The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 11, 1960 · Page 7
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National In First Of ' Monday, July 11, '60 T_ Star Gomes Today Probable Starlers Monbouquette ForAL, Bob Friend For NL KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)-Tho National League, winner of only ine of the last four midsummer clashes, ruled a 13-10 favorila to defeat the Americans today in the first of two All-Star clashes this A capacity crowd of 30,611 was issured for tho first AU-Slar game sver played here. A larger crowd, between 45,000 and 50,000 was expected to attend the second game, io be played in New York's Yan- lee Stadium Wednesday. Former President Harry S. Trunan purchased four tickets and vas expected to attend today's jame. passing up the opening of the Democratic convention in Los Angeles. Mantle Maybe Out The American League chances uffercd a serious setback when t became known Sunday nigh ihat Mickey Mantle, the star cen fcr fielder of the New York Yan tees, might not be able to play Although late S u n d a y night [either manager was definite ibout his storting hurler, all in- licalions were that the opening ilayers would be Bob Friend ol 'illsburgh against Bill Monbou quette of Boston. "I haven't made up my mine tetwcen Monbouquette and Bell right-hander Gary Bell of Cleve and),'! said Lopez, the Chicago While Sox manager, piloting the American League squad. "I un lersland Monbo looked great shut ing out the Yankees Friday night [ may go with him, but 1 won'i be sure until I have had a talk v;ilh ail of my pitchers before th. game tomorrow." Back To I-'riend Waiter Alston, Los Angeles lead er bossing the Nationals, original ly had announced he would pile cither Friend or his Pittsburg running mate, Vernon Law. Late he switched to Larry Jackson o St. Louis but went back to Frien Mantle reinsured Saturday's game a knee in las in Boston and vase restricted to a pinch hitting die Sunday. I 'I don't know whether I can' nake it," Mantle was reported as laying, 'and I won't know until ust before the game." If Mantle can't play, his place n center field may be taken by U Kaline of the Detroit Tigers, faline was named to the squad is a reserve outfielder. Fenfress Pulls UpselsToTake Slate Net Title JACKSON, Mss. (AP) - Lee "etilress of Baton Rouge, La., unseeded In the Mississippi open ournamont, has emerged with he men's singles crown after mil ing a series of upsets. The 18-year-old left hander reached the peak yesterday by lutlasting top-seeded Lester Sack of Clarksdale 2-G, 2-6, 10-8. 6-2 8-G in a four hour match for the championship. Fentrcss a freshmpn at Tulane University, had upset three seed ed Jackson men before topping Sack. Jackson Pair Wins Two Jacksonians, Slew Hester and Nolan Touclislone, teamed in the men's doubles to stop Larry Hammett and Tommy Robinson, both Baton Rouge younsters, 5-7, In the women's doubles, another pair from Jackson took it. Mrs. Dorothy Vest and Barbara Whyte whipped twin sisters Carolyn Rogers and Mrs. Marily Garner of Shreveport, La., 6-2, 4-6, 6-0. Fritz Ball of Shrcvtport upset ALL-STAR CHOICE - By Alan Mavor alter Jackson was used in relief I i O p. se cded Murray Smith of New by the Cardinals against his Dodg- Orleans 4-6. 6-4, G-4 in the senior ers Sunday. mcn ' s singles. 'I can't go wrong pitching Friend," Alston said. "He is well rested, not having pitched since Friday, and ho has had All-Star experience." The Nationals appeared to have die edge in power, especially if Mantle is unable to do any more than pinchlnt. The senior circuit has a power-packed lineup fea- Make your vacation a real holiday. II you want to combine your bills, repair the car, or just need cash far the trip. we can povide the money you need. L O A H S - S 5 0 U P T O $ 1 , 0 0 0 UP TO 21 MONTHS TO REPAY GMfNVILLE LQAH CO. 610 Washington FLOYD E. WOOD, RICH. ED i-3832 This Js Our ISth Year In Business In'Greenville But Ball and Smith joined in the senior men's doubles to slop Par B'jrt and Bob Holcomb of Jackson ID-8, G-0. Mrs. Rogers, who took the women's singles crown two days earlier, teamed with Dob Borders of Shreveport in the mixed doubles to take another title. They beat Larry Caton of Pensacola, Ma., and Sylvia Bradley of Jackson M, 6-3. Stars Of Majors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting -- Willie Tasby, Red Sox, had perfect 5-Ior-5 Sunday including a home run, drove in four runs and scored three in 9-5 victory over the Yankees. Pitching -- Ed Roeuck, Dodgers, won seventh in row with three hitless innings of relief in 11-7 decision over the Cardinals. IF BASEBALL CO/IT/MS5 TO afls OF THE few y/ffove ear// PI-AYEP fftp 77{[i£l^ Benza Hits Into lone Brothers Win Most Awards n Go-Karl Races Hollandale Wins /0-5 Over Columbus Tha Stone brothers of Chatham, n Lako Washington, Sunday won id lion's share of races at the 12-Kart Speedway at Anne Drive i Theater. In tho A. Feature race Cliff lone of Chatham roared in with 99 to take first place. Sonny Utley In No. 88 was second and George Sloiw ol Chatham, No. was third. Sonny Utley of Greenville drove lis car No. 8 to victory in tho A Super Feature race. George Stone In cur 7 wns second ant Elmer Riddle of Greenville In Car No. 32. was third. Doylo McBrido of Greenville drove No. 4 in first to win the novice race. Frank S'.one of Chatham, In No. 11, was second. Jerry Couey of Greenville, in No. 2, was third. Miss Bobby Pickctt was first in the ladles' race in No. 1. Miss Mary King, in No. 27, was second and Miss Dunaway in No. 7 was third. All aro Grcenvilllans. HOLLANDALE -- Heavy hitting r Columbus. y five players and Lament Echols 1 ! teady hurling aided the-Hollan. lale Ducks to avenge a loss and tefoat tho Columbus toam, 10-5 icro Sunday. The victory was the elevcnih of he soason for Hollandale and avenged a 5-4 loss, tho only dc- 'eat of the campaign, to the Co- .umbu.i team. Three Ducks Homers Three homers were blasted by Holltmdale players. Ken Parker hit for the circuit and also doubled In four trips. Don Ward homered Gary Dempsey blasted a home run and single in five times a .Iw plate. Bob Brumficld crash« i home run und single in livi limes at bat and Manager Junio Griffith had two hits in five trips Cohen had 3 hits in four trip and Thomas got 3 hits in 5 trip RII.EY TO GIANTS NEW YORK (AP)-Leo Riley veteran defensive hallback of th Both teams got 11 Kite. Rchols on the pitching decision over olumbus 1 L. Swain, scattering :io Columb'JB blows. Hollandale plsys Yozoo City to: fourth time this season at Yazoo lily Tuesday night, The Duck ave defeated Yazoq three in row. Hollandale enters the Stat burnamcnt at West Point on Sat rdny. By innings: Jim Simon In No. Ill of Greenville was first in the B. Super race. Richard Lyell No. 35, also of Greenville, was second. Columbus 102 002 000--5 ·1 lollandale 111 021 30x- L. Swain and Stewart; Echo and Griffith. lotmson To Aid ' US In Decathlon BUQENB, Ore, (f\P) -United Kales' Olymplo hop*j in th«. (5* :aih.lon are up to4»y now thjt Rater Jphnstmisbuck, established as the greatest decathlon, pQtlor* mor of all times, Ho won tlw finest duel in decathlon history by nosing (M C.K. Yang of Formosa in a weektrrf rnset in which both cracked th» recognized world decathlon record of 8,357 points. Jojiruon, making hi» first com' petitivo start since automobile a* eldent injuries laid him up Urt year, ran up 8,683 points. Yung achieved 8,429. Philadelphia Eagles, wns acquired Sunday by the New York Giants for a high 1961 National Football League draft choice. FREE K O D A K FILM with the purchase of one gallon Pee Geo Paint any type! S A V I N G S O F F R O M O n A l l Y o u r F a i n t You'll never bav* to boy another roll of filml 15 T O N e e d s 8 0 % In -- Dam -- rM PelM Mo* G O Y E R CO.-(Paint Depl.) Phono ED WH1 CCA CrediU Free Ptridng luring such tome-run sluggers as Ernie Banks, 26; Henry Aaron, 24; Eddie Mathews, 19; Ken Boyer, Willie Mays, 18; as well as [Crandall end Bill tho starting lineup. Mazeroski in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Shreveport today celebrated its first Southern Assn. victory in Little Rock since 1909, but it isn't quite as had as it sounds. The Sports left the Southern after the 1909 season, when they returned last year it was to replace Little Rock. The Travelers won their first six home games with the Sport-i this season before bowing yesterday 2-0. Benin Hits Into Triple Play Shreveport needed a triple play to get that one. With two on in the seventh inning. Al Benza lashed a hot grounder to Shreveport third baseman Jay Ward who stepped on third to force Don Williams, fired to second to force Mel Gebo, and the relay to firs nipped Benza to take the Travs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B lew York 45 30 .600 -- lleveland 43 33 Chicago 44 35 Baltimore 5 38 Detroit 37 33 .566 .557 .542 .487 .487 .385 .377 Washington .... 37 39 Boston 30 4S Kansas City ... 29 48 Sunday Results Boston 9, New York 5 Washington 2, Baltimore 1 Detroit 12, Kansas City ID Cleveland 6^1, Chicago 2-6 Monday Games All-Star game at Kansas City 2 p.m. Tuesday Games No games scheduled Wednesday Schedule All-Star game at New York, p.m. National League W. , 49 43 41 41 40 36 3-1 30 L, Pel. G.B .620 .558 .519 .513 .513 .462 .421) .395 Pittsburgh ... Milwaukee ... .os Angeles .. St. Louis San Francisco lincinnati .... 'hiladelphia . Chicago Sunday Results Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 2 Milwaukee 7, Cincinnati 1 Los Angeles 11, St. Louis 7 San Francisco 5, Chicago 3 Monday Games All-Star game at Kansas Cit; p.m. Tuesday Games No games scheduled Wednesday Schedule All-Star g»me at New York 12 p.m. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta Little Rock Birmingham Mobile Memphis Nashville Shreveport ;hattanoog» W. 53 45 45 44 42 44 44 3S Pet. G.B. .576 -.523 5 .511 6 .500 .494 .489 .478 7 V'/i paddy put Ms foot down! .£ "My daddy's pretty reasonable about moat tbings ;.. but last week, did he ever put his foot down. And all I did was have Ihc car filled with a different kind of gasoline than he uses. I thought I'd never hear the end of it. Seems he doesn't want me lo use any gas but Amoco-Gag because it's the gasoline that has no lead in it. Well, I didn't know what that meant, but Dad explained. Seems Ihat lead in gasoline fouls up the engine,-With Amoco-Gas, he saya the spark plugs act livelier longer and other engine parts stay clean and trouble-free. I'm convinced! Fact is, I really don't know why anyone would want to buy any other gasoline but Amoco-Gas!" AND NEITHER DO WE. OAmerican Oil Company 9 .427 UV, Sunday's Results Atlanta W. Chattanooga 0-7 Birmingham 8, Mobile 6 Nashville 4, Memphis 2 Shreveport 2, Little Rock 0 Monday's Games Birmingham at Mobile Nashville at Memphis 1 Shreveport at Litllcr Rock Mauch Praises i The Top Pirates ' PHU-ADELPH1A (AP) -- Mfln-j ager Gene Mauch of the Philadcl-' iphia Phillies (oJay praised the ; Ifront-running Pittsburgh Pirates j (for "giving more than themselves ' -- the kind gf thing that wins pen- nanls." "They play hard." M.iuch said. 'They're the pennant-hungriest- club in the National League. They've go the arms »nl legs: plus drive." I out of the inning. Atlanta divided doublcheadc-r Economy starts here with Chattanooga, but the Crnck crs upjied their league lead to: five games because of Little | Rock's defeat. I-eliy Pete Richer!' hurled his fourth shutout and h i s j 13th victory as Atlanta won li'.cj i opener 5-1). Chattanooga rallied, for three runs in the linal i n n i n g of Ihc second game to win 7-4. Birmingham rode * spectacular slugging show by second base-, j m a n Jim Huphe. t» an 8-6 vic-| tory over Mobile, and Nashville i t r i m m r - d Memphis 4-2 on a seven-; 1 hitter by Duane Richarts. I RESUMES SERVICE AS FAST AS QUALIFIED PILOTS MEET OUR RIGID IT TAKES TIME to select and train the qualified crews that will serve you efficiently. Many have applied ... each pilot must be instructed in the procedures of Southern Airways and trained to know our routes and flight patterns. Then each must be passed on and approved by the Federal Aviation Agency, which is charged with the responsibility of screening and checking ail pilots flying commercial airlines today. Hundreds of our other employees have been furloughed during the curtailment of service. Gradually they are resuming their duties. It takes time. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE and understanding of this inconvenience. We recognize that the South depends on the regularly scheduled transportation offered by Southern Airways and we appreciate the hardship you, too, have suffered. Every effort is being made to reinstate full service as soon as possible to all 46 cities served by Southern Airways. Additional flights are being added each week. Let Southern help you with your reservations. Can southern Airways or Your Trml Agent lor Reservation!

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