Asheville Citizen-Times from Asheville, North Carolina on February 22, 1959 · Page 14
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ASHEVILLE CITIZEN-TIMES J-B SUNDAY. FEB. 22. 1959 Favorites Advance In Net Action NEW YORK AP Defending ehamnion Dick Savilt and three members of Unci Sam's successful Davis Cup team Alex Olmedo. Barry Mackay and Earl Buch-holt Jr.. made it an all-favorites semifinal in the national indoor tennis championships Saturday. In the dank confines of the Seventh Regiment Armory drill shed the top-seeded Savitt will play fourth - seeded Buchholi, the world's best junior, Sunday. 01-medo and Mackay renew an old rivalry. The finals are Monday. Savitt. Uie towering ex-Wimbledon champion from New York, continued to display the most impressive tennis on the lightning fast boards as he breeezed past Jack Frost of Monterey, Calif., 8-0. S-3. Olmedo. the pride of Peru, outclassed Hugh Stewart of Pasadena, Calif.. 7-5, S-3. to uphold his No. 2 seeding. Mackay. from Dayton, Ohio, played spottily for a comeback 4-, 6-4, 6-1 triumph over 37-year-old Jaroslav Drobny of Egypt. Buchholi, St. Louis high school boy, topped Donald Dell Yale University junior, lfl-fl, J-3. The feature match Saturday will be that between Olmedo and Mackay. The latter beat Olmedo lr. a five-set thriller at Merion iast summer but the sensational Peruvian, who almost singlehand cdly captured the Davis Cup, has been ahead an their last three meetings. Mackay. although not in his best form, is more experienced on hardwood. But Olmedo is getting better each match. The 22-year old Peruvian had a few anxious moments against the 8-4, globetrotting Stewart, however, before be finally took command of trie match. Brit tl inn Deacons . Dave Budd and George Ritchie re waging a hot fight for individual scoring honors for the Deacon cagers. Budd is setting the pace with a 13.7 figure, but Ritchie is close behind with 13.1 SEASON OPENS APRIL 13 SEASON CLOSES SEPTEMBER 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE AO-STAB GAME IDLY 2M1 SUNDAY DATES UNDERLINES 1959 SCHEDULE 140 GAMES ST T AT T T AT AT AT ASHEVRtE CHARLESTON CHARLOTTE COLUMBUS JACKSONVILLE rNOXVtUE MACON SAVANNAH May 22 -23-24-25 May 26-27-2S Mar 7-8 12-11 Apr 2J-J4-2S-& April 1M4-15 Jot - Apr 27-28-2 ASHEVILLE JulT lO-ll-li July UM4-13-U Jimw 2M7-2S Junt 12-13- Junt 2-3 1-J Aim 15-14-17-18 t 24-25-26 Aaf. 27-28-29 A. U-14 Aoa, 1-.J July 22-224-2S-2j Ai 15-J4-17 Auf, 4-5-4 May 29-30-H. Aprl30 Jui 1 M- lS-lfr-lJ-U April 20-21-22 May 4-5-4 May 24-27-28 April 14-17-181 May 1-2-J CHARLESTON My 17-18 . July 3-4-i Ju 8-9-10-11 Junt 22-25-24-23 July 13-14-15-14 Juw 4-3-0.7. Junt 19-20-a Auo. Jfl-31 . 18-19-20 . July 29-30-31 Ai. 10-11-12 Auj. 27-28-29 July 27-28 Aug. 7-8-9 Spt 1 May 12-13-14 May 19-20-a April 13-14-15 April 23-24-25-2 May 7-8-9--ll May 22-23-24-25 April 27-28-29 Junt 29-30 CHARLOTTE My 4-7-8-9 Junt 2-J Junt 12-13-J1 Junt 24-27 -JJ July 10-11UJ Junt 15-14-17-18 July 1-2 Aug. 21-22-22 July 22-23-24-25-tt Aug. 1.2-3 Aug. 13- 14 Aug. 24-25-24 Aug. 4-5-4 Aug 15-16-17 April 30 ' May 12-13-14 April 16-17. 18-H April 27-28-29 May 1-2J May 22-23-24-23 Junt 29-30 May 15-14-17-18 May 24-27-28 COLUMBUS Ju 4-5-6-1 " 13-14-17-18 Junt 19-20-2J i July lO-ll-U July 1-2 July 3-4- July 13-14-15-1 July 27-28 Aug. 4-5-4 Aug. 7-8-2 Aug. 24-25-24 Aug, 15-14-17 Aug. 18-19-20 Aug. 27-28-29 " April 30 May 12-13-14 ! May 29-30-JA ' May 1-2-2 J"" 29-30 April 16-17-18-12 Junt 1 Apr! 27-28-29 May 26-27 28 May 15-16-17-18 JACKSOHVTLLE Ju 19-20-2i July 1-2 Junt 4-5-4-1 July 17-18-1J ( Junt 15-14-17-18 July 13-14-15-14 Jury J-4-5 Aug. 7-8-2 u 15-14-17 July 27-28 Aug. 30-31 ' Aug. 4-5-4 Aug. 27-28-29 , Aug. 18-19-20 SfPL 1 " May 29-30-21 ' April 30 Miy 15-14-17-18 May 19-20-21 Junt 1 May 4-54 April 20-21-22 May 1-2-3; Aprl lt-17-18-i KrOXVTLLE July 5-4-5 July 4-7-8-9 July 17-18-U Junt 22-23-24-25 Junt 8-9-10-11 Junt 19-20-21 Jmt 4-5-4-1 Aug. 18-19-20 Aug. 21-22-22 Aug. 22-Jl Aug. 10-11-12 July 29-30-31 Aug, 7-8-9 ' X Jury 27-28 StpL 1 April 20-21-22 May 7-8-9-U-ll May 4 5-4 April 13-14-15 May 19-20-a April 23-24-25- May 22-23-21-25 MACON Juki 8-9-10-11 Junt 24-278 Junt 22-23-24-25 Junt 2-3 July 4-7-8-9 Junt 12-13-U Jury 17-18-U July 29-30-31 Aug. 13-14 Aug. 10-1112 July 22-23-24-25- Aug. 21-22-23. Aug. lj-S Aug. 22-31 StpL 1 May 4-5-4 April 23-24-25-26 April 20-21-22 May 19-20-21 April 13-14-15 May 7-8-9-1011 May 29-30-21 SAVANNAH Juw 22-23-24-25 Junt 12-13-15 " 8-9-10-11 July 4-7-8-9 Junt 2-3 Junt 24-27-28 Junt 1 Aug. 10-11-12 Aug. lj-3 July 29-30-31 Aug. 21-22-22 Jury 22-23-24-25-f Aug. 13-14 July 10-11-12 Aoj. 24-25-26 Perkins, Duncan At Odds Asheville Still Unsure Of Opening Date Bringing You the NEWEST and FINEST in Spring cTasiions and dairies Here they are . . . fabrics and fashions with all the life, color, and freshness of spring. Delivery In Two Weeks From $64.50 Shirts Made to Order from $3.95 J.T.HENRY By BOB TERRELL Citizen-Times Sports Editor Although the revised South Atlantic League baseball schedule, adopted by club directors last the McCormick Field opener April 16 against Columbus, Ga Ray Hathaway's team. However, General Manager Art Perkins revealed Saturday after a league meeting in Atlanta that and Charleston, coming to townldays May 29 through June 11. three times during the season. However, the long home stand is Longest home stand will come broken June 2-3 for a two-game INSURE WITH MUTUAL OMAHA MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH ACCIDENT ASSN. A Jrss P. Giles Dial AL 3-8791 FOR Hoipltaliialten . Mtdtcal-Surqical Incoma proltcllen lit A lit Miltt Bid;. mm TRUTNL CONTINUED THIS WEEK! u si a) YOU CAN BUY A 1959 PLYMOUTH 5? SKIOffflE-.OO LITTLE AS ALSO EYE-OPENING LOW PRICES ON DODGE - DESOTO - CHRYSLER On special order only. Due to recent production difficulties ue must place special orders for the above Plvmnuthn. All Standard Equipment Included. WE WILL ACTUALLY ORDER AND DELIVER ANY OF THESE PLYMOITHS TO YOU AT THE STATED PRICE, subject only to state sales tax. WES DAVES GLENN SIMMONS JERRY McGANDLESS SHERMAN STAMBAUGH week, appears on this page, Knoxville wants to open against Asheville's opening dates are still Asheville in Knoxville on Sunday, nriain April 12. and then play in Knox- ' , ... ... ville on Monday and Tuesday The schedule calls for the local (aki Wednesdav off before club to open April 13-14-15 in Ashevie nome for ils Knoxville and come home for But Perkins, pointing out that such an arrangement would mean an extra day's pay for the Asheville club, said he would agree to open at Knoxville April 12 only if Knoxville would return the favor and play here Monday, April 13. Knoxvillt President John Dun can would not immediately agree to Perkins' suggestion, so Perkins told Duncan he would agree to no other arrangement. Knoxville General Manager Bob Boni-, fay indicated that Perkins' sug-! gestion might be worked out in, a few days. League directors voted to play a continuous season, not split, j The first place team after games of July 9 will be host to the league all-stars July 20 or 21. In case of a tie after the July 9 gamvs, the first team to break the tie will be the host team. The league also voted no split gates. Each team will keep its home receipts. A bit of good news playerwise for Aslrcville developed at the meeting. Branch Rickey Jr., director of Pittsburgh's farm system, telephoned Sally President Sam Smith during the meeting to say that Pittsburgh has "several good Class A players" for Asheville. Rickey said he would call Perkins early next week with names and positions of the players. The 140-gamc Sally schedule, which will end on Sept. 1, has each of the league's seven teams, Columbus, Macon. Jacksonville, Savannah, Knoxville, Charlotte June 4 through June 11 with eight games, four against Columbus and four against Macon. Those eight games are included in a period in which Asheville will play 12 home games in 14 set at Knoxville. - The Asheville club will not be on the road at any time for more than 8 days. Knoxville will play here July 4th. Asheville had considered try ing to open at home against Knoxville on Sunday afternoon April 12, but abandoned those plans upon remembering that Gene Sluder will open his NASCAR racing schedule that afternoon with a Grand National race at Asheville - Weaverville Speedway. Three New Foes On Lee Edwards Grid Schedule Canton's Black Bears will fur-l nish the oposition for the Lee Edwards Maroons in the opening football game of the 1959 season, Coach A. R. (CAP) IsbiU disclosed. The game is slated Sept. 4 at Memorial Stadium. Three new teams have been added to the 10-game schedule. Following Canton, the Maroons host Hickory on Sept. 11; East Mecklenburg on Sept. 25 and go to Charlotte Oct. 2 to play North Mecklenburg. The latter two games are Western AAA Conference contests. Lee Edwards, defending con ference champions, also play My ers Park, Charlotte Central. West Mecklenburg and Gastonia in conference engagements. The schedule is so arranged that after the Hickory game, the Maroons will be at home every other week. The schedule: September 4 Canton, here. September 11 Hickory, here. September 18 Harding, there. September 25 East Mecklenburg, there. October 2 North Mecklenburg, there. October 9 Myers Park, here. October 18 Charlotte Central, there. October 23 Salisbury, here. October 30 West Mecklenburg, there. November 6 Gastonia, here. Conference Game $28,265 Offered Rebel Drivers DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. 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