer said. Rams clobber 49ers, 58-27 Hahn still sure bums coming los Angeles. County supervisor Kenneth Hahn said yesterday the Board of super visors had agreed to spend up to for Access roads into Chavez Ravine site of a proposed major league baseball stadium for the Brooklyn dodgers. Hahn s announcement came As both City and county officials prepared to submit their first formal bid to get the 3odgers Here for opening of he 1958 National league base Ball season. I am still completely confident the dodgers Are com ing he said. Businessman negotiator har ild c. Mcclellan said earlier hat numerous approaches for a meeting of minds were bang tried so that an offer could be made direct to dodger own r Walter o Malley. He said he asked to o Malley again tues Day. Hahn said he was making is announcement now to dispel rumours and fears that be Are going to lose the Dodg the county s part in bringing major league base Ball Here is now he added. We be assumed our share of getting the Brooklyn Hahn an ardent Booster of he dodgers proposal head obtained support for majority vote among super i ors but conceded that he air Ian John Anson Ford and us press Erv isor Burton w. Chace were Only lukewarm All expenditure. On the base he said would me out of 40 million dollars Gas tax funds the aunty receives annually it Ould be turned Over to the to for construction of the ass roads into Chavez Ravine of the Hollywood and Pasa Ena freeways. The supervisor said he would Lay the information of Mcellan for his negotiations the o Malisey. Mcclellan then said As on As a package Deal that Ems to meet the desires the sides is agreed on i la bit it to the City Council and by will hold a regular session with the press present to Ake a firm offer to or Malley. Mantle Down but far from out York Yankee slugger Mickey Mantle Back in the lineup yesterday for the first time his recent hospitalization for Shin splits swings drops to the an assist from Chicago White sox Catcher Sherm Lollar and gets Back to his feet after fouling a pitch off his left leg. Mickey got Back to the work at hand after his first inning Yankee stadium doubled to score a teammate with the first the game As the yanks clobbered the Chison 7-1. Yanks Bury Chison 7-1 braves cards dumped associated press Milwaukee s braves edged closer to the National league Pennant despite a 5-1 beating rom Brooklyn last night As he second place St. Louis cardinals blew a 2-0 Lead and lost to the new York giants 7-3. I the american league Ture. Came into focus As new York Yankees tipped Chi Cago 7-1, in of their showdown series for a bulging six game Lead Over the White x the braves retaining a tanforan Cap lures 9 today san Bruno Calif. In nine Good stakes horses go to the Post at tanforan today in the Peninsula Handicap with George Newell s How now slated for the favorite s role. Others named for the six fur Long sprint Are Buford Lassa Noreski Captain Bam bold Bazooka head Man Hil Lary and Battle dance. How now will carry top weight of 125 pounds with Ray times in order to ret settled. Hell be Nyji hark and ready to co monday however Fol k in the Saddle. Arbitrators branded phonies by o Connor san Francisco. In Leslie such a revised circuit would o Connor president of the Pacific coast league yesterday branded baseball s arbitration Hoard As phony and said his Loop might not recognize it. As now set up the seven Man group in t an arbitration Hoard at o Connor said of the commission which is empowered to decide How much Money the league and teams should receive in damages if certain pc cities Are put out of business by the proposed shift of the giants and Dodg ers to the coast. O Connor also said the league in considering re aligning into a Northern and Southern division u the move lakes pm acc function with six clubs in each Section with a playoff deciding the pc Winner. Arbitration is supposed to be handled Man acting As a quasi judge and not. Representing any particular o Connor declared. Baseball Law Calls Settle ment of such damages to be handled by a unit comprised of commissioner Ford Frick National association president George Trautman plus representatives of the league and clubs involved and a seventh Man to be named by the Board. The Only real arbitrator i see there would he this seventh snid o Connor n lawyer. Holmes snares guest tourney mrs. Jack Holmes of san Gabriel fired an s2 yesterday to capture the Low Gross title in the ladies guest Day tournament at san Gabriel country club. Low net in class a went to mrs. Roy Geiler with a 7s. She was followed William and mrs. Hamilton thatches 82. Low Gross in ass b was won by mrs. Varies Digby firing an 84 mrs. James Tuma took Low net Vith a 79. She was followed by mrs. Frank 82, and mrs George Clemenson and mrs a b. Pitman both with 86s no re leg owner Cincinnati Ohio of Powel Crosley jr., owner of the Cincinnati baseball team yesterday denied he was offered million for the Redlegs by a new York and you can make that an emphatic Froslev added. Samuel j. Lefrak 3fl, presi Dent of the Lefrak building -orp., said he bid for the red legs last i Only and had also offered to buy the giants. Tate pc Giles rejects bum demand for replay of Brave game Milwaukee. Ins National league president War Ren Giles yesterday turned Down a request by. Buzzy Bavasi vice president of the Brooklyn dodgers for a re play of thursday night s game Between Brooklyn and the Milwaukee braves. Bavasi had told Giles the game should be replayed in the. Interest of Justice the integrity of baseball and in fairness to All clubs in Contention for the the request was made after a couple of hassles in the game which Bavasi contends Cost the dodgers one or More the braves won the game 2-1, to increase their National league Lead to five games. One dispute took place in the fourth a play ended a dodger threat. The other occurred in the ninth when braves left fielder Wes Covington hit into what appeared to be a double play Only to have the Umpire Sav that time had been called. Giles denied the dodger request by telling Bavasi i cannot seriously undertake your Pic five game Edge Over the the cardinals now can win their first Flag since 1948 with any combination of victories and St. Louis defeats totalling 10. Both have 14 games to play. The Yankees with Mickey Mantle returning to the lineup and rapping a rib double and a triple that led to another run "9" for a magic number. Cincinnati Defeated Phila Delphia 8-7, and Pittsburgh swept a doubleheader from the Chicago cubs 4-1 and 2-1, in he other no games. Roy Sievers smashed his 37th and 3sth Home runs As Washington Defeated Kansas City 1-7, and Cleveland clobbered Van for 3 touchdowns f los Angeles. The los Angeles rams put a Friday the 13th hex on the san Francisco 4flers last night and rolled up a 58 to 27 professional football exhibition Vic tory the worst defeat in the history of the California rivals. They had to overcome a Fum he Jinx to . One first per Iod Fumble by Norman Van b Rocklin set up a 49er touch Down. Another produced a missed Field goal and a 2m period Bobble led to a 49er Field Oal. But a crushing and varied running attack and Van Brocklyn s dead Eye passing took the rams ahead in the first period and never let the buy area team get out in front. Van Brocklin passed of free touchdowns. Fullback tank younger blasted Over for to others and fullback Joe Marconi and halfback Tommy Wilson each scored once. Line Backer John Pardee scored touchdown by recovering a 49er Umble in the end zone. The rams were favored by loints. Brilliant 915-Yart the second period by san Francisco s j. A. Smith on a Kickoff return failed to Hake the rams and they jell the Field at h halftime. Atop a 31-21 score. More of a runaway for the rams. They poured on two touch Downs in each of the final periods one on a sensation ass play Van Brocklin to Leon Clark that covered 76 Yards to the 49er goal. Clarke ran most of it seeking to gra1 a 15-Yard pass from Van Brock in he tipped it up then aug h t behind a of defenders and went the. Rest of the Way molested. A. A. Tilde s passing produced two of the 49er touch Downs both to end. Clyde Conner. One covered 47 Yards the other 30 Yards. Ordie Soltau. Kicked Field oals of 47, and 33 Yards and conversions. Van has big night. The ram s. Paige. Cothren booted and missing a con version try for the first time i his pro career. Sporting a 3-1 exhibition record against 49ers 4-0 oing into last night s game he rams .literally1 the 49ers with a varied Dis play of smoothly executed running and pass plays the score by periods los Angeles 14 17 14 san Francisco 14. 7 3 touchdowns los j Angeles younger 39 younger 9 s Darke 76 Marconi Wilson 26 younger 4 Jundy 31 Pardee Points after touch owns cot Reri 7. Field goals Cothren. _ _ san Francisco touchdowns Conner 95" Kickoff Points after touchdowns held goal so Luau sports Roundup fair Ito . Los an erics is. N t Clytt sulm Senol 2 Portland trips Hollywood 5-4 Ore. Portland beavers nipped the Hollywood stars 5-4, in the i opening game of a Windup Pacific coast league last night. Auto apr Kiln Fly -----002 000 . Ulla my Flcik to 10mj 2 _ . So n. White Jill Yuikee is. Brooklyn. Ii Heck ii Hollywood 002 000 Portland 00 301 o 11 1 i Epper. Churn is and Naton. Jill Thorpe Nichols Marcues 9 Boston 16-3 in the Only other Al games played. Rain postponed Detroit at Baltimore. The braves who led 1-0 As Gene Conley one hit the Brooks for five gave the dodgers an unearned run in the sixth then lost their sixth in 10 games As Hie Brooks collected four in the seventh. Young Don Drysdale won his , Homer a lath tops for , t was clout i of the season. Aue the padres also scored Moron s grand Slammer Luins los Angeles 8-6 los Angeles. Three homers including a grand Slammer y Bill Moran paced the san Diego padres to an 8-g Victory the los Angeles Angels last night in a series opener at Wrigley Field. With a five hitter. Conley wingless since 11 and now 8-9 for the sea son was tagged for a two run be breaking double by Carl Furillo in the seventh. The big right hander gave up an intentional walk with two out but Hen Drysdale on Lour pitches to Load the bases. Don Mcmaho i relieved and a port 5 . 9 baseball los Banff frs san Dirac 2 . 5 Ciufi p. In fit . 21 Walkk Ler ski inc 4 is Lotts Kkt san Francisco .110 000 101 0 m Fox .1 12 6 12 inn nes taboo j 010 000 i 17 2 3 i 1 4 1 _ 30110 4103 recalado.3h t .1 0 l 3130 .lnran.2b i 1 3 ,1 Pacific coast league w. L. Pet. Francisco 100 -.606 a Vancouver a 96 fi.1 .5s2 Hollywood san 70 Mil so is .4s5 211 61 104 .370 39 .60 105 .364 40. Last mint s it stilts sen Diego a. Los Angeles 6. Portland 5. Hollywood 4. San Francisco 3, Sacramento 0.-.7c Seattle 4, Vancouver san Diego at los anger is or Giey Field. Hollywood at Portland. Seattle at Vancouver. Saramento at san Francisco. National w l pet. Wat Lee -s5 5v .fi07 Louis so .571 go 5 t 0 n i 0000 Lammers Hamrle. 4 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 f 1 0 .0 0 totals a 27 10 Tofili 35 a 27 15 5an Vleko too i0 i los an Elm .010 030 to want. Rib Harrell. Robinson. Pope 2, Jenkins. In inn. An Lerson Krill by. 2. Fanon harm Fri. Lint lev 2. Komlev Jenkins Moran. Wftrlf.1 3. To xes it. A i. 5, 1, inn rec for Ftp 2. W were of Psi. 0 72 .19.1 6 s 7.i .178 1 .101 29 3 is .351 3hi i _. 1-1, it Rooklyn 6. Milwaukee 1. New York 7. St. Louis 3. Cincinnati a. Philadelphia 7. Hits Murkli arid done is. 3-3 at cd Capo . And Hillman. Philadelphia Roberts. At Cin. Inti Lawrence Brooklyn Erskine. 4-2i Jet Milwaukee Burdette. New Antonelli 12-15 at St. Louis Myzell. Kansas Colv its .17fl -.177 new York 7. Chuchko i Waal Norton 11, Kanins cite 6, Cleveland if. Boat on 3, Detroit fat today s Gimp i 15-5 at new Vork stir Olivant Kowm City Garver. 5-12 flt Wash a Penn f Lumenal Nitro it stump. 1-0 Bill Timon o Dell. 2-10t. Fico Cranfi Mcash at Boston

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