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Wednesday, July 13, 1960
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Bolln Democrat-Times 12^ Wednesday, July 13, '60 Nationals No More oney To Sweep Today's Second All-Star Crowd Of 45,000 Due Lefty WhiteyFordTo Fme Vern Law In N. Y. NEW YORK (AP) -- Despite their victory : n Kansas City Monday and their superior punch in the starting lineup, the National League was no more than even money liKlav to sweep the two- game All-Star set against the physically handaccpped American Leaguers. A crowd of some 45,000 was expected to seo Pittsburgh right- liandcr Vernon Law, 11-4, and New York left-hander Whitey Ford, 5-5, face each other on the mound In the 29th midsummer game and the first in Yankee Stadium since 1939. The Americans, despite their loss two days ago, still lead the series, 16 to 12. but the Nationals have taken eight of the last 12. Balling Orders Unchanged AL Mgr. Al Lopcj and NL pilot Walter Alston have decided to stick to the same batting orders that faced each other in the 100- degrce heat in Kansas City's Municipal Stadium Monday. Lopez, the Chicago White Sox skipper, once again will have the four Yankee sluggers -- Roger Maris, Mickey Mantle., Bill Sknw- ron and Yogi Berra--right in the middle where the strength is supposed to lie. The quartet didn't distinguish itself in KC, managing only a single by Skowron and two walks by the crippled Mantle in 10 total appearances. Mantle, still nursing a sore leg Pittsburgh right-hander today. Law, 30, was equally effective in the first tilt, snuffing out a ninth inning rally. Coming to the assistance of Bob Buhl with two runners on base and only one out, he dis posed of the next two batters with seven pitches. It was Law's only appearance in all-star competition. Ford, on the other hand. Is an All-Star veteran, but his record in these games is unglittering, to say the least. In six innings, he has been clipped for 12 hits and nine runs for an 5-1 record. He started in 1954, relieved in 1955 and 1950, and lost in relief last year. Mays Lead Off The player the New York fans probably want to see the most is the magnetic Willie Mays. Tire San Francisco Giants' spectacular I center fielder, who thrilled the, Kansas City folks with a superb all- around performance, once again will lead off, followed by Pittsburgh's Bob Skinner, Milwaukee's Eddie Mathews, and Hank Aaron and Chicago's Ernie Banks. Mays, Banks and Del Crandall, Milwaukee's sturdy catcher, were the hitting heroes of the first game victory. Willie's contribution was a single, double and triple, and he came within a few feet o! hitting a home ran. No one in all- star history has ever hit for the cycle, although Ted Williams once as 3 result of being hit by a pitch! ^ thrown by Washington's Pedro 1 Ramos last week, is handicapped in the field and on the bases. Detroit's Al Kaline, his understudy in center field, also is bothered by a sore leg. Ronnie Hansen, Baltimore's rookie shortstop, and Pete Runnels, Boston's veteran second hit two home runs and two sin- Ma/or League baseman, both reported feeling better after suffering ill effects from the intense Kansas City heat. Malzonc's Feet Blistered Frank Malzone, Boston's brilliant third baseman, suffered blistered feet as a result of the scorching terrain in Municipal Stadium. The temperature was expected to be about 20 degrees cooler for today's game, scheduled to star! at 12 noon with network radio and television coverage. Tremendously impressed by the one-hit pitching of Bob Friend in his three-inning stint against the American Leaguers Monday, Alston decided to go with another SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. G.B 53 40 42 44 46 46 « 43 45 45 45 47 44 50 .570 .523 .511 .506 .500 .489 .463 .433 \1% Atlanta Little Rock Birmingham Memphis Mobile Nashville Shreveport Chattanooga 39 51 Tuesday Results Chattanooga 10, Mobile 6 Birmingham 7, Atlanta 4 Memphis 5, Little Rock 4 Nashville 7, Shreveport 0 Wednesday Games Atlanta at Birmingham Mobile at Chattanooga (2) Little Rock al Memphis Nashville at Shreveport BIGGER LOANS FOR TODAY'S EATER NEEDS Here's Starling Lineups Of Game National League Joe Adcock, Braves. Ib Bill Mazcroski, Pirates. 2b Eddie Mathews, Braves, 3b Ernie Banks, Cubs ss Bob Skinner, Pirates, If Willie Mays, Giants, cf Henry Aaron, Braves, rf Del Crandall, Braves, c Stan Williams, Dodgers, p Johnny Podres, Dodgers, p Bob Buhl, Braves p Mike McCormick, Giants, p Lindy McDaniel, Cards, p Larry Jackson, Cards, p Bill Henry, Reds, p Vernon Laiv, Pirates, p Bob Friend, Pirates, p Elroy Face, Pirates, p American League Bill Skowron, Yankees, Ib Pete Runnels, Red Sox, 2I Frank Malzone, Red Sox, 3b Ronnie Hansen, Orioles, ss Minnie Minoso, White Sox, If Mickey Mantle, Yankees, cf Roger Maris, Yankees, rf Yogi Berra, Yankees c Bud Daley, Athletics, p Jim Coates, Yankees, p Whitey Ford, Yankees, p Early Wynn, White Sox, p Gerry Staley, White Sox, p Gary Bell, Indians, p Dick Stigman, Indians, p Frank Lary, Tigers, p Bill Monbouquette, Red Sox p Chuck Estrada, Orioles, p Davidson 4-Run Homer Wins For F, N. Bank 15-13 Dale Davidson blasted a grand- slam 4-run home run for the First National's 15-13 victory over the Whitacre club in a Dixie League jame at Greenville's Junior Base- Jail Leagues al Mill Road Park Tuesday. Mike Hughes blasted a Second Night in Row Catcher Hits f* M , 5-4 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , Bat the Chicks came back to For a guy batting only .174,jscore four runs in Hie ninth, cli- Memphis second - string catcher I maxed by Czerniakowski's two- Ed Czerniakowski is creating t i j r u n double into left field. Favorite In Trans-Miss. Is Difficult Pick CINCINNATI AP) - Picking a avorite for the 1960 women's Trans-Mississippi Golf championship already has become just about as difficult as foretelling the score of today's second All- Star baseball game. The kids--teen-agers and girls in their early 20s--ran into a peck of trouble in Tuesday's first round matches, but by sheer numbers they had to be rated high. On the basis of past play, Curtis Cuppers JoAnne Gunderson ol Kirkland, Wash.; Judy Eller. Old Hickory, Tenn.; and Ann Casey Johnstone, Mason City, Iowa, rate as major factors. JoAnne and Judy are In the younger group. Mrs. Johnstone is a v e t eran and the defending champion. Mrs. Johnstone today meets Barbara Slobe of Waukegan, III. 1953 champion in her home state. Miss Eller, 20, faced Mrs. R. E Mueller of Cincinnati, one of thi younger players despite that Mrs in front of her name. Miss Gunderson, n a t i o n a l intercollegi ate champ, opposed Mrs. Jamc Pickrel, Dayton, Ohio. Still in the running were sue ournament veterans as Mrs. Pau }ye Jr., and Mrs. Jason Weiss oth of Indianapolis, and Ma: Ann Downey, Baltimore, Md., th 951 Trans-Miss, winner. Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Weiss ar xith former Indiana champions Mrs. Dye was an alternate Curt: Supper this year, ami Mrs. Wei; was on the team in 1956. stir in Scuthern Assn. hitting circles. Atlanta now has lost three straight games after winning live For the second straight night,; in a row. And tile Barons are licking their chops in anticipation Czerniakowski came off the bench 2-run homer in the Dixie League's last r 'B nt lo deliver the winning of cutting the Georgia boys down Now you can arrange for a loan up fo $ 25OO with up fo 36 months to repay HFC's new service will provide you with up to $2500. This new service is just another example of how HFC people understand the needs of modern families. You'll receive considerate, understanding service at HFC, both when you arrange your loan and whenever you need additional money or time to repay. No wonder more people borrow through HFC each year than from any other organization of its kind. It's America's oldest and largest service specializing in instalment cash loans. For fast, courteous service on a loan--large or small -phone or visit HFC today. You'll like the warm, friendly atmosphere . . . the speed and smoothness of HFC'a service .. . the wide choice of sensible repayment plans that fit your budget. How much do you need? Every dnyillFC arranges for thousands of loans to help people buy things they need, make home improvements, consolidate bills, cut monthly payments, etc. See sample payment table. You can choose from a wide variety of other loan amounts and repayment plans. Then, for prompt service, phone or visit HFC today. Life insiiTanceJx included on all loan* opener lo aid the Salad Bowl's 12-2 victory over the Exchange Club. In the game at Community Center Schmitt and Dunlap belted home runs nnd Delta Video defeated the Paxlon Gcneri.Is, 8-5. Over at Greenway Park Hiler's timely hit won for Grafton over Kossman, 9-8. TUESDAY RESULTS DIXIE LEAGUE (Mill Rd. Park) Salad Bowl 12, Exchange 2 1st National 15, Whilacre 13 SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Greenway Park) Coca Cola 15, Rhodes Wasson 4 Grafton 9, Kossman 8 NATIONAL LEAGUE (Community Center) Peter Pan 5, Orange Crush 1 Delta Video 8, Paxton 5 BABE RUTH LEAGUE (High School Field) McMillan 13,. Barq's 6 WEDNESDAY GAMES TEXAS LEAGUE (Grcenway Park) Standard Oil vs Greenley Greenville Mills vs Civitan AMERICAN LEAGUE (Community Center) Kiwanis vs Speed Cops Lions vs V.F.W. BABE RUTH LEAGUE (High School Field) U. S. Gypsum vs Moose Ixxlgs blow for the Chicks as they defeated Little Rock 5-4. The loss prevented the second- to size again tonight when they send left-hander Wyman Carey or Alan Kock against Atlanta's Gene place Travelers from moving up- Snyder, also a southpaw, on the front-running Atlantn| The Crackers were off and run- Crackers who stumbled into a Rir-!ning last night when Jim Koranda mingliam hn?.?. saw and dropped powered one out of the park with a 7-4 decision to the Barons. Looks Blast Bears Chattancoga lambasted Mobile 0-0 and Nashville whipped Shreveport 7-0 in the other games. The Memphis-Little Rock contest was a pitchers due! between Chuck Daniel and the new Cliick two men on. Atlanta scored anolh er run in the third. Ignites Barons This ignited the Birmingham Ed club. The Barons scored twice in the sixth on a homer by Jim Jim Harwell the sixh on Two'Cincinnati veterans had hand in Tuesday's upsets, bring ing defeat to Carol Mann, Flos moor, 111., tournament medalis nnd Curtis Cupper Judy Bell, Wi-' chila, Kans. Peter Pan Defeats GM 10-9, VFW, 3-2 Peter Pan continued to win in Negro Little League play to keep their lead. Going into the second half, it appears Peter Pan has a ead comfortable 'enough to win he pennant. In last weeks play Peter Pan Rosburg Becomes Almost Unknown On Pro Golf Tour DETROIT (AP) - Injuries, illness and inactivity have made udgy Bob Rosburg almost an un- nown, relatively speaking, on the SCO professional goll tour. The defending PGA champion as had a hand injury, a stomach isorder and a run of so-so golf- rid has made only $3,000 on tlie our this year. His best showing vas a tie for third place in the "Jew Orleans Open and a tie tor ourth in the Memphis event. Rosburg won the PGA tournament last year at Minneapolis and vill defend his crown next week t Akron, Ohio. His 1959 earning;, exceeded $30,000. Rosburg is in Detroit for the Vestern Open, and it might not « a bad bet to wager that he'll « a stronger contender. Rosburg did not have to quali- y for the Western, which begins Thursday and runs through Sunday with $5,000 top price money In the $25,000 kitty. But 125 others had to bnllle it out Tuesday for 60 places over Western's 6,800-yard course with its 35-36--72 par. Including ties. 72 qualified and the starting field will be 162. Lions Win 15-7 From The Bears The Lions defeated the Bears 15-7 in a minor circuit American Legion game at Maude Bryan Park Tuesday on 3-hit pitching by Don Alexander. The feature of the game ^ 'as the outstanding fielding by the Lions. Utah Golfer Leader In The French Open PARIS (AP) - Bill Johnston ofj Provo, Utah, surprise leader in the French Open golf championship, lives what he considers the ideal existence for a golf professional -- bound to neither the tour Junior Golfers From Greenville In Jackson Meei With two young Greenville golfers entered indications were that additional young players from this city will compete in the Junior Golf Tournament at Colonial Country Club in Jackson July 18 19. The two days tourrrament, Mon day and Tuesday, will lie for golf ers under 18 years of age on Aug. 6 and will lionor Dr. Henr Boswell. It is sponsored by Ih' Mississippi Golf Association There will be $300 prizes. No enlrj fee is required. · Dewllt Walcott III and Jack! [iurke of Greenville, have indical ed they will enter. "I wish all o our boys would enter." Tom J Lundy pro golfer at Greenvill Golf and Country Club, said lat Tuesday. For young golfers from out o town who do not have a place t stay, Norman Bryant, pro at Co onial CC., has advised Lnndy h has rooms for them in the ba racks at Millsaps College wher they may charge. live without room or a club. When I get restless around lh« ,ub, I go on the tour, with the ermission of my club members," te said today. "Then, when I get red of the lour I go back to the lub. You can't beat that." Johnston is pro at the Timpano 5ocs Golf Club in Provo, Utah. After playing in the centenary Dritish Open at St. Andrews, ·here he finished respectably at Ml, he came to Paris and preceded lo take over honors for he first two rounds. The final 36 holes are scheduled oday, and, despite the close pack- iging of the field, there is a strong eeling the 36-year-old American pro may go all the way. He shot rounds of. 66 and 70 Tuesday over the par !2 St. Cloud ourse fr a ttal 136, whihveatishr course for a total of 136, which nit him one shot ahead of long- lilting Leopoldo Ruiz of Argentina, who had 67-70. Southern Swim Tourney Opens HATTIESBURG (UPI) - Some 1,000 swimmers and divers began competition today in the second annual Magnolia State Championship meet at Mississippi Southern College. The two-day niect, sanctioned by the AAU. ss-ill determine the official swimming and diving championships in the stale this | year. There is team and individual competition. Starring Gregory Peck Susan Hay ward Also to the showers in homer by Jim FREE with (he purchase of one gallon I'ec Gee Paint any type! S A V I N G S . On Vou'll never have to buy another roll of film! O F F R O M A l l Y o u r P a i n t 5t« -- Don -- TK» foffir 2 5 T O N e e d s 3 0 % G O Y E R C O . - ( P a i n t Dept.) Phone ED 1-SK? CCA CrcdiU Free Parking right-hander. Charlie Harris. unliljHughes and doubles by Gail Hen- the ninth inning. Then, the Travel-jlcy and Stan Palys. Harold Breeders opened up wtih a three-run assault to pull into a -",-1 lead. iighlning Hits Twice For Canada In The Cup Series BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP) - Lightning lias struck twice foi thc Canadian pro-amateur golfers in the four-year-old International Cup se- en came in to try and stop the rally, but the Barons pounced on him for three more runs before the inning ended. The Mobile-Chattanooga affair was a hitters' picnic filled with thrills. The Bears, down 2-5, tied it lip in the eighth when Verr Grace smashed a three-run homer. But Chattanooga's Lookouts answered the challenge wth five runs in their half of th; eighth The best pitching performance of tl:e night was turned in by ries with the United States. i to TM s rookie Jim Maloney. The Tuesday for the second straight 13-year-o!d Nashv.lle hurler al ·ADIO PHONOGSAPK Fast Service year, a U. S. amateur holed out with a s'.ib-par performance in a sudden death playoff to nip the dominion delegation. Ward \Vclllaufer, host club champion, turned the trick on the 373-vard, par 4, first hole of the his Public Champ Qualifies But Goes 19 Holes HONOLULU (AP) - Lanky Bill I .^, |he in of vjc , ,,, Wnght of Seattle, the 1959 Public\' ^ apd Pemled Cln ^ a , s Links champ, qualified lo defend!, ,,,,.. u n u ,,., ,!,,, ,,,-;,.= lowed Shreveport only two wet' separated singles in hurling 13th victory. St. Louis Stars On U. S. Nei Squad playoff when he tapped a three-j SAN pRANCTSCO (AP) - Two foot putt for a one-under three. | S( Louis (cnnis p| avers were Last year much the same hap-j a m o r ] f , , he four mem bers named ncned when Ihe Canadian and U.S. |-[- ues day lo the U.S. squad that! teams finished play in a six-pointL.JJJ {ace Canada on July 15 in' [deadlock in Toronto. I Davis Cup play. Amateur Ed Meister's 15-foot Ihirdie putt on ihe first extra hole James B. Moffet, chairman, said the selection committee has ip, q' his title Tuesday -- but i him 19 holes. tock two-year hold on the series. Tuesday's event was sent into a playoff when Stan Leonard · s | named Earl Buchholz and Charles' JMcKinley of St. Louis, Bernard; 'Bartzen of Dallas, Tex., and Barry ; ay of Dayton. Ohio. Buch- 'llolz and MacKay were members match play today. \Vright, with \7 c n! a Vfer'and'tow'l^ins"tenvaid ° f lhe . leam lhat lost in the Davis Si.xty.four golfers qualified for'jk a r \. Cowan of ,, ie Canadian' 15fi for the 36 qualifying holes, , and , |n thc fMture1 match Ccih YouO* * (100 5 DO 1000 2000 2500 MOH1 36 fvnl, S81.80 100.69 HIY CA 30 pDmtt S48.33 92.91 114.58 r M E N T t 34 tn*ii S 5.91 29.58 50.66 109.58 135.41 tANS i " ! tnmll I S10.08 50.41 98.33 192.91 239.58| PojiKtrJi at/art intludt irjntit anl unit* tlmtti totr.pvlrj en tki calk }cx [tl al {j wMj ,t!t al l!l% elUrfrtt !!OO, JK"-. ei tkintsl S1000 ar.J J% oj any rtrr.ainln. k · · /^ wm · · .^ n n. was tied with 10 others for !he final eight match-play berths. The 23-year-old Wright and four others made it on [he extra hole with a par four. The l a s t j three berths were filled on the; next hole, as darkness settlcdi over Ihe Ala Wai course near V^BSt Poillt Jllij? 22 Leonard captured unofficial medal i'.orors with a 35-31--71 score over ti-.e tricky C,551-yard course.' 'ar is 30-36--72. Ctp finals to Australia Jastyear. TryouJ At Waikiki. Now that said, I fee! chance diffe: am in, have Wright go-:d V,'HST P O I N T -- A two-oay tryout school will be conducted in ice as anyone. Medal play isj Wcsl Poirlt . TM a ' antl Saturday, _.._jren! from match play. Don't J* " ar.d 23rd, under thc aus- forgct that I qualified last yeariP' c i e s of thc Baltimore Ori°' r with a 149. one stroke under'the: Bascha11 Organi?ation. Younj cutoff figure." Medal honors for the 3'i qualify- baseball players from Mississippi and Alabama are invited to be ing holes were divided among present for Ihe two day event, three H6 shooters: Harlan' Try-out sessions will be conduct. (Pinky) Stevenson, 21, a student !«1 a » y Friia y aild Saturday, from Long Beach, Calif.-. 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