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Louisville, Kentucky
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Saturday, April 16, 1960
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SECTION 2 S V O K T S COl.'KIEH-JOl.'nXAL, UHJISVIUJ;, KV., SATIIiDAV MOUMNC, APIW, 16, Til ; I c ""is-. ' . j -. . : ; i 'l x ' v- 4: f v feel ) -NUbuJ. JLmA r 1 I ni i a rm For Greensboro Lead tttff Pholo IV A I T I JV IM T I K JV T L V . . . Mary Long of Kalamazoo College quenches her thirst while (left to right) Rocky Sullivan and Martha Aulbach of the Kentucky Tennis Patrons Foundation's girls tennis team and Adrienne Hartl of Kalamazoo wait in line. The Patrons team defeated the Kalamazoo girls team 9-0 at the Fairgrounds last night. Perm Here Today Patrons' Gills All-Time Tennis Great To Play Arkinttall In An Exhibition Match At Hoat Qui All-time tennis great Fred Perry will meet new Louisville Boat Club pro Jack Arkinstall in an exhibition match on the L.B.C. courts at 2:30 p.m. today. Perry, now a teaching professional at 51 years of age, is ; one of few amateurs ever to win, in one year (1934), the Wim-bledon, U. S., Australian and French championships. Arkinstall, one of the 10 top-ranked pros in Australia, sue-" cceded Dale Lewis as L.B.C. pro. He arrived here last week to take over his new duties. , Perry will follow his exhibition with a clinic for young-'. sters of boat club members. He will be the guest for a dinner tonight, at which time he will speak on the subject "Can Rus-' sia Win The Davis Cup." ' Tomorrow, at 2 p.m. at Central Park, Perry will conduct , a city-wide clinic under auspices of the Kentucky Tennis Pa- trons Foundation and the City Recreation Division. There will be no admission charge. Romp 9-0 A girls team representing the Kentucky Tennis Patrons Foundation defeated the Kalamazoo (Mich.) College girls team 9-0 on the indoor courts at the Fairgrounds last night. The Kalamazoo team is on the start of a southern tour the start of a southern tour. Smoltl: Gall Del.or.tpr def. Ronemary Luther 8-3, 8-1- Rocky Sullivan clef. .Mrs. Mary Kik IM. 6-1; Terkie Wanner def. I.yune Emmoni 6-0. 6-3; Martha Aulbach dpf. Joe me Dlpple 6-1, 8-0; l ine William clef. Adrienne Hartl 6 3, 6-0: Sue Stafford def, Mary Long 6-0, 6-2. Doublet: DeLozlpr-Wainer def. Lu. Iher-Dipple 60, e-i: Sullivan-Aulhach def. Kik Kmmiini 6-1, 6-1; Wllliami Stafford def. Hart Lonir 6-2, 6-1. From Wire Ditpatchti Sam Snead, gunning for his seventh Greater Greensboro Open Golf Tournament victory, and Dow Finsterwald, seeking to repeat last spring's truimph, moved into the 36-hole lead yesterday at Greensboro, N. C, with eight-under par 134 totals. At the halfway mark of the $17,500 tournament they were one stroke ahead of Bob Goalby, Snead shot a five -under (jiolf par 66 while .... Finsterwald I Oil 11 IS had his second Itoilllflllll 67. Goalby turned in a 66, also. Kel Nagle, the Australian Open and P.G.A. champion, shot a 65 for the tourney's best round so far to move into seventh place. The low 63 pros shooting 149 Loiiiiville'i Hobby Mrholt, playing out of Midland, Texa, hot a 71 yfiterday in the Creeniboro Open, but hit 36-hole tcore of 150 failed to qualify him for lha final two round. The cutoff wai 149. Lexington'i Gay llrewer remained in contention uilh a 70 for a 141. or better survived the cut for the final two days' play. GREENSBORO LEADERS 134 Sam Snead, Dow Flnaterwald. 135 Bob Goalby. 137 l.en Woodward. 1M Thome Wood, Gary Player, nil Ken Eagle. 140 Paul Jarmer. 141 Stan Leonard, Billy Maxwell, Maann Hudolph, Al Balding, Gay Brewer. 142 Johnny Pott, Doug Sanden, Jull'ia Horoa. Hruce Crampton, Don Whltt, x-Urad Anderson. 143 Al Keaaelink, Charlei Prentice, Mike Snurhak. 144 Dick Stranahan, Eddie Laniteii, J. C, GooKle, John Huedi, Miller Barber, Gordon Jonet, x-Donald Smith. Other G oil University of Houston's Larry Beck, a sophomore, sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the final green to pull into a tie with Memphis State's Gene Dixon for the third round lead in the National Intercollegiate Tournament at Houston. Beck's rally gave him a 70 while Dixon shot a 73 for their 212 totals. f o II II I Pancho Gonzales, world's pro tennis champ since 1954, confirmed his recent announcement that he would quit Jack Kramer's touring troupe May 1. However, Gonzales said he might play in a few pro tournaments after that if they did not involve tourning, Gonzales' fu ture plans include going into the real estate business in California and his wedding on May 9. Gardnar Mulloy and Budge Patty advanced to the final of the men's doubles in the Monte Carlo Tournament by defeating Denmark's Torbcn and Jorgen Ulrich 4-6, 6-4, 6-1, 6-0. In the final they will meet Spain's Alberto Arrila and Andres Gimeno. Carter Surpasses Record In Shot Put Butler's Paul Carter heaved the shot put 52 feet, eight inches yesterday, surpassing the state high school record of 52-6V2, as the Bears downed Elizabeth town 70-48 in a dual meet. Carter also established a school record in the discus with a toss of 140 feet, one inch. The Bears' distance star, Don Matlock, came up with a couple of school marks. He covered the 880 in 2:07 and the mile in 4:41.8. Both times are the best recorded among state prep runners thus far this year. Neal Rippy also was a double winner for Butler, winning the pole vault (11-6) and the high jump (5-6). In other meets, K.M.I, took a 97 16 to 20 56 decision over Pleasure Ridge Park and Jof-fersonville routed Central 79-30. BUTLIR 70, ELIZABETHTOWN 41 High hurdles B. Maffet (E) 17.1; lOO-Ui-lght (Ul 11.2; mile Matlock (Hi 4:41.8; 880 relay Butler iMurhheit, Pryor, Taylor. Gray) 1:45.8; 440 Brliiht ( Bl IW.7; low hurdle Watera (K) 23.9; 680 Matlock (B) 2:07; 220 Jaggrrn (K) 25.2; mile relay Elliabethtown (Bankn, Frank, K. Maffet. Burnett) 3:50.2; thot put Carter (B) 52-8; dlacu Carter (Hi 140-1; pole vault Blppy (111 11-6; high lump Hippy IB) 5-6: broad lump BrlKht (B) 18-7. K.M.I. 17 1,4, PLEASURI RIDGE PARK 20 5 10-Curry (K) :10.6. 220-Johnston (K) :23.1. 440 Suk (K) -Mb. 880 Tuck-wilier ( K) 2:17.3. Low Hurdlea Curry (K) :22.6. High Hurdlet Crawford IK) At 2. Shot Put Routt (K) 42 feet. Ditcut Willlama (K) 138-7. Pole Vault Crawford (K) 9-8, High Jump (Tie) Lawa (K) and Stillwcll (Ki S. Broad Jump-Barne (Ki 18-11. 880 Relay Pieaaure Hlde (Slmcoe, Spencer, Per- kln, Workman) 1:45.5. Mile Relay K.M.I. (O'Connell, Tuckwlller, Suk, Curry) 3:56.8. JEFFERSONVIllE 7, CENTRAL 30 100-Weleh (J) 10.7; MO-BchoUi (J) 24 2; 440-Keed (C) 54.4; 180 Obremakey (Ji 2:10.4; mile-Sullivan (J) 4:43.6; high hurdle Bryant (J) 17.S; low hurdlei Bryant (J) 22.8; ahot put Koblnaon (J) 443; Pole vault Hobln-aon IJ) 11-8; high lump Welch (J) 6; broad lump-Welch (J) 21-3; 880 relay Jeff (McWllllama, Kchola, MeOhee, Welch) 1:38.8; mile relay Central (Ker-man, Croaa, Brown, O'Bannon) 3:49. BASEBALL Manual, which takes on archrival Male at 1:30 p.m. today at Shawnee Park, romped past Eastern 18 6. Waggcner defeated Seneca 7-3 Thursday. Paul Suhr got the win for the Crimsons, although he was relieved in the third inning by Sonny Watson. Ronnie Carroll had thrce-for-three, including two doubles, for Manual. Ross Lane had two-for-two, including one double. Mount Davis, with a triple, and Raymey Simpson, with two hits, were the hitting stars for Waggoner. Manual 330 140 711 14 Eaatern 0)1 200 0 4 II 3 Suhr, Wataon (3) and Carroll, Lane (6); Kay, McC'nnnell (2), Mouse (4), Caldwell (8) and Slnu. Wneener 170 103 9 7 1 Seneca 100 002 0 3 S 1 Adams, Lam Icy (5) and Georgehed, Relnatcdler and Heeht. MEN'S SAMPLE SHOES EJISCIIER'SH 310 W, JEFF., dossil again ENGLISH WALKERS SALE $20 00) Value for PORTO DRf s $1 095 Si Si XL Sob LEATHER LINED FULL GRAIN LEATHER SOLES , SEE OUR ' MEN'S ITALY IMPORTED tNGLAND SHOES FRANCE Values $15 to $30, Our Price $9.95 to $13.95 Fischer's 310 Wtil Jeffenon See What A Tlr.y Difference You Pay On The. li 1 1 NY OUT Ml H 41 ETl , IIO II Ki ft m": nm V V RAMBLER METROPOLITAN 11.80 wk. 16 M0NTHS-S199 DOWN Includei Kentucky tax and llcenie. Radio, heater, tu-tone, turn lifnali, white tlrea, electric wipert, air-foam teat and cigar lighter. DOUGLAS RAMBLER TINY BUT GHTY 3411 BARDSTOWN ROAO GL 4-4646 Open 5 A.M. to O I'.M. Mon..Tlnir. Oprn 21 Hours 1 ri-SiU. 0kmi Sunday 'Til 5 P.M. 20TH AND MARKET fxtra Large Nile Srawlerl , . Minnowa and Wormt JU 3"6374 All Typai Froien Bait If we ahould advertise 1000 ALL THE CAVIAR $ YOU CAN EAT We would not expect to find anyone Intereated BUTwe do have three pieces of tender juicy, golden brown SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN with lalad, vegetable, hot biicuiti, butter and honey IVERY WED., (AT., IV 1UN. $00 MRS. SWITZER'S 1159 S. 4TH 6 A.M.-10 P.M. NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT NEVER BEFORE . . . PERHAPS NEVER AGAIN . . . SUCH "GIVE-AWAY" PRICES ON FINE USED CARS ilii OadBBMAKlK) (TO 8 CARS ON SALE AT BOTH OUR HUGE LOTS; 930 South Second Street and 920 South Third Street. Extra salesmen on duty . . On-the-spot bank financing . . . open evenings 'til ? Hurry for best selection . . . many terrific values not advertised. These Cars At 930 So. Second St. These Cars At 920 So. Third Street 1955 FORD VICTORIA Now 1953 0LDS 88 Now Fordomalic, Radio, Heater, J-Tone, Whit C 4-Door, Hydramatic, Radio, Heoter, Whit S'ChC S.dewall Tirti. Woi $995. Qy J Sidewoll Tirei. Wai $495. yj 2-1954 FORD VICTORIAS Now 1957 FOrd FAIRLANE 500 Now Hatdtop WDoor. Fu..y E,uiPP.d. Wo, $QC StSi 110 $493. MURRT1 Am W k& wall Tire.. Wai $1495. A Real Steal. I I if IjftV 1954 CHEVROLET Now 1957 FOrd STATION WAGON Now 2K, scsS't." 295 Sffl'sr wiriSi1 H,a,,r' whi,i $995 1953 CHRYSLER Now 1958 FORD 300 TUDOR Now 4-D.or, Automatic Tran.mU.ion, Radio, $1 A ! Cfn'? ' VTd " ' IJrrj"'8 n $1 kAO C 1954 DODGE CORONET Now 1958 FORD STATION WAGON Now 4-Door, Automatic Trammiuion, Radio, jC Fordomalic, Radio, Heater, 2 Tone., Jl'JftjP Heattr, 2-Ton. Wat $495. J, J Whit Sidewoll Tirei. Clean. Wat $1595. I ajyj 1954 FORD STATION WAGON Now 1954 FOrd CUSTOM Now Straight Tranmiiion, Heater. Clean. $ f at? 8-Cylinder, Tudor, Straight Tranmiion, $affl C Wai $695. tf Radio, Heol.r. Wai $495. jLlf 3 1956 CADILLAC Sedan De Villa now 1958 CHEVROLET Now M. P$owV, Whlt. SidewaH Tir... Sharp, $ jS" SZTZl 2 1953 FORD Now 1956 BUCK SPECIAL Now Cuitom 8 Fordor, Radio, Heat.r. Real Steal. $lflP wi'jV' f'' "c"""' "l"' $OftC Wa. $39$. T I y 3 Jjj Sldwo11 T""' '"" S,"nB- W" Qy J 1957 FORD Now 1956 FORD VICTORIA Now SrwttsS'Z: $gg SiTtt'S;. HC$mr $id,wo" $895 155 USED CARS must mi WE ARE DESPERATE . . . BOTH OUR LOTS ARE LOADED TO THE SIDEWALKS WITH NEW CAR TRADE-INS. CAN'T PARK 'EM ON THE STREET . . . THEY'RE YOURS FOR A SONG! SreOAl IAS Efcrefrf) ran? fihi !ffi A w J I J I TAILORED TO FIT YOUR BUDGET.. NO MONEY DOWN . . .UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY BALANCE 1955 PONTIAC TUDOR Now $ Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Whit SidewaH Tirei. Wai $795. 595 1956 PONTIAC HARDTOP Now $ Tudor, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, 2-Ton, Whit Sidi wall Tir). Clean. Wai $1195. 895 1956 PLYMOUTH Now $ 4-Door, V-S Engine, Automatic Trammiuion, Heater. Nice. Wai $795. 495 1956 CHEVROLET . . Now $ 4 Door, 6-Cylinder, Straight Trammiuion, Radio, Heat-r, 2-Ton Paint, Whit SidewaH Tirei, Clean, Wat $995. 695 1957 BUICK SPECIAL ..Now $ Hardtop, 2-Door, Dynaflow, Radio, Heater, Whit SidewaH Tirei. Clean. Wai $1595. 1395 1959 BUICK INVICTA . Now$ Hardtop, 2-Door, Only 10,000 Milei. Power Equip ped and like Brand New. Wa $2995. 2595 BUSINESS IS TERRIFIC . . . AND WE'RE WORRIED SICK! Folks are trading old cars, new cars, mules, scooters, boats-everything on the sensational new 1960 Fords and Falcons. The trade-ins are stacking up and we're forced to take drastic action. It's like an old fashioned grab-bag . . . come early and bring your wife , . . pick out the car you want. You don't need cash. Most cars are no money down . . . take 24 months to pay. 1 956 FORD TUDOR . . . Now $ 8-Cylindcr, Heater, 2-Ton, Nice. A Real Steal. Wai $895. 695 1957 CHEV. STATION WAGON Now $ V-8 Engine, Powerglid, Radio, Healer, Clean at o Pin. Wai $1595. Better Hurryl 1345 SPECIAL GROUP OF OLDER MODELS '46, '47, '48, '49, '50, '51 OVER 15 TO CHOOSE FROM TAKE YOUR PICK $95 Full Price 1956 OlDS 88 FORDOR .Now $ Hydramatic, Rodio, Heater, 2-Ton, Whit SidewaH Tirei. Wai $1295. Belter Hurryl 895 1954 FORD STATION WAGON . Now $ 9-Pauengir, 4-Door, Radio, Heater, Overdrive, 2-Ton. Rum, looki and Drivei Good. Wai $795. Will Be Sold Firit Day. 595 . f? il n k A NA la) (3 U U V U L3 uu o 501 SO. THIRD STREET "ONCE A BUYfR, ALWAYS, A BUYER AT SUMMERS-HERRMANN" mm JU 5-3351 4

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