The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 11, 1960 · Page 6
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Monday, July 11, 1960
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Dclfn Democrat-Times 8 Monday, July 11, '60 o jHonaay, juiv Ji, w « _ ^^ ^ Bucs 4!n Ninth Downs Phils 6-2-Dodgers Regain 3rd. By Whipping Cards Second Place Braves Defeat Redlegs, 7-1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Pittsburgh Pirates have the largest lead in the National League at the All Star break in five years, but who's the hottest club in the race? There's just one answer--the world champion Los Angeles Dodgers. While the Bucs have padded their load to five games over second-place Milwaukee by picking up 114 games over (lie past two week, they've played no belter than .500 ball in that span. But the Dodgers, who were in sixth place. 12 games behind two weeks ago. have won 12 of 16 since for a four-game gain. With Frank Howard walloping home five runs and Norm Sherry's homer breaking a 7-7 tie, the Dodgers knocked off St. Louis 11-7 Sunday and regained third place from the Cards. It was the sixth victory in seven games for the Dodgers. Pirates Biggest Bulge The Pirates, holding the biggest bulge at All Star time since the 1955 Dodgers set a record with nn Il'/i-garnc spread, defeated Philadelphia 6-2 with four runs in the ninth--their 12th last-inning victory. Milwaukee cracked Cincinnati 7-1, and San Francisco, after losing five in a row, scored five unearned runs in the seventh inning for a 5-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Howard, the giant on the Dodgers who has 12 hits in his last Louise Suggs Wins Trumbull Tourney Laurels WARREN, Ohio. (AP)-Vcteran Louise Suggs of Atlanta won the $16,000 Trumbull Open Golf Tournament here Sunday, but the happiest warrior in the feminine field was tomboy Kathy Whitworth of Jal, N.M. Miss Suggs, who at 36 has won everything the golfing wars have to offer, extended her year's winnings to $12,062, tops for the tourists. She racked up a 72-hole total of 288, four-under par, for Trumbull Country Club's 6,246- yard par 73 course. Her prize was $2,500. Miss Whitworth. a tall, 20-year- 23 at bat, was 3-for-5 in their 16- old blonde with a boyish bob andl T O D A Y hit barrage, upping his average to .301. He drove in two runs with his 13th homeer the first inning, doubled home two more in the sixth, and then singled ahead of -rookie Tommy Davis' first major league home run in the eight. Sherry's shot, his eight, came in the seventh inning and beat reliever Dob Duliba 4-4. Musial Drives In 4 Runs Stan Musial, who makes his 18th All-Star appearance today in Kanin the Cards' three with his GOUATHIAN lie mighty Lion of Judati ives GREGORY PECK SUSAN HAYWARD Also 12HOURS as City, drove rst four runs, xth homer in the first inning ofl !an Williams. Musial had two ol ic Biards 1 six hits before oebuck 8-1, came on and won is seventh in a row with three nnings of no-hit relief. The Dodg right-hander has allowed jus xie run in his last 28 frames. A throwing error by Robin Ro- jets (5-8), who had won four in row. gave the Pirates the tie- ireaking run in the ninth. Pinch lifter Rocky Nelson and Biil Virlon added RBI singles in the ral- y, with another run scoring on catcher Cal Neeman's error. Har- ·ey Haddix, 6-4, backed by Bob Skinner's running catch with the ases loaded in the sixth, was the winner. Ted Lepcio homered for :he Phils, who had taken four o: five from the leaders. Wes Covington socked across four runs for the Braves. He brought in the winner with a sixth-inning double off Bob Pur a bashful smile, finished sixth with 294 for $800. That's the best she's done in two seasons a a pro. She hod the tournament's! best round, a four-under par 69 in lite third session. Top Money Winners Leading money winners: Louise Suggs, Atlanta, 512,062. Fay Crocker, Montevideo, Uruguay, $10,061. Mickey Wright, Bonita, Calif., $9,452. Betsy Rawls, Spartansburg, S. C., $9,423. Joyce Ziskc, Waterlord, Wis., JS.359. Patty Berg, Chicago, $7,551. Mary Lena Faulk, Thomasville, Wiffi Smith, St. Clair, Mich., $5,875. Kathy Cornelius, Lakeland. Fla., $5.370. Beverly Hanson, Palm Desert, Week-End Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manila -- Flash Elorde, 135^ Philippines, stopped Hachiro Tto 136'4. Japan, 5. Solomon Boysaw, 134, Cleveland, outpointed Robert! Cruz IW,i Philippines, 10. Havana -- Doug Vaillant, 137'/£ Cuba, stopped J.D. Ellis, 137% Trenton, N. J. r 8. key 8-5, and then hit a three-nil homer as Milwaukee scored fou unearned runs in the seventh. ?iH U P S ON I.V. P-R-O-G-R-A-M 10:50 S'o-lig^.l lh«a. lCO Lucy rUUDAT 10 33 D.C. B-ldi 7*30 Couvtv ihcw IliOO lev* of Uf« PLUS CARTOON Show Starts--7:30 P.M. H O N D A t 6 00 Ceivtnl.e' 10 00 Nnn 10 35 TCP Hal 10-Ji Tea Hal 12.00 S'0-v CXf TUI1QAY FARNSWORTITS The Bride's Store Legion Baseball Lions, Indians Capture Clashes At M.Bryan Park LEAGUES STANDINGS MAJORS Roy Sievers' Big Bat Aiding ChiSox Climb rxlians Rebels Cardinals Tigers MINORS Won Lost 3 1 3 2 1 Won Lost NEW HORNETS BUS to transport Greenville High athletic teams to cities in Mississippi's No. 1 Big Eight conference, is proudly displayed by a trio of coaches and school officials. In the picture, from left, the new Iwad coach, Wally Beach- W. B. Thompson, the assistant superintendent of city schools, and Kenneth (Curly) Farris, Hornets line coach. The new blue bus ij the last word in modern and comfortable transportation. It will make its first trip to Vicksburg Sept. 2.1 when the Hornets meet the Grccnies. (Stall Photo) BoSoxEdge Yanks 9-5, Sweep Set By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .ami drove in six runs. The last time the New York Yankees saw the Chicago While Sox they left 'em for dead, swep- ng a four-game series and tumbl- ng the American League champs lo fifth place, five games behind. Not only did the Yanks fie ure the Sox were through, but they said so. And those Yankee quotes --tacked up in tne Comiskcy Park club house--have done more for the Wh ; te Sox than another start- inf | ;r. Power Wins Opener They've won 14 of 20 since that; The While Sox made it five out of six--all against the Tribe--with double in the eighth. Reliever Johnny Klippstcin 3-3, was the winner, while Early Wynn 4-7 five runs in the sixth inning ofjlost his sixth decision in the las the second game. A solo homer' iy Jim Landis got it started, and a three-run homer by Roy Sievers who has hit in 16 consecutive gmcs, put it away. Mudcat Grant 6-3, was the loser in relief of Dick Panthers 4 Lions 3 Bears 1 Beavers 1 The American Legion Boys Leagues Monday had reached the mid-point of the final. In the major league the Indians and Rebels were tied with 3 wins and I loss. In the minor league the Panthers were in front with 4 wins and 1 loss. The Lions had 1 vin and a loss. : Good Season The league is having a success- ul season and it is hoped that he leagues will have a field of their own at the Legion Home on iighsvay No. 1 North, Gene Neyman, commissioner of the circuits, said. "We have had quite a bit of vork done on the field, but it *i needs lots more to get it in play- ng condition. We expect to get additional dirt hauled in the fall and Kave it ready for next season,' 1 Neyman added. In Sunday's game in the minor CHICAGO (AP) -- Roy Sievers, the guy who "gels the big hits ivhen they count," has lifted the Chicago White Sox back into contention for the American League pennant. The hard-hitting slugger acquired from Washington in a preseason deal smashed a three-run homer Sunday to give the Sox a 6-4 victory over Cleveland ami earn the American League Champions an important doubleheader split. The triumph was the filth for the Sox in their six-game two city series with the Indians and pul ||(hem one-half game behind sec oiid-place Cleveland and three games within league-leading New York. Sievers' smash was his secom homer within five days whic! gave the White Sox victory, j two-run ninth inning blast broke a ie Wednesday and gave the So* a 7-5 triumph which began a four- game winning s t r e a k against Cleveland. After a slow start which found iievers riding the bench the big irst baseman is currently on a 16-game hitting streak in which he has lifted his average from .241 to .280. He has hit six ol his 12 home runs during 'this siring in which he has driven in 15 runs. WANT The Red Sox. matching their longest winning streak of the sea son with four, roughed up 11 Yan- ** league at Maude Bryan Park the second place Ljons won from fourth place eavers, 27-18. Five hit hurling by William Spears ant ·lank And Casey Jallle Tonight NEW ORLEANS (UPI) - Henry Hank of Detroit and Hank Casey ef San Francisco -- No. 4 nd No. 5 middleweight contenders respectively -- meet in a re- natch tonight that could determine which of the two will get a crack at the title. Slugger Hank and Speedster Casey het here two months ago and -asey won an upset decision vever, the heavier-hitting Bank is rated a 6-5 favorite i kce pitchers for 31 hits and 23 Stigman, who gave up only three hits in 5 2-3 innings, but walked ll 10. Russ Kemmerer, 54, won it n relief, with -own. a save by Turk runs in the three-game series. Willie Tasby and Vic Wertz drove in :5 runs etween them in the set. Tasby homered in the first inning off loser Ralph Terry, -H, went Vic Power won the opener for lnd ' ans it 2-all with a games shy of the top after splitting a double-header with Cleveland. The Indians clung to second by half game, ending a four- game slump with a 6-2 victory in the opener before the White Sox- came from behind and won the nightcap 6-4. That cut New York's lead to 2*6 twoout Yankee sweep, scrambliny back' wo ° m tri P le irl tl)e . s [ xlh and to third place and now just three b«*l"g " U P with a twi Navy Varsity Eight Aids US Olympic Rowers Mor-5, and drove in four nmsjfcated the fourth place Tigers Sunday. Wertz put it away with 9 in a major league game. The In. . jr * -n l_:i_ t iL^ T": ^ a grand-slam homer in the second inning off Whitcy Ford, who SYRACUSE:, NT. (AP) -- The games going into the AI!-Slar ( United States Olympic rowing break. The Yankees, who have squad, headed by Navy's varsity lost five of their last seven, were whipped 9-5 at Boston for a three- game sweep by the last place Red PINE BLUFF KATV-- CHANNEL 7-CABLE 1 MONDAY TUESDAY lh« Ntwi 3.00 DCTV 8,45 Oertuf. 8,55 Oatly V/o.-d 9,00 BUQI Swiny Cewrl 13,00 Reirieii Gun 2:30 Gal* S-ona 12,30 lev* TSaf Bob 3:00 Btar fht Ow4 1 : 00 Ate*.i Tacit 3-30 Who Yew Trwi . llrM Shown i* Poo?v« ANTENNA E E P A I I REEVES TV SERVICE Phone 2-7785 Guaranteed liam and the big bat of Don Alex ander gave the Lions their win Alexander crashed a grand-slam home run and three doubles fo the Lions. The front-running Indians de-. (ha rematch. The Detroiter knocked out Vic tor Salazar in the fourth round in a recent outing in hts hometown- He said he would not put up a Howl for a meeting with champion Gene Fullmer until he avenged hEs loss to Casey. CASH?'ll cost you only $1.66 for 30 days! That's right, if you want $ 100 bctwcen-payday cash, phone, write or come in lo BENEHCU*. 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(AP) Carl Walters, secretary of the Mississippi Golf Assn., and sports columnist for The Jackson Clan on Ledger, posted a net 75 Satur day to win the Big Eight Writers Assn. golf championship. Walters toured the par-72 Mississippi Southern College course in 91 strokes, but he had a handicap of 16. Sports writer Robert Fulton of The Cla nan Ledge r, | the annual tournament's defending king, was second with a gross : S3 and a net 78. Buck Peden of The Natche? eight, is considered by officials the strongest combination ever put together. Twenty-six oarsmen in seven rowing clsses were picked Saturday in finals that climaxed three lays of pulse-pounding trials over the 2,000-meter or l'/i mile Onondaga Lake course. Navy's powerful weights, coming with a rush in .vas making his first relief appearance of the year. Bill Skowron drove in four runs for the Yankees with a single and; two homers, the second off winning reliever Billy Muffett, 2-1. Trio From The Minors Put Bums Into 3rd Place LOS ANGELES (AP) _ The Los Angeles Dodgers were back in third place in the Naltonal League today, thanks to a quartet ot ex minor leaguers who weren' deemed good enough lo make th Navy's powerful varsity heavy- championship team last year. They are Frank Howard, Ed the final 500 meters, nosed out California and a Syracuse alumni boat in the premier eight-oared event. It was the first big win of the year for Navy after a series oi second and third finishes. Seattle's Lake Washington row- Roebuck, Norm Sherry and Tommy Davis, who combined slugging and, in Roebuck's case, pitching skill to shellac the St. Louis Cardinals 11-7 Sunday. The Dodgers reopen action Friday night in San Francisco against the Giants. 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